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From: Beth Walsh <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Daniel V. Gallery Mayor Dever Legal Staffobit 1938
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 06:05:43 -0800 (PST)
In-Reply-To: <4767C804.5090909@joltmail.com>


Yes, it is. My dad was good friends with Rev. John Ireland Gallery, Daniel's brother.

Beth

Fred Boland <> wrote:
Isn't son Lt.Commander Daniel Gallery the one whose ship captured the
German submarine U-505 now on display at the Chicago Museum of Science
and Industry?

Nan Brennan wrote:

>This was the son-in-law of Chicago civic and Catholic leader William
>J Onahan.
>
>
>Chicago Tribune, May 31, 1938.
>
>DANIEL GALLERY
>ON DEVER LEGAL STAFF
>DIES AT 72
>
>DANIEL V GALLERY, well known Chicago attorney,
>who was an assistant corporation counsel under former
>Mayor Dever, died yesterday in his home at 1612 Chase avenue.
>Mr Gallery was preparing to attend an anniversary mass for his
>mother, who died fifty years ago. It was to have been celebrated
>in Holy Name Cathredral by his son, REV JOHN IRELAND GALLERY.
>
>Born in Chicago 72 years ago, Mr Gallery was graduated from
>St Ignatius College and the Chicago College of Law. He was
>admitted to the bar in 1893 and later became a mmeber of
>the firm of Dever and Dever. From 1921 to 1927 he was in the
>corporation counsel's office.
>
>Surviving are his widow, the former Mary Onahan, and five
>children, Margaret, the Rev John I; and Lieutenant Commander
>Daniel V. Jr; Lieut. William O; and Lieut. Philip D.; all with
>the United States Navy Awronautical Department.
>The funeral will be tomorrow at 930am from the home to
>St Jerome church for services with burial in Calvary Cemetery.
>
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