Left to Right, Standing - *Michael Twomey, *Patrick
Tracey, James Carroll, *Daniel Lydon,
3d Row Back - Charles Connell, Michael Lynch, Peter Carr, Charles
H. Sweeney, Edward Kelley
Edward McKenna, William O'Brien, Joseph DeLaney
2nd Row Center - *Cornelius Mulcahy, Eugene Devaney, *Patrick
Toole, Martin Reddy, Edward Cooney, *William McDonald, Dennis
Desmond, James R. Hanlan
1st Row Front - William Silney, Thomas Coursey, *John Leary, *James
McCarthy, William Lydon,
*James McCarthy, Thomas J. Coursey, John Coursey, Daniel R.
Hawkins - Standing,
William Groden - Absent
down the street and they marched right back again."
The Times presents a
picture of the Catholic Temperance Cadets of 40 years ago as they
looked just before the Fourth of July celebration in this city in 1891.
Long time residents of Geneva will recognize many familiar faces in the
aggregation of budding citizens.
David B. Hill, governor of
the state, was the city's guest of honor on the 4th of July 40 years
ago as the Catholic Temperance Cadets proudly marched in parade before
him led by none other than Daniel R. Hawkins, now Geneva's genial court
officer, in spite of his fierce moustache. We recognize among the
cadets such well-known citizens as James R. Hanlon, Peter Carr, Charles
H. Sweeney, Martin Reddy, Thomas J. Coursey and others. For your
information the names of all the cadets are given. The picture was
given The Times some time ago by the late Colonel C. W. Fairfax.
Identification of the group was made by Daniel Hawkins, the captain of
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