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Death Information for Chicago's Old Settlers

OBITUARY

Names, places*, dates, and ages at death of some of Chicago's Old Settlers, prior to 1843, and other well - known citizens who arrived after 1843, together with others prominently connected with Illinois history:

* In most cases, except as otherwise stated, the deaths occurred in Chicago.
[Source:  Directory of the City of Chicago, Illinois for 1843; Compiled by Robert Fergus, Printer, A Resident of Chicago since July 1, 1839
Chicago:  Fergus Printing Company, NW Cor. Illinois St and Dearborn Ave; 1896]

Transcribed by K. Torp, ©2007

Surnames
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N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y


-A- SURNAMES
Adams, E. F., died April 13, 1885, aged 72.
Adams, Sergt. Joseph, died, S. Evanston, Ill., June 9, 1885, a. 89½.
Adams, William Henry, died May 12, 1877, aged 64.
Aldrich, William, grocer, ex.-M. C, died, Fond-du-Lac, Wis., December 3, 1885, aged 65.
Allen, Archibald, lake-captain, died, Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 1, 1848.
Allen, Col. James, U. S. Army, died, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, August 23, 1846, aged 40.
Allport, Dr. Walter Webb, dentist, died March 21, 1893, a. 69-9.
Amberg, Adam Louis, died January 4, 1890, aged 49½.
Anderson, Major Robert, died, Nice, France, Oct. 26, 1871, a. 65.
Andrews, David, died, Kensington, Ill., May 29, 1885, aged 77.
Archer, Col. William B., died
Armour, George, died, Brighton, Eng., June 13, 1881, aged 69.
Armstrong, Geo. Buchanan, postal service, d. May 25, 1871, a. 48-6.
Ayres, Enos, real-estate, died July 16, 1896, aged 82-2-15.

-B- SURNAMES
Bailly, Joseph, died, Baillytown, Ind., December 21, 1835, aged 61.
Baker, William D., engraver, died August 23, 1871, aged 45.
Balcom, Uri, lumber, died November 1, 1893, aged 78-5-15.
Balestier, Joseph Neree, lawyer, died, Brattleboro, Vt., September 15, 1888, aged 74½
Ballentyne, Jas. F., printer, d., San Diego, Cal., July 12, 1870, a. 49.
Baragwanath, William, machinist, died Sept. 20, 1888, aged 68¾.
Barber, Lemuel, died February 4, 1883, aged 72¾.
Barnett, George, died, Lockport, Will Co., Ill., Jan. 5, 1861
Barry, Rev. William, died January 17, 1885, aged 89½.
Bates, Edward, lawyer, president River-and-Harbor Convention, Chicago, July 5-7, 1847; Lincoln's attorney-general; died, St. Louis, Mo., March 25, 1869, aged 75-6-21.
Bates, Eli, lumber merchant, philanthropist, d. Jan. 28, 1880, a. 71.
Bates, George C, lawyer, died, Denver, Col., Feb.11, 1886, a. 71.
Bates, Kinzie, U.S.A.
Bay, Henry B., died, Bloomington, Ill., March 10, 1860
Beaubien, Charles Henry, died, Gross Point, Ill., 1858, aged 51.
Beaubien, Medore Benj., d., Silver Lake, Kas., Dec. 26, 1883, a. 74½
Beckwith, Corydon, lawyer, died August 1890.
Beecher, Rev. Henry Ward, died, Brooklyn, N.Y., March 8, 1887, aged 74.
Bell, Hon. Digby V., educator, died, Battle Creek, Mich, Oct. 28, 1871, aged 68.
Bentley, Cyrus, lawyer, died, Rochester, NY., June 24, 1888, a. 68.
Betts, Dr. Josiah P., died, Kaskaskia, Ill., after 1844.
Bigelow, Capt. Abraham, U. S. N., died April 3, 1861, aged 63.
Bigelow, George A., died March 28, 1872, aged 35.
Bigelow, Liberty, died, Melrose, Boston, Mass., May 1, 1890, a. 75.
Birkbeck, Morris, first settler Edwards County, drowned in Fox River, between Albion, Ill. and New Harmony, Ind., June 4, 1825, aged 62; secretary of state, 1824-5.
Bishop, Albro E., died November 15, 1880, aged 66.
Bissell, Gov. Wm. H., doctor, lawyer, soldier, died, Springfield, Ill., March 18, 1860, aged 48-9-24
Blackwell, Robert S., lawyer, died March 16, 1860, aged 54.
Blair, Chauncey Bulkley, banker, died Jan. 30, 1891, aged 80-7-12.
Blair, George, tailor, died February 13, 1842, aged 40.
Blair, Lyman, died (suicide) September 25, 1883, aged 68.
Blake, Capt. Chesley, soldier and lake-captain, died, Milwaukee, Wis., October 3, 1849, aged 60.
Blanke, Judge Geo. Frederick, lawyer, d. July 28, 1895, a, 62-9-26.
Blatchford, Rev. John, died, St. Louis, Mo., Apr. 8, 1855, aged 59.
Bogart, Dr. Henry Van der, died, Naperville, Ill., April 8, 1835, aged 25.
Bolles, Peter, died, New York City, August 19, 1839, aged 45.
Bond, Ezra, died before March 9, 1852.
Bonnefield, Joseph, lawyer, died February 19, 1881, aged 40.
Borein, Rev. Peter Rubel, died August 15, 1839, aged 29.
Bowen, Chauncey Thomas, merchant, died, Chester, Mass., Mar. 5, 1896, aged 63-6-20.
Bowen, James Harvey, died May 1, 1881, aged 59.
Bradley, Maj. Hezekiah, U. S. A., died May 18, 1826, aged 40.
Bradwell, Myra Colby, lawyer, editor Chicago Legal News, died February 24, 1894, aged 63.
Bragg, Maj. Frederick Augustus, died April 5, 1887, aged 57 ¾.
Branigan, James, died before January 2, 1849.
Braunhold, Gustav, bookbinder, died, St. Charles, Ill., February 18, 1890, aged 75¼.
Breese, Josiah S., died
Breese, Judge and Senator Sidney, d., Pinckneyville, Ill., June 27, 1878, aged 78.
Bronson, Arthur, capitalist, died, New York, Nov. 19, 1844
Bross, Gen. John Armstrong, killed, Petersburgh, Va., July 30, 1864, aged 38½.
Bross, Phineas Camp, died July 22, 1859, aged 31 ½
Bross, Gov. William, died January 27, 1890, aged 76.
Brown, John J., died August 13, 1850, aged 40.
Brown, William, died Summit, Cook Co., June 28, 1849, aged 58.
Browning, Orville Hickman, lawyer, died August 10, 1881, a. 71.
Buck, George, druggist, died October 3, 1889, aged 62.
Buckingham, Gen. Cathrinus Putnam, died Aug. 20, 1888, a. 80.
Buckley, John, found frozen, January 16, 1849
Bucklin, James M., civil-engineer, died Greencastle, Ind., April 12. 1890, aged 87.
Burgess, Wm. Theobold, lawyer, died Oct. 31, 1895, aged 78-11-26.
Burlingame, Anson, died, St. Petersburg, Russia, Feb'y 23, 1873, 51¾
Burlingame, Rev. Joel, died, Arlington Heights, Cook Co., Ill, January 6, 1883, aged 83.
Burnet, Gen. Ward B., died, Washington, D.C., June 24, 1884, aged 73.
Burnside, Gen. Ambrose Everett, died, Bristol, R.I., September 13, 1881, aged 57.
Burr, Jonathan, philanthropist, died February 4, 1869, aged 75.
Butler, Walter, capitalist, died August 8, 1851
Byford, Dr. William Heath, died May 21, 1890, aged 73.


-C- SURNAMES
Caldwell, Billy (Indian chief "Sauganash"), died, Council Bluffs, Iowa, September 28, 1841, aged 60.
Campbell, Benj. H., capitalist, drowned Nov. 26, 1890
Campbell, George L. (Goodsell & C), died, Cleveland, O., Sept. 28, 1842, aged 28.
Campbell, Maj. James B., died, St. Charles, Mo., January 3, 1873.
Carpenter, Abel E., died, Aurora, Ill., December 8, 1882, aged 69.
Carpenter, Benjamin, packer, died April 9, 1881, aged 71-4-5.
Carter, Artemus, died May 13, 1877, aged 64.
Carver, Benjamin F., banker, died May 23, 1893, aged 61.
Casey, Edward W., lawyer, died, New Hampshire, after 1842.
Cass, Gen. and Gov. Lewis, died, Detroit, Mich., June 17, 1866, aged 84.
Catlin, Seth, died January 18, 1863, aged 50.
Caulfield, Bernard G., lawyer, died, Deadwood, D. T., December 19. 1887, aged 59.
Chadwick, William Peach, died December 12, 1892, aged 67-1-27.
Chapin, Eber J., died February 5, 1883, aged 67.
Chapin, Orson, died August 28, 1839, aged 22.
Chapman, Harvey H., died, Warehouse Point, Conn., February 19, 1882, aged 33.
Chase, Charles Carroll, abstracts, died December 4, 1895, aged 66.
Chase, Samuel Blanchard, abstracts, died Mar. 27, 1896, a: 72-5-1.
Chickering, John W., lawyer, died March 3, 1877
Chumasero, John Tyron, merchant, died April 15, 1896, aged 56.
Clark, Gen. George Rogers, died, near Louisville, Ky., January 13, 1818, aged 65
Clark, Gen. and Gov. Wm, died, St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 1, 1838, a. 68.
Clarke, Charles Frederick, banker, died Oct. 8, 1893, aged 37-1-11.
Clarke, John Vaughan, grocer, banker, died Aug. 8, 1892, aged 67.
Clarke, Geo. C, ins. ag't, d., Thomasville, Ga., Apr. 5, 1887, a. 49.
Clarke, Dr. Henry, died, Walworth, Wis., before April 23, 1853, aged 60.
Clarke, Norman, died, Racine, Wis, February 28, 1885, aged 80.
Clybourn, Henley, died, Westville, Ind., 1876, aged 72.
Clybourn, Capt. John Henry, 19th Ill. Vols., d. Sept. 20, 1875, a. 38.
Clybourn, Jonas, father of Archibald and Henley, died Westville, lnd., July 24, 1842
Cobb, Edwin, died, West Northfield, Cook Co.. Ill., April 21, 1885, aged 81.
Cobb, George W., died July 11, 1885, aged 65.
Cobb, George Warrington, merchant, died Jan. 21, 1894, a. 89-4-13.
Cobb, James W., machinist, died July 6, 1890, aged 75.
Cobb, Zenas, jr., first inventor of sleeping-car, died, Los Angeles, Cal., January 15, 1886, aged 68 1/3.
Coffey, Patrick, died May 18, 1858
Coffin, Frederick, died, Oswego, Ill., January 22, 1884, aged 67.
Coffin, Joseph Warren Chase, died
Colby, Eben Franklin, died August 10, 1884, aged 68½.
Coles, Gov. Edward, died, Phila., Pa., July 7, 1868, aged 81 ½.
Collier, Rev. Robert Laird, died, "The Everglades," N. J., July 26, 1890, aged 52-10-19.
Collins, George C, died
Colvin, Harvey Doolittle, agent U.-S. Express, 22d mayor, died April 16, 1892, aged 76-3-26.
Conant, Rev. Augustus H., died February 8, 1863
Cook, Burton C, lawyer, d., Evanston, Ill., Aug. 18, 1894, a. 75-3-7.
Cook, Daniel Pope, lawyer, died, Kentucky,.Oct. 16, 1827, aged 33.
Cooke, Daniel Brainard, bookseller, died October 21, 1884, aged 59.
Cooke, Richard E., died April 15, 1885, aged 63.
Coolbaugh, William Findlay, suicide, Nov. 14, 1877, aged 56½.
Corse, Gen. John M., died, Winchester,. Mass., Apr. 27, 1893, a. 58.
Corwith, Henry, died, Gibson's Lake, Wis., Sept. 15, 1888, a. 75¼.
Corwith, Nathan, died 1889, aged 73.
Coventry, Alex. C, lawyer, died, NewYork City, March 6, 1872.
Cowles, Alfred, lawyer, d., San Diego, Cal., Nov. 16, 1887, a. 100-4-5.
Cowles, Alfred,, manager Chicago Tribune, d. Dec. 20, 1889, a. 57½.
Crafts, John, died 1825.
Crawford, Peter, died November 2, 1876, aged 81¼.
Crerar, John, merchant, capitalist, philanthropist, died October 19, 1889, aged 65.
Crocker, Hans, lawyer, died, Milwaukee, Wis., Mar. 17, 1889, a. 73.
Cronin, Dr. Patrick Henry, murdered May 4, 1889
Crooks, Ramsay, died, New York City, June 6, 1859, aged 72½
Cullerton, Edward, died July 13, 1885, aged 93.
Curtis, Rev. Harvey, died, Galesburg, Ill., Sept. 18, 1862.


-D- SURNAMES
Daggy, Peter, lawyer, land commissioner Illinois Central Railway, died July 14, 1896, aged 76-8-19.
Dale, William McMillan, druggist, died, Charlevoix, Mich., July 31, 1888, aged 45.
Dalliba, James E., died, Marquette, Mich., Mar. 23, 1894, aged 72.
Day, Lieut. Hannibal,, died, Morristown, N.J., Mar. 26, 1891, a. 86.
Dean, Silas Tisdell, musician, died January 12, 1889, aged 71.
Dearborn, Gen. Henry G. R., died, Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 21, 1884, aged 75.
Dearborn, Gen. Henry, died June 6, 1829, aged 78.
DeCamp, Surg. Sam'l G. L, died, Saratoga, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1871
Derby, William M., died December 6, 1892, aged 67-11.
Devine, Peter, boiler-maker, died January 7, 1890, aged 57.
Dewey, Dr. Erastus, died
DeWolf, Henry, treasurer Ill. Cent. Ry, died Oct. 10, 1893, a. 49.
DeWolf, Lieut. William, died, Washington, D.C., June 2, 1862, aged 20.
DeWolf, William Frederick, died July 25, 1896, aged 85.
Dexter, Wirt, lawyer, died May 17, 1890, aged 57.
Dickens, Augustus N., "Boz," died October 4, 1866, aged 40.
Dickey, Judge Theophilus Lyle, died, Atlantic City, N. J., July 23, 1885, aged 74¾.
Dietzsch, Emil, ex-coroner, died September —, 1890
Doggett, Mrs. Kate Newell, wid. of Wm. E., died, Havana, Cuba, March 13, 1884; founder of "The Fortnightly of Chicago."
Doggett, William Elkanah, died April 3, 1876, aged 55 ½.
Doolittle, Elijah, died, Joliet, Ill.
Doolittle, James R., jr., lawyer, died August 8, 1889, aged 44.
Doty, Theodoras, died June 11, 1885, aged 83¾.
Douglas, Capt. Benjamin, died, Bloomfield, N.J., December, 1882.
Douglas, Judge John M., died March 26, 1891, aged 70-7-4.
Douglas, Senator Stephen Arnold, died July 3, 1861, aged 48.
Douglass, Lieut. William M., died by poison, Aug. 8, 1875, a. 57.
Douglass, Charles, died,
Downing, Daniel, " Sunnyside," died October 8, 1892, aged 77.
Doyle, Simon, cattle dealer, died November, 1851.
Drake, John Burroughs, hotel, died November 12, 1895, aged 70.
Driscoll, Daniel D., lawyer, shot December 21, 1871, aged 45.
Drummond, Judge Thomas, d., Wheaton, Ill., May 15, 1890, a. 80-7.
Drummond, Judge Wm. W. (Utah), died Nov. 20, 1888
Dubois, Jesse K., died, Springfield, Ill., Nov. 24, 1876
Ducat, Gen. Arthur Charles, insurance, died, Downer's Grove, Ill. January 29, 1896, aged 65-11-5.
Duck, Dr. Chas. Hill, died, Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 12, 1880, a. 62.
Dunham, John High, grocer, died April 28, 1893, aged 75-9.
Dunlop, George, died April 17, 1860.
Dunlap, Matthias Lane, "Rural," died on his farm, Champaign County, Ill., about February 14, 1875, aged 60½.
Dutch, Alfred, editor, died November 7, 1878, aged 78.
Dyche, Dr. David Raper, died, Evanston, Ill., Aug. 4, 1893
Dyer, Clarence H., coal, died, Woodstock, Vt., Aug. 10, 1894, a. 54.


-E- SURNAMES
Earley, George W., died April 7, 1885, aged 73.
Eckhart, Thomas, caterer, died March 22, 1891, aged 65-3-19.
Eddy, William H., "Horse Eddy," died Feb. 21, 1896, aged 75.
Edgell, Stephen M., died, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 19, 1883, aged 73.
Egan, Dr. Chas. Bradshaw, d.. Blue Island, Ill., Feb. 3, 1878, a. 72.
Elliott, Franklin P., paper, d., Oak Park, Ill., Jan. 10, 1893, a. 58-6.
Ellis, Dr. J. Ward, dentist, died December 20, 1890, aged 62.
Ellison, Col. John A., auctioneer, died Sept. 26, 1893, aged 67.
Ellsworth, Col. Ephraim Elmer, killed, Alexandria, Va,, May 24, 1861, aged 24; organized, March, 1869, and commanded US Zouave Cadets, military champions of America, 1860.
Ellsworth, Lewis, died, Naperville, Dupage Co., Ill., January 15, 1885, aged 80.
Evans, Michael, "By Dang," died July 31, 1894, aged 65.


-F- SURNAMES
Fake, Henry, died December 1884
Farnum, Henry, died, New Haven, Conn., Oct. 4, 1883, a. 80-6-25.
Ferry, William Henry, died March 26, 1880
Field, Benjamin, sleeping-car promoter, d. New-York State
Field, Henry, dry-goods merchant, died Dec. 22, 1890, aged 49.
Filkins, John, died, Morris, Ill., April, 1854, aged 44.
Filkins, Joseph, died November 12, 1857, aged 52.
Flint, Dr. Austin, died, New York City, March 13, 1886, aged 73½.
Floto, William, died December 14, 1885, aged 57-4-21.
Flower, George, first settler of Edwards Co., died, Grayville, Ill., January 15, 1862, aged 74.
Foley, Bishop Thomas, died February 19, 1879, aged 56.
Foltz, Conrad, jailor, died October 16, 1890, aged 64.
Foot, David A., died, Ravenswood, Cook Co., 11., December 27, 1881, aged 59.
Forbes, Stephen VanRensselaer, died February 11, 1879, aged 81¾.
Ford, Thomas, lawyer, judge, and governor, died, Peoria, Ill., November 3, 1850, aged 50.
Forrest, Henry Lawrence, banker, died Oct. 24, 1860, aged 42¾.
Forsyth, Thomas, Indian agent, died, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 29, 1833, aged 62; half-brother of John Kinzie.
Forsythe, John, died September 22, 1885, aged 55
Forsyth, Robert, died, Savannah, Ga., April 15, 1885, aged 60½.
Forsyth, Robert A., died, Detroit, Mich., Oct. 21, 1849, aged 53.
Foster, Lieut. Amos Bancroft, shot by a private, at Fort Howard, Green Bay, Wis., February 7, 1832, aged 30.
Fox, Harry, died, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 4, 1883, aged 57.
Frank, Arnold, merchant, died September 26, 1893, aged 78.
Freeman, Rev. Allen B., died December 17, 1834, aged 27.
Freer, Dr. Joseph Warren, died April 12, 1877, aged 61.
French, George Haskel, hotel-keeper, died Nov. 1, 1870, aged 54.
Fry, Gen. Jacob, died
Fuller, Samuel Worcester, lawyer, died October 25, 1873, a. 51½
Furman, Lieut. John G., died August 29, 1830, aged 29.


-G- SURNAMES
Gage, David A., hotel-keeper, died, Charlestown, N.H., April 12, 1889
Gage, George W., hotel-keeper, died Sept. 24, 1875, aged 63½.
Gage, Thomas Q., died, Menominee, Mich., May 18, 1881, aged 73.
Gale, Daniel Warren, merchant, died April 13, 1896, aged 73.
Gallup, Benjamin Ela., lawyer, died Dec. 1, 1895, aged 69-4-19.
Garrison, Andrew, lawyer, died June 17, 1888, aged 68.
Gassette, Norman T., real estate, died March 26, 1891, a. 51-11-5.
Gates, Caleb F., merchant, died June 9, 1890, aged 66.
Gaubert, Charles H., died March 21, 1884, aged 60.
Gavin, Isaac E., ex-sheriff, d., Waukegan, Lake Co.,IL, 1848
Germain, George EL, died, Escanaba, Mich., Dec. 6, 1882, aged 66.
Gibbs, Dr. Aaron, dentist, died August 3, 1890, aged 83.
Gillespie, Judge Joseph, died, Edwardsville, Ill., Jan. 7, 1885, a. 75 1/3
Gillmore, Robert A., drowned August 9, 1867
Gilman, Marcus D., grocer, died, Montpelier, Vt., Jan. 5, 1889
Gilpin, Henry D., lawyer, philanthropist, died, Philadelphia, Pa., January 29, 1860, aged. 58-9-15.
Gindele, John George, died January 20, 1872, aged 58.
Goodell, J. W., died, Somonauk, Ill., February 23, 1885, aged 72.
Goodhue, Dr. Josiah C, died, Rockford, Ill., Dec. 31, 1847
Gooding, Jasper Augustus, died, Gooding's Grove, Ill. Dec. 6, 1855, aged 44¼.
Gooding, William E., died March 4, 1878, aged 75.
Goodrich, Lake-capt. Albert E., died September 14, 1885, aged 59.
Goodwin, John, horseshoer, died September 16, 1885, aged 85.
Goodwin, S. A., died May 14, 1879, aged 73.
Gossage, Charles, died January 5, 1883, aged 53.
Goudy, William Calvin, lawyer, died April 27, 1893, aged 69.
Graham, Gen. James Duncan, died December 28, 1865, aged 73.
Grant, James, lawyer, died, Oakland, Cal., Mar. 14, 1891, aged 78.
Grant, Gen. Ulysses Simpson, died, Mt. MacGregor, N.Y., July 23, 1885, aged 63¼
Green, George Wills, suicided in Cook-Co, jail, Feb. 24, 1855
Grimwood, Newton S., reporter, lost in Lake Michigan, July 15, 1875, with Prof. Donaldson's balloon
Grubb, George G., died, Chesterton, Ind., December 7, 1886
Gurney, Theodore Tuthill, lawyer, died Nov. 9, 1886, aged 66.
Guthrie, Alfred, died August 17, 1882, aged 77.
Guthrie, James, died, Summit, Ill., July 3, 1849, aged 89.
Guthrie, Peter, died. St. Charles, Ill., October 21, 1861, aged 54.


-H- SURNAMES
Hager, Prof. Albert David, died July 29, 1888, aged 71.
Halm, James Augustus, physician, died Oct. 25, 1875, aged 71½.
Haines, Elijah Middlebrook, tailor, lawyer, politician, died, Libertyville, Ill., April 25, 1889, aged 68.
Hamlin, Clark Bates, treasurer, died Sept. 2, 1883, aged 41.
Hammond, Col. Charles Goodrich, died April 15, 1884, aged 80.
Hancock, Col. John L., died February 17, 1890, aged 77.
Handy, Maj. Henry S., contractor, died, Bayfield, Mich., 1846, a. 42.
Hansen, George P., died May 21, 1883, aged 71.
Hardy, Isaac, died, LaSalle, Ill., September 14, 1864, aged 61.
Harmon, Isaac Dewey, died April 9, 1886, aged 72.
Harmon, Martin, father of I. N. and E. R., died
Harris, Uriah Peter, clothier, C. E. fire dep't, d. June 2, 1871, a. 53½.
Harrison, Carter Henry, 25th mayor of Chicago, assassinated at his home, Oct. 28, 1893, 8 p.m., by Eugene Patrick Joseph Prendergast, aged 68-8-13.
Harvie, Andrew, attorney-at-law, died January 14, 1863, aged 56.
Hatfield, Rev. Robert M., died, Evanston, Ill., Apr. 1, 1891, a. 73.
Hathaway, Dr. Otis P., died January 20, 1896, aged 74.
Hathaway, Wm. G., school-teacher, died Courtland, N.Y., Jan. 8, 1891
Haven, Carlos, died May 3, 1862, aged 38½.
Haven, Luther, died March 9, 1866, aged 59.
Haven, Dr. Samuel Rush, d., New Lenox, Ill., Hay 4, 1890, a. 63 1/3
Hayden, Peter, sadlery, died, New-York City, April 6, 1888, a. 82.
Hayes, Samuel Snowdon, died January 23, 1880, aged 59.
Heald, Capt. Nathan, died, St. Charles,Mo., Apr. 27, 1832, aged 57.
Heath, Monroe, paints, 24th mayor, died, Ashville, N.C., October 21, 1894, aged 67.
Hempstead, Edward, lumber, d., Evanston, Ill., May 2, 1895, a. 75.
Henderson, Charles Mather, merchant, d. Jan. 23, 1896, a. 61-10-2.
Herrick, Dr. Wm. B., died, Durham, Maine, Dec. 31, 1865, a. 52¼
Herrington, Augustus, died, Geneva, Ill., August 14, 1884, aged 64.
Hesler, Alex., photographer, died July 1895, aged 72.
Heywood, Porter P., insurance, died April 28, 1896, aged 67.
Hickling, William, died August 25, 1881, aged 66¾
Higgins, Judge VanHollis, d., Darien, Wis., Apr. 17, 1893, a. 72-1-19.
Hines, Austin, died February 27, 1860
Hinton, Rev. Isaac Taylor, died, New Orleans, La., August 28, 1847, aged 48.
Hoard, Samuel, died November 25, 1881. aged 81 years, 6 months.
Hoffman, Charles Fenno, author, died, Harrisburg, Pa., June 7, 1884, aged 78.
Hoffman, John, ex-sheriff, died January 30, 1889, aged 54.
Hogan, John Stephen Coates, early postmaster, died, Memphis, Tenn., 1866.
Hoge, Abram H., merchant, died January 19, 1890, aged 90.
Hoit, Charles, died
Hooley, Richard M., theatrical manager, died Sept. 8, 1893, a. 71.
How, Geo. Murdoch, com. mer., died July 10, 1893, aged 67-7-10.
Howland, George, teacher, died October 22, 1892, aged 67-6-20.
Hoyne, Michael A., bookbinder, died March 25, 1891, aged 73.
Hubbard, Elijah Kent, died May 26, 1839, aged 26.
Hugunin, Daniel, died, Kenosha, Wis., June 26, 1850, aged 60 1/3.
Hugunin, Edward, died, Oakland, Cal., March 17, 1878, aged 64.
Hugunin, Hiram, burned, Waukegan, Ill., Dec. 12, 1866, aged 68.
Hugunin, John Clark, died, Milwaukee, Wis., July 4, 1865, a. 54½
Hugunin, Judge Peter Daniel, died April 22, 1865, aged 82 2/3.
Hugunin, Capt. Robert, died, Lyons, Ill., June, 1862, aged 70.
Humphrey, Rev. Zephamiah Moore, died, Cincinnati, O., November 17, 1881, aged 57.
Hunt, Chas. Cotesworth Pinckney, died April 21, 1892, aged 90.
Hunt, Edwin, died October 14, 1874, aged 65¾.
Hunt, Dr. Wm. Carlton, died February —, 1891, aged 64.
Hunter, Gen. David, died, Washington, D.C., February 2, 1886, aged 83-6-11.
Hunter Edward E., justice of peace, died
Huntoon, Bengsley, died
Huntoon, Geo. M., died, Grand Ledge, Mich., Aug. 6, 1884, a. 93.
Huntoon, jr., Geo. M., died, So. Evanston, Dec. 21, 1879
Hurlbut, Henry. H., author, died April 21, 1890, aged 77.
Hurlburt, Gen. Stephen Augustus, died, Lima, Peru, S.A., while U.S. Minister, March 27, 1882, aged 66.
Hussander, Peter John, clothier, died December 19, 1886, aged 62.


-I- SURNAMES
Ingalls, Albert W., prin. Dearborn School, died, April, 1850
Ingham, Geo. Collins, lawyer, died Feb. 26, 1891, aged 39-11-16.
Ingraham, Granville S., grocer, died, Pass Christian, Miss., Dec. 20, 1892, aged 68.
Irwin, Matthew, U.-S. factor and Indian agent, died, Uniontown, la., about 1845, aged 75.


-J- SURNAMES
Jackson, Francis, died May 7, 1890, aged 51.
Jackson, Obadiah, jr., lawyer, died March 13, 1878
Jackson, Obadiah, sr., grocer, died October 18, 1865-, aged 64.
James, Benj. F., lawyer, died, Washington, D.C.
Jamieson, Judge John Alex., died June 16, 1890, aged 65 1/8
Jamieson, Lemuel B., printer, died February 2, 1888, aged 63.
Jamieson, Capt. Louis Titus, died, Rio Grande, Tex., Oct. 1856, a. 51.
Jansen, Egbert L., bookseller, d., Detroit, Mich., Nov. 1892
Jennings, Benjamin, type-caster, clown, died Jan. 23, 1874, a. 66.
Jewell, Dr. James Stewart, died April 17, 1887, aged 49½.
Johnson, Dr. Hosmer Allen, died February 26, 1891, aged 68.
Johnson, Wm. S., died, Jacksonville, Fla., March 21, 1882, a. 58 2/3
Jones, Daniel Amasa, packer, capitalist, and philanthropist, died January 11, 1886, aged 78.
Jones, Geo. Wallace, ex-senator, died, Dubuque, la., July 22, 1896, aged 92-3-10.
Jones (Bromfield) John, (octoroon), died May 21, 1879, aged 62½.
Jones, Judge Stevens S., murdered March 15, 1877, aged 54½.
Jouett, Charles (first Indian agent at Fort Dearborn), died, Trigg Co., Kentucky, May 28, 1834, aged 62.
Jussen, Edmund, lawyer, died. Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, February 17, 1891, aged 60-10.

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Keeley, Michael, brewer, died December 26, 1888
Keen, Joseph, jr., died, Philadelphia, Pa., March 5, 1854, aged 32
Keith, Col. Abijah, merchant, died June 29, 1890, aged 69½
Keith Morgan L., ex-alderman, died Sept. 80, 1890, aged 82.
Kennicott, Dr. Jonathan Asa, died May 12, 1893 aged 69.
Kennicott, Joseph E., died, Arlington Heights, Cook Co., Ill.,
Kennicott, Maj. Robert, naturalist, died, near Nulato, Alaska, May 13, 1866, aged 30½
Kennison, David, last survivor of the Boston Tea-Party, died Feb 24, 1852 aged 115-3-17; interred in Lincoln Park about 320 feet n-w from the Couch tomb, and about 30 feet east of the east line of North Clark street
Kercheval, Louis Cass, d., Hickory Creek, Ill Sept. 14 1846, a 52.
Kimball, James B., U.S.N., died, Pensacola Navy Yard, Fla., May 18, 1879, aged 43¾
Kimball, Henry R., died Cairo. Ill., November 4, 1854 aged 45.
Kimberly Col. John Ellis, died December 23, 1893, aged 5-.
King, Byram, died
King, John Lyle, lawyer, died April 17, 1892
Kingsbury, Henry W., killed at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1892, a. 59
Kinsley, Hubert M., caterer, died, New York City, Sept. 22, 1894, aged 63-0-3.
Kinzie, Ellen Marion, dau. of John Kinzie and first white child born in Chicago, Dec. 20, 1804; married to Dr. Alex. Wolcott, July 20 1823, by John Hamlin, J.P., of Peoria; later wife of Geo. C. Bates; died, Detroit, Mich. Aug. 1, 1860, aged 55-7-11.
Kinzie, Lieut Geo. H., died, Mt, Vernon barracks, Ala., August 26, 1890
Kinzie, James, died, Clyde, Iowa Co., Wis., Jan. 13, 1866, a. 62¾
Kinzie, john (Sha-ne-au-ke) Indian agent and trader, first white American settler at Chicago, 1803; died Jan. 6, 1828, a. 65-0-14
Kinzie, John Harris, jr., died, Ft. St. Charles, Ark., June 17, 1863, aged 24 2/3
Kirk James Smith, soap manufacturer, died, So. Evanston, Ill., June 16, 1886, aged 68.
Kirkland, Elizabeth Stansbury, author and educator, died July aged 60.
Kirkland, Joseph, lawyer, died April 29, 1894, aged 64.
Knickerbocker, Judge Joshua C, died January 5, 1890, aged 53 2/3
Knox, Col. Edward Burgen, died April 9, 1890, aged 52; 2d sergeant U.S. Zouave Cadets, 1860.


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Laframboise, Alexis, died
Laframboise, Francis, died
Lamb, Patrick, died before April 9, 1857.
Larned, Edwin Channing, lawyer,, died, Lake Forest, Ill., Sept. 18, 1884, aged 64.
Larrabee, Lieut. Lucius Sherman, killed at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863, aged 26.
LaSalle, Robert Rene Cavelier de, killed, Texas, Mar. 18, 1687 (sic - 6/8 are probablytransposed?), a. 43.
Latrober, Charles Joseph, died December 4, 1875, aged 73-9-14.
Launder, James, died August 11, 1880, aged 67.
Lavinia, Wm. T. S., lawyer, pawnbroker, died, intestate, January 9, 1861
Lawrence, Judge Charles Burrall
Leavenworth, Jesse H., died, Milwaukee, Wis., March 12, 1885, aged 77.
LeBar, Edwin K., died January 2, 1854
Lebel, Rev. Isadore A., died, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1878
LeBrun, Thomas Francis, violinist, died October 8, 1884, aged 79
Lester, John Threadgold, merchant, died March 11, 1890, aged 43.
Lewis, Allen Cleveland, capitalist, philanthropist, died Oct. 15,1877, aged 57-8-27.
Lewis, Joseph, mechanical engineer, inventor, died, Kansas City, Mo., November 17, 1894, aged 71.
Libby, Charles Perley, packer, died June 24, 1895, aged 57.
Lincoln, Abraham, assassinated, Washington, D.C., February 14, 1865, aged 55.
Little Turtle, (Indian chief), died July 14, 1812
Lloyd, Bartholomew F., died December 7, 1886. aged 77.
Lockwood, Judge Samuel Drake, died, Batavia, Ill., Apr. 23, 1874, aged 84-8-21.
Logan, Gen. John Alex., died, Washington, D.C., Dec. 26, 1886, a. 61.
Logan, Judge Stephen Trigg, died July 18, 1880, aged 80½.
Loop, James L., died, Belvidere, Ill., February 8, 1865, aged 49.
Long, Stephen Harriman, died, Alton, Ill., Sept. 4, 1864, a. 79-8-4.
Loveday, Julius Leopold, died, Twin Lakes, Wis., June 19, 1889, aged 54-10-13.
Loveday, Wm. Lockyer, clied, Geneva, Ill., Apr. 24, 1884, aged 80
Lovejoy, Rev. Elijah Parish, murdered at Alton, Ill., November 7, 1837, aged 35.
Luddington, Nelson, died January 15, 1833, aged 65.
Lumbard, Franklin C, "Old Shady", died Apr. 14, 1883, aged 57.
Luse, Ananias Pugh, printer, type-founder,died, LosAngeles, Cal., January 16, 1891, aged 60.
Lynch, Thomas, distiller, died September 22, 1893, aged 67.


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McAllister, Judge Wm. K., d., Ravenswood, Ill., Oct. 29, 1888, a. 70.
McAvoy, John H., brewer, ex-alderman, d. July 24, 1893, a. 62-8-22.
McCabe, Thomas, died December 23, 1883, aged 89.
McChesney, Robert, died February 9, 1886, aged 76.
McClellan, Gen. Geo. Brinton, died, St. Cloud, Orange Mountain, N.J., October 28, 1885, aged 59.
McClure, Andrew, died, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 20, 1860
McClure, Josiah E., suicide, Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 12, 1888
McCormick, Cyrus Hall, died May 13, 1884, aged 75.
McCoy, Rev. Isaac, died, Louisville, Ky., June 21, 1846, aged 62.
McGrea, Samuel Harkness, ex-city treasurer, died March 11, 1891, aged 64-6-26.
McCumber, Capt. Francis, sailor, died, Burlington, Wis., April 8, 1888, aged 82½
McDermott, Michael, surveyor, died October 10, 1888, aged 78
McDougall, Gen. James Allen, died, Albany, N.Y., Sept. 3, 1867, aged 49-9-14.
McFall, John, died November 7, 1853
McFarren, John H., died June 6, 1882, aged 69.
McFayden, Capt. John, drowned of Death's Door, Lake Michigan, July 1852
McIlroy, Daniel, died August 22, 1862
McKee, David, died near Aurora, Ill., April 9, 1881, aged 80¼
McKindley, James, grocer, died March 31, 1896, aged 71-1-9.
McKindley, John G., died, Kenosha, Wis., January 16, 1884, a. 62.
McKindley, William, died March 29, 1880, aged 55.
McKinna, Bernard, died June 25, 1880, aged 63½.
McLaughlin, Francis, carpenter, first superintendent of Calvary Cemetery, arrived in 1844, died May 8, 1873, aged 54.
McMullen, James, died December 16, 1871, aged 75.
McMullen, Rev. John, died, Davenport, Ia., July 4, 1883, a. 54-3.
McRoberts, Judge Josiah, died, Joliet, Ill., June 2, 1885, aged 7-.
McRoberts, Senator Samuel, d., Cincinnati, O., Mar. 27, 1843, a. 44.
McVickar, Dr. Brockholst, died, Buffalo, N. Y., October 13, 1883, aged 74.
McVickar, James Hubert, actor, manager, d. Mar. 8, 1896, a. 74-0-24.
McVicker, Brockholst L. (Wild Edgerton), d. Dec. 24, 1888
Mack, William Champion, merchant, died May 6, 1884, a. 78; with whom David Kennison, the last survivor of the Boston tea-party, came to Chicago from New York State and lived until his death.
Mackin, Thomas, contractor, died November 16, 1893, aged 65.
Marble, Mrs. Anna Warren, widow of Danford, actress, died, Cincinnati, O., March 11, 1872, aged 56-3-10.
Marble, Danford, "Yankee," comedian, died of cholera, Louisville, Ky., May 13, 1849, aged 39-1-3.
Markoe, Hartman, died, New York
Marquette, James, died, Lake Michigan, May 18, 1675 (sic), aged 38.
Marshall, James Monroe, real estate, died July 1, 1880, aged 45-9.
Martin, Edward, died, Red Hook, N.Y., Dec. 3, 1893, aged 82.
Mason, Mathias, died, Sutherland. Ia,, about December 20, 1882, aged 83.
Mason, Roswell B, C. E., 20th mayor, died Jan. 1, 1892, aged 86¼
Matteson, Gov. Joel Aldrich, died January 31, 1873, aged 64-5-1.
Mattocks, John, lawyer, died February 12, 1889, aged 49½.
Meacham, Dr. Silas, died, Maine, Cook Co., Ill., July 21, 1852, aged 63.
Meadowcroft, Robert, died February 13, 1893, aged 79.
Meadowcroft, Thomas, died April 27, 1863, aged 73.
Meadowcroft, jr., Thomas, died July 28, 1852, aged 38.
Meadowcroft, Richard, died February 4, 1877, aged 57.
Mears, Charles, lumber, died May 23, 1895, aged 81.
Medill, James Corbett, writer, died Nov. 3, 1864, aged 36-6-2.
Medill, Sam. Jones, printer, d. Quincy, Ill., Feb. 20, 1883, a. 42-3.
Medill, Maj. Wm. Henry, printer, died of wounds, July 16, 1863, aged 27¾.
Mendel, Edward, died April 4, 1884, aged 56-9-11.
Messer, C M , died, Beloit, Wis., June 1, 1885, aged 77.
Michie, James, died, LaGrange, Ill., April 24, 1876, aged 68.
Mihalotzy, Col. Geza, d. of wounds, Chattanooga, Mar. 11, 1864
Miller, Jacob, tavern-keeper, died, Long's Bar, Feather River, Cal., January 1, 1850.
Mills, Luther Laflin, sr., merchant, died Jan. 14, 1889, aged 70.
Mitchell, Henry, wagonmaker, d., Racine, Wis., Oct. 20, 1893, a. 83.
Moore, Henry, died, Concord, Mass., after 1841
Morgan, James J., died August 12, 1852
Morgan, John Robert, died 1872, aged 29.
Morgan, Richard Price, died, Dwight, Ill., Jan. 19, 1882, aged 92.
Morgan, Thomas, died, Blue Island, III., March 19, 1851, aged 74.
Morrison, Daniel, died November 9, 1880, aged 61.
Mulford, Edward A., died, Caseyville, Ky.Apr. 19, 1852, aged 42.
Mulford, Edward H., died, Evanston, Ill., March 5, 1878, aged 84.
Mullholland, Mother Mary de Sales (Mother Frances), died, Davenport, Iowa, January 1889, aged 78
Mulligan, Col. James A., died July 26, 1864, aged 34.
Mulvey, Junius, attorney, died November, 1892
Murphy, Edward, died, Rogers' Park, January 25, 1875, aged 70.
Murphy, Hon. Richard, died
Myers, Samuel, distiller, died November 5, 1882, aged 81-10.
Myers, Samuel, actor, died June 22, 1874, aged 43.
Myers, Simon Groot, died, Baltimore, Md., April 9, 1893


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Nash, Henry H., banker, died, New-York City, Nov. 10, 1892, a. 72.
Nealley, Ezra R., died, Oak Glen, Ill., July 3, 1885, aged 74.
Nelson, John A., ex-sheriff', died fall 1878
Nevins, Drum-maj. William, died March 27, 1894, aged 61.
Newhouse, John S., died May 8, 1882, aged 70.
Newton, Hollis, hotel-keeper, died August 25, 1835
Nichols, Kellogg, murdered on R.I.R.R., March 13, 1886, aged 48.
Nickerson, Solon, merchant, died December 19, 1887, aged 69.
Noble, George W, died November 11, 1885, aged 66.
Noble, John, died January 13, 1885, aged 82.
Noble, Major, died
Noble, Mark, died
Noble, Mark, jr., died
Norris, Benj. F., alias Joseph Thomason, executed in Concord, Iroquois Co., Ill., the first murder in Cook Co., June 10, 1836.
Nugent, Michael, died May 2, 1856


-O- SURNAMES
Ogden, Wm. L., bus. mgr. Tribune, died Dec. 22, 1893, aged 52.
O'Hara, Daniel, schoolmaster, ediror, civil-service clerk, politician, born Ayr, Scotland, Sept. 1, 1822, died Oct. 12, 1877, a. 55-1-11.
Olcott, Orville, ship-carpenter, died June 5, 1890, aged 76.
O'Regan, Rt.-Rev. Anthony, d., London, Eng., Nov. 13, 1865
Ouilmette, Antoine (Indian chief), died
Ousterhoudt, M. G., died March 27, 1884, aged 74.
Owen, Thomas J. V. (Indian agent), died Oct. 15, 1835, aged 34½


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Pardee, Myron, died, Oswego, N.Y., January 9, 1889, aged 69.
Pardridge, Edward, merchant, died April 17, 1896, aged 59.
Parker, Samuel, died, Davenport, la., August [?]0, 1884.
Parker, Warren, hotel, omnibus-line pioneer of Chicago, died, Barre, Orleans County, N.Y., August 14, 1854, aged 45-10-10.
Parks, Calvin C, died, Waukegan, October 20, 1860
Patterson, Wm. Jeffery, died, Montreal, Can., June 12, 1886, a. 70¾.
Pearce, Wm. Larned, hotel, died Aug. 18, 1874, aged 58-6-10.
Pearson, Judge John, died, Danville, Ill., May 30, 1875, aged 73.
Peck, Hon. Ebenezer, died May 25, 1881, aged 76.
Peck, John Mason, d., Rock Spring, O'Fallon, Ill., Mch. 15, 1858. aged 68¼.
Pestana, John A., died February 14, 1854, aged 48.
Phillip, Geo. S. (January Searle), died, Morristown (N.J.) insane asylum, January 15, 1889.
Phillips, John, portrait painter, born Paisley, Scotland, May 8, 1822; died, Helena, Mont. July 26, 1890, aged 68.
Phillips, Dr. John, oculist, died July 26, 1893, aged 75-2-20.
Pitkin, Wesley, died April 11, 1880, aged 73.
Pitney, F. V., died June 16, 1879, aged 65.
Plymton, Maj. Joseph, died, Staten Island, N. Y., June 5, 1860, aged 73.
Poole, William Frederick, librarian, died March 1, 1894
Pope, Gen. John, died, Sandusky, O., Sept. 22, 1892, aged 69-6-11.
Pope, Nathaniel, judge, died, Springfield, Ill., Jan. 14, 1850, a. 66.
Porter, Rev. Jeremiah, died, Beloit, Wis., July 25, 1893, aged 89.
Porter, Rev. Jonathan G., died, Naperville, Ill., February, 1883, aged 80.
Powell, George N., died before January 21, 1851
Power, John, died before April 14, 1851
Powell, M. A., died, Palo, Ill., February 21, 1885, aged 83½.
Priestly, Howard, died September 8, 1877, aged 47.
Prussing, Ernst, real estate, died November 28, 1889, aged 65.
Pruyne, Peter, died November, 1839
Pullman, Albert Benton, sleeping-car inventor, died December 18, 1893, aged 69.


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Rand, Socrates, farmer, died, Desplaines, Ill., Feb. 20, 1890, a. 86.
Ray, Dr. Charles Henry, editor, died Sept. 23, 1870, aged 49½.
Raymond, Rev. Lewis, died December 10, 1887, aged 80.
Read, Leander, liquors, died April 26, 1888, aged 67.
Red-Bird (Indian chief), d., Prairie-du-Chien, Feb. 16, 1828
Reed, Alanson, music, died February 25, 1893, aged 78.
Reed, Col. Charles Manning, died, Erie, Penn., Dec. 16, 1871, a. 68.
Reid, Robert, banker, died, Cincinnati, O., Oct. 11, 1892, aged 62.
Rexford, Heber S., died, Blue Island, Ill., March 6, 1885, aged 76.
Rexford, Norman, died, Blue Island, Ill., March 28, 1883, aged 81.
Rexford, Stephen, died, Blue Island, Ill., October, 1880, aged 76.
Reynolds, Gvt. John, died May 8, 1860, aged 77-2-12.
Rhines, George, died May 12, 1854, aged 19½.
Rice, John A., prop. Tremont House, died March 21, 1888, aged 59.
Rice, John Blake, actor, 19th mayor, died, Norfolk, Va.,Nov. 18, 1874, aged 65½.
Rice, Mary Ann Warren, wid. of John B., died, Coronado Beach, Cal, March 29, 1893, aged 74.
Richmond, Holland, died June 17, 1893, aged 65.
Richmond, Thomas, d., Woodstock, Vt, Apr. 20, 1892. a. 94-4-12.
Robbins, Allen, died October 3, 1864, aged 70.
Robertson, John, died before January 1, 1852
Robinson, Alex. (Indian chief), died, on his Reservation, April 22, 1872, aged 83.
Rogers, Dr. Edward Carter, died, Quincy, Mich., Feb. 19, 1887. aged 66-9-23.
Rogers, Judge John Gorin, died January 10, 1887
Roles, Rev. Joseph P., died September 25, 1889, aged 59.
Root, Geo. Frederick, musical composer, died Aug. 6, 1895, a. 75.
Root, John Wellborn, architect, died January 15, 1891, aged 41.
Root, Josiah Sackett, died, Buffalo, N.Y., April 28, 1884
Rose, Orrin J., died, New York, May 14, 1873
Rosenfeld, Levi, merchant, died August 17, 1887, aged 72.
Rounds, Sterling P., printer, d., Omaha, Neb., Dec. 17, 1887, a. 59½.
Runnion, David, died July 17, 1880, aged 75.
Rutter, Joseph Ormsby, banker, died, October 4, 1888
Ryan, Judge Edward George, died, Madison, Wis., October 19, 1880. aged 69-11-6.
Ryder, Rev. William Henry, died March 7, 1888, aged 66 1/3.
Ryerson, Martin, capitalist, died, Boston, Mass., Sept. 6, 1887, a. 69 2/3


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Saint Cyr, Rev. John Mary Ireneus, died, Carondalet, Mo.. Feb. 21, 1883, aged 80¼.
Sands, Josiah. J., brewer, died, Hartland, Wis., Apr. 24, 1890. a. 60.
Sard, Grange, sen., clothier, died February 25, 1884, aged 73.
Scates, Ex-Chief Justice Walter Bennett, died Evanston, Ill.. Oct. 26, 1886, aged 78¾.
Scammon, Charles T., died, Elgin, Ill., August 23, 1876, aged 36.
Scammon, Dr. Franklin, died February 10, 1864, aged 53-4-13.
Schaffner, Herman, banker, suicide, June 3, 1893
Schnideau, Polycarpus von, died December 27, 1859, aged 47.
Schoemaker, Joseph, died before May 18, 1850
Schreiner, John T., died January 16, 1849
Scott, James W., publisher Times-Herald, died, New York City, April 4, 1895, aged 45-10.
Scott, Col. Joseph Robert, 19th Illinois Vols., wounded at Stone's River, died July 8, 1863, a. 25-5-6; 1st lieutenant U.S. Zouave Cadets. 1860.
Scott. Maj. Martin, U.S.A., died near Molino del Rey, Mex., Sept. 8, 1847, aged 52.
Scott, Willard, died, Naperville, Ill., Sept. 13, 1892, aged 84.
Scott, Gen. Winfield, died, West Point, N.Y., 1866, a, 79-11-16.
Scribner, Col. Wiley S., recorder, died Sept. 28, 1889, aged 49.
Scripps, John Locke, printer and editor, died, .Minneapolis, Minn., September 21, 1866(? hard to read), aged 48½.
Sears. Jr., John, druggist, died, Lockport, Ill., Jan. 25, 1867, a. 54.
See, Rev.Wm., died Pulaski, Iowa Co., Wis., Aug. 20, 1858
Seifert, Charles, killed at the 7th ward polls, March 3, 1857
Seipp, Conrad, brewer, died January 28, 1590, aged 64 1/3
Shabonee, (Indian chief), died, Morris, Ill., July 17, 1859, aged 83.
Shaw, Peter, died, Fish Creek, Wis., Mar. 3, 1884, aged 68-11-11.
Sheahan, James Washington, editorial writer, Chicago Tribune, died June 17, 1883, aged 59 1/3.
Sheldon, Edward Holmes, real estate, died, New-York City, Dec. 19, 1890, aged 71.
Shepley, Capt. Charles H., died, Murfeesboro, Tenn., March 23, 1862, aged 21.
Sheridan, Gen. Philip Henry, died, Nouquit, Mass., Aug. 5, 1888, aged 57.5.
Shields, Gen. and Senator James, died, Ottumwa, la., June 1, 1879, aged 73.
Shipman, Dr. George E., died January 20, 1893, aged 73.
Shirley, Thos. (W. Z. O.Fleshman), lawyer, d. Mar. 16, 1889, a, 68.
Shirup. M., died, Crystal Lake, Ill., August 31, 1882, aged 72.
Shover, Cyrus, died, Ottawa, Ill., February 21, 1883, aged 70.
Shuman, ex-Gov. Andrew, editor, died May 5, 1890, aged 60.
Shumway, Edward S., lawyer, died, Essex, N.Y., Sept. 24, 1853, aged 35.
Shumway, Horatio G., died about December 16, 1862
Sibley, Hiram, seedsman, d., Rochester, N.Y., July 12, 1888, a. 81-5.
Sinclair, James, tinsmith, died August 13, 1871, aged 70.
Slater, Richard, died August 1, 1890, aged 69.
Smailes, Samuel, died November 19, 1882
Smith, Albert Paul, manager clearing-house, d. Jan. 22, 1890, a. 50.
Smith, Lieut. Ephraim Kirby, U.S.A., died near City of Mexico, September 11, 1847, aged 41.
Smith, George Clinton (dit Chas. G.), tailor, d. Sept., 1888, a. 57¼.
Smith, John Bradner, paper, died March 6, 1893, aged 75.
Smith, Perry Henry, lawyer, died March 29, 1885, aged 57.
Smith, Solomon Albert, banker, died Nov. 25, 1879, aged 64.
Smith, William Burr, hardware, "Powhattan," died Nov. 28, 1894, aged 59-9-25.
Snell, Amos Jerome, capitalist, murdered Feb. 2, 1888, aged 64.
Soules, Rufus, died, Waukegan, Ill.
Spalding, Joel Johnson, printer, killed on railroad at Evanston, Ill.. March 7, 1889, aged 52.
Spencer, Albert Tuttle, lake-captain, died, Waukegan, Ill., Sept. 14, 1895, aged 74-4-5.
Spencer, Franklin Fayette, hardware, died Nov. 1, 1890, a. 73-19.
Spring, Dr., died November 10, 1835
Sproat, Granville Temple, school-teacher, died, Mt. Lebanon, N.Y., February 6, 1887, aged 79.
Squires, Collins S., ass't-p.m., died October 10, 1888, aged 59.
Stager, Gen. Anson, died March 26, 1885, aged 60.
Starr, Dr. John F., died, Glencoe, Ill., March 12, 1873
Steel, George, died March 22, 1865, aged 68.
Steele, Ashbel, died 1861
Steele, Chas. Richards, banker, d., Waukegan, Ill., Nov. 11, 1888
Stein, Martin, died before September 21, 1850
Stewart, Thomas Alexander, attorney, editor and prop. Chicago Tribune, died, LaPorte, Ind., September 15, 1868
Stickney, Edward S., died March 20, 1880
Stiles, Gen. Israel Newton, lawyer, died Jan. 17, 1895, aged 61-6-1.
Stimson, William E., died, Michigan City, Ind., December 23, 1850, aged 26.
Stone, John, the first man hung in Chicago for murder, near s.-w. cor. South Park ave. and 31st st., July 10, 1840, aged about 50.
Stone, Leander, editor, died April 3, 1888, aged 55.
Stone, Rev. Luther, died July 9, 1890, aged 74¾.
Stone, Dr. Samuel, died May 4, 1876
Stoneham, John, died March 17, 1887, aged 73.
Storkey, George, died September 4, 1877, aged 74.
Storey, Wilber F., editor Chicago Times, d. Oct, 27, 1884, a, 64-10-8.
Storrs, Emery Alex., lawyer, d., Ottawa, Ill., Sept. 12, 1885. a. 50.
Strong, Gen. William Emerson, lawyer, lumberman, died, Firezze, Italy, April 10, 1891, aged 50-8.
Strother, Bolton F., lawyer, died June 17, 1862
Stuart, Gen. David, died, Detroit, Mich., Sept. 11, 1868, aged 48-6.
Stuart, John Todd, died, Springfield, Ill., Nov. 28, 1885, aged 78.
Stuart, Robert, explorer, died Oct. 28, 1848, aged 63-8-9.
Sturges, Geo., banker, d., Geneva Lake, Wis., Aug. 12, 1890, a. 52¼.
Sturges, Solomon, banker, patriot, died, Zanesviile, O.. October 14, 1864, aged 68-5-23.
Sturges, Wm., banker, d., Owego, N.Y., Nov. 12, 1894, a. 70-5-16.
Sundell, Chas. J., ag-'t Allan Line, died July 26, 1892, aged 70.
Sutherland, St. Clair, died December 8, 1892, aged 76-3.
Svanoe, Peter, Norwegian consul, died March 20, 1893, aged 53.
Swearingen, Col. James S., died, Chillicothe, O., February, 1864, aged 82.
Sweet Richard M.
Swett, Leonard, lawyer, died June , 1889.

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Talcott, Edward Benton, died February 8, 1886, aged 74.
Talcott, Mancel, died June 5, 1878, aged 60½.
Taylor, Anson H., died. Lakeside, May 9, 1878
Taylor, Benj. F., died, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 24, 1887, aged 68.
Taylor, Charles A., trunks, died August 3, 1892, aged 56.
Taylor, Col. Edmund Dick, died December 4, 1891, aged 89-1-26.
Taylor, James, lumber agent, died May 7, 1867, aged 39.
Temple, Dr. Peter, died, Lexington, Mo., March 18, 1889
Thielcke, Henry Daniel, artist, died November 25, 1874, aged 87.
Thomas, Judge Jesse Burgess, jr., died February 21, 1850, aged 44
Thomas, Jesse Burgess, judge and senator, died, Mt. Vernon, O., 1853, aged 76.
Thompson, Lieut. Seth, died, Ft. Dearborn, Mar. 4, 1811
Thompson, Gen. John Leverett, lawyer, died Jan. 31, 1888, a. 53.
Thomson, James, painter, died January 16, 1888, aged 74½.
Titsworth, Abraham D., died October 10, 1882, aged 62.
Tobey, Orville Hurd, packer, died April 25, 1893, aged 79.
Tonty, Henri de, died, Fort St. Louis, Mobile Bay, 1704, aged 54.
Trowbridge, Alva, died February 20, 1884, aged 80.
Trumbull, George, lawyer, died October 23, 1888, aged 70.
Trumbull, Lyman, lawyer, ex-senator, d. June 25, 1896, a. 82-8-13.
Tucker, Col. Joseph Henry, d., New York City, Oct. 22, 1894, a. 75.
Turner, Surg. Geo. F., d. Corpus Christie, Tex., Oct. 17, 1854
Tyler, Orson, tailor, died February 2, 1856, aged 43½.


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Uhlich, Carl Gottfried, gardner, died Nov. 19, 1867, aged 86.


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Vail, Walter, merchant, died, Newberg, N.Y., Feb. 1889, a. 74.
Valentine, John Ross, died October 1, 1892, aged 70.
VanAllen, Capt. Henry, sailor, died, St. Ignace, Mich., Jan. 25, 1883, aged 80.
VanArman, Col. John, lawyer, died, San Diego, Cal., April 6, 1890, aged 70.
VanBuren, Judge Evert, died February 12, 1885, aged 81¼.
Van der Bogart, Dr. Henry, died, Naperville, Ill., April 8, 1835, aged 25.
Vanetta, James, tobacconist, d. Janesville,Wis., May 19, 1890
VanNortwick, John, contractor, d., Batavia, Ill., Apr. 12, 1890, a. 81.
VanVoorhis, Dr. Isaac, massacred, August 15, 1812, aged 22½.
Van de Velde, Rt.-Rev. Jas. Oliver, d. Natchez, Miss., 1855
Vaughan, John C, editor Tribune, died, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O., September 27, 1892, aged 66.
Vernon, Wm, auditor Ill. Cent, Ry, died Feb. 5, 1884, aged 81.
Volk, Leonard, sculptor, died, Oceola, Wis., Aug. 19, 1895


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Wabansee, (Indian chief), died, Boonville, Mo., fall 1846, aged 80.
Wait, John Frederick, died, Fargo, Dak., June 20, 1883, aged 80.
Wait, Solomon, died, York, Mo., March 21, 1883, aged 81.
Wait, Timothy Robinson, died, Racine, Wis., April 9, 1857, ag. 49.
Walker, George E., died November 9, 1874
Walker, Senator George H., died, Milwaukee, Wis., September 20, 1866. aged 55.
Walker, Rev. Jas. B., died, Wheaton, Ill., March 6, 1887, aged 82.
Walker, Rev. Jesse, died, 12 m. w. of Chicago, Oct 5, 1835, aged 69.
Walker, Samuel J., died April 15, 1884, aged 57-3.
Wallace, John Seeley, died December 24, 1878, aged 67.
Wallin, Charles C, leather, died June 9, 1896, aged 92.
Ward, Capt. Eber B., died, Detroit, Mich., Jan. 2, 1874, aged 62.
Ward, Sister Mary Francis (Mother Francis), died
Warren, Harry, actor, son of Henry, died May 2, 1896, aged 41.
Warren, Henry, theatrical manager, died Feb. 21, 1894, aged 80.
Warren, Hooper, printer, died, Mendota, Ill., Aug. 22, 1864, a. 74.
Warren, Col. Julius M., died, Naperville, Ill., May 1, 1893, a. 83.
Warren, Wm., actor, died, Boston, Mass., Sept. 21, 1888, aged 75¾.
Washburne, Elihu Benjamin, died October 22, 1887, aged 71.
Watkins, John, died, Joliet, Will Co.. Ill., March 1, 1887, aged 85.
Watson, Rev. James V., editor N. W. Christian Advocate, died October 27, 1856, aged 42.
Webb, Gen. James Watson, died, N.-Y. City, June 7, 1884, a. 82 1/3.
Weber, Rudolph, caterer, died March 24, 1891, aged 55.
Weir, George Edwin, died February 11, 1886, aged 50¾.
Welch, Benjamin C., died, England. December 15, 1857
Welch, Henry, died December 26, 1882. aged 65.
Wellmaker, John, died, Hickory Creek, Ill., first German in Chicago, (baker).
Wells, Joseph B., ex-lieut.-gov., d., N.Y. City, Dec. 26, 1855
Wells, Capt. William, killed August 15, 1812, at the massacre of Chicago, aged about 43.
Wells, Prof. William Harvey, died January 21, 1885, aged 73.
Wentworth, Elijah, died, St. Jo., Mich., Nov., 1863, aged 87.
Wentworth, jr., Elijah, died, Galesburg, Ill., November 18, 1875, aged 72.
Wheeler, Hiram, elevators, died November 22, 1892, aged 83.
Wheeler, Russell, died, Milwaukee, Wis.
Wheeler, Dr. Tolman, philanthropist, capitalist, died November 20, 1889, aged 88.
Wheelock, Otis Leonard, architect, died, San Jose, Cal., January 23, 1893, aged 77.
Whistler, Major John, died, Bellefontaine, Mo., Sept. 3, 1827, a. 73.
Whistler, John Harrison, born in Fort Dearborn, October 7, 1807, died, Burlington, Kansas, October 23, 1873, aged 66.
Whistler, Col. William, died, Newport, Ky., Dec. 21, 1863, a. 79.
White, Gen. Julius, died, So. Evanston, Ill., May 12, 1890, a. 73½
Whitehead, Rev. Henry, died April 10, 1885, aged 75.
Whitehouse, Bishop Henry John, died August 10, 1874, aged 61.
Willson, James Lawrence, murdered at Winnetka, Ill., February 12, 1884, aged 72.
Willson, Solomon McNeil, died South, February 11, 1867, aged 48.
Wilson, Chas. Lush, died, San Antonio, Tex., March 9, 1878, a. 60.
Wilson, Geo. F., died, East Providence, R. I., Jan. 19, 1883, aged 64.
Wilson, Henry Lush, died September 2, 1861, aged 33.
Wilson, John McNeil, died at Englewood. Dec. 7, 1883, aged 81.
Wilson, John Quintard, died May 11, 1863, aged 82¼.
Wilson, Richard Lush, died, Albany, N.Y., Dec. 17, 1856, aged 42.
Wilson, Judge Robert Stacy, died December 23, 1882, aged 71.
Wolcott, Dr. Alexander, Indian agent, died Oct. 25, 1830, aged 40; his will was the first probated in Cook County.
Wood, Col. Jas. Henry, museum manager, died, Adrian, Mich., October 21, 1892, aged 71.
Wood, Peter Preston, died 1866
Woodard, Willard, teacher, died March 19, 1891, aged 66-3-7
Woodbury (Perrin), Sarah Steele, actress, died Feb. 19, 1888, a. 52.
Work, Henry Clay, printer, composer, died, Hartford, Conn., June 8, 1884, aged 51-8-7.
Wright, Abner Mills, com. mer., died Oct. 19, 1890, aged 62-8-26.
Wright, James, undertaker, died February 16, 1880, aged 64.
Wright, John, died September 20, 1840, aged 57.
Wright, Dea. John, died September 20, 1840, aged 57.
Wright, Robert C, real estate, died December 30, 1879, aged 66.
Wright, Samuel F., livery, d. Dunstable, Mass., Oct. 27, 1892
Wright, Truman G., died, 1855.
Wyman, Col. John Baker, killed Chickasaw Bayou, Dec. 28, 1862, aged 45-5-16.
Wyncoop, Henry A., died January 26, 1885, aged 75.


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Yates, Gov. Richard, died, Baranm's, St. Lous, Mo., November 27, 1873, aged 58-10-9.


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