From the Chippewa Herald Telegram, Monday Dec. 2, 1940. Margaret Hanrahan Regan was a granddaughter of Patrick and Johannah Hogan through their daughter Mary Rose:

Mrs. C. T. Regan Taken by Death

Services for Former Chippewa Resident to Be Held Here Tuesday

Mrs. Charles T. Regan, an esteemed and well-known former resident of Chippewa Falls, passed away Sunday morning at the home of her son, Robert Regan, in New Lennox, Ill., after a short illness.

Mrs. Regan was born Margaret Hanrahan October 14, 1858 in Milwaukee., Wis., and she came to Chippewa Falls with her parents at the age of two years. Her marriage to Charles T. Regan occurred at Notre Dame church in August 1880, and they continued to reside in Chippewa Falls. After the death of Mr. Regan in 1922, Mrs. Regan made her home with her children, although she visited here often. She is survived by three daughters and four sons, Mary of New York, Charles and John of Chicago, Robert, New Lennox, Mrs. Willard Bunn, Springfield, and Frank of Shreveport, La. Also surviving are nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Mrs. Regan was a charter member of the Faber Reading Circle and an honorary member of the Chippewa Falls Women's Club.

The remains will lie in state at the Morris Funeral Home until the hour of the funeral. Services will take place Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Charles church, with Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. B. Kaiser officiating assisted by Rev. Jas. R. Murphy and Rev. J. Howard Brown of Elroy, Wis. Interment will be in Hope cemetery.

From the same paper, Tuesday, December 3, 1940:


Funeral services for the late Mrs. Charles T. Regan were held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Charles church, with Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. L. Kaiser as the celebrant at the requiem high mass, Father James R. Murphy, of Elroy, as deacon, and Father J. Howard Browne, of Elroy, as sub-deacon. The sermon was preached by Father Browne, who paid Mrs. Regan a high tribute. Interment took place in Hope cemetery, pallbearers being John Brooks, Robert, Thomas Jennings, Richard Pinch, Fred Bigler and Louis Piotrowski. Out-of-town people attending included: Charles Regan of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. John Regan of Joliet, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Regan of New Lennox, Ill., Mrs. Paul McKay of Chicago, Mrs. Willard Bunn and two sons, Willard, Jr., and George of Springfield, Ill.; Fathers James R. Murphy and Howard Browne of Elroy.