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Genealogy Index to Lannon Residents - Past & Present

John J. Flanagan Family

Compiled and Edited by Michael R. Reilly

Last Revised 03/03/2005

When John J. Flanagan Sr. was postmaster (and during his son's reign beginning in 1912) in Lannon there was a John F. Flanagan in the Town of Summit who was postmaster there from 1901-1922 ( also a John Flanagan, of Mapleton, obit June 16, 1862 from the Oconomowoc Free Press.). Were these individuals related to the Lannon Flanagans?

Federal Census of 1850 Menomonee Township

William Flanagan, 44, farmer, approx annual income $1,200, born in Ireland, died 1881.

Mary Flanagan, 39, born in Ireland.

                    Catherine, 5, born in Wisconsin, died 1892 ?

                    Mary A. Flanagan, 3, born in Wisconsin.

                    John J. Flanagan Sr., 1, born in Wisconsin, died 1930.

                    Jas. Flanangan, 13, born in Massachusetts. (son or other relative ?) 

Buried at St. James Cemetery:

Flanagan, Catherine - 1892

Flanagan, Catherine - 1915

Flanangan, Crescentai - 1881

Flanagan, Edward - 1938

Flanagan, Genevieve - 1892

Flanagan, John - 1930

Flanagan, Margaret - 1892

Flanagan, Mary - 1945

Flanagan, William - 1881

 

 

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