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William Wallace Wood
(1835-1913)
Cleora Esther Edgerton
(1837-1930)
Benjamin Franklin Lindsay
(1838-1901)
Catherine Frances Wiswell
(1846-1918)
Harvey Edgerton Wood
(1876-1947)
Blanche Catherine Lindsay
(1876-1968)

Frances L. Wood
(1905-1994)

 

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Ingram Montgomery Irving

Frances L. Wood 186

  • Born: 27 November 1905, Illinois 187
  • Marriage: Ingram Montgomery Irving after 1940
  • Died: 14 November 1994, Joliet, Will County, Illinois at St. Joseph's Hospital at age 88 187,188
  • Buried: 17 November 1994, Joliet, Will County, Illinois at Elmhurst Cemetery 187,188
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Herald News
Joliet, Illinois
November 16, 1994

FRANCES IRVING (nee WOOD)


Of Joliet at Saint Joseph Medical Center, Monday, November 14, 1994, age 88 years.

Survived by numerous cousins. Preceded in death by her husband, Ingram M. (Monty) Irving in 1976; her parents, Blanche and Harvey Wood and a brother, Warren L. Wood, former Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives.

Member of Joliet Universalist Unitarian Church, Louis Joliet Chapter of D.A.R., Marguerite Chapter #187, O.E.S.; J.A.T.O.E. and C.A.T.O.E. (Joliet and Chicago Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts) and a Gold Card Member of Joliet Federation of Musicians. She was the Rialto Theatre Organist for many years beginning in 1928.

Friends may meet at the Elmhurst Cemetery Chapel on Thursday, November 17 at 10 a.m. for services. Rev. Edwin Moreano officiating. Memorials to Knight Templar Home in Paxton, IL will be appreciated. No visitation.

CARSON FUNERAL HOME
Youngs near Cass St. 723-0651

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She appeared on the census in 1910 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. She lived in the household of her parents.

She appeared on the census in 1920 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. She lived in the household of her parents.

She appeared on the census in 1930 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. She lived in the household of her parents.

She appeared on the census in 1940 at 717 Oneida Street in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. She lived in the household of her parents.

She was a member of the Joliet Universalist Unitarian Church, Louis Joliet Chapter of D.A.R., Marguerite Chapter #187, O.E.S., J.A.T.O.E. and C.A.T.O.E. (Joliet and Chicago Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts) and a gold card member of Joliet Federation of Musicians.



Her funeral was held at Elmhurst Cemetery Chapel with Rev. Edwin Moreano officiating 17 November 1994 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois. There was no visitation. Memorials to Knight Templar Home in Paxton, Illinois were appreciated.


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Frances married Ingram Montgomery Irving, son of Dr. James Ingram Montgomery Irving and Ella Elizabeth Kellogg, after 1940. (Ingram Montgomery Irving was born 11 March 1913 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois,189,190,191 died 14 October 1976 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois at St. Joseph's Hospital 185,188,190,192 and was buried 16 October 1976 in Joliet, Will County, Illinois at Elmhurst Cemetery 185,188,190,192.)




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