Healy, John L.

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John L. Healy Soundex Code H400

John L. Healy was born in Waterbury, Vermont. He worked as a cashier.

He served as Clerk on the Rogers Park Village Board, 1888.

History of Cook County, Illinois; The Earliest Period to the Present Time; Complete in One Volume. 1884, Page 462.

Biographical Sketches of Rogers Park

John L. Healy, entry clerk of L.H. Thomas manufacturer of inks, was born in Waterbury, Vermont, May 12, 1864. He learned the printer's trade in Belleville, IIIinois, and worked there for two years: then in Battle Creek, Michigan, up to 1890, when he came to Chicago, and for two Years worked for Donnelly, Loyd & Co., printer. In 1883 he came to Rogers Park and accepted his present position with L.H. Thomas.

Chicago Blue Book

Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Healy were listed in the 1891 Chicago Blue Book, page 709. This issue does not list the addresses of Rogers Park residents.

Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Healy were listed in the 1892 Chicago Blue Book, page 758. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Healy were listed in the 1893 Chicago Blue Book, page 779. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Healy were listed in the 1894 Chicago Blue Book, page 773. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Healy lived at 811 Morse Avenue, in the 1895 Chicago Blue Book, page 280. This was the first issue to provide addresses of Rogers Park residents.

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Healy lived at 811 Morse Avenue, in the 1897 Chicago Blue Book, page 283.