Well Known Glencoe Man Dies Suddenly
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 5 Jun 1913, p. 1


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Newspaper
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Item Type:
Articles
Date of Publication:
5 Jun 1913
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Thomas W. Browning
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Full Text
Thomas W. Browning, Retired Board of Trade Member Expires in Home Monday Thomas W. Browning, a retired member of the Chicago Board of Trade, died suddenly in his home in Downing avenue, Glencoe, Monday morning shortly before 6 o'clock. Death was caused by heart disease of which he had been a sufferer for the last three years. For some time Mr. Browning has been in poor health. He arose Monday morning early and shortly before 6 o'clock was found dead, seated in a chair. A coroner's inquest was held Tuesday morning. The verdict was that death was caused by heart trouble. Mr. Browning was 47 years old. He was a member of several prominent clubs and was widely known in business circles in Chicago. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 4, 1866. After securing a public school education there he came to Chicago in 1879. On April 5, 1904, he was married with Miss Esther St. John. He was identified with Pringle, Fife & Rankin, and later was connected with Walter Fitch & Co. He was forced to retire from active business three years ago on account of health. Mr. Browning was a member of the Chicago Athletic club and the South Shore Country club. Mrs. Browning was found dead in a bath tub in the home of her brother, S. H. St. John in 5161 Wabash avenue, Chicago in October, 1911.
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Well Known Glencoe Man Dies Suddenly