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BURIED IN ST. MARYS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Catherine Langan d. Feb. 27, 1894
Thomas Langan, d. Jan. 6, 1868/88?

STERLING GAZETTE INDEX ONLINE
Name  Description    Issue Date Page # Column #

Langan, Katherine (Thomas)     obituary     2 March 1894;Standard;5;2

Langan, Katherine Mrs.     obituary     8 March 1894;wStandard;11;3

Connell, Elizabeth Mae Langan (John)     obituary     24 May 1932;11;8

STERLING NEWSPAPERS ONLINE (actual newspaper articles online, not an index)
Sterling Gazette, Sterling, IL
p8
Jan. 6, 1893
Miss Lizzie Langan and John Connell
were united in the holy bonds of matrimony
at St. Mary's church in Tampico, Sunday,
1 January first, the Rev. A. Goulett officiating.
The groom is an industrious young farmer
 of Hahnaman, and the bride a Tery estimable
young lady. John may well feel proud
of his Christinas gift.

STERLING STANDARD
April 2, 1891
P3
Marriage Licenses:
Martin E. Langan and Mary T. McGuire, Hahnaman.

STERLING EVENING GAZETTE
Sept. 25, 1889
P4
(Gossip Column)
We hear Mr. James Langan has entered into a suit of divorce with his wife.

STERLING STERLING STANDARD
Jan 8, 1891, P5
DEER GROVE
Mrs. Lizzie Langan has returned from Dixon, where she has been visiting the past week.

STERLING EVENING GAZETTE
Feb. 28, 1889
P3
REAL ESTATE TRANFERS:
James H. Langan to Chas H. Thomas and in Montmorency, $2169.40

STERLING STANDARD, STERLING, IL
Dec. 7, 1906, P4
John Connell was called suddenly away Monday by the illness of his mother, Mrs. Connell of Sterling.

STERLING DAILY GAZETTE
April 17, 1951
P2
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. CONNELL
Funeral services for Mrs. Cornelius Connell were conducted Saturday at 8:30 a.m. from the Trouth Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's church where a requiem mass was sung by Rev. Francis McDonnell who also officiated at committal services in St. Mary's cemetery in Tampico.

Pall bearers were Connie Nichol, George Steder, Harry Steder, James Connell, Tim Connell and Harold Connell.

STERLING EVENING GAZETTE
Aug. 3, 1896
P8
John Connell and wife of Dorchester, Neb., were guests at the Randolph Saturday night.

STERLING STANDARD, STERLING, IL
April 7, 1898, P5
TOWN ELECTION
(# of votes)
Hahnaman
COMMISSIONER - Henry Potts, Sr., 76; T. S. Stroud, 23; John Connell, 71

TAMPICO TORNADO
Saturday, March 3, 1894
Pg 2;2
The funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Thomas Langon were held at the Catholic church of this place last Wednesday, and the remains we interred in the Catholic cemetery.

The Sterling Gazette may have a more in depth obituary for Mrs. T. Langan. The above was buried in a "gossip column" of the Tampico Tornado newspaper.

Cornelius J. Connell, 77, passed away at his home in Jordan Township at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The remains were brought to the Trouth Funeral Home where friends may call up to the time of the funeral which will be held Saturday morning at 10 at the funeral home and at 10:30 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Sterling. Interment will be in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Tampico. Cornelius J. Connell was born in Harmon Township in 1870 and was married to Miss Anna Callahan in 1896 at Schaler, Iowa. He was a farmer by occupation and lived his entire life in this community, the last 31 years in Jordan Township. He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Agnes Tobin of Long Grove, Iowa, and four grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Theresa Mason and two brothers, John and Timothy. He was preceded by three sisters, two brother and two children who died in infancy. Mr. Connell was a member of St. Mary Holy Name Society.
Contributed by Melva L. Taylor - The Sterling Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois November 20, 1947 - Thursday, pg 2
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