Person:John Fitz Or Fitzpatrick (1)

John Alden or Aaron Fitz or Fitzpatrick
  1. Mary A. Fitzpatrick1839 -
  2. William H. Fitzpatrick1845 -
  3. John Alden or Aaron Fitz or Fitzpatrick1846 - 1903
  4. Stephen Fitzpatrick1848 -
  5. Frederick Fitzpatrick1855 - 1914
  6. Charles Fitzpatrick1857 -
  7. Alice Fitzpatrick1859 -
  • HJohn Alden or Aaron Fitz or Fitzpatrick1846 - 1903
  • WMadah _____
m. Bef 1880
m. 9 Feb 1887
  1. Genevive Fitz1888 - 1888
  2. Dorothy Carmelita Fitz1889 - Abt 1969
  3. Marjorie Juanita Fitz1890 - 1973
  4. Donald Edward Fitz1892 -
  5. Esther Fitz1895 - 1991
Facts and Events
Name John Alden or Aaron Fitz or Fitzpatrick
Gender Male
Birth? 8 Apr 1846 , Novia Scotia, Canada
Marriage Bef 1880 to Madah _____
Marriage 9 Feb 1887 Laramie, Albany, Wyomingto Johanne Maria Christine Lorensen
Death? 31 Oct 1903 Florence, Fremont, Colorado
Burial? 2 Nov 1903 Florence, Fremont, Colorado
Reference Number? 14

!UPDATE: 17 AUG 1994 !Civil War record in possession of Marjorie Mickelson (fought in Union army as a courier from Oct 1860- Oct 1862)

      company records
      marriage certificate
      widows pension application
      death certificate

!History: Owned the Laramie Steam Bakery and Oyster Bar in September 1884 which he bought from A. T. William's widow. There were no advertisements in the paper after 1885. Lived on Dale Creek in 1870 where he was married to Madah. Had a ranch on Dale Creek Southeast of Tie Siding, Albany Co., Wyoming until about 1896 when he lost his ranch and moved to Cyanide, Fremont Co., Colorado (three miles from Florence, Colorado) where he obtained work in the Dorcas Mill (the mill extracted gold from ore). He died of a pulmonary embolism (the obiturary said blood poisoning). The his wife told a grandson, Don Morgan that he hit his head on a nail and died from cyanide poisoning from the cyanide that got into the wound.

!CIVIL WAR RECORD MILITARY SERVICE: Co M, 3rd Mass Cav. (Otis Light Guards)

 INDUCTION DATE:      12 Oct 1861 AT: Boston, Massachusetts
 DISCHARGE DATE:             1864 AT: New Orleans, Louisiana
RESPONSIBILITIES: Courior, Orderly (Gen. N. P. Banks Headquarters)
PENSIONS: widow's pension; remarried widow's pension
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN SERVICE: 5 ft 8 1/2 in; blue eyes [blonde hair]