Ellen Marie Feeney

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     Ellen Marie Feeney is the daughter of Timothy Feeney and Mary Ann Fitzgerald.

Karen Suzanne Feeney

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     Karen Suzanne Feeney married Greg Parker. Karen Suzanne Feeney is the daughter of Timothy Feeney and Mary Ann Fitzgerald.

Tara Lynn Feeney

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     Tara Lynn Feeney is the daughter of Timothy Feeney and Mary Ann Fitzgerald.

Shane Matthew Feeney

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     Shane Matthew Feeney is the son of Timothy Feeney and Mary Ann Fitzgerald.

Maureen Francis Feeney

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     Maureen Francis Feeney is the daughter of Timothy Feeney and Mary Ann Fitzgerald.

Erin Colleen Feeney

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     Erin Colleen Feeney is the daughter of Timothy Feeney and Mary Ann Fitzgerald.

John Algot Lindgren III1

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     John Algot Lindgren III married Patricia Feeney, daughter of Francis Martin Feeney and Helen R. Curran.

Citations

  1. [S1367] Email from Nicole Hill dated July 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Decendants of Francis Martin Feeney and Helen Curren.

John Algot (Jack) Lindgren IV

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     John Algot (Jack) Lindgren IV married Jackie Hoster. John Algot (Jack) Lindgren IV is the son of John Algot Lindgren III and Patricia Feeney.

Children of John Algot (Jack) Lindgren IV and Jackie Hoster

Meghan Lindgren

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     Meghan Lindgren is the daughter of John Algot (Jack) Lindgren IV and Jackie Hoster.

Mitch Lindgren

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     Mitch Lindgren is the son of John Algot (Jack) Lindgren IV and Jackie Hoster.

Eleanor Ann (Elly) Lindgren

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     Eleanor Ann (Elly) Lindgren is the daughter of John Algot Lindgren III and Patricia Feeney.

Susan Michele Lindgren

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     Susan Michele Lindgren is the child of John Algot Lindgren III and Patricia Feeney.

Daniel Lee Hill1

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Left to Right: Francis Martin Feeney, Helen (Curran) Feeney, Kathleen (Feeney) Hill and Daniel Hill
1969 - Indianapolis, Indiana
Photo Courtesy of Nicole Lee Hill
     Daniel Lee Hill married Kathleen Feeney, daughter of Francis Martin Feeney and Helen R. Curran, on 19 July 1969.1

Children of Daniel Lee Hill and Kathleen Feeney

Citations

  1. [S1367] Email from Nicole Hill dated July 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Decendants of Francis Martin Feeney and Helen Curren.

Nicole Lee Hill1

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     Nicole Lee Hill is the daughter of Daniel Lee Hill and Kathleen Feeney.1

Citations

  1. [S1367] Email from Nicole Hill dated July 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Decendants of Francis Martin Feeney and Helen Curren.

Andrea Ann Hill1

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     Andrea Ann Hill is the daughter of Daniel Lee Hill and Kathleen Feeney.1

Citations

  1. [S1367] Email from Nicole Hill dated July 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Decendants of Francis Martin Feeney and Helen Curren.

(Unknown) Goslin

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     (Unknown) Goslin is the child of David Goslin and Sheri Baileau.

Julia B. Feeney1,2,3

F, b. 16 January 1885, d. 7 April 1973
Julie B. Feeney's Tombstone
     Julia B. Feeney was born on 16 January 1885 in Indiana.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Feeney and Margaret O'Dea Hughes.2,3 Julia B. Feeney died on 7 April 1973 at age 88. She was buried at Calvary Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Citations

  1. [S269] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana, Emuneration District: 40, Supervisor District: 5, Sheet: 5A, Dwelling: 88, Family Number: 90, Date: 1900.
  2. [S432] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Brownsburg, Hendricks, Indiana, Emuneration District: 16, Supervisor District: 7, Sheet: 1B, Dwelling: 17, Family Number: 17, Date: 1930.
  3. [S433] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Lincoln, Hendricks, Indiana, Emuneration District: 41, Supervisor District: 5, Sheet: 1B, Dwelling: 25, Family Number: 25, Date: 1920.

Thomas J. Feeney1

M, b. 3 April 1887, d. 20 April 1925
Thomas J. Feeney's Tombstone
Holy Cross and Saint Joseph Cemetery Memorials
Taken 04/09/2020
     Thomas J. Feeney was born on 3 April 1887 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Thomas Feeney and Margaret O'Dea Hughes. Thomas J. Feeney married Anna Mae Hickey on 15 June 1921 at Marion County, Indiana. Thomas J. Feeney died on 20 April 1925 at age 38. He was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Children of Thomas J. Feeney and Anna Mae Hickey

Citations

  1. [S269] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana, Emuneration District: 40, Supervisor District: 5, Sheet: 5A, Dwelling: 88, Family Number: 90, Date: 1900.

Nora Feeney

F, b. 2 September 1888, d. 1891
     Nora Feeney was born on 2 September 1888 in Hendricks County, Indiana. She was the daughter of Thomas Feeney and Margaret O'Dea Hughes. Nora Feeney died in 1891.

Timothy (Little) K. Feeney1

M, b. April 1891, d. 1933
Timothy (Little) K. Feeney's Tombstone
     Timothy (Little) K. Feeney was born in April 1891 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Thomas Feeney and Margaret O'Dea Hughes. Timothy (Little) K. Feeney married Margaret Helen Walsh after 1910. Timothy (Little) K. Feeney was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. He died in 1933.

Citations

  1. [S269] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana, Emuneration District: 40, Supervisor District: 5, Sheet: 5A, Dwelling: 88, Family Number: 90, Date: 1900.

Bethany Snyder

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     Bethany Snyder is the daughter of John Alan Snyder and Terri Wilbanks Henry.

William Gregory Bradley

M, b. 23 July 1950, d. 19 April 2020
William Gregory Bradley (Age 16)
Scecina Memorial High School
1968
     William Gregory Bradley was born on 23 July 1950. He was the son of William Earl Bradley and Dorothy Connese Hunter. He was a Corporal in the US Marine during the Vietnam War serving in an artillery unit in Battery E, 2nd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division. He went to boot camp at Camp Pendleton (San Diego County, California). Then he was deployed to Red Beach (Da Nang) for 2 weeks and then Hill 65 and Anwall (Da Nang), Vietnam. He was honorably discharged February 01, 1970 and received Combat Action Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with one Star, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm, Vietnam Campaign Medal with Device, Good Conduct Medal, and the Rifle Marksman Badge for his service. William Gregory Bradley married Elizabeth Lee Engle, daughter of Leonard Howard Engle and Norma Isabelle Hullinger, on 6 May 1977 at Saint Andrew's Catholic Church, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. William Gregory Bradley and Elizabeth Lee Engle were divorced on 18 July 1990 at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. William Gregory Bradley died on 19 April 2020 in Community East Hospital, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, at age 69

William G. Bradley, 69, Indianapolis, IN, passed away peacefully Sunday, April 19, 2020 after a short, unexpected illness, unrelated to CoViD19.
Born July 23, 1950, he was the youngest son born to William Earl and Dorothy Connese (Hunter) Bradley, both of whom predecease him. Also preceding him in death were his brothers, Michael Earl Bradley and Edward Anthony Bradley. He is survived by one nephew, several nieces, and many great-nieces and nephews.
Affectionately known by the initials UB (for Uncle Bill), he lived his entire life in Indianapolis, most of them in his current Irvington home. UB was born at Methodist Hospital, baptized at St. Francis de Sales, attended St. Lawrence elementary school and graduated from Scecina Memorial High School in 1968.
After graduating from high school, UB voluntarily enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. A proud Marine, he served his country in Vietnam in the 1st Marine Division and later the 3rd Marine Division. During his enlistment, he achieved the ranks of Lance Corporal and Corporal. He was presented the Navy Commendation Medal “for meritorious service while serving with Battery M, Fourth Battalion, Eleventh Marines, First Marine Division in connection with combat operations against the enemy in the Republic of Vietnam from 19 July 1969 to 1 April 1970.”
Following his service in the Marines, he held long term positions with Indianapolis area companies including Davis Wholesale, Lowe’s, Woodfinco, and Westfield Door & Frame, from which he retired in 2008, and was well known for his quality work.
An avid sports fan, he enjoyed watching Chicago Bears football and Nascar racing. In February 2007, he groused mercilessly over the Colts defeating his beloved Bears in Super Bowl XLI. He also enjoyed playing poker, watching old TV westerns, and reading mysteries. He loved dogs, especially his beloved Boxers, Sadie and Alexis. He enjoyed homecooked meals and Jockamo’s Pizza. He was an avid collector of stamps, coins, model cars, trains and antiques.
UB was a hardworking, humble, generous man who donated routinely to a host of worthy organizations such as the Salvation Army, the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans, Wheeler Mission, Red Cross, March of Dimes, and many others. He was a man of few words who had a big heart.
UB never cared for school and claimed he was not a very good student, preferring instead to work with his hands, creating beautiful works from wood. He spent his life pursuing positions where he could work with and create items from wood, which he loved doing, and his dream was to purchase a piece of property in Brown County where he could build himself a little cabin and workshop, and spend his later years tinkering away at his hobby of woodworking.
While he had no children, he will remain in the hearts of his nieces and nephew and their families. We will miss his grin, his hearty laugh, and his kind heart - but we truly rejoice at his release from pain and suffering.
A private burial, complete with Military Honors, will be held at a later date.
“Mouse Trap….”.

Chester Wayne Dyer

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     Chester Wayne Dyer married Elizabeth Lee Engle, daughter of Leonard Howard Engle and Norma Isabelle Hullinger, on 22 July 1990 at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Child of Chester Wayne Dyer and Elizabeth Lee Engle

Rachel Lorraine Marie Dyer

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     Rachel Lorraine Marie Dyer is the daughter of Chester Wayne Dyer and Elizabeth Lee Engle.

Daniel Francis Casey

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     Daniel Francis Casey married Jane Ellen Hutchcraft on 12 November 1966 at Knox, Starke County, Indiana.

Jane Ellen Hutchcraft

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     Jane Ellen Hutchcraft married Daniel Francis Casey on 12 November 1966 at Knox, Starke County, Indiana.

John (Jack) Bagwell

M, b. 1776, d. 22 July 1839
     John (Jack) Bagwell was born in 1776 in North Carolina. He was the son of William Bagwell and Elizabeth Sara Stone.1 John and Frances settled adjacent to her family who had been in Laurens County on Line Creek since 1787. They lived in Greenville and Laurens Co., SC. They may be buried near Pendleton, SC.
Source: Patricia Bagwell.
John (Jack) Bagwell married Frances Hulsey on 15 September 1795 at Anderson County, South Carolina. John (Jack) served in the War of 1812, U.S. Army 6 under Captain John Nabors, 3rd Regiment SC Militia (Alstons) South Carolina.

He served from 6 Nov 1814 to 8 Mar 1815. He was a private in Capt. John Nabor's Company of Infantry, Regiment South Carolina Militia commanded by Lt. Col. John A. Alston. Apparently, John Bagwell was too old to be drafted, but he substituted to in the place of Thomas Kinman who was drafted in Laurens District. He was discharged in Georgetown. He died on 22 July 1839 in Princeton, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Children of John (Jack) Bagwell and Frances Hulsey

Citations

  1. [S1369] Email from Amy Trader dated August 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: James Harley Bagwell Family History.

Frances Hulsey1

F, b. 1781, d. 1866
     Frances Hulsey was also known as Hurley. She was born in 1781 in Anderson County, South Carolina.2 John and Frances settled adjacent to her family who had been in Laurens County on Line Creek since 1787. They lived in Greenville and Laurens Co., SC. They may be buried near Pendleton, SC.
Source: Patricia Bagwell.
As of 15 September 1795,her married name was Bagwell. She married John (Jack) Bagwell, son of William Bagwell and Elizabeth Sara Stone, on 15 September 1795 at Anderson County, South Carolina. Frances Hulsey lived in 1850 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.1 She lived in 1850 in Greenville County, South Carolina.2 She died in 1866 in Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina.

Children of Frances Hulsey and John (Jack) Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S419] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule:Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 414, Dwelling: 1409, Family Number: 1409, Date: 1850.
  2. [S2171] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 191 / 414A, Dwelling: 1409, Family Number: 1409, Date: 1850.

William Hitch Bagwell

M, b. 1796, d. 23 March 1841
     William Hitch Bagwell was born in 1796 in Laurens County, South Carolina. He was the son of John (Jack) Bagwell and Frances Hulsey. William Hitch Bagwell married Elizabeth Wallace Rowe in 1817. William Hitch Bagwell died on 23 March 1841 in Floyd County, Georgia.

Children of William Hitch Bagwell and Elizabeth Wallace Rowe

Citations

  1. [S1371] John W. Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Fredrick Bagwell1

M, b. 1 January 1800, d. 2 October 1864
     Fredrick Bagwell was born on 1 January 1800 in Greenville District, South Carolina.2,1 He was the son of John (Jack) Bagwell and Frances Hulsey. Fredrick Bagwell married Margaret Ann (Peggy) Crawford, daughter of James Peter Crawford, in 1818 at South Carolina.3,1 Fredrick Bagwell lived circa 1819 in Shelby County, Alabama.2 He lived circa 1835 in Choctaw County, Mississippi.2

Side Note:
Roadside Historical Marker: Shiloh Methodist Church and Cemetery was established ca. 1836, Shiloh Methodist Church was disbanded by 1875. Remaining members joined other churches in area, including Mt. Airy, Chestnut Grove, and Bethel. Frederick and Margaret Crawford Bagwell, early settlers of Choctaw County, are buried in the Shiloh Church Cemetery.

Mississippi Department of Archives and History.4

He died on 2 October 1864 in Choctaw County, Mississippi, at age 64. He was buried at Old Shiloh Methodist Cemetery, Choctaw County, Mississippi, The inscription on the head stone reads: "Frederick Bagwell was born in Greenville District South Carolina. Married at 19 years of age and moved to Shelby County, Alabama and then moved to Choctaw County, Mississippi about 1835. Died October 2, 1864. Aged 64 years 9 months, 1 day.2"

Children of Fredrick Bagwell and Margaret Ann (Peggy) Crawford

Citations

  1. [S357] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Subdivision 23, Choctaw, Mississippi, Page: 58 or 140 (both entries on page), Dwelling: 409, Family Number: 409, Date: 1850.
  2. [S234] Frederick Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  3. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.
  4. [S243] Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Historic Roadside Marker: Shiloh Methodist Church and Cemetery, 1998.