Hotel Fealy, New Vienna Ohio [later Wells Mfg.] Corner of Main & South St., Built in 1883, diagonally across from Train Depot. c1910
Harold Hiestand Uible (~9) and Katherine McCabe Fealy (~69, born 1865) at back of her house which was next door to CJ Uible house on Main St., New Vienna, Ohio c1934
Katherine (1865-?) and her husband, William Fealy (1864-?) were both born in Ohio, though their parents were all from Ireland. In 1900 they lived in a rental house in New Vienna along with Katherine's widowed father, James McCabe (1830-?). Their neighbors included Ray Gilliland, Dudley & Cora Borden, Mary Leverton, Roy Brown, Pleasant & Pearl Wright, William Ruble and the Chaney family which included Harry, Clarence, and Benton. William is listed without a occupation in the 1900 census.
William Fealy's parents, William Sr. (1829-1914) and Ellen (1833-?) and two of their ten children, Ellen (1862-?) and Mary (1874-?) are also shown as living in Green Township. William's occupation is listed as Hotel Keeper, though he is shown as living in a rental house. Four boarders are also shown as living in that residence, a landlord - Thomas Rodgers (1824-?); Machinist - George Sharp (1873-?); Typesetter - Thomas Ludlen (1871-? from Ireland) and Druggist Proprietor - John Bettatas (1844-?). The William & Lydia Fox family lived next door. William Fox was a saloon-keeper, probably at the hotel. A Fox family was later associated with the hotel and saloon.
In 1910 Katherine is listed as living with her 12-year-old niece, Agnes McCabe. In 1920 Katherine is living alone on Main St. in New Vienna. Her neighbors include: Charles & Sarah Williams, the Merrill family, Jane & Jennie Woodmansee, Ellen Honline, Isaac & Hallie Pendall, and Edward and Olive Brown. (Olive 1862-?) is an author of an early version of New Vienna history.