Looking for information Patrick Gibbons [1831, South Carolina-1891, Audrain County, Missouri] and Anna O'Malley Gibbons [1834, County Mayo, Ireland-1924, Audrain County. Missouri]. Do not have Patrick Gibbons' father's name.He returned to Ireland when his wife died. Mother: Betty DeRacque [spelling uncertain] Gibbons[died in South Carolina before 1844]. Patrick and Anna Gibbons were married in Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa in August 1857. Anna O'Malley [1834, County Mayo, Ireland-1924, Audrain County, Missouri] was the daughter of Doctor William O'Malley and Mary Walsh O'Malley. The O'Malley family came to the USA in 1842 to Geneva, Ontario County, New York. Doctor O'Malley died about 1844. Possibly in Macoupin. Patrick and Anna Gibbons lived in Macoupin 1862-1869. Three daughters were born in Macoupin County near Shipman: Ellen [1862-1918], Margaret [1864-1943], and Sarah Ann Gibbons [1867-1930].Have all facts on Patrick and Anna Gibbons two sons and five daughters. Would like any information on Anna O'Malley Gibbons and Patrick Gibbons family in Macoupin County, Illinois..
I am in need of any information on the marriage of John Johnson and Nettie Dupy on March 24, 1892, Volume 2, Page 112, License 4081. Is this John Johnson, John Sanford Johnson and is Nettie Dupy, Mattie Dupy?
1850 - John W. and Sarah C. HUGHES were enumerated in the household of Joseph HAWKINS on the Jersey Co., IL Census. 1860 - John W. and Sarah C. HUGHES were enumerated on the census in Lamar Co., TX with their three children (Perry, Josiah, and Fanny) as well as Emiline HAWKINS. 1861 - John W. HUGHES died intestate in TX. Someone in Macoupin Co. owed him money. Sarah and the children moved back to Macoupin Co., IL. about 1863 or 1864. William W. Botkin was chosen as the Administrator of John HUGHES' estate. Probate papers state that John W. and Sarah C. HUGHES resided in Maccoupin County between 1850 and 1860. Sarah and all her children but Fanny are buried in Macoupin County. What happened to Fanny? Who were the parents of John W. HUGHES? I would appreciate any help with this family. Thanks.
I have come across an old postcard that I thought someone might like to have. It is a picture of of several adults and a couple or three kids on the front porch of a house. The notation on the back says: Girard, Ill, Jan, 1, '09, Dear Friend, This is the picture of our house and our family. What do you think of it? No doubt you will be surprised to hear from me. (signed) Maude Young. If anyone out there is related to this family, you are welcome to have this postcard.
I have come across a birth announcement in some old things from my grandmother's house. If anyone out there is related to this family, you are welcome to have it. Walter Elmer Roberts, born to Mr. and Mrs. B.(Boyd) S. Roberts, December 5, 1911. 10 1/2 pounds (wow!) Mailed from Nilwood on Dec. 7, 1911 to Lowder, Illinois. It is in the form of a postcard and has a one-cent stamp on it.
Hello, I am researching Oliver and Hannah FOSTER who moved to Illinois in 1818 from Maine. They settled in Madison Co and Oliver Jr formed the town of Fosterberg. I am a descendant of Oliver and Hannah by: James Monroe FOSTER b. 10/18/1818 Pennsylvania on the way to Ill. m Eliza Jane WOOD John Francis FOSTER b 8/11/1848 Plainview Macoupin Co. m Josephine WYRAM John Francis FOSTER b 11/18/1887 Plainview Macoupin Co. m Sadie DOOLIN 4/6/1910 in Texas Fred Monroe FOSTER b 10/30/1818 Fort Worth Texas m Ellen RICHARDSON Fred Monroe FOSTER, Jr b 4/11/1948 in Denver Colorado this is me. I am also researching the parents of Sadie May DOOLIN also of Plainview. Her parents were Mike DOOLIN and Elizabeth Ann ELDER. Their other children were: daughter Ollie; daughter Fern; daughter Perl; son John; son Mike; and son Roy. I would appreciate any information you have on either the Foster's or the Doolin's. Thanks in advance for your help. Fred
I'm looking for information on Robert Forrester. He was married to Ellen Crum and they had three children, William, Charles, and Joseph. They are both buried in the Crum Cemetery. He is a relative, but I just can't seem to tie him in. Any help you may offer will be greatly appriciated.
Great-Great Grandparents Edmund Carroll & Christine Quinlan, b. about 1800. Came to US during Irish potato famine and settled with family in Bunker Hill, Illinois. Have visited area, looking for info on their date of death & burial site. Listed in 1855 Illinois Census TWP 7 Range 8. Supposedly donated site to Bunker Hill Catholic Church for cemetery. Visited old St. Mary's cemetery...could not find them
I am responding to a querry posted February 17, 1998 by Mike Foster %Cindy Leonard. My great-great-great grandmother was Nancy England born 1813 and married William Hunt born 1806. Nancy and Williama re buried in Marion County, Iowa. Nancy England father was JOhn England and Mother was Linnie Hall. I live in Marion County, Iowa and I looked up in the Marion County cemetery book and in Gosport Cemetery 'Millen, Lucinda, wf 16 June 1825 - 7 Dec 1893; John 19 Aug 1815 - 17 Apr 1869' I think we have a connection.
Looking at the Caudle, Arnold, and Banning families of Macoupin and Greene Counties and their relationships. I had a quiery earlier about Lemuel Banning who married Mary Angeline Caudle dau of Isham and Sarah Arnold Caudle (m. jan 22, 1843 in Greene Co., Ill) There are several Arnolds, Caudles, and Lemuel Banning and Benoi Banning buried in Land's Cemetery. I recently heard from Bill of St. Louis whose direct ancestor was a brother of Lemuel Banning. He had that Lemuel and Mary Angeline Caudle Banning had two daughters both who appeared to have Arnold as a last name..I suspect it was a middle name since that was their mother's maiden name. Bill and I are interested in hearing from anyone from this Banning, Arnold, Caudle Connection. I am grateful to Julie Claussen (my distant cousin on both Mother and Dad's sides from ancestors of Macoupin,Greene, and Morgan)for posting her listing of those buried at Land's Cemetery although it is not complete...probably because from time to time, stones have been stolen or distroyed. I have an incomplete listings of a few Caudle and Emmons burials there from stones I saw in Land's Cemetery in the 60's.
I am trying to find information on the CUMMINGS of Greene County, Illinois. Our great great great grandfather was Jacob Cummings who married Elizabeth Dimmick. He was born abt. 1800 in either Virginia or Kentucky. Their children are: Mahala, Catherine, William, Jacob, Noah Jackson, Henry Newton, George W. and possibly a Hezekiah. Any information you might have would be greatly appreciated. Our great great grandfather was Henry Newton who left there in 1894 and brought his family to Oklahoma. Some of the brothers and sisters remained behind as they were older and married by then.
I am looking for the place of death of Julia A. (Covington) Mithchell who died May 16, 1900 and was married to Joseph Mithchell. She is buried in Morrisonville. Any info on an obit or funeral records would be appercited.
Hi, I am Looking for Rueben Graham Jr. he was born about 1903 in Virden, Macoupin County, IL. He married Hazel Van Atten abt. 1926. Rueben was a Sells man most of his life. He and Hazel lived in the Springfield, IL. It is believed that Rueben died in Springfield, IL. around 1970. Can someone do a Obituary look-up on Rueben Graham Jr. or Hazel VanAttan Graham. Rueben's parents were Rueben Graham SR. and Laura Belger Graham.
Searching for descendants of SAMUEL FOX. He was born 18 August 1845, in England, probably Derbyshire. His parents were Thomas and Ann Fox (born circa 1821). In about 1860, the family left England and settled in Plymouth Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, they bought land in the township. Thomas died by 1870. Ann remarried between 1860 and 1870, and was widowed again. She appears in the 1870 Census for Plymouth Township as Ann DANIELS, widow, living with her bachelor sons David and William FOX, and her recently widowed daughter, Mary Ann PERKINS; as well as her Perkins Grandchildren. Samuel does not appear on the 1870 Pennsylvania Census. In 1878, Samuel is listed as a property owner in Braidwood, Reed Township, Will County, Illinois. His occupation is given as miner. His brother David was a miner in Pennsylvania. His late brother-in-law, Henry Perkins, had been a miner in Illinois. By 1906, Samuel settled in Virden, Macoupin County, Illinois. He died in 1919 and is buried in Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, Sangamon County, Illinois. Samuel FOX married Sarah BAILEY. She was born 1853, in England and died 1938, in Illinois. She is burned in Auburn Cemetery. They had at least 9 children: LAURA FOX, WILLIAM H. FOX (1874-1929, buried Auburn) married Theresa E. (Unknown)(1885-1959, buried Auburn), had daughter Wilma Fox (1907-1975, buried Auburn); ZATHAN FOX; FANNIE FOX; GEORGE B. FOX (1884-1969, buried Auburn) married Eva L. (Unknown) (1891-1979, buried Auburn); SADIE FOX (17 June 1886, in Illinois-10 August 1919, death certificate places death in Virden, buried Auburn) she never married; SAMUEL FOX; CLARA FOX, may be the daughter who married James ARCHIBALD, had daughter LaClare Archibald; and JAMES FOX. I have information on Pennsylvania branch of the Fox family both through Samuel's brother, David Fox, who is my great-great grandfather; and through Samuel's sister Alice Fox Perkins Rodgers. I also have information on Samuel's brother William Fox, who settled in Braceville, Illinois.
I have always heard stories about a Wheeler from Scotville having invented the automatic transmission. I have an real old gun that was supposed to have been made by a Wheeler in the mid 1800s. I would be interested in talking with ancestors of either of these two gentlemen
Need information on the following;WILLIAMS, John and wife Martha J., RIFFEY, Peter F., and wife Alice B., DALTON, Nancy., SPRINGER, Dennis, and wife Julia A.(WHITE), GILMARTIN, Anthony and wife Jane E., ENGLAND, Wollard and wife Julia., ENGLAND, Samuel wife Jane. All were connected to the Joseph WHITE family eithor through him and his first wife NATICHIA or his second family and wife Martha Jane WEATHERFORD. Thank You Jo Davis
HELLO, LOOKING FOR INFO ON HOCHMUTH BICYCLE SHOP THAT WAS IN EXISTENCE IN 1917, MAUCOPIN,ILL. THIS BUSINESS WAS USED AS REGISTRATION PLACE FOR MEN GOING INTO WW1. I WANT TO FIND OUT IF MY GGFATHER ROBERT HOCHMUTH WORKED/OWNED THIS BUSINESS. HE WAS MARRIED TO MARY?/MARIE? KRAUSE. THEIR CHILDREN LISTED ARE OTTO, MAX, HARRY, ELSIE, ALFRED. ALFRED WAS BORN IN ILL., REST OF THE MEMBERS WERE BORN IN GERMANY. ON 1900 CENSUS THEY ARE LISTED AS HAVING LIVED ON STATE STREET, THORNTON TOWNSHIP, COOK COUNTY. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO MY E-MAIL IS KAPPYKIDLET1@AOL.COM THANKYOU FOR ANY HELP..
Seeking data on John Rollins/Rawlins who lived in the Macoupin Co., IL area after 1870. He was born abt. 1856 in Logan Co., OH. Don't know if he married. His mother Elizabeth Johnson Rawlins died in Effingham Co., IL in 1913. Thank you, Jeannet
Looking for info. on Clara H SCHUPMAN and Louis E BROCKMILLER, married in Macoupin County. I have only found a marrage licence so far. Several other BROCKMILLER family members from county, in particular Myrtle, Nellie, Hazel who married Carl SCHULTZ, Theodora, Harry, Paul and Truman BROCKMILLER. Any information would be great
Searching for any information on Lewis and Minnie BUSACKER of Macoupin County. In 1882 they had a son, Lewis. But I can't find any more information on them. My ggg grandmother was Minnie BUSACKER. Her daughter, Wilhelmina "Minnie" BUSACKER married Christian KAELKE in Germany and came to America in 1865. Minnie BUSACKER is buried in Dade County, MO not far from Golden City, Barton County and Lockwood, Dade County, MO beside her daughter "Minnie" and her husband Christian. Trying to find Minnie's husband as he is not buried with the other three. Believe he died in IL before they moved to MO. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank You
Our James Carmody fell out of the sky and landed in Nilwood, Macoupin County, Illinois just in time to appear in the 1870 Census with a wife (Bridget A'Hearn) and three children: Mary b. 17 March 1868, Thomas b. 3 April 1869, and Patrick Michael b. 17 December 1869. James was supposidly born 30 January 1829 in Co. Limerick, Ireland and Bridget was supposidly born in Co. Kerry, Ireland sometime thereafter. Bridget appears in the 1870 and 1880 census for Macoupin County and as a witness on an 1896 baptismal certificate but dissapears before the 1900 Census. Her death announcement has not been located in any local newspaper between those two time periods. James was buried in a cemetery in Farmersville, Montgomery Co., IL on 1 Februrary 1916 but the death certificate does not indicate which cemetery. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Dan Dixon
Searching for any information on the parents and siblings for my gg-grandmother, Caroline E. Cummings. She was born in Barr Twp., Macoupin Co., in May 1860. She was not listed in the 1860 census. She married John P. Ruyle (1855-1937) on 17 Aug 1878 in Scottville. Their marriage record does not list any parents for either of them, but I do know that John's parents were Littleton and Nancy Ann (Penix) Ruyle. John & Caroline had the following children: Rosa Anna Belle (1879); James Monroe (1882); twins: Della Louisa (my g-gma) & Nella Louise (1890); John William (1892); Daisy (1894); Moses (1895); David (1898).
I am interested in Archie Bowman Fletcher. b 24 March 1892, Modesto, Macoupin Co., IL Who did he marry in Girard, Macoupin Co., Illinois on 23 March 1908? Any information most welcome. Robert Fletcher email@example.com
hello, I'm still searching for Caswells of Macoupin, Menard and Cass Co's. also please note my new address, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.Thomas Caswell was in the 1850 census Macoupin, then 1860 Menard. also Joshia Caswell he was in Macoupin and several other counties around there starting i think 1840. also Andrew Caswell he married Lucinda Hodges in Macoupin Co. Hope to hear from someone soon. Thanks
Does anyone know how far back obituaries go the newspaper in Macoupin County, IL? What is the name of the newspaper for that County? Is there any one who can do Obituary look-ups? I am looking for a Jesse (James) Graham, who died in June 15, 1906 in Nilwood twps. Macoupin County, IL Is wife Narcissa (Fletchter) Graham died on April 11, 1873 in Nilwood, Macoupin County, IL
I am searching for information on John Love, father of Samuel Love. Samuel was born in 1824 in Macoupin County, but I have been unable to find any information on John except that he came to Illinois in 1812. I am also looking for information on my grandparents, Fred Rowe and Jessie Bernard Rowe. I know nothing about Fred, but I know that Jessie was from Scotland, born in 1880 and died in 1975 in Virden, IL. Any information is appreciated!
Updated surnames 6/16/2001 - GG Grandmother Elizabeth MILLER (MUELLER) was born in Gillespie Macoupin County IL on 16 August 1845. Married Frederick CORDUM from Germany on 18 November 1865 in Alton Madison County IL. Her parents were James MILLER and ? SHERIDAN. Any additional information would be appreciated!
JONES: Seeking information on Edward JONES and wife Agnes (ALLEN?), possibly couple of same name married 1855, Madison Co., IL. On 1860 Bois D'Arc Twp., Montgomery Co. census with daughter Agnes born c. 1856 and son Thomas born c. 1858 and on 1860 tax list same area. Daughter Agnes married/involved with William STERLING and had at least one son Frederick Louis 1879 and possibly Edward born 1876. The younger Agnes died 1881 in Virden of TB (Humphreys & Bedel undertakers), burial place unknown. Boys adopted/taken in by 2 separate families. No other mention of Edward and Agnes and Thomas. Fred was my grandfather, adopted by David Lewis & Nettie (ARNOLD) MOOMAW of Virden, Methodists. Edward taken in by Noah and Susanna (BRUBAKER) WRIGHTSMAN, moved 1888 to Holmesville, Gage Co., NE, Brethren Church family. Edward consistently used surname JONES.
I am looking for information on the Harmon Oliver Tracy family. Harmon Oliver Tracy married 10 Aug 1887, Nilwood, Macoupin Co to Jessie Ann Mantle. Eight of their nine children were born in Macoupin Co. Percy, born 20 Sept 1888; Mayme, born 1889, died young there; Maudie, born 1891, died young there; George, born 1892, died young there; Ruth, born 15 Jan 1894; William, born 20 May 1897; Harmon, born 1898, died young there; Irene, born 5 Aug 1900; Jessie, born 25 Sept 1905, died young there. I would appreciate any help someone could provide. I don't know which cemetery they are buried in but all these children should be together. Thank you very much, Pat Sanders
Looking for information on the family of William E. SMOTHERS b 1847 TN and his wife Nancy Ann WOOD b 1844 IL. They had two children who lived to adulthood: Emory Alston SMOTHERS b 1867 Wayne Co., IL, married Martha Ellen NEHER 1888 in Macoupin Co., IL; and Minnie Della SMOTHERS b 1869 Wayne Co., IL, married William SIMPSON 1892 in Sangamon Co., IL. William E. SMOTHERS at age 52-53 was working as a coal miner in 1900 in Macoupin Co., IL. William was the son of Peter and Lucinda SMOTHERS.
I am searching for any information on a man by the name of Nicholas Polk Queen, b. around 1853 and possibly the son of James Queen. Somewhere along the way it appears he disappeared from the family, and no record of his whereabouts or death are available. If any one has any informantion, I would be grateful. He was married to May Amanda Showers, and he was born in Carlinville. Thank you.
We are looking for birth place of John Jessie Ballinger b. 7 July 1839 ? and died 7 April 1901 at Nilwood, IL Macoupin County. He married Nancy Carolina Williamson 30 Sept 1862 b.29 October 1841 place unknown and died 12 Feb.1929 Nilwood, IL Macoupin County.Fathers name was John Herndon Ballinger born 11th Fed.1812, Kentucky. There is believed to be some connection between this Herndon or relative of this Herndon and Abraham Lincoln in the law practice of same. Any help is appreciated. Thank You. Joyce E. Sage.
Looking for location of "Bethel Baptist Burying Ground at Shaw's Point, Macoupin Co." This is the cemetery listed for the burial of James Cooper b-1812, d-July 5 1879 in Litchfield and buried at the above location on July 6 1879. Had previously been told it was the Bethel Ridge Cemetery....but did a thorough search..not there. Should also have wife Mary Brown Carrico Cooper buried there.
Related to Waring and Blackshaw lines, I have two sisters named Besanceney. Celestine Depoir Besanceney b. 1862 of New Jersey married John William Waring in Palmyra Macoupin Illinois on 13 Feb 1887. Children include Fred and Lucille Waring and possibly another daughter. Kate I Besanceney b.1875 of New Jersey married James Edward Blackshaw 24 May 1894 in Macoupin County. Children are Leonard, Beulah, Genevieve, Nellie, and Joseph. I believe Celestine and Kate are daughters of August Jean Baptiste Constant Besanceney and Mary Ann Miller md. about 1861 of Trenton, New Jersey. Other daughters could be Emma, Lavena, Mary Ella, and Edith...and some brothers. My source is the IGI on this one. Anyone who can connect, I'd appreciate hearing from you. Jerry
"Marcia" (e-mail address in Jul. 2000 is no longer valid) was looking for the marriage (ca 1855-60) of Herman Griggs to Mary Ish (Prosser) Martin (a widow. They lived in Macoupin Co. IL. I found the marriage in the IL marriage data base with Griggs listed as Briggs: Herman Briggs m. Mary J. Martin 23 Dec. 1859 Morgan Co. IL
I am looking for any info on the surnames Kupisch, Klask, Homeier. My father was born on a farm near Staunton on March 29, 1922. His name was Emil Albert Kupisch, born to John and Carolina Kupisch. He was the youngest of 13 kids. My father was orphaned by 1928 and lived with the Homeier's who also took the farm over.
looking for info on hiram hampton...married sarah e. duncan nove, 1833 washington county tennessee..later moved to macoupin county, illinois...if you have this info please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org...thanks
GROVE(S) I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON A FRANK GROVES AND WIFE MARY. THEY WERE IN THE SHIPMAN, MACOUPIN CO., IL AREA ABOUT 1900. CHILDREN: ORVILLE, HOWARD, CLIFFORD, FRANCES, AND MYRTLE. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU ARE WORKING ON THIS SURNAME IN MACOUPIN CO., IL. THIS IS A BRICK WALL FOR ME. CHRIS IN MONTGOMERY CO., IL email@example.com
Am looking for anyone with connections to the McCrellias/McCrellis family, especially to Foster McCrellis, b. 1849 in Pennsylvania, and wife Maggie, b. ca. 1855 in Scotland. They had at least 9 children -- Charles, William, Nellie, Wesley, Frank, James, Earl, Mary, and George -- and resided in Shipman Twp., Macoupin Co., at the time of the 1900 census.
I am looking for any information on William Nobbe and his wife Sophia (Ernest) They were married on April 1, 1882. According to my great grandmother's obituary they were living in Staunton, Il in 1943. Her brothers Henry and Fred was also living there. They have a brother Herman who was living in Bunker Hill along with his sister Kate Bort. Another sister Mary Middlecoff was living in Alton, Il. at this time. Their sister Anna Nobbe Dubbeldee was may great grandmother. Their parents were Casper Henry and Anna Rammermann Nobbe. Thanks for any information. Cindy Ennen firstname.lastname@example.org
Searching for information on the family and descendants of CHARLES WESLEY SMITH, b. 31 Jan 1823 Overton Co., TN, and his wife, MARY DOHERTY, b. 28 Sep 1824 Cumberland Co., KY, who were married 30 Nov 1847 Sangamon Co., IL. They had the following children: Nancy, b. ca. 1849 Morgan Co., IL; Mathias M., b. ca. 1852/1853; Elizabeth, b. ca. 1854/1855; John D., b. ca. 1856/1857; and Mary, b. ca. 1859/1860. The family moved to Macoupin Co. from Morgan Co. before 1880 as they appear in the 1880 Federal census of Shaws Point Twp., Macoupin Co., in 1880.
I am looking for the any information on the DOTY and MURPHY families. My relatives: Sarah Elizabeth Doty, born 9/22/1849 died 1/22/1922 she was married on 11/21/1867 in VIRDEN, Illinois by a Rev. Tarbett to James A. Murphy, born 4/23/1848 died 7/14/1917 Son of William Murphy(1811-1876) and Mary Craig Murphy(1807 - 1884) both born in Ireland. That is all the information I have on any of them. If anyone has any knowledge of this line, I would greatly appreciate the help! Thanks!
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