Charles Dyer Rich

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Personal and Family Information

Charles was born on 11 JUL 1865 in Illinois, the son of Arthur Draper Rich and Esther Tennant Dyckman.

He died on 17 JAN 1897 in Longwood, Cook County, Illinois.[Note 2]

His wife was Mabel B Kellogg, who he married on 9 Oct 1890 in Longwood, Cook County, Illinois. Their two known children were John Kellogg (1891-1891) and John Arthur Kellogg (1893-1974).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Charles Dyer Rich
(1865-1897)

 

Arthur Draper Rich
(1827-1900)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Esther Tennant Dyckman
(1834-1924)

 

Evert B Dyckman
(1799-1881)

   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth11 JUL 1865
Place: Illinois
Address: ancestry.com/tree/
Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
Source: Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County

Death17 JAN 1897
Place: Longwood, Cook County, Illinois
Age: 31y 6m 9d
Address: Longwood, Ill Phthisis Puluronalis--Department of Health: City of chicago also found in Cook County Death Index
See Note 2
Census1 JUL 1870
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Age: 4
Address: Ward 4, dwelling 951 with parents and 5 brothers
Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County
Source: Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County

Census26 AUG 1880
Place: Cook County, Illinois
Age: 15
Address: Englewood, ED198, Howard Street near 64th Street Dwelling 81, family 84 wtih parents, 7 brother, and 1 sisterr
Cause: 1880 census of US
Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
Source: Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County

Burial19 JAN 1890
Place: Mt Greenwood Cem, Chicago, Illinois
Age: 31 yrs
Address: Mt Greenwood Cemetary, Chicago Record # 5934 Lot 252 sec 23 row 1E S or W. Line 13 25 S on E Line 13 25
Agency: Dept of Heathl:City of Chicago
Dwg-Mount Greenwood Cemetery arrangemt
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Notes

Note 1

from 1981 conversation with Sally Rich: John L Kellogg studied or taught medicine to Charles Rich and later introduced his youngest daughter Mabel to Dr Charles Rich.

Charles contracted TB, continued to practice medicine in Chicago. Spent some time at Fort McDowell, Arizona. Died of TB in Chicago. First son on Charles and Mabel died of TB in 1891 at age 2months

Note 2

Medical Attendant W S White

Sources

  1. Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
    Source: Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
  2. Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County
    Source: Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County
  3. Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
    Source: Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County