CHATSWORTH TIDBITS


 

 

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CHATSWORTH, LIVINGSTON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

 


 

This page contains links to little tidbits of Chatsworth news , taken from various old newspapers that I have and items I have found on the web.

Some are news, some are just tidbits. Not news, but maybe something that might help someone doing family research.

I hope that you enjoy this page! And check back as I will be adding new tidbits as I find them.

Each group of tidbits will be dated by the year of the paper that they are taken from, so look for the ones you have not read. 


From:

Newspapers and periodicals of Illinois, 1814-1879

 By Frank William Scott, Edmund Janes James

Palladium, 1871 (?): George Torrance, editor and publisher.

Plaindealer, 1873 (?): Established by E. M. Harte, editor,

C. B. Holmes, publisher; John Jackson, editor, John Culver and
Company, publishers, 1876; R. M. Spurgin, 1877-1880; James

A. Smith, 1882 (?). U


 

  Tidbits from the Chatsworth Plaindealer   

 

1887 Tidbits

 

1913 Tidbits

 

1968 Tidbits 

 

1990 Tidbits


 Tidbits from All Papers

Tidbits From Other Papers

Tidbits From Other Papers 2

Other Tidbits 


Tidbits 2004-2005

 

Tidbits 2006-2007

 

Tidbits 2008-2009

Tidbits 2010


Tidbits 2011


Tidbits 2012-2013-2014


Tidbits 2015-2017


Tidbits from The Blade

Looking Back 


Tidbits 2008-2009

Tidbits 2010-2017


 Found News Treasures

Articles donated to this site or found online.    




 

News Articles Picture Album

 

Read Newspaper Articles about the Chatsworth Wreck here

The Great Chatsworth Train Wreck