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  • Howlett, Mary (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2. Date of Event: 11 Jan 1890     Mrs. Mary Howlett, mother of Mrs. Allen Vane, died at her daughter's residence on Forest avenue, Saturday evening, January 11, 1890, after a lingering illness, having nearly completed her eighty-sixth year. She was born in Camden, Maine, April 30, 1804. Married to Rev. James Howeltt, in Boston, ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2. Date of Event: 11 Jan 1890   Mrs. Mary Howlett, mother of Mrs. Allen Vane, died at her daughter's ...
  • Bowman, Ida Amanda (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2     The new year has brought to our town a sad event in the death of one of the most popular young ladies in the neighborhood. After many months of suffering the death angel has taken a loved one from the heart of a family. Ida Amanda Bowman died of consumption ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2   The new year has brought to our town a sad event in ...
  • Seelye, Carrie M. (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 1. Date of Event: 7 Jan 1890     In Memoriam Carrie M. Seelye, Memorial sermon preached at the Baptist Church Sunday Morning, Jan. 12, by the Pastor, Rev. H. A. Delano Miss Carrie M. Seelye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Issac H. Seelye, formerly of Evanston and now of Eau Claire, Wis. [Wisconsin], departed this mortal ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 1. Date of Event: 7 Jan 1890   In Memoriam Carrie M. Seelye, Memorial sermon preached at the Baptist Church ...
  • Powers, Elsie McDowell (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 7. Date of Event: 3 Jan 1890     Early yesterday morning, Elsie McDowell, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heman [sic] Powers, passed away after a lingering illness. Little Elsie had just finished her first year on earth, when she was taken away. The funeral took place this morning at eleven o'clock. The services were ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 7. Date of Event: 3 Jan 1890   Early yesterday morning, Elsie McDowell, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ...
  • Presley, Benjamin Mrs. (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 7     Deep sadness reigns in the home of one of our colored families. Within a month, Mr. Benjamin Presley has had taken from him his two little children and his wife, leaving him all alone in the world. Last Saturday, his wife, aged thirty-six years and eleven months, died from consumption. ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 7   Deep sadness reigns in the home of one of our colored families. ...
  • Parker, Caroline (Engaged)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2. Date of Event: 12 Jan 1890     Miss Caroline Parker, whose long and painful sickness has excited the sympathy of her friends in Evanston, pased quietly away Sunday morning, Jan. 12, at the age of fifty-four. She was a native of the state of New York, one of the younger members of a family of eleven children. ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2. Date of Event: 12 Jan 1890   Miss Caroline Parker, whose long and painful sickness has excited the sympathy ...
  • Barker, M. E. Mrs. (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 3 Feb 1894, p. 6     IN MEMORIUM. The Sunday-school of the Methodist church has unanimously passed the following resolutions in regard to the death of Mrs. M. E. Barker and her son. The Sunday-school of the First Methodist Episcopal church, of Wilmette, has learned with profound sorrow, of the death of Mrs. M. E. ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 3 Feb 1894, p. 6   IN MEMORIUM. The Sunday-school of the Methodist church has unanimously passed the ...
  • Barker, Charles (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 3 Feb 1894, p. 6     IN MEMORIUM. The Sunday-school of the Methodist church has unanimously passed the following resolutions in regard to the death of Mrs. M. E. Barker and her son. The Sunday-school of the First Methodist Episcopal church, of Wilmette, has learned with profound sorrow, of the death of Mrs. M. E. ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 3 Feb 1894, p. 6   IN MEMORIUM. The Sunday-school of the Methodist church has unanimously passed the ...
  • Carlson, Mrs. (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 3 Feb 1894, p. 6     Mrs. Carlson died Saturday last after a long illness...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 3 Feb 1894, p. 6   Mrs. Carlson died Saturday last after a long illness...
  • Barker, Charles (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 13 Jan 1894, p. 6. Date of Event: 9 Jan 1894     The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Barker will be pained to learn of the death of their eldest son, Charles, aged 14 years, who died Tuesday, Jan 9, after an illness of but a few days. He was a member of the First M.E. Sunday school, and ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 13 Jan 1894, p. 6. Date of Event: 9 Jan 1894   The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Barker will be ...
  • Barker, M. E. Mrs. (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 20 Jan 1894, p. 6     Mrs. M. E. Barker died Tuesday morning of this week, of malignant diptheria, and was buried the same day. Services were held at the residence of Mr. Edwin Drury, conducted by Rev. H. G. Leonard. The above announcement wil be read with sorow by all of Mrs. Barker's friends, and ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 20 Jan 1894, p. 6   Mrs. M. E. Barker died Tuesday morning of this week, of malignant ...
  • Springer, Milton Cushing (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 27 Dec 1890, p. 4. Date of Event: 26 Dec 1890     Milton C. Springer, a well-known and highly honored citizen of Wilmette passed away at 3:15 o'clock yesterday morning at his home on West Railroad avenue in that village. The cause of his death was paralysis, with which he was suddenly stricken down Thursday evening; for the past four weeks he ...
    appeared in Evanston Press, 27 Dec 1890, p. 4. Date of Event: 26 Dec 1890   Milton C. Springer, a well-known and highly honored citizen of Wilmette passed ...
  • Shantz, Edward, Mrs. (née White) (Died)
    appeared in Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 11     Volume 2, Number 1, full number 53
    appeared in Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 11   Volume 2, Number 1, full number 53
  • Obituary: Milton Cushing Springer
    Evanston Press, 27 Dec 1890, p. 4     Portrait courtesy of Wilmette Historical Museum...
    Evanston Press, 27 Dec 1890, p. 4   Portrait courtesy of Wilmette Historical Museum...
  • Wilmette News
    Evanston Press, 23 Oct 1890     ...
    Evanston Press, 23 Oct 1890   ...
  • A Year's Progress.  A sketch of the deeds and misdeeds of the departed year in Evanston.  Improvements everywhere and enjoyments no a few, by which to remember 1889
    Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 1     New buildings include the Dearborn Observatory, Mann block on Davis street, Post office, St. Mark's Episcopal Church , German Lutheran school building corner of Lake and Florence avenue, Evanston club house, general improvements to Davis street including cement sidewalks and removal of telephone wires and poles. The business community Volume ...
    Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 1   New buildings include the Dearborn Observatory, Mann block on Davis street, Post ...
  • Wilmette news
    Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 11     ...
    Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, p. 11   ...
  • Nutshell History of Evanston: prepared from Miss Willard's "Story of Evanston"
    Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, 2, 3, , 4     Chronology of significant events in the history of Evanston, Illinois, from 1840 to 1874. Last few sections of the article damaged and illegible...
    Evanston Press, 4 Jan 1890, 2, 3, , 4   Chronology of significant events in the history of Evanston, Illinois, from 1840 ...
  • Wilmette news
    Evanston Press, 1 Feb 1890, p. 6     ...
    Evanston Press, 1 Feb 1890, p. 6   ...
  • Obituary: Mrs. Mary Howlett
    Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2     ...
    Evanston Press, 18 Jan 1890, p. 2   ...
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