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The information and stories gathered here come from books, news clippings, archives, and written and oral remembrances. Errors and inaccuracies are inevitable, and in some cases the information at hand is inadequate. Can you help us? If you can fill in some gaps, please drop us a note and tell us what you know. Please email your corrections and comments to or write to the Illinois Labor History Society 27 E. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, Illinois 60604 or 312-663-4107.

We encourage you to contact the Illinois Labor History Society if you know of someone not included in this document. Please provide biographical information and your contact information. As additional burials and ashes scattered are identified, updates will appear in the online version.

Biographies of those buried near the Haymarket Martyrs Monument:

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Lucy Parsons, Emma Goldman, Joe Hill and Frank Lumpkin are just some of the champions of working people who you will encounter at Forest Home Cemetery