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History of Randolph County, Missouri

History of Randolph County, Missouri

Source : Internet Archive

History of Randolph County, Missouri

History of Randolph County, Missouri

Source : Internet Archive

Results : KEHOE


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Kehoe, Martin J. 457


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Kehoe, James L. 460


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and is a son of Daniel and Mary (Murphy) Kehoe.


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Martin J. Kehoe, assistant postmaster of Moberly, Mo., has been, for more than a quarter


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in 1874. In later life, Mr. Kehoe entered the service of the Wabash railroad in the water department and was


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Daniel Kehoe was a native of Ireland and came to America when only 15 years


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a child of two years. Mrs. Kehoe is now deceased.


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Martin J. Kehoe was reared in Moberly, attended the public schools, and was graduated from


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the children were also reared. Mr. Kehoe was a member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen.


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been born to Mr. and Mrs. Kehoe: Maurine, deceased, Irene, Helen, Loraine and Martin, Jr.


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6, 1884, the son of Daniel and Mary (Murphy) Kehoe, both natives of Ireland. The father was a boilermaker and


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James L. Kehoe, one of the leading business men of Moberly, was born in Moberly,


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a master plumber and steamfitter, Mr. Kehoe opened a shop in May. 1913, and in 1918 formed a partnership with


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been born to Mr. and Mrs. Kehoe: Daniel T., Hattie E., James L., Mary J.. Richard D., deceased, William J.,


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Mr. Kehoe is a member of the Catholic church. He holds membership in the Knights


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is unknown, Anna B., married James Kehoe, Moberly, Mo. , Mae, married Arthur Copley, Butte, Mont. , Martin J., who


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, Anna, the wife of James L. Kehoe,