Person:Agnes Cronin (1)

Watchers
m. Oct 1858
  1. Michael J. Cronin1860 - 1932
  2. Mary Cronin1863 - 1948
  3. Johannah Cronin1866 - 1926
  4. Ellen Cronin1866 - 1925
  5. Timothy Cronin1867 - bef 1870
  6. Catherine Cronin1868 - 1949
  7. Agnes Cronin1871 - 1944
  8. Teresa Cronin1873 - 1941
  9. Anastasia Cronin1876 - 1949
  10. John L. Cronin1877 - 1931
  11. Frank Gregory Cronin1878 - 1958
  12. Adelaide V. Cronin1880 - 1948
m. 5 Feb 1894
  1. Dr. Frank Michael Gastineau1894 - 1957
  2. Frederick Emanuel Gastineau1896 - 1993
  3. Paul Louis Gastineau1898 - 1975
  4. Adelaide Claire Gastineau1903 - 1990
  5. Joseph Plummer Gastineau1905 - 1924
Facts and Events
Name Agnes Cronin
Gender Female
Alt Birth[2] 1868? Pulaski County, Indiana
Birth? 10 Jan 1871 Pulaski County, Indiana
Marriage 5 Feb 1894 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indianato Plummer Emanuel Gastineau
Census[3] 1930 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Residence[4] 1932 215 N. Tacoma Ave, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Census[7] 1940 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Death[1] 28 Jan 1944 215 N. Tacoma Ave, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Burial[1] 1 Feb 1944 St. Joseph's Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Probate[5] 1 Mar 1944 Marion County, Indiana
Taken c.1890 in Indianapolis, Indiana

Marion County, Indiana, 1930 census:[3]

(215 Tacoma Ave)
Gastineau, Agnes Head 55 yrs Widow b. Indiana (parents, b. Ireland) "None"
      Adelaide Dau 27 yrs Single b. Indiana (parents, b. Indiana) Teacher (State Deaf & Dumb School)

Marion County, Indiana, 1940 census:[7]

Gaastineau, Agnes Head 68 yrs (wid.) (Coll-1) b. Indiana 1935: Same house
      Adelia Dau 35 yrs (single) (Coll-5) b. Indiana 1935: Same house English Teacher (Public School)
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Calvary Cemetery (Indianapolis, Indiana); Indiana) Calvary Mausoleum (Indianapolis; Indiana) Holy Cross Cemetery (Indianapolis; and Indiana) St. Joseph Cemetery (Indianapolis. Interment records of Calvary, Holy Cross, St. Joseph, and Calvary Mausoleum, Catholic cemeteries, Indianapolis, Indiana. (Salt Lake City, Utah, United States: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987).

    Gastineau, Agnes. Age 73.
    Lot 158 N. 1/2, Sec. D.
    Address: 215 N. Tacoma Ave.
    Parish: St. Philip Neri.
    Died Jan 28, 1944, buried Feb 1, 1944 (#3 Wayne).
    Relative: Adelaide Gastineau (Daughter).
    Undertaker: Kirby.

    "Mother / Agnes Gastineau / 1871 - 1944"

  2. Pulaski, Indiana, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T9), ED 154, p. 31.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Marion, Indiana, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T626), ED 122, p. 21A, house/family 496/527.
  4. Polk's Indianapolis City Directory, p. 556, 1932.

    "wid Plummer E"

  5. Marion, Indiana, United States. Probates, Order Book 215, p. 591.

    Estate of Agnes Gastineau. Date of death: 28 January 1944.
    1 March 1944: "Petition to bar issuance of Letters and prevent sale of land Fi. Affwd. Apr. 10, 1944.
    Notice by Publication Ret. Apr. 8, 1944. Indiana Commercial [newspaper].

  6.   Indianapolis News, 30 Jan 1944.

    MRS. GASTINEAU RITES TUESDAY

    Native of City Had Been Democratic Precinct Official.

    Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes Cronin Gastineau, 73 ytears old, 215 North Tacoma avenue, will be held at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning in her home and at 9 o;clock in St. Philip Neri Church, of which she was a member. Burial will be in Std. Joseph Cemetery.

    Mrs. Gastineau, a native of Indianapolis [no, she wasn't], had served as Democratic precinct committeewoman the last 24 years, She was married 50 years ago to Plummer E. Gastineau, a Pennsylvania Railroad passenger conductor, who died in 1928.

    Survivors incude three sons, Dr. Frank M. Gastineau and Paul L. Gastineau, former 12th district American Legion commander, both of Indianapolis, and Fred E. Gastineau of Toledo, O.; a daughter, Miss Adelaide Gastineau, a teacher in school no. 72, with whom Mrs. Gastineau lived; three sisters, Miss Mary Cronin, Miss Catherine Cronin and Miss Adelaide Cronin, all of Indianpolis, a brother, Frank G. Cronin of Chicago, and eight grandchildren.

  7. 7.0 7.1 Marion, Indiana, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T627), ED 96-164, p. 13A, #359 (215 Tacoma Ave).