Chicago Tribune 17 Jul 1959
Felske – Emma Felske, age 72, July 15, 1959, beloved wife of the late Gustav; fond mother of Walter, Edward, Fred, and Florence Braun; loving grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of one; dear sister of Bertha Klopp, Margaret Voigtlander, Max and Ted Jonas. Services Saturday, 2:30 p. m. at chapel 3905-07 N. Lincoln avenue, interment Rosehill.
Chicago Tribune 30 Aug 1944
Charles Henry Klopp of 3509 Belden avenue, beloved husband of Bertha, nee Jonas; dear father of Norine and Robert C. Klopp. Services Friday at 2 p. m., at funeral home, 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Town of Maine cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 21 May 1973
Bertha L. Klopp, nee Jonas, beloved wife of the late Charles H.; fond mother of Robert Charles (Sharron) and the late Norine Poniatowski; grandmother of six; sister of Ted Jonas. Funeral services Tuesday, 1 p. m., at Neilsen Funeral Home, 3301 Fullerton Av, Interment Town of Maine Cemetery. Visitation after 12 noon Monday. BE5-6878
Chicago Tribune 16 Aug 1961
Fred Jaeger, formerly of 3710 Southport avenue, beloved husband of the late Ella, nee Jonas; dear father of Ruth Hoffman, Ida O’Connell, Dorothy Ramsden, and Irene Fudacz; grandfather of eight; great-grandfather of one. Resting at Thomas J. Cooney Funeral Home, 3552 Southport avenue. Services Friday, 1 p. m. to Graceland Cemetery
Do you have New York ancestors? Have you utilized Old Fulton NY Postcards?
The first few times I accessed this site, I was more than confused as to how to access the records they keep. What records do they have you ask. NEWSPAPERS. I love old newspapers. On this site, I have found obituaries, quick updates about ancestors leaving town and then coming back as well.
So, you ask what is so confusing about the website. On the right 2/3 of the web page is a ability to page the site owner, look at older photo’s and log in. You do not need to log in to use this site.
On the right side is where you do your research. You plug in the information you are looking for and are given a list of hits to search through. Everything is in small print, so be careful going through these lists. Personally, as I go through my lists, I look at what area the paper is before I open it. If it is in the area my ancestors lived, I will then open and see what I can find.
There are 5,000 hits when I searched for John O’Connell, which is way too many to go through. This is when I get selective and will look for papers that were located near the places John had lived.
There are many different searches that can be performed on this site. If you have ancestors in NY, I suggest you take some time and search here to see if you can find anything in their newspapers.
Chicago Tribune 23 Aug 1966
Rose O’Connell McAvoy, beloved wife of the late Frank; loving mother of Ambrose O’Connell, Linus O’Connell, Theresa O’Connell, Stephen and Andrew; fond grandmother of four; great grandmother of ten. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m., from the Hough Funeral Home, 4300 N. Central, to Our Lady of Mercy church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph’s. PA-5-4300
Chicago Tribune 15 May 1955
McAvoy – Frank McAvoy, 1255 Addison street, suddenly, beloved husband of Rose. Services Monday, 1:30 p. m. at funeral home, 3552 Southport avenue. Interment Irving Park.
Chicago Tribune 5 Aug. 1969
Max H. Jonas, Aug.4, 1969, of Morton Grove, beloved husband of Jeanette; dear brother of Ted Jonas, Bertha Klopp, and Margrett Voigtlander. Member of American Legion post No. 134 and member of Loyal Order of Moose lodge No. 3. Services in Meyer Funeral Home, 625 Dempster street, Morton Grove, Wednesday, 10 a. m. Interment Ridgewood. Please omit flowers. YO S-2500
Chicago Tribune 29 Aug 1944
Jonas – Marie Jonas of Morton Grove, Ill., beloved mother of Augusta Frieberg, Emma Felske, Minnie Seifert, Bertha Klopp, Otto, Ella Jaeger, Max, Margaret Voightlander, and Theodore. Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., from chapel , 6235 Lincoln avenue, Morton Grove, to Jerusalem Lutheran Church at 2 p. m. Interment St Matthew’s Cemetery.