TAKEN--CLARA TAKEN, beloved wife of Bernard Taken, aged 42 years 11 months. Funeral from her late residence, 794 N. Irving-av., Saturday, Nov. 18, 1899, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Aloysius' church, from there to St. Boniface cemetery.
TATE--ALICE M., daughter of George C. and Alice Tate, granddaugher of the late James and Esther Hughes; teacher at Von Humboldt school. Funeral from her late residence, 347 Hudson-av., Saturday, at 10 a.m., to Church of Immaculate Conception, where requiem high mass will be celebrated, carriages to Calvary.
TATNER--Margaret Webster Tatner, Anamosa, Ia., Feb. 11, beloved wife of Alfred and mother of F. A. Tatner and Edna N. Tatner, sister of Mrs. Jane Williams. Funeral Feb. 14, 1 p.m., at chapel, 2348 W. Madison-st., via autos to Elmwood cemetery.
TEED--Robert, beloved son of Rosa and the late Robert S. Teed, beloved brother of Mrs. Emma Koestner, John T. Teed, Mrs. Christina Brinkman, William Teed and the late Mrs. Rosa Miller. Funeral Wednesday, Oct 6, at 9 a.m. from late residence, 315 W. 24th-pl., to St. Anthony's church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated. thence by carriages to St. Boniface cemetery. Clear Lake (Iowa) papers please copy.
BLEDSOE--We wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors who assisted us so graciously in our sad bereavement in loss of our beloved husband, father, and brother. MRS. C. E. BLEDSOE, MISS DORA BLEDSOE, MRS. L. H. STOCKWELL, AND MRS. ANNA DARRAGH.
GROOS-- We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends, neighbors, and relatives, also the members of the Standard Athletic club and the employes of the Nelson Morris Co.'s office for their sympathy shown us and the beautiful floral offerings in the hour of our bereavement at the death of our beloved son and brother, Ernest A. Groos; we also wish to thank the Rev. E. V. Huserodt for his consoling words at the house and the grave and also the undertaker, William Kross, for his good service rendered us.
THOMPSON--Oct. 2, 1895, EDWARD BENJAMIN, beloved son of Ole and Lottie Thompson and husband of Annie Thompson (nee Douglass), aged 26 years and 4 months. Funeral Friday, Oct. 4, from105 E. Superior-st.
Source:Chicago Sunday Tribune, March 11,1945 Submitted By:Grandneice Joyce Dougherty (email@example.com)
THORNUM--Emma C. THORNUM, suddenly. dear sister of the late Louise ROBERTSON, loving aunt of Ruth HILBURN, Russell SMITH, Lucille KNIGHT, and Dorothy SMITH, sister-in-law of W.O.ROBERTSON. Services Tuesday at 2p.m. at funeral home 9301 Fullerton Avenue. Interment Mount Olive. Member of Lady Washington Circle, Ladies of the Grand Army: Dagmar lodge, No.4, D.S.S. Daughters of Denmark: Formosa Reveiw, No.65, W.B.A. and American Ladies Burial society.
THORNUM PETER J. aged 62 years 10 months. Beloved husband of Christine THORNUM and beloved father of Fred, Emma, Thyra and Mrs. E.R. HASSELRIIS. Dec.31. Funeral from his late residence, 704 W. North av.. Thursday 1 p.m.: Interment at Mount Olive.
TIERNEY--Mrs. MARY, July 14, 1902, beloved mother of Sergt. Dennis F. Tierney, Mrs. P. W. Guilfoyle, Mrs. Carter, P. B. and Roger Tierney. Funeral Wednesday at 10 o'clock sharp from her late residence, 382 S. Western-av., to St. Jarlath's church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
TONK--Max Tonk, Aug. 15, aged 63 years, husband of Marion, father of Percy, Clara, and Daphlene; brother of William, Charles, and Albert. Funeral Monday, Aug. 17, at 2 p.m. from late residence, 716 Fullerton- av. Burial at Graceland.
TRACEY-Patrick, Nov. 26, beloved husband of Margaret (nee Sullivan), father of Mrs. William Murphy and Mrs. George Sullivan, brother of Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. John O'Connell and Thomas Tracey and father-in-law of Representative William Murphy. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m. from late residence 4742 Shields-av., to St. Cecilia's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
TRACEY--Thomas Tracey, July 6, 3454 S. Morgan-st., beloved son of the late Cornelius and the late Margaret (Gahan), brother of James, John, Mrs. Thomas Duffey, William, and the late Mrs. Fitzgerald, and the late Mrs. Enright. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., to the Church of St. David's where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary.
TRACEY--Thomas, Oct. 3, beloved husband of Bridget (nee Kane), father of John, Patrick, William and the late Thomas and Michael Tracey and brother of Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Bridget O'Connell and the late Patrick Tracey. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a.m. from late residence, 4714 Princeton-av. to St. Cecilia's church, thence by autos to MountOlivet. For seats or autos call yards 703.
TRACY--Sunday, Feb. 5, DANNIE, beloved child of John and Annie Tracy, aged 5 monts and 25 days. Funeral from the residence of parents, 2937 Aarnold-st. Tuesday, Feb. 7, by carriages to Calvary Cemetery.
TRACY--Mary Parsons Tracy, Nov. 8, beloved wife of Walter B. Tracy, daughter of Mrs. C. H. Parsons, sister of Weare, Jay, Hugh, and Susie Parsons, Mrs. C.C. Fowler, Mrs. A. H. Vincent, Mrs. A. D. Adams, and Mrs. H. S. Keeler. Funeral from late home, 4101 Washington-blvd., Sunday, Nov. 10, at 2 p.m. Burial at Forest Home.
TRACEY--Mrs. ALICE TRACY (nee O'Donnell), beloved wife of Daniel Tracey, at her residence, 334 N. May-st., Thursday, Aug. 22, 6 p.m. Funeral Sunday, at 9:30 a.m., from the above residence, to St. Stephen's church, by carriages to Calvary.
TRACY--Thomas Tracy, suddenly, April 18, 1916, beloved husband of the late Mary Tracey, nee McSorley, son of Mary and the late John Tracy, brother of Mrs. Patrick Clonen, Mrs. Delia Manning, Mrs. John Lally, and John Tracy, at the residence of Mrs. Delia Manning, 5011 N. Western-av., Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from above residence, to Queen of Angels church; autos to Mount Carmel. member of Blessed Sacrament court No. 188, C.O.F. and Division 241 of A. A. of Street Men's union.
TYRRELL--GEORGE GERSON TYRRELL, beloved son of George and Mary Terrell, 22 years 9 months. Funeral fro his home, 1525 Carroll-av., Sunday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m., by carriages to Graceland. San Francisco (Cal.) and London (England) papers please copy.
Van--John, 10735 Glenroy-av., Saturday night, Oct. 2, 3:15, father of Mrs. FaFinny(?) Krase and Mrs. Mary Reichard. Funeral from his late residnece, 10735 Glenroy-av., Wednesday morning, 8:30. Services at St. Margaret's church, 9 a.m., 99th and S. Throop, thence to Bohemian Polish Catholic cemetery.
VANDERKLOOT--Adrian Vanderkloot, president of the South Halsted Street Iron works, suddenly of heart failure at the home of his brother, M. R. Vanderkloot, at 7:30 p.m. yesterday. Funeral notice later.
VOSS-Luis, 78 years, Oct. 2, 1915, beloved uncle of Mrs. Meta Hueboer, Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Bertha Bercaw, Miss Alma Wolf, Ernst Mueling, Charles Hannemann. Funeral Oct. 5, at 12:30 from chapel, 2315 S. California, by autos to Concordia cemetery.
Source: The Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, July 6, 1880 Transcribed by: Sharon Dickson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VOGELL--At 3 a.m., July 5, of cholera infamtum, Katie Bell, only daughter of C.J. and Sophia H. Vogell, aged 7 months. Funeral from residence, 170 Chestnut-st., at 1 p.m., July 6. Waukegan papers please copy.