Dr. James Ingram Montgomery Irving
(1877-1932)
Ella Elizabeth Kellogg
(1873-1931)
Ingram Montgomery Irving
(1913-1976)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Frances L. Wood

Ingram Montgomery Irving 188

  • Born: 11 March 1913, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois 190,191,192
  • Marriage: Frances L. Wood after 1940
  • Died: 14 October 1976, Joliet, Will County, Illinois at St. Joseph's Hospital at age 63 185,188,190,192
  • Buried: 16 October 1976, Joliet, Will County, Illinois at Elmhurst Cemetery 185,188,190,192

bullet   Another name for Ingram was "Monty."

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Herald News
Joliet, Illinois
Friday, October 15, 1976
p. 27

INGRAM MONTGOMERY (Monty) IRVING -
of 717 Oneida St., at Saint Joseph Hospital, Thursday, October 14, 1976. Age 63 years.

Survived by his wife Frances, nee Wood.

Born in Chicago, has lived in Joliet the past 35 years. Was employed by the Western Electric Co. in Montgomery, Illinois, was very active in Masonic activities, serving as organist for several organizations.

Funeral services will be held at the Carlson Funeral Home, Youngs near Cass St., Saturday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. Dr. John Q. Parkhurst officiating. Interment Elmhurst Cemetery.

Member of Universalist Church, Matteson Lodge No. 175 AF & AM, Joliet Chapter No. 27 RAM (past high priest), Joliet Council No. 82 R&SM (past TIM), Joliet Commandary No. 4, KT, York Wright Collage No. 15, Musicians Union Local No. 37.

Memorials to the Knights Templar Home, Paxton, Illinois. No visitation.

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He appeared on the census in 1920 in Abingdon, Mercer County, Illinois. He lived in the household of his parents.

He appeared on the census in 1930 in Lyons, Ionia County, Michigan. He lived in the household of his parents.

He appeared on the census in 1940 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. He was a lodger in the Y.M.C.A.

He had a residence in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. He was a resident for 35 years.

He was employed by the Western Electric Co. in Montgomery, Illinois.

He was a member of the Universalist Church, Matteson Lodge No. 175 AF&AM, Joliet Chapter No. 27 RAM (past high priest), Joliet Council No. 82 R&SM (past TIM), Joliet Commandary No. 4, KT, York Wright Collage No. 15, and Musicians Union Local No. 37.



His funeral was held at Carlson Funeral Home (Youngs near Cass St.) with Dr. John Q. Parkhurst officiating 16 October 1976 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. Memorials sent to Knights Templar Home Paxton, Illinois. No visitation.


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Ingram married Frances L. Wood, daughter of Harvey Edgerton Wood and Blanche Catherine Lindsay, after 1940. (Frances L. Wood was born 27 November 1905 in Illinois,187 died 14 November 1994 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois at St. Joseph's Hospital 187,188 and was buried 17 November 1994 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois at Elmhurst Cemetery 187,188.)




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