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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS   18 June 1888   Chicago IL
At his residence, 538 13th Place, June 17, 1888, TIMOTHY HENNESSY, aged 67 years; a native of Lisvernane Glen of Aherlow, County Tipperary, Ireland, and a member of Father Mathew's Temperance Society. Funeral Tuesday at 9:30 a.m., to St. Charles of Borromeo's Church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Union Depot and by Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad to Calvary....Submitted by Carole

CHICAGO DAILY NEWS  Wednesday, 8 December 1937 
MARY HENNESSY (BRENNAN), age 66, beloved wife of the late David, fond mother of Bernard of Hingham, Mont. Funeral Friday at 9 a.m. from funeral home 6915 Wentworth Ave., to St. Bernard's church. Interment Calvary.....Submitted by Carole

Hoopeston Chronicle 21- Feb. 1963
JOHN NEWELL ALLEN, 84, Former Resident, Succumbs in Pekin former Hoopeston resident, who has made his home the past few years in LaGrange, died at a Pekin hospital at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, (Feb 20, 1963, after being in failing health for several years. The body was returned to Hoopeston and is at the Wood Funeral Home, where memorial services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday, with the Rev. Ernest H. Duling of the Methodist Church officiating Burial will be in Floral Hill Cemetery. Friends will be received tonight at the Funeral Home from 7 to 9. Born in Rossville on June 25, 1879, he was the son of Charles A. and Mary Thompson Allen.  On April 29, 1912, he was married to Winifred Hess Chesley in Danville, who preceded him in death. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. I. R. (Emily) Jones, LaGrange and Mrs. James W. (Mary) Riley, Peoria; one sister Mrs. Louis V. Petry, Hoopeston, four grandchildren, Richard Jones, Mrs. Charles Paulius, Kirk and Becky Riley. There is one great-grandchild. Two nephews survive who are Lawrence and John Allen, Danville.  One brother and his parents preceded him in death.  Mr. Allen attended Hoopeston High School and the University of Illinois and was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. After leaving Hoopeston, he made his home of recent years with his daughter, Mrs. Emily Jones, of LaGrange....Submitted by Prudy

Suburban Life Citizen 10- `15-1986  Leukemia claims LT graduate 
KURT ALLEN PAULIUS, 18, of Indian Head Park, died of complications from leukemia Sunday afternoon at Loyola Hospital.  A Mass will be said at 11 a.m. today at St. Helena Episcopal Church, 7600 Wolf, Burr Ridge.  Internment will be in Bronswood Cemetery in Oak Brook.  Kurt was a 1986 graduate of Lyons Township High School.  He had been elected prom king, and was honored at graduation when the class made a $1,000 donation in his name to the American Leukemia Society.  He had been a member of the Lyons Township football and track teams until being diagnosed with leukemia in the sparing of last year.  He served as team aide his senior year. Paulius was in the hospital from mid-September to the end of October last year.  He managed to maintain his grade point average and make the honor roll in the fall semester.   Except for graduation June 15 when he was honored with the $1,000 donation Paulius had been in the hospital from March 17 until July 3 this year.  “Kurt was so pleased (with the gift). “He thought it was an honor to be remembered when he hadn’t been there (the high school) in months,?said his mother Mary. He had received a bone marrow transplant from his brother, Karl, in August.  However complications affecting his live and bowel set in.  Survivors include his mother, Mary Paulius, two brothers, Charles and Karl, and one sister, Mary Helen...Submitted by Prudy

The Daily Mountain Eagle 1301 East Viking Drive Jasper, AL 35501
STEVEN RAY WILLIAMS JR., 14, of Bremen died Sunday, July 23, 2000, at Childrens Hospital in Birmingham. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at Mt. Hope Baptist Church in Walker County with burial in the adjoining cemetery. Rev. Wayne Williams will officiate. Collins-Burke Funeral Home of Jasper will direct.  Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at the Mt. Hope Baptist Church in Walker County. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Donald Huggins. He is survived by his parents, Steven Ray Williams Sr. and Cherly Williams of Bremen; sisters, Stephanie and Amber Williams of Bremen; brothers, Christopher and Billy Williams of Bremen; and grandparents, Ray and Mima Williams of Bremen and Mary Huggins of  Hammond, Ind......Submitted by Mary Huggins  
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Beecher City Journal---Thursday, Nov. 19, 1936
AGED MOTHER DIES- Mrs. ANNA FOSTER, widow of the late Comrade James Foster, passed away about four o?clock Sunday morning at the Effingham hospital. Mrs. Foster had been in extremely poor health for several months. Her condition became critical the last of the week and her children took her to the hospital Thursday. Obituary - Anna Martha Kinnaman was born in Missouri, Aug 22, 1866 and departed this life at the Effingham hospital, Nov 15, 1936 aged 70 yrs. 2 mo and 23 days. She was married to James Foster 46 years ago. To this union 5 children came to bless their home, James Foster of Mason City, Iowa, Florence Smith,  Kinmundy, Laura Grabb, Decatur, Minnie Royse, Joliet, William Foster at home.She leaves the above named children and the following step children to mourn her going, Geo. Foster, Peoria, Cordia Oliver, Mattoon, Rose Etta Black, Chaffee, Mo. submitted by:Christopher



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