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    G A R    
I am searching for information on my 3gr grandfather Michael Cassell. Here in Iowa we have photos of the men who were members in the G.A.R. for this county. Michael was a member of Dunham Post, No. 141, G.A.R. and was hoping someone might know where I could write to inquire about the records kept from this group.
Connie Miller
Monday, April 01, 2002 3:21 PM




    GASWAY    
Thomas Jefferson Gasaway b/ ca 1837. died 1908 Macon Co., Il. m/Sarah Martin 1859 in Logan Co. Need info on this family.
Betty Buchanan Martin
Saturday, May 25, 2002 10:47 AM




    GAITHER    
I have information that my father was born in Macon County. His social security record says he was born in Decatur on 7/26/1917 to Thomas Estel Gaither and Edith Marie Smull. She was born December 14, 1892 in Moweaqua, IL to W.W. and Hanna Baker Curry Smull. Her obits said that she was taken to Hodges and Stein Funeral Home in Moweaqua and buried in Macon, IL. I am trying to find more information on his parents. Can anyone help me?
Betty
Sunday, December 31, 2000 10:06 PM




    GARRETT    
we are looking for information on my husband's g.f. & ggf. gf: Drew Albert Garrett b. 1883 around Harristown, Il. M. Mary Etta Fyke. Drew's father was William Garrett m. Laura Henderbridge - when ?? Any help would be appreciated. Info I have taken from death certificate.
jaci
Thursday, May 25, 2000 6:53 PM




    GARRISON    
GARRISON, Ira and Eva lived Decatur, Macon Co., in 1930's. They had four daughters, Irene, Betty, Mabel and Cora Mae. Would like information on marriage of the daughters and also date of their death. In obits for their parents, Eva died 1934, Ira in 1940, married name for Irene is Holston and Holster; Betty is married to a Wingate; Mable is married to a McWilliams, Cora Mae not married. Would like to make contact with any descendants. Thanks in advance for any help.
Nancy A. Sanden
Saturday, April 29, 2000 10:04 PM




    GARVIN    
My great grandparents, Legrande Sylvester Harrington and Mary Ann Garvin, married in Macon County, IL on September 17, 1874. I am seeking information on either the Harrington or Garvin families in Macon County, between 1850 and 1891. I know they had several children while living on a farm called the "Dobker Place". My grandmother, Alta M. Harrington, was their fourth child. She started school at "Prairie Chapel" school. When she was 8-10 years old, they moved to a farm in Benton County, Indiana. I would appreciate any assistance you could give. Thank you.
Martha Mullins
Monday, July 01, 2002 5:06 PM




    GERK    
I am looking for information on a Martha Gerk, born around 1882, died August 26, 1904. She lived in Decatur, Macon County, Il. She married Harry Stedman, July 30, 1903. Thank you.
Darlene Paslaski
Tuesday, April 18, 2000 10:03 PM




    GILL    
I am looking for information on my grandfather, Harry Gill. I'm not sure if he was born in Macon co. or not, He may have been born in Springfield but I'm not sure what county that would be in, however, I do know that my father, Phillip Leroy Gill was born in Decatur, Macon Co. Ill. in 1914. Any information that you can get for me would be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
Phil Gill
Saturday, March 11, 2000 9:35 PM




    GORIN    
Total frustration on one's family tree. I am stuck in Decatur, surely wish I still lived close! I am looking for the parentage of one Mary JOHNSON. I have no birthdate on her; she married in Decatur on 28 July 1831 to our Dr. William Bartley Gorin. She died in Louisiana, Pike, MO 10 Jan 1846 where the family had moved later.

With a name like Johnson, before anyone was shown on the census except head of household ... I am totally lost. I hate to have my daughter's pedigree chart end abruptly there! She was likely born about 1810 or earlier. I know of the marriage but don't have any permission slips or anything. Do any of you tie in with this lonely lady? I would appreciate ANY help anyone can give - I have a copy of the family Bible but alas Mary didn't make it! Thanks so much.
Col. Sandi Gorin
Monday, December 16, 2002 2:07 PM




    GRAHAM    
I seek any information on John Graham who was born in Ireland and removed then to Scotland for a period in the early 1850s, then to Shoemaker, PA and on to LaSalle Cty, IL. He died in Decatur, Macon Cty, IL March 22, 1888. He was hospitalized for "black lung" at the time. His wife, Mary McCloskey, was also born in Ireland and was with him in Scotland. They had at least two daughters born there: Anna 1855, and Alice about 1849. Anna married Robert Garrett Ferriter in LaSalle Cty, IL in 1873, and Alice married Mathew Costello in 1870 in McLean Cty, IL. I believe there were more children but I do not have information on them. Mary died in Custer Cty, NE but her body was shipped back to Decatur to lie beside her husband. John and Mary McCloskey Graham are my GGgrandparents.
Audrey Annable Franklin
Friday, August 10, 2001 1:16 PM




    GROSVENOR / EDWARDS    
I am looking for burial, marriage or other vital or biographical information on a Hiram or Catherine (Kate) GROSVENOR who were listed as living in Argenta, Macon County, IL in the 1860 IL Census. Their name in this census was butchered by the census taker, as was usually the case with this surname, and it was recorded as GROSENON and they were listed as living in Dwelling No. 1120-Family No. 1130 in this census. Hiram GROSVENOR supposedly died ca. 1863, probably in IL but we do not know where he is buried or the cause of his death. Catherine's eldest daughter, Lucy, was married to Rev. John Wesley EDWARDS and she died in 11 Jan 1868 and she is buried in Friend Creek Cemetery, Argenta, IL. Thank you.
John R. Clarke
Sunday, March 12, 2000 8:32 PM




    GRUBEL    
I am trying to find out information on my grandfather, Benjamin Franklin Grubel. He was born in Decatur, Macon, IL. He is the son of Edward August Grubel (born about 1850 in Germany) and Sarah Emily McGorray (born about 1850 in the US). He had 5 siblings. They are: Mollie (b: 1878 in IL); Daisy (b: 1880 in IL); Edward Alexander (b: 1883 in IL); Earl Kruse (b: 1887 in IL); and Margaret (aka: Dolly) (b: 1889 in IL). Edward August Grubel had possibly 8 siblings: I belileve them to be the following: Paul (Karl?) who was a manager of Rienza on Lake Michigan near Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL: Alma (Emma) no other data: Herman who married and lived in Chicago: Minnie (Minna) Kruse who was married and had children. No hard data: William (Wilhelm) who was married and moved frequently. he was a cigar maker. No hard data: Frank who lived in Springfield, MO: Ernst (Ernest) no other data. These would have all been born in Germany. I believe in Grafenhainichen which is no longer in existence but is located near what is now Leipzig. Does any of this sound familiar. If so, can you please help? Thank you,
Erika Lawson
Sunday, February 04, 2001 11:31 PM




    HACKNEY    
Please, I hope someone can help me. I have just started searching my father's ancestry, but everywhere I go to search I keep getting screens that say no data. I know my father was born in Decatur, IL. the following information is all I have. Name: Clarence Thomas Hackney, Father: Thomas Hackney, Mother: Ella Hackney. DOB: June 18, I think he was born in 1910 or 1911. He was 10 years older than my mother and she was born in 1921. Siblings Names: Ralph, Ellis, Harold, Charles, Grace. Any information that anyone would have that would help me I would appreciate hearing from you.
Sherry Bunton
Thursday, May 17, 2001 11:27 PM




    HALE    
William HALE (abt 1831- bef. 1910) married Leticia WICKS, born about 1847. They had at least two children Louise A. HALE, born about 1862, and Harry V. Hale, born about 1870. Is anyone reseaching this family?
Bart Gripenstraw
Friday, August 03, 2001 12:00 AM




    HARBERT    
My grandfather came from Macon, Illinois (Decatur). His name was Lewis Harbert, born April 7, 1869 in Decatur, IL. His father's name was Henry and he had at least one younger brother named Andrew who was also born in Decatur, IL a few years after Lewis. I can find no information on them in the census. Any information please contact me.
Darlene
Saturday, December 01, 2001 9:11 PM




    HARDEN    
Looking for any relatives of Almyra Hicks who married George Harden in Macon Co.
Marianne
Sunday, September 09, 2001 4:04 PM




    HARMAN    
Seeking info on parents of Lewis/Louis Franklin Harman (b. 1863 and d. 1945 in Decatur). He married Ollie Green. Child is William M. Harman born in 1896 in Argenta. Thanks
Tim & Karen Hurt
Thursday, December 28, 2000 10:52 PM




    HARRINGTON    
My great grandparents, Legrande Sylvester Harrington and Mary Ann Garvin, married in Macon County, IL on September 17, 1874. I am seeking information on either the Harrington or Garvin families in Macon County, between 1850 and 1891. I know they had several children while living on a farm called the "Dobker Place". My grandmother, Alta M. Harrington, was their fourth child. She started school at "Prairie Chapel" school. When she was 8-10 years old, they moved to a farm in Benton County, Indiana. I would appreciate any assistance you could give. Thank you.
Martha Mullins
Monday, July 01, 2002 5:06 PM




    HARRY    
I am searching for information on the family of Benjamin Harry who died in Montana in 1915. His obituary says he was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic in Decatur, Illinois where he spent many years of his life. He was survived by seven children, including John H. Harry who was a train engineer on the Wabash between Decatur and St. Louis, a daughter Lillian Stollard Rose of Montana, and a son James Harry of Montana.
Jack McRae
Wednesday, April 04, 2001 3:33 AM




    HASTINGS    
I'm trying to find out information about my great grandfather, Stephen Henry Hastings, born in Northfield. Mass. in 1855 and moved to Illinois in 1870. The partial obituary column that I have indicates that his funeral was at home and officiated by D.R. Underwood of Sanner Chapel...but no date of death...no listing of parents names just a mention of a sister... Martha Pierce of Athol, Mass. Burial in the North cemetery. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.
Steven M. Hastings
Sunday, April 22, 2001 7:31 PM




    HELM    
HELM, HELMS, REA, HUTSONPILLAR
I'm looking for parents, siblings and other descendants of Guy HELM who came to Oakly Twp, Macon County IL in 1832 with his wife Anna. The 1850 Macon County census lists household #524, Guy HELMS, age 47, with his wife Margaret, age 37, (possibly a second wife, Margaret REA, married in 1847 or 1848), both born in VA, with children Margaret (age 19, b OH), Elizabeth (age 17, born IL), Marcus (?) D.F. (male, age 15, b IL), Edward R (age 12, b IL), Martin V.B. (age 10, b IL), Mary (age 3, b IL), and Andrew J. (age 8 months, b IL).

Other possibly related HELM/HELMS families in the 1850 census: Household # 548 - Benjamin Franklin HELM (age 41, b VA) and wife Emely Roberts ALTOM (age 35, b KY), and Martha F HELM, age 19, b KY, relationship to Benjamin and Emely unknown. They are living three households from James REA, his wife Hannah HUTSINPILLAR, and their children, several of whom were born in Ohio.
Cheryl Helm
Thursday, February 10, 2000 7:58 PM




    HENDERSON    
I am looking for info on my Grandmother's siblings who lived in Decatur in the early 1900s. FANNIE HENDERSON ESTES; CLARA HENDERSON GRAY MEISENHELTER; JOHN EDWARD HENDERSON.
Laneholly@aol.com Sunday, January 16, 2000 8:46 AM




    HERRING    
My ggrandparents Charles Herring and Anna E. (Nancy) Howerton Herring lived in Macon Co. and were married in Macon Co. Their children were Carl, Mildred (my grandmother), Ella, Emma and Geroge. I have no futher background on the Herring family except a couple of census without Anna in them and Charles Herring death certificate. It says he was born in New York December 5, 1856 and died October 29, 1931. If anyone connects with this family, I would love to find out more on them!! Thank you.
Frances Good
Friday, April 20, 2001 5:48 PM




    HETTINGER    
I am trying to locate where my father's family settled after 1910 census. The family name is Hettinger. The brothers names were: Henry, Walter, George, Arthur (my father) and Lewis. I believe they settled and farmed in or around Decatur. Thanking you kindly.
Connie Hettinger Vassallo
Wednesday, March 15, 2000 1:14 PM




    HETTINGER    
I list my grandfather Luther Hettinger as having lived in or near Decatur, IL and he was buried in Decatur. De died July 1, 1953 and was born 9/23/1864. He had a family with Pearl ? in Ross Co., OH and in IL (?) his spouse was Luella Cummings who was born 2/18/1879, died 5/4/1909. Next spouse was Mary Blackford buried at Decatur, IL 4 children: son, Mink - Buried Farmer City, IL., son, Perry spouse Ola, son Bill (William). Houseful of kids, but no info., daughter Mary spouse Frank Ellis - buried at Monticello, IL. Any other information would be most appreciated.
Constance Hettinger Felice Vassallo
Thursday, June 29, 2000 1:32 PM




    HICKMAN    
I am looking for my great grandparents, David Hickman and Frances Kinnear McPherson Hickman. They moved to Decatur, IL sometime between August 1869 when they were married in Pickaway County, OH and 1870 when the census was taken. David appears there as being married, age 43, and originally from VA. My grandmother,Maud Hickman, was born in Decatur DEC. 3 , 1870. When she was about three and one half years old,Maud's mother,Frances,died and Maud was taken by her father to Circleville,OH to be raised by the Sewell Nightengale family. Maud never saw her father again. Are there burial records for either of my great grandparents in Decatur? Are there any land records? Thanks for your help.
Allan Jones
Thursday, February 14, 2002 11:06 AM




    HICKS    
Looking for any relatives of Almyra Hicks who married George Harden in Macon Co.
Marianne
Sunday, September 09, 2001 4:04 PM




    HIGGINS    
HIGGINS, EDWARD, born in Ireland Feb 1864, married KATHERINE DECOURCY, Decatur, Illinois 1896-98? and lived there the rest of their lives. KATHERINE DECOURCY was born in Harristown, Illinois January 1868 and may havehad a sister named Mary who married a LEWIS SKELLY. EDWARD was first married to MARGARET FLYNN and together had a daughter, Aileen born in 1894. Margaret apparently died in birth. EDWARD may have had a brother, FRANK, and a sister MOLLIE (whose married name may have been RYAN), also living in Decatur. EDWARD and KATHERINE died in the late 1940s or early 1950s and are buried in Calvary Cemetary, Decatur. EDWARD was a Wabash engineer.
Pat Jones
Thursday, October 19, 2000 4:22 PM




    HILBRANT    
I am looking for any information on S.O. Hilbrant, b. 1844 in Bodkin, OH, d. 1918 in Argenta, married to Jaminia Elliott, b. 6/22/1850 in Bodkin, OH, d. 1939 in Argenta. Also any info on Elmer Hilbrant married to May Garver.
Click Here
Tuesday, April 11, 2000 10:25 PM




    HILL    
I'm looking for information on my Paternal great grandmother, Mary Jane Hill. In the Macon County 1880 census she is single and living with a family in Decatur as a domestic servant. According to the 1880 and 1900 censuses she should have been born in 1860. But her death certificate says she was born in 1854. Any help is appreciated. In the 1900 Decatur, Macon County census she has married my great grandfather Alonzo Card, and they have an 18 year old son, John. Thanks or any help.
Andy Cartier
Wednesday, October 10, 2001 10:19 AM




    HILL    
HILL, JEMIMA: Looking for burial information for Jemima HILL. Jemima's maiden name was BLANKENSHIP. She married Edward HILL in Mecklenburg Co., VA in 1802. She appears in 1830 Macon Co. census as head of household with some children. I have not been able to find her death date or place of burial. Any help would be appreciated.
Helen in Idaho
Wednesday, May 31, 2000 11:41 PM




    HILL    
Looking for this Hill family, found in the 1860 Census of Macon County, IL, Newburg (Dowling Post Office) Dwelling No. 1446 Family No. 1461
Person #25 Mary Furgerson, 43F, Occupation Farming Value of Real Estate 8000 Personal Property 650 born in Ohio,
#26 Thomas Hill 22M Personal Property 200 born Ohio,
#27 John Hill 18M born Ohio,
#28 Louisa J. 14F born Ohio,
#29 James M. 12M born Ohio,
#30 Mary E 9F born Ohio,
#31 Almira 7F born Ohio,
#32 Cordelia 4F born IL.
John Carlton Hill (#27)and sister, Cordelia Grace Hill (#3) moved to Jewell Co. KS. Cordelia married Joseph Olena. John married Adeline ? "Agenta" was given as Cordelia's birthplace.
mariahnp
Wednesday, March 08, 2000 2:30 PM




    HOLLIS    
Allison Joseph Hollis was born April 17, 1879 in Macon Co. Ill and died on April 12, 1952 in Chillicothe, Ohio, Ross County. Allison was married to Elizabeth Cecilia Sarah Kaltenback born Oct 27, 1882 in Chillicothe, Ohio, Ross County and died Jan 23, 1943 in Chillicothe, Ohio, Scioto Township, County Ross. I'm looking for information on Allison Joseph Hollis.Thank you.
Mary Johnson Granddaughter of Allison Joseph Hollis.
Sunday, September 10, 2000 5:22 PM




    HOLMBERG    
I would like to enter the name Helmer Holmberg, b. 3-12-1904 d. 1-11-1988 in Decatur, Macon County Illinois. Long time retired railroad worker. Looking for info on this person. I am sure he was married but do not have any names. He is a relative of mine. I would like an obit or any info available.Thanks
Jerry Longstrom
Monday, July 02, 2001 7:24 PM




    HORN    
Searching for the Horn family. Elizabeth Horn was born in Tuscarawas County, Ohio in June 1844. Her parents MAY have been William and Sarah Horn (still trying to verify this). Also possible siblings may be Daniel, Rebecca, Mary, Nancy, Sarah, Isaac). There again, I cannot verify. Elizabeth Horn married Elias Burg in Moultrie County May 1863. They lived in Macon and he died in 1871. She then remarried John Waite in 1873 in Macon County. Trying to find her parents, siblings.
Betty Waite Myers
Saturday, October 12, 2002 1:35 PM




    HOWSE / HOUSE    
I am looking for the death/burial information for Clark M. HOWSE/HOUSE and/or Jemima HOWSE/HOUSE. They probably died after 1853. I have checked the cemeteries that are listed on the Macon Co., site and they do not show up in any of them. Any help would be appreciated.
Helen in idaho
Thursday, September 28, 2000 4:38 PM




    HULLINGER    
Catherine F Wykles married George Chance in OH 1831, was widowed and remarried Hiram Hullinger in 1851 in Niantic. I am seeking information on Catherine and her children by both men. I am descended from her daughter, Annie Chance.
Darlene
Wednesday, July 31, 2002 8:50 PM




    HUMPHREY    
I am a US soldier stationed in Bosnia, and in my off-duty time, I am researching the wartime experiences of a group of 350 American POWs whom the Germans sent to a Nazi slave labor camp at Berga an der Elster, Germany in early 1945. Private First Class (Pfc.) Richard J. Humphrey, a soldier from Decatur, Illinois, was among the 350 American POWs at Berga. Pfc. Humphrey died there, and is buried in Graceland cemetery. Would you know of any one in your area who could help me find the next-of-kin of Pfc. Humphrey. I know he had a sister named Katherine Humphrey Henry who lived in Decatur. I would like to contact Pfc. Humphrey's next-of-kin for biographical information on him as well for any information they have about his death.
Mack C. O'Quinn, Jr.
Wednesday, January 03, 2001 6:31 PM




    HUNT    
I am looking for information of on THOMAS EDGAR HUNT born March 28, 1888 in Iowa. Died in mid 1950s in Decatur Illinois. Wifes name GOLDIE, had one daughter CHRISTINE. Had one brother WILLIS CLINTON HUNT, and a half sister BEULAH GRANBY SMITH. He was employed at A.E. Staley Starch for many years. I am trying to fill some gaps in the family history!!
Fran Hunt
Thursday, April 20, 2000 10:53 AM




    HUNT    
Born 3-28-1888 near Albia Iowa. His wife was named Goldie and they had a daughter named Christine. He lived in Decatur Illinois for many years. He was employed at Staley Starch and was active in city matters. He died in the mid 1950's. My father Willis Clinton Hunt was his brother and I am anxious to find more about the family.
Douglas E. Hunt Sr.
Sunday, April 09, 2000 8:34 PM




    HURST    
Looking for census info for Albert Hurst and wife Jennie for 1900, 1910, 1920 if available for Blue Mound, Macon Co., Pleasant View Twp. He was a teacher. Married Jennie in 1881 at Blue Mound. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Dennis Roll
Thursday, November 14, 2002 1:16 PM




    JANVRIN    
I am looking for information on the JANVRIN family from Seabrook or Hampton NH who settled in Warrensburg 1867-1869. Father: Emery; Wife: Theresa Marie BLAKE (my 2nd great grandaunt); children (b. in Seabrook or Hampton NH); George P., Hattie A.; Leston L.; William H.; Harrison H; and children (b. in Warrensburg) Mary M, Charles E., Luella E., Frank K., Grace K. Beyond the birthdates, I have not found any information on the JANVRIN children.
Tom Lally
Wednesday, April 25, 2001 11:33 PM




    JENKINS    
Looking for any Jenkins in Macon Co. that Kin to John Jenkins. He died 10/5/1924, buried in the Salem Cem in Decatur, IL. His dad is Newton Jenkins.
PRIDDYKY57@mchsi.com
Wednesday, March 13, 2002 5:13 AM




    JENKINS    
Looking for information on William Early Jenkins born 1871 in Virginia, wife Rose, daughter Rosella and son Francis. William was living in Dectur, Macon Co, Ill in 1930.
Tom Jenkins
Saturday, January 04, 2003 11:14 AM




    JOHNSON    
Total frustration on one's family tree. I am stuck in Decatur, surely wish I still lived close! I am looking for the parentage of one Mary JOHNSON. I have no birthdate on her; she married in Decatur on 28 July 1831 to our Dr. William Bartley Gorin. She died in Louisiana, Pike, MO 10 Jan 1846 where the family had moved later.

With a name like Johnson, before anyone was shown on the census except head of household ... I am totally lost. I hate to have my daughter's pedigree chart end abruptly there! She was likely born about 1810 or earlier. I know of the marriage but don't have any permission slips or anything. Do any of you tie in with this lonely lady? I would appreciate ANY help anyone can give - I have a copy of the family Bible but alas Mary didn't make it! Thanks so much.
Col. Sandi Gorin
Monday, December 16, 2002 2:07 PM




    JOHNSON    
WE are looking for the decedents of James Madison Johnson and his wife Sarah Nave Johnson. Martha E. born 1846 married first Austin Daly then Aaron Keller. James W. Johnson married Jennie Sprague in 1870, Julia Johnson married Theodore Broackway in 1861 and Josephus was born 1853. Sarah must have died and James married again a Nancy James and had more children. Any help is appreciated.
Marianne
Sunday, December 16, 2001 12:33 PM




    JOHNSON    
I am looking for the parents' names of SAMUEL WASHINGTON JOHNSON born April 21, 1866 in Macon County. I believe they may have been a Steven and Ann. Samuel Washington later married Flora Ellen SPHAR in Shelby County in 1890 and migrated to Alva, Oklahoma where he died in 1941.
DeAnna Wright
Thursday, March 01, 2001 11:32 AM




    JOHNSON    
We are looking for James Madison Johnson & Sarah Nave from TN who moved to Decatur. Found who we thought in them in 1850 Macon Co. then in 1860 pg. 66 it had James with children and a Nancy as wife. Then in next census we found Nancy with children. Does anyone know if this is the correct James & Sarah Johnson who came from TN. Thanks
Marianne
Tuesday, September 12, 2000 7:33 PM




    JOHNSON    
Irvin L. Johnson married Letita P. Johnson on Jan. 30, 1868 in Macon Co. Seek the names of their parents. Thank you.
Dinah McDonald
Saturday, June 17, 2000 2:41 AM




    JOHNSON    
I am looking for information on the Carl Johan Johnson/Johanson Family. Carl was a farmer near Oreana from 1900-1915 Whitimore Twnsp. Some time after 1915 he moved to Decatur with a son Carl Ora. His wife was Clara Christina Carlson. His children were Algot, Albin, Jennie, Carl Ora, Leonard & Elmer. Thank you for any help that you could be.
Lesley Johnson
Friday, April 14, 2000 2:46 AM




    JOHNSON    
I am in need of information on my father's family. My father was Carl Lincoln Johnson, bd 02/12/09 in Decatur, to Elmer F. and Madge Hughes Johnson. My gr-grandfather's name was Charley J. or C.J. Johnson and I believe his wife's name was Clara Carlson. Any information or leads you may provide me on this family will be most appreciated. Thank you in advance for your trouble.
Miriam Johnson Mason
Thursday, February 17, 2000 4:44 AM




    JOHNSON    
I am looking for the descendants of Joseph Johnson and Matilda Watlington Johnson. They were born in Tennessee and moved to Decatur Ill in 1920's. He was the brother of my grandfather William Walter Johnson. They seemed to have droped off the face of the earth. Now doing the family tree project for the clan we are wondering where they all could be? Joseph and Matilda are buried in the Graceland cemetery in Decatur. Their children were: Florence, Emma, Curtis, Eugene, Anna Mae, Minnie. these people were all born between about 1901-1915 so I'm really looking for their children-Joseph and Matilda's grandchildren. I have several photos of them in the early 1900's and info they might like to have about their Tennessee connections. Thank You for your time.
Gourd1@aol.com
Friday, January 28, 2000 8:59 AM




    JUMP    
I am looking for information about Samuel Jump, born April 5, 1816 in Delaware, died 1866 in Macon Co., and is buried in Wrights Grove Cemetery. Also his wife Sarah Ann (Murphy) Jump, born Nov. 20, 1815 in Delaware, died 1883 in Macon Co., and is buried in the same cemetery. Are there any Jumps in the Macon County history? Any information is appreciated.
Kelly
Wednesday, September 22, 2094 4:39 PM





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