THOMAS HAYDEN


From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 999

THOMAS HAYDEN, proprietor of livery stable built in 1877, located on Washington avenue, owns a stable, also residence on Broom street; is a native of Ireland, was born in 1831; came to the United States in 1849, and was fireman on the H. R. R.R., and afterward engineer on the N. Y. & E. R.R. Was married in Newburg, N.Y., to Miss Bridget ALLWELL, in 1855, she as formerly from Ireland; they have had six children, lost four, the living are Annie and Alice. Has been Alderman three years in the Third Ward. He and his family are connected with St Raphael's Church. Has considerable real estate in the city; keeps seventeen horses and all needed vehicles, also keeps a hearse; his stock is all available for livery purposes, as he runs no omnibus line. Was six years in New York State, and immediately after marriage came West and settled in Madison; has been railroad contractor, dealer in real estate and also engaged in the wood business; began the livery business in 1873; is a thrifty business man.


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