91st PA--Edward Joseph Maguigan

Edward Joseph Maguigan

Before the war

He was born on 31 May 1841, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Hugh and Winifred Maguigan. [sources: date: 26 (21 in 1861), 27 (21 in 1861), 36 (68 yrs 5 mos 16 dys at death in 1909), 38 (69 at death), 42 (32 in 1870), 43 (May 1843), 47 (39 in 1880). place: 26, 36, 38, 42 (Ireland), 43, 47. parents: 36, 38]

When he enlisted, he was living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 27]

Description

When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 8 inches tall, and had a fair complexion, hazel eyes, and brown hair. [source: 26]

During the war

He also served in the 23rd Pennsylvania Infantry. He enlisted at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was mustered in, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as first sergeant of company I on 18 April 1861. He was discharged, as first sergeant, on 19 July 1861. [sources: 29, 30 (mustered in 21 Apr, disch 31 Jul 61)]

He enlisted and was mustered into service in the 91st Pennsylvania on 30 August 1861, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was enlisted for three years, by Colonel Reiff. He was mustered in as a private in company C. [sources: 1, 26, 27, 29, 48 (sgt)]

He was appointed third sergeant on 21 September 1861. [source: 24]

On 29 August 1862, he witnessed the declaration of recruit by Lewis Montieu (A), at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a sergeant. [source: 51]

He was promoted to first sergeant. [source: 25]

On 4 September 1862, he witnessed the enlistment of Joseph H Cross (C), at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On 5 September 1862, he witnessed the enlistment of Charles Hart (A), at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [sources: 49, 50]

He was promoted on 22 December 1862 from sergeant to second lieutenant, replacing John Sage. He was mustered in for three years, at Falmouth, Virginia, by Colonel Garard. [sources: 1, 11, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28]

He fought at the Battle of Gettysburg. [source: 33]

On 29 July 1863, he was ordered (by special order 160, Army of the Potomac) to report to Dr Abbott, in Washington DC, for medical treatment. [sources: 6, 13, 15]

On 8 August 1863, the regiment reported that they hadn't received any official notice about him for some time. On 19 August 1863, the adjutant general's office in Washington DC granted him 20 days leave. The regiment received the order on 24 August 1863. His leave was to expire on 8 September 1863. He did not return on time, but the regiment received a letter about his health, perhaps extending his leave, on 12 September 1863. He was then reported absent with leave. He returned to duty on 18 September 1863. [sources: 6, 12, 14, 15, 16 (order received 27 Aug), 17, 18, 19]

He accompanied picket details on 18 September 1863, and on 3 October 1863. [sources: 7, 8]

He was commissioned, but not mustered in as, captain, on 22 November 1863. [sources: 1; see also 3, 27]

He was reported absent without leave on 20 February 1864, while the regiment was at the Rendezvous in Chester, Pennsylvania. He had returned on 21 February 1864. [sources: 21, 22]

On 23 February 1864, he certified various facts about the death of Francis Cole. [source: 40]

He was wounded on 18 June 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia. [source: 1 (roster and p.192)]

On 25 June 1864, he was in the Naval Academy Hospital, at Annapolis. [source: 35]

On 14 August 1864, he returned to the regiment from being absent wounded. [source: 31]

As of 7 September 1864, he had not filed an ordnance return for the second quarter of 1864. [source: 9]

On 24 September 1864, he was appointed recorder for a board of survey to determine how much government property John Hamill was responsible for. [source: 5]

On 27 September 1864, he was ordered to turn over his surplus ordnance and stores to Eli Sellers (G), John Casner (K), and John Hamill (D). [source: 10]

On 28 September 1864, John Graham was ordered to take command of company C and to receipt to Maguigan for all property. [source: 4]

He mustered out when his term expired, on 28 September 1864. He was second lieutenant of company C. [sources: 1, 2, 11, 26 (resigned), 27 (refers to SO 10179 3 Aug 1888), 28, 29 (28 Oct 64), 32, 48]

After the war

On 28 April 1866, he certified that William H Carpenter was a private in company C of the 91st Pennsylvania, received a gunshot wound in the left shoulder, and was transferred because of that wound. On 23 February 1867, he recertified that, with additional information about his rank. [source: 39]

He married Mary E Medlam. She was born in 1841/42, in Pennsylvania, to John H Medlam and Mary E [unknown family name]. They had one known child:

[sources: 42, 43, 44, 45]

In fall 1866, he (probably) was a clerk, living at 1417 Otis Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

In fall 1867, he (probably) was a clerk, living at 713 [?] East Thompson Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

On 2 April 1868, he testified in support of Ellen Drew's application for a pension based on the death from battle wounds of her son Michael Drew (C). [source: 41]

In fall 1868, he (probably) was a bookkeeper at Girard Avenue and Front Street, living at 1417 Otis Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

In 1870, he was living in ward 19, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with his wife Mary and their son John. He was a factory clerk. He owned $1,800 in real estate, and $500 in personal property. [source: 42]

In fall 1870, he (probably) was a clerk at Front and Girard Avenue, living at 2027 Cedar Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

In 1871, he was the secretary of a meeting setting up the 91st's Survivor's Association. [source: 34]

In fall 1873, he (probably) was a bookkeeper, living at 1357 Palmer Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

On 19 January 1875, his wife, Mary E Maguigan, died. She died of phthisis pulmonalis. She died at 1357 Palmer Street, ward 18, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On 22 January 1875, she was interred in the Hanover Street Vault. [sources: 44, 45]

In fall 1875, he (probably) was a bookkeeper, living at 1357 Palmer Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

In fall 1877, he (probably) was a bookkeeper at Girard Avenue and Front Street, living at 1417 Otis Street. [source: 46]

In fall 1878, he (probably) was a bookkeeper, living at 521 Richmond Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

In 1880, he was living at 521 Richmond Street, ward 18, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with his son John. He was a boarder, with William Teese. He was a bookkeeper. [source: 47]

In fall 1880, he (probably) was a bookkeeper, living at 521 Richmond Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 46]

He attended the 1884 meeting of the 91st's Survivors' Association. [source: 3]

In 1890, he was living at 2337 Carlisle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 29]

In 1900, he was living at 2337 Carlisle Street, ward 28, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with his son John, and John's wife and daughter. He was the secretary of the Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias [?]. [source: 43]

On 16 November 1909, he died at his residence, 2337 North Carlisle Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of interstitial nephritis (duration five years), with pulmonary edema (duration five days) contributing. He was then a clerk. He was a widower. He was buried on 20 November 1909, in Greenwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Since the funeral "proceed[ed] to Monument Cemetery Vault", I assume his body was initially placed there.) Members of the following organizations were invited to attend the funeral: St John's Lodge, Number 115, Free and Accepted Masons; Columbia Mark Lodge, Number 91, Free and Accepted Masons; Chosen Friends' Lodge No 160 [?] International Order of Odd Fellows; Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias; Shekinah Lodge, No 23, Knights of Pythias; Thermopylae Senate No 3, Order of Sparta; Walter S Newhall Post, No 7, Grand Army of the Republic; Encampment No 20, UVL [Union Veterans' League OR Union Veterans' Legion]; Newhall Lodge, No 1 of Philadelphia; Survivors' Association, 91st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers; and all organizations of which he was a member [sources: 36, 37 (bur 19 Nov), 38]

Sources

1 Bates, Samuel Penniman. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71. 5 volumes. 'Ninety-first regiment', volume 3, pages 186-233. (In the roster, and on page 192.)

2 Official Army Register

3 'The Ninety-first'. Grand Army Scout and Soldiers' Mail, 20 December 1884, page 6 column 2.

4 special order 89, headquarters, 91st Pennsylvania Infantry, 28 September 1864

5 special order 84, headquarters 91st Pennsylvania Infantry, 24 September 1864

6 letter, Sinex to Marvin, 7 September 1863

7 special order 81, HQ 91st PA, 18 September 1863

8 special order 100, HQ 91st PA, 3 October 1863

9 letter, Sellers to Bennett, 7 September 1864

10 special order 86, HQ 91st PA, 27 September 1864

11 regimental descriptive book (EJ Maguigan)

12 letters received, #31, received 12 September 1863, dated 9 September 1863 (EJ Maguigan)

13 special orders received, #6 (2 Lt Maguigan)

14 special orders received, #16 (Lieut Maguigan)

15 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 8 August 1863 (Lieut Maguigan)

16 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 27 August 1863 (Lieut Maguigan)

17 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 10 September 1863 (not named) (see also the subsequent reports)

18 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 12 September 1863 (not named)

19 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 18 September 1863 (Lieut Maguigan)

20 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 4 October 1863 (Lieut Maguigan)

21 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 20 Feb 64 (EJ Maguigan)

22 consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 21 Feb 64 (not named)

23 company C List of commissioned officers (Edward J Maguigan)

24 company C, List of non-commissioned officers, page 1, sergeants (Edwd J Maguigan)

25 company C, List of non-commissioned officers, page 2, first sergeants (Edwd J Maguigan)

26 company C, descriptive roll, number 3 (Edward J Maguigan)

27 Civil War Veterans' Card File, available at the Pennsylvania State Archives, searched 1 July 2004 (Edw'd J Maguigan; rolls have middle initial 'V')

28 company C, untitled list, probably of status at muster out, entry 6 (Edward J Maguigan)

29 1890 US Census, veterans' schedule, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 646, page 2 (image 2103 on Ancestry) (John M Maguigan)

30 Civil War Veterans' Card File, available at the Pennsylvania State Archives, searched 20 March 2005 (Edward I Maguigan, 23rd PA)

31 consolidated morning report, 91st Pennsylvania, 14 August 1864 (Lt Maguigan)

32 consolidated morning report, 30 September 1864 (Lt Maguigan)

33 Pennsylvania Memorial, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (E J Maguigan)

34 'The Reserves', Philadelphia Inquirer, 18 November 1871, page 2 (Edward J Maguigan)

35 'Wounded officers at Annapolis'. Philadelphia Press 25 June 1864, page 2 (E J Magingan [sic])

36 death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 16 November 1909, #25640 (Edward Joseph Maguigan)

37 Find a grave (with picture of the tombstone) (Capt Edward Joseph Maguigan)

38 death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer 17 November 1909, page 7 (Edward J Maguigan)

39 widow's pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, certificate WC 94,973 (E J Maguigan)

40 dependent's pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, certificate 63,562, Maria Cole mother of Francis C Cole (Ed J Maguigan)

41 abstract of mother's pension certificate file, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15, certificate WC 122,557, Ellen Drew mother of Michael Drew (E J Maguigan)

42 1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 19, district 61, microfilm series M593, film 1405, page 463 verso = 58 handwritten (Edward McGriggin [?])

43 1900 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 28, enumeration district 680, microfilm series T623, film 1470, page 2 = 2 B handwritten (Edwin [sic] Maguigan)

44 death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer Thursday 21 January 1875, page 5 (Mary E Maguigan)

45 [not transcribed] death notice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19 January 1875 (FamilySearch) (Mary E Maguigan)

46 Philadelphia city directories

47 1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 18, electoral district 15, microfilm series T9, film 1177, enumeration district 337, page 162 = 9 A handwritten (Ed J McGuigan)

48 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Edward J Maguigan)

49 compiled service record, A 91st PA, Charles Hart (E J [?] Maguigan [?])

50 compiled service record, C 91st PA, Joseph H Cross (E J Maguigan)

51 compiled service record, A 91 PA, Lewis Montieu (E J Maguigan)

Sources checked unsuccessfully

1850 US census
Edward McUigan, 20, hatter, b. PA, with Owen 49 weaver b. Ireland, Susan 49 b. Ireland, Ann 21, b PA, Francis 16, b. PA, Mary 15 b. PA, in Moyamensing, ward 2, Philadelphia, microfilm series M432, film 809, p.309 recto = 615 [?] handwritten (FamilySearch)
Joseph Magechen 28 b. Ireland no occupation (with John Fally skin dresser et al.) is in ward 4, Kensington, Philadelphia microfilm series M432, film 806, page 288 recto = 99 handwritten (FamilySearch)
1860 US census
Hugh Maguigan, Metalic Roofer, 30, b. Ireland (with Mary E 26 b. PA, William K 2, b. PA, and Clara V 6/12 b. PA) is in ward 18, SW division, microfilm series M653, film 1168, page 318 = 24 handwritten (FamilySearch)
Jos Maguigan 22 b. PA dealer is in ward 24, precinct 2, microfilm series M653, film 1175, page 936 = 152 handwritten (FamilySearch), with John Baker dealer et al. (perhaps = 1861 Biddle's p.33 "Baker John, confectioner, Market n 41st")
[perhaps Joseph is the Joseph Maguigan who died on 21 December 1914 in Philadelphia, son of Arthur Maguigan and Sarah Fabyaed (Philadelphia death certificates, 21 December 1914, Joseph Maguinan, FamilySearch)
Edw Maguigan 30 b. Ireland carige [sic] Driver (with Ellen 35 b. England, JOhn 4 b. PA, and Edward 2 b. PA) is in ward 6 division 2, microfilm series M653, film 1156, page 782 = 47 (FamilySearch)
1910 US census
Ancestry and FamilySearch indices (accessed 24 August 2013)
1920 US census
Ancestry and FamilySearch indices (accessed 24 August 2013)
1930 US census
Ancestry and FamilySearch indices (accessed 24 August 2013)
1940 US census
Ancestry and FamilySearch indices (accessed 24 August 2013)
pension index, by name
Ancestry index (accessed 13 June 2005)
RootsWeb WorldConnect
accessed 24 August 2013
records of headstones of deceased Union veterans, 1879-1903
FamilySearch index (accessed 24 August 2013)
headstones applications for US military veterans, 1925-1949
FamilySearch index (accessed 24 August 2013)

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Edward Joseph Maguigan in the 91st PA database

Wounded officers at Annapolis

['Wounded officers at Annapolis'. Philadelphia Press 25 June 1864, page 2 (E J Magingan [sic])
[source: ActivePaper Archive, Penn State University (viewed 8 Nov 2008)]

WOUNDED OFFICERS AT ANNAPOLIS.

The following wounded officers have arrived at Annapolis from the army before Petersburg, and are at the Naval Academy Hospital. They were wounded in the assaults on the rebel works:

... Lieut. E. J. Magingan [sic], 91st P.V.; ...

1870 census

[1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 19, district 61, microfilm series M593, film 1405, page 463 verso = 58 handwritten]
[identification is likely, since (1) his apparent spouse's name and age match the name and age in her death notice (entry 44 below), and (more important) his apparent son's name and age match his son in the 1900 census]
[note that the next entry is Gotleib Mehrer, shade painter; see 1871 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory page 1010: 'Mehrer Gottlieb, painter, h 2025 Cedar']
line323334
Dwelling-house number451  
Family number459  
NameMcGriggin EdwardMaryJohn
Age32284
SexMFM
ColorWWW
OccupationClerk (Factory)Housekeeping 
Real estate value1800  
Personal estate value500  
BirthplaceIrelandPennaPenna
Father foreign born111
Mother foreign born111
Birth month if born within year   
Marriage month if married within year   
Attended school past year   
Can't read   
Can't write   
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.   
Male US citizen at least 21 years old1  
Male US citizen at least 21 years old who can't vote ...   

1880 census

[1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 18, electoral district 15, microfilm series T9, film 1177, enumeration district 337, page 162 = 9 A handwritten]
[identification is likely, since (1) his apparent son's name and age match his son in the 1900 census; note that his wife died in 1875 (see entries 44 and 45 above) ]
[I did not transcribe the other eight residents, headed by William Teese (74, boat builder)]
line2526
street nameRichmond St
house number[521] 
dwelling visit #[83] 
family visit #[85] 
nameMcGuigan Ed J" " John
color" [sc. W]"
sexMM
age3915
month born if born in year  
relationshipBoarderBoarder
single1 [sic]1
married  
widowed/divorced  
married during year  
occupationBook KeeperAt School
months unemployed  
currently ill?  
blind  
deaf/dumb  
idiotic  
insane  
disabled  
school this year 1
can't read  
can't write  
birthplacePennaPenna
father's birthplaceIrelandPenna
mother's birthplaceIrelandPenna

1890 census, veterans schedule

[1890 US Census, veterans' schedule, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 646, page 2 (image 2103 on Ancestry)]
[identification is confirmed, by reference to his service--the mistaken name is presumably due to the census-taker's confusing him with his son (see the 1900 census entry below)]

[line] 14
[house] 176
[family] 181
[name] John M Maguigan 2337 Carlisle
[rank] 1st Serg
[company] I
[unit] 23 " " [sc. Pa Vol]
[enlistment date] Ap 18 1861
[discharge date] Jul [?] 19 1861
[length of service] - years, 3 months, - days
[post office address] [blank]
[disability incurred] [blank]
[remarks] [blank]

[line] 15
[house] [blank]
[family] [blank]
[name] John M Maguigan 2337 Carlisle ['John' is written over something else]
[rank] Cap
[company] C
[unit] 91 Pa Vol
[enlistment date] Aug 30 1861
[discharge date] Oct 28 1864
[length of service] 3 years, 2 months, - days
[post office address] [blank]
[disability incurred] [blank]
[remarks] [blank]

1890 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory

[could not identify him in the transcription on Ancestry]

1900 census

[1900 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 28, enumeration district 680, microfilm series T623, film 1470, page 2 = 2 B handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is confirmed, by the identity of the address with his residence in the 1890 veterans schedule transcribed above]
line95969798
streetCarlisle St
house number2337   
dwelling number36   
family number36   
nameMaguigan John- Margaret- Edna- Edwin [sic]
['aret' is written in a lighter hand in 'Margaret']
relationshipHeadWifeDaughterFather
colorWWWW
sexMFFM
birth dateApril 1866May 1868June 1891May 1843
age3432957
married?MMSM [sic]
# years married1010  
mother of how many children? 1  
# of children living 1  
birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
father's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaEngland
mother's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaEngland
immigration year    
# years in USA    
naturalized citizen?    
occupationPrinter Bible At SchoolSectary Grand Lodge N [sic; presumably sc. 'K' for 'Knights'] of P [presumably sc. 'Pythias']
# months not employed    
# months in school  7 
can readyesyesyesyes
can writeyesyesyesyes
speaks Englishyesyesyesyes
owned/rentedO   
free or mortgagedM   
farm/houseH   
# of farm schedule    

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 2 January 2015, from Fold3]


Maguigan, Edward J
Co. C, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Sergt | 2 Lieut
See also [blank]

GENERAL INDEX CARD.

Philadelphia city directories

[transcribed all 'Maguigan' entries (and others that seemed relevant on quick examination) from the following directories, August 2013, from Fold3]
[I've marked the ones I think are this Edward J Maguigan--note that the variation in addresses may suggest I'm conflating two people]
[I have not checked any other directories]
1851 Biddle's directory, p.270
[no Maguigan on p.280]
M'Guigan Ann, Chinese Museum Building
M'Guigan Bernard, porter house, N W G T road and Jefferson
M'Guigan Edwd., driver, Cromer's av
M'Guigan Edwd., lab. Master bel Perry (K)
M'Guigan Francis, lab. Orange bel Wallace
M'Guigan Francis, weaver, G T road ab Master
M'Guigan Henry, carrier, Spafford
M'Guigan Hugh, lab., Brook bel Coates
M'Guigan James, weaver, Sch 6th bel Shippen
M'Guigan James, lithographer, 4 Athenian B., h 20 Swanwick
M'Guigan Jas., cordw. rear 333 S 5th
M'Guigan Jas., lab. Orange & Lemon
M'Guigan John, weaver, Camac ab G T road
M'Guigan John, weaver, Crown bel Duke
M'Guigan John, stonecutter, Murray W Sch 3d
M'Guigan John, collector, 19 Powell
M'Guigan John, weaver, Perry bel Master (K)
M'Guigan John, weaver, rear Master ab G T road
M'Guigan Michael, driver, P road ab Carpenter
M'Guigan Owen, weaver, 330 Carpenter
M'Guigan Patk, lab. 2 Philip (K)
M'Guigan Terence, bricklr. Cadwalader above Master
M'Guigan Thomas, importer, 2 Strawberry
M'Guigan Thos., shoemr. Biddle W Nixon
M'GUIGAN WILLIAM, naturalist, Chinese Museum, 9th bel Chestnut
M'Guigan Wm., dyer, Charlotte ab Thompson
1860 Biddle's directory, p.651
Magugan Wm, shoemaker, Robeson (Myk)
Maguigan Arthur, produce, 1605 Market, h Logan n Westchester rd (W P)
Maguigan Hugh, hostler, 625 Brook
Maguigan Hugh, metallic roofer, 110 Richmond
Maguigan John C., periodicals, 1230 Poplar
Maguigan Patrick, laborer, Holland pl n Parrish
1861 Sherman's directory, p.653
Maguigan Arthur, printer, N 41st n Market
Maguigan Hugh, tinsmith, 110 Richmond
Maguigan Joseph, ice cream dealer, Market n 41st
Maguigan J. C., bookseller, 1230 Poplar
Maguigan Patrick, laborer, 5th N Susq av
Maguigan William, shoemaker, Robbins, Myk
1862 Biddle's/McElroy's directory, p.442
Maguigan & Co. (A. Maguigin & James J. Maguigan), fruit dealers, 5 S 5th
Maguigan A., dealer, 5 S 5th, h 42d & Pratt
Maguigan Hugh, tin roofer, 110 Richmond
Maguigan James J., dealer, 5 S 5th, h 42d & Pratt
Maguigan John C., stationer, 1230 Poplar
Maguigan Mary E., trimmings, 110 Richmond
1864 Biddle's/McElroy's directory, p.490
Maguigan Arthur, fruitdealer, 41st n Pratt
Maguigan Arthur, Jr., fruitdealer, 41st n Pratt
Maguigan John C., carrier, 1311 Poplar
Maguigan Joseph, gentleman, 41st n Pratt
Maguigan Maggie, dressmaker, 41st n Pratt
1867 Gopsill's directory, p.875
Maguigan Edward J., clerk, h 1417 Otis
Maguigan John C., paper carrier, h 1529 Ogden
1868 Gopsill's directory, p.1083
Maguigan Arthur, fruit, S 5th c Merchant, h 29 N 41st, W P
Maguigan Arthur, Jr., fruit, S 5th c Merchant, h 29 N 41st, W P
Maguigan Edward J., clerk, h 713 [?] E Thompson
Maguigan Hugh, roofer, h 7 Belgrade pl
Maguigan James, laborer, h 16 Watt
Maguigan John C., paper carrier, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan Thomas, student, h 1324 S 15th
1869 Gopsill's directory, page 1013
Maguigan Arthur, fruit, S 5th c Market, h 29 N 41st, W P
Maguigan Edward J., bookkeeper, Girard av c N Front, h 1417 Otis
Maguigan Francis G., boxmaker, h 10 Belgrade pl
Maguigan Hugh, roofer, h 7 Belgrade pl
Maguigan John C., papercarrier, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan Joseph B., fruiter, S 5th c Minor, h 1733 Barker
Maguigan James, laborer, h 6 McKee's av
1871 Gopsill's directory, p.980
Maguigan Arthur, fruit, N 5th c Merchant; h 29 N 41st, W P
Maguigan Arthur, Jr., salesman, N 5th c Merchant, h 29 N 41st, W P
Maguigan Edward J., clerk, N Front c Girard av, h 2027 Cedar
Maguigan John, florist, h 1637 Bodine
1874 Gopsill's directory, p.900
Maguigan Edward J., bookkpr, h 1357 Palmer
Maguigan James, laborer, h 3622 Grape
Maguigan John, florist, h 1631 Bodine
Maguigan John C., carrier, h 1304 Parrish
Maguigan Joseph B., fruits, 42 N Del av, h 29 N 41st
Maguigan W. J., h 904 Souder
1876 Gopsill's directory, p.1017
Maguigan Edward J., bookkeeper, h 1357 Palmer
Maguigan Hugh, roofer, 1325 Palmer
Maguigan John, weaver, h 1521 Gtn av
Maguigan John C., carrier, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan Joseph B., produce, 42 N Del av
Maguigan William E., lithogr, h 1330 Warnock
1878 Costa's directory, p.1049
Maguigan Edward J., bookkeeper, Girard av c N Front, h 1417 Otis
Maguigan Frank, carrier, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan Hugh, roofing, 1325 Palmer
Maguigan John, fruit, h 3913 Elm
Maguigan John, laborer, h 829 Fernon
Maguigan John C., carrier, h 1529 Ogden
1879 directory, p.1085
Maguigan Arthur (A. & J. Maguigan), h 919 N 42d
Maguigan A. & J. (Arthur & John), fruits, S 5th c Merchant
Maguigan Charles H., goldbeater, h 1302 Parrish
Maguigan Edward J., bookkpr, h 521 Richmond
Maguigan Frank H., carrier, h 1302 Parrish
Maguigan Hugh, roofing, 1325 Palmer
Maguigan James, gardener, h 3622 Grape
Maguigan John (A. & J. Maguigan), h 3913 Elm
Maguigan John C., carrier, h 1302 Parrish
1881 Gopsill's directory, p.1104
Maguigan Arthur, h 921 N 42d
Maguigan Arthur, Jr. (A. & J. Maguigan), h 921 N 42d
Maguigan A. & J. (Arthur & John), fruits, S 5th c Merchant
Maguigan Charles H., goldbeater, h 1223 Hamilton
Maguigan Edward J., bkkpr, h 521 Richmond
Maguigan Frank H., carrier, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan Frank J., cutter, h 1337 Palmer
Maguigan Hugh, laborer h 3 Bride pl
Maguigan Hugh, roofer, h 1325 Palmer
Maguigan John (A. & J. Maguigan), h 3913 Elm
Maguigan John C., sec, 118 S 7th, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan John T., soapmaker, h 1529 Ogden
Maguigan Joseph, clerk, h 921 N 42d

spouse's death notice

[death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer Thursday 21 January 1875, page 5]
[transcribed from GenealogyBank, 23 August 2013]

MAGUIGAN.--On the 19th inst., MARY E, wife of Edward J. Maguigan, and daughter of John H. and the late Mary Medlam, in her 34th year.

The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her husband, No. 1357 Palmer street, on Friday afternoon next, 22d inst., at 2 o'clock. To proceed to Hanover Street Vault.

death certificate

[death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 16 November 1909, #25640, Edward Joseph Maguigan]
[source: www.familysearch.org (viewed 19 Nov 08)]

RECORD OF A DEATH IN PHILADELPHIA.
25640
PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATE.
Full Name of Deceased, Edward Joseph Maguigan
Sex, Male
Color, White
Widower
Date of Birth. 1841 May 31
Date of Death. 1909 November 16
Age. Years 68 Months 5 Days 16

I HEREBY CERTIFY, That I attended deceased from Feby 1904 to November 16 1909, that I last saw him alive on November 16, 1909, and that death occurred, on the date stated above, at one AM. The CAUSE OF DEATH was as follows:

Chief, Chronic Interstitial Nephritis, Duration Five Years
Contributing, Pulmonary Edema, Duration [blank] Mos. 5 Days
Signed, M. DeFord M.D.
Residence, 2116 N. 16th St
UNDERTAKER'S CERTIFICATE
Occupation, Clerk
Place of Birth, Phila
Birthplace of Father, Ireland
Birthplace of Mother, Ireland
Name of Father, Hugh Maguigan
Maiden Name of Mother, Winifred " [sc. Maguigan] can not get [sic]
Last Place of Residence (This need only be given when it is other than the place of death.) [blank]
Place of Death, Street and No. 2337 N Carlisle St.
Ward, wherein death occurred, 28th
Buried From, Street and No., " " "
Date of Burial, Nov 20th 1909
Place of Burial, Greenwood Cem
D H Fitlow [?] Undertaker
Residence, 341 Richmond St.

death notice

[death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer 17 November 1909, page 7, Edward J Maguigan]

MAGUIGAN.--On November 16, 1909, Capt EDWARD J MAGUIGAN, son of the late Hugh and Winifred Maguigan, aged 69 years. Relatives and friends, also St John's Lodge, No 115, F and AM; Columbia Mark Lodge, No 91, F and AM, Chosen Friends' Lodge No 160 [?] IOOF; Grand Lodge K of P; Shekinah Lodge, No 23, K of P; Thermopylae Senate No 3, Order of Sparta; Walter S Newhall Post, No 7, GAR; Encampment No 20, UVL; Newhall Lodge, No 1 of Philadelphia; Survivors' Association, 91st Regt. PV, and all organizations of which he was a member, are invited to attend the funeral, on Saturday, at 1 PM, from his late residence, 2337 N Carlisle st. To proceed to Monument Cemetery Vault Interment private at Greenwood Cemetery.


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