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Jennie <I>Marshall</I> Cormack

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Jennie Marshall Cormack

Birth
Death
3 Mar 1900 (aged 39–40)
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Burial
Charter Grove, DeKalb County, Illinois, USA Add to Map
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Mrs. Jennie Marshall-Cormack.
The death of Mrs. Jennie Marshall-
Cormack at the Presbyterian hospital in
Chicago on Saturday night last was a
sad blow to her parents, husband and
friends.
She had been ill only about two
weeks, previous to which time her
health had been good. The cause of
her death was septicemia.
Mrs. Cormack was a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Marshall and grew to
womanhood on the farm northeast of
Sycamore. She married Rev. J. M.
Cormack, who is pastor of the M. E.
church at Wasco, 111. To them were
born two sons, the eldest four years and
the youngest two weeks of age, whom,
with the husband, her parents, one
sister and three brothers survive her
early death.
The remains arrived in Sycamore
Monday at 12:55 and were immediately
taken to the home. The funeral was
held on Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the
Charter Grove church and the remains
were interred in Charter Grove cemetery.
Mrs. Cromack was 40 years of age.
She was a beautiful woman-both in
disposition and character and her death
has taken one who will be greatly missed
in the community where she lived as
well as in her childhood home.

Sycamore True Republican
Wednesday, March 07, 1900
Page: 1
Mrs. Jennie Marshall-Cormack.
The death of Mrs. Jennie Marshall-
Cormack at the Presbyterian hospital in
Chicago on Saturday night last was a
sad blow to her parents, husband and
friends.
She had been ill only about two
weeks, previous to which time her
health had been good. The cause of
her death was septicemia.
Mrs. Cormack was a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Marshall and grew to
womanhood on the farm northeast of
Sycamore. She married Rev. J. M.
Cormack, who is pastor of the M. E.
church at Wasco, 111. To them were
born two sons, the eldest four years and
the youngest two weeks of age, whom,
with the husband, her parents, one
sister and three brothers survive her
early death.
The remains arrived in Sycamore
Monday at 12:55 and were immediately
taken to the home. The funeral was
held on Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the
Charter Grove church and the remains
were interred in Charter Grove cemetery.
Mrs. Cromack was 40 years of age.
She was a beautiful woman-both in
disposition and character and her death
has taken one who will be greatly missed
in the community where she lived as
well as in her childhood home.

Sycamore True Republican
Wednesday, March 07, 1900
Page: 1


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