St. Charles (Illinois) Chronicle, 29 March 1921:
Mrs. Bridget Noon Pillion, widow of the late Patrick Pillion, died at her home in Batavia Tuesday morning, March 19, 1901, as a result of a fall in which her hip was broken.
Deceased was born in t he parish of Drum, county Roscommon, Ireland, Aprl 7, 1823, and was married in Old Cambridge, Mass., July 1849.
She was the mother of eight children, three of whom survive. They are Mary Stafford of Chicago, Addie Roscoe and Thomas Pillion of Batavia.
Mr. and Mr. Pillion were pioneers in this county, coming to St. Charles in October 1849. In 1870 they moved to Batavia, where they have since resided, always enjoying the respect of the community in which they lived. Mr. Pillion died in 1897.
Mrs. Pillion died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roscoe, and her funeral was held at the Catholic Church Thursday at 10 a.m., Rev. Geo. Rhotz celebrating requiem high mass. Deceased was a cousin of Mrs. M. Murphy of this city.
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