PATIENTS P-S

P

P. Oscar

"I Start At Eloise A Little Scared'; Ann Arbor News, May 4, 1965


PANIOTIS,

Patient at Eloise Jumps to Death from Window; Detroit Free Press, September 17, 1938


PARSON, W. F.

Admits He Is Insane; The Daily News, July 21, 1905


PARTRIDGE, Laura Ruppert

Committed Suicide At Eloise; The Detroit Free Press, April 26, 1903

Plymouth Bride Eloise Suicide; The Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat, May 1, 1903

Find A Grave listing

Partridge Death Certificate


PEACE (also FLETCHER), Johnny

The Romance of a Poorhouse Boy: A Waif of Seventeen Years Floats Home; The Nation, May 25, 1878


PENNYPACKER, Thomas

Police Officer Seriously Injured In Taylor Ambush; The Argus-Press, July 16, 1977


PERKINS, John

Became Violently Insane; Detroit Free Press, September 16, 1897


PERRIN, Debbie

Hard-Working Young Vietnam War Veteran Charged In Knife Murder, Wounding Of Two; The Windsor Star, January 3, 1972

Murder Warrant Is Sought In Kidnap-Stabbing; The Owosso Argus-Press, January 4, 1972

Knife Slayer Gets 60 Years; The Holland Evening Sentinel, July 7, 1972


PERRY, Harriett

Untitled (Potter's field); Detroit Free Press, August 21, 1908


PERRY, Max,


Obituary; The Ludington Daily News, November 28, 1949


PFERRER, Anthony

Deaths Attributed To Methyl Alcohol; The Owosso Argus-Press, October 5, 1938

Find Chemist Mixed Drinks At Eloise; The Ludington Daily News, October 5, 1938


PETRONIK, Joe

Eloise Boys Miss Drinks; The Border Cities Star, September 29, 1932


PHELIZOT, Victor

excerpt; The Twelfth Biennial Report Of The Michigan State Board Of Corrections And Charities, 1895


PHILLIPS, Sortian

Dumped In Hall Of Hospital; The Detroit Free Press, September 13, 1904


PLACK, Caroline

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


POLINSKI, John

An Insane Freak; Detroit Free Press, July 20, 1875


PORTER, Ellen

A Strange Lunatic, Detroit Free Press, October 8, 1871


POTTER, Owen

Seek's Husband's Release At Eloise, Detroit Free Press, August 13, 1920


POUND, Robert

Scarlet Fever Cases Have Decreased; The Detroit Free Press, October 13, 1901


PRICE, Ruth

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


PRU??, John

Aged Eloise Inmates Battle; One May Die; The Detroit Free Press, December 7, 1920

Weird Drink Cause Of Cutting Affray; The Detroit Free Press, February 22, 1921


Q

QUINN, Michael

Died On The Same DayThe Detroit Free Press, April 8, 1904


R

RAJEWICZ, Frank

Suburban Siftings; The Detroit Free Press, September 28, 1911


RAMLOW, Henry

4 Eloise Hospital Inmates Dead From Drinking Alcohol; The Evening News, October 4, 1938

Deaths Attributed To Methyl Alcohol; The Owosso Argus-Press, October 5, 1938

Find Chemist Mixed Drinks At Eloise; The Ludington Daily News, October 5, 1938


RAYE, Susan

2 Children Killed On Carnival Ride; The St. Joseph News-Press, April 25, 1965


RAYMOND, ???

Soldier, Lost In War Found In Eloise Bed; The Detroit Free Press, October 29, 1922


REEBECK, Benjamin

Paralytic Was Killed By Car; The Detroit Free Press, June 2, 1905


REDMOND, Peter

Brave Detective's Last Part in Tragedy Costing Him His Health Is Death In Asylum, The Detroit Free Press, March 17, 1914


REED, Raymond R.

Hurls Self Under Trolley To Death; The Detroit Free Press, February 3, 1920


REHN, Clarence

death certificate

photograph


REYNOLDS, Howard W.;

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


RIESING, Harry

He Stoned Turkeys; The Detroit Free Press, November 10, 1897


RIOPELLE, James

Untitled; The Detroit Free Press, April 2, 1904


RIPPLINGER, Michael

Eloise Patient Killed; The Detroit Free Press, July 17, 1915


ROBERTS, Jack R.

Obituary; The Owosso Argus-Press, October 30, 1950


ROBINSON, D.

Untitled; The Detroit Free Press, February 21, 1909


ROBINSON, daughter

UntitledThe Detroit Free Press, February 21, 1909


ROCHFORD, Julia

Aged Park Invalid Dies In Hospital; The Grosse Pointe Review, February 20, 1941


ROGERS, Laysalle

Heart Transplant Patient Looking Forward To Home; The Lakeland Ledger, June 15, 1983


ROJESKI, Anthony

Wife Fights For Husband's Life; North Towanda Evening News, February 3, 1944

death certificate


ROSENBERG, Henry

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


ROSS, Anna B.

Committment Was Advised; The Detroit Free Press, January 19, 1911

Mrs. Ross Goes Free; The Detroit Free Press, January 21, 1911


ROUS, Hattie

Ex-Slave Sent Back to Dixie For Burial; Detroit Free Press, October 16, 1957


ROWE, WIlliam

Hangs Dead From Rafter; The Detroit Free Press, March 27, 1907


ROWLEY, Dr. F. W.

A Slave of Morphine, The Detroit Free Press, April 26, 1893


RUSSELL, Harold L. Jr.

Guard Calls Shooting Of Doctor 'Accidental'The Owosso Argus-Press, October 1, 1965

Doctor Killed; The Tuscaloosa News, October 3, 1965

Stands Mute In Slaying Of DoctorThe Holland Evening Sentinel, October 5, 1965

Untitled; The Grosse Pointe News, October 7, 1965

Judge Bars Some Evidence; The Owosso Argus-Press, January 4, 1966

Faces Life For Murder Of White Detroit MedicJet Magazine, June 16, 1966


RUSSELL, Helen

Domestic Kills Herself; The Detroit Free Press, January 15, 1911


RYAN, Bridget

Bridget Sings Incessantly; The Detroit Free Press, February 4, 1899

untitled; The Detroit Free Press, February 7, 1899

death certificate


RYAN, John P.

Harassed Black Father Not Likely To Face Charges Of Shooting White Mich. Teen; Jet, December 6, 1979


S

ST. MARY, Mrs. Charles

Asylum Officials Censured; Detroit Free Press, February 24, 1899


SALES, Suzette

Jetliner Dives To Avoid Crash; The Argus-Press, November 28, 1975


SAPONSKI (also Kosbrovitch), Valentine

Mangled By An Electric; Detroit Free Press, January 30, 1903


SCHAFER, Jean

Untitled; The Billboard, May 3, 1952


SCHAFUS, Fritz,

Untitled; The Billboard, September 12, 1942


SCHASTA, Marie

Grieved Mother Swallows Acid; The Daily News, December 21, 1907


SCHLEIFER, Andrea

Jetliner Dives To Avoid Crash; The Argus-Press, November 28, 1975


SCHMIDT, Jacob

Will Probe Death in Straitjacket, Detroit Free Press, May 7, 1931

Violence Causes Death at Eloise, Detroit Free Press, May 8, 1931


SCHOR, Marla

Jetliner Dives To Avoid Crash; The Argus-Press, November 28, 1975


SCHRAMMEL, Martin

Untitled; The Detroit Free Press, May 9, 1903

Wants To Get Money Back; The Detroit Free Press, June 22, 1904

Untitled; The Detroit Free Press, June 30, 1904

Stares At The Judges; The Detroit Free Press, March 7, 1907

Hamtramck's Governor Is Thrown Into Jail; The Detroit Free Press, May 6, 1908

Court Declares Aged German Is Ugly And Not Insane; The Detroit Free Press, July 29, 1908


SCHULMEISTER, Frederick A.

Frederick A. Schulmeister Obituary; The Tonawanda News, June 28, 1957


SCHULTZ, William G.

Untitled; The Evening News, October 3, 1938


SCHUMAN, John

Sick Man Dies After Long Walk; The Detroit Free Press, October 18, 1909


SCHWANBECK, Minnie

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


SCHWOCHOW, Nancy

5 Young People Killed In CrashThe Ludington Daily News, May 17, 1952


SCOTT, Pearl L.

Mrs. Floyd Scott's Funeral Is Tomorrow; The Youngstown Vindicator, March 7, 1968


SEBINSKY, Rose;


Untitled; The Detroit Free Press, February 18, 1905


SEMICIKLAS, Argop

Free Trips Abroad Off; The Detroit Free Press, January 14, 1908


SENFF, Amelia

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


SHALOOGIAN, Israel

draft card


SHERBACK, John

Famous Heart Specialist Shot To Death By Patient; The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 1, 1953

Mental Patient Slays Specialist; The Spokane Daily Chronicle, December 1, 1953

Mental Patient Kills Specialist By Mistake; The Youngstown Vindicator, December 1, 1953

Noted Doctor Is Slain; The Reading Eagle, December 1, 1953

Mental Patient Makes Error, Kills Wrong Man; The Kentucky New Era, December 2, 1953

Mad Killer Slays Famed Pointe Doctor; The Grosse Pointe News, December 3, 1951


SHERMAN, Rose

System of Committing Insane Is Challenged; Detroit Free Press, July 19, 1945

Writ Releases Eloise Inmate Held Since '39; Detroit Free Press, August 8, 1945


SHOVE, ???

Woman Must Not Make Love; The Telegraph-Republican, September 2, 1909


SKALSKI, Thomas

Seek John Skalski; Schenectady Gazette, October 3, 1946


SMEED, James

Engineer Dead After Hero Act; The Telegraph-Herald, July 6, 1936


SMITH, David K.

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


SMITH, George

Boozed Up By The Boys; The Detroit Free Press, November 5, 1907


SMITH, "Grandma"

Our County Institutions; Detroit Free Press, October 21, 1870


SMITH, Minnie

advert, The Evening Argus, November 21, 1904


SOJA, Rose Grabka

Husband Bigamist, Woman Tells PoliceThe Border City Star, July 13, 1923


SPAFFORD, L:izzie

Loss Of Sight And Hearing; The American Annals Of The Deaf And Dumb, Volume 24, 1879


SPEARS, Rolla

Shocking Matricide: Woman Killed by an Insane Son Near Wayne; Isabella County Enterprise, June 28, 1901


SPENCE, Harold J.

5 Young People Killed In Crash; The Ludington Daily News, May 17, 1952


STECK, Anna

Returns Home With Good Care; The Detroit Free Press, August 27, 1907


STARKS, Clarence

Detective Probes Deaths at Eloise; Detroit Free Press, August 14, 1944


STEIN, Martin

Slashing Affrays May Prove Serious; The Evening News, March 20, 1914


STEMMELEN, Albert

Says He Is Sorry Now; The Daily Tribune, August 29, 1907

Deed Of Insane Man; The Havre Herald, August 30, 1907

Drowns His Babe; The Cass City Chronicle, August 30, 1907

Drowned His Child; The Camden Democrat, August 31, 1907

Stemmelen Escapes From Wayne Co. Insane Asylum; The Detroit Free Press, September 28, 1907

Guard Stemmelen Home; The Detroit Free Press, September 28, 1907


STENDER, Anna M.

Annual Report Of The Attorney General Of The State Of Michigan, 1912


STENICKE, Gotfried

A Queer ConflictThe Detroit Free Press, February 14, 1877


STEVENS, Albert Nelson,

Civil War Soldier Gets Long-Overdue HeadstoneCanton Observer, October 2, 2011


STEVENS, Thomas

Slayer Escapes Eloise Kitchen; Detroit Free Press, August 13, 1936


STINER, Joseph

Had To Drink Ditch Water; The Detroit Free Press, March 16, 1903


STOLPINSKA, Katarzyna

On Complaint Of Post Office; The Detroit Free Press, March 9, 1904

Polish Girl Goes Free; The Detroit Free Press, June 17, 1908


STROMOSKI, Mrs. Edward

Untitled; The Farmington Enterprise, December 7, 1944


STRUBLE, Christian

Week's Record Of Death And Disease; The Detroit Free Press, August 11, 1901


STUDIER, Ida

Girl Drowns Herself; Jumps From Bridge; The Evening Record, December 5, 1911

Girl Jumps Into River, The Detroit Free Press, December 8, 1911

Give Up Hope Of Seeing Her Alive, The Detroit Free Press, December 9, 1911

Find Remains Of Ida Studier, The Detroit Free Press, December 10, 1911


SULLIVAN, Jeremiah

A Suspicious Death; The Detroit Free Press, January 16, 1881

A Midnight Crime; The Detroit Free Press, January 19, 1881

That Grave Robbery; The Detroit Free Press, January 20, 1881

The Grave Robbing Case; The Detroit Free Press, January 21, 1881

One Hundred Dollars Reward; The Detroit Free Press, January 23, 1881

The Sullivan Grave Robbery; The Detroit Free Press, January 27, 1881

The Sullivan Grave Robbery; The Detroit Free Press, February 22, 1881

Fire Department Notes; The Detroit Free Press, February 24, 1881

Body Snatching; The Detroit Free Press, March 9, 1881

Cronin; The Detroit Free Press, March 12, 1881

A Startling Confession; The Detroit Free Press, May 26, 1881

Convicted; The Detroit Free Press, May 27, 1881

Ghouls; The Detroit Free Press, June 16, 1881

A Ghoul Sentenced; The Detroit Free Press, June 18, 1881

That $50 RewardThe Detroit Free Press, July 23, 1881

An Unprotected Locality; Detroit Free Press, November 11, 1881

Behind The Bars; Detroit Free Press, July 9, 1882


SUMERACKI, Jacob P.

Obituary; The Grosse Pointe News, November 14, 1974


SWARTZ, Edward A.

Died On The Same Day; Detroit Free Press, April 8, 1904


SYKES, Fred

Fred  Sykes Obituary; The Utica Daily News, February 27, 1948


SZCZECHOWICZ, Lawrence (or SCZEHOWICZ, Lorenz)

Two Men Have Strange Ideas; Detroit Free Press, June 4, 1900

Assaulter May Return To Asylum; Detroit Free Press, September 26, 1906