Cook County, Illinois
CABUAER, Bertha - Mrs. Bertha Cabuaer, 6538 Cottage Grove av., dead after fall
down stairs of home. ["The Day Book", (Chicago, Ill.),
May 03, 1915, Sub. by Src #22]
CAHILL, Mrs. Bridget - at late residence, 199 S. Jefferson st. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 2, at 10 o'clock from 1535 Harvard st. to Our Lady of Sorrors Church to Calvary. Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Jan 1, 1900; pg. 5, col. 5. Submitted by source #6
CAHILL, Gerald R. -- DOB: Saturday 24 April 1931; DOD: Wednesday 1 Feb 2012
Cahill, Gerald R. "Gerry", Age 81, of Brookfield. Dear son of the late George and Margaret (nee McCarthy) Cahill. Beloved husband of Loretta A. "Laurie" Cahill (nee Hargarten). Loving and caring Dad of Maura Weldzius, Jody (David) Kunzweiler, Phil (Michelle) Cahill, Laureen (Rick Sutherland) Cahill, and Dan (Kathy) Cahill. Proud and devoted Grandpa of Tim (Amanda), Dave, Sharon, and Ryan Weldzius; Becky (Dan) Markowski and Megan Kunzweiler; Katelyn and Kevin Cahill; Kelsey, Luke and Liam Cahill; and great-Grandpapa of Eva and Caroline Weldzius. Dear brother of the late Kevin (the late Betty) Cahill, Marian (the late Mac) McGonigal, Terrence Cahill, Robert (the late Joan) Cahill, and James (Mary Jane) Cahill. Gerry is a dedicated uncle to many nieces and nephews. Gerry is survived by faithful friend Sr. Carmelita Stinn, SFCC, dear friend Marge Moskos, and caring friend Lisa Sill. Lifelong White Sox fan will now watch games from his celestial skybox. Funeral Saturday, February. 4, 10:30 a.m. from JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 3847 Prairie Ave., Brookfield to St. Barbara Church for Mass at 11 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation on Friday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. For info (708) 485-0214. [Chicago Sun Times, Feb 3, 2012 - Sub by FoFG]
CAHILL, Margaret - nee Ryan, April 25 , formerly of 48th-pl, widow of the late Patrick, mother of Anastasia Sablich. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m. sharp, from residence of daughter, 4558 Lowe-av. to St. Gabriel's church. Interment in family lot at Mount Olivet. Particulars Yards 0703. Chicago Tribune, April 26, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CAHN, Celia - of 5050 Sheridan Rd. died Apr. 27, 1946. Beloved sister of Rose, Harry and the late Louis, Pauline and Annie. Services Mon. 2 P.M. at Chapel 5206 Broadway. Interment Rosehill. [Chicago Tribune. Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CAHN, David Cahn, - beloved husband Of Rosalia, father of Louis, Pauline, Mrs. I. Frankenstein, Celia, Rose and Harry, at his residence, 114 East Chicago Ave. Funeral Sunday Jan. 9, 1904, at 1 P.M., by carriage to Rosehill. No flowers. New York and Eau Claire,Wis. papers please copy. [Chicago Tribune. Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CAHN, Harry - of Somerset Hotel, beloved brother of the late Rose Cahn, died May 1, 1957. Service Private. Burial Rosehill. [Chicago Tribune. Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CAHN, Pauline - Jan. 26, 1934, beloved sister of Celia, Rose, Harry and the late Louis and Annie. Services at her late residence, 1016 Argyle St. Mon. Jan. 29 at 1 P.M. Interment Rosehill cemetery [Chicago Tribune. Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CAHN, Rosalia - Feb. 8, 1923. Fond mother of Louis, Pauline,Celia, Rose and Harry, and the late Annie. Funeral from her late residence, 365 W. Chicago Ave., Monday Feb. 12, at 11 A.M. Interment at Rosehill cemetery. [Chicago Tribune. Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CAHN, Rose L.- late of 5050 Sheridan Rd. died May 13, 1956. Dear sister of Harry. Services Mon. 1 P.M. at chapel 5206 Broadway. Interment Rosehill cemetery. [Chicago Tribune. Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CALDWELL, Clara L., 42; 445 N. Washtenaw-av., April 21. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
CALKINS, Elias A. -- Born in the town of Royalton, Niagara county, N.Y., in 1828. Came to Wisconsin in early boyhood. Died at Chicago, November 24, 1904. [Source: Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at its 53rd Annual Meeting held November 9, 1905 (pub. 1906) Wisconsin Necrology, 1904-05; pages 130-142; by Mary Stuart Foster; MZ, Sub by FoFG]
CALLAHAN, William J., beloved husband of Irene Pyne Callahan; fond son of the late Joseph and Helen Callahan; brother of Mary Hipskind, Bernadine Ennis, Lucille Morrison, and Shirley Murphy. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m., from The Chapel, 2100 W. 95th street, at Hoyne avenue, Crane Funeral Directors, to Most Holy Redeemer church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Asbestos Workers union, No. 17. 239-3747. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CALVERT, William H. of Vane, Calvert & Co., St. Louis, suicided at Chicago on the night of the 30th, with a revolver. He had been staying in a sanitarium, under treatment, it is said, for insomnia. The Ava Advertiser, Ava, Jackson County, Illinois... Friday, November 7, 1890
CAMELI, Eva -- nee De Angelo, age 91. Longtime resident of Chicago Heights. Wife of the late Caesar. Mother of 3 including the late Elaine [Carleton] Bell. Grandmother of 9, great-grandmother of 13. Sister of Lydia Corradetti, Vienna Mc Kenzie, John, and Valentino De Angelo, and the late Mary, Frank, and Adam De Angelo. At Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W. 14th St. [US Rt. 30, 3 blks. E. of Western Ave.] Chicago Heights on Sunday from 3 to 8 PM. Funeral Services Monday 10:30 AM. Burial Beverly Cemetery.
Other Surnames include: Filippi [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Feb 23, 2003, pg A-18 - Submitted by Source #134]
CAMP -- James H. Camp, 34, a Chicago police officer who was a member of the gang tactical unit in the Prairie District on the South Side, died Tuesday after he was shot on duty during a check of a suspected stolen car. Mr. Camp, who was born in Peoria, joined the Police Department in May 1994. He received 23 honorable mentions for exemplary work, a department spokesman said. "He was one of those guys who was really for the people," said Sgt. Stephen Sherwin, Mr. Camp's boss. "He thought he was making adifference with the gangs and drugs," said his wife, Opal. "He just wanted to do his best. . . . It was a great loss because we were just starting out. Now I'm empty." He is also survived by three brothers, John Major, Rodney Davis Major and Tony; a sister, Mary Galloway; and a stepfather, Meredith Palmer. Visitation will be from 1 to 10 p.m. Monday at Cage Funeral Home, 7651 S. Jeffrey Blvd., Chicago. Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, 2132 E. 72nd St., Chicago. [Chicago Tribune (IL) - Friday, March 12, 1999]
CAMP - Samuel Willington -- Died at Chicago, March 22 of heart disease, Samuel Willington Camp, aged 23 years, 2 months 18 days
The telegraph of Thursday a.m. of last week bore the sad tidings to the friends in Henry and elsewhere of the sudden death of Samuel Willington Camp at Chicago, on the night of March 22d, at 11 p.m. He was taken ill Tuesday afternoon while riding with a friend, and so violent was the attack that he was taken into a dwelling close at hand, a physician summoned and the sick man kindly cared for; but he rapidly grew worse, vomiting blood ensued, and as nothing could be done for him he gradually sank until death ended his sufferings in the hands of strangers, being sick but 30 hours. The coroner of Chicago was notified of his death, and a verdict was rendered "Death by heart disease."
Samuel was born in Henry, January 4, 1853, in the room over the store now occupied by Mr. Ed Kline as a gun shop, known since as "Morse's gallery." His boyhood days were spent in Henry, and his many social qualities, pleasant address and tender years, won him a warm place in the esteem and affection of all our citizens. His opportunities were good, and doting parents done all in their power for an only son. His father dying six years ago, a considerable estate was inherited, and with a portion of it he embarked in the drug business at Chicago with his brother-in-law, Mr. J. Finley Baker. This not proving remunerative, the store was sold to other parties and the partnership dissolved. Thence Samuel, for information, studied law points one year, with an able lawyer friend of his in Iowa, supplementing that with the expectation of going through a full course at Rush medical college, at which he was a student at the time of his death, and had been for upwards of two years.
The estate of Mr. S. W. Camp consists of $24,000 in notes and real estate securities. Also a farm consisting of 380 acres near Gilman, containing two dwellings, an artesian well, orchards, etc., well enclosed with hedge fence. Also an undivided 10 acre lot at Chicago, and 22 city lots at Melrose, in suburban Chicago. He had also three horses, a new carriage, and a large amount of other property not necessary to enumerate here. He had also a paid up life insurance of $10,000 on the New York Mutual. This estate doubtless goes to his sister, Mrs. J. Finley Baker, the only surviving member of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Snider responded to the telegram, and took charge of the remains at Chicago. The body was covered with a black satin shroud, very fine and white vest, and encased in a rich metallic casket, the top so arranges as to show the full length figure of the deceased. Delivered at the C., R. I. & P. depot, the cost was $205. The body arrived at Henry Saturday morning, and the funeral took place at the Presbyterian church, Sunday morning, the services being conducted by Rev. John Winn, from the text; Psalms 1xvi 10. "Be still and learn that I am God." The pall bearers were associates of Mr. Camp during his life time, consisting of Mr. George Guyer, Mr. L. E. Ellsworth, Mr. B. Crane, Mr. H. Ketchum, Mr. William Scholes and Mr. Lucian Eulver. The church was thronged with sympathizing relatives ant friends. The services were unusually impressive and the singing of the choir very sweet.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Finely Baker, the latter the sister of the deceased, came on from Philadelphia, reaching Chicago in time to accompany the remains to Henry. At the funeral, Mrs. Baker was so overcome with grief that she had to be taken from the church, and was very kindly cared for at the residence of Mr. Frank Kleinhenz. To her the affliction is very great, for within six years, she has followed to the grave a father, a mother, a birdling of her own household, and now her only brother. Those present from abroad at the funeral besides those already mentioned were Mrs. N. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Griffin of Castleton; Miss Jennie Ward of Wyoming, Mr. Tapping and Miss Bell Tapping of Peoria, and Samuel Snider, who has spent the winter at Scranton, Pa.
Of the causes for Mr. Camp's death, just one word need be said. It pains us to know that he had to die at so early an age. But Chicago life is intoxicating, and one is drawn into the maelstrom from whence escape is impossible, hardly e'er he is aware of it. Samuel had noble qualities of head and heart, and we drop a tear over the grave now so fresh and green from youthful indiscretion - that it must be so. The lesson of warning is, shun the short comings of others, for we are poor human nature likewise. Let us beware, lest we fall - choosing that better part "that shall not be taken from us." [Taken From the Henry Republican, Marshall County, IL March 30, 1876, - Submitted by Source #25]
CAMPBELL, Ray C. - April 15 , late of 825 Oakdale-av., beloved husband of Rose Campbell, fond father of Raymond, son of Mrs. Ella Campbell, brother of Mrs. Loretta Anderson. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m. at chapel, 3176 N. Clark-st., under the auspices of Boulevard lodge, No. 882, A.F. & A.M. Interment Rosehill
CAMPBELL, Edgar E., of 2158 W. 107th-pl., husband of the late Avery Campbell. Funeral at Morgan Park Methodist, Episcopal church, 110th and Longwood dr. Wednesday, April 16, at 2 p.m. Dallas, Tex. papers please copy. Chicago Tribune, April 16, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CAMERON, Joseph Blue - [Card of Thanks] The widow of the late Joseph Blue Cameron wishes to thank their friends for the beautiful floral offerings, kindness and sympathy shown for her late sorrow. Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CANARY, Mary - nee Danahey, of 4153 Jackson-blvd., fond wife of John, beloved mother of Elizabeth and John Jr. Interment Wednesday at Brooksville, Ky. Kindly omit flowers. Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CANNON, Bridget, 52; 2834 Wabash-av., April 21. CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6
CANNON - Catherine T. Cannon (nee Bolger), 74, a homemaker and former bookkeeper for a candy-distribution company, died Thursday in her Niles home.
A native of the West Side, Mrs. Cannon graduated from Marshall High School and began her career as a bookkeeper with Turner Bros., a mirror and picture frame company. Mrs. Cannon had stopped working to raise their children, but she returned to employment as a bookkeeper in 1957 when her husband, John, opened Arcan Distributors on the West Side. She remained with the company until it closed in 1971. The couple were also active in the Peleliu Survivors, a group of World War II veterans of the battle for Peleliu, an island in the South Pacific.
Mrs. Cannon's daughter Cathy Cannon recalled that although her mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in August, she insisted on attending the group's latest reunion in September. "It brought some closure to these relationships that she and my father had maintained. . . . I know she died a more peaceful death, knowing that she could go back and see these people," Cathy Cannon said. Mrs. Cannon was also active with the Council of Catholic Women at Immaculate Conception Parish, and through the years served the mothers clubs at Resurrection and Notre Dame High Schools.
Visitation was in Colonial-Wojciechowski Funeral Home, Niles. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Dec. 2 in Immaculate Conception Church. Burial was in Maryhill Cemetery, Niles. [Chicago Tribune (IL) - Monday, December 1, 1997 - Sub. by Src. #10]
CANNON - John P. Cannon, 74, a retired wholesale distributor of candies and sundries, was a survivor of the World War II South Pacific battle for the island of Peleliu. Last year, he attended the 50th anniversary commemorative ceremonies for those who were killed there.
A resident of Niles, he died at home. "He had just had six weeks of radiation treatment for lung cancer when he went back to the island for those ceremonies in September 1994," said his daughter, Cathy. "I went with him and remember him stating why he went. It was because of the friends he had buried there." His daughter quoted Mr. Cannon as saying, "The rest of us have been able to see our children and grandchildren. I wanted to go back in order to pay tribute to those who didn't get that chance."
The 2-mile-wide coral island lies 800 miles southwest of Guam and provided an ideal landing strip first for the Japanese and after the battle for the Allies. The fight for it started in September 1944 and lasted two months, with the American-led forces suffering 1,618 dead and 6,965 wounded. Mr. Cannon, an ordnance man for the Marines, arrived on the beaches five hours after the battle began and stayed on the island for a year and a day. After the war, he operated Arcan, a distributing firm that served the greater Chicago area.
Survivors, besides his daughter, include his wife, Catherine; a son, Jay; another daughter, Judy Kantorowicz; and four grandchildren.
Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Thursday in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 7211 W. Talcott Rd. Niles [Chicago Tribune (IL) - Thursday, October 5, 1995 - Sub. by Src. #10]
CANNON -- Julia Cannon, nee Cawley, beloved wife of Hugh; dear mother of Hugh, James, Maureen Jurgenson, Kathleen Curley; grandmother of Cheryl and Billy Curley, Jill and John Jurgenson, Colleen and Kimberly Cannon; sister of Catherine Schneider of Chicago, Anthony, James, Patrick and Michael of England and the late Jane Highland. Resting at Cooney Funeral Home, 3552 Southport Av. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., to Our Lady of Mercy Church. Interment St. Joseph. Native of Ballintleava, Westport, County Mayo, Ireland. [1974-10-08, Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #101]
CAPASSO -- In Memory of Armand A. Capasso: Born Aug. 10, 1920 -- Entered eternal life Jan. 6, 1999 [Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - August 10, 1999 - Submitted by #67]
CAREY, Thomas-- beloved husband of Laura Wall Carey, father of Mrs. Frank Collins, Eugene Carey, Mrs. Frank Monahan, Margaret, Robert, Helen and William Carey: brother of Mrs Mary Roth, Mrs. Catherine O Rourke and Michael Harrington, Will arrive at his residence, 5333 Hyde Park Blvd., Monday noon, Sept 7. Funeral Tuesday, Sept 8 at 9:30 a.m. to the Church of St Thomas the Apostle Internment at Mount Olivet. For information call Yards 0124. (Submitted by Source #149)
CARLYLE, Mrs. Mary, formerly of Riverdale, passed away Feb. 21, 1967 in Largo, Fla., mother of James and Mrs. Rita Struven; sister of six; grandmother of 12; great-grandmother of four. Visitation Friday, 2 to 10 p.m., Brown Funeral Home, 13820 Lincoln avenue, Dolton, Ill. Mass Saturday, Feb. 25, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary's. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. 849-5450. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CARNEY, Anna O'Hara - beloved wife of the late Edward, fond mother of William
Burns, Margaret, Edward and Mrs. F.J. Ford. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from her late residence, 8044 Loomis-blvd to
St. Sabina's church. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. Stewart 7700. Chicago
Tribune, July 29, 1933. Submitted by source #6
CARROLL, Ellen M. -- nee McGoldrick, 94, of Chicago, formerly of Naples, Florida, native of Charleston, County Sligo, Ireland. Beloved wife of the late Patrick J. Devoted mother of 9 including the late Eugene, Michael and Kevin Carroll, Proud grandmother of 23. Great grandmother of 20. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation Sunday 3 to 9 PM. Funeral Monday 9:15 AM from Kenny Brothers, 3600 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park to St. Cajetan Church. Mass 10AM Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Former member of St. Anne's Altar & Rosary Society, Napes, Fl. In lieu of flowers, Masses preferred.
Other Surnames include: Jacques, Morrison
(Yes one is spelled Napes & the other Naples. I do not know whether the newspaper made a typo or if they are different communities.) [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Feb 23, 2003, pg A-18 - Submitted by Source #134]
CARROLL, Patrick W., 665 Warren-av., April 20. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
CARTER -- Eugene Carter, one of the best known billiard experts in the world, died at his home in Chicago, Jan. 2. Lung trouble, following a severe cold contracted last July, was the immediate cause of his death. No player perhaps was better known among billiard players on both sides of the Atlantic than Carter. He was a brilliant manipulator of the ivory balls and was a remarkable three-cushion player, although he preferred balk line for big matches. Carter followed the game from childhood. He was born in Toledo forty-eight years ago and began to play his favorite game when sixteen years old. As far back as 1873 Carter was known for his ability in billiards. He was familiarly known as “You Know Me Gene,” because he never refused a match.
[Anadarko Daily Democrat; Anadarko, Oklahoma; February 28, 1902 - submitted by Src #153]
CARTER-- Philip N., aged 33, Dec. 24, 1903. Funeral services Saturday, 2 p.m., at 549 Dearborn-av., Chicago. [Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27]
CARTER, Sine Janson
Chicago, Cook, IL: Mrs. Sine Janson Carter was buried from her parental home here in Albert Lea Saturday afternoon. Relatives and friends filled the home to pay their last tribute. Mrs. Carter who was 48 years old was born on the old homestead and spent her childhood and youth here in Albert Lea. The last few years she has lived with her son who is the agent of the Soo railroad in Harlow, N.D. She went to Chicago a month ago and was operated on for gallstones and appendicitis. Her recovery was rapid. She was preparing to leave the hospital the morning of her death which came suddenly while walking through the hall and was due to a heart embolism. Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Wyman of Minneapolis, Mr. and Dr. Langille of Chicago and Irving Carter of Harlow N.D. were here for the funeral. Besides her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Janson she is survived by her son, Irving, her sisters, Mrs. Wyman, Dr. Janson Langille and Miss Martha Janson. [The Times Enterprise (Albert Lea, MN), April 28, 1915]
CASEL -- A DEADLY COMPACT: Two Chicagoans Agree to Commit Suicide. - One is Dead: The Other Dying. Chicago, April 18 - Casper Casel and William Spania made an agreement Saturday to commit suicide. Casel's body is now lying on a slab at the morgue and Spania is at death's door, as a result of self-inflicted wounds. The men had both had family troubles. They met Saturday and began drinking heavily and while under the influence of liquor made the compact to end their lives. Casel was found dead at his boarding house at 2706 Emerald avenue Sunday morning with a bullet hole in his forehead and a revolover clasped in his hand. Five hours after Casel's body had been discovered Spania cut his throat in a South Halsted street saloon. After his wounds had been dressed at the hospital he related the story of his compact with Casel. The men had intended to die together, but became separated while drunk. Casel came to his country from Germany a month ago. [Source: The Watseka Republican, Watseka, Iroquois county, ILL., Wednesday April 20, 1892; Sub. by dmcneeley]
CASH -- Margaret Cash, nee Cogan, of 8611 S. Justine street, Aug. 5, 1940, fond mother of Mrs. Clara Collins, sister of Mrs. Catherine Morfa, Mrs. Annie Hodges and the late John Cogan. Funeral from chapel, 63rd and Harvard, Friday, August 9 at 9 a.m. to St. Ethelreda’s church. Burial Mount Olivet. [Chicago Tribune, 7 Aug 1940 - Sub. By Src #10]
CASHELL, Mary F., sister of Thomas, aged 23 yrs., native of Parish Kilslynn, Co. Kerry. Funeral from her cousins's resid., John Hartnett, 386 1/2 W. Taylor st. to Mt. Olivet - [July 15, 1899.]
CASHIN, Anna Kwietkus beloved wife of Thomas Cashin, dear mother of Thomas and Dianne Cashin, fond daughter of Petronella Mozuraitis Kwietkus and the late John Kwietkus, fond sister of Agnes Azunis, Helen Skilnik, and the late John Kwietkus. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from residence, 3140 S. Wallace street, to St. David's church. Interment St. Casimir's cemetery. Member of St. David's Altar and Rosary society. Inf. VIctory 2-1158. [dod May 6, 1949] [Chicago Tribune, May 8, 1949 -- Submitted by Source #96]
CASHIN, Thomas J. beloved husband of Frances, nee Sheldon and the late Anna, nee Kwietkus; loving father of Thomas, Dianne Chapp, and Kathleen (Jerry) Kumpf; dear grandfather of Andre Chapp; loving brother of Ella Stresenreuter and Catherine (Sis) Damptz. Funeral Tuesday 9 a. m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 3737 W. 79th St., to St. Bernadette Church. Mass 10 am. Interment St. Casimir Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p. m., Monday. Masses preferred. Member of Fort Dearborn K. of C. No. 773 and Moose Lodge No. 44 and St. Bernadette S. C. 735-4242. [dod May 26, 1979 - Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CASTELLANOS, Laysa of Des Plaines
Services for Laysa Castellanos 17, will be held at 7 p.m. today, at G.L. Hills Funeral Home, 745 Graceland Ave., Des Plaines.
Born Aug. 31, 1981, in Guatamala, she died Friday, Aug. 6, 1999, in Sidney, Neb. A student at Maine West High School, she is survived by her parents, Gordie and Mary Ziniel; grandparents, Silverio and Margarita Vergara and Gordon and Marilyn Ziniel; brothers, Rob and Jim; sister, Jackie; nephew, Rob Jr.; and boyfriend, Greg Kaperski. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. today, at the funeral home. [Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - August 10, 1999, submitted by Source #67]
CERMAK, Raymond Joseph - [In Memoriam] April 27, 1922. And I shall think of you Whenever I am most happy, Whenever I am most sad; Whenever I see a beautiful thing. You are a burning lamp to me, a flame The wind cannot blow out, and I shall hold you High in my hand against whatever darkness. MOTHER, DAD and JUNIOR. Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CERVELLI, John A., beloved husband of Lucy, nee Cesarotti; fond father of Alba (James) Kunst, Lillian (John) Wilkens, and the late James S. Cervelli; dear brother of Santina Nanni, the late Joseph Cesarotti, and Ida Tonietto; grandfather of four. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m., from the Columbian Funeral Home, 6621 W. North avenue, Oak Park, to St. Giles church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment All Saints. Officer of the new Italian union. VI 8-3010 or ES 9-5151. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CHAFFEE, Sarah A., 56; 2262 State-st., April 21. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by Src #6]
CHALDER, Catherine, nee Fitzgerald, beloved wife of the late Joseph, fond mother of Mrs. Willa Monson and Mrs. Else Foster, sister of Mrs. Mary Vernon, Annie and Theresa Fitzgerald, the late Mrs. Deborah Moore, Mrs. Johanna McFadden, Mrs. Eliza Reidy and Mrs. Nora Delahunty. Funeral Monday Nov. 16, 1942l, 10 a.m. from residence 627 Bonnie Brae, River Forest, Ill to St. Luke’s church. Interment All Saints. [Chicago Tribune November 15, 1942 - Sub. by Src #10]
CHALDER -- Joseph Chalder, June 18, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Fitzgerald, fond father of Mrs. Willa Monson and Mrs. Else Foster, brother of Mrs. George Beadle of Russell, Ia., and Mrs. A. L. Hindle, La Salle, Ill. Funeral Monday, June 22, at 9:30am, from residence, Washington blvd., Oak Park, to St. Catherine's Church. Interment All Saints Cemetery. La Salle papers please copy. [Chicago Tribune, 19 June 1931 - Sub by Src #10]
CHANDLER, Mary A. - nee Lange, widow of William B., mother of Oscar A. and Marie F. Bulger, sister of Mrs. Edward Hennessy and the late Caroline A. Landergren and Leonard A. Lange. Funeral Tuesday, April 13, at 9 a.m., from residence, 4909 Dorchester avenue, to St. Ambrose's church. Interment Calvary. Chicago Tribune - April 12, 1943 - submitted by Source #39
CHANDLER, Oscar A. - of Glen Ellyn, loving husband of the late Elizabeth; fond father of Elizabeth Jane, Charles Sheperd, and William Smith Chandler; grandfather of four; brother of Marie F. Bulger. Visitation after 7 p.m. Sunday, at Leonard Memorial Home, 565 Duane street, Glen Ellyn. Funeral mass Tuesday, 10 a.m. at St. Petronille church. Chicago Tribune - July 6, 1964 - submitted by Source #39
CHARNIS - Charles Charnis, beloved husband of Sarah, nee Barr; devoted son of the late Philip and Esther; loving brother of Leni Weiss and the late Betty More, Ann Charnis, Rose Kaplan and Tina Brody; dear brother-in-law of Bernice Barr; cherished uncle of many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and great-nephews. Graveside service Friday, 1:30 p.m. at Westlawn Cemetery, 7801 W. Montrose, Norridgel Lifelong member of B'nai B'rith Lincoln Park-Commonwealth Lodge and esteemed member of Masonic Order for more than 50 years. Contributions to Vitas Corp., 5215 Old Orchard Road, Suite 800, Skokie, 60077 or B'nai B'rith, 9933 N. Lawler, Skokie, 60077. Info. The Weinstein Brothers Willmette Chapel, 708-256-5700 [Chicago Tribune, Thursday, Dec. 7, 1995, Sect. 2, P. 12 - Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
CHASE, Dr. C.W. - once a popular and respected physician of Chicago, and widely known as a specialist for nervous diseases, strung himself up by the neck in a cell at the Central station a few days ago, and was cut down dead. April 18, 1888 - The Newton Press, submitted by source #6
CHIARUTTINI, Leopoldo - beloved husband of the late Catherine; dear father of Mac, Riego, and the late Alfred; grandfather of Albert, Louis, Mary, and Cheryl. Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., from Goglin Funeral Home, 5935 W. Belmont avenue, to St. William church. Interment St. Joseph. [published Jan 15, 1969 - Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHELLMAN, Gustave L. - beloved husband of Ruth G., fond father of Raymond, son of Leo and Vilma Chellman, and brother of Osborne. Funeral services at 9 Fairview-av., Park Ridge, Saturday, April 26, at 2:30 p.m. Chicago Tribune, April 26, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CHENEY -- Class of 1857 - AUGUSTUS JACKMAN CHENEY. b. 1 Mar., 1837, Georgetown, Mass. Capt. 40th Wis. Vols.; Capt. and Brev. Maj. 49th Wis. Vols. Business. d. 27 Feb., 1907, Chicago, Ill. [Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1906-1907, Hanover, N.H. - tr. by K. Mohler]
CHILVERS, Charles R. of 56 Kimbark road, Riverside, brother of C. N. Chilvers of Riverside and Alice Davey of Lemont, Ill. Funeral from chapel, 80 Burlington road, Riverside, Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Burial Bronswood. RIverside 7-2261. [published June 6, 1950- Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHILVERS, Cyrus M. of 78 Lincoln avenue, Riverside, beloved husband of Lillie, nee Denker; fond father of Lillian Diamond and Morell Chilvers; grandfather of William Diamond and Margaret Chilvers. Services Saturday, 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 80 Burlington road, Riverside, under auspices of Riverside lodge, No. 862, A.F. & A.M. Burial Mount Auburn. RIverside 7-2261. [dod March 9, 1955]
Funeral services for Cyrus M. Chilvers, 73, of 78 Lincoln av., Riverside, who retired three years ago as a flagman with the Burlington railroad after 54 years of service, will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the chapel at 80 Burlington rd., Riverside. Mr. Chilvers died Wednesday in his home. Surviving are his widow, Lillie; a daughter, Mrs. Lillian Diamond; a son, Morell, and two grandchildren. [Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHILVERS, Frank 62, of Lemont, son of the late Frank and Ida Gregory Chilvers; brother of Ida Sadenwater, Beulah, Earl, and the late Ralph. At Gerharz funeral home, 501 State street, Lemont, where services will be held 2 p.m. Thursday. Interment Cass cemetery. [published July 18, 1962 - Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHRISTENSEN, Dora Rudelius, Feb. 22, 1967, late of Royal Oak, Mich., formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of the late Charles W.; dear mother of Dolores (Donald) Hoener and Gordon Christensen; survived by three grandchildren. Funeral Saturday, 11 a.m., at Nelson Funeral Chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue at Foster. Interment Rosehill. LO 1-5147. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CHRISTIANSEN, Carsten beloved husband of the late Louise, devoted father of Howard E, Harry L., and the late Earl J., grandfather of Nancy. At funeral home, 4048-50 W. Harrison street. Funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., burial Woodlawn. Member of Carpenter's union, local No. 416. NEvada 8-2818. [dod May 8, 1950 - Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHRISTIANSEN, Howard -- Services for Howard E. 64, financial secretary of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers local 9 for 22 years, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel at 245 Madison st., Oak Park. Mr. Christiansen, who lived at 7223 Dickens st., Elmwood Park, died Sunday [Jan 12, 1969] in Gottlieb Memorial hospital, Melrose Park. Before becoming a union officer, Mr. Christiansen was a member of the city electrical department for 20 years. Surviving is his widow, Dorothy.
Howard E. Christiansen, beloved husband of Dorothy, nee Gardner; dear father of the late Nancy Jean Christiansen. Funeral services Wednesday, Jan. 15, 11 a.m. Interment Woodlawn. Financial secretary of I. B. E. W. Local No. 9. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, 245 Madison street, Oak Park, Monday after 7 p.m. [Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHRISTIANSEN, Louise (Lizzie) Christiansen, beloved wife of Carsten, dear mother of Howard E. and the late Earl J., stepmother of Harry L. and grandmother of Nancy. At funeral home, 4048-50 W. Harrison street. Funeral Wednesday, 2 p.m. Burial Woodlawn.
[Chicago Tribune, December 9 & 10, 1946 - Submitted by Source #96 full name: Louise Maria Albertina Kunigunde F. Christiansen, nee Siewert)]
CHRISTIANSEN, Nancy Jean of Des Plaines, Ill., dear daughter of Dorothy and Howard; granddaughter of Mrs. Lucy Gardner. Services Thursday, 2:30 p.m., at Haggard Funeral home, 124 Madison street, Oak Park. Interment Woodlawn. [dod Jan 9, 1961 Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CHRISTOPHERSEN, Genevieve -- 89, of New Port Richey, passed away Saturday, December 10, 2005 at Hernando-Pasco Hospice Care Center in New Port Richey. Born in Chicago, IL., she and her husband relocated to Florida 25 years ago. She was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Parish. Her husband, Andrew, son, Terry, and sisters, Mary, Evelyn, Florence and Ann, preceded her in death. Memorial services will be held at St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 6435 S. Kilbourn Ave, Chicago, IL 60629, Tuesday December 20, 2005 at 9:30 am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hernando-Pasco Hospice, 12139 Majestic Blvd., Hudson, FL 34667. National Cremation Society New Port Richey. Published in the TBO.com on 12-14-05 [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Dec 18, 2005, pg A-18 - Submitted by Source #134]
CIARROCCHI, Cosmos Casey -- age 91 of Steger, IL passed away on October 23, 2004. Cosmos Casey Ciarrocchi is survived by (his wife of 65 years, two sons, two daughters, four grandchildren, one great grandchild) A funeral mass will be celebrated on Thursday, Oct., 28th, 11:00 a.m. at St. Laborius Catholic Church, Steger. Interment will be at Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Steger. Visitation was Wednesday from 4:00 8:00 p.m. at the Smits Funeral Homes-Steger Memorial Chapel [3045 Chicago Rd, Steger, IL] Mr. Ciarrocchi was the founder of the Anchor Oil Co. He was also a member of the Village of Steger fire department with over 30 years of service. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Oct 28, 2004, pg A-22 - Submitted by Source #134]
CIPRIANI, Filomena, nee D'Augustino, loving wife of the late Silvio; dear mother of Jack (Dorothy), Mary (Robert) Hoffman, Dominick (Mary), and Silvio (Winifred); grandmother of 11. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from the Granata Memorial Funeral Chapels, 1857 N. Harlem avenue, to St. Vincent Ferrer church, River Forest, Ill. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel. Please omit flowers. TU 9-1700. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CISKOSKI-- Marie A. Ciskoski, nee Schanne, beloved wife of the late Joseph, devoted mother of Raymond and Harold, fond mother-in-law of Mildred and Dorothy, grandmother of Ronald, sister of Mrs. E. Soderstrom, Mrs. A. Trottman, and the late Joseph Schanne. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 4905 Lincoln avenue, to St. Mathias' church. Interment St. Boniface's cemetery. Member of Marie Tamisier council, L. of I. (Chicago Tribune 6/26/1945 Submitted by Src #155)
CISKOSKI--Mildred Ciskoski, nee Corsiglia, wife of the late Raymond F.; mother of Robert W., Maryio Ferguson and Carol Kopp; sister of Mrs. Walter Siekerman and John B. Corsiglia. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a.m. from Birren and Son Funeral Home, 6125 N. Clark St. Mass 10 a.m. at the Church of the Assumption. Visitation 2-10 p.m. Sunday. Interment St. Boniface.(Chicago Tribune 1/6/1974 Submitted by Src #155)
CISKOSKI-- Paulina Ciskowski, aged 58 years, Aug. 14, beloved wife of Joseph Ciskowski, beloved mother of Paulina, Adeline, Martha Mensch, Theresa Davis, Margaret Boackius, Elizabeth Schultz, and Joseph Ciskowski Jr., mother-in-law of Jacob Bockius, Arthur Davis, William Schultz, and Marie Ciskowski. Funeral Monday Aug. 18, at 9:30 a.m., from late residence, 1900 Bissell-st., to St. Teresa's church, carriages to St. Boniface. (Chicago Tribune, 8/17/1913 Submitted by Src #155)
CISKOSKI -- Raymond F. Ciskoski, beloved husband of Mildred, nee Corsiglia; fond father of Robert W. Maryjo, and Carol; son of the late Marie and Joseph; brother of Harold. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m., from Birren and Son Funeral Home, 6125 N. Clark street. Mass 10 a.m., at the Church of the Assumption. Interment St. Boniface. Please omit flowers. Member of Chicago Typographical union No. 16. (Chicago Tribune 8/18/1966 Submitted by Src #155)
CISLER, Anna [nee Kucera] 1110 N. Lorel avenue, beloved mother of Blanche Kammerer and the late Edwin Cisler, grandmother of Milton and Leslie Kammerer and Edwin Cisler. Service Wednesday, 2 p.m., at home for funeral, 5844 W. Cermak road. Interment Bohemian National. OLympic 243. [dod Nov. 20, 1949] [Chicago Tribune, Nov. 22, 1949 -- Submitted by Source #96]
CISLER, Edwin J. of 8353 Rhodes avenue, beloved husband of Beryl, fond father of Edwin H., dear son of Anna Cisler, brother of Blanche Kammerer. Masonic services under the auspices of Lawndale lodge, No. 995, A.F. & A.M., at chapel, 7838 Cottage grove avenue, Saturday, May 31, at 1 p.m. Interment Bohemian National. Radcliffe 0220. [dod May 28, 1947- Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
CLANCY, PATRICK - Sept. 4, 1892. beloved husband of Margaret Clancy (nee O'Keefe), native of Ballyfruta, County Limerick, Ireland, aged 36 years. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m. from the residence of his sister-in-law, Mrs. John Finnell, 3353 Flak-st., to Church of the Nativity, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by cars to Mount Olivet from 37th-st depot, via C. & G. T. railroad. Chicago Daily News, Monday, 5 Sep 1892
CLARE -- Catherine Clare, nee Harrigan, beloved wife of Matthew Clare, fond mother of James and Mary, sister of Mrs. John Hogan, Johanna, Mary, Martin, and John, native of Rehey, County Clare, Ireland. Funeral Wednesday from her late residence, 2722 W. Congress-st., to Precious Blood church, 10 o'clock; by autos to Mount Olivet. [Chicago Tribune, 7/17/1917 - Sub by FoFG]
CLARK, Donald -- Oct. 4, 1952, beloved husband of Helen, dear father of Mary and James, fond grandfather of Mary Jane and Jacqueline. Resting at funeral home, 5776 Lawrence avenue. Services Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m. Interment Mount Olive cemetery. KIldare 5-3800. [Chicago Tribune - October 06, 1952 - sub. by webmaster]
CLARK, Irene--Death of a Pioneer Who Came West in 1837 Mrs. Irene Hibbard Clark, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Irene Dye, Riverside, on Saturday, May 30, was born in North Hadley, Mass, in 1809. She descended from sturday, old New England ancestry. The town of Hadley was founded by her grandfather. Mrs. Clark was one of the twenty families who in 1837 migrated to the wilds of Wisconsin, the then "far West." Chicago was then a town of but 500 inhabitants. After a stormy lake voyage Mrs. Clark was landed at Milwaukee in a small boat, the vessel being anchored a mile from the shore. That night Vail's "Cottage Inn," sheltered the group, the ladies' rooms being partitioned by sheets, and beds upon the floor. She loved to recall an early trip on the first railroad built in this country before she came West, and also of the building of the first telegraph through Waukegan, Wis., her then home, where the skeptical neighbors talked of the absurd and crazy notion of "sending letters by lightening." Later three of her children chatted over the wires from as many cities and one daughter was the third or fourth lady operator in the country who had charge of an office, a novel case in these days. Jeremiah Porter, who found the First Presbyterian Church in Chicago was a fellow townsman of her native place, and the families were close friends. Mrs. Clark's marriage was an exceptionally happy one. She was widowed thirty-two years ago, after almost 40 years of wedded life. (The Daily Inter Ocean, Chicago, IL June 8, 1896 - Sub. by Src #165)
CLARK, James -- suddenly, 8906 Forestview drive, North Riverside, Ill., beloved husband of Mildred, nee Bednarczyk; loving father of Mary Jane Herrmann, Jacqueline Hahn, and Claudia Clark; fond brother of Mary Clark; dear grandfather of four. Services Monday, 10 a.m., at chapel, 25th and Des Plaines avenue, North Riverside. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. RIverside 7-2500. [Chicago Tribune (IL) - July 19, 1958 - sub. by webmaster]
CLARK, Helen -- beloved wife of the late Donald; dear mother of Mary F. Clark and the late James; grandmother of Mary Jane Herrmann, Jacqueline Hahn, and Claudia; great-grandmother of seven. Funeral Thursday, 1 p.m., from Kowachek Funeral Home, 5774-76 W. Lawrence avenue. Interment Mount Olive. Visitation after 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday. [Chicago Tribune (IL) - December 31, 1963 - sub. by source #6]
CLARKE, Ann, former owner of the Ann Clarke Specialty Shop, fond sister of Charles W. (Harriette), Walter J. (Sylvia), Sarah Clarke, the late William, Frank, Arthur, and Ben. Funeral from Skeeles Colonial Chapel, Stony Island at 86th place, Saturday, Feb. 25 at 9:30 a.m., to the Church of the Messiah. Requiem mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Hope. BA 1-3680. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CLARKE, Everett - Memorial services for Everett Clarke, 68, whose career as a radio personality, actor, and drama coach spanned 40 years, will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday at First St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1301 N. LaSalle St. He was slain Tuesday in his studio at 410 S. Michigan Av., where he had taught drama and voice for several years. He lived at 747 N. Wabash Av. Clarke was the radio voice of "The Whistler," narrator of the old "WGN Chicago Theater of the Air," and worked on many other national radio programs, including "The Shadow" and "Betty and Bob." Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Zion Lutheran Cemetery in Oak Brook. [Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois) September 14, 1980 submitted by source #96]
CLARKE, Joseph P. - 6357 S. Pauline-st., July 29, 1933, beloved husband of Sarah Clarke. Services at chapel, 635 and Harvard, Monday, July 31 at 2 p.m. under auspices of Chevalier Bayard commandery, No. 52, K.T. Interment at Mount Hope. Please omit flowers. Member of John B. Sherman lodge, No. ?, A.F. & A.M. [Chicago Tribune, July 29, 1933. Submitted by source #6]
Minot, N.D.: Joseph Clarkson, the Chicago lawyer, who accidently shot himself last week died from the effects of the wound. [Bismarck Semi-Weekly Tribune (Bismarck, N. D.), April 11, 1877, page 1]
CLEARY -- Patrick D., fond husband of Katherine Cleary, nee Shaw, and father of Kathlyn Cleary, brother of Mrs. Emil Laude, Mrs. Joseph Daze, Mrs. Susan Sexton, Delia, Peter, and Michael and the late John Cleary; native of Dallynacally, County Clare, Ireland. Funeral notice later. [Chicago Tribune, 1/1/1918 - Sub by FoFG]
CLEMAGE, Alvin M., of 1901 Fieldwood drive, Northbrook, beloved husband of Martha B., nee Phillips; devoted father of Ron, Lori, and Marcy; fond brother of Zelda Hochman of Midland, Texas. Services Friday, 2 p.m. at Piser North Suburban Memorial chapel, 9200 Skokie boulevard, Skokie. Interment Memorial Park. Friends are asked to pay their respects at time of service. Member of Cong. Beth Or of Deerfield. 679-4740. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CLERKIN, Patrick J., beloved husband of the late Jane (nee McKenna), fond father of Anna, Charles, Joseph, Mrs. James Tracey, Mrs. Fred Williamson and the late James and Peter Clerkin. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a. m., from late residence, 5735 Sangamon-st., to Visitation church, where solem requiem mass will be celebrated; interment at Mount Olivet. Member of Visitation Holy Name society, Visitation court. 79, C. O. F. and division No. 23 A. O. H. For reservations call yards 0662. [Daily News - March 10, 1924, Submitted by source #89]
CLERKIN, Jane, (nee McKenna), beloved wife of Patrick J., fond mother of Anna, James, Kittie, Peter, Charles, Maria and Joseph Clerkin, sister of Mrs. Mary McPhillips, Charles, James, Catherine, Patrick, Michael and Andree McKenna and the late Peter and Mrs. Rose McKenna and Mrs. Anna O'Connor. Funeral Friday, at 9 a. m., from late residence, 5735 Sangamon-st., to Visitation church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, automobiles to Mount Olivet: member of Visitation court, No. 55 W. C. O. F. [Daily News - February 17, 1914, Submitted by source #89]
CLIFFORD, Catherine - fond aunt of Thomas, Anna, Catherine Noonan, Mrs. Oliver H. Barry, and Mrs. Crebs F. Jones. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m. from her home, 401 Wisconsin-av., Oak park, Ill to St. Edmund's church. Burial at Rockford, Ill; by auto. [Chicago Tribune, April 26, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
CLOSELY, Margaret - Mrs. Margaret Closely, 71 years old, met with a sudden and terrible death last evening, as she was ascending a pair of outside stairs, around which the railing had not yet been put, at the residence of her daughter-in-law.She fell over the side to the ground, striking on her head, killing her instantly. [Illinois State Journal (Springfield, IL) – Tuesday, September 21, 1869]
COARI, Evelyn - beloved daughter of Andrew and Dorothy, sister of Anthony, Charles, Joseph, Walter and Betty. Funeral Friday, May 2  at 2:30 p.m. at late residence, 1173 S. Oak Park-av., Oak Park, Ill. Interment Woodlawn cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
COBB, Merritt D., -- Dec. 25, 1903, Funeral from his late residence, 213 E. Ohio-st., Sunday, at 2 p.m. Kalamazoo (Mich.) and North Adams (Mass.) papers please copy. [Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27]
CODY, MRS. A.B.
Dead Body of Mrs. CODY Found
Mrs. A. B. CODY, of Chicago, disappeared from the home of her parents, at South Tacoma, Washington, January 31. Yesterday her remains were found near a well traveled path in a clump of bushes. She had shot herself with a revolver. Her husband left for Chicago three days before, by way of Pasadena, where his children are. The remains of Mrs. CODY will be brought to Naperville for burial. [Batavia Herald, 5 March 1896]
COHEN, Samuel - [In Memoriam] Sad and suddenly was the call; So dearly loved by one and all. His memory is as sweet today, As in the hour he passed away. LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. [Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
COHN, Rebecca, beloved wife of Charles Cohen, mother of Mrs. Lillian Odens, grandmother of Seymour Odens. Services and interment in Los Angeles. Mallnow & Silverman Mortuary Directors. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
COLE, Clarence - of 7112 N. Paulina-st., beloved husband of Bertha Gray Cole. Remains now resting at chapel, 7129-31 N. Clark-st. Services Monday, April 28,  4:30 p.m. Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1930. Submitted by source #6
COLEMAN, Margaret - Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Coleman, a resident of Chicago for more than 65 years, will be held tomorrow at Algonquin, Ill. Mrs. Coleman died on Monday at Fort Wayne, Ind., where she has lived for the last two years. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Coleman was the widow of the late Henry V. Coleman, who served 25 years with the Chicago fire department after entering its employ in 1865. She is survived by four sons, 5 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. A son, Leon B. Coleman, lives at 6148 Rhodes avenue. Chicago Tribune, April 16, 1930. Submitted by source #6
COLLINS, Catherine K. of Prospect Heights/Belvidere
Prayers for Catherine K. Collins, 32, will be said at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, at Matz Funeral Home, 410 E. Rand Rd., Mount Prospect. Mass will follow at 11 a.m. at St. Alphonsus Church, Prospect Heights.
Born Jan. 14, 1967, in Chicago, she died Sunday Aug. 8, 1999. Interment will be in All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines. She is survived by her father and stepmother, Ed W. and Micki of Rolling Meadows; brother, Michael (Patti) of Lake Zurich; nieces, Larissa and Kayla; and nephew, Patrick. She was the dear niece and friend to many. She was preceded in death by her mother Lenore (nee Kelley). Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, at the funeral home.
[Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - August 10, 1999 - submitted by Source #67]
COLLINS - Francis Collins, beloved son of the late Frank and Margaret Collins, brother of Mrs. Mary O'NEILL, Mrs. Ros? (e or a) GALLAGHER, Mrs. Delia BURNS, Mrs. Catherine HAYES, Mrs. Margaret HUGHES, and the late John and Mrs. Helen MARLEY. Funeral Saturday, May 18, from chapel, 1158 N. Clark-st., 9:30 a.m., to Holy Name cathedral, and thence by autos to Mount Carmel cemetery. Chicago Tribune, May 18, 1918, submitted by source #27
COLLINS - James H. Collins, one of the most distinguished lawyers in Chicago, died suddenly at Ottaway, Ill., a few days since. [The Daily Dispatch., July 17, 1854, (Richmond [Va.]) - Src #6]
COLLINS - Morris Allen Collins
Cremated On The Lake Shore.... A Strange And Dramatic Midnight Scene Near Chicago.
CHICAGO, July 17. – A strange scene was enacted last night on the south shore of Lake Michigan. At the base of a great ridge of glistening white sand near the water's edge there was lighted a funeral pyre and all that was mortal of Morris Allen Collins, President of the Dallas (Texas) Suicide Club, was by his own written request reduced to ashes. The Whitechapel Club of this city had charge of the strange ceremony. The torch was applied to the pile of pitch-soaked wood at 10:50 o'clock, and during the five hours that the body burned, impressive ceremonies were performed, consisting of music, recitations, and addresses. Collins committed suicide July 8 by shooting himself through the head in his room on West Madison Street. He was forty years old, the son of the Rev. Samuel Collins, a Methodist minister, who settled in Texas early in the forties. Left an orphan early in life, Collins seems to have had a constant struggle with poverty. He came to Chicago practically penniless in 1886, and afterward became a writer for the Labor Enquirer, owned by Joseph R. Buchanan. On the register of the Whitechapel Club his signature appears: "M.A. Collins, President Suicide Club, Dallas, Texas."
Collins was seriously injured in October, 1890, by being knocked down by an engine on the Northwestern Road, and the injury probably affected his mind. It was followed by a mild epileptic attack, which afterward recurred with increasing intensity and frequency, until he became despondent and finally ended his life. It is said that he made two unsuccessful attempts to accomplish his purpose with morphine before he at last succeeded with a pistol. He left a letter to his closest friend, Honore Joseph Jaxon, directing that his body be turned over to the Whitechapel Club for incineration. The scene of the cremation was by far the most desolate spot that could be found in the vicinity of Chicago. The building of the funeral pyre occupied eight men's time during the greater portion of the day. When completed it stood 18 feet long, 8 feet wide, and 20 feet high. In addition to the members of the Whitechapel Club a considerable number of their friends from the city were present at the ceremonies, besides half a hundred country people attracted by curiosity. The body of Collins, draped in a white robe, was taken from its casket and placed on top of the pile. The Whitechapel's lighted their torches and marched three times around the pile, singing a dirge. The fire was started. The club chaplain, W.C. Thompson, delivered a characteristic address, which was followed by other addresses by members. Mournfully the harp and zither played the sad notes of Ernst's "Elegy," and a funeral sermon was delivered by Dwight Baldwin. At last came the ceremony of gathering the ashes. With trowels made and plated for the occasion, the few charred remains of the body were reverently placed in the temporary urn. Bearing this, the company returned to the city long after sunrise this morning.[Source: The New York Times, (New York, NY) July 18, 1892]
CONKLIN -- William Joseph Conklin, Feb. 17, beloved husband of Mrs. Mollie Conklin, nee STOKES, at his residence, 1923 Magnolia-av. Funeral Saturday, Feb. 20, 2 p.m. Interment Rosehill. (Submitted by Source #6 Chicago Tribune, Feb. 19, 1909)
CONLEY -- Edna Conley, late of 1650 Byron street, beloved sister of Mrs. Max. Fischel, fond aunt of Mrs. Carl Edstrom, Mrs. Willis Aronson, and Clifton Williams , sister of the late Julia Williams , and John Conley. Services Friday, 10 a. m. at chapel, 929 Belmont Avenue. Interment Graceland cemetery. (Chicago Tribune Date:February 17, 1949 Submitters Name: Pearl)
CONNERS -- Andrew W. Conners, aged 70 years, beloved husband of Cleantha D. nee SPERRY, father of Edward, William, Albert, Mame CONNERS, Mrs. C. L. THOMPSON, and Mrs. A. L. BAHR. Funeral from late residence, 1069 Washington-blvd., Friday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m.; carriages to Oak Ridge cemetery. (Submitted by Source #6 Chicago Tribune, Feb. 19, 1909)
CONNOLLY, John J. - beloved son of the late John and Marget Foley Connolly, fond
brother of Patrick and Mollie Connolly, nephew of Patrick Foley. Funeral Wednesday, April 2 , at 9 am. from
late residence, 5445 S. Justine-st., to St. Basil's church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre
cemetery. Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CONRAD -- Le Roy A. Conrad, aged 17 years, beloved son of Edward and Margaret CONRAD, nee MADDEN, and brother of Clara CONRAD, at his parents residence, 3033 Belmont-av. Funeral notice later. Chicago Tribune, April 3, 1911, submitted by source #27
CONROY, Ellen, wife of Officer Michael Conroy, at resid., 3052 Lock st., on the 5th inst. She was a native of Chiskame, Co. Cork, aged 46 yrs. Besides her husband she leaves three daughters, two brothers, John and Timothy Cronin, and two sisters, Hannah Cronin and Mrs. Hartnett. Funeral from St. Bridget's Church to Calvary. - [Aug. 15, 1902].
CONSIER, Elizabeth -- at rest 10-24-04 after a long illness. Devoted wife of 60 years of Ed Consier (Loving mother, grandmother & great grandmother) Liz was an avid golfer who loved life and her family and friends. Services were held in Florida where she lived. Her family and friends are invited to A Memorial celebration of her life to be held at the home of her granddaughter& 11-7 from 12 to 5. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Oct 28, 2004, pg A-22 - Submitted by Source #134]
CONSTANTINE, James W. - March 31,  beloved husband of Mary Kilroy Constantine, father of James R., William L., and the late Sister Agnes De Sales, Sister of Providence. Funeral Thursday, April 3, at 9:30 a.m. from residence, 3853 Arthington-st. to Presentation church. Interment Mount Carmel. Sterling (Ill.) papers please copy. Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6
CONWAY, Charles - husband of Mary, nee Hogan, father of Elizabeth, Thomas, Edward, George, Peter, Margaret, Charles and Bernard, aged 67 yrs., native of Cragin, Co. Tyrone. Funeral from resid., 5118 Princeton to St. Anne's Church to Mt. Olivet. Buffalo and New York papers please copy [Chicago Daily News, Aug. 27, 1900, submitted by source #94]
CONWAY, Mrs. Mary, of 5118 Princeton avenue, widow of Charles Conway, dies on Monday at the age of 80 years. Mrs. Conway came to Chicago from Buffalo in 1858. She is survived by eight children - Elizabeth, Thomas, Edward, George, Peter, Magaret, Charles, and Bernard
Conway. [~07/1914, submitted by source #94]
CONWAY, Mary - aged 80 years, beloved wife of the late Chas. Conway and mother of Elizabeth, Thomas, Edward, George, Peter, Margaret, Chas., and Bernard. Member of the Ladie's sodality of St. Ann's parish. Funeral Wed., July 22, from late residence, 5118 Princeton -av., by autos to St. Ann's church, where high mass will be celebrated at 10. thence to Mount Olivet. Bloomington, Ill.. papers please copy. [~07/1914, submitted by source #94]
CONWAY, Peter J. , Oct. 27, (1914) beloved son of the late Charles and Mary, nee Hogar brother of Elizabeth, Thomas, Edward Geroge, Charles, Bernard and Margaret Conway. Funeral
Saterday at 9 a.m. from his residence, 5118 Princeton-av., to St. Anne's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by autos to Mt. Olivet. Arrangements for seats may be made by calling Thos. McInerney & Sons. Yarda 708. [Chicago Tribune (IL)- 1914-10-28, submitted by source #94]
Peter Conway will be buried today and his violin, which has provided the music at every important christening and wedding on the southwest side since the 70's, has been hung upon the wall. Hundreds of friends will follow Blind Peter's body from his home at 5118 Princeton avenue to Mount Olivet Cemetery. [Chicago Tribune (IL)- 1914-10-31, submitted by source #94]
CONWAY, Thomas C., Feb. 19, 1967, at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., beloved husband of the late Ella Ferry Conway; fond father of Mrs. Mabel Bruaw of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; dear grandfather of Mrs. Barbara Fritz; great-grandfather of Robert Fritz; dear brother of Mrs. Josie Trahey, John J., the late Frank and Lawrence Conway and Mrs. Ann McLellan. Visitation after 2 p.m. Friday. Funeral Saturday, 8:45 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 8243 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Ethelreda church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Member of Chicago Steamfitters union. ST 3-7700. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CONWAY -- Thomas V. Conway, beloved husband of Mary Ellen, nee Goldrick; loving father of Maureen (Paul) Glover, Thomas P., John (Marian) and Michael; dear brother of John (Ann), Rita (Pat) Curran, Marcelline (Louis) Anleitner and the late Esther (James) Goldrick; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. 30 year member of Boilermakers Union Local No. 1, active member of the 11th Ward Regular Democratic Organization and long time employee of the City of Chicago. Funeral Saturday, 8:45 a.m., from the McInerney Funeral Home, 46th Pl. and Wallace St. to St. Gabriel Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Visitation Thursday after 6 p.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 268-0703. [Chicago Tribune (IL) - November 13, 1980 - Sub. by Src #196]
COOK - Mrs. Minnie Cook and infant
At Chicago, Dec. 2, of heart disease, Minnie, wife of J. Lewis Cook, formerly of Henry. Also an infant son buried with the mother. Interment at Snachwine.
Snachwine - On Saturday last the morning train brought from Chicago J. Lewis Cook, his two daughters Clara and Viola, with all that remained of the dear wife and mother and infant son, she having died suddenly of heart disease on the morning of the 2d inst. Mr. Cook, son of Wm. F. Cook formerly of Henry, went to Chicago after the close of the war, where he married Miss Minnie Blake an English lady, who was loved by all who knew her, and who filled the place of wife and mother second to none. It has been Mr. Cook's sad duty since his residence in Chicago to bring the remains of six members of their family for burial (his father and two sisters having been buried in our cemetery before they left) and there were his only brother Dewitt C. Cook, two half brother Bonham boys, then a beautiful little daughter, and lastly the wife and companion, which is a crushing blow; his grief and anguish was seemingly too great for utterance. The funeral took place at the "Church of Christ", Elder Parker conducting the services on Sabbath at 11 a.m., and those who looked into that beautiful casket and seen those beautiful features of marble whiteness (the mother with her babe folded lovingly in her arms, as if it was too precious to leave behind,) will not soon forget the impression made upon them. Lewis having spent his childhood days in this vicinity, has very many warm friends who sympathize with him, and would were it possible, do anything for him to assuage his grief; but who can only commend him to God "who doeth all things well." [The Henry Republican, Marshall County, IL, December 9, 1880 - Submitted by Source #25]
COOK - Washington E. - In Chicago, Jan. 7, at the Matteson House, Washington E. Cook of Lacon, aged 70 years, 10 days. (For more information see Marshall county Pioneers) [The Henry Republican, Marshall County, IL, January 16, 1879 - Submitted by Source #25]
COOKE - Carolyn Cooke, suddenly, beloved wife of Edward S., loving mothero f FLorence, Howard and Edward. Funeral Friday, 3pm from residence, 5336 Melrose st., to Church of the Advent. Francisco and Logan Blvd. Interment Acacia Park. Member of Honor Chapter No. 800 O.E.S.[1935; Unknown newspaper - Submitted by Src #53- "My Grandmother:"]
COOKE - Representative Cooke Dead Washington, June 24 Representative Edward Dean Cooke of Chicago dropped dead at one o clock this morning at his hotel of heart disease. Mr. Cooke was a native of Iowa and 48 years old. He was educated in the public schools of Dubuque and later graduated from Columbia University law school at Washington, and was admitted to the bar in 1882. He was elected to the Illinois legislature and served on important committees in that body. He was elected to the 54th congress from sixth Illinois district, and then reelected to the 55th congress. (Fort Worth Register, 6/25/1897, Submitted bySrc #154)
CORSIGLIA, John--John B. Corsiglia, Nov. 27, aged 76 yrs., beloved husband of Theresa Corsiglia, father of Joe, August, and Louis, Antonia, Kate, Theresa. Funeral from his late residence, 165 W. Erie-st., cor. Wells-st., Monday, Nov. 29, at 9 a.m., to Church of Assumption where high mass will be celebrated; thence by L. C. cars, Randolph-st., to Mount Carmel. Please omit flowers. (Chicago Tribune Date: 11/28/1915 Sub by Src #155)
CORSIGLIA, Louis--Louis Corsiglia, husband of the late Adelaide, dear father of Theresa Lavezzi, Assunta Della Maria, Frank, Bess Minuti, Roy, and John. Funeral Saturday, Oct. 5, at 9 a.m., from chapel, 3344 W. Chicago avenue, to Our Lady of Angels church. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. (Chicago Tribune Date: 10/3/1940 Sub. by Src #155)
CORSIGLIA, Marie--Maria Corsiglia, loving wife of the late Antonio, loving mother of John, Mrs. Louise Shaw, and Mrs. Columba Gross. Funeral Saturday at 10 a.m. from late residence, 3766 Wayne avenue, to Assumption church. Interment Mount Carmel. (Chicago Tribune Date: 10/3/1940 Sub. By Src #155)
CORSIGLIA- Millicent Corsiglia, suddenly, late of 3949 W. Ohio
street, beloved daughter of John and Mary, nee Raymond; dear sister of Gail and Pamela. Funeral Friday at 10 a.m.
from chapel, 5120 W. Fullerton avenue, to Northwest armory, North and Kedzie avenues, for pontifical requiem high
mass at 11 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. ARmitage 6-7800. [Chicago Tribune 12/3/1958
Submitted by Src
COSTELLO -- Sept. 21, 1890, at Cook County Insane Asylum, Michael Costello, aged 60 years, native of Parish of Kilkee, County Clare , Ireland, and husband of the late Catharine Costello, nee Hussey, and brother of James Costello and Mrs. Moynihan of No. 14 Broom-st. Funeral from his late residence, No. 36 Emerson-av., Sept. 23, at 9:30 a. m., to St. Columbkill's Church, where high mass will be celebrated: thence by cars to Calvary Cemetery by C.& N. W. railroad. May his soul rest in peace. [Chicago Tribune, 9/22/1890 - Sub by Src #195]
COX - Hazel B. Cox, 103, of Givens Estates, passed away Thursday, March 27, 2003.
She was a native of Cook County, Ill., the daughter of the late Albert P. and Ellen B. Johnson Tharaldsen and wife
of the late William Cox. Mrs. Cox is survived by her daughter, Carol and her husband, James Ingram, of Spruce Pine,
two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 1, at Givens
Health Center. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the supplemental assistance fund
at Givens Estates. Inurnment will be at a later date in Chicago. Asheville Mortuary Services is in charge of the
arrangements. [Asheville Citizen-Times (NC), March 29, 2003 - Submitted
by Src #96]
CRAFT, Rome C., 22; 2103 Wabash-av., April 20. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
CRAFTS, Josephine Gabriel - mother of the late Herbert and Gertrude. Funeral at chapel, 4437 Elston-av., Friday, May 2, at 2 p.m. Interment Rosehill cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
CRAIG, June M. -- 71, of Zephyrhills died Friday at Zephyr Haven Nursing Home. A native of Evergreen Park, Ill., she moved to this area 10 years ago from Chicago. She was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Navy, and Catholic. She is survived by two sons, Michael of West Palm Beach and Shane of Van Buren, Ark. Coleman and Ferguson Funeral Home, Zephyrhills. (Tampa Tribune (Florida), February 13, 1995, page 4 - Submitted by source #96)
CRAM -- Class of 1859 - JACOB ABBOT CRAM, who for some years past has been a member of the Chicago Bar, died suddenly in that city, from the effects of an overdose of hydrate of chloral, on the 5 April last. He was born at Hampton Falls, N.H., 24 April, 1836. He was fitted for college at Exeter Academy, and entered the class of 1859 at Harvard University about the close of the freshman year. He was a very strong, clear-headed man, and soon took rank among the ablest of the class, distinguishing himself particularly in debates, lectures, etc., before the class societies. He was for one year an editor of the "Harvard Magazine." At all times he impressed those with whom he came in contact as eminently qualified for success at the bar, and particularly as a prominent candidate for the bench, should he live to ripen into maturity. He attended after graduation a course at the Harvard Law School, and then went to Chicago to practice in his profession; and it was there that he continued to reside until his death. He was never married. [Source: The Necrology of Harvard College 1869-1872; published 1872; - tr. by K. Mohler]
CRAWFORD, Amy Mae - nee Berk, April 25, 1930, of 7909 Crandon-av., beloved wife of T.B Crawford, sister of Mrs. Beulah Noreus. Funeral services at chapel, 1820 S. Michigan-av., Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Forest Home. [Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
CRAWFORD, Owen B. -- of Chicago, formerly of Chicago Heights, died Sept. 9 at St. James Hospital and Health Centers in Chicago Heights. Arrangements were by McCullough Funeral and Cremation Services in Ford Heights. Mr. Crawford was born Jan. 17, 1938, in Ohio. He is survived by his sister Rounsvall (Ronnie) Barclay of University Park; two nieces and four nephews. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Sep 16, 2001, pg A-14 - Submitted by Source #134]
CRESAP, John P., loving husband of Bernice, nee Diugosz; dearest father of Patricia; fond father-in-law of Edward Schultz; son-in-law of Katherine Diugosz; brother of Edmund; grandfather of Phillip and Karen. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from the Diversey Funeral Home, 3501-05 W. Diversey avenue, to St. Hyacinth church. Interment St. Adalbert. Member of local, No. 73, General Service Employee's union. AL 2-6424. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
CRESWELL - Mrs. Julia Creswell of Chicago, Ill., a former resident of this city, died on Monday evening at the home of her son, Samuel Creswell, in that city.She will be buried Thursday. [Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, January 7, 1914]
CROTTEY -- Mary Crottey, nee Handrahan, June 25, beloved wife of the late John Crottey and mother of Mrs. Mary McInerney, John Kane, Mrs. Margaret Cusack. Funeral Wednesday, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, 662 W. 18th-st., to Sacred Heart church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by autos to Calvary. Native of Lisheen, County Clare, Ireland. Member of St. Stanislaus court, No. 32, W.C.O.F. [Chicago Tribune, June 26, 1916 - Sub by FoFG]
CROWE -- Former Municipal Court Judge Frank Crowe died yesterday in Lake Geneva, Wis. He lived at 1243 W. Congress Street. [The Day Book. (Chicago, Ill.), 27 Jan. 1912]
CULVER, Charles S . April 4th aged 60 years. Father of Mrs Frank Fowler and Charles at residence, 309 S Seeley Av. Funeral services at undertaker's chapel. 1503 Madison St. Friday 12o'clock by 1:2 C.&N.W. train to Arthington Cemetery [Chicago Tribune, 4/6/1916 - Submitted by Src #132]
CUMMINGS, John Patrick-- of Chicago, a former Delavan boy met with an accident Sept 17, shortly after 1pm from which he died in St Luke's Hospital about seven hours later. Deceased was Supt. of the Holland Construction Company and had in charge at the time of the erection of the structural iron on the Boston Store, State and Madison Streets, Chicago. It was while inspecting this work that the accident occurred. He was crossing the eighth story on boards laid down for that purpose, when they broke under his weight hurling him to certain death 60 ft below. The poor battered bleeding body was picked up and tenderly conveyed to St Luke's hospital, where heroic measures we resorted to, but without avail as he died at 820pm, seven hours after the fatal fall. The subject of this sketch was born in Darien in 1862. Moved to Chicago twenty years later, where he has since resided. Was married to Miss Sarah Brophy of Mukwaonago. To this union were born two children, Mattie and Willie aged 15 and 9 yrs respectively both of whom survive him. The wife after a protracted illness covering several months passed from this world's cares some two years ago. Besides his two sons there are left to mourn, a mother Mrs. William Cummings of Delavan; five brothers, Richard, William, and Henry of Chicago; James, Chas and two sisters. Lizzie and Mrs. C Gosso of this vicinity. The remains at the request of the heart broken mother was brought back to the old home for burial accompanied by his two sons, two brothers, William and Henry and the undertaker Mr. P J Cummings of Chicago. The vast assemblage at the station awaiting the final home coming of their friend and former associate attested a love and esteem that twenty years absence could not sever. After short services and a consoling sermon by Father Buckley the body was laid to rest in the family lot in St Andrews Cemetery. (Submitted by Src #156, The Chicago Tribune Date: Sept 18, 1903)
CUNNINGHAM, Ann Garrity -- died Chicago Illinois Dec 22, 1890:
Mrs. Ann Cunningham, widow of the late Henry Cunningham, died Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence of her daughter, Miss Annie Cunningham, No. 247 East Superior Street.
Mrs. Cunningham, whose maiden name was Garrity, was born in Westport County Mayo Ireland Feb 2, 1813. The family were of the ancient Irish stock, and with almost the entire race were compelled to migrate into the wilds of Connaught by Cromwell during the middle of the seventeenth century. In 1833 the family, consisting of father, mother, three sisters and four brothers came to this country, landing at St Johns, N.B. In 1835 the subject of this sketch visited some relatives in Boston, when she met, renwing the attachment of their youth, her late husband, Henry Cunningham. Marrying the same year, they moved to Chicago in 1836 and went to live at Waukegan in 1850, returning to Chicago in 1857, where she has lived continually ever since.
Mrs. Cunningham was well known and highly respected by all of the old settlers. For thirty-eight years she has been a devoted member of the Church of the Holy Name on North State street. She was quiet and unostentatious in daily life, but it was nevertheless a life devoted to the highest Christian charity, never letting her left hand know what her right hand was doing. She was a member of the Married Ladies Sodality and of the third Order of St. Francis. She was ill for two months. Her life went out amid all the Christian consolation of the Catholic Church. She leaves three daughters to mourn her loss, Eliza, wife of Mortimer Scanlan, Mary and Annie Cunningham, and a large number of devoted friends. Her funeral will take place at 10:30 o'clock to the Church of the Holy Name, thence to Calvary Cemetery [Inter-Ocean, December 23, 1890 - source #122]
CUNNINGHAM -- An old settler on Friday evening, May 2 at his residence, 192 North Wells, after a short illness.Mr. Henry Cunningham age 73 years. [Chicago Tribune, May 3, 1879 - source #122]
CURDA -- Robert J. Curda of Streamwood. Private services for Robert J. Curda, 83, will be held at Countryside Funeral Home, Streamwood/Schaumburg. Born March 8, 1924, in Berwyn, he died Saturday, March 17, 2007, in Hoffman Estates. Robert was a greeter at the Walmart in Streamwood for many years. He will truly be missed by his co-workers and customers. He was the husband of Theresa; father of Michael (Carol) Curda, Kathleen Curda and the late Thomas (Hilly) Curda; and grandfather of Kevin, Keith, Kimberly and Krystal. For information, 630/847-289-8054. [Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - March 19, 2007 - Sub by Src #10]
CURLEY - Mary Curley, nee McNamara, beloved wife of the late Dennis; loving mother of the late Bernard D.; dear sister of Nora O'Toole, Winifred Bies, Sheila, and the late Bridget, Annie Kelly, Margaret Fearon, Catherine O'Toole, Ellen Gordon, Michael, and Father John B. McNamara, S. S. C. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from Kenny Brothers, 5438 S. Halsted, to St. John the Baptist church for a blessing at 10 a.m. Solemn requiem mass Monday, 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Native at *Clare Island*, County Mayo, Ireland. Please omit flowers. BO 8-0662. [1963-04-12, Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #101]
CURLEY -- Catherine E. Curley, nee Gibbons, suddenly, formerly of 2126 Kenmore avenue, beloved wife of the late Michael; dear mother of Mrs. Anne Steinmann, Mrs. Catherine Lauer, Thomas, Mrs. Margaret Lucas, Michael, William, and Francis; sister of Mrs. Nellie O'Malley, Michael, Martin, and the late Sarah. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from funeral home, 3552 Southport avenue, to St. Vincent's church. Interment All Saints'. Native of *Castlebar*, County Mayo, Ireland. [1955-11-08, Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #101]
CURTIS-- Bertha, Dec. 24, wife of William Curtis, 1396 Osgood-st. Funeral notice later. [Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27]
CUSACK, Catherine beloved daughter of the late Edmund and Mary, nee McQuaid; dear sister of the late Mary Frances Speaker; fond cousin of Hildegarde Brady and Mary Leonard of Chicago, Arthur Baltazor of North Riverside, Ill., Catherine Hagerman and Frances Doherty of Garden City, N. Y. Resting at the Cooney, Funeral Home, 3552 Southport Av. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., to St. Matthias Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Calvary. [published Feb 7, 1979 - Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96]
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