|Birth: ||Jul. 25, 1895|
|Death: ||Jun. 1, 1963|
Private, Company F, 360th Infantry, 90th Division. Son of Mark and Della Abbott. Entered the service April 30, 1918 at Galesburg; to Camp Dodge; wounded at Toul front, France, September 26, 1918; in the service 10 months; discharged March 1, 1919.
Franz Abbott, 67, of 1755 Florence Ave, died today at 10 AM in St. Mary's Hospital, where he was admitted Friday. He was a veteran of World War I. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Foley Mortuary.
GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL: JUNE 1, 1963
ACCIDENTAL FALL RESULTED IN FATAL INJURIES
An accidental fall from a platform at the rear of the Square Inn, 63 Public Square, Friday shortly after 7 PM, caused head injuries which were fatal to Franz Abbott, 67, of 1755 Florence Ave, a coroner's jury ruled Monday night. An inquest into Abbott's death, which took place Saturday at 10 AM, in St. Mary's Hospital, was conducted at the Foley Mortuary by Dr. Richard H Bick, deputy Knox County coroner.
Testimony at the inquest was by Det. Jesse Moss, Jr, who with Officer Kenneth Harding conducted an investigation. Abbott apparently had gone to the rear platform to await a taxicab, which had been called to take him to his residence. The officers' investigation disclosed no evidence of foul play, Moss stated.
GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL: JUNE 4, 1963
Funeral services for Franz G Abbott, 67, of 1755 Florence Ave, who died Saturday, were held Tuesday at 1 PM in the Foley Mortuary, Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. Mrs. Rose Gravino was pianist. Burial was in Silent Home Cemetery at Cameron.
GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL: JUNE 5, 1963
Silent Home Cemetery
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