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November, 1941

loose clipping, source unknown 6 November 1941
Horace G. Gerry lies in state at White and Tobin funeral home. Service there Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Rev J. W. F. Davies officiating. Burial Millburn Cemetery.

From a loose obituary, source unknown 19 November 1941
Miss C. S. White, 71, School Teacher, Dies
Miss Cora Sarah White, 71, Loon Lake, died Monday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Fox, Cornell, Wis. She was a daughter of the late Andrew T. White and Jane Hughes White, Grayslake, both of pioneer families of Lake county. She had taught at many schools in the county including Andrew Cooke and the old South school.
The body rests at White and Tobin funeral home. Services will be conducted by the Rev. J. W. F. Davies, First Congregational church, at the funeral home Friday at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Oakland cemetery, Loon Lake.
A graduate of the Loon Lake school, she was graduated from the Dixon Normal school in 1893. Until 1897 she taught in Lake county rural schools. From 1903-09 she taught in North Chicago; then in Highland park until she came to Waukegan. She retired in 1920.
She is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Aletha Knigge, Chicago; and Mrs. Mary Jane McIntosh, Joliet; and among other cousins, three in Waukegan, Mrs. Frank Kennedy, 926 Grove st.; Mrs. Charles Harrison, 17 Edison ct.; and Lloyd J. White, 225 Ridgeland ave., and in Zion, David Pullen.
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