Person:William Drummey (13)

Watchers
William F. DRUMMEY
m. 1852
  1. William F. DRUMMEY1853 - 1929
  2. Simon G. DRUMMEYAbt 1855 - 1888
  3. Mary DRUMMEYAbt 1856 - 1882
  4. Catherine "Kate" DRUMMEYAbt 1858 - 1884
  5. Patrick AHERNAbt 1864 -
m. ABT 1877
  1. Josephine DRUMMEY1879 - 1927
  2. John E. Drummey1880 - 1959
  3. Elisabeth E. DRUMMEY1883 - 1907
  4. Mary Anna DRUMMEY1884 - 1909
  5. William P. DRUMMEY1886 - 1951
  6. Simon J. DRUMMEY1887 - 1914
  7. Katherine DRUMMEY1889 - Aft 1929
  8. Harriet Mildred Drummey1892 - 1986
  9. Edward H. Drummey1893 - 1954
  10. Sherman J. DRUMMEYAbt 1895 - 1895
  11. Thomas Harold Drummey1896 - 1969
  12. Drummey, femaleAbt 1898 -
  13. Emmett A. Drummey1898 - 1983
  14. Louis A. DRUMMEY1904 - Abt 1904
Facts and Events
Name[1] William F. DRUMMEY
Gender Male
Birth[2][3] 3 NOV 1853 Auburn, Cayuga Co., New York
Marriage ABT 1877 Dubuque, IAto Harriet Elizabeth Sherman
Census? 1880 Whitewater Township, Dubuque Co, Iowa
Census[5] 1900 Prairie Creek Twp., Dubuque, IA
Census[9] 1910 Bishop Twp., Beaverhead Co., Montana
Census[10] 1920 Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana
Occupation? Rancher
Death[4] 19 JUL 1929 Dillon, Beaverhead, MT
Burial[4] 22 JUL 1929 Mountain View Cemetery, Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana


2. In 1900 US Census for Prairie Creek Twp., Dubuque Co., IA, informant says couple was married for 22 years, or about 1878. 3. The Butte City Directory for 1902 shows a William F. Drummey residing at 1041 S. Wyoming St.; this is the address of Charles and Mayme Shewe. Most likely this is Mayme's brother , not the son of John and Johanna. 4. William and Harriett ranched north of Dillon on Anderson Lane. They moved into town about 1918. Harriett maintained a maternity home in Dillon for many years. 5. Drummy School District #29 was created in September 1904. It operated from 1905 to 1938. The first term of about 3 months in 1905 was taught by Elizabeth Drummy, salary $50 a month.

References
  1. Source (404). (SIN 5. Bushes and Branches for Family Trees: Mangold/Keenan - McEnany/Drummy, Mary Duggan Mangold, November, 1979, FHL Salt Lake City, Film #1321268, Item #1, Self-published. A 492-page collection of Family Group Sheets, letters, photos and clippings of the Mangold and Drummy families. Based on papers collected by Blanche McEnerny Mangold. Pages are not numbered in original; for convenience, the pages have been hand-numbered so that the dedication page, "To My Dear Peachy", is page 2.).

    p. 406

  2. Source (404). (SIN 5. Bushes and Branches for Family Trees: Mangold/Keenan - McEnany/Drummy, Mary Duggan Mangold, November, 1979, FHL Salt Lake City, Film #1321268, Item #1, Self-published. A 492-page collection of Family Group Sheets, letters, photos and clippings of the Mangold and Drummy families. Based on papers collected by Blanche McEnerny Mangold. Pages are not numbered in original; for convenience, the pages have been hand-numbered so that the dedication page, "To My Dear Peachy", is page 2.).

    p.406

  3. Source (242).
  4. 4.0 4.1 Source (459).
  5. Source (177).
  6.   Source (255).
  7.   Source (458).
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    p. 26

  9. T624_829, p 52
  10. T625_967, p 40