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The wedding of James Egan and Theresa Kiesel - undated.
They farmed on Co.Rd. 42 near Judicial Road.
ALICE & MATTHEW EGAN 1921Burnsville pioneers ALICE (1862 - 1922) and MATTHEW EGAN (1845- 1928) their children were:

Michael Egan (1890 - 1934)*
James Joseph Egan (1892 - 1954)*
Mathias Egan (1894 - 1961)*
John P Egan (1903 - 1954)*
Matthew Egan and grandchild Alice Egan Kearney 1923Alice was the daughter of James Egan, the son of Matthew and Alice Egan, Burnsville pioneers.
Ralph, Wally and Alice Egan (Kearney)The three children of James and Theresa Egan, who farmed near 3501 County Rd 42 West, the site of Abdallah Candy.
The James and Theresa Egan Farm, on what is now Co. Rd. 42 and Judicial Road. Circa 1932.
Another view of the James and Theresa Egan farm on what is now Co.Rd. 42 and Judicial Road.
Alice Egan (Kearney) First CommunionMember of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, then in Savage. First Communion 1932.
Alice Egan next to their car 1937Alice Egan (1922 - 2010), daughter of James and Theresa Egan, lived on a farm on County Road 42. She would marry Joe Kearney also of Burnsville.
James and Teresa Egan family 1953THERESA EGAN, grandson JIM KEARNEY, JIM EGAN, ALICE
EGAN KEARNEY and her brothers RALPH & WALLY EGAN, lived on County Road 42 in Burnsville.
Theresa Egan (1896 - 1984) with grandson Jim Kearney, son of Joseph and Alice (Egan) Kearney. Circa - 1955
James Egan (1892 - 1954) husband of Theresa and father of Ralph, Helen, Alice Kearney and Matthew (Wally). Farmed on what is now Co. Rd 42 near Judicial Road.
Theresa Egan (1896-1984) wife of James Egan (1892- 1954) mother of Ralph, Helen, Alice Kearney and Matthew (Wallace) farmed on what is now Co. Rd. 42 near Judicial Road.
George and Bill Egan 1910Early Hamilton/Savage settlers included George and Bill Egan.
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