The 1880 US Census has the Jewell family now living in Chicago at 919 Ashland Avenue (now 1820 N. Ashland). That spot is now under the Kennedy Expressway. Thomas Jewell now listed his occupation as "Foreman in Steel Works"
The 1890 US Census for Illinois is lost, but by 1900 Thomas and Jemima Jewell were living at 3535 S. Hamilton Avenue where Thomas listed his occupation as "Superintendent".
|3535 S. Hamilton, Chicago|
The 1900 Chicago City Directory lists him as Assistant Superintendent at the Illinois Steel Company.
|Illinois Steel Company|
The 1910 US Census shows sixty-eight year old Thomas Jewell still working - as a "Superintendent in a Rolling Mill." He and Jemima (now called "Jennie") are living at 6948 S. Vincennes in Chicago. There is a new high rise building on that spot today. Fanny Jewell Edmonds' fifteen year old son Ralph Edmonds was living with them.
After I originally wrote this article, I was contacted by Paul Jewell, the great-grandson of Thomas and Jemima Jewell. He told me that Thomas Jewell had been featured in an advertisement for the International Correspondence School in Popular Mechanics magazine from December, 1910. So here, thanks to Google Books, is that ad:
|Wisconsin Steel Company|
Here is his Death Notice from the Chicago Daily Tribune of March 5, 1913: