Exline, Alonzo A.

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Alonzo A. Exline Soundex Code E245

Alonzo A. Exline was born in Kankakee County, Illinois and worked as an Attorney.

He served as the Attorney on the Rogers Park Village Board, 1881, 1882, 1884, 1890, 1891.

History of Cook County, Illinois; The Earliest Period to the Present Time; Complete in One Volume, 1884, page 462

Biographical Sketches of Rogers Park

Alonzo A. Exline, Attorney, was born in Kankakee County, Illinois, Sunday, January 28, 1849. He was engaged in teaching and farming in Kankakee County, Illinois up to the time of going to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he attended a legal course at the University of Michigan, graduating in March 1874.

On Thursday, March 26, 1874, he was admitted to the Bar of Michigan. In May 1874, he came to Chicago, and was admitted to the Bar of Illinois on Monday, June 15, 1874, and has been engaged in the general practice of the law ever since in Chicago.

He has resided in Rogers Park since Tuesday, May 1, 1877, and has been Village Attorney ever since its organization; has also held the position of township school trustee.

Alonzo A. Exline was married to Ella Exline, nee: Ella Deerson of Kankakee County, Illinois, on Saturday, April 26, 1877.

By the death of his wife, Ella, Saturday, November 18, 1893, he is left a widower with one son, John S. Exline, aged 5 years, the only issue of such marriage.

Chicago Blue Book

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo A. Exline were listed in the 1890 Chicago Blue Book, page 617. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo A. Exline were listed in the 1891 Chicago Blue Book, page 709. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo A. Exline were listed in the 1892 Chicago Blue Book, page 758. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo A. Exline were listed in the 1893 Chicago Blue Book, page 779. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo A. Exline were listed in the 1894 Chicago Blue Book, page 772. This issue does not list the address of anyone living in Rogers Park.