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Sheffield Square Apartments
2318 N Sheffield Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Built by Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins in 1925, originally named University Court Apts. Now a residence for DePaul University students, having been purchased for DePaul by its President, Rev. John P. Minogue, C.M., great great grandson of Dominick and Ellen Graham Foy.
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950 Altgeld St.
950 W Altgeld St
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Built by John Foy in 1893 along side 952 Altgeld. 952 was torn down in 2006 and replaced by a 3 story condominium. 950 had been torn down earlier.
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1847 W. School St.
1847 W School St
Chicago, IL 60657, US
Leslie and Emily lived here from 1901 to 1905. Kathleen was born here in 1902.
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6418 S. Lowe Ave.
6418 S Lowe Ave
Chicago, IL 60621, US
Leslie and Emily lived here in Englewood from 1900 to 1901.
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6923 S. Vernon Ave.
6923 S Vernon Ave
Chicago, IL 60637, US
Leslie and Emily lived here in Greater Grand Crossing when they were first married in 1900.
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Foy Apartments
1035-41 W Byron St
Chicago, IL 60613, US
Built by John Foy in 1914. The name “Foy” is in raised letters over its two entryways
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2053 N Kenmore Ave
2053 N Kenmore Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
John and Mary Stanton Foy lived here in Lincoln Park from 1892 to 1893
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502 S La Salle St.
502 S La Salle St
Chicago, IL 60605, US
John and Mary Stanton Foy and their 3 children lived here in the Loop from 1883 to 1892
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42 E. Hubbard St.
42 E Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60611, US
John and Mary Stanton Foy and their 3 children lived here on the Near North Side in 1882
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354 W. Oak St.
354 W Oak St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
John and Mary Stanton Foy lived here on the Near North Side from 1878/80 to 1882
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933 N Orleans St
933 N Orleans St. (Rear)
Chicago, IL 60610, US
John and Mary Stanton Foy lived here on the Near North Side after their marriage in 1872 until 1878/80. William and Emily were born here.
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2925 S. Throop St.
2925 S Throop St
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Dominick and Ellen Graham Foy built this house in Bridgeport in 1871 after the Chicago Fire and lived here until 1901. The house is still there.
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377 W. Ohio St.
377 W Ohio St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Dominick and Ellen Graham Foy lived here on the Near North Side from at least 1866 until the Chicago Fire in 1871.
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620 O'Brien St.
620 W. O'Brien St.
Chicago, IL,, US
Thomas and Mary Higgins Foy lived here on the Near West Side from 1864 to 1878. The Chicago Fire started 2 blocks north at 558 W. DeKoven St., home of their friends Kate and Patrick O'Leary
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558 W. DeKoven St.
558 W de Koven St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Kate and Patrick O'Leary lived here when Mrs. O'Leary's cow allegedly started the the Chicago Fire in 1871.
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Quigley Preparatory Seminary
103 E Chestnut St
Chicago, IL 60611, US
Minor seminary where Peter biggins went to high school.
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Oak Street Beach
Al Biggins was a lifegaurd herecirca 1927-28
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Biograph Theater
2341 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Philip Biggins was playing pool here at the Biograph Billiard Parlor on the second floor when the FBI shot John Dilinger, Public Enemy No. 1
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Lincoln Park Boat Club
Where Al Biggins rowed, circa 1930.
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806 Oakwood Ave.
806 Oakwood Ave
Wilmette, IL 60091, US
Home of John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins and 5 children in Wilmette from 1948 to 1963
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2231 Greenwood Ave.
2231 Greenwood Ave
Wilmette, IL 60091, US
Home of Peter and Marilyn Carroll Biggins in Wilmette from 1968 to 1972.
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545 Scranton Ave.
545 E Scranton Ave
Lake Bluff, IL 60044, US
Home of John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins in Lake Bluff from 1944 to 1946, while Al was stationed at Great Lakes Naval Training Station.
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Loyola University
6525 N Sheridan Rd
Chicago, IL 60626, US
Where Peter Biggins received a B.S. in Social Sciences in 1960.
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6000 N. Winthrop Ave.
6000 N Winthrop Ave
Chicago, IL 60660, US
Where Peter and James Biggins lived in a garden apartment in the Edgewater section of Chicago from 1963 to 1964
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The University of Chicago
5801 S Ellis Ave
Chicago, IL 60637, US
Where Peter Biggins graduated with an MBA in 1962 and John Foy Coverdale with a JD with honors in 1984
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Chicago Main Post Office
433 W Harrison St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where hangs 15' x 5' mural painted in 1938 by Frances Foy, entitled "Advent of the Pioneers, 1851"
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Columbus Hospital
2520 N Lakeview Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Site of Columbus Hospital built in 1906 by Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini who was canonized a saint in 1946. Leslie Biggins met with her and waterproofed the building. Two Biggins children were born here in 1970 and 1972. The hospital closed in 2001. The National Shrine of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini was opened her in 2012.
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Belden-Stratford Hotel
2300 Lincoln Park West
Chicago, IL, USA
Where Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
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7358 Osceola
7358 N Osceola Ave
Chicago, IL 60631, US
Where Richard and Virginia Shay Biggins and family lived in Edison Park from 1948. An addition was built in 1954 for Richard's parents, Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins. Leslie Biggins died here in 1959. Emily stayed until 1966, when she moved to Milwaukee to be near her daughter Kathleen Biggins Coverdale.
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1152 Wesley Ave.
1152 Wesley Ave
Oak Park, IL 60304, US
Where Thomas and Mary Higgins Foy moved in Oak Park in 1902 with their grown children Stephen, Kate and Mayme. Thomas died in 1902 and Mary in 1907. Stephen died in 1942. In 1945 Richard and Virgina Shay Biggins moved here from 2318 sheffield and Kate and Mayme moved to 2318 Sheffield.
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Biggins Farm 1848 western half
Western half of land Patrick Biggins purchased with Canal Scrip in 1848 from Illinois-Michigan Canal Commission. Now site of Lakewood Estates subdivision.
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Biggins Farm 1848 eastern half
Eastern half of land Patrick Biggins purchased with Canal Scrip in 1848 from Illinois-Michigan Canal Commission. Now site of Lukancic Middle School and Skoff Elementary School.
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Biggins Farm 1866 western half
Western half of land Patrick Biggins purchased in 1866. Now site of Misty Ridge subdivision.
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Biggins farm 1866 eastern half
Eastern half of land purchased in 1866 by Patrick Biggins. Now site of part of Hampton Park West subdivision.
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St. Dennis Church
1214 S Hamilton St
Lockport, IL 60441, US
St. Dennis Church, built in 1879 to replace a wooden church built in 1879. Patrick Biggins was buried from here in 1882.
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St. Dennis Cemetery
Where Bridget Biggins are buried in 1850-60 and Patrick Biggins in 1872. Son James Biggins was buried here in 1890.
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Indian Hill Club
Where Peter, James, and William Biggins caddied in the 1950s and early 1960s. Also where comedian Bill Murray caddied in the 1960s.
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809 E. Miner St.
809 E Miner St
Arlington Heights, IL 60004, US
Where Peter and Marilyn Carroll Biggins lived in Arlington Heights after they were married, 1964 to 1966. Their daughter Carroll was born while they lived here.
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1306 Carol St.
1306 Carol St
Park Ridge, IL 60068, US
Where Henrietta Kenny Carroll and daughters lived in Park Ridge from 1962 to 1964.
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338 Nordica
338 Nordica Ave
Glenview, IL 60025, US
Where Henrietta Kenny Carroll and her daughters Marilyn and Maureen lived from 1955 to 1962 in Glenview, after Edward Carroll died.
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200 N. Lamon
200 N Lamon Ave
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Where Edward and Henrietta Kenny Carroll lived in Austin from 1940 to 1952. Maureen was born while they lived here in 1942
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4955 W. Fulton St.
4955 W Fulton St
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Where Edward and Henrietta Kenny Carroll lived from 1934 to 1940. Their daughter Marilyn was born while they lived here in 1940.
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Tribune Tower
435 N Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60611, US
Where Edward Carroll worked for the Kohler Company from 1928 to 1952, before being made Detroit Branch Manager.
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Field Building
135 S La Salle St
Chicago, IL 60603, US
Where Henrietta Kenny Carroll worked for the Field Estate, Ward Farnsworth, and Marshall Field III.
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St. Francis Xavier Church
524 9th St
Wilmette, IL 60091, US
Parish church of John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins in Wilmette from 1948 to 1963. Where five children went to grammar school. Where daughter Emily married John David Williams in 1962.
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Michigan Shores Club
Where John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins family were members in the 1950s.
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2637 N. Dayton St.
2637 N Dayton St
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Home of Gus and Frances Foy Dalstrom. Where John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins lived in the summer of 1944 after Al joined the U. S. Navy.
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Lincoln Turner Verein
1015 W Diversey Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where the children of Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins went swimming indoors.
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St. Vincent DePaul Church
1010 W Webster Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Parish church of John and Mary Stanton Foy and Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins from 1892 to 1954.
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Calvary Cemetery
301 Chicago Ave
Evanston, IL 60202, US
Where members of the Foy, McNally, Biggins, and Carroll families are buried.
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503 Sheridan Rd.
503 Sheridan Rd
Evanston, IL 60202, US
Apt. where Peter and Marilyn Carroll Biggins lived in Evanston from 1966 to 1968.
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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church
1125 Church St
Glenview, IL 60025, US
Where Peter and Marilyn Carroll Biggins were married on August 22, 1964.
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Wilmette Beach
Where the John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins family went swimming during the summer. If you could swim to the raft, you got a "WB" to be sewn on your suit.
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Northwestern University
2317 Sheridan Rd
Evanston, IL 60201, US
Where Al Biggins graduated in 1933 with a B.S. in civil engineering
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Mundelein College
Now part of Loyola University. Where Emily Biggins Williams graduated from college in 1960. Where Leslie Biggins did waterproofing when the building was built in 1931.
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2321 S. Archer Ave.
2321 S Archer Ave
Chicago, IL 60616, US
Where Bridget McNally and family lived in Bridgeport fropm 1870 to 1890. Daughter Sarah married Philip Biggins here on August 26, 1875. Site now occupied by the Golden Dragon Fortune Cookie Company.
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St. Bridget's Church
2928 S. Archer Ave.
Chicago, IL, USA
1850-1990. Parish church for Dominick and Ellen Graham Foy. Also for Bridget McNally family until 1875, when All Saints parish was carved out of St. Bridget's.
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Holy Family Church
1019 S May St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Church built in 1857 by Jesuit priest Arnold Damien.
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Fort Wayne House
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Location of the Fort Wayne House from 1872 to 1878. Southwest corner of Stewart and 14th Street. Run by Maria Wittenmeier with her son-in-law George Starke.
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Fort Wayne House
1420 S Canal St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Location of the Fort Wayne House after 1878. Run by Maria Wittenmeier with her son-in-law George Starke.
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354 W. Chestnut St.
354 W Chestnut St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Thomas and Bridget Foy Rowland lived.
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858 N. Huson St.
858 N Hudson Ave
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where widow Margaret Foy Kane lived with her children Helen, John, and Joseph.
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3717 S. Parnell St.
3717 S Parnell Ave
Chicago, IL 60609, US
Where Patrick and Margaret Foy Kane lived at the time of Patrick's death in 1887. Patrick left two children and one on the way.
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430 W. Erie St.
430 W Erie St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Cornelius and Margaret Foy Conway were living in the 1880 census and the 1890 voting list. Where Bridget O'Malley Stanton was living with her children Michael and Margaret.
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113 Foster St.
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where William and Bridget O'Malley Stanton lived in 1873.
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42 E. Hubbard St.
42 E Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60611, US
John and Mary Stanton Foy lived here in 1882.
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Lakeview High School
4015 N Ashland Ave
Chicago, IL 60613, US
Where Emily Foy Biggins went to high school.
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1252 W. Webster Ave.
1252 W Webster Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where William and McCaffery Foy lived.
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2140 N. Racine Ave.
2140 N Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where Catherine McCaffery Foy lived after her husband William died in 1902.
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1624 W. Gregory St.
1624 W Gregory St
Chicago, IL 60640, US
Where Catherine McCaffery Foy lived after 1912.
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Mount Carmel Cemetery
1400 S Wolf Rd
Hillside, IL 60162, US
Where members of the Foy, Biggins, and carroll families are buried. The office is at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 1400 S. Wolf Rd., Hillside.
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St. Boniface Cemetery
4901 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60640, US
German cemetery where Starke, Wittenmeier and Meyers are buried.
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1310 W. Grace St.
1310 W Grace St
Chicago, IL 60613, US
Where George and Molly Foy Donahue lived from 1907 to 1909.
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2846 W. Washington Blvd.
2846 W Washington Blvd
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where George and Molly Foy Donahue lived from 1912 to 1915.
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744 W. California Terr.
744 W California Terrace
Chicago, IL 60657, US
Where George and Molly Foy Donahue lived from 1915 to 1917.
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1126 W. Montana St.
1126 W Montana St
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where George and Molly Foy Donahue lived in 1918.
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1131 W. Montana St.
1131 W Montana St
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where George and Molly Foy Donahue lived in 1920.
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1745 W. North Shore Ave.
1745 W North Shore Ave
Chicago, IL 60626, US
Where George and Molly Foy Donahue lived in 1930.
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St. Dominic Church
357 W Locust St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Location of St. Dominic Church carved out from Holy Name Cathedral parish in 1904. Closed in 1990.
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Holy Name Cathedral
730 N Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60611, US
Built in 1849. Destroyed in the Chicago Fire in 1871 and rebuilt in 1875.
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6527 N. Greenview Ave.
6527 N Greenview Ave
Chicago, IL 60626, US
Where Bridget Foy Rowland was living in 1936.
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4818 S. Shields Ave.
4818 S Shields Ave
Chicago, IL 60609, US
Where Leslie Biggins lived in 1893, working as an electrician.
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1893 World's Columbian Exposition
5700 S Stony Island Ave
Chicago, IL 60637, US
Entrance to the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.
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6239 S, Bishop St.
6239 S Bishop St
Chicago, IL 60636, US
Where Leslie Biggins lived with his mother in 1897.
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6025 S. Throop St.
6025 S Throop St
Chicago, IL 60636, US
Where Leslie Biggins lived in 1898.
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1104 W. 63rd St.
1104 W 63rd St
Chicago, IL 60621, US
Where Leslie Biggins lived with his parents, Philip and Sarah McNally Biggins in 1899.
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Twin Lakes
Twin Lakes, WI, US
Where Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins went on vacation with their family in 1922.
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St. Vincent College
201 Morgan Oak St
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703, US
Where Al and Richard Biggins and their cousin Vincent Donahue studied to be a Vincentian priest at the Vincentian minor seminary.
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St. Mary of the Barrens
1811 W St Joseph St
Perryville, MO 63775, US
Where Al Biggins went to the major seminary to study to be a Vincentian priest in 1928-29
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St. Juliana Church
7400 W Touhy Ave
Chicago, IL 60631, US
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Sprague School
Where Philip Biggins went to school.
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Washington Township
Washington Township, IA, US
Where James McNally owned 160 acres of land in the 1850s in Winneshiek County.
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999 S. Financial Place
999 S Financial Pl
Chicago, IL 60605, US
Where James and Bridget McNally lived from 1858 to 1870.
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St. Louis Church
899 S Financial Pl
Chicago, IL 60605, US
French parish that included many Irish. Founded in 1850. Destroyed by Chicago Fire of 1871.
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All Saints Church
Opened in 1875. Now part of St. Anthony-All Saints Church, 518 West 28th Place.
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Saints Peter and Paul Church
6 N Ellsworth St
Naperville, IL 60540, US
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1158 W. 59th St.
1158 W 59th St
Chicago, IL 60621, US
Where Philip and Sarah McNally Biggins lived in 1900 with their sons Leslie and Arthur.
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2310 W. 49th St.
2310 W 49th St
Chicago, IL 60609, US
Where Philip and Sarah McNally Biggins lived in 1901.
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2243 W. 50th St.
2243 W 50th St
Chicago, IL 60609, US
Where Philip and Sarah Mcnally Biggins lived in 1908.
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Kewanee
Kewanee, IL, US
Where Philip and Sarah McNally Biggins lived when Sarah died in 1911.
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Sycamore
Sycamore, IL, US
Where Thomas and Mary higgins Foy lived from 1861 to 1864.
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Dawson, Iowa
Dawson, IA, US
Farm where Thomas and Mary higgins Foy lived from 1878 to 1900.
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3602 S. Union Ave.
3602 S Union Ave
Chicago, IL 60609, US
Where Thomas and Mary Higgins Foy lived in 1900.
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825 N. Hudson Ave.
825 N Hudson Ave
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Margaret Foy Conway lived in 1900.
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355 W. Chicago Ave.
355 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Margaret Foy Conway lived in 1910.
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876 N. Franklin St.
876 N Franklin St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Margaret Foy Conway lived at the time of her death in 1914.
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432 W. Ontario St.
432 W Ontario St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Thomas and Bridget Foy O'Malley lived in 1880.
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440 W. Superior St.
440 W Superior St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where Bridget Foy O'Malley lived in 1900 and at the time of her death in 1902.
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400 W. Madison St.
400 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60606, US
Where Peter Biggins worked for the Chicago & North Western Railway.
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Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island, MI, US
Where Peter and Marilyn Carroll Biggins went on their honeymoon.
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400 Fairwood lane
400 Fairwood Ln
Kirkwood, MO 63122, US
Where John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins lived from 1942 to 1944.
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Sappington Rd.
N Sappington Rd
Glendale, MO 63122, US
Where John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins lived from 1941 to 1942.
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200 Parkhurst Terr.
200 Parkhurst Terrace
Webster Groves, MO 63119, US
Where John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins lived from 1946 to 1948. Son Bill was born in 1947, joining Emily, Peter, Jim, and Sarah.
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Holy Redeemer Church
17 Joy Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119, US
Where the children of John Alfred and Jane Drueke Biggins went to school from 1946 to 1948.
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Tree Court
2499 Marshall Rd
Valley Park, MO 63122, US
Swimming Pool in Valley Park, Mo.
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1426 W. Carmen Ave.
1426 W Carmen Ave
Chicago, IL 60640, US
Where widow Catherine Conway O'Brien lived with her family in 1930.
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Queen of Heaven Cemetery
1400 S Wolf Rd
Hillside, IL 60162, US
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Proviso West High School
4701 Harrison St
Hillside, IL 60162, US
Where Marilyn Carroll Biggins taught.
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Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN, US
Where Marilyun Carroll went to college from 1957 to 1961.
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4715 W. Maypole Ave.
4715 W Maypole Ave
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Where James and Charlotte McDonald Kenny lived from 1920/28 to 1948.
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2730 W. Jackson Blvd.
2730 W Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where David and Emma Starke Carroll lived from 1920/25 to 1945.
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7447 Skokie Boulevard
7447 Skokie Blvd
Skokie, IL 60077, US
Where Peter Biggins worked at Allstate Insurance Company from 1963 to 1966.
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934 W. Barry St.
934 W Barry Ave
Chicago, IL 60657, US
Where Austin and Helen Kane Minogue lived in 1930..
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1127 Lill St.
1127 W Lill Ave
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where Austine and Helen Kane Minogue lived in 1920.
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913 S. Hoyne Ave.
913 S Hoyne Ave
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where David and Emma Starke Carroll lived from 1902 to 1909.
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St. Francis of Assisi Church
813 W Roosevelt Rd
Chicago, IL 60608, US
German Catholic church opened in 1853.
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St. Charles Borromeo Church
2060 W. Roosevelt Rd
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Opened in 1885 and closed in 1968.
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2701 W. Congress St.
2701 W Congress Pkwy
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where David and Emma Starke Carroll lived from 1910 to 1917.
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Precious Blood Church
2411 W Congress Pkwy
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Opened in 1907. Closed in 1998.
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2350 W. Lake St.
2350 W Lake St
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where James and Charlotte McDonald Kenny lived from 1907 to 1908.
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St. Malachy Church
2248 W Washington Blvd
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Opened in 1882.
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4744 W. Maypole Ave.
4744 W Maypole Ave
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Where James and Charlotte McDonald Kenny lived after 1908.
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St. Thomas Aquinas Church
5112 W Washington Blvd
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Opened in 1909. Closed in 1998.
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524 Michigan Ave.
524 Michigan Ave
Evanston, IL 60202, US
Where Henrietta Kenny Carroll lived from 1967 to 1970.
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307 Ridge Road
307 Ridge Rd
Wilmette, IL 60091, US
Where Henrietta Kenny Carroll lived in 1970.
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1634 W. 14th St.
1634 W 14th St
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived from 1880 to 1888.
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1627 W. Hastings St.
1627 W Hastings St
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived from 1890 to 1893.
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1538 W. 14th St.
1538 W 14th St
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived from 1893 to 1894/97.
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27th Precinct
120 N Desplaines St
Chicago, IL 60661, US
Headquarters of the 27th Precinct, where David Carroll was a Chicago policeman.
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1129 S. Wood St.
1129 S Wood St
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived in 1897.
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1419 S. Ashland Avenue
1419 S Ashland Ave
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived from 1898 to 1901.
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1801 W. Taylor St.
1801 W Taylor St
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived from 1899 to 1901.
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1653 W. 14th Place
1653 W 14th Pl
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived from 1901 to 1902.
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2146 W. 13th Street
2146 W 13th St
Chicago, IL 60608, US
Where Edward and Catherine Higgins Carroll lived in 1906 when Edward died.
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336 S. Homan Avenue
336 S Homan Ave
Chicago, IL 60624, US
Apartment building purchased by David and Emma Starke Carroll in 1923.
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734 N. Wells St.
734 N Wells St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where George Starke lived in 1865.
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832 W. Adams St.
832 W Adams St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where George Starke lived from 1865 to 1867.
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872 S. Plymouth Court
872 S Plymouth Ct
Chicago, IL 60605, US
Where George Starke lived from 1867 to 1868.
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951 N. Wells St.
951 N Wells St
Chicago, IL 60610, US
Where George Starke lived from 1868 to 1870.
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Fort Wayne House
112 N Canal St
Chicago, IL 60661, US
Where the Fort Wayne House was from 1862 to 1867.
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Burley & Tyrell
Wholesalers of china, glass, and queensware. Where Sarah McNally worked at the time of her marriage to Philip Biggins in 1875.
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2511 W. Lake St.
2511 W Lake St
Chicago, I.L. 60612, US
Where James and Mary Hartigan Kenny lived from 1871/79 to 1880/84.
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St. Jarlath Church
1713 W Jackson Blvd
Chicago, I.L. 60612, US
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253 N. Maplewood Ave.
253 N Maplewood Ave
Chicago, I.L. 60612, US
Where James and Mary Flannery Kenny lived from 1880/84 to sometime after 1923.
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Browntown, Wisconsin
Browntown, WI, US
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2427 W. Fulton St.
2427 W Fulton St
Chicago, I.L. 60612, US
Where Charles and Lillian McDonald Hill lived in 1910.
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Pell Lake, Wisconsin
Pell Lake, WI, US
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St. Vincent de Paul Center
2145 N Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60614, US
Where Emily Foy Biggins was a member of the DePaul Settlement Club starting in 1915
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621 Taylor Street
621 Taylor St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Edward Fitzgerald (later Foy) lived with his widowed mother and sister in 1866 (175 Taylor before 1909).
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301 W. Madison Street
301 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60606, US
Where Eddie Foy lived in 1870 and 1871 (236 Madison before 1909).
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187 W. Madison St.
187 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60602, US
Where Ellen Fitzgerald, mother of comedic actor Eddie Foy, lived in 1869 (186 Madison before 1911).
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617 W. Grenshaw St.
617 W Grenshaw St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Eddie Fitzgerald lived in 1865 with his widowed mother Ellen (102 Bunker before 1909). Street name changed from Bunker to Grenshaw in 1936.
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St. Patrick's Church
700 W Adams St
Chicago, IL 60661, US
First English-speaking Catholic church in Chicago, founded in 1846. Missed by the Great Fire in 1871.
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Old St. Mary's Church
Location before the Chicago Fire of 1871.
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Old St. Mary's Church
Location after the Chicago Fire of 1871. Where Emily Foy received her First Communion in 1886.
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3423 N. Janssen Ave.
3423 N Janssen Ave
Chicago, IL 60657, US
Where Leslie and Emily Foy Biggins lived when Emily Maria was born in March 1905.
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421 S. Peoria St.
421 S Peoria St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Kate Flannery worked as a servant in the 1880 census (212 S. Peoria before 1909). Kate was a witness at the marriage of James Kenny and Mary Flannery in 1979.
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Little Sisters of the Poor
5148 S Prairie Ave
Chicago, IL 60615, US
Where Mary Flannery Kenny was living at the time of her death in 1936.
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252 N. Western Ave.
252 N Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where John and Winifred Murray McGuire lived when their daughter Helen was born.
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5643 Maplewood
5643 N Maplewood Ave
Chicago, IL 60659, US
Where Thomas Carroll lived in 1966.
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Loop Station Post Office
219 S Clark St
Chicago, IL 60604, US
Where hangs 15' x 5' mural painted in 1938 by Gustaf Dalstrom, entitled "Great Indian Council, Chicago—1833"
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220 N. Leclaire Ave.
220 N Leclaire Ave
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Where James and Charlotte McDonald Kenny and their daughter Henrietta lived for awhile.
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St. Mary's Church
175 E Illinois Rd
Lake Forest, IL 60045, US
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St. Patrick's Church
710 W Marion St
Joliet, IL 60436, US
Where Patrick and Bridget Biggins were parishioners before St. Dennis opened in Lockport.
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311 S. Green
311 S Green St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1894.
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303 S. Halsted St.
303 S Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60661, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1897.
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1054 W. Harrison St.
1054 W Harrison St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1898.
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3359 N. Seminary St.
3359 N Seminary Ave
Chicago, IL 60657, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1899.
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807 S. Loomis St.
807 S Loomis St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1900.
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1434 W. Harrison Street
1434 W Harrison St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1901.
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1423 W. Harrison Street
1423 W Harrison St
Chicago, IL 60607, US
Where Cris Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1903.
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1732 W. Superior Street
1732 W Superior St
Chicago, IL 60622, US
Where Cris J. Smith was living in 1910.
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323 S. Richmond Street
323 S Richmond St
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where Cris and Mary Smith were living in 1913-1920
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706 S. Sacramento Boulevard
706 S Sacramento Blvd
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where Cris J. Smith, musician, was living in 1923.
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3620 E. 60th Street
3620 E 60th St
Kansas City, MO 64130, US
Where Cris J. Smith was lving in 1930-1931.
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18 W. 73rd Terrace
18 W 73rd Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64114, US
Where Cris J. Smith was living in 1932.
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2340 S. Princeton Ave.
2340 S Princeton Ave
Chicago, IL 60616, US
Where Cris J. Smith, musician, and wife Mary Hauser Smith lived in 1895.
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Ryan Field (Dyche Stadium)
Where Northwestern Univerity plays football.
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1454 Milwaukee Avenue
1454 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622, US
Where widow Margaret Powell Carroll was living in 1910 with her children Eleanor, James, Mary, and Thomas.
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7138 S. Bennett Avenue
7138 S Bennett Ave
Chicago, IL 60649, US
Where Ann Gaffey Biggins lived with her daughter Maggie Gaffey Rowe and her husband Clarence Rowe.
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Our Lady of Sorrows
3121 W Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL 60612, US
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2730 Gladys Ave,
2730 W Gladys Ave
Chicago, IL 60612, US
Where Jimmy Hennessy grew up.
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The Links at Carillon
S Carillon Dr
Plainfield, IL 60544, US
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Runyon Forest Preserve
Runyon County Forest Preserve
Lockport, IL 60441, US
Where Armstead Runyon settled around 1830. Patrick and Bridget Biggins moved to the area from Ontario, Canada, between 1835 and 1838.
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Gaylord Building
200 W 8th St
Lockport, IL 60441, US
Visitor center for the Illinois-Michigan Canal. Built in 1838 to store canal construction materials.
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Illinois-Michigan Canal Office
803 S State St
Lockport, IL 60441, US
Built in 1837. Patrick and Bridget Biggins moved to the area from Ontario, Canada, between 1835 and 1838. Office is now a museum of the Will County Historical Society.
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165 N. Pine Ave.
165 N Pine Ave
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Where Edward and Catherine Carroll Hennessy were living in the 1930 census.
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3329 E. 1st Street
3329 E 1st St N
Sedgwick, KS 67208, US
Where Cris Smith lived in 1928 with his son Karl and family.
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Des Plaines River
On the route of French explorers Father Marquette and Louis Joliet during their exploration of the area between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River in 1673.
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West End Theatre
121 N Cicero Ave
Chicago, IL 60644, US
Opened in 1916, closed in the 1950s, and demolished in about 1965. A 1921 weekly program was handed down by the James and Charlotte Mae McDonald Kenny family, who lived nearby then at 220 N. Leclaire Ave., then 4715 W. Maypole Ave. Daughter Bunny was 14 in 1921.
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Wrigley Field
Built in 1914, the same year as the Foy Apartments two blocks north. Originally called Weeghman Park, then Cubs Park in 1919, then Wrigley Field in 1927. The Cubs first played there in 1916.
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6419 N. Magnolia Ave.
6419 N Magnolia Ave
Chicago, IL 60626, US
Where widow Catherine Foy and her two children, John and Alice, lived in the 1940 census.