Captain in the 3rd IL Provisional Regiment, Captain of Chicago Zouaves.
Obituary: Chicago Tribune (IL) - June 01, 1941
F. Louis Huguelet, a retired tea and coffee merchant, died yesterday in his home at 1254 East Walter street, Northbrook. He was 73 years old. He was a former clerk of Northfield township, and a former secretary of the Northbrook Civic association. Mr. Huguelet was a captain in the 3d Illinois provisional regiment during the Spanish-American war and a captain in the old Chicago Zouaves. The funeral will be held from his home at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday to St. Norbert's Catholic church. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery. He leaves his widow, Theresa; three sons, and two daughters.
Chicago Tribune (IL) - June 02, 1941
F. Louis Huguelet, May 31, 1940, beloved husband of Theresa, father of Louis E., John E., Adalbert, Angeline Bolsinger and Rosalie McGuire, brother of Emil Adam, Frank, Charles, Joseph, Anna Sink, Barbara Marschall, and the late Celestine. Member of La Salle assembly K. of C. and Royal league. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., from residence, 1254 Walter avenue Northbrook, Ill., to St. Norbert's church, Techny, Ill. Interment St. Mary's. Pittsburgh papers please copy.
Theresa Marie Ebert Huguelet
Gravesite Details Note: It is not clear if burial is in St. Mary Cemetery in Evergreen Park, where his wife is buried, or St. Mary Cemetery in Northbrook, Illinois, where his service was held and where he died.
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