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From: Nan Brennan <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Hager's History of Early Chicago
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 11:25:12 -0500
It is online at Ancestry.com.
It is also available (I just look online at the Chgo Pub Lib) at
Harold Washington and Sulzer.
I didn't find anything on Cork Enrights, but I'll look again.
It's quite an amazing volume, published in 1884. I think Andreas was
the publisher but most of it was written by Hager.
On Apr 19, 2007, at 8:35 AM, wrote:
> Where did you locate the History of Early Chicago? Is it
> available at
> Newberry or Harold Washington Library? I don't suppose it is online.
> If you have a copy, could you check to see if there are any other
> in it? My husband's g-grandfather, Timothy ENRIGHT, and his brother,
> Jeremiah, from Limerick, were common teamsters and died in
> accidents -- I doubt that
> they made the biography book, but their possible brothers, Thomas,
> John, James may have. I don't expect you to type out their data,
> if it
> exists, but just let me know if they are in the book and where to
> locate the book.
> Thank you.
> Margaret McCarthy
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