Bio: Danks, Annie (25 Jan. 1900)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Danks, Mcbride, Hamblin, Gray, Marguentt, Dailey, Dussault

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 01/25/1900

Mrs. M. Danks went to Dale, last Friday, on account of the sickness of a daughter of Charles Danks, who was quite low with appendicitis and not expected to live.

1900 Federal Census, June 2, ED 17 Colby town Colby city Ward West, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 2, dwelling 23, family 29, by George F. Dailey

Mozer Danks, white, married, male photographer
father's birthplace: New York
mother's birthplace: Ireland
years married: 19
estimated marriage year: 1881

Household Members
head Mozer Danks M 44 (Apr 1856) Wisconsin
wife Annie Danks F 42 (Nov 1858) Wisconsin, photographer, both parents b. Ireland, 0 children
servant Martha Marguentt F 18 (Oct 1882) Wisconsin
boarder John Gray M 31 (May 1869) Wisconsin
boarder W S Hamblin M 20 (Jun 1880) Michigan
boarder Albert J Dussault M 20 (Mar 1880) Wisconsin
boarder James L Mcbride M 52 (Apr 1848) Michigan
boarder Norman Mcbride M 21 (Aug 1879) Michigan

1905 Wisconsin State Census, Colby, Clark, Wisconsin, pg. 46, family 138, line 75

Anna Danks, white, widowed female
place of birth: parent 1: Wisconsin
place of birth: parent 2: Wisconsin

Household Members
head Anna Danks F 46y Wisconsin
daughter Elsie Danks F 15y (1890) Wisconsin

1920 Federal Census, Portage, Wisconsin

Anna Danks, white female
marital status: Widowed
father's birthplace: Wisconsin
mother's birthplace: Ireland

Household Members
self Anna Danks F 61y Wisconsin
Harriet Warner F 22y Wisconsin

Wisconsin Death Records

M. Danks
gender: Male
burial place: New Sandon
death date: 11 Feb 1905
death place: Marshfield, Wood, Wisconsin
age: 54
birth date: 1851
occupation: Photographer
race: White
marital status: Married
father's name: Mr. Danks



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