Civil War Records of John Daley (Daily/Dailey)

Service

Co. Regiment / Ship From To Residence/ Credit Occupation Notes
F 30th MVI Corpl.; enl. Oct. 11, 1861; must. Nov. 30, 1861 disch. Nov. 30, 1864 Lowell laborer

age 25;

wounded Aug. 5, 1862 at Baton Rouge, La.

MASSCW, 3:364

Service Record (select pages from the National Archives): x
Service Ledger (Town of Acton): x

Pension

Co. Regiment Date Filed Type App. No. Cert. No. State Beneficiary/Remarks
F 30th MVI April 15, 1886 Invalid 546 220 326 498 Mass.  

Pension File (select pages from the National Archives):  9 pages (PDF*)

Grand Army of the Republic

Recorded as member no. 65 in the membership roster of Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R., Acton, Massachusetts (Acton Memorial Library archives, 92.2.1). 

G.A.R. Personal War Sketch

Death

Date December 28, 1909
Place Littleton, Mass.
Age 73
Cause arteriosclerosis and senility
Obituary  
Funeral  
Burial

St. Patrick's Cemetery, Lowell, Mass.

Survived by

son Cornelius Dailey recorded as informant on death certificate

(Littleton death record, "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," v. 1909/55, p. 401 [image], AmericanAncestors.org).


Additional Information

John Dailey was born 1836 in Ireland to parents John Dailey and Catherine Brown. He married Ellen Garrigan in 1860 in Lowell, Mass. He resided in Lowell (1864-1875), Acton (1875-1878), and Littleton (1878-1906), Mass. after the war. Their children were John F., Mary, Cornelius, and Ellen. His occupation was farmer, and he was a widower at the time of his death in 1909 (pension file and death record).

 

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