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Patrick Gallagher and Ann McCann wedding1874 - Marriage record St. John the Baptist Church for Patrick Gallagher and Ann McCann.
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Patrick Gallagher dies 1907St. John the Baptist records the death and burial of Patrick Gallagher, 1907.
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Enos GallagherLife long resident Enos Gallagher in the farm where he lived his entire life 1976. It was located on Travelers Trail.
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Capital ConstructionOne of the businesses located on the Patrick and Ann Gallagher farm, last owned by Enos Gallagher. Address - 416 Gateway Blvd.
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Enos Gallagher home 1976The first Gallagher home burnt, replaced with this and remained the life long residents of both Enos and Martin Gallagher.
Located off today's Travelers Trail near AAA.
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Rose Gallagher StantonThe portrait of Rose Gallagher Stanton hung on the Gallagher family wall. She was the grandmother of Enos Gallagher.
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Julia and Bea GallagherDaughters of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher, sisters of Enos Gallagher. Julia married Thomas Fahey and Bea - Walter Dunn.
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Martin GallagherThe son of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallather, Marty (Martin) was born January 27, 1893 and died May 9, 1975 living his entire life on the same farm in Burnsville.
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Enous Gallagher reflects on 84 years as Burnsville resident 1980February 6, 1980 life long Burnsville resident Enous Galalgher is interviewed by the Burnsville Current. In 1854 his father Patrick settled in Burnsville. Enous, also known as Ennie, lived his entire life on the same farm off what is now Travelers Trail, near AAA.
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Enos Gallagher 1976Son of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher - born 1894 died 1989 lived on the same property his entire life. Best known as Ennie, he was a walking history book for anyone he spoke with. The portrait of his father Patrick is hangs above the chair.
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Enos Gallagher 1976Son of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher - born 1894 died 1989 lived on the same property his entire life. Best known as Ennie, he was a walking history book for anyone he spoke with. The portrait of his father Patrick is hangs above the chair.
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Anna Gallagher Conroy dies 1977The daughter of Patrick and Ann (McCann) Gallagher, Anna Conroy was born in 1880, married Coleman Conroy in 1903 and spent most of her life in Burnsville, Savage and the Prior Lake area prior to her death April 6, 1977.
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Ann McCann GallagherWife of Patrick, mother of 15 children including Enos Gallagher, Ann (1856-1945) lived on a farm off Burnsville Parkway where AAA now stands.
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Bea Gallagher DunnBea Gallagher 1888 -1980 was the daughter of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher, one of 15 children.
They farmed the land on what is now Travelers Trail.
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Black Dog Lake used to offer good fishing - Enous Gallagher interviewThe Dakota County Tribune reporter Connie Morrison interviews Enous Gallagher, then age 80 as he remembers when a visit to Black Dog Lake usually resulted in a fine catch of sunfish....
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Capital ConstructionOne of the businesses located on the Patrick and Ann Gallagher farm, last owned by Enos Gallagher. Address - 416 Gateway Blvd.
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Frank GallagherSon of Patrick and Ann (McCann) Gallagher. Born 1898 died 1984. He managed the Savage Liquor Store.
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Eileen Gallagher dies 1914Obituary published March 5, 1914: Eileen Gallagher age 17, daughter of Anna Gallagher (father Patrick dead) dies at age of 17.
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The second Patrick Gallagher homeAfter the fire, the Gallaghers built another home, which would remain the home of Ennie Gallagher his entire life. The home and barn stood near today's AAA location.
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Enous GallagherSon of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher - born 1894 died 1989 lived on the same property his entire life.
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Enos GallagherEnous Gallagher, who lived to be 93, is shown at the age of 90 in this copy of a newspaper clipping photo. He lived his entire life on farm land which would later have the address of 600 West Travelers Trail.
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Enos Gallagher dies 1989A life long resident of Burnsville died January 13, 1989 at the age of 93. He was the son of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher. He was the last surviving child of 15 in the family.
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Burnsville native Enous Gallagher dies at 93 - 1989He lived his entire life at what would be given the address 600 West Travelers Trail. He was the last of Patrick and Anne McCann Gallagher's 16 children.
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Enos GallagherA life long resident of Burnsville and described a walking historian. 600 W. Travelers Trail was Enous Gallagher's address when he died. Not so when he was born. He was the last living child of Patrick and Ann McCann Gallagher and lived in the same home his entire life.
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Fate of the Enos Gallagher homeFollowing his death, the house that Enos Gallagher lived in for his entire life was burnt as part of a fire practice. This is now a commercial area of Travelers Trail, near AAA Minnesota.
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Francis X Gallagher for State RepresentativeElection year 1958. Born and raised in Burnsville, residing in Lakeville at time of election.

59th Legislative Session (1955-1956)
Session Details
Body: House
District: 20
Elected: 11/2/1954
Residence: Savage/Bursville
Term of Office: 1/4/1955 to 1/7/1957
Counties Represented: Dakota
Occupation: Farmer
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:

Dairy Products and Livestock
Drainage and Soil Conservation (Chair)
Elections
General Legislation
Municipal Affairs
Reapportionment


58th Legislative Session (1953-1954) Session Details
Body: House
District: 20
Elected: 11/5/1952
Residence: Savage
Term of Office: 1/6/1953 to 1/3/1955
Counties Represented: Dakota
Occupation: Farmer
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:

Communications
Dairy Products and Livestock
Municipal Affairs
Reapportionment
Veterans and Military Affairs


57th Legislative Session (1951-1952) Session Details
Body: House
District: 20
Elected: 11/7/1950
Residence: Savage
Term of Office: 1/2/1951 to 1/5/1953
Counties Represented: Dakota
Occupation: Farmer
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:

Crime Prevention
Dairy Products and Livestock
Insurance
Reapportionment
Veterans and Military Affairs
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Francis X Gallagher photo proofs 1950sFrom 1950 - 1957 Frank Gallagher served in the Minnesota Legislature representing Dakota County. He was the son of Patrick and Anne Gallagher, brother of life long resident Enos Gallagher.
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Frank Gallagher retiresAfter 2- years of service to the village of Savage, liquor store manager Frank Gallagher retired. He was the son of Patrick
and Ann (McCann) Gallagher, born on their farm in Burnsville.
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Francis X Gallagher for State RepresentativeElection year 1958. Born and raised in Burnsville, residing in Lakeville at time of election.

59th Legislative Session (1955-1956)
Session Details
Body: House
District: 20
Elected: 11/2/1954
Residence: Savage/Bursville
Term of Office: 1/4/1955 to 1/7/1957
Counties Represented: Dakota
Occupation: Farmer
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:

Dairy Products and Livestock
Drainage and Soil Conservation (Chair)
Elections
General Legislation
Municipal Affairs
Reapportionment


58th Legislative Session (1953-1954) Session Details
Body: House
District: 20
Elected: 11/5/1952
Residence: Savage
Term of Office: 1/6/1953 to 1/3/1955
Counties Represented: Dakota
Occupation: Farmer
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:

Communications
Dairy Products and Livestock
Municipal Affairs
Reapportionment
Veterans and Military Affairs


57th Legislative Session (1951-1952) Session Details
Body: House
District: 20
Elected: 11/7/1950
Residence: Savage
Term of Office: 1/2/1951 to 1/5/1953
Counties Represented: Dakota
Occupation: Farmer
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:

Crime Prevention
Dairy Products and Livestock
Insurance
Reapportionment
Veterans and Military Affairs
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Patrick and Ann Gallagher home now - 2017Vehicles drive on 35W past the property where the Patrick and Ann Gallagher (and later sons Marty and Ennie) lived off what is now Travelers Trail.
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