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  • ID: I3320
  • Name: Patrick STEWART
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1820 in County Mayo, Ireland; 1816? (per 1850c)
  • Death: 12 AUG 1892 in Lexington? Missouri; wag as Bridget's brother (cousin?)
  • _FA1: DEC 1996 Comment in CW record: Buried in Catholic Cemetery Lexington MO
  • _FA2: DEC 1996 Co "E"; 1st Regiment Kansas Volunteers; 1-31-1862 to 2-10-1863
  • _FA3: injured in Corinth Miss., Oct 1st 1862
  • _FA4: 7 NOV 1999 County Mayo, Ireland per Civil War pension papers, Co E 1st Kansas Mounted Infantry
  • Note:
    Looked for the Stewarts and Cranes in the VanBuren online State Census for 1847 and 1849 without success (Dec '04)
    1849 State Census, Van Buren Co, Van Buren Township http://www.rootsweb.com/~iavanbur/:
    Patrick Alton, 4 in household (not enumerated in 1847)
    _________________________________________________________
    1850 census (21 Sept.), Van Buren Co., Iowa, Farmington?
    Patrick Stewart, 34, m, laborer, bp: Ireland
    listed among a large contingent of Laborers that were unrelated

    believe I found his two sons in Harrisburg twp, p 290:
    fam #247
    Michael King, 52?, m, farmer, Ireland
    Mary, 40 f, Ireland
    Martin, 15, m, "
    Margaret, 8, f, "
    Michael, 5, m, "
    James, 2, m, "

    fam #248 (9 Sept. 1850)
    Henry Clati?, 35, m, "(farmer), $700, Prussia
    Sophia, 26, f, Prussia
    Meary, 3, f, Iowa
    Sophia, 1, f, "
    Charles Stewart, 10, m, " (enumerature assumption of Iowa?)
    Mark Stewart, 5, m, "

    fam #249
    Patrick Altton?, 31, m, " (farmer), Ireland
    Mary, 27, f, "
    Mary, 3, f, Ohio
    Catherine, 1, f, Iowa

    [ in adjacent county: CHURCH RECORDS SAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH KEOKUK, IOWA ; BAPTISMS 1849-1860
    Typed this 20th day of October 1973 by John M. Helenthal.

    Person Baptized Father's Name Mother's Name Bap. Date Birth
    Last Name First Name
    Alton Charles Pat. M. 25 Mar 1855 4 weeks old ]

    [ He's in the 1860 census with family:
    1860 United States Federal Census
    Household of Chas Alton

    Name Home in 1860 (City,County,State) Age in 1860 Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Gender

    Pat Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 36 1823 Ireland Male (the family is in the same place for the 1870 & 1880 census but he's not)
    Mary Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 34 1825 Ireland Female
    Mary J Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 12 1847 Ireland Female
    Catherne Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 10 1849 Ireland Female
    Thos Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 8 1851 Iowa Male
    Chas Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 6 1853 Iowa Male (fits to above baptism)
    Mathew Alton Jackson, Clark, MO 4 1855 Iowa Male ]

    ALSO FOUND CRANE's in Bonaparte twp: (first wife's maiden name)
    p 317
    Abel Crane, 35, m, laborer, Ireland [ can't find in 1860 census ]
    Mary, 32, f, Ireland
    Mark, 2, m, Penn

    p 318
    Edward Crane, 24, m, laborer, Ireland [ can't find in 1860 census ]
    Jane, 70?, f, " (Ireland)

    [ fit??? in adjacent county: CHURCH RECORDS SAINT JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH KEOKUK, IOWA ; BAPTISMS 1849-1860
    Typed this 20th day of October 1973 by John M. Helenthal.

    Person Baptized Father's Name Mother's Name Bap. Date Birth
    Last Name First Name
    Crane David Edward Mary 26 Sep 1850 1 month old ]
    _________________________________________________________________
    1860 census, Lafeyette Co., Lexington, Missouri; p634; lots of Irish nearby
    Pat Stewart, 40, m, laborer, bp: Ireland
    Ann, 31, f, bp: Ireland
    Chas Stewart, 20, m, Temster, bp: Md?
    Mark " , 14, m, laborer, bp: Canada?
    Thos " , 2, m, bp: Missouri
    John Fagin, 27, m, laborer, bp: Ireland
    _______________________________________________________________
    From USGENWEB Kansas Web Site 9/18/1999

    FIRST REGIMENT KANSAS VOLUNTEERS---INFANTRY: COMPANY E.
    *if a person is listed more than once, they were promoted*

    Sergeants
    Charles Stewert, Lexington, MO.Dis. for disability, Lagrange, Tenn., Nov. 26, 1862
    Corporals
    Charles Stewart, Lexington MO
    Privates
    Charles Stewart, Leavenworth
    ADDITIONAL ENLISTMENTS---COMPANY E.
    Thomas Hastings, Leavenworth
    Patrick Stewart, Kansas City, MO
    RE- ENLISTED VETERANS, COMPANY E.
    Privates
    Thomas Hastings, Leavenworth
    _______________________________________________________________
    Special consideration was given to veterans. An 1862 law allowed honorably discharged Army veterans of any war to petition for naturalization -- without previously having filed a declaration of intent -- after only one year of residence in the United States
    _______________________________________________________________
    1870 census, Lafayette Co, Lexington, Missouri,

    fam 308
    Patrick Stewart, 50, m, wh, laborer, Ireland, cannot read/write English, Male Citizen of the U.S. over 21
    Anne, 40, f, wh, keeping house, bp: Ireland, cannot read/write English
    Bridget , 6, f, wh, at home, bp: Missouri
    Thomas, 12, m, wh, at home, bp: Missouri, attended school within the year
    Patrick, 3, m, wh, at home, bp: Missouri
    Mark, 22, m, wh, laborer, bp: Ireland (Canada last time?)

    fam 307
    Kelly John, 40, m, wh, laborer, bp: Ireland, Male Citizen of the U.S. over 21
    Mary 40, f, wh, bp: Missouri
    ________________________________________________________________
    1880 census, Lafayette, twp: Lexington, Missouri, Vol 19, ED 46, Sht 2, Line 2, fam 11

    Boundary Street; Bridget Hastings down street at fam#14, W.F. Hesting? at fam 13
    Patrick Stewart, wh, m, 60, coal miner, 10m unemployed, bp: Ireland, Ireland, Ireland
    Ann, wife, 52, bp: Ireland, Ireland, Ireland
    Thomas, son, 22, bp: Missouri
    Bridget, dau, 16, bp: Missouri
    Mary Ann, dau, 9, bp: Missouri
    __________________________________________________________________
    Lafayette County, MO.
    1883 Pensioners on the Roll

    Certificate NoNamePost OfficeCause for which pensionedMonthly rateOriginal date

    41352Patrick Stewartdowd. back 5.33--

    Transcribed by Gordon Byers. June 20, 2000.
    All information was not included for all individuals in the original 1883 publication;other errors and omissions could have occurred. http://www.arealdomain.com/lafayette1883.html
    __________________________________________________________________
    Lafayette Tombstone Incriptions of Lafayette Co, MO by Marty Brunetti
    Lexington Cemetery Catholic Page 5
    Patrick Stewart Co E 1st Kan Inf (no dates - same as Thomas Hastings)

    2nd reference
    Stewart, Patrick d: 12 Aug 1892 about 80 y. (ICCC?)
    _____________________________________________________________
    My transcription (mtb) FHL Film 0955930
    Lafayette County, Missouri Probate Court Vol F-H

    Last Will and Testament of Patrick Stewart, Deceased,
    Know all men by these presents that I, Patrick
    Stewart of Lexington in the County of Lafayette
    State of Missouri in feeble health but of sound
    and disposing mind do hereby make publish and
    declare this to be my last will and testament.
    First: It is my wish that all my debts be paid.
    Second: I give each of my children Thomas, Charles, Bridget,
    and Mary Ann the sum of one dollar.
    Third: I desire to be buried decently and have a suitable
    monument erected over my grave.
    Fourth: All the rest of my property real and personal
    I give and bequeath to my wife Ann Stewart
    whom I also herby appoint as the sole executrix
    of this my last Will and request that no bond
    be required of her as such executrix. Witness my hand
    and seal this 4th day of May 1892
    Attest Patrick Stewart (his Mark)
    U. G. Phetzing

    Signed sealed published and declared as his last
    will in our presence and we at his request in
    his presence and in the presence of each other
    have signed our names here to as witnesses May 4th 1892
    U. G. Phetzing [mtb: noted a Israel Phetzing, 42, b: Germany in 1900 census
    , Lex, Laf, MO]
    Katie Murphy

    Proof of Will
    State of Missouri | ss
    County of Lafayette | In the Probate Court
    Be it remembered that on this the 15th day of
    August A.D. 1892. before me William Young Judge
    of the Probate Court held in and for the County and STate
    aforesaid Pesonally appeared Uriah G. Phetzing and
    Kate Murphy who are the subscribing witnesses to
    the annexed Will of Patrick Stewart deceased and
    being by me first duly sworn depose and say
    that the said Patrick Stewart the testator subscribed the
    same in their presence and published and declared
    said Will or instrument of writing to be his last
    will and testament and that at the time of signing
    the same he, the said testator was of sound and
    deposing mind, and more than twenty one
    years of age and that said deponents attested
    said will as witnesses thereto, by subscribing
    their names to the same in the presence of the
    testator, and of each other at the request
    of the said testator.
    Uriah G. Phetzing
    Kate Murphy
    Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 15th day of
    August A. D. 1892
    William Young
    Judge of Probate
    Certificate of Probate of Will
    State of Missouri | ss
    County of Lafayette |In the Probate Court
    I, William Young Judge and ex officio clerk of the
    Probate Court of Lafayette County in the STate of Missouri
    certify that at the regular August term A.D. 1892 of said
    court on the seventh day of said term being the 15th day
    of August A.D. 1892 the said court having examined
    the foregoing instrument perpoting (sic) to be the last
    Will of Patrick Stewart deceased and signed by Patrick
    Stewart by his mark and having heard the testimony
    of Uriah G. Phetzing and Kate Murphy subscribing
    witnesses thereto in relation to the execution of
    the same declared adn adjudged said instrument
    to be the last Will and Testament of the said Patrick Stewart
    deceased late of Lafeytte County Missouri and
    ordered the same admitted to probate, and to
    witnesses, ordered the same certified which is
    here done accordingly.
    In testimony where of I have hereunto set my
    hand and affixed the seal of said court at
    office in Lexington Missouri this 15th day
    of August 1892
    William Young
    [seal]Judge of Probate and exofficio clerk, as aforesaid
    ___________________________




    Father: Mr. STEWART b: in Scotland
    Mother: Mrs. STEWART b: in Ireland

    Marriage 1 Margaret CRANE b: BEF 1825 in Ireland?
    • Married: BEF 1840 in ??? Had a 20year old in 1860?
    Children
    1. Has Children Charles STEWART b: 2 FEB 1842 in New York Harbor? (Iowa/Md/Mo?)
    2. Has No Children Margaret STEWART b: 16 MAY 1843 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    3. Has No Children Mark STEWART b: BET 1845 AND 1848 in Iowa/Canada/Ireland?

    Marriage 2 Ann (MC)CAFF(A)R(E)Y b: ABT 1829 in Ireland
    • Married: 24 JUN 1851 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    • Note:
      Catholic Parish Records, Montreal Canada - St. Patrick's Basilica
      Translated by Robert Chalifoux 5-6-1999
      Today, J.J. Connolly, the 24th of June 1851 after 3 publication of the Banns without opposition I priest authorized, to that effect having taking the mutual consentment by word of Patrick Stuart labourer, major widow of Margaret Crane from the State of Iowa on one part, and Ann McCaffrey living in this parish, major daughter of deceased James McCaffrey worker, and Mary Byrnes from Ireland on the other part; I have married them according to the law and custom observed in our Holy Church in presence of Jean Baptiste Lancer signed d'Andrew Mahon, and of Frances Figer, and also of the sponsors, have declared seeing me signed.
      J. B. Lancer
      J.J. Connolly Priest.
      ______________________________
      Subj: Saint Patrick's
      Date: 12/3/1999 8:48:37 AM Pacific Standard Time
      From: stpatricksmtl@sympatico.ca (Mary McGovern)
      To: BikenMike@aol.com (Michael Brown)

      Hello Michael,

      St. Patrick's opened in 1847 but did not keep its own registers until 1859.
      The McCaffrey/Stewart marriage record as well as the baptism records would
      be kept at Notre Dame Basilica, 116 Notre Dame Street West, Montreal Quebec
      H2Y 1T2. tel. 514-849-1070.
      Your translation has some errors. In line one it should read "after
      publication of three banns", the last line probably would read somthing like
      "have declared that they cannot sign".
      I will try to answer your questions;
      1)The marriage did take place at St. Patrick's, Father J.J. Connolly was the
      Parish Priest at that time. The Church kept two sets of registers, one
      would be sent to the Courthouse at the end of a year and one would be kept
      at the Diocese. 2)The registers never mention the parents when there is a
      previous marriage.
      3)Try Notre Dame for the children.
      4)I don't think he married between St. Patrick's Day and St. Jean Baptiste
      Day but who knows.

      I have more information for you. Though we do not have the registers here at St. Patrick's, we do have the banns books that the priest would use to announce the impending marriages from the pulpit. The marriage is there, Patrick Stuart is 31 years old and has been in Montreal since St. Patrick's Day. Margaret Crane is described as deceased at Buanaport? Boneparte?(Beauport?), Van Burren County, Iowa, her death is attested by Dr. Wyman and Allen?, Patrick is living at "one Mrs. Cassidy's." Ann McCaffery is 23 years old and has been in Montreal since June. Both her parents are dead and they appear to be from a place called Dromerlan, Dromerton ???
      A photo-copy may be obtained from us for a fee of $10.

      Good Luck with your research.
      With best wishes,
      Mary [McGovern]

      __________________________________________
      Subj: Saint Patrick's
      Date: 12/7/1999 7:58:14 AM
      From: stpatricksmtl@sympatico.ca (Mary McGovern)
      To: BikenMike@aol.com (Michael Brown)
      Hi Mike,
      I'll try to answer your questions:
      A) The banns are announced from the pulpit and are posted in the Church for the three Sundays that proceed the wedding.
      B) The way the banns book reads that Patrick Stuart arrived in Montreal on March 17, 1851 and married on St. Jean Baptiste day (June 24th) of the same year. Therefore it is highly unlikely that he could have married in Montreal between his marriages to Margaret Crane and Ann McCaffrey
      C) You have a choice, either Ann just arrived in Montreal, which would be my guess, or she was here for a year. Prehaps Patrick came here first to establish himself and then Ann joined him. Maybe she was straight off the boat and Patrick looked like a good prospect?
      D) It means they were illiterate.
      E) My first guess would be Ireland.
      Hope this helps,
      Mary McGovern

    Children
    1. Has No Children James STEWART b: 11 NOV 1855 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri?
    2. Has Children William Thomas STEWART b: 19 JUL 1858 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri?
    3. Has No Children Patrick STEWART b: 11 MAR 1860 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri
    4. Has No Children Sarah STEWART b: 26 MAY 1861 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri
    5. Has Children Bridget Hildegrade? STEWART b: 13 JAN 1864 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri
    6. Has No Children John STEWART b: 10 JUN 1866 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri?
    7. Has No Children Patrick(#2) STEWART b: 27 MAY 1868 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri
    8. Has Children Mary Ann STEWART b: 26 AUG 1870 in Missouri

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