Virgil Bollinger

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Virgil Bollinger - SYCAMORE MAN 7 PASSED I- AWAY s Home at Virgit...
SYCAMORE MAN 7 PASSED I- AWAY s Home at Virgit Bollinger Died at Hi An arly Hour Thji Morning. VirKil Boinrisrefl died at his homd 319. East Klin slrct t this mornihg after an illness of eight Veeks.VirsM Bollinger was the son of William and MarylBol linger and was -born- in 4lface raine, France October 16, jS50. He came to America years of age and settled w enta on a farm near Burlington, where he lired untilj November 12, 18G1. He then came to Sycamore to learn the wajron and carriage trade time was a partner with Schnld but for many yea ducted his own business alone. For merlv on the corner of SoinOiiauk and Lor- when six th his par- land at one Richard & has con- Elm streets and later at his California and Elm streets! Mr. Boliiner has served man from the first war j M three time arid was offered the" mayor ship of Sycamore: several times but would not accept it. lie was married In Sycamore, June 12, 1ST? to Miss Mary Snfiith and: to them were born four chi shop on as aider- this city di en. - -F: lor- :o daugh- brothers ence. le and Mary ( deceased) find Irene V., who conducts tli parlors! in this city and Florence K., a teacher; 'in thej Evanston public schools. . Besides" hi widow and ters, he is siirvi ved by tfirpe Amil, Frank jand John Bdllihger and four sisters, Mrs. Edward : Stutenroth, Mrs. T. J. Ropin, Mrs. Mary Scott and Mias Clara Bollinger all if-esjdehts cf Sycamore. - j . The funeral vil occur op Friday afternoon at the home at-2f ad and the interment will ,br in Elmkopd cemetery. Mr. !!!: inner was a miembeT of one of our pr families and many friends! mluent and I w till known missei: iri this eitj. by

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 27 Mar 1912, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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