The following May 5, 1982, Lowell Tribune article, found in the "Forty Years Ago" column, is also in the Lowell Public Library "Local History" clippings file (LH--Vital Statistics, vol. 1, p. 54):
After an illness of a year, Dr. P.L. Rigg, 64, passed away at his Chicago home, Sunday. Dr. Rigg was born and reared near Valparaiso and came to Lowell when a young man where he was associated with Dr. J.A. Dinwiddie for a number of years. He later opened his own office here and practiced his profession in Lowell until opening an office in Chicago several years ago. His wife, who was Maude Hill before her marriage, passed away in the Chicago home three years ago. He leaves one son, Harry Rigg, of Gary, and three daughters, Mrs. Sheridan Ruge, Mrs. Morris Driscoll and Miss Marjorie Rigg, all of Chicago. A son, Curtis, passed away a year ago. Dr. Rigg was known all over southern Lake County through many years of practicing dentistry here. Funeral services were held in Chicago at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Go to Perry L. Rigg, "Pioneer History Index," for further information.
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