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Denise
65 posts
Jun 13, 2004
8:02 AM
Doea anyone have any information on Harriet Drew of Wayne H. Moore (born late 1890's, died 1976 and 1982). They were my grandparents and were born in either Tampico or very close by. Harriet was a schoolteacher for a short time, but I am not sure where. Thank you, Peter Lynch peter_lynch@comcast.net

Posted by Peter Lynch on June 12, 2004
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Administrator
Denise
66 posts
Jun 14, 2004
12:58 PM
Peter,
The following was posted by your original post in the "Guest Book"
JAMES DREW : A prayer service for James C. Drew, 89, was held at 9:30 a.m. today in the Grennan and Son Funeral Home fllowed by a requiem mass at 10 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic Church which was offered by the Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas S. Green. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. A resident for the past several years of St. Joseph's Home in Freeport, James C. Drew passed away at 1:15 p.m. Saturday in St. Francis Hospital in Freeport. He was born on June 13, 1874 in Tampico and had resided and farmed in that vicinity most of his life. His parents were the John Drews. He was the last of him immediate family, having been preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and two sisters. Among the survivors are thre nieces, Mrs. Francis McCarthy, Clinton, Iowa, Mrs. Avis Conard, Sterling and Miss Gladys McGrath, Sterling. Pallbearers were Harry Keefe, John J. Cooney, James L. Bradley, Hugh J. Hermes, Wesley Broers, and James Miller. http://www.iltrails.org/whiteside/obitD.html#jd625

Posted by Anonymous on June 13, 2004

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Denise, Tampico Area Historical Society
Administrator
Denise
67 posts
Jun 24, 2004
12:09 PM
1930 Census
Name Home in 1930 (City,County,State) Age in 1930 Estimated Birth Year

Birthplace Race Relation to head-of-house

Wayne H Moore Chicago, Cook, IL 32 1897 Illinois White Head
West 83rd Street. Chicago, Cook, IL
Head of House: Wayne, rented home, $85/mo., had a radio, married, age 32, age at first marriage =23, born in IL, Father born in KY, Mother born in KY, occupation = Accountant/Meat Packing, Veteran
Wife: Harriet, age 31y, age at first marriage = 22, She and parents born in IL
Son: James (cannot make out middle initial - Y?Z?S?), age 2y 11mo, born in IL
Daughter: Eileen, age 4mo(?), born in IL
Servant: Mary Faulkner, born in TN

Historical Newspapers Dixon Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois)1947 January 7
Wayne Moore listed as living in Amboy twp.

Another article, dated Dixon Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois) 1947 April 24, references Wayne Moore FROM CHICAGO, owning property in Amboy.
HEADLINES READ . . .
Fraud in Transfer of Real Estate is Alleged in Action
Suite started in Circuit Court Here - Asks Damages of $2,740
(Headlines were not referencing W Moore) . . .
Meanwhile, in Circuit court this morning, Judge George Testimoney concerning ownership of property on a farm north of Amboy, involving Wayne Moore, Chicago, owner of the farm, and Sylvester Haefner, former tenant of the farm, was presented in court.
Moore is represented by Atty. H.C. Warner. Haefner by Edward Sullivan, Amboy.

Historical Newspapers Dixon Evening Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois) 1955 November 8
FIVE HIGHEST PRODUCING HERDS
#4. Franklin Hass & Wayne Moore, owners; 31 grade Holsteins, 1 dry; herd
average 974 lbs. milk; 32.8 lbs. of fat.

SSDI
Social Security Death Index (possibly your W Moore)
Wayne Moore 6 Jul 1897 Oct 1977 Chicago, Cook, Illinois Illinois (Before 1951 ) 322-01-7950

Social Security Death Index
Viewing records 1-7 of 7 matches for:
Harriet Moore in Illinois
Name Birth Date Death Date Last Residence CITY,County,State) Issued SSN

Harriet L. Moore 22 Nov 1940 26 Mar 1994 Chicago, Cook, Illinois Virginia (1958 ) 224-54-0894

Harriet Moore 6 Jan 1891 Dec 1969 Morrison, Whiteside, Illinois West Virginia (Before 1951 ) 235-24-9812
(NOTE: MORRISON IS NOT FAR FROM TAMPICO)

Harriet E. Moore 5 Jan 1910 21 Feb 1996 Butler, De Kalb, Indiana Illinois (Before 1951 ) 321-14-2610
Harriet Moore 24 Nov 1891 Jun 1964 Milford, Iroquois, Illinois Illinois (Before 1951 ) 344-07-1811
Harriet Moore 23 Sep 1891 Jan 1968 Forest Park, Cook, Illinois Illinois (Before 1951 ) 345-10-0400
Harriet Moore 7 Jun 1921 27 Feb 1996 Carlinville, Macoupin, Illinois Missouri (1952-1953 ) 494-38-6279
Harriet Moore 22 Apr 1899 Dec 1979 California (1962 ) 551-68-2463

Historical Newspapers Dixon Evening Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois) 1948 November 5
St. James Society Has Luncheon and Meet at Bothes
(reference to Harriet Moore reading poems)

Description and Source:
Description:
The Dixon Evening Telegraph newspaper was located in Dixon, Illinois. Check the local library or historical society in the area in which your ancestors lived for more information about other available newspapers.

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Dixon Evening Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois). [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2003. Original data: Database created from microfilm copies of the newspaper.

Historical Newspapers Dixon Evening Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois) 1947 March 15
ST JAMES SOCIETY GIVES PRAYERS FOR INDIA: HEARS TALK
Mrs. John Moore was hostess to members of the Women's Missionary Society of St. James church Thursday afternoon. Sentence prayers for India were given and Mrs. Lillian Shippert, Mrs. Edna Topper, Mrs. Harriet Moore and Mrs. Nada Burket reported on a group of magazine articles.

Mrs. Topper gave a report on the book, "India at the Threshold" and Mrs. Madge Barlow gave a reading on "Why Women Wear Hats" - Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting.

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Denise, Tampico Area Historical Society

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