Source: The Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, July 6, 1880 Transcribed by: Sharon Dickson (email@example.com)
PAGE--Wallace Albert, beloved son of Mr. Fred and Eliza Page, July 5, at 1 a.m. aged 15 months, after four days suffering, caused by inflammation of the brain. Funeral service will take place at residence, 996 North Wood-st., and will proceed from thence to Rosehill Cemetery at 2 o'clock to-day.
PALM--REUBEN F., beloved husband of Mrs. Rebecca H. Palm, father of Irving F. Palm, Mrs. W. R. Marshall, Mrs. A. G. Olson, aged 66 years. Funeral from 381 W. Harrison-st. Interment at Naperville. He died as he lived--a Christian.
PASQOE--Fred Pascoe, beloved husband of Jennie, nee Ahll, father of Elsie Pascoe and Mrs. E. Miller. Funeral from late residence, 6454 Linclon-st., Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 2 p.m.; thence by autos to Mount Hope cemetery.
PEAKS--George Franklin Peaks, at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Feb. 16, in his 81st year, husband of Mary Sherburne Peaks, father of George H. Peaks of Evanston, Ill., and Mary B. Peaks of New York City. Interment, Troy, N. Y. Muskegon, Mich., and Menominee, Mich., papers please copy.
PEASE--Mollie Pease, at Omaha, beloved wife of A. W. Pease, mother of Raymond, daughter of Mrs. Mary Flood, sister of James, Andrew, and Thomas, Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. from chapel, 1158 N. Clark-st., to Holy Name cathedral, where high mass will be celebrated; autos to Calvary. Member of St. Ita's branch, L.C.B.A. No 953.
PERELES--Louis Pereles, age 65 years, beloved husband of Sophia, father of Isador. Funeral from late residence, 750 S. 41st-ct., Wednesday at 11 o'clock to Rosehill cemetery. Member of George H. Thomas post No. 5, G. A. R..
PERKINS--Henry C. Perkins, April 18, beloved husband of Margaret Fisher, father of Bert F. Services at late residence, 2850 Warren-av., Thursday, April 20, at 2 pm.; interment at Graceland cemetery private. Member of Julius S. White post, G.A.R. D.C., Cregier lodge No. 643, A.F. & A. M., and Washington chapter No. 43, R.A.M.
PETERSEN--Arthur H. Petersen, Feb. 14, 1914, aged 17 years 2 months, beloved son of Martin C. and Minnie Petersen, nee Wolf; brother of Emma R. Petersen. Funeral from his parents' residence 5536 Laflin-st. Tuesday at 1 p.m., to the English Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer, Rev. G. Schuessler. Interment Mount Hope, by automobiles.
PETERSEN--Peder Petersen, June 12, 1920, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Carolina (nee Wold), dear father of Mabel, Oscar, Arthur and Mrs. O. Haave, grandfather of Marion. Member of Chicago camp, No. 3, K.O.T.M. Funeral from late residence 1408 N. Harding-av., Tuesday, at 2 p.m.; by autos to Mount Loive.
PETERSON--Ina I. Peterson, aged 22 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Amundson, sister of Russell, Harlan, Esther and Maria. Funeral Wednesday, at 2 p.m., from 2113 Powell-av., to Mount Olive.
PETERSON--Mrs. P. W. Peterson (nee Morbeck), April 25, 1913, beloved wife of Capt. Peterson and fond mother of Gustave W., Alma, George, Reuben and Harry, sister of Mrs. William Goodman, Mrs. Thea Brown, and Otto Morbeck, age 62 years and 7 months. Funeral Tuesday at 1 p.m. from late residence 2447 Kimball-av., thence by carriages to Mount Olive cemetery. Manitowoc papers please copy.
PETERSON--William M. Peterson, aged 12 years 11 months, beloved son of Christ and Lizzie Peterson (nee Miller), brother of Oscar. Funeral Tuesday at 2 p.m., from chapel, 2146 W. Madison-st.; interment St. Lucas.
PHILLIPS--George H. Phillips, beloved husband of Bertha L. Phillips, nee Schubart, and fond father of Nellie, George and Thomas, at his residence, 4642 Magnolia-av. Funeral services at Rosehill chapel Thursday, April 20, at 3 p.m., under auspcies of St. Bernard's commandery No. 35, Knights Templar.
PICKHAM--Oct. 29, 1885, MICHAEL, beloved son of Thomas and Hanora Pickham, native of Cappamore, County Limerick, Ireland, age 18 years. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 1, from parents' residence, 626 40th court, to St. James's Church, thence by cars to Calvary. Limerick (Wis.) papers please copy.
LA PLANT--THOMAS J., Jan. 26, 1902, aged 27 years, at parents' residence, 279 W. Polk-st., beloved son of Alfred and Annie (nee Hayden) and brother of Harry E., Lillian, Fred J., Annie and Martha; member of Garden City lodge, No. 40, A. O. U. W. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1902, from above residence to Notre Dame church at 9 o'clock, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary.
PLAYER--John Player, on Aug. 14, beloved husband of Charlotte, aged 67 years, Funeral private Sunday, Aug. 16, at residence 319 Franklin-av., River Forest. Masonic services at Elmwood cemetery at 3:30 p.m.
POWELL--John M. Powell, dearly beloved husband of Margaret Powell (nee Byrnes), Catherine Schrey, and Mrs. Willam Hughes. Funeral from his late residenc, 4704 Artesian-av., Tuesday, May 28, to Queen of Angels church at 9 a.m., where requiem high mass will be celebrated; thence by autos to Mount Carmel.
POZNER--Abraham, aged 72, beloved husband of Rica Pozner, and father of Julius, Isaac, Alex, Mrs. Russell Bell, and Mrs. Benjamin Nussbaum, at the residence of his daughter, 781 W. Taylor-st. Funeral Friday, 1 o'clock, to Graceland. New York and Cleveland papers please copy.
QUIGLEY--Mrs. Mary Quigley, April 17, 1916, widow of Joseph Quigley, mother of George Charles, and Alice at her residence, 409 S. Homan-av., Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at Lake Geneva, Wis., by train from C. & N. W., depot at 8 a.m.
QUINLAN--Catherine, beloved daughter of John and the late Bridget Quinlan (nee White), sister of Mary, Edward and John Quinlan, age 16? years. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 9 a.m. from her late residence, 305 Poplar-av., to St. Bridget's church, where high mass will be celebrated, by carriages to Mount Olivet, Gone to meet her mother.
RAITHEL--Albert B. Raithel, Nov. 7, brother of George W., Louis B., Theo F., Dr. J. A. and Alma Raithel, and Mrs. Henrietta Chatroop. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 10, 2 p.m. from late residence, 500 Melrose-st., to Wunders cemetery.
RANCK--Frank C. Ranck, 6120 Evans-av., son of the late D. A. Ranck and beloved husband of Eva Ranck. Services from Skeele's chapel, 55th and State-sts., Thursday at 10 a.m. Funeral private. Member of Modern Brotherhood of America and Northwestern council No. (illegible).
RANZ--BARBARA, Sept. 13, 1905, beloved wife of the late Louis Ranz, mother of Louis, Mary, Carrie and Frederick. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m., from her late residence, 532 E. School-st., to Alphonsus' church, thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery.
Source: The Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, July 6, 1880 Transcribed by: Sharon Dickson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
RAUTH--In this city, July 5, at 3 p.m., of cholera infantum, Gertie E., only daughter of William and Bee A. Rauth, aged 1 year and 21 days. Funeral from residence of parents, 307 South Western-av., Wednesday, July 7, at 11 a.m. by carriages to Calvary. Friends are invited without further notice.
REGAN--JAMES, beloved husband of Ida Regan and father of Harold, brother of Matt, John, Bennett, Tony and Annie Regan, Jan. 22. Funeral services Jan. 25, 10 a.m., from house, 40 Thomas-st., Harlem, to Concordia cemetery. A precious one from us has gone, oice we loved is stilled; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled.
REILLY--Feb. 15, 1889, JOHN, aged 68 years, beloved father of George Reilly. funeral from the residence of his son, 520 N. Wood-st., Sunday at 11:30, to St. Columbkill's church, by carriages to Calvary cemetery.
RICE--Millard B. Rice, at San Francisco, Feb. 12. Burial at St. Joseph, Mich., Wednesday, Feb. 18; services will be in charge of the Elks. Train leaves Chicago on Pere Marquette, Grand Central station, at 12 o'clock noon.
RICHARDSON--Maj. George R. Richardson, at his country place near Kalamazoo, Mich., April 16, 1916. A civil war veteran and for forty years employed by Burley & Tyrrell of this city. Funeral at 10:30 a.m., April 19, at Kalamazoo. Burial at Albion, Mich.
RICKER--Mary Ricker, beloved wife of John Ricker and mother of Allen, Edward, and Harry Ricker. Funeral Tuesday April 29 at 1:30 p.m., from Grein's chapel, 1723 Larrabee-st., to St. Michael's church. Interment at St. Boniface cemetery.
RODGERS--JAMES, son of the late Anthony Rodgers, beloved brother of Maggie Riordan (nee Rodgers). Funeral fro 169 E. 18th-st., Wednesday, july 16, 1902, at 10 a.m., to Holy Family church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Carmel.
ROHDE--Anton Rohde, Feb. 16, aged 55 years, 2316 N. Clark, beloved husband of Augusta Rohde and dear brother of Marie Ahrweiler and Lena Schoeffler. Funeral Monday, Feb. 19, at 8:30 a.m., from chapel, 1723 Larrabee-st., to St. Clement's church, thence by automobiles to St. Joseph's cemetery.
ROSCOE--Gertrude Roscoe, nee Minwogen, beloved wife of Jacob Roscoe, fond mother of Joseph, Agnes, Rosaline, and Albert, Feb. 16. Funeral from her late residence, 437 Wisconsin-st., Feb. 18 at 8:30 a.m., to St. Michael's church, thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery.
ROSE--Mayme E. B. Rose, April 25, 1913, daughter of the late Ambrose and Elizabeth B. Rose and sister of Mrs. T. Irving Wilson, Brooklyn, N.Y., William Henry, Alfred Thomas, Gertrude and Ambrose Rose, Jr. Funeral from late residence, 1037 Hayes-av., Monday, 28th at 10:30 a.m., by automobile to Rosehill.
ROSENFELD--Michael Rosenfeld, beloved husband of Rachel, nee Cole, father of Mrs. L. A. De Berard and William C. Rosenfeld and Mrs. M. R. Fox, brother of Hanna. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a.m. from chapel at 856 E. 35th-st.
ROSER--Phillip Roser, aged 88 years, Feb. 16, 1917, beloved father of Mrs. Caroline Schneider, Calvin, George, and William Roser, and Mrs.Mary Marggraf. Funeral services at late residence, 3331 Flournoy- st., at 1:30 p.m., Monday, by automobiles to Concordia cemetery. Woodstock, Ill., papers please copy.
ROSKOPF--Gertrude Roskopf, nee Minwegen, beloved wife of Jacob Roskopf, fond mother of Joseph, Agnes, Rosalind and Albert, Feb. 16, Funeral from her late residence, 437 Wisconsin-st., Feb. 18 at 8:30 a.m., to St. Michael's church, thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery.
ROSS--Donald, beloved husband of Janet, father of Mrs. C. F. Roland, Donald Ross, and Mrs. Edward Essig. Funeral from late residence, 6751 S. Carpenter-st., Tuesday, May 28, at 2 p.m. Autos to Oak Ridge Member of Markesan Lodge No. 59 fo Markesan, Wis.,Chicago District council U.B. of C and J. of A. Masonic services will be in charge of Dearborn Lodge No. 310, A.F. & A.M.
ROSS--Maria Stewart Ross, aged 84 years, beloved wife of the late Donald ross, mother of Thomas J. Ross and Annie Ross Stephens,grandmother of Elizabeth S. Gallagher and Annabel S. Weatherwax. Funeral Tuesday, at 2 p.m., from her late residence, 4815 Wabash-av., burial at Oakwoods.
ROUSWELL--Feb. 15, 1889, CHARLES T. ROUSWELL, beloved husband of Kittle Rouswell, nee Butler. Funeral Sunday, Feb. 17, from his late residnece, 215 W. 40th-st., at 9 a.m., to the Northwestern depot, by cars to Calvary.
RUSSELL--Hanora, beloved wife of the late Michael, mother of Mrs. P. J. Redmond and the late John, Frank and Michael. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 26, from residence, 1945 S. Troy-st., to St. Agatha's church; high mass at 9:30 a.m. Carriages to Calvary.
RUSSELL--Helen C., Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 1, daughter of Lucy G., sister of Mrs. Virginia Hall, A. Marie Hartman and Walter H. Russell; member of Cor. James A. Sexton circle, Ladies of the G.A.R. Funeral Tuesday 11 a.m., 4717 Broadway; burial Rosehill.
RYAN--Sept. 13, Mrs. ELIZA RYAN, 79 years, beloved mother of Matt and John J. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 16, at 9 a.m., from late residence, 7443 Drexel-av., to St. Lawrence church, by carriages to Mount Olivet.
RYDER--Mrs. G. Ryder, nee Rose, beloved mother of Wm. J. Rose, Mrs. Grace Ried, and the late Mrs. Josephine Meskiman. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a.m. from her daughter's residence, Mrs. Grace Ried, 7239 Green-st., to St Leo chruch. Carriages to Mount Olivet. Rome, N. Y., papers please copy.