Daly, Henry P.

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Henry P. Daly Soundex Code D400

Henry P. Daly was born in Canada and worked as an Executive.

Daly served as the President of the Rogers Park Village Board in 1888 and 1891.

History of Cook County, Illinois; The Earliest Period to the Present Time; Complete in One Volume, 1884, page 462

Biographical Sketches of Rogers Park

Henry P. Daly was born in Quebec, Canada, Wednesday, December 13, 1843. From 1857 to 1860 he was engaged in the lumber trade with Le Masurier, Tilestone & Co. When he went to New York City and was employed as a bookkeeper in the linen department of the house of A.T. Stewart. In 1866, he came to Chicago and went into the employ of Field, Palmer & Leiter up to 1868 when he became bookkeeper for J.V. Farwell & Co. up to 1875.

He then went into the dyeing business on First Avenue as firm of Run & Co., for two years. In 1879, he was employed as bookkeeper for the Exposition Corporation, and since 1880 has been assistant secretary of the same.

Mr. Daly has resided in Rogers Park since May 1875. He was married to Mary Daly, nee: Mary Slater, of New York City, Wednesday, April 11, 1866.

They have have five children:

Catharine Daly

Edward B. Daly

Caroline Daly

Henry Daly

Mary Daley

and one deceased, Ruth Daly.

Chicago Blue Book

Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. Daly were listed in the 1890 Chicago Blue Book, page 617. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. Daly were listed in the 1891 Chicago Blue Book, page 709. This issue does not list the addresses of Rogers Park residents.

Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. Daly were listed in the 1892 Chicago Blue Book, page 757. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. Daly and daughter lived at 807 Touhy Avenue, in the 1895 Chicago Blue Book, page 298. This was the first issue to provide addresses of Rogers Park residents.

Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. Daly and daughter lived at 807 Touhy Avenue, in the 1897 Chicago Blue Book, page 300.