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1. LANGSTON 1830 TO 1840 [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: LANGSTON, CLARK, PORTER Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/jUC.2ACE/347 Message Board Post: I am seeking information about John LANGSTON who appears in the 1830 census in Morgan county. He is listed with 2 males between 15 and 20. This is one of two LANGSTONS in Morgan county with males in this range. I am seeking the parents of Larkin Bethel LANGSTON, born in 1812 in Tennessee.
2. Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/98.1 Message Board Post: My Great Grandparents are Richard Tuman and Elizabeth Lee married Dec 7th 1868. I have a copy of the marriage certificate. Perhaps it's the one you have as it has written R. Clark, M of G. It's certified by the Morgan County Clerk at Jacksonville, IL. I know the following: Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763b
3. Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/98.2.1.1 Message Board Post: Hi. I have a copy of a record book from the Salem M.E. Church near Jacksonville (not too far from Franklin) that covers attendance from 1860 to 1867, kept by one of my ancestors in the area. Based on some of the notations in this record, I'd venture a guess that your guy was a circuit riding or traveling sort of pre
4. Linley [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/jUC.2ACE/346 Message Board Post: I am currently researching my family tree. My ggrandfather John Thomas Linley emigrated from the UK 1912 ex RMA. His father William and brother Leonard also went over to Chicago to i believe set up a business (textile) His brother Leonard is listed on the 1910 census aged 24 and single. I would be interested to hear fr
5. Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/98.3 Message Board Post: *Obituary of Rev. Robert Clark: Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilmorgan/obit_c.htm#clarkr CLARK, REV. ROBERT - (1820-1904) - Click for CEMETERY READING Our community was shocked Wednesday evening Mar. 2, when the sad news announced the death of Uncle Robt. Clark, an old and respected citizen and minister of the go
6. Dodsworth/Bridwell [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/349 Message Board Post: I am searching for any information regarding Ann Elizabeth "Lizzie" Dodsworth who married a Reuben Bridwell in Morgan County in 1882. I have not been able to find any trace of them, except the marriage date. Certainly would appreciatte hearing from anyone who has any connections. Patty in Arizona
7. Lost Cousin-Betty Jean Mercer [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/348 Message Board Post: I am looking for a lost cousin -Betty Jean Mercer,Married to Donald Mercer.She was a McCullough.Believed to be living in the Jacksonville area.I would greatly appreciate any information that anyone might have.Thank you very much.
8. Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/98.2.1 Message Board Post: Michele, Thank you for the response to my query. After I saw your reply, I checked the 1870 census for Morgan county, Illinois and found an entry for a Robert Clark and his family in Franklin, Illinois, and his occupation is listed as "Minister Gospel". I then checked for current listings of churches in Franklin and
9. Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/98.2 Message Board Post: Hi, again, I just found at note in my grandmother's hand writing that says the Richard Tuman and Miss Elizabeth Lee were married Dec 7 1868 by Robert Clark Minister of Gospel.
10. RE: [ILMAGA] George N. Beauchamp - 1889 [0.986836]
What is your interest in the Beauchamps? -kk > -----Original Message----- > From: David Coy [mailto:davidkentcoy@mcleodusa.net] > Sent: Saturday, May 07, 2005 10:28 AM > To: ILMAGA-L@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ILMAGA] George N. Beauchamp - 1889 > > PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF MORGAN AND SCOTT COUNTIES, ILLINOIS, > Chicago, IL, Chapman Brothers, 1889, pages 374 and 375. > > "GEORGE N. BEAUCHAMP, a pioneer and prominent citizen of Morgan county, > Ill., resides on section 26, township 16, range 12. He
11. George N. Beauchamp - 1889 [0.986836]
PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF MORGAN AND SCOTT COUNTIES, ILLINOIS, Chicago, IL, Chapman Brothers, 1889, pages 374 and 375. "GEORGE N. BEAUCHAMP, a pioneer and prominent citizen of Morgan county, Ill., resides on section 26, township 16, range 12. He is a native of Maryland, and was born Dec. 16, 1834. He was a son of Richard and Zipporah Beauchamp, both of whom are supposed to have been natives of Maryland. When about four months old, the subject of this sketch came with his parents direct from Maryla
12. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
I didn't know there were circuit riding priests. I have circuit riding Methodists, Disciples of Christ, and Dutch Reformed ministers in my background. Never occurred to me that there would be circuit riding priests, but of course if there were Catholic farmers before 1850, they were almost by definition spread out and would have to be served by a circuit riding priest. My Methodist ancestor at times preached a circuit of four churches in central IL, with midweek services at people's homes inbetween (then
13. RE: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
There was and is a Catholic Church in Jacksonville. Our Saviour's Catholic Church. -----Original Message----- From: Drucilla Meany-Herbert [mailto:bookshop@Charter.net] Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2005 6:52 PM To: ILMAGA-L@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church No problem on my end...Have observed interesting things while doing my genealogy of the Meany and Lonergan families - seems a bunch came over then a bunch more of the same family. Haven't been able to find any chaurc
14. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
If that doesn't pan out, there are two other resources, one for the Methodists and one for the Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church. The Methodists kept excellent records of where their ministers were when. Go to www.umc.org, click on archives, click on Illinois. You will find several "Annual Conferences." This is a geographical designition in this context. I'd try Great Rivers first, for the southern half of the state. You'll find, unless it's changed since I used it last, an email address. Click
15. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
Your idea is a good one, but if he'd moved out of the area, a newspaper obit might be in a different area. You could try the ILOBITS list for that. If Rev. Clark was a MEC minister, the Methodist Archives might well have an official obit for him. Try www.umc and fiddle around until you find the ministerial obits. I'm not quite sure where it is, as my ancestor jumped to another denomination so didn't have a Methodist obit. But I know they are on that site. Not finding it doesn't prove he wasn't a Metho
16. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
Interesting The Rev. R. C. Norton performed my gg grandparents wedding ceremony - Morgan County Ill., 1864. Richard rwt347@cox.net ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 2:13 PM Subject: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church > This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. > > Classification: Query > > Message Board URL: > > http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/jUC.2ACE/98.3 > > Message Board Post:
17. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
Hmmm..wonder about that too. My odd great grandfather and grandmother came over around 1852, their son Michael was a stonemason and did some sculpture for the Jacksonville Catholic Church there...so there was a Church. What the name of it was or is, have no idea. Drucilla Meany-Herbert Mary Ann Kaylor wrote: > Few Catholics in IL at that time? 1860? I find that hard to believe > as Missionary priests were the first to "visit" in southern IL when > Kaskaskia was founded, the first capitol of Illinois
18. Re: [ILMAGA] Lost Cousin-Betty Jean Mercer [0.986836]
Have you tried some of the good people search databases on the internet? My favorite on is at this link: http://www.daplus.us/ Good luck! Juli Claussen Search & Genealogy Services Murphysboro, IL ----- Original Message ----- From: dufus@bwsys.net To: ILMAGA-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2005 10:01 AM Subject: [ILMAGA] Lost Cousin-Betty Jean Mercer This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.an
19. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
Our local Catholic church has records beginning in 1870 and forward. Before that time there were "circuit rider priests", and they came here, but sad thing is there are no records before 1870 that I am aware of. Supposedly the Diocese keeps those records and they might very well be there, I haven't investigated. In our area the Catholic immigrants were farmers and they tended to congregate in the same areas, this can be seen by looking at the early plat maps. And some of these were in the Public D
20. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
Yes, I overspoke, and I apologize. There were Catholic churches. There were Catholic explorers. By the time Chicago started growing, which was later than we tend to think, there were Catholics there. And of course the Catholics and the Episcopalians both kept complete records of baptisms so that if you can find those records you can get early birth records long before the state kept them. But proportionally to other faiths, there weren't as many of them on the frontier, which is what Illinois was even i
21. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
And how about Frs. Marquette and Joliet, now that I think about it, in WI and both shores of Lake Superior even earlier than that, in the early 1700s if I remember correctly. From their names, they were French or French-Canadian. I think they started from the St. Lawrence River and came that direction. There wasn't a town in Milwaukee, where Marquette Univ. is, until 125 years later, so he didn't start it (or it didn't stick). It's very German (I lived there 25 years ago) with a pretty high percentage of
22. John Bingle [0.986836]
I'm new to the list and thought I would let you know who I was researching. John William Bingle was born In Adams County Illinois 1868 and died in Morgan County Illinois July 1930. He died in the state hospital for the insane and is buried in the Diamond Grove cemetery. I don't know much more about him. He was married to Sadie Styles in Hancock county Illinoois. he had children Walter, Leona, Mable and Ruby. I would like to have more information about this family. If you happen to see the name BINGLE pleas
23. Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in 1868, ? church [0.986836]
Few Catholics in IL at that time? 1860? I find that hard to believe as Missionary priests were the first to "visit" in southern IL when Kaskaskia was founded, the first capitol of Illinois..... I am talking 1700s here. And I know for a fact that Catholics settled in Central Illinois in the mid 1850s. And priests were "circuit riders" just like the Methodists, etc., traveling long distances to give the sacraments to those Catholics. Just to clarify that one point. At 02:49 PM 5/29/2005, you wrote:
24. Re: [ILMAGA] LANGSTON 1830 TO 1840 [0.986836]
I have no connection to the Langston family that I know of, but my grandmother was a Bethel. The name Larkin shows up several times in the early Bethel(l) family. The family also has the habit of using the mother's maiden name as a middle name. The name Larkin Bethel Langston would lead me to believe that his mother saw a Bethel(l) or has some close connection to the Bethel(l) family. I hope that this may be of use to you. Good Hunting! Regards, Robert W. Ridenour rwridenour@aol.com
25. Re: ILMAGA-D Digest V05 #43 [0.986836]
Hey! I thought the idea of a digest format was to get a run-down once a week. No? Just curious... ILMAGA-D-request@rootsweb.com wrote: ILMAGA-D Digest Volume 05 : Issue 43 Today's Topics: #1 Re: [ILMAGA] Re: Rev. R. Clark in [Mary Ann Kaylor Administrivia: To unsubscribe from ILMAGA-D, send a message to ILMAGA-D-request@rootsweb.com that contains in the body of the message the command unsubscribe and no other text. No subject line is necessary, but if your software requires one, just use unsubscrib

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