News, August 12, 1915
DEATH OF MICH. M'ENROE
EDEN PIONEER PASSED AWAY AT
HIS HOME ON TUESDAY EVENING
Michael McEnroe, age 77
years, a pioneer of this county, died at his home in the village of Eden, Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock, after a lingering illness.
Mr. McEnroe was a well known and highly respected resident of this county,
having lived at Eden and its vicinity for the past seventy years. He was born in Ireland
in 1838 and came to this country with his parents at the age of six years. He came to
Wisconsin from New York and settled on a farm near Eden where he resided with his family
until a few years ago. He then retired from active life and took up his residence in the
village of Eden,.
Besides a widow he is survived by two daughters, Emma and Nettie; two
brothers, Edward of Eden, and John of this village; two sisters, Mrs. Freeman Johnson,
also of this village, and Mrs. Catherine Travers of Chicago.
The funeral will be held Friday morning from the residence in Eden at 9:45
o'clock and from St. Mary's church at 10 o'clock. Rev. Father McFarland will officiate and
interment will be at St. Mary's cemetery.
(Scan courtesy Alan Krueger)