Civil War Records of Daniel Cronin


Obituaries (2) for Daniel Cronin


The Concord Enterprise, July 9, 1902


Daniel Cronin died at his home on Sudbury st., at 12 o'clock Monday night of heart disease, after an illness of 10 weeks. Deceased was born in County Cork, Ireland, 70 years ago and has been a native of this country 45 years, most of which has been spent in Maynard. He has also lived in Dedham and Manchester, N. H. He was a veteran of the civil war, having served in the U. S. navy. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jane Cronin, and son, William Cronin of Nebraska. The funeral services will take place from St. Bridget's church at 9.00 o'clock tomorrow morning. Burial will be in St. Bridget's cemetery.



Maynard News, July 11, 1902

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    Daniel Cronin, aged 70 years, died at his home on Sudbury street, Monday night at 12 o’clock, of heart failure, after an illness lasting 10 weeks. Mr. Cronin was a highly respected citizen of Maynard, having lived here many years, and the news of his death was sad tidings to his many friends and associates.
     He was born in County Cork, Ireland, and came to this country 45 years ago. He lived for a short period in Mauchester, N.H., and Dedham, but has resided most of the time in Maynard, where he worked in the Assabet mills for over 18 years. When the late war broke out, Mr. Cronin enlisted in the U.S. navy, and served his country creditably.
     He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jane Cronin, one daughter, Miss Ellen Cronin, and a son William, who lives in Nebraska. The funeral was Thursday morning from St. Bridget’s church, where services were held, and burial was at St. Bridget’s cemetery.