EAGAN, Bridget; age 56 yrs., wife of James EAGAN, sister of T. Kelly, Esq., 17th inst. in Joliet; [10/25/1853, Joliet Signal]
EGELSTON, Sarah H.; age 15 yrs. 1 mo., 11th inst.; [11/18/1851, Joliet Signal]
EIBE, Joseph Z.; son George and Mary Ann EIBE, 28th ult. in Jackson; [11/14/1854, Joliet Signal]
ELLENWOOD, Z.Z. -- A young married man named Z.Z. Ellenwood, who was engaged as bar-keeper in the Pavilion House, in Joliet, we learn from the True Democrat, committed suicide by self-strangulation last Monday. [Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal, 14 May 1857]
ELWOOD, Dow Julian; age 5 yrs. 2 mos. 7 das., son of Nelson D. and Juliet L. ELWOOD, 13th inst.; [5/24/1853, Joliet Signal]
ELWOOD, Frank; youngest child of Nelson D. and Juliet L. ELWOOD, 1st inst., [9/23/1851, Joliet Signal]
FAY, Hugh Joseph, Sr.
b. abt 1875 -- d. October 21, 1945
Hugh Joseph Fay, 70, of 603 Gardner Street, died at his home yesterday morning following a lengthy illness. Mr. Fay was stricken ill in August, and since that time had never fully recovered. Born in Joliet, the son of pioneer parents who settled here in 1846, Mr. Fay was employed by the Chicago and Alton Railroad for 45 years as a switchman until his retirement in 1939. He was a retired member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 474, and of the Holy Name Society of the Sacred Heart Church. He is survived by his widow, Elizabeth, nee Blickhahn; four sons, Bernard J., Hugh J., George W., and Corp. Frank A. of the U.S. Army, now stationed at Manila: five daughters, Marcia, Mrs. John C. Hirschfeld (Marjorie) of Chicago, Mrs. Albert Kindelmann (Vera) of Floral Park, New York, Mrs. Raymond J. Larkin (Helene) of Joliet and Mrs. Clarence J. Larkin (Elizabeth) of Hollywood, FL; a sister, Miss Catherine Fay, and four grandchildren. Funeral services: Haley Funeral Home 9:30; Sacred Heart Church at 10:00. Burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. [submitted by Dori Leekley]
FAY, Hugh Jr.
b. abt 1905 -- d. March 3, 1947
Hugh Fay, Jr., 42, of 415 S. Chicago Street, who was stricken Saturday night at 10:50 p.m. with a cerebral hemorrhage while bowling in a CYO tournament at the Bowl-Era alleys, died this morning in St. Joseph's hospital. According to Mr. Fay's family, he had not been ill but became dizzy while bowling. With the aid of his wife, Eleanor, and a brother, he walked outside for some fresh air. His headache became more painful and they took him home immediately. Dr. Richard Calosio was called and had Fay taken to the hospital at once. A native of Joliet, Mr. Fay was most recently employed by the Rock Island Railroad as a yard cleark. During the war he worked at the Elwood Ordnance plant and previous to that at the Carnegie Illinois Steel Mill. In 1917 he was a Herald-News carrier boy. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Sacred Heart Church, the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Irving Athletic Club. Surviving are his widow, Eleanor nee Neese: his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Fay: three brothers, Bernard J., Frank A., and George W. Fay; five sisters, Marcia Fay, Mrs. John C. Hirschfield of Chicago, Mrs. Albert Kindelmann of Long Island, NY, Mrs. Raymond Larkin and Mrs. Clarence Larkin both of Joliet. Funeral, Haley & Son funeral parlors to Sacred Heart Church. Burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery. [submitted by Dori Leekley]
FAY, In Memory of Thomas W.
Born: January 4, 1899 Departed March 2, 1958 Services Held at: Holy Angels Cathedral Interment Calumet Park Cemetery, Crown Point, IN [submitted by Dori Leekley]
At his home, 115 St. Louis St. Michael Feeny, aged 52 years, yesterday at 9:30 of Bright's disease. Deceased leaves a wife and four children. Montreal papers please copy. [Joliet Weekly News, Friday, March 30, 1888 - Submitted by K. T.]
FILER, Charles O.; age 3 yrs. 9 mos., son of Philip and Roxana FILER, 21st ult. in Joliet, lung fever , [2/3/1852, Joliet Signal]
FOX, Amanda Maria; age 24 yrs. 3 mos. 20 das., wife of Charles H. Fox, dau. of J.J. FLACK, Esq., 5th inst. in Joliet; [9/9/1851, Joliet Signal]
FOX, DeWitt B.; age 13 mos. 26 das., son of Charles H. and Amanda Maria FOX, 10th ult. in Joliet; [9/9/1851, Joliet Signal]
FREEMAN, Sarah; age 17 yrs. 11 mos., dau. of M.J. and Kegrah FREEMAN, 25th ult. in Troy; [12/18/1849, Joliet Signal]
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