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Also see [ Railway Officials in America 1906
PATRICK DONOGHUE, deceased, was a native of County Cork, Ireland; came to Chicago in 1851, and engaged in the
milk business. He married, in Chicago, Julia Driscoll, who died leaving four children. Mr. Donoghue left Chicago
in 1872 for his Hanover farm, which he had owned for several years. He married, in Elgin, Miss Mary Dewire, who
was born in Andersontown, Ohio. and at his death, February 18, 1875, he left her one daughter, Mary Ellen, born
on the Hanover farm, This farm comprises 134 acres with good buildngs, and was about all that the great fire of
1871 left Mr. Donoghue, who became discouraged over his losses to such a degree as to hasten his death. He was
a Roman Catholic and a Democrat.
History of Cook County, Illinois
From the earliest period to the present time.
BY: A. T. Andreas
A. T. Andreas, Publisher