|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Julian Aube "Joseph"•Ryan|
|Other names||Joseph Aube Ryan|
|Born||23 November 1879 in Brooklyn, New York, New York (USA)|
|Died||30 April 1972 in Milton, Massachusetts (USA)|
|Affiliations||Seawanhaka Boat Club, New York (USA)|
Joe Ryan had the stroke-oar for New York’s Seawanhaka Boat Club in the pair at the 1904 Olympics. His bowman was Robert Farnam. Ryan had won the Eagle Cup at Flushing Bay in 1902. He had various business careers, working initially as a clerk and then in manufacturing in Brooklyn. He and his wife, the former Sadie Hawkins, moved to New Haven, Connecticut in 1910. They moved to Beverly, Massachusetts in the late 1920 and then to Holbrook, Massachusetts, where he owned a shoe firm and worked as a shoe broker, and then as a credit manager for Yunits Engineering in Holbrook.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1904 Summer Olympics||Rowing||USA||Joseph Ryan|
|Coxless Pairs, Men (Olympic)||Robert Farnan||1||Gold|
|Coxless Pairs, Intermediate , Men (Olympic (non-medal))||Robert Farnan||1|
Engaged to Sadie Hawkins, born September 1885, in 1905.
Married Miss Sadie Hawkins, daughter of Charles Munson Hawkins of New Haven, Connecticut, at 22 February 1906 in St. Mary’s church in New. Haven.
Created: Paul Tchir at February 21, 2019 00:57, Last edited: Taavi Kalju at November 17, 2019 11:41