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Chicago Tribune Mon Nov 17, 1948
COYNE -
MRS. FREDERICK COYNE
Services for Mrs. Pauline Niehaus Coyne, 82, of 4857 N. Talman av., who died Sunday in her home, will be held at 3 p.m. today in the chapel at 5200 N. Western Ave. Mrs. Coyne was the wife of Frederick E. Coyne, Chicago postmaster from 1901 to 1905 and collector of internal revenue at Chicago from 1897 to 1901. She was born in Indiana and came to Chicago with her
parents shortly before the Chicago fire of 1871, which destroyed their home. Surviving are her husband; three sons, Mason, Richard T., and Col. Frederick E. Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. Edna C. Vance.
Copyright 1948, Chicago Tribune



Chicago Tribune Mon Nov 17, 1948
COYNE - Pauline Coyne, nee Niehaus, beloved and devoted wife of Frederick, loving
mother of Frederick Jr., Mrs. Edna Vance, Mason, Richard, the late Pauline and Mrs. Jeannette Dun, dear sister of Joseph B. Niehaus, Mrs. Anna Mason and the late Mrs. Margaret Schmidt, dear grandmother of nine grandchildren and great-grandmother of one greatgrandchild. Service Wednesday, Nov. 17, 3 p.m., at funeral home, 5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster. Interment private.
Copyright 1948, Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune Mon Nov 16, 1948

COYNE - Pauline Coyne, nee Niehaus beloved and devoted wife of Frederick, loving
mother of Frederick Jr., Mrs. Edna Vance, Mason, Richard, the late Pauline and Mrs. Jeannette Dun, dear sister of Joseph B. Niehaus, Mrs. Anna Mason and the late Mrs. Margaret Schmidt, dear grandmother of nine grandchildren and great-grandmother of one greatgrandchild. Services Wednesday, Nov. 17 3 p.m., at funeral home, 5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster. Interment private.
Copyright 1948, Chicago Tribune



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