Obit: Dunn, Fred B. (1865? - 1899)
Surnames: Dunn, Bassette, Chapman, Grange, Abbe, Kutter, Wasdward
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 3 Aug 1899
Dunn, Fred B. (1865? - 28 July 1899)
Fred B. Dunn, son of J. O. Dunn, of Chicago, Illinois, committed suicide, at the Tremont House, in Oshkosh, last Friday evening, by taking six grains of morphine, and left a letter saying he was weary of life. Fred was well known to many along the W.C. Lines, having traveled here for several years representing his father’s business. He always appeared a jolly, good natured fellow and the very last we should have selected as a suicide. There are many friends who will regret his rash act and sympathize with his bereaved wife and father.
1880 Federal Census, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States, pg. 293
Fred B. Dunn, American male
birthdate : 1865
self John O. Dunn M 43 Maine, United States
wife Alice Dunn F 34 New York, United States
daughter Mary P. Dunn F 20 Wisconsin, United States
son Fred B. Dunn M 15 Illinois, United States
son George E. Dunn M 7 Illinois, United States
other Edward Bassette M 25 Illinois, United States
other J. O. Chapman M 22 Connecticut, United States
other Martha Grange F 32 New York, United States
other Mary Abbe F 35 Massachusetts, United States
other Samuel Dunn M 20 Massachusetts, United States
other Kate Kutter F 20 Ireland
other Brad Wasdward M 19 Michigan, United States
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