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318 East Jefferson Street Macomb
318 East Jefferson Street  Macomb
Title318 East Jefferson Street Macomb
Photo Number000448.JPG
CollectionDigital Image Collection (Western Illinois University)
Keywords318 East Jefferson Street Houses Buildings
Subject HeadingMacomb--Buildings (318 East Jefferson Street)
DescriptionFrom a post card, nd., APMOA. Ross Miller was a farmer, living in 1907 at 318 East Jefferson Street. "Ross Miller of Macomb Passes Away At Residence" "Ross Miller, 81, died about midnight last night at the Bruner apartments, 222 East Carroll street, where he resided. He had been an invalid for four years since suffering a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. L.G. Whitcomb at the Dodsworth funeral home Friday at 2:00 p.m. Entombment will be in Oakwood abbey. He was born October 10, 1863, at Industry to Wm. and Louisa Russell Miller, and moved to Macomb in 1904. Most of his life was spent in McDonough county. He was a member of the Presbyterian church and the Masonic lodge. On Sept. 24, 1884 he married Luticia Pennington, who died in 1938, and on June 22, 1939 he married Elsie E. Pennington, who survives. A son, Wardie, died at the age of nine years, and four children died in infancy. Two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Greenup and Mrs. Genara Cassidy, both of 222 East Carroll street, and a brother Price Miller of Industry, survive. A brother, Marcus Miller, and a sister, Lizzie Miller, are deceased. Friends may call at the chapel." "Macomb Journal, " September 5, 1945, p. 2.
Source/Publisher/DonorAC 03-003 Loaned for reproduction by Jane Nissen.
Location of Original PhotoMacomb Buildings (Houses) Album--Southwest and Southeast quadrants
RightsWIU Libraries Archives & Special Collections -- All Rights Reserved. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, contact the WIU Archives and Special Collections at malpass-archives@wiu.edu.
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