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1. [ILWABASH] anthis [1]
Can someone do a lookup for the cemetery that Jesse Anthis and his wife Julia Stephens Anthis are buried? She was living in 1933 in Mt. Carmel. They did have two children buried in the old Rose Hill Cem-- is that one also known as Sand Hill? Helen Zuber Keusch
2. [ILWABASH] James Kennerly [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: ken4af Surnames: Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.illinois.counties.wabash/464/mb.ashx Message Board Post: I'm looking for James Kennerly, who arrived in Wabash (then Edwards) County, Illinois in 1820. James Kennerly received several land patents in the 1836-38 time period in those counties. He first arrived in then Edwards County in the Coffee precinct and
3. [ILWABASH] Matilda Christian [1]
Does anyone have any information on the two Matilda Christian's I have found born around 1851. I am looking for a Matilda Christian who married William Mull. I have conflicting information about her birth. Two of her children's Birth Certificates list it as Indiana, one of her son's death certificates (which was the information was supplied by her daughter) lists Wabash IL. I know that these families lived in the Tri State Area. I have the family (but not Matilda) in the 1880 census in Warrick Co, Indiana.
4. [ILWABASH] Wabash County Cemetery Up-Date [1]
We are STILL having system problems and the following cemeteries are waiting to be uploaded... Schdodt Mt Pleasant Baptist Church Sand Hill #2 Allendale / Ft Compton Wood Baker Schrodt-Schuh Voting precinct maps have been scanned and most popular cemeteries plotted on them. Map uploading will come after the cemetery registration page has been re-engineered to allow this enhancement. Volunteer help is needed to help plot unknown cemetery locations. Highland Memorial Cemetery typing is about half done a
5. [ILWABASH] Compton, Wallace Max 1933-2009 Obit. [1]
Carmi Times Tue Apr 21, 2009 Grayville, Ill. - Wallace Max Compton, 75, of Lakeland, Fla., formerly of Grayville, died April 8, 2009, in Lakeland. He was born Aug. 22, 1933, in Wabash County, the son of Wallace and Kathleen (Yelch) Compton, who preceded him in death. Wallace was a U.S. Navy veteran and member of the VFW and American Legion. While in Grayville, he was a member of the Christian Church in Keensburg and, for over 20 years, he was active in Alcoholic Anonymous. His work career included bein
6. Re: [ILWABASH] Mt. Carmel photographers [1]
Hi Holly, I have a hit of information on this line. I'd love to see the photo's you mention below. I think they are so neat to look at and add a whole new dimension to the tree. My GGGrandmother was Mary GARD, b. abt 1833 -- daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Mary BRATTON GARD. Your Margaret was a 1st. cousin to my Mary Gard. Researching the following families in Wabash county: Hershey, Harrison, Marx, Schlenker, Fisher, Dorney, Miller, Gard, Whyde, Risley Tammy ----- Original Message ----- F
7. Re: [ILWABASH] CAMPBELLs from TN - KTY [1]
Sandy; I have a Hester Campbell who maried William Ulm, and a Elizabeth Campbell who may have married Justice Gard? Don't know what help I can be, but it seems that the Armstrong family left N. C. to go to KY and then Wilson, TN, followed by Wabash, IL. So, might the families have known each other, probably. Do you know about what time frame the moves in the Campbell family took place? The Armstrongs moved N.C. to KY about 179? and then to Wilson county, TN about 180? and then to Wabash, IL about
8. [ILWABASH] CAMPBELLs from TN - KTY [1]
I am looking for anyone with connections to info on James, Thomas, William, Sarah CAMPBELL who came to Wabash and neighboring counties after 1840. They came from Wilson County, TN and prior to that Kentucky, (possibly Mercer Cty). ANY thoughts appreciated!! Many thanks. Sandy Campbell sjcamp@swbell.net
9. Re: [ILWABASH] Armstrong Cemetary Wabash [1]
----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Tuesday, April 07, 2009 8:57 AM Subject: Re: [ILWABASH] Armstrong Cemetary Wabash > This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. > > Author: giannini > Surnames: ARMSTRONG > Classification: queries > > Message Board URL: > > http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.illinois.counties.wabash/486.1.1/mb.ashx > > Message Board Post: > > Hi Kerry. I have read a lot of your
10. Re: [ILWABASH] Armstrong Cemetary Wabash [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: kerryarmstrong Surnames: Armstrong, Gard, Seibert, Ginther, Pixley Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.illinois.counties.wabash/486.1/mb.ashx Message Board Post: Margaret.. I am an Armstrong and have been to this cemetery many times. John Armstrong and Elizabeth (Martin) Armstrong, progenitors of the Wabash Armstrongs, are not buried in this cemetery. But, some
11. [ILWABASH] Armstrong Cemetary Wabash [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: giannini Surnames: ARMSTRONG Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.illinois.counties.wabash/486/mb.ashx Message Board Post: I have located the transcription of this cemetary online. There are many ARMSTRONG'S listed there. I wondered if anyone on this list would be willing to look up the actual records for me or take pictures of the tombstones of my ancestors tha
12. Re: [ILWABASH] Armstrong Cemetary Wabash [1]
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: giannini Surnames: ARMSTRONG Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.illinois.counties.wabash/486.1.1/mb.ashx Message Board Post: Hi Kerry. I have read a lot of your posts on the message boards. I was hoping to talk to you as you seem very familiar with this line of ARMSTRONG'S. This is my husband's line and he descends from James Martin ARMSTRONG b.1792>James T.L.
13. Re: [ILWABASH] Mt. Carmel photographers [1]
Tammy: I have some Risley's in my family tree...one who married a Hallock. Do you suppose we have a connection? Sincerely, Lois **************A Good Credit Score is 700 or Above. See yours in just 2 easy steps! (http://pr.atwola.com/promoclk/100126575x1220814852x1201410738/aol?redir=http:%2F%2Fwww.freecreditreport.com%2Fpm%2Fdefault.aspx%3Fsc%3D668072%26 hmpgID%3D62%26bcd%3DAprilfooter419NO62)
14. [ILWABASH] Jacob PFEIFFER [1]
Hi, List: It has been a while since I've posted so I'll submit my query again. I am interested in finding more information on Jacob PFEIFFER b: 1832 d: 1926 in Wabash Co.IL. Jacob m: Magdalena ("Helena" or "Mary") LUDWIG in Vanderburgh Co. IN in 1857. Their children were 1) George b: 1858 m: Johana DAUM 2)Catherine b: 1862 m: Charles F. GERHARDT 3) Caroline b: 1862 m: Wm REIMANN Sr. 4) Henry J. b: 1865 m: Louisa Caroline BREDENKAMP (it was Henry who inherited the family farm when Jacob died according to 1
15. Re: [ILWABASH] Re: ILWABASH-D Digest V01 #17 [1]
There is a URL similar to: www.classmates.com that lists all high school grads...my daughter was just telling me this today... check it out. Joann ----- Original Message ----- From: "Toni Davis" To: Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2001 7:42 PM Subject: [ILWABASH] Re: ILWABASH-D Digest V01 #17 > I am trying to find information on Nina Wood Kaericher (my aunt) and > Juanita Wood Davis (my mom), graduated from Mt. Carmel High in 1923. Their > parents were Asa Wo
16. [ILWABASH] Re: ILWABASH-D Digest V01 #17 [1]
I am trying to find information on Nina Wood Kaericher (my aunt) and Juanita Wood Davis (my mom), graduated from Mt. Carmel High in 1923. Their parents were Asa Wood and Sarah Trunks Wood. Sarah's parents were John Trunks and Nancy Beanblossom Trunks. Any info. on any of these people would be appreciated. Don Davis: optoni@att.net -----Original Message----- From: ILWABASH-D-request@rootsweb.com To: ILWABASH-D@rootsweb.com Date: Sunday, June 0
17. [ILWABASH] Joseph Williams [1]
Searching for information on Joseph Williams, married to Ada Carbaugh, Wabash County, Il. They had four children Clara, (who taught school in Keensburg for many years) Lionel, Evelyn, and Jerry. Of the four only one married. Clara Williams married Ed Jenkins also from Wabash County, Il. Joseph Williams their father died between l905 and 1910 in Keensburg, IL. (Wabash County) They had a farm about a quarter mile from Coffee Cemetery. Any information would be really appreciated. Ada Carbaugh Williams (fi
18. [ILWABASH] Stecklers/Zuber [1]
Hi, I am trying to find the family of Adam Steckler and Louise Zuber. Louise was a sister to my g grandfather, Jacob. I was told that she and her husband, Adam, ran a boarding house in Mt. Carmel. While going throught the Stecklers in the Browning Obits, I found many Stecklers shown at Cunningham Funeral Home, but of course, I couldn't find the parents or grandparents of these folks: Fred (b. 1910), Herman (b. 1895), Kate (1901), John E. (1908), Laura Steckler Baumgart, Thelma Steckler Green, Paul
19. [ILWABASH] death notice [1]
Hi, Where would I write or go to in order to find a death notice on Anton (Anthony) Zuber who died sometime between 1880-1900? He was born about 1820, never married and lived with my g grandfather, Jacob. According to stories, he died on his knees saying his prayers. He was evidently a devout Catholic. And what are the Catholic Churches that would have been in the area at that time?? Any help anyone can give will be greatly appreaciated. This has been a rough family to search. Thanks. He
20. [ILWABASH] Who is James M. Rigg? (bur. Harper Cemetery) [1]
I am trying to figure out who is the James M. RIGG buried in Harper Cemetery? The Tombstone transcription shows that he d. 7-sep-1850, a. 24y 11m 12d Any information would be appreciated. Thanks, Dave
21. [ILWABASH] Wabash County Cemetery Up-Date [1]
The following cemeteries are now in for uploading: MT CARMEL PRECINCT Sand Hill #2 (big) Sand Hill Catholic (revised) Mt Pleasant (small) Paul M. Kankula - nn8nn kankula@innova.net Oconee SC GenWeb Coordinator Wabash IL GenWeb Tombstone Project http://www.rootsweb.com/~cemetery/illinois/wabashcounty.html
22. [ILWABASH] Wabash County Cemetery Up-Date [1]
The following cemeteries are now on-line, or waiting their turn for uploading. COFFEE PRECINCT Schdodt St Rose Church FRIENDSVILLE PRECINCT Clark-Crum Courter Craig WABASH PRECINCT Adams Corner Church Becky Jordan MOUNT CARMEL PRECINCT St Marys Church NOW IN THE PROCESS OF BEING TYPED Highland Memorial (huge) Sand Hill #2 (big) Paul M. Kankula - nn8nn kankula@innova.net Oconee SC GenWeb Coordinator Wabash IL GenWeb Tombstone P
23. Re: [ILWABASH] Who is James M. Rigg? (bur. Harper Cemetery) [1]
Dave, I believe that is James McCleary RIGG, born 20 Sep 1826, son of Robert Hanna RIGG and Elizabeth McCLEARY. The age, DOB, and DOD don't calculate out correctly, but I believe that is who it is. He was married to Charlotte GARD. Terry Harper David Rigg wrote: > I am trying to figure out who is the James M. RIGG buried in > Harper Cemetery? The Tombstone transcription shows that > he d. 7-sep-1850, a. 24y 11m 12d > > Any information would be appreciated. > > Thanks, > Dave
24. [ILWABASH] ILWABASH-D Digest V00 #18 [1]
I found a site with a list of books for sale for Illinois and Illinois Counties. I found some good stuff there. http://www.myfreeoffice.com/hrywlfrd//books.html
25. [ILWABASH] John White-Rev. War Soldier [1]
I am hoping to gain some information on an early settler of Wabash County, John White who was a Revolutionary War Soldier. I have basic statistics such as his birth and death dates, and some ideas of his wives and children. But if anyone happens to know if he is listed in a Wabash County Historical or Biographical book, I'd really like to hear about it or any other White family there (as far as I can tell the only White's in the early days were of his family). Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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