Newspaper Clippings for
loose obituary, source unknown 29 July 1959
Carl J. Chope
Carl J. Chope, 69, of 907 Keith Ave., operator of the Waukegan
Riding Stables, died at 3:35 A.M. Victory Memorial Hospital.
Born May 18, 1890, at Millburn, Mr. Chope lived in Lake County
all his life and in Waukegan for the past 13 years. He had been a
farmer in Millburn and had operated livestock sales barns in
Grasylake and in Trevor, Wis. For the past 25 years he operated
the riding stables at Golf road and Jackson street, recently
moving them to McAree and Holdridge roads.
Surviving are his widow, Irene; a daughter, Phyliss Chope of
Waukegan; a brother, Daniel of Millburn; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel
Shea of Waukegan and Mrs. Irene Schwicht of Lake Villa; and
his mother, Mrs. Mary Chope of Lake Villa.
Arrangements are pending at the Strang Funeral Home, 1055 Main
from the Waukegan News-Sun Obituaries 29 July 1959
Last Of Browe Girls,
Elizabeth, 95, Dies
RUSSELL - Miss Elizabeth L. Browe, 95 of Box 27, Kilbourne road,
died late Saturday in Victory Memorial Hospital, Waukegan, after a two
Born Aug. 26, 1864 in Wadsworth, she had been a lifetime resident
of the area. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Browe, who had
come from New Jersey to Lake County, she was the youngest of four children.
The others were Sarah, George and Mary. One sister was a teacher for many
years at old Browe School, located on the Browe farm. Miss Browe was a
member of Christ Episcopal Church, Waukegan.
She leaves no survivors.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady Chapel,
Christ Episcopal Church, 410 Grand Ave., Waukegan, with the Rev. Robert E.
Savage, rector, officiating. Burial will be in Millburn Cemetery, Millburn.
Friends may call at the funeral home, 408 N. Sheridan Rd., Waukegan, after
7 p.m. today.