When I was searching through an online archive of Jewish records a couple of months ago I saw an interesting article:
As she lay on her death bed, Mrs. Vision repeated what she had often said: "I am ready to die. I have lived. Eighty years is enough for anybody--and I have had a hundred and ten."
Mrs. Vision has lived in the Home for the Aged for sixteen years. She had taught the "younger" women at the home a philosophy of contentment, one that said, "Eighty years are enough."
She is survived by three sons, Abraham, Daniel and Solomon, all old men; twenty-seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, and ten great-great-grand-children. Burial was in Waldheim cemetery.
I know there are some very astute genealogy researchers who read this blog, so if any of you can think of an avenue I should pursue, please let me know.
In the meantime, may Mike---Marks---Max Vision, buried at Jewish Waldheim rest in peace and
may Chaia (Ida) Vision, once the oldest woman in Chicago, rest in peace wherever she may be.