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From: Nan Brennan <>
Subject: Re: [Irish in Chicago] Death Certificate
Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 16:53:25 -0500
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There was a Charles J Ocasek in the 1900 census listed as a physician.

He was age 29 living in the 9th Ward at 611 Throop St.
Ed 237

He was born in Bohemia and emigrated in 1886.
(married to Emily with a son 3month old Chas J.)


On Jun 16, 2006, at 2:16 PM, <> wrote:

> Marti & listers,
> I checked the Cook County Assessor's website, as you suggested.
> Here is what I found:
> 1501 S Pulaski Rd Chicago PIN: 16-23-122-001-0000
> 1503 S. Pulaski Chicago No records were returned.
> It appears from the photo taken in 1999, that it is a parking lot
> with some sort of apartment complex down the street from the lot.
> Many of the listers have suggested that the doctor lived next door.
> This could be, but seeing as how she was living with her son on
> 64th & Loomis prior to his death in 1902, I don't know that she
> would have moved. I doubt that her daughter-in-law, Margaret, would
> have kicked her out of the house after William died. Catherine died
> 7 years later. Margaret (Maggie) Walsh did not die until 1950.
> Is there anyone with access to the 1909 directory that can tell me
> if Charles J. Ocasek, M.D. had his office at 1501 S. 40th Avenue?
> Also, can you tell if Catherine Welch lived at 1503 S. 40th Avenue?
> Dave,
> You are correct, the M.D. is printed on the form, so there is no
> need to write his credentials after his name.
> Thanx,
> Bill
>
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