Bio: Doughtery, Daniel H. (1914)


Surnames: Doughtery, Belle, Gorman

----Source: History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin (1914) page 698

Daniel H. Dougherty is a native of St. Malico, Canada, where he was born July 20, 1856. He attended the common schools and was variously employed until he reached the age of twenty-three. He came to Eau Claire October 18, 1878, and for the next five years, he was engaged in lumbering, after which he embarked in the liquor business.

On November 23, 1885, he was married to Miss Bridget Gorman, and they had six children, all of whom died in infancy. Mrs. Dougherty died October 11, 1901, at Denver, Colo., her remains being interred at Eau Claire. Mr. Dougherty married for the second time, taking for his wife Minnie Belle, daughter of James Belle, a veteran of the civil war, and a member of Eagle Post No. 52, Grand Army of the Republic, of Eau Claire, who died in 1909. His widow now makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Dougherty, Mr. Dougherty is a member of St. Patrick's church and has one brother, who has been in the Eau Claire Fire Department for twenty-four years.



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