Michael McCABE + Jane MULDOON

9 children
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18431897
Birth: December 2, 1843 34 22 Lindsay, Ops Twp, Ontario, Canada
Death: November 15, 1897Hegton Township, Grand Forks County, North Dakota
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18471895
Birth: February 1847 38 26 OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
Death: September 21, 1895Mimico Hospital, Toronto, Ontario
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18491926
Birth: March 28, 1849 40 28 Lindsay, Ontario
Death: December 13, 1926Lindsay, Ontario, Canada
Arthur McCabe and Wife? of Hallock MN
18511922
Birth: about 1851 42 30 Lindsay Ont
Death: August 22, 1922Hallock MN
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18531930
Birth: July 13, 1853 44 32 OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
Death: February 21, 1930Graceville MN
18551913
Birth: July 28, 1855 46 34 OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
Death: June 14, 1913OPs Township, Victoria County, Ontario
PatFromHallock.jpg
18571930
Birth: April 20, 1857 48 36 OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
Death: March 17, 1930OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
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18591934
Birth: August 18, 1859 50 38 OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
Death: October 4, 1934OPS Township, Victoria County, Ontario
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18631919
Birth: February 2, 1863 54 42 Lindsay, Ontario
Death: 1919Grand Forks Co, North Dakota
MarysFatherMichael.jpg
18091888
Birth: about 1809 Ireland
Death: December 30, 1888Ops Township, Victoria County, Ontario
Various pictures of Jane's children
18211875
Birth: about 1821 Ireland
Death: October 13, 1875Lindsay, Ops Twp, Ontario, Canada

Facts and events

Marriage
Note

From "The Canadian Post", Lindsay, 16 Nov 1888

"Two prosperous farmers of Dakota in the person of Messrs. JAMES and MICHAEL McCABE arrived in Lindsay last week after an absence of 12 years on a visit for a couple of weeks to their father Mr. Michael McCabe of South Ops [Township]. Their reception at the homestead and from many oldtime friends may naturally be inferred to be a warm one."

Note: Article may have been incorrect. Michael, the son, was held in the Queens Street asylum in Toronto at that time. The second visitor could have been Michael McCabe, son-in-law of old Michael, or it could have been one of James' other brothers in the Dakotas, Pat or Art.

Last change
February 21, 201711:32:28
Author of last change: tfmccabe