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E. J. Allen seeks employmentFebruary 27, 1888 - St. Paul Globe:

E. J. Allen, Hamilton Station, places ad seeking employment.
Patrick and Mary Foley and family 1939An April 1939 Dakota County Tribune story tells some of the history of Patrick and Mary Foley and their family who settled in Burnsville around 1855 - 1856.
Marriage of Anna Foley and Joseph Sheridan 1900June 17, 1900 St. Paul Globe reports on the marriage of Anna Foley and Joseph Sheridan June 12, 1900 at St. John the Baptist, still in Burnsville.
Foley - the typical Irish family 1960Pete Foley Family, Savage (Burnsville). In honor of St. Patrick's Day, March 17, we print this picture of an Irish Family, which is our custom each year. The Foley's have lived their entire lives in Burnsville Township. Mr. Foley has lived on the same farm during his lifetime.

Mrs. Foley was the former Nellie McNearney, also born and reared in Burnsville. The parents of Mr. Foley were from County Clare, Ireland. Pete Foley's son Pat operates the farm. The Foley's answered our request in the Tribune first for an Irish family photo.

Pictured are: Seated - Mr. and Mrs. Pete Foley, Standing from left: Therese (Mrs. Dick Klatt) Rosemount, Mary (Mrs. Ray Murphy) Shakopee, Pat of Savage (Burnsville), Margaret (Mrs. George McDonough) Rosemount, Virginia (Mrs. Kenny Strese) Rosemount. The Foley's have 7 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
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