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Obits > 1901 - William H Hackett


Dec. 17, 1901
Page 6, 1-2
Another Veteran of the Civil War Passed to His Reward
William H. Hacket [sic] died at his home on East Fifth street Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock after a very long and severe illness. He has been afflicted for several years with **** ***** which was the cause of his death. The funeral services were held at the **** this morning at the ***** *** where a number of relatives and friends present and **** ***  ****** of the services. The remains were returned to Tampico ***** *** and to

William H Hackett ***** [can not decipher]***********
***** *********
He returned to Tampico after the war and was married to Miss Hattie Britt in 1873 [see IL State Archives/Marriages]
two daughter and six sons were born to them, a son and a daughter having died. Those mourning the *** of his death are: the daughter, Mrs. R. E. Richardson of Chicago and the sons, E. L. Hacket of What Cheer, Ia. and Asel*******
He ahd been employed by **** **** Tampico and ********** *******
He was one of those men who **********ly much better than he seemed. and hsi death will be sincerely *****ed by his beloved children. The sympathy of all is extended to them in their grief.

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Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763–1900
Groom                    Bride           Date     Vol./Page License No.     County
HACKETT, WILLIAM     BRITT, HARRIET L 873-02-08        /   00003286    WHITESIDE     

From CEMETERY Tampico Memorial Sect J



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