Person:William Egan (1)

  1. Bridget Egan1848 - Aft 1935
  2. Letitia EganAbt 1849 - 1938
  3. Edward Egan1850 - 1867
  4. William J. Egan1852 - 1935
  5. Elizabeth Egan1853 - 1900
  6. Clara EganAbt 1855 -
  7. Michael EganAbt 1857 -
m. 12 Nov 1890
  1. Michael J. Egan1896 - 1921
Facts and Events
Name William J. Egan
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 2 Jul 1852 Pickering (township), Ontario, Canada West, Canada
Marriage 12 Nov 1890 Vroomanton, Ontario, Ontario, CanadaSt. Malachy's Roman Catholic Mission
to Bridget Coyle
Death[4][5] 16 Jan 1935 Brechin, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Burial? 18 Jan 1935 St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church Cemetery, Brechin, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Reference Number? 6179
  1. Church baptism record
    Record at St. Gregory the Great Ch., Oshawa, Ont.; LDS reel 1305881, item # 3, p. 56.

    QUAY 3 "The 18th of July 1852 was baptized William, born the second of Michael Higan and of Mary Narray; sponsors: Henry Moor and Joanna Herrington: by me, J. B. Proulx, ptre"

  2. Census Records
    1861 Census of Mara Twp., Ontario Co., C. W.; p. 30 # 47.

    QUAY 3 Stated age was 7 at census.

  3. tombstone.
  4. obituary
    The Orillia Packet and Times; 31 January, 1935.

    QUAY 3 "There passed away at Brechin on Wednesday, January 16, another of the pioneers of the Township of Mara in the person of William Egan. The late Mr. Egan had been in rather poor health for the last few years, suffering from rheumatism and about eight months ago serious complications set in which proved fatal...One son, the Rev. Michael Egan, predeceased him 14 years ago. Mr. Egan leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, formerly Bridget Coyle, a sister of the Rev. P. Coyle, of Holy Family parish, Toronto, and two sisters, mrs. James Bradley and Mrs Hiram Lee, of Toronto and a number of neices and nephews...internment was in St. Andrew's cemetery..."

  5. tombstone
    LDS Fiche #6051090; Transcription of Tombstones in St. Andrew's R. C. Cem., Brechin, Mara twp., Simcoe Co., Ont.; Row 15, stone 1.

    QUAY 3 EGAN stone: "...William J. Egan, 1854 - 1935"