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Foley fr 1940 census
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Mike and May Foley farmThe Foley farm was in sections 26 & 27, Burnsville Township. Part of the Foley farm is now part of the Kelleher Park. Photo compliments of Terry Garvey.
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Foley family on family farmFoley family on family farm
Patrick Foley was my Grand Uncle Picture was taken before 1900. (signed) J Kelleher 12-20-02

Patrick and Mary Foley settled on the farm of about 400 acres. It ran from County Road 42 and Burnsville Parkway to Orchard Garden. Sons Mike, Peter and Paddy farmed the property. Daughters Margaret (?) Anne Shenohan and Marry Hannahan married and lived nearby. John went to St Paul became a mial carrier. Tom also to saint Paul
Z ella Foley on fa right young lady taught school in Dist 196 one term in Burnsville about 1914 . They belonged to St. John's catholic in Burnsville and later in Savage.
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Foley family on family farm (sepia)Foley family on family farm
Patrick Foley was my Grand Uncle Picture was taken before 1900. (signed) J Kelleher 12-20-02

Patrick and Mary Foley settled on the farm of about 400 acres. It ran from County Road 42 and Burnsville Parkway to Orchard Garden. Sons Mike, Peter and Paddy farmed the property. Daughters Margaret (?) Anne Shenohan and Marry Hannahan married and lived nearby. John went to St Paul became a mial carrier. Tom also to saint Paul
Z ella Foley on fa right young lady taught school in Dist 196 one term in Burnsville about 1914 . They belonged to St. John's catholic in Burnsville and later in Savage.
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Close up photo of Patrick and Mary Cleary FoleyThis photo provides a close up of Mike and May Foley who lived in section 27 in Burnsville. The photo was taken before 1900.
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Foley family ids handwrittenFoley family on family farm
Patrick Foley was my Grand Uncle Picture was taken before 1900. (signed) J Kelleher 12-20-02

Patrick and Mary Foley settled on the farm of about 400 acres. It ran from County Road 42 and Burnsville Parkway to Orchard Garden. Sons Mike, Peter and Paddy farmed the property. Daughters Margaret (?) Anne Shenohan and Marry Hannahan married and lived nearby. John went to St Paul became a mial carrier. Tom also to saint Paul
Z ella Foley on fa right young lady taught school in Dist 196 one term in Burnsville about 1914 . They belonged to St. John's catholic in Burnsville and later in Savage.
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The Foley FamilyThe Foley family playing cards, circa 1950s. Photo compliments of Terry Garvey.
John_Foley_1938.pdf
John H. Foley 1938Dakota County Tribune March 4, 1938 reports: John H. Foley 72, an oldtime resident of Burnsville died at his home in St. Paul....He was born in Burnsville and lived there most of his life...
mary_foley_1891.pdf
Mary Foley 1891The death of one of Burnsville's oldest citizens, Mrs. Foley (MARY), mother of Patrick and Michael. She departed this life February 21, 1891 at about 87 years. Her husband died 9 years ago, age 88. In 1834, with her husband, she came to America, settling in Canada. The following year they settled in Vermont, then New York and in 1843 they moved to Illinois and 1856 Minnesota.
May_Foley_intervew.pdf
May FoleyBorn 1890, Mary "May" O'Neill celebrates her 90th birthday, She lived in Burnsville until 1948. In 1921 she married Mike Foley who died in 1948. The O'Neill and Foley farms were on land now occupied by Rambush Estates and Camelot Acres.
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Mike and May O'Neil FoleyPhoto compliments of Terry Garvey.
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Patrick Foley dies 1912He died August 26, 1912, born in Ireland in 1937. In 1855 he settled in Burnsville, where he resided the remainder of his life.
He was survived by a wife and eight children,
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Foley Farm today 2017Rambush trailer park is located on part of the Foley farm and is on the east side of Burnsville Parkway.
       
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