William N. McClintock dies at Kenilworth home
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 5 Dec 1924, p. 4
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William N. McClintock died at the home of William D. Shepherd, 341 Melrose avenue, Kenilworth, at 3 o'clock Thursday morning, December 4. He had been ill for about three weeks and the cause of death was complications resulting from a serious attack of typhoid fever.
Funeral services will be held at the shepherd home Saturday morning, December 6, at ten o clock. The Rev. C. A. Naumann of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Evanston, of which Mr. McClintock was a member, will officiate. Burial will be in the family plot at Oakwood.
Mr. McClintock was very well known and much liked on the North Shore. He was twenty-one years old, had attended Dartmouth for three years and was a Phi Delta Theta. He graduated from the New Trier high school in 1921.
He is survived by no near relatives. He was engaged to marry Miss Isabelle Pope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Pope, 910 Lake avenue, Wilmette. He had lived for the last 17 years with the Shepherds in Kenilworth.
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- 5 Dec 1924
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- McClintock, William ; Naumann, C. A. ; Pope, Henry ; Pope, Henry Mrs. ; Pope, Isabelle ; Shepherd, William
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Illinois, United States
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