1904 Boston City directory MONEGLE Thomas J., teamster, 54 Vale S B. He disappears from the Boston directory after 1904. In 1909 a Mrs Ethel Monegle appears and in later directories called widow of Thomas, occupation cook.
Perhaps he was habitually locked up or he died in Somerville, Middlesex County, found the following.
Boston Journal January 2, 1905 CARRIED A HORSEWHIP AND IS NOW LOCKED UP. With his blood at the boiling point and a horsewhip up his sleeve Thomas J. Monegle, 51, a Scotchman, who claims a residence in Boston, Saturday partook of the flowing bowl until he could get up sufficient courage to go to Somerville and horsewhip the man who, he said, was alienating the affections of his wife. He got there about 11 o'clock and pro- ceeded to 48 Hanson street. He was hardly admitted when a hurry-up call was sent to the police station. The police arrived just in time to pre- vent a serious affray. Monegle was locked up for drunkenness.