Obituaries Of Waukesha County Residents
Deaths, Burials, Funerals, Interments


Source: Mukwonago Chief September 19, 1905
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James J. Quale died at his home in this village at 4 o'clock Saturday morning Sept. 18,of Bright's disease accompanied by complications.

Deceased was born May 10, 1860 and was the second son of a family of six sons and two daughters of the family of Mr. And Mrs. Patrick Quale, both deceased. The children were all born in the township of Mukwonago,and all with this one exception, survive.

Soon after leaving school he "went west" where he remained for several years. About the year 1890 he returned to Wisconsin.

April 15, 1891 he was married to Miss Margaret Gavagan at Franklin, Milwaukee County. The first seven years of his married life were spent in Milwaukee where his son, James Edward, was born. For seven years just preceding his death the family has resided in this town and has lately purchased a comfortable home on Main street in this village.

Mr. Quale had been in poor health for a number of years but had failed very rapidly the last few weeks.

He was a member of Mukwonago camp, M. W. of A. in which order he held an insurance policy for $2,000 with his wife as beneficiary.

The funeral was from the home to St. James church Monday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. J. J. Welshoff officiating.


Source: Waukesha County Democrat, on file with the State Historical Society, Madison 1 Apr 1882

Mr. Thomas Quirk, an early resident of the town of Lisbon, last Tuesday, of old age.
15 Apr 1882

Mr. Thomas Quirk, at his residence in the town of Lisbon, on 28 Mar 1882. Born Cashel, Tipperary Co., Ireland. Came to Wisconsin in 1844.