Anne Ryder

Anne Ryder

Female 1869 - 1945  (76 years)

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  • Name Anne Ryder 
    Born 4 Feb 1869  St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 5 Mar 1869  St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Resided 1891  White Earth, Becker, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1893  Fargo, Cass, North Dakota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1900  862 Lincoln Ave, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1903  12 Grove Place, Nicollet Island, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1909  3505 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1917  3312 4th Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1930  3142 Lyndale Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1932  2622 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Resided 1935  St. Raphael's Home for the Aged, St. Cloud, Stearns, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died 25 Sep 1945  St. Cloud Hospital, St. Cloud, Stearns, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I85  Default
    Last Modified 2 Jun 2015 

    Father Michael Ryder,   b. 1828, Newport, County Mayo, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Nov 1877, St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years) 
    Mother Rose Joyce,   b. 1837, Swinford, County Mayo, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Mar 1885, St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Notes 
    • Notes from Paul Edwin Daggett, son of William Smith Daggett and Anne Ryder:

      My mother, Anne Ryder, was born in St. Catharines, Ontario, in 1869, the daughter of Michael Ryder and his wife, Rose Joyce. The baptismal record shows her name as Hanna, though I believe it truly was Honor Teresa. She told me that she had been christened Honor, or possibly Hanorah. For some reason she did not care for either of these and was always known as Anne. The baptismal record is in error in at least one respect; it mistakenly records her father's name as Michael Ryan, rather than Ryder, so possibly her name was listed incorrectly.

      Her father, Michael Ryder, was born in Newport, on Clew Bay, County Mayo, Ireland, in 1828. Unfortunately it has not been possible to procure a copy of his baptismal record. The Parish Priest of Newport reports that there is a gap in the Parish register from 1826 to 1846.

      As a very young man he enlisted in the British Army, where he served in various parts of the world for twelve years. His service included the Crimean War, which was in the years 1854 to 1856. It well might be that this army service could have been motivated, at least in part, by the Famine which occurred in the period 1845 to 1849, that appalling state of misery and hunger which is beyond description in this short recital. Foillowing his army service he drew a pension until his accidental death in St. Catharines, Ontario, at the age of 49, on November 9, 1877.

      My grandmother, Rose Joyce, was born in Swinford, County Mayo, Ireland, in 1837. Her birthplace was only some 30 miles from Newport; nevertheless, she and her future husband did not know each other in Ireland. They met on shipboard while emigrating to America. It is not known whether they were married during the voyage, or after reaching this country, but the latter seems the most likely course for two Irish Catholics.

      A letter from the Parish Priest at Swinford informed me that in this case, just as happened at Newport, there is no record of baptisms during the period when Rose Joyce was born.

      Where they landed is not known. It could have been New York, or Boston. Some vessels landed in Canada, although most came to the United States.

      Michael Ryder's brother John had preceded them to America and was located in Louisville, Kentucky, where he owned a teaming outfit. This probably accounts for my grandparents going to Louisville. The year is not known, but their son, my uncle John J. Ryder, was born there in 1863. A daughter, Mary, was also born there, but she died in infancy.

      During the Civil War, Michael Ryder joined the Union Army. Because of his military experience he became a drill sergeant and was stationed in New York. While there it became known that he was really a British subject, and that ended his service.

      A letter from my cousin, Mary Erhard, daughter of John J. Ryder, informed me that Michael Ryder had been active as a "slave runner", in the so-called underground railway. He was violently opposed to all forms of tyranny and oppression; this explains his motivation in helping slaves reach Canada and freedom of a sort. Possibly this experience may have prompted moving the family to St. Catharines, Ontario.

      In St. Catharines the following children were born:
      Catherine, died in infancy
      James, died in infancy
      Agnes Bridget, born January 12, 1867
      Anne (my mother) born February 4, 1869
      Michael, born in 1871
      Rose, born in 1874

      When grandfather, Michael Ryder, died in 1877, my mother was only 8 years old. In 1885, when grandmother Rose Ryder died, mother was only 16 years old.

      Mother's eldest brother, John J. Ryder, must have been helpful in caring for the younger children of the family. By the time he became 21 years old, he had moved from St. Catharines to St. Paul, where the St. Paul City Directory for 1884 lists him as a printer with the Daily Globe. After his mother's death it appears that he placed his youngest sister, Rose, with the Philbin family in Kenosha, Wisconsin, for some time, perhaps several years. At the same period he brought the other children to St. Paul, for their names appear in the St. Paul City Directory at the time as follows:
      My mother, Anne, 1887 through 1890-1891
      My aunt, Rose, 1890 through 1894
      My aunt, Agnes, 1892
      My Uncle Mike, 1892

      The directory also lists John DeWitt, for 1892, 1893 and 1894. He married Agnes Ryder.

      It is not surprising that my mother's name does not appear in the directory after 1891, for on October 12, 1891, she and my father, William S. Daggett, were married in the St. Paul Cathedral. On January 6, 1893, I was born in St. Paul, in a residence which still stands almost directly across the street from the present Cathedral Rectory on Selby Avenue. Years ago my aunt Agnes told me that she was with my mother the day of my birth, and she recalled that there was a heavy snowfall on that occasion.

      At the time of my parents' marriage, my father was Secretary to the Indian Commissioner at White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota. Their honeymoon journey took them by train to Detroit (now Detroit Lakes) Minnesota, at that time the rail head. From Detroit to White Earth they traveled by stagecoach, in what they later described as an early season blizzard. For perhaps a year or a little more they remained at the Reservation, but by 1893 they lived in Fargo, North Dakota, where my father was a Deputy U.S. Marshal.
    Histories
    Michael Ryder (1828-1877)
    Michael Ryder (1828-1877)
    Family ID F32  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 William Bartlett Hatch,   b. 29 Jan 1864, Arena, Iowa County, Wisconsin, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1933, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years) 
    Notes 
    • 1930 Federal Census, Minneapolis, District 154, Hennepin County, Minnesota: Head of household William B. Hatch, 66 years old, born in Wisconsin, occupation grain salesman. Wife Anne R. Hatch, 59 years old, born in Canada, both of her parents born in the "Irish Free State".
    Photos
    Nana and W.B. Hatch
    Nana and W.B. Hatch
    Note on front of photo indicates that this was their home. Note on back of photograph: "In Mpls, 2nd or 3rd Ave". House number in photograph is 3123
    Last Modified 26 Mar 2005 
    Family ID F431  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 William Smith Daggett,   b. 22 Jan 1864, East Dubuque, Jo Daviess, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Apr 1912, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Married 12 Oct 1891  The Cathedral of St. Paul, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Letter from Francis "Frank" Riley to his cousin Joyce Mattson, 6 August 1983

      Joyce
      I can't help on information about Wm Smith Daggett. I'll ask Mimi next time I talk to her, but I suspect she doesn't have any dope either.

      Under enclosed "Mothers Family" Uncle Paul makes reference to Michael Ryder and Rose Joyce. She says they met on shipboard coming to America. No dates or names are specified. It appears they arrived in American around the start of the Civil War, possibly a little earlier. Their son John was born in 1863 in Louisville and "Nana" was born in St. Catharines, Ontario in 1869. That's as much as I know about them. I remember Mr. Hatch -- Grandpa Hatch -- very clearly and I remember his death. Nana died while I was gone during WW2.

      In hindsight I could kick myself for not getting, or remembering, more of the Daggett history from my Mom. I remember her pointing out their home on 35th and 3 Ave So in Mpls, when she was a little girl. I think Mr. Daggett was living then, at that home.

      The address given for John M. Daggett, on his death in 1905 (or 1906) was 12 Grove St., on Nicollet Island in Mpls. That was where our Mom's lived for a time in their youth. Apparently their Grandpa was living with them when he died. Aunt Helen remembered that home vividly. The last visit by her to Mpls included a tour of the island. She got the biggest kick out of having her picture taken in front of a sign then on that property, describing it as a "Historical Preservation Site". She said she was a "Historical Preservation Site" also. George laughed and laughed at that. Those buildings have now been restored to their original elegance and have been sold recently as posh condominiums -- selling for $175,000 to $250,000. That whole area is being built yet changed -- new apartments, inns, parks, etc -- to become "the" place to live. That's quite a swing over 100 years.

      I can't recall if you have the enclosed or not. It's all I have at this time. I'll accumulate any new dope and pass it on when available.

      It was so nice to see you and Susan this Spring. I may be coming your way in a few months. If so I'll call and get your schedule and try and visit with you and hopefully Bob.

      Love,
      Frank
    Children 
    +1. Paul Edwin Daggett,   b. 6 Jan 1893,   d. 27 Apr 1973, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years)
    +2. Martha Joyce Daggett,   b. 5 Feb 1895, Fargo, Cass, North Dakota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Oct 1919, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 24 years)
    +3. Marion Daggett,   b. 29 Aug 1897, Fargo, Cass, North Dakota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jul 1966, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years)
    +4. Dorothy Ann Daggett,   b. 21 Jul 1900, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Nov 1964, Valley City, Barnes, North Dakota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)
    +5. Helen Mae Daggett,   b. 17 Sep 1902, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jun 1980, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)
    Photos
    Daggett house
    Daggett house
    Last Modified 27 Dec 2009 
    Family ID F26  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 4 Feb 1869 - St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChristened - 5 Mar 1869 - St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1891 - White Earth, Becker, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 12 Oct 1891 - The Cathedral of St. Paul, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1893 - Fargo, Cass, North Dakota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1900 - 862 Lincoln Ave, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1903 - 12 Grove Place, Nicollet Island, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1909 - 3505 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1917 - 3312 4th Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1930 - 3142 Lyndale Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1932 - 2622 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResided - 1935 - St. Raphael's Home for the Aged, St. Cloud, Stearns, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 25 Sep 1945 - St. Cloud Hospital, St. Cloud, Stearns, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Anne Ryder, 1885
    Anne Ryder, 1885
    Letter from Helen Daggett Hocum to Martha Joyce Wild Mattson, undated

    Dear Joyce and Mel -

    Killing two birds with one stone, a Christmas greeting and a letter.

    The picture you sent was of my mother, taken when she was 16. This was just after her mother died and the three girls were getting ready to come to St. Paul to be with their two brothers, Uncle Jack and Uncle Mike. I have never seen this picture and just love it. I have one taken at the same time of Mona(?) and Aunt Bud, the same fence and the same outfits. I want to have copies of this made before I send it back but they won't do it til after the holidays.

    I'm at a standstill with Mom's family and also with both sides of George's. I did run down his great grandfather through the 1850 Ind. Census. But very little information except that his grandmother was a twin. No one knew that.

    Well, back to the business at hand. Hope you and all your family have a wonderful Christmas, and everything good in the New Year.

    Love,
    Aunt Helen and Uncle George
    Annie Ryder
    Annie Ryder
    Annie Ryder
    Annie Ryder
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett, William Smith Daggett, and their son Paul Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett, William Smith Daggett, and their son Paul Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett with son Paul Daggett and infant daughter Martha Joyce Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett with son Paul Daggett and infant daughter Martha Joyce Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett and children, about 1903
    Anne Ryder Daggett and children, about 1903
    From left: Martha, Paul, Dorothy (in front), Helen (infant), Anne, and Marian
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett family, unknown date
    Anne Ryder Daggett family, unknown date
    back row from left: Honor, Paul, and Marian ("Tot)
    front row from left: Helen and Dorothy ("Billie")
    Anne Ryder Daggett and children, unknown date
    Anne Ryder Daggett and children, unknown date
    From left: Dorothy (facing Anne); Martha; Paul; "Tot" (Marion); and Helen (sitting in front), surrounding their mother Anne (black dress)
    Nana and her daughter Martha Joyce
    Nana and her daughter Martha Joyce
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch
    Nana and W.B. Hatch
    Nana and W.B. Hatch
    Nana and W.B. Hatch
    Nana and W.B. Hatch
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch
    Nana and friends
    Nana and friends
    Nana is on the right in the white hat
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Anne Ryder Daggett
    Cousins Bob Wild (left) and Bill Riley (right) with grandmother 'Nana' (Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch)
    Cousins Bob Wild (left) and Bill Riley (right) with grandmother "Nana" (Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch)
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch with her son Paul Daggett and her daughter Dorothy 'Billie' Daggett Wild, about 1942
    Anne Ryder Daggett Hatch with her son Paul Daggett and her daughter Dorothy "Billie" Daggett Wild, about 1942

    Histories
    William Smith Daggett (1864-1912)
    William Smith Daggett (1864-1912)

  • Notes 
    • St. Catharines of Alexandria Cathedral Baptismal Records:
      Hanna, female, born in St. Catharines on 4 Feb 1869. Baptized 5 Mar 1869. Father: Michael Ryan, born in Ireland. Mother: Rose Joyce, born in Ireland. Sponsors: John Joac?? and Margaret Sullivan. Officiating clergyman: P. Mulligan

      1871 Census of Canada, St. Catharines, Lincoln, Ontario
      Michael Ryder, 58 years old, born in Ireland, Roman Catholic, occupation laborer. Rosey Ryder, 47 years old, born in Ireland. John Ryder, 11 years old. Michael Ryder, 9 years old. Bridget Ryder, 4 years old. Ann Ryder, 2 years old.

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      1889-91 St. Paul City Directory
      Rose L. Ryder and Anna T. Ryder, 324 W Third, domestics. John Ryder, rooming at 250 W Third, proofreader.

      St. Paul Daily Globe, 26 Jun 1890
      Yesterday morning at ten o'clock a very pleasant wedding took place at St. Francis de Sales church, nuptial high mass being celebrated by Father Stariha. The contracting parties were John J. Ryder and Miss Minnie Gies, Will Daggett and Miss Annie Ryder officiating as groomsman and bridesmaid...

      12 Oct 1891, Minnesota marriages index
      William S. Daggett, born in Ramsey, Minnesota. Spouse Anne Ryder, born in Ramsey, Minnesota. Marriage place St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota

      St. Paul Daily Globe, 13 Oct 1891:
      William S. Daggett and Miss Anne Ryder were united in marriage at the cathedral yesterday at 3:30 p.m. by Rev. Dr. Heffron, the pastor. The occasion was a very quiet, but happy, one, attended by a gathering of the immediate friends of the young couple. After receiving the congratulations and good wishes of those in attendance, Mr. and Mrs. Daggett left immediately for White Earth, where they will at once settle down to housekeeping. Mr. Daggett is at present connected with the Chippewa Indian commission.

      The St. Paul Directory for 1892-1893 lists William S. Daggett as a detective.

      6 Jan 1893 -- son Paul Edwin born

      St. Paul Daily globe, 24 Sep 1893
      Mrs. W.S. Daggett, of Fargo, has returned to St. Paul to reside during the winter.

      5 Feb 1895 -- Daughter Martha Joyce born

      29 Aug 1897 -- Daughter Marion born

      The 1900 St. Paul Directory lists William S. Daggett as connected with the Carbol Chemical Company

      1900 US Census
      household at 862 Lincoln Avenue, St. Paul (rented)
      William S. Daggett, born Jan 1864, 36 years old, married 9 years, born in Illinois, both parents born in Maine, occupation "Mftr."
      Anna R. Daggett, born Feb 1870, 30 years old, married 9 years, mother of 3 children, all living. Born in Canada, both parents born in Ireland, immigrated to the U.S. in 1885.
      Paul E. Daggett, born Jan 1893, 7 years old. Born in Minnesota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.
      Martha Daggett, Born Feb 1895, 5 years old. Born in North Dakota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.
      Mary R. Daggett, born Aug 1896, 3 years old. Born in North Dakota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.

      21 Jul 1900 -- Daughter Dorothy Ann born

      17 Sep 1902 -- Daughter Helen Mae born

      1903 Minneapolis directory
      John M. Daggett, b flat 2 12 Grove
      Wallace M. Daggett, trav agt Washburn-Crosby Co, r Louisville, Ky
      Wm S Daggett, detective, r flat 2 12 Grove

      1904 Minneapolis directory
      John M. Daggett, b flat 2 12 Grove
      Wallace M. Daggett, trav agt Washburn-Crosby Co, b West Hotel
      Wm S Daggett, detective, r flat 2 12 Grove

      1905 Minnesota Census
      household at 12 Grove Street, Minneapolis
      W.S. Daggett, born in Illinois, both parents born in Maine. 41 years old. Occupation: detective.
      Ann Daggett, born in Canada, both parents born in Ireland. 34 years old. Occupation: housewife
      Martha M. Daggett, born in Maine, both parents born in Maine. 73 years old. Retired.
      Paul Daggett, 12 years old. Born in Minnesota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.
      Martha Daggett, 10 years old. Born in North Dakota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.
      Marian Daggett, 8 years old. Born in North Dakota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.
      Dorothy Daggett, 5 years old. Born in Minnesota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.
      Helen Daggett, 3 years old. Born in Minnesota, father born in Illinois, mother born in Canada.

      1905 Minneapolis directory
      Wm S. Daggett, r flat 2 12 Grove

      4 Aug 1909, Evening Times
      Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 4 - William Daggett, Minneapolis grain commission man, who at one time lived in St. Paul, and Mrs. Daggett, are now the happiest couple in the Mill City, just having located their 14-year-old daughter, Martha, who was lost en route to Fargo, Friday last.
      Mrs. Daggett sent the girl to Fargo for a visit at the home of Mrs. James Grady. She placed her on a Great Northern train instead of the Northern Pacific as arranged. Later, a telegram notified Mrs. Daggett that her daughter had not arrived and for hours the mother was distracted. Another telegram followed, however, this informing her that the girl had finally reached Fargo.
      The Daggetts live at 3505 Third avenue south, Minneapolis.

      1910 Census, 13-Wd Minneapolis, District 202, Hennepin County, Minnesota
      Household headed by W.S. Daggett, 46 yo male, born in Illinois, both parents born in Maine, grain merchant. Wife Anna, 39 yo, immigrated to U.S. in 1886, mother of 5 children, all of them living. Son Paul, 17 yo, born in Minnesota. Daughter Martha, 15 yo, born in North Dakota. Daughter Marion, 12 yo, born in North Dakota. Daughter Dorothy, 9 yo, born in Minnesota. Daughter Helen, 7 yo, born in Minnesota. Mother Martha, 79 yo, married for 53 years, born in Maine, mother of 5 children, 4 of them living.

      1914 Davison's Minneapolis City Directory shows Anna R. Daggett, widow of Wm S., residing in flat 1, 1676 Hennepin Avenue

      28 Feb 1914, Evening Times
      John J. Ryder, city commissioner of Omaha, Neb., and formerly a resident of East Grand Forks, is in St. Paul arranging for the funeral of his brother, Michael Ryder, who was suffocated by illuminating gas Wednesday night in a St. Paul rooming house.
      John J. Ryder formerly was engaged in the newspaper business in this city, and is well known to local residents. After leaving East Grand Forks he engaged in newspaper work in St. Paul and a short time later entered the same field in Omaha.
      Michael Ryder was 46 years old. He had been a tailor, but up to a short time ago was engaged in the livery business. He was a resident of St. Paul for about thirty years. In addition to the brothers, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. William Daggett, widow of former Deputy United States Marshal Daggett, and Mrs. John DeWitt of Council Bluffs, Iowa.

      1915 Minnesota History and Biography, The Activities and Influence of Women:
      "The Minneapolis League of Catholic Women has opened a boarding home for children, and has in its care sixteen young children. Last year the league started in a small way a cottage on Twenty-Eighth Avenue, South, where a temporary home was given to children who needed care. The Minneapolis home is non-sectarian. The youngest guest is just two weeks old. Sometimes mothers are given employment. Mrs. Howard Chandler is manager of the home. The special committee of the league in charge includes Mrs. P.P. O'Hallaran. Mrs. O'Hallaran's committee includes Mrs. W.J. Moorhead, Mrs. W.S. Daggett, Mrs. M. Breslauer, and Mrs. J.A. McLaughlin."

      1917 Minneapolis city directory
      Anne R Daggett (wid Wm S) r flat 4, 3312 4th av S
      Marion R Daggett tchr b flat 4, 3312 4th av S
      Paul E Daggett, clk Sullivan Coal Co r flat 1, 3139 3d av S

      1920 Census: Minneapolis, District 139, Hennepin County, Minnesota
      Household headed by Wm B Hatch, 55 yo, born in Wisconsin, father born in Ohio, mother born in Vermont, occupation grain commissioner. Wife Anne Hatch, 49 yo, born in Canada, both parents born in Ireland, no occupation. Stepdaughter Dorothy Daggett, 19 yo, single, occupation bookkeeper at a bank. Stepdaughter Helen Daggett, 17 yo, single, no occupation.

      1930 Federal Census, Minneapolis, District 154, Hennepin County, Minnesota: Head of household William B. Hatch, 66 years old, born in Wisconsin, occupation grain salesman. Wife Anne R. Hatch, 59 years old, born in Canada, both of her parents born in the "Irish Free State".

      1930 Minneapolis city directory
      Wm B (Anne R) Hatch v-pres Lydiard-Hatch Co h 3142 Lyndale av S

      1932 Minneapolis city directory
      Wm B (Anne R) Hatch h2622 3d av S apt 1

      1940 US Census, St. Raphael's Home for the Aged, St. Cloud, Minnesota
      Anna Rader, 72 years old, 8th grade education, born in Minnesota, lived at the same place in 1935 as now.

      Per "Death Register", Anna Hatch of Minneapolis died of a stroke, 9/23/1945. Survived by one sister, Mrs. J. DeWitt; four stepchildren, Mrs. J.F. Burns, Mrs. J.W. Farr, Leo B. Hatch; daughter Mrs. F.H. Riley; son Paul Daggett. Her dob is given as 4 Feb 1871