Person:Anna Burke (12)

Watchers
  1. Eleanor BurkeEst 1855 -
  2. Anne BurkeEst 1856 - 1873
  3. Mary BurkeEst 1857 -
  4. Catherine BourkeEst 1858 -
  5. John H BurkeEst 1860 - 1916
  6. Elizabeth BurkeEst 1861 -
  7. Bridget BourkeEst 1862 -
  8. Jessie Burke1864 - 1920
  9. William Burke1865 - 1917
  10. Emma Jane Burke1867 - 1955
  11. Rebecca H BurkeEst 1869 & 1873 - 1940
  12. Sarah Bourke1869 - 1869
  13. Honora Burke1871 - 1937
  14. Patrick Burke1872 - 1873
  15. Ellen Burke1875 -
  16. Anna Burke1877 - 1944
  17. Johanna Burke1879 -
  18. Patrick Joseph Burke1881 - 1970
m. 17 May 1903
  1. Nora Noonan1904 - 1927
  2. James P Noonan1906 - 1933
m. 15 Apr 1908
  1. Robert Emmett Cordial1909 - 1963
Facts and Events
Name Anna Burke
Alt Name[1] Anne Burke
Alt Name Annie Burke
Gender Female
Birth[1] 29 May 1877 Clonbeg, County Tipperary, Ireland
Census[2] 1901 Clonbeg, County Tipperary, Ireland
Marriage 17 May 1903 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United Statesto James Noonan
Marriage 15 Apr 1908 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United Statesto Timothy T Cordial
Census[4] 1910 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Census[7] 1920 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Census[8] 1930 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Census[9] 1940 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Death[10][11] 20 Jul 1944 Warm Springs, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Burial[11][12] Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States
Other[3]
Other[5]
Other[6]
Other[11]
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 General Register Office of Ireland. Civil Registration.
  2. Census Office. Ireland Census 1901. (National Archives of Ireland)
    31 Mar 1901.

    Residents of a house 12 in Stonepark (Clonbeg, Tipperary)
    Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion

    Burke Patrick 73 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic
    Burke Patt 20 Male Son Roman Catholic
    Burke Annie 23 Female Daughter Roman Catholic
    Burke Johanna 21 Female Daughter Roman Catholic

  3. JAS. NOONAN FATALLY SHOT BY NEIGHBOR, in Butte Miner (Butte, Montana)
    Pages 1 & 8, 03 Oct 1906.

    BITTER FEELING EXISTING BETWEEN TWO FAMILIES RESULTS IN TRAGEDY. CHARLES 0'GARA MUST FACE SERIOUS CHARGE Fires Load of Shot Into Noonan's Shoulder, Inflicting Wound That Will Prove Fatal Stories of Wounded Man and Prisoner Differ -- Bitter feeling that has existed for some time between the families of James Noonan and Charles O'Gara, who reside at 704 East Mercury, resulted in a probably fatal shooting a few minutes before seven o'clock last evening. Noonan now lies at the St. James hospital in a dying condition, while O'Gara occupies a cell at the county jail, with a probable charge of murder hanging over him. Noonan's left arm was blown away by a charge of lead from a shotgun, and it was the consensus of opinion among the attendants last night that he would not live more than twelve hours. Child Causes Trouble. According to the story related by O'Gara at police headquarters last night, a child was the origin of the trouble that sprung up between the two families, and which ended in the fatal shooting last evening. O'Gara stated that Mrs. Noonan had, upon several occasions, slapped his young son without just provocation. This caused hard feelings between the two families, and there have been frequent clashes since. Last evening while Noonan was at tending a political convention the smouldering spark of hatred was fanned into flame again because of some clothes that had been hung out by Mrs. Noonan in a place that did not suit her neighbors. The two families occupy a double house, and the back yard is not large enough to meet the needs of both parties. Struck Her With Broom. Some words ensued between Mrs. Noonan and O'Gara, and the latter is alleged to have called the woman a vile name, and to have struck her with a broom. When Noonan returned from the convention his wife apprised him of what had transpired, and he went out upon the rear porch in search of O'Gara. Finding the latter in his kitchen, Noonan is said to have asked him what he meant by striking Mrs. Noonan with a broom, and he is said to have called O'Gara a vile name. At this juncture the stories of the two men are decidedly contradictory. Stories Are Conflicting. O'Gara declares that Noonan walked into his kitchen, and calling him a vile name, struck him, knocking O'Gara upon a stove. O'Gara says there was a razor lying close by, and he avers that Noonan made an effort to reach it. At this stage O'Gara seized a shotgun that stood in a corner of the room and fired twice, one of the charges taking effect in Noonan's left arm near the shoulder. The latter staggered out upon the porch and fell to the ground below, a distance of nearly eight feet, O'Gara then hastened to police headquarters and gave himself up. Dying Man Talks. To Assistant County Attorney Tom Walker Noonan made a dying statement at one o'clock this morning in which he declared that O'Gara struck, him without provocation, and that after striking him in the face with his fist, picked up the shotgun and fired twice. Noonan denies that he made any attempt to secure a razor, or any other weapon, and declared that he went to O'Gara's house because the latter had insulted his wife and struck her with a broom. Mrs. Noonan and Mrs. O'Gara were standing on the porch when the shooting took place. Several persons in the neighborhood heard the shots and hastened to the scene. Within thirty minutes a crowd of 500 persons had gathered about the backyard, where Noonan lay groaning with pain. Noonan Is Game. "I've got one good arm, anyway, and I'll get even with him yet," murmured the dying man to the group gathered about him. "I'm not a coward and this isn't ended yet." Noonan had fallen between the rear of the porch and an outhouse and he was wedged in a narrow space that made extrication extremely difficult. It was very dark, but by the flickering light of matches the persons bending over the prostrate form could see that the man had been dangerously wounded. Police headquarters was notified within a few minutes of the time of the shooting and detectivea Frank White and James Brynes hurried t the scene. About the time they reached the house, O'Gara walked into the police station and gave himself up to Jailer McNally and Patrol Driver Dan Harrington. Walks to Carriage. With his shattered arm dangling loosely at his side, Noonan gamely walked into his house after he had been lifted to his feet and afterwards walked to the carriage with assistance. "Tell my wife I'm all right" said the mortally wounded man as he walked to the cab. "Don't try to carry me; this is pretty sore, but I can make it." He was driven to the St. James hospital, where his wounds were dressed by Drs. Turner and Alexander. Women in Hysterics. Both Mrs. Noonan and Mrs. O'Gara were frantic when they realized what had happened. While gazing at the bleeding body of her husband Mrs. Noonan succumbed to hysterics and had to be carried into her house. She recovered in a few minutes and accompanied her husband to the hospital. Both men are married and have children. Noonan is employed at the Moonlight and O'Gara is also a miner. The former is about forty-two years of age, while O'Gara is about thirty- five. At the hospital it was found necessary to amputate the injured member near the shoulder. The physicians realized that Noonan was in a serious condition and the county attorney's office was notified so that a dying statement might be taken. At a late hour this morning Noonan was alive, but very low.

  4. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 9A, 21 Apr 1910.

    Name: Annie Cordial Age in 1910: 29 Birth Year: abt 1881 Birthplace: Ireland Home in 1910: Anaconda Ward 6, Deer Lodge, Montana Street: E Park Street Race: White Gender: Female Immigration Year: 1897 Relation to Head of House: Wife Marital status: Married Spouse's name: Thomas Cordial Father's Birthplace: Ireland Mother's Birthplace: Ireland Native Tongue: English Home Owned or Rented: Rent Farm or House: House Naturalization Status: Naturalized Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Years Married: 4 Number of Children Born: 3 Number of Children Living: 3 Household Members: Name Age Thomas Cordial 29 Annie Cordial 29 Elisabeth Cordial 6 James P Cordial 4 Patrick E Cordial 1

  5. VICTIM OF ACCIDENT SEEMS TO BE RECOVERING, in Butte Miner (Butte, Montana)
    Page 8 , 14 Aug 1919.

    Anaconda Bureau Mrs. Tim Cordial, who suffered a fractured skull in an automobile collision Sunday night four miles west of Anaconda, is reported out of danger, following an operation to which she submitted Monday. There are chances now for her recovery, according to attending physicians.

  6. Butte Miner (Butte, Montana)
    Page 8 , 18 Aug 1919.

    RECOVERS FROM INJURY CAUSED BY AUTO WRECK Anaconda Bureau. Mrs. J. E. Furr [see note] of Rocker spent Saturday in the city visiting with her sister, Mrs. Tim Cordial, who was badly injured in an auto accident west of the city a week ago. Mrs. Cordial's condition is such at present that hopes are entertained for her recovery, although for a time her life was despaired of.

    • Mrs. J. E. Furr (nee Kathleen Costello), a cousin to Anne, is the granddaughter of Catherine Holway Reardon, who is the sister of Anne's grandmother, Elizabeth Holway Burke.
  7. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 2A, 06 Jan 1920.

    Name: Annie Cordial Age: 37 Birth Year: abt 1883 Birthplace: Ireland Home in 1920: Anaconda Ward 6, Deer Lodge, Montana Street: Alder St Race: White Gender: Female Immigration Year: 1902 Relation to Head of House: Wife Marital status: Married Spouse's name: Timothy Cordial Father's Birthplace: Ireland Mother's Birthplace: Ireland Native Tongue: English Able to Speak English: Yes Naturalization Status: Naturalized Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Household Members: Name Age Timothy Cordial 43 Annie Cordial 37 Nora Cordial 15 James Cordial 13 Emmett Cordial 11

  8. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 14A, 10 Apr 1930.

    Name: Anna Cordial Birth Year: abt 1881 Gender: Female Race: White Birthplace: Ireland Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Wife Homemaker?: Yes Home in 1930: Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana Street address: East Park Avenue Ward of City: 6 House Number: 700 Age at first Marriage: 25 Attended School: No Able to Read and Write: Yes Father's Birthplace: Ireland Mother's Birthplace: Ireland Language Spoken: English Immigration Year: 1902 Naturalization: Naturalized Able to Speak English: Yes Household Members: Name Age Timothy Cordial 52 Anna Cordial 49 Emmett Cordial 21 Emmett J Rose 2

  9. Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 4B, 08 Apr 1940.

    Name: Annie Cordial Respondent: Yes Age: 61 Estimated birth year: abt 1879 Gender: Female Race: White Birthplace: Irish Free State Marital status: Widowed Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1940: Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana Street: East Park Avenue House Number: 123 Farm: No Residence in 1935: Same Place Resident on farm in 1935: No Citizenship: Naturalized House Owned or Rented: Owned Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 400 Attended School or College: No Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 6th grade Weeks Worked in 1939: 0 Income: 0 Income Other Sources: Yes Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 6th grade Household Members: Name Age Annie Cordial 61 Patrick Burke 58 James Rose 12

  10. Montana, State Deaths, 1907-2016.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 2, 22 Jul 1944.

    ANACONDA, July 21. Mrs. Anna Cordial, 67, widow of the late Timothy Cordial and a resident of Anaconda for 43 years, died late Thursday night at a local hospital following an illness of three mnoths. The family home is at 700 East Park. The body is at the Finnegan chapel. Funeral services will be conducted with a requiem high mass at St. Peter church Monday morning. Interment will be in Mount Olivet cemetery.

  12. Anna Burke Cordial, in Find A Grave.