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Cook County Il Court Records

cook county il court records
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    cook county
  • A county in northeastern Illinois that includes Chicago and most of its closer suburbs; pop. 5,105,067
  • Cook County may refer to: By far the most populous of these, the most populous in its state, and the second most populous county in the U.S. is: *Cook County, Illinois
  • Illinois (in official postal use)
  • forty-nine: being nine more than forty
  • Illinois: a midwestern state in north-central United States
  • .il is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) of Israel. It is administered by the Israel Internet Association.

July 13th in History -- In 1854, US Bombards Nicaragua
July 13th in History -- In 1854, US Bombards Nicaragua
574 - John III ends his reign as Catholic Pope 1174 - Scottish King William, William I of Scotland, a key rebel in the Revolt of 1173-1174, is captured at Alnwick by forces loyal to Henry II of England. 1522 - Hunger appeal by women of Utrecht 1558 - Battle of Gravelines: In France, Spanish forces led by Count Lamoral of Egmont defeat the French forces of Marshal Paul des Thermes at Gravelines. 1568 - Dean of St Paul's Cathedral perfects a way to bottle beer 1573 - Haarlem surrenders after 7 months to Spanish army 1643 - Battle at Roundway Down: Royalists beat parliamentary armies 1645 - Aleksei Romanov succeeds his father Michael as czar of Russia 1657 - Oliver Cromwell constrains English army leader John Lambert 1668 - Van Marco Cesti's opera "Il Pomo d'Oro," premieres in Vienna 1700 - Russian-Turkish peace 1772 - Capt James Cook begins 2nd trip (Resolution) to South Seas 1787 - Congress establishes Northwest Territory (excludes slavery) 1787 - Ord of 1787-a territory can become 3 to 5 states at 60,000 pop 1794 - Battle of the Vosges between French forces and those of Prussia and Austria 1832 - Source of Mississippi River discovered (Henry R Schoolcraft) 1836 - US patent #1 (after 9,957 unnumbered patents), for locomotive wheels 1837 - Queen Victoria is 1st monarch to live in present Buckingham Palace 1851 - John F Loudon discovers tin on East Indian Island of Billiton 1854 - US forces shell & burn San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua 1854 - In the Battle of Guaymas, Mexico, General Jose Maria Yanez stops the French invasion led by Count Gaston de Raousset Boulbon. 1861 - Battle of Corrick's Ford, VA (Carrick's Ford) - Union army takes total control of western Virginia CS20 US53 1862 - Battle of Murfreesboro, TN (Forrest's Raid) US895 CS150 1863 - Anti-draft mobs lynch blacks in NYC; about 1,000 die 1863 - Battle of Bayou La Fourche, LA 1863 - Battle of Tupelo, MS (Harrisburg) [->JUL 15] US648 CS700 1863 - Rebellion at Morgan's, Ohio [->JUL 26] 1864 - Early retreats from Washington City back to Shenandoah Valley 1865 - Horace Greeley advises his readers to "Go west young man" 1865 - P T Barnum's museum burns down 1868 - Oscar J Dunn, former slave, installed as lt governor of Louisiana 1870 - King Wilhelm of Prussia sends "Emser Depeche" on Bismarck 1876 - 29th Postmaster General: James N Tyner of Ind takes office 1878 - Congress of Berlin discusses division of African colonization ends 1878 - Treaty of Berlin amended terms of Treaty of San Stefano 1882 - 200 die as train derails near Tcherny, Russia 1896 - Ed Delahanty, becomes 2nd major leaguer to hit 4 HRs in a game 1898 - Guglielmo Marconi patents radio 1898 - SF Ferry Building at foot of Market St opens 1900 - Phillies beat Pittsburgh 23-8 1917 - Vision of Virgin Mary appeared to children of Fatima, Portugal 1919 - Race riots in Longview & Gregg counties Texas 1919 - Chic White Sox pitcher Carl Mays walks off mound blaming teammates for lack of support afield 1923 - Draft law passes 1923 - The Hollywood Sign is officially dedicated in the hills above Hollywood, Los Angeles. It originally reads "Hollywoodland " but the four last letters are dropped after renovation in 1949. 1924 - Albin Stenroos wins Olympic marathon (2:41:22.6) 1925 - French occupation force begins evacuating country 1926 - Paavo Nurmi runs world record 3000m (8:20.4) 1930 - 1st-ever soccer World Cup competition began in Uruguay 1930 - Sarnoff reports in NY Times "TV would be a theater in every home" 1934 - Babe Ruth hits HR #700 (against Detroit) 1935 - Richard Strauss resigns as chairman of Reichskulturkammer 1935 - US-Russian commerce treaty takes effect 1936 - 112°F (44°C), Mio, Michigan (state record) 1936 - 114°F (46°C), Wisconsin Dells, Wisc (state record) 1938 - Kroller-Muller museum opens in Holland 1939 - Frank Sinatra made his recording debut 1941 - 24th PGA Championship: Vic Ghezzi at Cherry Hills CC Denver 1941 - Eddie Mayo (LA-Pacific Coast League), spits in face of ump Ray Snyder 1941 - World War II: Montenegrins start popular uprising against the Axis Powers (Trinaestojulski ustanak). 1942 - 5,000 Jews of Rovno Polish Ukraine, executed by nazis 1942 - German occupiers imprison 800 prominent Dutch as hostages 1942 - SS shoots 1,500 Jews in Josefov Poland 1943 - 11th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Shibe Park, Philadelphia 1943 - Greatest tank battle in history ends with Russia's defeat of Germany at Kursk, almost 6,000 tanks take part, 2,900 were lost by Germany 1944 - Vilnius, Lithuania, liberated 1945 - 1st atom bomb explodes in New Mexico 1946 - "Tidbits of 1946" closes at Plymouth Theater NYC after 8 performances 1948 - 15th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-2 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis 1949 - Pope Pius XII excommunicates communist catholics 1950 - Doctors remove 7 bone fragments from Ted Williams elbow 1950 - Rene Pleven forms French govt 1954 - 21st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 11-9 at
Surrogate's Court (Hall of Records)
Surrogate's Court (Hall of Records)
Civic Center, Downtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States The Surrogate's Court was designed in the French Classic Eclectic Style and is a fine example of civic architecture at the turn of the Century,. Representative of a period when the Municipality of New York felt itself coming of age, this imposing building with its towering Mansard roof typifies what was then considered the best in architecture. Both within and without, it was intended to set an example and to elevate standards of design and construction throughout the City. This building displays rich materials, elaborate details, carving and sculpture. Here was shown an awakening interest in the fine arts, as applied to buildings, which was destined to have far reaching effects not only on civic structures but on mercantile and commercial buildings as well. In a letter to the commission, the Hon. Joseph A. Cox and the Hon. S. Samuel DiFalco, Surrogates of the County of New York, endorsed the proposed designation, Among their comments were the following: "This building for more than a half century has played an important role In the government of New York City.... This eight story structure of classic design has a particularly beautiful exterior and interior. The facade of this imposing structure is graced by columns and fine statuary, depicting important historical figures........Replacement at today's costs would be prohibitive, if not impossible........This public building is one of the finest examples of governmental architecture of New York at the early part of this century. It would serve the aesthetic interests of this City to preserve this structure as an example of the architecture of its time. It may be utilized to advantage in its present condition." - From the 1966 NYCLPC Landmark Designation Report

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