Indiana McCaslins

Alexander Healy1881

Name
Alexander Healy
Name suffix
Sr.
Birth January 13, 1881 31 24
MarriageEdith Sampson HoldenView this family
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Census 1900 (Age 18 years)
Census 1910 (Age 28 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Alexander Healy
April 5, 1912 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Daniel S Healy
May 20, 1915 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Helen Healy
August 20, 1916 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a daughter
#4
Eileen Healy
January 26, 1917 (Age 36 years)
Census 1920 (Age 38 years)
Immigration August 17, 1929 (Age 48 years)
Note: City of Honolulu
Census 1930 (Age 48 years)
Death of a wifeEdith Sampson Holden
June 18, 1950 (Age 69 years)
Occupation
1910 Stockgrower; 1920 Partner "woolgrower"; 1930 President, Livestock Loan Company
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Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
elder brother
21 months
elder sister
2 years
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Family with Edith Sampson Holden - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage:
son
3 years
son
15 months
daughter
5 months
daughter

Birth1900 Federal Census
Census1900 Federal Census
Census1910 US Federal Census
Census1920 US Federal Census
Census1930 US Federal Census
Occupation1910 US Federal Census
Occupation1920 US Federal Census
Occupation1930 US Federal Census
Immigration
City of Honolulu
Shared note
Comment on Ancestry.com by thorvath173 on 22 Dec 2008: "She [Edith S Holden] married my great-grandfather, Alexander Healy, a sheep-rancher of Wyoming. She died in 1950, I believe." In the 1900 US Federal Census for Ogden City, Weber, Utah, 51-year-old Ireland-born Patrick and is 43-year-old Utah-born Mary [maiden name unknown] Healy have in their household their Utah-born children, 23-year-old Patrick, 21-year-old Nellie, and 19-year-old Alexander. Mary is recorded as having borne eight children but only three are living.The family lives at 2529 Jefferson Avenue in a home that Patrick owns, free of mortgage. Patrick Sr is a sheep raiser and Patrick Jr a sheep drover. Everyone can read, write and speak English. Patrick Sr's parents were born in Ireland. Mary's parents were born in Scotland. Patrick Sr's date of immigration is not recorded. In the 1910 US Federal Census for Lower Crazy Woman, Johnson, Wyoming, 29-year-old single Utah-born Alexandria Healey [sic Alexander Healy] is a sheep stockman who owns his farm free of mortgage. Living next door to him is his older brother, 33-year-old Utah-born sheep stockman Patrick Healey [sic], Patrick's wife 29-year-old Iowa- born Mary [Sedwick] Healey [sic] and their 5-year-old Wyoming-born daughter Patricia. Patrick and Mary have been married seven years and have had one child. Patrick and his family are living in a rented house. All the adults can read, write and speak English. Alexander and Patrick's father was born in Ireland and their mother in Utah. Mary's parents were born in Pennsylvania. On 12 Sep 1918, when 27-year-old Alexander Healy registers for the WWI draft, he states that he is living in Buffalo, Johnson, Wyoming, that he was born 13 Jan 1881 in the United States. He is self-employed in the sheep business in Johnson County, Wyoming and his nearest relative is his wife, Mrs. Edith S Healy of Buffalo, Johnson, Wyoming. His description is tall and slender with blue eyes and brown hair. He has no disabilities which would exclude him from the military. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Buffalo, Johnson, Wyoming, 38-year-old Utah-born "wool grower" Alex [sic] and his 40-year-old Massachusetts-born wife Edith S [Holden] Healy have in their household their Massachusetts-born children, 7-year-old Alex Jr and 4-year-old Daniel S. Alexander owns the house they live in, free of mortgage. Alexander's father was born in Ireland and his mother in Utah. Edith's parents were born in Maine. The birthplace of their sons is recorded as Massachusetts which indicates that Alexander and Edith were living there from about 1913 to 1916. On 17 Aug 1929, 48-year-old Alexander Healy and his family, 50-year-old Edith, 17-year-old Alexander Jr, 14-year-old Daniel, 13-year-old Eileen, and 11-year-old Helen [sic] arrive in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California from Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii on the City of Honolulu on route to Worland, Johnson, Wyoming. In the 1930 US Federal Census for Worland, Johnson, Wyoming, 49-year-old Utah-born Alexander and his 51-year-old Massachusetts-born wife Edith [Holden] Healy were married when he was 30-years old and she was 32-years old [abt 1911]. They have in their household their Massachusetts-born sons, 17-year-old Alexander Jr, 14-year-old Daniel S and their adopted Wyoming-born daughters, 14-year-old Eileen and 12-year-old Helen and a 22-year-old Kentucky-born servant, Ellen B Early. The family is living in a house, worth $8,000, on Culbertson Avenue that Alexander Sr owns. The family owns a radio. Alexander Sr is the president of a livestock loan [?] company and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He has not served in the military. Alexander Jr, Daniel S, Eileen and Helen have attended school in the past year. Everyone reads, writes and speaks English. Alexander Sr's father was born in the Irish Free State, and his mother in Utah. Edith's parents were born in Maine. Alexander and Daniel's father was born in Utah and their mother in Massachusetts. Eileen and Helen's father was born in the United States and their mother in Wyoming.