Dunne, Maurice Francis

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Maurice Francis Dunne was the son of Edward Fitzsimmons Dunne and Elizabeth Jane Dunne


Edward Fitzsimmons Dunne, Jr.;

Richard Dunne

Robert Jerome Dunne

Mrs. Eileen Corboy;

Mrs. Mona Leonard;

twins Geraldine Dunne and Jeanette Dunne;

Eugene Dunne of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Maurice Francis Dunne

Maurice Francis Dunne, born Tuesday, March 12, 1895, River Forest, Illinois. His father, Edward Fitzsimmons Dunne, was the Mayor of Chicago from 1905 to 1907 and Governor of Illinois from 1913 to 1917.

After graduating from University of Michigan Law School in 1917, he became an Attorney practicing in Chicago. He was also the proprietor of a business manufacturing foundry tools. He died in August 29, 1974 at Evanston Hospital.


Maurice Francis Dunne, University of Michigan, 1915 Wolverines football team, End, Springfield, Illinois, height: 6'-0", weight 164 lb.

Maurice Francis Dunne, University of Michigan, 1916 Wolverines football team, left end, Varsity letter winner.

Chicago Tribune. Friday, August 30, 1974, page A13

Maurice F. Dunne Dies

Maurice Francis Dunne, 79, son of late Edward Fitzsimmons Dunne, former Democratic Governor of Illinois and Mayor of Chicago died yesterday, Thursday, August 29, 1974, in Evanston Hospital.

Mr. Dunne, whose father served as Mayor of Chicago from 1905-1907 and Governor of Illinois from 1913-1917, had resided at 1501 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, for the last five years. He was an attorney and president of the former Pyott Foundry and Machine Co. of Chicago, and past president of the Illinois Manufacturers Association. He served in the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I.

Survivors include: his widow, Florence Dunne, two sons, Circuit Court Judge Arthur L. Dunne and Maurice Francis Dunne, Jr.; two daughters: Mrs. P.T.H. McCauley and Janet M. Dunne; two brothers, one of them Probate Judge Robert Jerome Dunne, two sisters, and 12 grandchildren.

Mass will be said at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, August 31, 1974, in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Lake Street and Oak Avenue, Evanston.