William Barrow dies at Wilmette residence
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 May 1929, p. 46

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William Barrow, 78, of 236 Laurel avenue, Wilmette, died at his home last Sunday after a lingering illness. Mr. Barrow was forced to retire from business a year ago because of failing health.

He is survived by a son, Walter, of Boston; two daughteres [sic], Mrs. Clara L. Shults, of Aurora, Ill., and Mrs. Ethel B. Hankins, of Washington, D. C.; three sisters, Miss Louise Barrow, of Wilmette, Mrs. E. L. Bevington and Mrs. W. L. Bush, of Chicago, and a brother, Frank, of Los Angeles.

Mr. Barrow was a member of Garfield Park Blue lodge, No. 686, A. F. and A. M. The Masonic services at Graceland cemetery chapel Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock were in charge of that lodge.

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17 May 1929
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Barrow, Frank ; Barrow, Louise ; Barrow, Walter ; Barrow, William ; Bevington, E. L. ; Bush, W. L. ; Hankins, Ethel ; Shults, Clara
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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William Barrow dies at Wilmette residence