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1. [IL-CEMETERIES] ISGS Newsletter ~ Online [1]
Announcing! The Illinois State Genealogical Society (ISGS) is celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2008 and as a benefit to researchers and family historians, we are offering our Newsletter free through October 2008! The January/February edition of the ISGS Newsletter is available through a link on the front page of our web site - _http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilsgs/_ (http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilsgs/) . The document is in pdf format. Included in each issue: Informative Articles President's
2. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Perhaps the stones can be retrieved from the town dumping site. Just a thought. Sherry Bradley On 1/9/08 7:54 AM, "Brad Manzenberger" wrote: > Hello List, > > I recently met with the mayor and a town board member from Brooklyn > along with a representative of James and Allen Partners LLC who are > being brought on board by the town and the Brooklyn Historical Society > to restore the Brooklyn community as part of a comprehensive > redevelopment plan. The first project is restoring
3. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Brad, No, I haven't heard any stories about Brooklyn. I'm a sympathizer with those affected, as one of my ancestors stone and the stones of others were damaged by a rampant drive. This was in another cemetery, though in Minnesota. Good luck. Sherry On 1/11/08 7:13 AM, "Stone Revival Cemetery Restoration" wrote: > Hi Sherry, > > It would not surprise me to find some in a dump. I have heard stories of > it in other places. > > Have you heard any specific stories of this happen
4. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Hi Sherry, It would not surprise me to find some in a dump. I have heard stories of it in other places. Have you heard any specific stories of this happening at Brooklyn? Thanks for writing. Brad SA Bradley wrote: > Perhaps the stones can be retrieved from the town dumping site. Just a > thought. > > Sherry Bradley > > > On 1/9/08 7:54 AM, "Brad Manzenberger" wrote: > > >> Hello List, >> >> I recently met with the mayor and a town board member from Brooklyn >> along with a rep
5. [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Hello List, I recently met with the mayor and a town board member from Brooklyn along with a representative of James and Allen Partners LLC who are being brought on board by the town and the Brooklyn Historical Society to restore the Brooklyn community as part of a comprehensive redevelopment plan. The first project is restoring the cemetery on Bend Rd. which is where I come in. The cemetery is an absolute mess. I suspect there have been several headstones hauled away for who knows what purpose. The
6. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Hi Brad Congrats on your project of restoring this old cemetery. Have you tried grave witching to help find the burials to establish the boundaries? Pat ----- Original Message ----- From: "Brad Manzenberger" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 8:54 AM Subject: [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois > Hello List, > > I recently met with the mayor and a town board member from Brooklyn > along with a representative of James and Allen Partners
7. [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Hello List, I recently met with the mayor and a town board member from Brooklyn along with a representative of James and Allen Partners LLC who are being brought on board by the town and the Brooklyn Historical Society to restore the Brooklyn community as part of a comprehensive redevelopment plan. The first project is restoring the cemetery on Bend Rd. which is where I come in. The cemetery is an absolute mess. I suspect there have been several headstones hauled away for who knows what purpose. The
8. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Brooks Cemetery, Brooklyn, Illinois [1]
Hi Pat, I haven't tried that at this cemetery, but have on occasion in other locations. I was skeptical of it at first then I watched someone do it and was amazed. I do it once in a while just for fun. It blows the kids away every time. I think the plan for this cemetery will end up being to use ground penetrating radar and archeology. With the size that we think this place is I might do some testing with the witching compared to the GPR and any digging the archeologist does. I don't know how scient
9. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Hattie RADMORE - somewhere in Illinois by 1960 [1]
Soundex search of SSDI finds: HATTIE RATNER 18 Dec 1889 Nov 1977 (not specified) 07111 (Irvington, Essex, NJ) 138-54-5030 New Jersey Murray Jones wrote: > Good evening from western Canada > > I am looking for my paternal grandmother's sister Harriet "Hattie" (nee WAY) RADMORE. I know nothing more than the fact that she was living in Illinois by 1960. A little of her history follows. > > Thanks for any leads anyone may be able to provide. > > Murray Jones > Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada > > > HATTI
10. look up [1]
Hi List. I am looking for my GGGGrandfathers grave Thomas Lamprell died 1857 La Salle Il also his sons William Lamprell died 4th Jan 1911 Astoria. Charles Lamprell died Jan 31st 1868 Astoria. Thomas Lamprell death unknown living in Astoria. Thank you. Margaret from England.
11. Hattie RADMORE - somewhere in Illinois by 1960 [1]
Good evening from western Canada I am looking for my paternal grandmother's sister Harriet "Hattie" (nee WAY) RADMORE. I know nothing more than the fact that she was living in Illinois by 1960. A little of her history follows. Thanks for any leads anyone may be able to provide. Murray Jones Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada HATTIE (HARRIET MAY) WAY: Tweed, Ontario, Canada marriage records say that Harriet May Way, age 21, spinster, born Tweed, Salvation Army of Tweed, daughter of William E. Way, constabl
12. [IL-CEMETERIES] Nelson Graham [1]
Is there any way to find out if Nelson Graham is buried in Illinois? He was born in Indiana in 1830s and was there until 1870s. I believe the family may have moved to Illinois after that. Then they went to Missouri, but I don't know what happened to Nelson Graham. Any look-ups would be greatly appreciated. Susan Jones
13. [IL-CEMETERIES] IL-CEMETERIES [1]
Can someone verify that my grandmother Pearl Mae Fazenbaker was buried in Valley View Cemetery in Edwardsville, IL. About Oct. 8 1959. Also is she still buried there or removed and reburied some where else perhaps another state. Thanks GJD.
14. [IL-CEMETERIES] KEIFER, RIFE, HASE & WHEATON 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910 census [1]
Can I get a lookup on Keifer, Bathsheba Milford and his family in probably Pulaski County (not sure if this is the right county), Wheaton Family, Rife Family and the Hase(Hayes?) Family of Southern Illinois please? Thank you, Angie Husband: Bathsheba Milford KEIFER Birth: ............................. Place: .................. Emigration: ............................. Place: ................ Death: ............................. Place: ..................... Burial: .........................
15. [IL-CEMETERIES] look up please Collins in Alexander County or counties around the area [1]
I am looking for the death date of : Isaac Collins.......about 1890 and daughter Leonora Collins between 1880 & 1900. In the 1880 census, it shows Leonora Collins age 4, in the 1900 census, she is already passed away. Her dad passed when his son was about 3 yrs old, so he must have died between 1890-1891. Both would be or should be in Alexander County. Can someone do a search? Angie Angela DiBlasi Lewis County MOGenWeb www.rootsweb.com/~molewis/
16. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] help with Byram family [1]
Need a look up for a William Byram Treemont Cemetery in Funks Grove Illinois. McLean County. Hed died in 1849.
17. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] censu of 1870 and a birth lookup in 1880 [1]
Angie: I went to the following URL and put in all the combinations of surnames that you mentioned; interesting!!! http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/cgi-bin/archives/marriage.s These are Illinois marriages and give groom, bride, county, date, volume and page. KEIFER, FRANKLIN R FITCH, MILLY B PULASKI 10/18/1863 1 /5 (There is no other Bath/Bethsheba possibility who married a Keifer in Illinois records on line) LONG, WILLIAM MILFORD, BETHSHEBA PULASKI 05/1
18. [IL-CEMETERIES] KINGSBURY In Winnebago County [1]
I am looking for information on the death and burial of Addison G. Kingsbury who died sometime in 1893 in Winnebago County, Illinois. He was listed in the New Milford township in the census from 1850 to 1880. Also looking for death and burial information on his first wife, Minerva Eddy Kingsbury who died in New Milford twp., Winnebago County, Illinois in 1858. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Susan Price Alexander
19. [IL-CEMETERIES] Campbell, Henson, Anderson, Dunn in 1880, 1900 , 1910 Census lookup [1]
Can someone please so a search for the Campbell children and mother? Father Eli died between 1864 and 1867, probably in Johnson County Ill.....not sure on this. His wife remarried Heson Buncum on Sept 22 1867 in Johnson County Ill. The children of Eli and Martha also married in Johnson County Ill.: Sarah E. Campbell married Peter B. Anderson on Nov 27 1878, Susan A. Campbell married Wesley Dunn on Aug 17 1874 and Eil Grant Campbell married Tempe Vines on March 20 1907. I am looking for any childr
20. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Monmouth Cemetery Warren Co., IL [1]
I am a little confused about the talk about Chicago, Monmouth is not very close to it. I got to thinking about the location I gave to you, it is between Route 34 and Euclid on North 6th Street The address of the office is: 720 North 6th; and the phone is: 309-734-2532. Susan Price Alexander Shellymc2@aol.com wrote: > I did not get any info from the site, except the name River Forest. That > would be easier than Chicago! > > Thanks > Shelly
21. [IL-CEMETERIES] censu of 1870 and a birth lookup in 1880 [1]
John Milford in Pulaski County census lookup please. Also, is there anyone out there that can find the parents of Lily Mae Keifer? She was born Jan 23 1880 in Pulaski County Illinois and died June 28 1959 in Alexander County Illinois. She first married George Rife and then to Enoch Hase. So at death she was Lily Mae Hase. It is said that her mother was Bathsheba Milford and her dad a Keifer. I found Bathsheba married William Long in 5-18-1876 and then to William Henry harrison Wheaton on April 2
22. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Monmouth Cemetery Warren Co., IL [1]
hello Shelly: I spent an entire day on the internet at the ILLINOIS STATE ARCHIVES site. There is wonderful info and I found lists of cemetaries and undertakers either at that site or at a linking site. regards, susan PATT spencer salem, oregon Shellymc2@aol.com wrote: > I have a death certificate from Chicago 1942. It lists the Cemetary as > Irving Park Blvd- gives no name. Any ideas? It does list a funeral home- > McPhee 4611 N Lincoln, Chicago > > Thanks in advance, > Shelly
23. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] e- mail address [1]
Calvary Cemetery 618-656-5464 2910 S State Route 157,Edwardsville, IL 62025-3724 Sunset Hill Memorial Estates 618-656-3220 2900 S State Route 157,Edwardsville, IL 62025-3724 Valley View Gardens-Memory 618-656-0920 1564 Lewis RD,Edwardsville, IL 62025-4112 Woodlawn Cemetary Association 618-656-6309 1400 St Louis St,Edwardsville, IL 62025-1354 did several email searches no luck, but you can call Kent ----- Original Message ----- From: To:
24. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] help with Collins family [1]
I have an Isaac Collins in my line. My Isaac is my Grandfather on my Mothers side. We live in Ill. but Logan county. He married a Martha Jane Trent. It is noted that his parents were Thomas Collins and Mary Jane Vaughn. Do not know much more as I have been trying to find the Shaffer/Shafer/etc. line. If this BY ANY CHANCE connects please let me know. OEShaffer -----Original Message----- From: ADib102684@aol.com To: IL-CEMETERIES-L@rootsweb.com
25. Re: [IL-CEMETERIES] Nelson Graham [1]
on 6/25/01 4:37 PM, Susan Jones at chipper1@cox-internet.com wrote: > Is there any way to find out if Nelson Graham is buried in Illinois? He was > born in Indiana in 1830s and was there until 1870s. I believe the family > may have moved to Illinois after that. Then they went to Missouri, but I > don't know what happened to Nelson Graham. Any look-ups would be greatly > appreciated. > > Susan Jones > Hi Susan, I checked the inventories of the Monroe City, Burksville, Immaculate Conception, St. Franc

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