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James Tague Descendants of Eastern Iowa & Providence, RI

Updated December 17, 2006

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Family Trees of Eastern Iowa and Providence Rhode Island which are the descendants of the Tague families.
Tague & McLoughlin of Leitrim Co. Ireland.
Tague & O'Connell of Scott Co., Iowa and Clinton Co. Iowa; Flynn & Feeney of Scott, Co., Iowa; Gilheeney of Scott Co. Iowa; Reynolds of Providence and Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Pierce of Swansea & Rehoboth, Mass., McGuire, Cote, Kenyon, Hill & Jordan of N. Providence & Johnston, Rhode Island

Also includes McDonnell of Perry Co. Ohio & Clinton Co. Iowa; Gribbon of Clinton Co. Iowa, Boston, Mass., Alabama. Biggs of Meigs Co., Ohio. Redmond of Minnesota & Oregon.
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  • Tague Families of Rhode Island & Eastern Iowa (1 KB)
    My earliest record of my family is in Cloone Parish of Leitrim County Ireland. MARRIAGE: Mahanagh Townland, Cloone Parish, Leitrim County, Ireland July 12, 1823. Joined in Matrimony, James Tague and Mary McGloughlan. Sponsors: William McGloughlan & Bridget Koyne. BAPTISMS: James Tague and Mary McLoughlin had 2 children, Elizabeth, baptized April 13,1824 and Ann, baptized April 13,1826. This family lived in Mahanagh townland. Mahanagh townland is now a part of Lissagarvan townland in northern Cloone and Augavas Parishes. Patrick Tague and Mary Tague. Patrick was born about 1830 and Mary was born about 1833. CENSUS: 1850 Rhode Island Federal Census (August 22, 1850) Providence County, 2nd W Providence, page 166. Ann Tyghe 22, born in Ireland. MARRIAGE-St. Peter & Paul Cathedral, Providence, Rhode Island-December 13, 1851 Joined in Matrimony Patrick Flynn, son of Thomas Flynn and Margaret Kady, married Elizabeth Tague, daughter of James Tague and Mary McLoughlin. Sponsors: Patrick Smith and Margaret Cramer MARRIAGE-April 25, 1852-St. Mary's Church. Pawtucket, RI McReynolds/Anne Teague April 25th Married Michael Reynolds to Anne Teague in presence of Peter Monohan and Mary O'Brien. I. MacManus PATRICK TEAGUE CAME TO AMERICA Patrick Teague, age 21, emigrated to New York, bound for Rhode Island, on the Ship Conqueror, arriving May 8, 1855. The Conqueror was captained by John Curtis. The ship left from Liverpool. Margaret Mc Hugh, age 19, emigrated to New York, bound for Rhode Island, on the Ship Conqueror, arriving May 8, 1855. The Conqueror was captained by John Curtis. The ship left from Liverpool. MARRIAGE-November 14, 1857 St. Peter & Paul Church Providence, Providence,Rhode Island. November 14, 1857. (Latin) Joined in matrimony Patrick Teigue, son of James Teigue and Mary McLaughlin, and Margaret McHugh, daughter of Charles McHugh and Margaret Moran. Sponsors: Bernard Guckion and Mary Brennan. Priest: Patrick A. Gaynor. MARRIAGE: Providence, Rhode Island. Abt. 1862 Mary Tague and Patrick Gilheeny were married. In June of 1860, a tragic accident befell Patrick Flynn. While hauling hay in Pawtucket, RI, he fell from his wagon and was killed instantly. In 1861, Elizabeth Flynn youngest child, James Francis died. She then set out for Davenport,Iowa with the Reynolds and Gilheeneys. After moving to Davenport, on 2/26/1863, Michael and Ann Tague Reynolds lost James Reynolds their oldest son, at the age of 9. In August 1865, another tragedy befell Michael Reynolds (Ann's husband). He was shot by an returning Civil War army officer. Ann, widowed, returned to Providence, RI about 1867 and in 1870, remarried RICHARD PIERCE in North Providence, RI. With her new husband, they raised her children in and around Providence, Rhode Island. Back in Davenport, Elizabeth Tague Flynn's children, Thomas Flynn married Mary Ann Gorman and Mary Ann Flynn married Michael Feeney. Both families had children and their descendants still live in Davenport. Patrick Tague and Mary Tague Gilheeney lived in Davenport, Iowa but had no children. Patrick Tague and Margaret McHugh Tague had several children. Mary Tague(b. 1861) was a school teacher. James Tague(b. 1862) was a carpenter.John Tague (b. 1865) died after 6 months. Thomas Francis Tague (b.1865) married Josephine O’Connell in 1893. They had several children: 3 born in Davenport, John Lawrence Tague (1893), James Francis Tague (1895), Clyde Thomas Tague (1898). Thomas and Josephine moved to Chicago, Illinois in 1900-1. Thomas took employment as a general machinist. In Chicago, George Alfred Tague (1899) and Joseph Vincent Tague (1901) were born. Thomas Tague (my great granfather)died in 1903. Widowed, Josephine Tague moved to DeWitt, Iowa with her 5 boys. John Lawrence Tague married Hilda VonderGeest. James Francis Tague married Flora Mae Biggs. Clyde Thomas Tague married Gertrude O’Boyle. George Alfred Tague married Mary Murphy. Joseph Vincent Tague married Leona Mousel. I am David Tague,the granson of James Francis Tague
 
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