Cook County, Illinois
LACKNER, Josef, 36; ?315 May-st., April 20. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
LAGERGREN, Josef L., 18; 9643 Av. L., April 21. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
LAKEY - SHOT, At Chicago on the night of July 10, James Lakey was shot and almost instantly killed by a policeman. The policeman claims that he found Lakey and companions in a barn and when he asked them what they were doing they attacked him, and Lakey was shot while attempting to run away. People in the neighborhood of Lakey claim the shooting was entirely unjustifiable. [The Northern Pacific Farmer (Wadena MN) July 17, 1879, page 2; Sub by RL]
LANE - Class of 1896 - ALBERT GRANNIS LANE. A.M.; b. 15 Mar., 1841, Chicago, Ill. Educator. Pres. Nat. Educ. Assoc., 1893-94.; d. 22 Aug., 1906, Chicago, Ill. [Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1905-1906, Hanover, N.H. - tr. by K. Mohler]
LANGE, Arthur A. beloved husband of the late Corinne; dear father of Corinne Hawerbier; fond grandfather of Arlene Doubek, Glenn and Nancy Hawerbier; great-grandfather of one; brother of Edna Heglund, George Lange, and Myrtle Venter. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m., at Friedrichs Funeral Home, 1939 W. 35th street. Interment Oak Ridge. 523-0056 [Chicago Tribune, Nov. 13, 1966 -- Submitted by Source #96]
LANGE, Corinne,nee Gagner, beloved wife of Arthur; dear mother of Corinne Hawerbier; grandmother of Arlene Doubek, Glenn and Nancy. Services Saturday, 9:30 a.m., at Friedrichs Funeral Home, 1939 W. 35th street. Interment Oakridge. 523-0056. [Chicago Tribune, Sept. 10, 1965 -- Submitted by Source #96]
LANGE, Leonard E. - Services for Leonard E. Lange, 81, of 1133 Albion av., retired insurance broker and a one time state amateur bicycle champion, will be held at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow in St. Ignatius church, Loyola and Glenwood avs. He died Sunday in St. Francis hospital, Evanston. He is survived by his widow, Florence; a son, Leonard, and a daughter, Mrs. Louise L. Jardine, wife of James Jardine, city water and sewer commissioner. Chicago Tribune July 10, 1956 - submitted by Source #39
LANGE, Captain O.G. died at his home, No. 292 Irving avenue, early yesterday morning. He was 82 years of age and had been honored by the Swedish residents of the city on may occasions, having been the first Swede to set foot on Chicago soil. He was an honorary member of nearly every Swedish society in the city and a short time ago a bronze bust of him was unveiled with elaborate ceremonies in the club-room on one of the most influential societies. Captain Lange was born July 4, 1811 in Gothenberg, Sweden. He came to America Sept 30, 1824, residing in Boston until 1838 when he came to Chicago. His first work in the city was as a teacher, but he soon drifted into commercial lines and established the first drug store near Chicago on the lines of the Illinois and Michigan canal, then being constructed. Shortly after he went into the foundry business at Kenosha, Wis. where he lived from 1856 to 1860. In the latter year he established a similar business at Kingsbury and Michigan streets. The last twenty years of his life were spent in the life insurance business. Captain Lange's title came to him through his connection with the United States and English navies just previous to his coming to Chicago. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at his late residence. It will be attended by representative of every Swedish society in the city. Burial will take place at Waldheim. [The Daily Inter Ocean, July 14, 1893, Submitted by Src #76]
LANGLOIS, Leo - "Langlois Relatives Come for Funeral"..... Leo Langlois, 54 years old, found dead Saturday at his room in the Pankow Boarding House, 10736 W. Western Avenue. Was born in Michigan, and made his home in Muskegon, practically all his life. Coroner Tiede Clock located a siste,r Mrs. W. Griffin, residing at Everett, WA, who was unable to come. An Uncle Adrian Langlois, and several cousins came from Berwyn, ILL and arranged for graveside services at 4PM yesterday at St. Mary's Cemetery where interment was made. Muskegon Chronicle, Tuesday, July 15, 1930. [Submitted by Nan Curtis, bncurtis@QNET.COM who is searching for Adrian Langlois]
LANKTREE, Florence G -- nee Thome, beloved wife of William L. Lanktree; loving mother of LeRoy (Genevieve) and Donald (Eleanor) Lanktree, Laverne (Raymond) Gnoit and Yvonne (Thomas) Lawler; grandmother of 10; great-grandmother of two; fond sister of Harry, Frank and Leonard Thome and Theresa Scheunneman. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., from Kelly-Carroll Funeral Home, 9315 S. Ashland av., to St. Ethelreda Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, August 23, 1970 - Submitted by Source #96]
LANKTREE, William (Roy) L. beloved husband of the late Florence; dear father of Leroy (Genevieve), Donald (Eleanor), LaVerne (Raymond) Gnoit and Yvonne (Thomas) Lawler; fond grandfather of ten and great-grandfather of four. Resting at Beverly Ridge Chapel, 10415 S. Kedzie, where services will be held Wednesday, 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary. Masonic services Tuesday, 8 p.m., under the auspices of Azure Lodge 1153 A. F. & A. M. In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite charity preferred.779-4411. [dod March 18, 1973][Chicago Tribune, March 19, 20, 1973 -- Submitted by Source #96]
GANG GUNS SHATTER XMAS FOR CHILDREN
Chicago, Dec. 21.- Gang guns have shattered Christmas for the two small children of Philip Lapaglia. Police found his body in an automobile last night. Shotgun and pistol fire by two assassins was directed at him as he sat in the car with Peter Miranda, a friend. His death was ascribed by police to a beer runner's dispute. [The Bismarck Tribune (Bismarck, N. D.), Dec. 21, 1928, page 1]
LaPOINTE -- Eva, nee Corbeil, LaPointe, late of Bellwood, Illinois, wife of the lae Joseph D. mother of Bernice Paradis, Albert J., Evelyn MacCallum, Dorothy du-Fraine, sister of Amanda Prouix, Cordelia Beaulieu and the late Pete, Louis, Emil, Wilfred, Edmond and Helen Marchand. Funeral Saturday 10 a.m. from chapel 3500 W. Harrison street to St. Simeon church. Interment Mount Carmel. [Chicago Tribune August 4, 1949 - Sub by Src #10]
LaPOINTE -- Joseph Damase LaPointe, beloved husband of Eva, nee Corbeil, father of Bernice Paradis, Albert J., Evelyn Mac Callum, Dorothy du-Fraine, brother of Laura Costello, Leodie Joyce, Bertha Cote, Edward LaPointe, Jean Galardi and the late Meddee, grandfather of six grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 9:30 a.m. from residence, 3247 Madison st. Bellwood, Ill., to St. Simeon church. Interment Mount Carmel. [Chicago Tribune December 19, 1947 - Sub by Src #10]
LAPORTA, Sigmund J., beloved husband of Rita, nee Donnelly; dear father of Mrs. Janet (Thomas) McHugh, Mrs. Margaret (James) Agostinelli, Mrs. Dorothy (Julius) Laffredo, Mrs. Frances (Jack) McInerney, Mrs. Sharon (Peter) Mathis, Mrs. Rita (Charles) Leyden, Arlene, Richard (Catherine), Raymond (Janice), Sigmund, Jr., Virginia, LaVern, and Jo Ann LaPorta; son of the late Salvatore and Josephine LaPorta; fond brother of Mrs. Mary (Edward) Fasano, Mrs. Josephine (Allen) Biang, and Nicholas LaPorta. Funeral Saturday 8:45 a.m., from Granata Funeral Home, 1702 W. 69th street, to St. Mary of Mount Carmel church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary's. PR 6-0600. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LARKIN, Ernest F. Larkin, beloved husband of Anna Mae, nee K--th (?), father of John Edward, son of Edward and the late Anna Larkin, brother of Mary J., Dr. William F. and ---? Funeral Wednesday at -? a.m. from the late residence, 9806 S. Leavitt (?) st., to St. Barnabus church. Interment Heis ---? [Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
LARKIN, F.A. -- In Philadelphia, April 23, 1901, Dr. F. A. Larkin of Englewood. Funeral services in Elgin, Sunday, April 28, 2 o'clock. Freeport [Ill.] papers please copy. Chicago Tribune, 1901, submitted by source #27
LARMON, Louise A. - June 10, 1886 age 57, Funeral services at her late residence No. 3121 Wabash avenue today at 11 o'clock a. m. interment at Rose Hill Cemetery [Source: Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago, IL) Saturday, June 12, 1886; sub. by source #210]
LA ROCCO, Frank - beloved husband of Josephine, nee Dienzat, fond father of Henry, Adeline and Casimir, loving son of Maria and the late Rocco La Rocco, dearly beloved brother of Mrs. Michael (? hard to read) Tomaso, Joseph, Mrs. William Mag-- (?), Anthony, Salvatore, Michael, John and Mrs. Frank Varallo. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m. from residence, 1151 W. -- st to St. John Cantius church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
LARSON, Adreas L., 7; 1413 Maplewood-av., April 19. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
LARSON, Andrew A., age 85, of 501 N. Mineral Springs drive, McHenry, Ill., beloved husband of Agnes V. Peterson Larson, nee Olson; fond father of Kenneth A. Laurance of Chicago, Mrs. Oscar (Mabel) Baker of Wood Dale, Ill., and Mrs. Gay Blaeser of Bensenville; stepfather of Edward Linden of Chicago; dear grandfather of Kenneth Baker, Donna Scott, Joyce Ness, James Blaeser, and Jean and Ted Laurance; four great-grandchildren. Resting at the Peter M. Justen & Son Funeral Home, 3807 W. Elm street, McHenry. Services Saturday, 9 a.m., at funeral home. Interment 10:45 a.m. at Acacia Park cemetery, Chicago. 815-385-0063. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LARSON, Louis L., 82, of New Port Richey, died Friday (Nov. 10 2006) under the care of Hernando-Pasco Hospce. Born in Chicago, he moved here 15 years ago from Newaygo, Mich. He was a winter resident for five years. He was a retired purchasing agent for Newaygo Engineering and a Marine Corps veteran of World War II, serving in the Pacific. He was a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10167 and American Legion Post 173, both of Holiday, and a member of the Masons and the Guardian Ad Litem program. Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Connie; two daughters, Lynda Petty, Saugatuck, Mich., and Laurel Lee Larson, Port Charlotte; a grandchild; and two great-grandchildren. [St. Petersburg Times (FL) Nov. 13, 2006 -- Submitted by Source #96]
LARSON Louis L. Sr., beloved husband of Rose Sheldon Larson, beloved father of Laverne Stocking and Louis Jr., dear son of Mary and the late Manduis, brother of Mendel Larson and Blanche, grandfather of 4. Funeral services Saturday, Dec. 1, 1:30 p.m. at parlors, 1750 W. 35th street. Burial Fairmount. LAfayette 3-1664. [Nov. 27, 1951][Chicago Tribune, Nov. 30, 1951 -- Submitted by Source #96]
LARSON, Rose - age 95, of University Park, wife of the late Louis; mother of Laverne (Lawrence, Sr.) Stocking and Louis L. (Connie), sister of Margaret Swanson, Louise Phelps, June Hanson and Joe Sheldon; grandmother of five; great-grandmother of nine; great-great-grandmother of three. Visitation at Hirsch's Lincolnway Chapel, Lincolnway Hwy and Kedzie Ave., Matteson, Friday 2 til 9 p.m.. Service at 1 p.m. Saturday at the chapel. Interment Willow Hills Memorial Park, Willow Springs. Please omit flowers. (born August 5, 1895; died July 24, 1991) [Park Forest Star - Submitted by Source #96]
LASKOWSKI, Florence I. -- nee Rafac, beloved wife of the late Erwin Laskowski, (loving mother, dearest grandmother, great grandmother & fond aunt of many nieces & nephews). Dear sister of Polly Witkowski. Member of the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association. Funeral Services were Saturday 9:00AM from Hann Funeral Home, 8230 S. Harlem Ave., to St. Gerald Church, Mass 9:30AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation was Friday 3-9PM.
Other Surnames include: Berg, Davis, McVey, Roth & Schmidt. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Feb 23, 2003, pg A-18 - Submitted by Source #134]
LASSEN, Thomas, beloved husband of Rachel; fond uncle of Harriet Lassen Wupper. Resting at Hamann Funeral Home, 6959 N. Clark street. Service 1 p.m. Saturday. Interment private. Visitation Friday from 7 p.m. RO 4-0133. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LAVINE, Katherine, age 88, formerly of Chicago, died Feb. 21, at Foot Hills Medical center, El Cajon, Cal. Funeral services at chapel at Little Flower Haven, La Mesa, Cal., at 9:30 a.m. Friday. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LAWLER, William J. -- beloved husband of Helen [nee Hayes]. Dear father of 3. Adored Grandfather. Cherished brother of Dr. Paul [Ginny], Dr. Bob [Sue], Jack [Ann] and the late Madeline [Gene] O'Reilly. Fond brother-in-law of Beverly Lapinski. Much loved uncle of many nieces and nephews and great friend to many more. Court Administrator for the 5th Municipal District Circuit Court of Cook County and former member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for 28 years. Visitation was Friday 3 9 pm at Zimmerman-Sandeman Memorial Chapel, 5200 W. 95th Street. Friends and family were invited to meet Saturday 10am at St. Barnabas Church, 101st Place and Longwood Dr., Chicago for funeral Mass. Interment private at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Other Surnames include: McNicholas & O'Rourke [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Feb 23, 2003, Pg A-18 - Submitted by Source #134]
LAZARSKI, Ben R., beloved son of the late Stanley and Anna; fond brother of Elizabeth Ann and Victoria Lazarskia, and Mildred Bakula. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from Lauterburg & Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest highway, Arlington Heights, to St. James church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment All Saints. Retired member of Chicago Electrotyper's union, local No. 3. 253-5423. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LEARY, Mrs. Mary - At Chicago, October 16, Mary, aged 26 years, wife of Jerry Leary, and sister of Mrs. Edwin Hoyt of this city.[The Henry Republican, Marshall County, IL October 29, 1874 - Submitted by Source #25]
LEEDES, ---? Berlie (Bertha?) - March 30, 1930, beloved wife of William Paul, fond mother of William Paul Jr, dear daughter of Mrs. Caroline and the late Nels Berjim (?my copy is hard to read), sister of Ethel and Mrs. Vera Adams. Funeral Tuesday, April 1, 2:30 p.m. at chapel, 353 (or 858?) W. 87th-st. Interment Oak Hill. [Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6
LEHNE-- Oscar H., beloved son of John Lehne and of the late Martha Lehne, Thursday, 9 p.m., aged 24 years and 8 months. Funeral Sunday, from late residence, 711 Girard-st., at 1 p.m., to Wunder's cemetery. Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27
LEIGH -- Charles R. Leigh, beloved husband of Margaret, nee BOICE, fond father of Chas. and Margaret, at Castle Rock, South Dakota, March 30. Funeral from 2?12 (3, 6 or 8) Wallnut-st., Chicago, April ?, at ? p.m. Chicago Tribune, April 4, 1911, submitted by source #27
LEM, Tom -- Chinese Ex-Convict Is Tong War Victim
Salem, Ore., Jan. 2 – Tom Lem, alias Ching Lem and Chin Lim, pardoned from a life te rm in the state penitentiary here in December, 1922, is dead, a tong victim, in Chicago, according to a letter received by Warden Dairymple, from Morgan A. Collins, superintendent of Chicago police. Lem was sent up to the Oregon prison from Union county for a tong killing at LaGrande. For nearly two years he was lost sight of. Then a few weeks ago Warden Dairymple received a letter from Oakpark, Ill, asking for Lem’s fingerprint records and description and it developed that he had pulled a killing there. It seems that he was released and went to Chicago where tong enemies “got” him. [The Eugene Guard (Eugene, OR), Monday, January 12, 1925]
LEMKE, Edward - April 26, 1930; beloved husband of Ollie Lemke, father of John, Edward, Ruth and Dorothy and brother of sister and brothers. Funeral services Tuesday at 2 p.m. at his late residence, 4545 N. Austin-av. Interment at Graceland cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
LENAHAN, John-- Franklin Spa Native Dies in Chicago, Ill. Word has received this wee k by Mrs. Margaret Lenahan, Kellogg street, of the death of her brother-in-law, John Lenahan, 75, of Chicago. His death occurred last Tuesday, November 9. Mr. Lenahan was born in Franklin Springs and left there when a young man for Chicago where he became a detective on the police force. [The Clinton Courier (Clinton, NY) – Thursday, Nov ember 10, 1938 - Sub. by Src #187]
LENAHAN, Mary– March 4, Mary, beloved daughter of John and Mary Lenahan (n ee Foley), aged 10 months. Funeral from parents’ residence No. 3941 State stre et, to-day at 10:30 a.m., to Forty-ninth street depot; thence by cars to Mount Olivet. Ut ica, N.Y., papers please copy. [The Sunday Inter Ocean (Chicago, IL) - Sunday, March 6, 1892 - Sub. by Src #187]
LENGE -- DEATH of an Old Settler - Capt. Oscar G. Lenge, first Swedish-American settler in Chicago, died the other day of pneumonia, aged 82. He settled in Chicago in 1832. [The Newton Press, Jasper County, IL, July 19, 1893]
Franklin Spa Native Dies in Chicago, Ill.
Word has received this week by Mrs. Margaret Lenahan, Kellogg street, of the death of her brother-in-law, John Lenahan, 75, of Chicago. His death occurred last Tuesday, Nove mber 9. Mr. Lenahan was born in Franklin Springs and left there when a young man for Chicago where he became a detective on the police force. [The Clinton Courier (Clinton, NY) – Thursday, November 10, 1938; JD, Sub by FoFG]
LENIHAN - James, beloved husband of Catherine [nee McGrath], father of Joseph, John, James, Patrick, and the late Mary, brother of Patrick, Dennis, Daniel, William, Mrs. Mary Madigan; native of O'Callaghan Mills, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Sunday at 9 a.m. from late residence, 5257 Union-av., to Visitation church, thence by carriages to Halsted-st. depot, by cars to Mount Olivet. [Chicago Tribune, Sep 20, 1913 - Sub by FoFG]
LESINSKI, Frank J. -- age 65, longtime Glenwood Resident, formerly of Roseland. Husband for 42 years of Jacqueline nee Bortoli. Father of 2. Son of Helen nee Opyt and the late John Lesinski. Brother of Arlene [Fred] Kunst, Gerald [Pamm], and John Lesinski. Loving uncle of many nieces and nephews. Was at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W. 14th St. [US Rt. 30, 3 blks. E. of Western Ave.] Chicago Heights on Friday from 3 to 9 PM. Funeral was Saturday 9:15 AM to St. Kieran Church, Chicago Height. Mass 10:00 AM. Entombment Holy Sepulchre.
[The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Feb 23, 2003 - Submitted by Source #134]
LESINSKI, Joseph -- of Homewood, formerly of Chicago, died Sept. 12 at St. James Hospital and Health Centers in Chicago Heights. Arrangements were by Thornridge Funeral Home in Dolton. Interment was in Holy Cross Cemetery in Calumet City. Mr. Lesinski was born Jan. 15, 1909, in Chicago. He was a retired crane operator for U.S. Steel South Works. He is survived by his daughter Diana Jimenez of Bridgeview; brother John of Nevada; and two grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his wife Virginia who died in 1998 and son Joseph. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Sep 16, 2001, pg A-14 - Submitted by Source #134]
LESNIESKI, Casmer J. -- a resident of Crete, formerly of Dolton, died Friday, Dec. 3, at St. Margaret Mercy Healthcare Centers, Dyer, Ind. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday from Smits Funeral Homes DeYoung-Vroegh Chapel, South Holland, with the Rev. Thomas Cabala officiating. Interment was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Calumet City. Mr. Lesnieski was born Dec. 24, 1903, in Poland. He was an instrument maker for Argonne National Laboratories for 27 years; and a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by a daughter, Dorothy (David) Sewnig of St. John, Ind., a son, Norbert (Jerri) of Lemont; a sister, Loretta Waninski of Hegewisch, a sister-in-law, Bea Maloblocki of Worth; a brother Walter Waninski of Hegewisch; a brother-in-law, Frank Maluchnik of Dolton; six grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL,Dec 9, 1999, pg B-2 - Submitted by Source #134]
LESNIEWICZ, Stanley -- Funeral services were held Tuesday in St. Anthony's church, Frankfort, for Stanley Lesniewicz of 80th Ave, Lincoln Estates, Frankfort, who died Sunday in Silver Cross hospital, Joliet. The Rev. Cecil Coop officiated, and burial was in St. Mary's cemetery, Mokena. Mr. Lesniewicz was born August 14, 1905, in Chicago, and had lived in the area 23 years. He was a member of St. Anthony's church. Survivors include his wife, Mary; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Goff of Chicago and Mrs. Julie Cleveland of Mokena; three sons, Stanley, Jr., of Crete and Martin and Bob of Frankfort; three sisters, Mrs. Frances Fedak of Frankfort, Mrs. Clara Klosowski of Chicago and Mrs. Irene Wollenhaupt of Conover, Wis., and 12 grandchildren. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL,Oct. 17, 1968, pg 8 - Submitted by Source #134]
LESNIEWSKI, Joseph C. -- Loving husband of Mary. Dearest father of Chester J., Patricia [Taylor] Marcum Jr., Betty Jane Keesecker, Carol L. [Dave] Van Etten, Frank A. [Mary], Joe Bob [Charlene], and Mary Ann. Fond grandfather of 17 and great grandfather of 10. Numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service was Tuesday, October 26, 10:15 a.m. Chapel prayers at McKenzie Funeral Home, 15618 S. Cicero Ave., Oak Forest to St. Gerard Mejella Church, Mass 11:00 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Visitation was Monday 2-9 p.m. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Oct 28, 2004, pg A-22 - Submitted by Source #134]
LESNIEWSKI, Mary T. -- Loving wife of the late Joseph C. Dearest mother of Chester J., Patricia (Taylor) Marcum Jr., Betty Jane Keesecker, Carol L. (Dave) Van Etten, Frank A. (Mary), Joe Bob (Charlene), and Mary Ann. Fond grandmother of 11. Numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service Monday, December 19, 9:15 am. Chapel prayers at McKenzie Funeral Home, 15618 S. Cicero Ave., Oak Forest to St. Gerard Mejella Church, Mass 10:00 am. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 2 9 pm. [The Star Newspaper, Chicago Heights, IL, Dec 18, 2005, pg A-18 - Submitted by Source #134]
LETZKUSS -- Mary E. Letzkuss, beloved mother of Elizabeth B. and Anna M. Millart, nee Letzkuss. Funeral Sunday from late residence, 2932 Vernon-av., 9 a.m., by cars to Mount Olivet. [Chicago Tribune, 1901, submitted by source #27]
LEHNE-- Oscar H., beloved son of John Lehne and of the late Martha Lehne, Thursday, 9 p.m., aged 24 years and 8 months. Funeral Sunday, from late residence, 711 Girard-st., at 1 p.m., to (unreadable; looks like could be Wunder's) cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27]
LEVEY, Polly nee Arkin, beloved wife of the late William; loving mother of Robert A. Lewis; fond sister of Martha Schwarzbach, Eli and Otto Arkin. Funeral private, no visitation. [Chicago Tribune, January 1, 1981 - Submitted by Source #96]
LEWIN, David - husband of Sarah, nee Azerman, father of Matilda -.(?) and Mrs. Lena Liebling of Rockford, Ill., Mrs. Mary Cohen, Edward Paul and Alfred Jacob. Funeral Tuesday, April 1 at 3 (8?) p.m. at chapel, 3654 Roosevelt-rd. Interment Jewish Waldheim. [Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
Emma Lewis, nee Buell, at Roundup, Mont.., Dec. 29, 1919., Beloved wife of Henry D., fond mother of George A. and Albert E. Funeral services Saturday, Jan 3, 2 p.m. at chapel. 7350 Cottage Grove. Interment Mount Greenwood. [Chicago Tribune, 03 Jan 1920; Submitted by Source #21]
LEWIS-- Martha, wife of Wallace James. Funeral from 982 Mozart-st. at 9 o'clock Dec. 25. Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27
LEWIS, Martha Louise - Martha Louise (nee Adams) Lewis, beloved wife of John C. Lewis, at her home, 2681 Selwyn Ave., Irving Park, July 30, aged 65years and 8 months. Born in Dresden, Ohio. Burial will be Wed. at 10:30 a.m. in Union Ridge Cemetery. [Chicago Daily News, Tues July 31, 1900 - Submitted by A Friend of Free Genealogy]
LEWIS, Martin Lewis, at his residence, 1450 Oak-av., Evanston, Sept 23. Funeral Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial private. Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, 24 Sept 1907. [Submitted by Colleen]
LEWIS, Thomas L., - Monday, Dec. 30, Thomas L., eldest son of Ann Lewis, at his late residence, 111 Elizabeth-st., aged 23 years and 4 months. [1872-12-31 Chicago Tribune (IL) Submitted by Source #33]
LEWIS, Wilhelmina - beloved wife of Edgar, late of 6640 S. Greem-st. at chapel, 6650 S. Halsted from 1 until 10 p.m. Tuesday. [Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
LEY, Edmund, 50; 422 Dearborn-st., April 20. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
LEYMAN, Antonia, 30; 3251 Fisk-st., April 20. [CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 23, 1902 Submitted by source #6]
LIFTON, LLOYD J. "Kayo" - PLAYED PIANO WITH JAZZ GREATS By Rummana Hussain, Tribune Staff Writer, March 21, 2000 As a teenager, Lloyd J. Lifton wowed his younger cousin with the boogie-woogie numbers he pounded out on the piano in the basement of his family's home in Chicago's Austin neighborhood. "After watching him play piano, I started collecting records," said Ken Recu, Mr. Lifton's cousin. Mr. Lifton, 75, noted jazz pianist whose love of music moved him across the country, died Monday, March 13, at his residence in Taos, N.M. "Music was the dominant influence in his life," his brother Robert said. Born in Chicago, Mr; Lifton, known as "Kayo" by family and friends, was raised in the Austin and Hyde Park neighborhoods. He played piano with his class band at Hyde Park High School and later at the University of Chicago. He graduated from the university in 1946. Mr. Lifton served in World War II for several months, but was discharged after he developed a skin rash because he was allergic to wool. Even when he was in the hospital for his condition in Charleston, S.C., Mr. Lifton played on the hospital piano, entertaining patients and staff. Once back in the Windy City, he performed many nights in several local clubs. Mr. Lifton moved to New York in the 1950s so he could train with the famous late jazz pianist Lennie Tristano. As a student, Mr. Lifton created a longtime friendship with his blind mentor and spent just as much time running errands for the famous artist as he did studying with him. "He used to write his bills, pay his checks. He became Mr. Tristano's helper," his brother said. Mr. Lifton also took Tristano to Europe where the two toured for about a month in the 1960s. Mr. Lifton eventually enrolled in a university in New York and received a degree in social work in the 1960s. For several years, he worked as social worker in the days and performed at many New York clubs in the evenings. The only sibling to leave Chicago, Mr. Lifton was not one to succumb to wanderlust. Because he did not want to travel, he never joined any bands. He did, however, work with many well-known musicians during his career, including saxophonist Lee Konitz and William Russo, currently of the Chicago Jazz Ensemble. In 1983, Mr. Lifton released a solo recording titled "Summer of 81" on Stash Records. Tired of the congestion and fast pace of the city, Mr. Lifton moved to Santa Fe. 15 years ago. Two years ago, he relocated to Taos and was performing at a club there. Other survivors include a son, Keith; a daughter, Heather Kellner; a sister, Gladys L. Wolff; and three grandchildren. The family is planning a memorial service for mid-April. [Chicago Tribune, March 21, 2000 - Submitted by Source #96]
LILLEY, Edith, nee Craig, beloved wife of the late Joseph; loving mother of Martha Kuelbs, the late William J. and LaVerne; dear grandmother of William J. Kuelbs. Resting at Beukema Funeral Home, 10456 S. Western avenue, where services will be held Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment Fairmount. BE 8-2144. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LINCOLN -- Saturday, April 1, at Hinsdale, Ill., Augustus A. LINCOLN, aged 69 years. Funeral from his late residence Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Trian leaves Union depot at 1:30. Burial private. Chicago Tribune, April 4, 1911, submitted by source #27
LINDER, William J. of 7208 Prairie avenue, beloved husband of the late Anna Thome Linder, devoted father of Lillian Nix and Frances Schnoor, brother of Alex (Ollie) and August Linder, and Minnie Stiess, grandfather of Robert and Marcella Nix and Willard Schnoor. Funeral Friday, July 24, at 9:15 a.m., from funeral home, 1018-20 W. 79th street to St. Columbanus' church. Interment St. Mary's. [Chicago Tribune, July 22, 23, 1942 - Submitted by Source #96]
LINDMAN, Hattie A. aged 56 wife of John J Lindman, mother of Raymond Heald Lindman and Mrs Frederick B. Thomas. Funeral from late residence, 869 Pine St. Winnetka, Friday, April 7, at 2;30. Burial Rosehill. Kindly omit flowers. Kenosha and Milwaukee papers please copy. [Chicago Tribune, Apr 6, 1916 - Submitted by Source #132]
LINDNER, Nathan - late of 1??? Winnemac-av., beloved husband of Bertha (or Martha?), fond father of Florence Block, brother of Sarah Langbein, Jennie Heimann, Lena Hirschfield and Bessie Lindner. Funeral Wednesday April 2, at 11:30 a.m., at chapel, 4911 Broadway. Interment Jewish Graceland.
LIPINSKI, Carmella F. (nee Laphen) - , age 68, of Sauk Village, IL, formerly of Roseland and Pullman, beloved wife of John; loving mother of Cheryl (James) Rogers and Johnny Lipinski; devoted grandmother of Christy (Dave) Meeker, Laura (Charles) Doty, Richard Garzotto Jr., Jeffrey Garzotto U.S Navy, James Rogers, Scott Rogers and Corey Rogers and great grandmother of LeeAnna, Kylie, Regina, Cody, Brandon and Nicole; fond sister of PattyAnn(Charles)Walters, Morris (late Janice) Laphen, Patsy (George) Keller, Ellen (Barry) Ott, Toni (Charlie) Wilson, Frieda (Garth Swanson, Nicky (Kathy) Laphen and the late Kelly; dearest step-daughter of Betty Ashwell; cherished aunt of Dolores and many nieces and nephews. Carmella was preceded in death by her parents Kelly and Florence Laphen. Former employee of Paseventos Restaurant in Pullman. Visitation Friday, February 14, 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Services Saturday, February 15 10 a.m. at the Rosemoore Funeral Home, 17943 S. Torrence Ave., Lansing, IL. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. [Published in the Chicago Sun-Times on 2/13/2003, submitted by Src #37]
LIPINSKI, Sophie, nee Niezabitowski, beloved wife of Andrew, dearest mother of Rose Mary (Victor) Zukowski, Patricia, Mary, Loretta, and Dolores; grandmother of Wendy Ann and Kimberly Ann; sister of Petronella (William) Nita and Joseph (Helen); daughter of the late Vincent and Honora. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m., from Opyt Funeral Home, 1 E. 119th street, to St. Catherine of Genoa church. Interment St. Casimir. PU 5-3711. [Source: "Chicago Tribune," (Chicago, IL.), 24 Feb. 1967]
LIPPERT, Walter J. - beloved husband of Alta, at rest at chapel, 6453 Irving Park-blvd., until noon Saturday. Services at Montrose cemetery chapel, Saturday, at 3 p.m. under auspices of Portage Park lodge, No. 1002, A.F. & A.M.
LITTLE, Wayne A. of Des Plaines
Memorial services for Wayne A. Little, 66, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, at Friedrichs Funeral Home, Inc., 320 W. Central Rd. at Northwest Hwy., Mount Prospect.
Born Feb. 19, 1933, in Milwaukee, Wis., he died Sunday, Aug. 8, 1999, at Holy Family Medical Center. An Army veteran of Korea, he was a 35-year employee of Honeywell, Inc. of Arlington Heights, employed as an industrial engineer and a 1958 graduate of the University of Illinois.
Survivors include his wife, Martha Little (nee Moore); children, Tracy Little, Amy Little and Kristy (Frank) Tramontana; parents, Veryl (Michael) Zavoskey; siblings, Karen Ann Stoll, Susan Zavoskey, Kenneth Zavoskey and Marilyn (Dennis) Davis; and mother-in-law, Wanda Blickman.
He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred J. Little. [Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - August 10, 1999, submitted by source #67]
LIVER - Emma C(atherine). Liver, beloved wife of George J., loving mother of George J. and John A., fond sister of Herman Stresenreuter, devoted grandmother of four grandchildren. resting at chapel, 2324 W. 111th Street. Services 8 p.m. Sunday. [Chicago Tribune December 14, 1947 - Submitted by Src #96]
LIVER, George J. Sr. of Downers Grove, beloved husband of the late Emma; father of George J. (Helen) Liver Jr. of Downers Grove, and John A. (Loretta) Liver of Omaha, Neb.; grandfather of five. Service Saturday, 2 p.m., at the Adams-Winterfield Funeral Home, 4343 Main street, Downers Grove. Inurnment Oakridge Abbey. WO 8-100. [Chicago Tribune, April 19, 1962 - Submitted by Source #96]
LIVINGSTON-- Jane, at 239 Wells-st., at the age of 74 years. Funeral Dec. 25 at 11 a.m. to Forest Home. Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27
LLOYD, Alexander - 4th mayor of Chicago
Alexander Lloyd, the fourth mayor of Chicago (1840-1841) died yesterday morning at his residence in West Lyons, near Riverside, at the age of 67, of rheumatism of the heart. The deceased was one of the oldest residents of the city, having been Chief Engineer of the Fire Department the year before his election to the mayor's chair. He was Alderman of the city for several years subsequently to that time. Ex-Mayor Lloyd was born in Orange County, New York in 1805. He removed to West Lyons about one year ago. He leaves four children; his wife preceded him to the grave a short time since. The remains will be interred at Rosehill Cemetery today.
Note: Born Orange County, NY 1805, died May 7, 1872 [Chicago Tribune, May 8, 1872, p. 6 - Submitted by a Friend of Free Genealogy]
LOEWENSTEIN-- Dec. 23, 1903, of pneumonia, Edward L. Loewenstein, aged 21 years. Funeral strictly private. Please omit flowers. Services at the late residence, 3316 Calumet-av., Friday ???ing Dec. 25, at 9 o'clock. Funeral by special ????from C. & N. W. depot at 10:30 Friday ??????? to Rosehill. Chicago Tribune, Dec. 25, 1903, submitted by source #27
LOFTUS -- Chicago - A man named Charles Loftus was yesterday strangled with a piece of cheese he attempted to swallow, in the saloon of Pat Loftus, at 632 Lake street, Chicago. [The Milwaukee Journal, Jan 8, 1884 - Sub. by Src #6]
LOMAX, George - Dec. 30, at Los Angeles, Cal., aged 68 years, beloved husband of Helen B. Lomax and father of George, J. Alfred, Frank B., William and Miss Helen Lomax, brother of Ja___ H. Lomax. Funeral services will be held Monday, Jan. 5, at 2 p.m. at Central Masonic temple, 912 N. La Salle-av., under the auspices of St. Bernard commander, No. 35. K. T. Interment Rosehill cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, 03 Jan 1920, Submitted by Source #21]
LOMBARD, Benjamin --- The Chicago papers of Saturday chronicled the death of Mr. Benjamin Lombard in that city, which took place last Friday morning at 188 Eugenie street. Mr. Lombard had been ailing for some time, but the immediate cause of his death was paralysis of the brain. He was a native of Truro, Mass., born in 1815. While yet a lad, of an adventuresome disposition, he came westward to Pike county, engaged in merchandising and pork packing. Selling out his interest there in 1840 or '42 he came to Henry, where he embarked in the real estate business, and with such business sagacity and success, that he soon was numbered among the wealthiest of the land owners here. He owned land in all parts of the county, dealt extensively in land patents and tax titles, and transacted a very large business. He took a lively interest in the organization of Henry into a township and a city, and was one of its leading influential men, though would never accept a public office. The C.R.I.&P.R.R. depot was built on land donated by him to the railroad company, and two additions to the city bear his name. The leading hotel here also bore his name, and flourished grandly until a fire destroyed it, but was not rebuilt. The Durham mansion and grounds, one mile west of the city, were formerly known as the Lombard place, being the finest country seat at the time (1850) in this part of the state.
Afterwards he moved to Chicago, where he engaged in real estate speculations, and become very wealthy. In the days of his prosperity he devoted land and money to found a Universalist College at Galesburg, and it was named Lombard University in honor of its founder. In 1859 he became president of the Union Insurance and Trust Co., which had an office in his own building, the Lombard block on Monroe street. In February, 1864, Mr. Lombard helped to organize the Fourth national bank, and was elected its first president. In 1870 he was president of the Real Estate, Loan & Trust Co., afterwards the Franklin bank. The fire of 1874 was a severe blow to Mr. Lombard, sweeping away the accumulations of years, and he never afterwards recovered a tithe of what he lost. He speculated again, however, and was connected with the national Life Insurance Co., as president and manager until its failure - the assets at the time of its wind-up being almost nil. Some years later Mr. Lombard went to Texas for his health, being completely broken down. He returned from Texas and loved for awhile at Shenandoah. The at Galesburg, where he took charge of a hotel. Six months ago he returned to Chicago in broken health, settling his house in order, and finally yielding up his life at the home of one of his children. Mr. Lombard was married the third time, and his last wife and six children - four sons and two daughters survive him. One of the sons is a cadet midshipman in the navy. The remains were taken to Boston, Mass., for interment. [Taken From the Henry Republican, May 25, 1882, Submitted by Src #25]
LONERGAN, John --- one of the pioneers of Chicago, who was identified with several of the earliest improvements of the West, died last week, at the home of his son-in-law, Joseph HOGAN, 519 West Monroe St., Chicago. His death, while directly attributed to a light stroke of paralysis sustained recently, came as the result of a long and active life reaching beyond the years usually allotted to man. Deceased was a native of County Tipperary, Ireland, and was born April 1st, 1807. At the age of 16 he came to this country with his parents. A brief stay was made in N. Y. city, and the family then moved to Pittsburg, and Mr. LONERGAN, with three of his brothers, engaged as contractors in the construction of the Erie Canal. They were among the most successful of the contractors thus engaged, and upon the completion of their work they turned their attention to railroad building, a business in its infancy. Extensive contracts were secured by them on the first railroad extending west of the Alleghany Mountains, a branch of the Pennsylvania system, and in connection with this they constructed the Grant Street tunnel in Pittsburg.
In 1838, he married Miss Agnes MURPHY, in Pittsburg, and then came to Chicago, at that period the state had in contemplation the Ill. and Mich. Canal, and Mr. LONERGAN was one of the first to file a bid for it construction. He was awarded two sections of the work between Lemont and Lockport, but before he completed his work the state abandoned the improvement for lack of funds. In 1847 he moved to Batavia (Kane County, IL), where he engaged in farming, and after a residence of 27 years here he returned to Chicago. His wife died in 1886. [Batavia Herald, 29 March, 1894]
LONG -- Sudden Death of William LONG. Died on a Street Car.
Wm. LONG, of Chicago, who was formerly a barber in VanNortwick Block, Batavia, (Kane County, IL) died Thursday afternoon, March 19, 1896, in Chicago on a Wentworth Ave. street car, just after his return from visiting his brother in this city. LONG had been downtown on some business, and was returning to his home on a Wentworth Ave. car. All the seats were taken and he was forced to stand. At Twenty-second street he was seen to stagger, and Conductor Alheim ran into the car and caught him before he fell to the floor. He dragged LONG out on the platform, where he almost immediately expired. Heart failure is attributed as the cause. He was buried at Yorkville (Kendall County, IL). [Batavia Herald, 26 March 1896]
LOQUERCIO - Master Sergeant U.S.A.F. Retired Peter Loquercio, 58, of 112 Priscilla Drive, Fort Walton Beach, died Thursday, January 6, 1983, at Eglin AFB Hospital. He was born in Illinois and had lived in this area since 1964. Master Sergeant Loquercio retired from the United States Air Force in 1968. He was a member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Shalimar and a member of the Sons of Italy. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn Brown Loquercio; daughters, Lucinda Loquercio of Jacksonville, Laurel Cate of Fort Walton Beach; stepsons, Clyde and Jessie Harrah, both of DeFuniak Springs; stepdaughters, Barbara Losko and Wanda Harrah, both of Tacoma, Washington, Lea Gail Harrah of Fort Walton Beach; a brother, Anthony Loquercio of Mount Prospect, Illinois; sisters, Mary Lou Festi and Theresa Kilroy, both of Schiller, Illinois; a grandson, Joshua Cate of Fort Walton Beach; five step-grandchildren. Funeral services were held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, January 8, 1983, in the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Shalimar with the Reverend Richard O. Ziehr and Vicar Joe Asher officiating. Burial followed in Beal Memorial Cemetery in Fort Walton Beach with military graveside honors. McLaughlin Mortuary of Fort Walton Beach was in charge of the arrangements. (DeFuniak Springs, DeFuniak Springs Herald Breeze, 13 January 1983, p 10-A. Transcribed by Heather Holley)
LORANGE, Barbara Sue, beloved daughter of Capt. Harry and Evelyn, fond sister of Jordan. Funeral Thursday, 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 4225 Roosevelt road, corner of Tripp. Interment Knights of Joseph cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, Jan. 14, 1943; Submitted by Source #96]
LORANGE, Evelyn Arkin Evelyn Lorange, nee Arkin, of 6523 N. Seeley avenue, beloved wife of Dr. Harry; loving mother of Jordan (Rhoda), the late Barbara Sue, and Stuart; fond sister of Faye (Joe) Coleman, Jeanette Gertler, Myrtle (Bill) Fink, and the late Ben Arkin; grandmother of Steven; fond sister-in-law of Rose and Dave Cantz and Jessica and Albert Lorange. Services Monday 12 noon at Original Weinstein and Sons Chapel, 3019 W. Peterson avenue. Interment Westlawn cemetery. Visitation Sunday evening. LO 1-1890. (February 27, 1966, Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96)
Services for Mrs. Evelyn Lorange, 59, of 6523 N. Seeley av., wife of Dr. Harry Lorange, a dentist with offices at 3403 Lawrence av., will be held at noon tomorrow in the chapel at 3019 Peterson av. Mrs. Lorange died Friday [25 Feb 1966] in Weiss Memorial hospital. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are two sons, Stuart and Jordan; a daughter, Barbara Sue; three sisters; and a grandchild. (Chicago Tribune - Submitted by Source #96)
LORANGE, Stuart Alvin 8 1/2 years old, 5737 N. Christiana avenue, devoted son of Dr. Harry and Evelyn, nee Arkin; dear brother of Jordan. Funeral private. Family at residence, 5737 N. Christiana avenue. Newspaper: Chicago Tribune, Aug. 21, 1952 - Submitted by Source #96
LOTT--Nora A. Lott, nee Henessey, late of Homewood; beloved wife of the late Albert E. Sr.; loving mother of Arthur J. (Rosyne), William R. and the late Albert E. Jr.; devoted sister of the late William Henessey; loving grandmother of seven great-grandmother of three; Funeral services Saturday, Feb. 6, 11 a.m., from Ryan Funeral Home, 18022 Dixie Hwy., Homewood, to St. Joseph Church. Mass 11:30 a.m. Visitation Friday, 2 to 9 pm. Interment Mount Olivet Contributions to the Homewood Paramedics would be appreciated. Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, February 05, 1982 (Parents - Arthur J. Hennessy/Nora Morressey - Submitted by source #64)
LOW--Funeral of Wolfred N. Low
The following members of the bar have been appointed as a committee to represent the Chicago Bar Association at the funeral of Wolfred N. Low, which will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at Hesperia Lodge Hall, No. 78 Monroe street: Richard S. Tuthill, Farlin Q. Ball, Frederick S. Baird, Francis W. Walker, Eben F. Runyan, William H. Barnum, G. Frank White, Henry Hiestand, Robert L. Tatham, George E. Read, Charles A. Warren. [Source: The Daily Inter Ocean, (Chicago, IL) Wednesday, January 30, 1895; tr. by G.T. Transcription Team]
LOWENSTEIN-- Max Lowenstein, son of the late David and Lina Lowenstein, brother of Gertrude, Ike, Mo?e, Jake, Mrs. John PENTAK, Mrs. M. HIRSCH, Mrs. C. V. FLYMEN, Mrs. A. F. WHITMAN and the late Mrs. J. E. VALIQUETTE. Funeral notice later. Chicago Tribune, May 18, 1918, submitted by source #27]
LOWTHER - SIR GERARD AUGUSTUS LOWTHER, died yesterday in London. He was 58 years old. In 1905 Sir Gerald married Alice Blight, daughter of Atherton Blight of Philadelphia. He entered the British diplomatic service in 1879, served in Madrid, Paris, Vienna, Sofia, Bucharest, Toyio, Budapest, and was secretary of the embassy at Washington from July, 1899, till November, 1901. He was minister to Chile in the latter year. In 1908 he was made ambassador at Constantinople, where he remained for five years. He was created a baron on Jan 1, 1914. (Chicago Tribune, 4/06/1916 Submitted by Src #160)
LUCAS, A. Stanley - March 29, 1930, husband of Ethel Hamilton Lucas, father of Mildred Hamilton and Louise Rodman Lucas. Funeral services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at his home, 161- (?) Evanston, Ill. Interment at Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago Tribune, April 1, 1930. Submitted by source #6
LUCY, George J. beloved husband of Margaret Lucy, nee Bulow; loving father of Marifran, Laura and Nancy Lucy; devoted son of the late John and Mayme Born Lucy; dear brother of LaVerne Dowling and Rita McDermott; fond son in law of Frank and Marie Bulow. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103rd St., Oak Lawn, to St. Bede the Venerable Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. For public transportation information call 636-1193 or 735-4242. Newspaper: Chicago Tribune, June 22, 1975 - Submitted by Source #96
LUDINGTON, Samuel - At Chicago, Jan. 27, Samuel Ludington of Wenona, aged 46 years. Remains taken to Wenona for burial. [The Henry Republican, Marshall County, IL February 1, 1877 - Submitted by Source #25]
LUDWIG, Adam B.C. - April 15, 1930, beloved brother of Belle and Minnie, and the late John W. and Samuel E. Funeral Thursday, at 11 a.m. at the late residence, 3842 Sheffield-av. Interment Rosehill. Chicago Tribune, April 16, 1930. Submitted by source #6
LUEHR, Margaret - [IN MEMORIAM NOTICE] In fond memory of my dear wife, who passed away one year ago today. FRED. Chicago Tribune, April 16, 1930. Submitted by source #6
LUTTER, Earl F. - late of 3223 Le Moyne St., beloved husband of Lucille (nee Borchardt], dear father of Elaine, fond son of Fred and the late Marie, brother of Fred W. and Viola Harrington. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 23 at 2 p.m. at chapel, 2750-52 Diversey avenue. Interment Eden. Member of Ben Franklin lodge, No. 962, A.F. & A.M. (Transcribed by K. Torp, no date or newspaper, submitted by source #49)
LUTTER, Fred - beloved husband of the late Marie Lutter; fond father of Viola Harrington, the late Earl and Fred Lutter; grandfather of five; great-grandfather of three; brother of Edward Lutter and Mathilda Schmuldt. Resting at funeral home, 6938 W. North ave. Service Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Interment Montrose. (Transcribed by K. Torp, no date or newspaper, submitted by source #49)
LUTTER, Fred W. - late of 220 W. Fremont street, Elmhurst, beloved husband of Helen A., nee Malich; fond father of Thomas and Patricia, son of Fred C. and the late Marie, brother of Violia Harrington and the late Earl. Funeral Saturday, June 7, 1 p.m. at chapel, 123 N. York street, Elmhurst. Interment Montrose cemetery. (Transcribed by K. Torp, no date or newspaper, submitted by source #49)
LUX, Ann E. -- (nee Montella), a lifetime resident of Chicago Heights, died Wednesday, Oct. 15, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago. A Mass was Saturday at St. Agnes Catholic Church, Chicago Heights, with the Rev John Siernianowski officiating. Interment was in Assumption Cemetery, Glenwood. The former Ann Montella was born Feb 18, 1925, in Chicago Heights. She was a homemaker; and a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church and the Catholic Woman's Club.
She is survived by a daughter. Mary Clare of South Chicago Heights; four sons, Michael and Andrew, both of Chicago Heights, Richard ( Megan) of Homewood and David (Sandra) of Oak Forest, three sisters, Jane (Frank) Matese of Richton Park, Margaret ( Charles) Elliott of Wilmette and Frances (Anthony) Bruni of Homewood; and five grandchildren. Her husband, Matthew, died Jan. 4, 1973.
Arrangements were handled by Hirsch Funeral Homes West End Chapel. Chicago Heights. [Chicago Heights Star - October 19, 1997 - Sub by Src #184]
LUX, Clara Steiner -- Funeral services were held at 9:30 a m yesterday from the West End chapel to St Ann's; church for Mrs Clara Lux, 60 years old, 1923 Circle court who died Monday night at St. James hospital. The Rev. Anthony Hodapp conducted the rites, and burial was at St James’s Cemetery, Strassburg. Mrs Lux had resided in Chicago Heights for 30 years. She is survived by two sons Mathew and Charles of Chicago Heights; two daughters; Mrs Lena Weishaar and Miss Anna Rose Lux of Chicago Heights; one sister, Miss Teresa Steiner of Chicago Heights and three brothers, Joseph of Aurora, August of Joliet and Eugene of South Chicago Heights. Her husband, Leo, and one son, Andrew, preceded her in death. ["Page 3, Col. 3, Chicago Heights Star", April 1, 1949 - Sub by Src #184]
LUX, Leo Jacob -- LEO JACOB LUX, 55, IS VICTIM OF HEART ATTACK
Funeral services will be held Thursday morning for Leo Jacob Lux of 22 Forest Avenue, who died Sunday evening following a heart attack. He was 55 years of age. Mr. Lux had been a resident of Chicago Heights and vicinity most of his life and for the past 29 years he had been an employee of the Chicago Heights Terminal Railroad. Survivors, in addition to his wife, Clara, are two sons-—Matthew and Charles; two daughters — Leona and Anna Rose, all of Chicago Heights, and two brothers- Edward and Gene, of Chicago. Final rites will be conducted at ten o'clock Thursday morning at St Ann’s church, with the Rev. Cejestine Zeitler officiating. Burial will be in Strassburg cemetery. Today and tomorrow the body will lie in state at the West End funeral home. [Page 1, Column 2, Chicago Heights Star, August 20, 1946 Sub By Src #184]
LUX, MATTHEW EUGENE -- Funeral services for Matthew E. Lux, 1922 Circle court, Chicago Heights, will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. at St, Ann church in Chicago Heights. Mr. Lux died Thursday at St. James, hospital. The Rev. Vincent Gottbrath, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in Assumption cemetery in Glenwood. Friends may call at Spindler-Koelling Funeral chapel today from 3 to 10 p.m., with a wake service at 8 p m.
Born June 29, 1919 at Chicago Heights, the lifelong resident was a carpenter for a building company. He was a member of St Ann Church, St Ann Holy Name Society and Carpenter’s Union Local 272. He was active in the Boy Scouts of America. He was an Eagle Scout, a Silver beaver and a committeeman for Troop 101. He was a member-at-large of the Illini District and the recipient of the St George Award. He was also a Vigil in the Order of the Arrow. Mr. Lux is survived by his wife, Ann; a daughter, Mary Clare; four sons, Michael, Richard, David and Andrew; two sisters, Mrs Leona Weishaar of Chicago Heights and Mrs. Ann O'Neal of Steger, and a brother, Charles, of Steger. [pg. 6, "Chicago Heights Star" - January 7, 1973 Sub By Src #184]
LUX, Wilhelmina 'Minnie' Klein -- Mrs. Minnie Lux, of Bloom Pioneer Family, Passes On
Mrs. Minnie Lux, member of a pioneer Bloom township family an a resident of this community for the greatest part of her life, died early Wednesday afternoon at her home after an illness of three weeks. She was 67 years of age. Complications resulting from influenza and pneumonia were responsible for her death. She had benign critical condition for several days, and the members of her immediate family were at her bedside when she passed away. It was the second death in this family within four days, Joseph Klein, a brother, having died the previous Saturday.
Mrs Lux was born on August 27, 1864, in the Bloom territory which her parents had occupied since early in the 1840's. On October 25, 1856, she was married to Michael Lux who passed away two years ago. The couple made many friends in this vicinity who were grieved to learn of Mrs. Lux 's death. The survivor's include three sons, Edward and Leo of Chicago Heights and Eugene of Chicago; seven brothers - John, Michael, George, and August Klein of Chicago Heights; Frank of Steger, and Anthony and Raymond of Nikooan, Wisc; four sisters - Mrs Mary Klein of Chicago Heights; Mrs Louisa Foley of Muskegon, Mich; Mrs Theresa Grothaus, of Dyer; and Mrs Mathilda O'Riley of Chicago. The deaths last week were the first in the large family.
Mrs Lux was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters and of St Anne's parish. Final rites will be held tomorrow at St Anne's church, with internment in Strassburg cemetery.
The funeral services for the brother, Mr Klein, were held Tuesday morning at the home on Lincoln highway, after which the body was taken to the Strassburg cemetery. Mr Klein was 71 years old and he too had spent the greatest part of his life in this township. [Chicago Heights Star, March 25, 1932 - Sub. by Src #184]
LYE, George S. -[b] in England, died at the age of 81 on the 1st day of Nov. 1913 ; at the time of death he was at the Little Sister of the Poor hospital. He was buried at the Mount Carmel Cemetery. (Submitted by great-grandson, source #20]
LYE, Margaret [BOAG] -[b] in ireland ; she died on 12th Feb. 1904 ; at Cook County Insane Hospital. She is buried in the Forest Home Cemetery. She was 72 at the time of her death. Her husband George S. Lye is still living . (Submitted by great-grandson, source #20]
LYNCH - Bridget Lynch (nee Roche), widow of the late Patrick Lynch, native of Castle Mahhon, County Limerick, Ireland. June 1, at the residence of her niece, Mrs. John Ryan, 290 Center Ave. Funeral Monday, 9:30 AM to Holy Family Church, CM&StP RY to Calv ary Cemetary. [Chicago Daily News, June 1900 - Sub. by Src #209]
LYNN, J. Fred - beloved husband of Gertrude Lynn, nee Swanson, fond father of Richard, John, Gertrude, Marjorie and Mary K. Lynn, loving brother of Effie Clapham, dear uncle of Irene Clapham. Body lying in state at funeral chapel, 1227 Devon-av., until 1 p.m. Saturday. Funeral services at Buena Memorial church, Broadway and Sheridan-rd., at 2 p.m. Interment Graceland cemetery. [Chicago Tribune, April 26, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
LYON, Ethel Lyon, aged 4 years, daughter of John K. and Adeline R. Lyon, suddenly at Hubbard Woods, Ill., Sept 23, 1907. Burial private. [Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, 24 Sept 1907. Submitted by Colleen]
LYON, Mrs. Martha Louise - beloved wife of the late Richard S. Lyon, mother of --? [can't read], E.R. Fancher and Mrs. R.H. C--? [can't read] Tuesday evening, April 29, 1930. Services in Cleveland, Thursday afternoon. Interment at Rosehill, Friday at 11:30 a.m. [Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1930. Submitted by source #6]
LYONS -- Anna Lyons [nee Ryan], May 4, suddenly at her residence, 6952 Throop-st., dearly beloved wife of James and fond mother of James and Cecelia, daughter of John and Ella Ryan, sister of Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Sheehy, John, Delia, Nellie, Margaret, Josephine, Katherine, Agnes, Patrick, James, and Martin Ryan. Native of Broadford, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Thursday, May 7, at 9 a.m., to St. Brendin's church, where high mass will be celebrated. Interment at Mount Olivet by autos. Arrangements for seats may be made by calling J. J. Sulliman, Wentworth 5829. [Chicago Tribune, May 6, 1914 - Sub by FoFG]
LYONS, Harry -- He Died Game.
Chicago - Harry Lyons was hanged to-day for the murder on the night of Feb. 9 of Alfred B. Mason, a scenic artist. Lyons attempted to rob Mason on the street, and, during the struggle which followed, Lyons fractured the victim's skull with the butt of a revolver. He was nervy to the last. [Zumbrota Independent (Zumbrota, MN) October 17, 1895, page 2]
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