Prominent physician taken by death at Winnetka home [Henry Green Wildman]
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Sep 1927, p. 47
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Dr. Henry Green Wildman, of 640 Cherry Street, for 27 years a resident of Winnetka, died Friday August 26, at the Evanston Hospital. Death followed an operation for ulcers of the stomach, for which Dr. Wildman had had another operation five years ago. At the time of his death, Dr. Wildman was 68 years old.
For the past three years, Dr. Wildman, who was a specialist in tuberculosis, had been employed by the state of West Virginia to conduct clinics throughout the state. Other physicians brought their cases to these clinics. Previous to this, Dr. Wildman was for twelve years head physician for the tuberculosis sanitarium Oak Forest. He was a graduate of Columbia Medical college, New York, and following his graduation was junior physician Bellevue hospital. He then came to Chicago, where he specialized in ear, nose, and throat work.
Dr. Wildman was survived by his wife, Jennie May Young Wildman, a daughter, Mrs. John Dods of 648 Cherry Street, Winnetka, and two sons, Harry Y. Wildman of Minneapolis, and William Y. Wildman of Oak Park.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 230 and Rosehill Chapel and were conducted by the Reverend James Austin Richards of the Winnetka Congregational church. Burial was also it Rosehill.
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- 2 Sep 1927
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- Dods, John Mrs. ; Wildman, Harry ; Wildman, Henry ; Wildman, Jennie ; Wildman, William
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Illinois, United States
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