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Category: Pine Manor History
Pine Manor History. Once owned by the Busse family, this 1920s Dutch Colonial Home of Rev Pamela Magnuson located in Mount Prospect, Illinois USA currently serves as Chicago’s best loved Destination Wedding Chapel
As reported in the Daily Herald on Friday, December 5, 1952
Funeral services will be held Friday, December 5, for George Meier, 86, 123 School St., Mount Prospect, at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mount Prospect, at 2 p.m. Rev. J. E. A. Mueller will officiate. Interment St. John Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Elk Grove. He is in state at Black’s Memorial Home.
George Meier & Sophia Busse Meier were the first owners of Pine Manor in 1928. But were they cousins? You tell me.
In the summer of 1848, Fredrick & Johanna Busse, immigrants from Hanover, Germany, walked to the end of Milwaukee Avenue with their four sons and two daughters, seeking personal freedom, opportunity, and rich black earth. They found all three in Elk Grove Township.
Learn more about the romantic history of this beautiful Dutch Colonial manor. Located in the “founders” section of the new 1920’s city of Mount Prospect, the home was originally built for the mayor’s daughter in 1929.