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Chester Jerome Dick


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Chester Jerome Dick

  • Born: 11 Jun 1877, Lostant, La Salle County, Illinois
  • Marriage (1): Marie-Aline about 1922 in Kansas
  • Marriage (2): Nellie E. Hart on 2 Oct 1926 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, United States
  • Died: 3 Jul 1935 at age 58
  • Buried: 5 Jul 1935, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia Plot: Sec: 2, Site: 3725 WH

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Census, 1880, Illinois, La Salle County, La Salle Township, Roll 223 Book 1, Page 286a. Age 3 yrs.

Passport Application, 7 Nov 1919. I, Chester J. Dick, a native and loyal citized of the United States, hereby apply to the Department of State, at Washington, for a passport. I solemly swear that I was born at La Salle, in the State of Illinois, on or about the 11th day of June, 1887, that my father John Dick, was born in Scotland and is now Deceased, that he emigrated to the United States from the port of Glassgow on or about 1849; that he resided 48 years, uninterruptedly, in the United States, from 1849 to 1897, at La Salle, Ill; that the was a naturalized citized of the United States before the Recorder of the Court of La Salle, at La Salle, Ill, on Oct 3, 1859, as shown by the accompanying Certificate of Naturalization that I have resided outside the United States at the following places for the following periods: France (with US Army), from May 1, 1918 to Dec 3, 1918, Luxembourg (with US Army), from Dec 4, 1918 to Aug 20, 1919 and that I am domiciled in the United States, my permanent residence being at Chicago, in the state of Ill, where I follow the occupation of Scoty Red Dominion Oil. I am about to go abroad temporarily; and I intend to return to the United States within 6 months with the purpose of residing and performing the duties of citizenship therein; and I desire a passport for use in visiting the countries hereinafter named for the following purpose: France, Belgium, Luxembourgh, Commercial Business. I intend to leave the United States from the port of New York on November 11th, 1919.

Attached Letter:

Mr. Chester J. Dick, Secretary of the Red Diamond Oil Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma, is making application for a passport to France, Belgium, and Luxembourgh.
I have known Mr. Dick, personally and intimately for about nineteen years, and have always found him to be a man of the highest integrity and excellent reputation. When Mr. Dick came out of the Army, where he served as Major, he became identified with the above mentioned firm, and is now making the trip to Europe on business for this firm.
I shall apreciate it if you will allow this passport and expedite its issuance in order that Mr. Dick may make arrangements to sail Monday, November, 10, from New York.

Census, 1925, Kansas State Census Collection, Leavenworth County, Kickapoo Township, Image 116 of 156. Age 48 yrs., Army Officer, U.S. Government.

Census, 1930, Utah, Salt Lake County, Salt Lake City, District 85, Fort Douglas US Military Reservation. Age 52 yrs, age of first marriage 26 yrs., Officer, US Army, Officers Quarters

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, 3 Jul 1935, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. Name: Chester Jerome Dick
Death Date: 3 Jul 1935
Cemetery: Arlington National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: C/O Director Arlington, VA 22211
Buried At: Section East Site 3725 Wh
Discharged 10/22/1919
Retired 11/30/1932


Chester married Marie-Aline about 1922 in Kansas. (Marie-Aline was born about 1895 in France, died on 14 Dec 1925 in Leavenworth County, Kansas and was buried in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.)


Chester next married Nellie E. Hart on 2 Oct 1926 in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri, United States.

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