Facts and Events
"Jack" was born in Manderson, Nebraska. The exact location is unknown. It is believed that his birth place was taken from the family's postal address at that time. Manderson, Shannon Co., South Dakota is located very close to the border with Nebraska. It is likely that he was born over the border in Nebraska, but that the family's postal address was Manderson. And thus, this became his birth place.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Marriages 1911, in King, Washington, United States. King County, WA Marriage Records, Secondary quality.
J. J. Feeney
Father: M. R. Feeney, b. in Ontario
Mother: Adelia Brady, b. in Wisconsin
Father: Lee Moore, b. Unknown
Mother: Mary Caldwell, b. in Missouri
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 John Joseph Feeney, in United States. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1509), Secondary quality.
John Joseph Feeney, b. 19 Sep 1887 in Manderson, Nebraska. Machinist in Vancouver, British Columbia, address in both Seattle and Vancouver. Wife and four children. 30 years old.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Joseph J. Feeney, in 1930 US Federal Census: King Co., WA, Secondary quality.
Joseph J. Feeney, 42, b. in Nebraska, f. b. in Canada, m. b. in Wisconsin, machinist.
Ethel J. Feeney, 39, b. in Colorado, f. b. in Kentucky, m. b. in Missouri.
Ranis E. Feeney, 17, b. in Washington, f. b. in Nebraska, m. b. in Colorado.
John J. Feeney, 15, b. in Washington, f. b. in Nebraska, m. b. in Colorado.
Dorothy F. Feeney, 13, b. in Washington, f. b. in Nebraska, m. b. in Colorado.
Help fund new features!