Quote:Squad546 Sat 22nd 3:29 am
If your a relative you can request records, although I should warn you it usually isn't easy to do. I've been told most of the old Dunning records disappeared years ago.
My great grandmother was admitted to dunning state hospital . Her name was Lillian Hagen her adult children admitted her against her wishes shortly after the death of her husband. She was simply grieving and depressed. She was always looking for a way out of there and she found it! In July of 1966 Lillian Hagen was found dead in a drainage ditch inside the hospital grounds. I am very interested in obtaining her records and finding out where she was buried or if her body was cremated. There's an article about the staff finding her dead published in the Chicago tribune July 14 1964 page 31. Lillian A Hagen born April 4 1901 was married to David Hagen. Had three children with David Hagen. 1. Florence Dorothy Hagen 2.Herbert Hagen 3. Norman Hagen. My name is Cindy Doyle my email address is [email protected] if anyone can point me in the right direction I'd be forever grateful!! Sincerely Cindy Doyle