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  • Springer, Milton Cushing (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Evanston Press, 27 Dec 1890, p. 4. Date of Event: 26 Dec 1890     Milton C. Springer, a well-known and highly honored citizen of Wilmette passed away at 3:15 o'clock yesterday morning at his home on West Railroad avenue in that village. The cause of his death was paralysis, with which he was suddenly stricken down Thursday evening; for the past four weeks he ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Evanston Press, 27 Dec 1890, p. 4. Date of Event: 26 Dec 1890   Milton C. Springer, a well-known and highly honored citizen of Wilmette passed away at 3:15 o'clock yesterday morning at his home on West Railroad avenue in that village. The cause ...
  • Local News
    PublicationNewspaper       The Local News, was published weekly in Wilmette, Cook County, Illinois, U.S.A. The first publisher and editor was C.H. Rush. Later issues published by D. E. Ambrose with Ralph H. Ambrose, business manager, and Ralph H. Ambrose, managing editor. The owner was Edgar R. Morgan, 5518 Everett Avenue, Chicago.
    PublicationNewspaper     The Local News, was published weekly in Wilmette, Cook County, Illinois, U.S.A. The first publisher and editor was C.H. Rush. Later issues published by D. E. Ambrose with Ralph H. ...
  • Local News, 1 Sep 1898
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  • Edwin Drury attended Lake County Soldiers and Sailors' reunion [Civil War]
    Newspaper  Local News, 8 Sep 1898, p. 3, column 2     ...
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  • H.H. Gage attended Lake County Soldiers and Sailors' reunion [Civil War]
    Newspaper  Local News, 8 Sep 1898, p. 3, column 2     ...
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  • F. I. Jacobs attended Lake County Soldiers and Sailor's reunion [Civil War]
    NewspaperText  Local News, 8 Sep 1898, p. 3, column 2     Messrs. H. H. Gage, who served in Co. G., 96th Illinois, during the civil war, Edwin Drury, of the same company and regiment, and F. I. Jacobs, 37th Illinois, attended the Lake County soldiers and sailors' reunion, at Gray's Lake, Wednesday and Thursday, of last week. It is suggested that ...
    NewspaperText  Local News, 8 Sep 1898, p. 3, column 2   Messrs. H. H. Gage, who served in Co. G., 96th Illinois, during the civil war, Edwin Drury, of the same company and regiment, and F. I. Jacobs, 37th Illinois, attended ...
  • Local News, 8 Sep 1898
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  • Wilmette boys of the First have returned
    NewspaperText  Local News, 15 Sep 1898, p. 3, column 2     N.M. Engstead, Frank Springer, Ed Moore, D.V. Colbert, Robert McDaniel, Wallace McLean, Joe Shantz, Mr. Robb ...
    NewspaperText  Local News, 15 Sep 1898, p. 3, column 2   N.M. Engstead, Frank Springer, Ed Moore, D.V. Colbert, Robert McDaniel, Wallace McLean, Joe Shantz, Mr. Robb ...
  • Local News, 15 Sep 1898
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  • F. H. Drury is confined to his home for several weeks
    NewspaperText  Local News, 23 Sep 1899, p. 5, column 2     ...
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  • Local News, 23 Sep 1899
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  • Latham, Hubbard (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Wilmette Life, 31 Mar 1900,     The funeral services of Mr. Hubbard Latham was held from his late residence in Wilmette. The services were largely attended by friends and neighbors, many of whom had known Mr. Latham for a long time.
    Beside the immediate family of children and grandchildren and other relatives, there were ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Wilmette Life, 31 Mar 1900,   The funeral services of Mr. Hubbard Latham was held from his late residence in Wilmette. The services were largely attended by friends and neighbors, many of whom had known Mr. ...
  • Obituary: Hubbard Latham
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 31 Mar 1900     Copied from an unidentified clipping in the Local History Collection...
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 31 Mar 1900   Copied from an unidentified clipping in the Local History Collection...
  • Jacobs, Julia Flora (née Hudson) (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Chicago Tribune, 1 Dec 1902, p. 9. Date of Event: 30 Nov 1902     Jacobs: Mrs. F. I. Jacobs, 1024 Elizabeth St., Wilmette, Illinois, [died] suddenly at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 30 of heart disease....
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Chicago Tribune, 1 Dec 1902, p. 9. Date of Event: 30 Nov 1902   Jacobs: Mrs. F. I. Jacobs, 1024 Elizabeth St., Wilmette, Illinois, [died] suddenly at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 30 of heart disease....
  • Local News, 25 Apr 1903
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  • Wilmette Rent by Fight Over Site
    Newspaper  The Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois), 30 Jul 1903     Village, split into three factions, cannot agree on best position for new Carnegie Library. Women oppose men at the polls. Members of defeated parties now argue that none but men should have been allowed to vote--railroad tracks in the streets add to difficulty. ...
    Newspaper  The Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois), 30 Jul 1903   Village, split into three factions, cannot agree on best position for new Carnegie Library. Women oppose men at the polls. Members of defeated parties now argue that none but men ...
  • Local News, 23 Apr 1904
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  • Local News, 20 Apr 1907
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  • Gone Twenty Years, Comes Home Hungry
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource  Washington Times (1909), 5 Apr 1909, p. 3     Article reverses the names of Frank Alles and his son, John F., who was 10 at the time of his father's disappearance. A slightly different version of this story was published in the Chicago Tribune....
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource  Washington Times (1909), 5 Apr 1909, p. 3   Article reverses the names of Frank Alles and his son, John F., who was 10 at the time of his father's disappearance. A slightly different version of this story was ...
  • New Church Completed
    TextNewspaper       Clipping from an unidentified Wilmette Newspaper...
    TextNewspaper     Clipping from an unidentified Wilmette Newspaper...
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