Jeremiah Heagerty II 34
- Born: Aug 1880, New York 34
1894 -- Syracuse, NY -- Dec. 1 dateline Syracuse NY Evening Herald -- "Heagerty-Andrews. At St. Marys church this morning occurred the marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews of Sterline to "Jerry" Heagerty, the well-known fruit and commission merchant of this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Fournier in the presence of only the immediate families of the contracting parties. After a wedding tour to the metropolis Mr. and Mrs. Heagerty will return to Oswego to reside."
1914 -- Oswego Daily Times, 12-1-1914 "Mr. Heagerty Patents New Barrel Press. Intends to have appliance manufactured in Oswego. Jeremiah Heagerty, president of the Heagerty Cold Storage Co., has been granted a patent on an improved barrel press. Application for the patent was made in August, 1911, but papers were not issued by the government until November 24, 1914. It is presumed that the delay was caused in the patent office to permit investigating other press patents to see if any infringement was being made.
Mr. Heagerty says the new press will permit the pressing of fruit in a barrel without injury to the fruit. The new press is a double acting screw with right and left thread. The idea came to Mr. Heagery one day while in the country inspecting orchards. So far as known there is nothing like this press on the market.
According to the inventor the press will be made in Oswego at the plant of the Oswego Tool Co. It is being used exclusively at the Heagerty plant and has met with pronounced success..."
Noted events in his life were:
• Residence, 8 Jun 1900, 136 Seneca, Oswego, Oswego, NY. 34 Living here are Jeremiah as head, daughters Catherine, Helen, Margaret, and Anna and sons William J., and Jeremiah.
• Occupation: Clerk, Commission House, 8 Jun 1900, Oswego, Oswego County, NY. 34