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9. Mary E. "Lizzie" McCraney

17 May 1909 death?

"Lizzie"


10. Lucilla "Lou" McCraney

1870 United States Federal Census Name: Lucilla Mccraney Birth Year: abt 1869 Age in 1870: 11/12 Birthplace: Indiana Home in 1870: Boon, Crawford, Indiana Race: White Gender: Female Post Office: Alton Salbert Mccraney 36 Samantha Mccraney 22 Mary E Mccraney 3 Lucilla Mccraney 11/12

Living in same city as mother Matty Yates Brown.  1900 United States Federal Census Name: Lou Taylor Home in 1900: Battery Rock, Hardin, Illinois Age: 30 Birth Date: Sep 1869 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American  Relationship to head-of-house: Wife Father's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother: number of living children: 2  Mother: How many children: 2  Spouse's Name: John Marriage Year: 1885  Marital Status: Married Years Married: 15  Residence : Battery Rock Precinct, Hardin, Illinois John Taylor 49  Lou Taylor 30  Ralph Taylor 12  Edith A Taylor 7


John W. Taylor

Living in same city as mother Matty Yates Brown.  1900 United States Federal Census Name: Lou Taylor Home in 1900: Battery Rock, Hardin, Illinois Age: 30 Birth Date: Sep 1869 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American  Relationship to head-of-house: Wife Father's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother: number of living children: 2  Mother: How many children: 2  Spouse's Name: John Marriage Year: 1885  Marital Status: Married Years Married: 15  Residence : Battery Rock Precinct, Hardin, Illinois John Taylor 49  Lou Taylor 30  Ralph Taylor 12  Edith A Taylor 7


35. Ralph Taylor

1900 United States Federal Census Name: Lou Taylor Home in 1900: Battery Rock, Hardin, Illinois Age: 30 Birth Date: Sep 1869 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American  Relationship to head-of-house: Wife Father's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother: number of living children: 2  Mother: How many children: 2  Spouse's Name: John Marriage Year: 1885  Marital Status: Married Years Married: 15  Residence : Battery Rock Precinct, Hardin, Illinois John Taylor 49  Lou Taylor 30  Ralph Taylor 12  Edith A Taylor 7


12. James Finley "Finn" Brown

1910 United States Federal Census Name: James F Brown Age in 1910: 33
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1877 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head  Father's Birth Place: Indiana  Mother's Birth Place: Indiana  Spouse's Name: Estella Home in 1910: Harris, Ripley, Missouri
Marital Status: Married  Race: White Gender: Male

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: James Finley Brown City: Not Stated  County: Butler  State: Missouri  Birth Date: 4 Sep 1877 Race: White  Roll: 1683153


Estelle Hume

1900 United States Federal Census Name: Estelle Hume Home in 1900: St Louis Ward 23, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri Age: 29 Birth Date: May 1871 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American  Relationship to head-of-house: Sister Father's Name: Joseph C
Father's Birthplace: Indiana  Mother's Name: Rebecca Mother's Birthplace: Indiana  Marital Status: Single  Residence : St. Louis City, St. Louis, Missouri Occupation: View Image
Neighbors: View others on page  Household Members: Name Age John R Hume 37  Joseph C Hume 66  Rebecca Hume 66  Maud Hume 32  Estelle Hume 29  Wyals Wittich 12

"Estelle, born May 18, 1871; educated in State Normal School, has taught in Wayne Academy and Doniphan high school, enjoys a reputation as one of the leading teachers in the Southeast Association; lives at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri."

Name: Estell Brown Home in 1920: Brown, Clay, Arkansas Age: 45 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1875 [abt 1872] Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Indiana Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Marital Status: Widow Race: White Sex: Female Home owned: Rent Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Household Members: Name Age Estell Brown 45 Hume Brown 12 Merry Brown 10

Name: Estella Brown Home in 1930: Marion, Grant, Indiana Age: 56
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Race: White Household Members: Estella Brown 56


Marriage Notes for James Finley "Finn" Brown and Estelle Hume

divorced sometime between 1910 and 1920


13. Hattie Myrtle Brown

Hattie Myrtle identified from WWI Draft registration card of husband Albert, Ron Yates 11/8/2009.

1900 United States Federal Census Name: Hattie M Brown Home in 1900: Battery Rock, Hardin, Illinois Age: 17 Birth Date: Jul 1882 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter Father's Name: Sidney Father's Birthplace: Indiana Mother's Name: Samantha Mother's Birthplace: Indiana Marital Status: Single Residence : Battery Rock Precinct, Hardin, Illinois Sidney Brown 46 Samantha Brown 51 Thomas J Brown 24 James F Brown 22 Hattie M Brown 17

1910 United States Federal Census Name: Albert Lauglin Age in 1910: 25 Estimated birth year: abt 1885 Birthplace: Arkansas Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Arkansas Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas Spouse's name: Hattie Home in 1910: Carpenter, Clay, Arkansas Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Albert Lauglin 25 Hattie Lauglin 26 Jewel Taylor 9 Bud Cook 28

1920 United States Federal Census Name: Hattie Laughlin Home in 1920: Carpenter, Clay, Arkansas Age: 35 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1885 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Indiana Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Marital Status: Widow Race: White Sex: Female Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes

1930 United States Federal Census Name: Hattie Laughlin Home in 1930: Success, Clay, Arkansas Age: 46 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1884 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Race: White Hattie Laughlin 46 Eva Laughlin 15


Albert Laughlin

1910 United States Federal Census Name: Albert Lauglin Age in 1910: 25 Estimated birth year: abt 1885 Birthplace: Arkansas Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Arkansas Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas Spouse's name: Hattie Home in 1910: Carpenter, Clay, Arkansas Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Albert Lauglin 25 Hattie Lauglin 26 Jewel Taylor 9 Bud Cook 28

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: Albert Laughlin County: Clay State: Arkansas Birth Date: 3 Apr 1885 Race: White FHL Roll Number: 1522733


Marriage Notes for Arthur Lee Yates and Ella L. Harman

By Rev. William Scott


43. Ferne Beatrice Yates

Went to school in Metcalf, IL. and graduated.  Went to nursing school at St. Elizabeth in Danville and became an R.N.  Died of Botulism.

Vermilion County Coroner's Inquest Files Index, 1908–1956

YATES, FERN                                    F   W   S   26    10/09/1906   02/18/1933   ACCIDENT     BICHLORIDE OF MERCURY POISONING


46. Wilbur Wilson Yates

Mr. Wilbur W. Yates, age 91 of Chrisman passed away on Sunday, December 31, 2006 at Alamogordo, New Mexico.  He was born on January 24, 1915 in Indianola, Illinois to Arthur L. and Ella R. (Harmon) Yates.  Mr. Yates was a U.S. Army veteran of WWII and retired from the U.S. Post Office in Chrisman after 30 years of service.  Wilbur loved gardening, fishing in Canada with friends, spending winters in New Mexico, bingo and walking two and a half miles per day while picking up cans.  He was a member of Chrisman American Legion Post #477 where he was the Grave Registration Officer and Flag Chairman.  He was also past Commander and ran bingo at the Legion for many years.  Wilbur was recognized for service to the community of Chrisman with a plaque in his honor placed at the Centennial Park.  He is survived by one sister, Imogene Starr of Alamogordo, New Mexico, several nieces, nephews, cousins and loved friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister and three brothers.  Per Mr. Yates (Uncle Will’s) request, a graveside military funeral service will be held Friday, January 5, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at the Woodland Cemetery in Chrisman with Pastor Lloyd Simpson officiating.  Memorials may be given to the Chrisman American Legion Post #477.  The Krabel Funeral Home in Chrisman is in charge of the arrangements

Joined CCC (Civilian Conservation Corp) for 2 1/2 years.  During summers worked for brother Harmon Lee on a baler.  Drafted into the Army 3-20-1941.  Spent 16 months 8 days in the Army.  Medical DC related to gallbladder disease.  Served in NC and GA.  Went to work in Chrisman Post Office in 1943-1972.

When retired, accepted a driving job for Earl and Ersel Fath of Chrisman spending time with them in Arizona.

Sunday, January 31, 2006 10:50 am

Just to let you know that Uncle Wilbur passed away about 1/2 hour ago.  He took a turn for the worse early this morning -- kidneys failed, not oxygenating.  We went after church and they were working on him then.  Dr Guerra said that his blood pressure and heart rate were low, and they were giving drugs, but she did not feel that there was any hope.  So we just had them stop everything, and got to be there with him as he died -- it was only about 15 minutes.  He lived a good long life and he enjoyed every minute of it with a sound mind and sound 91 year old body until this devastating illness.  His directives are to have his body shipped to Illinois and to have a graveside service there.  Thank you so much for your prayers --he almost made it -- he really was very tough-the doctor was amazed.  He made the decision to have the surgery, and she was impressed at how alert and "with it" he was even at that time 2 weeks ago when he was in such pain. Thanks again for your prayers. We have always been impressed by how much he has loved all his nieces and nephews...Nancy Starr
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05:18 PM 12/31/2006

Hi, I just wanted to share with all of you the last things Uncle Wilbur had said to us on Dec 17.  As I had told you, he had the Christmas dinner at the Senior Center with all his friends on Friday.  Then we took him out for a steak that night.  He woke up with upset stomach Saturday morning so we just thought indigestion or stomach flu.  We had company for dinner Saturday night, so he retired to the recliner in his bedroom, not wanting to socialize.  At 8 pm, I had this sudden urge to check on him -- he was doubled over with pain and said he needed to go to the hospital.  

Larry ran him to the ER where he bravely endured blood tests, x-rays, MRI, IV's.  I was still at home trying to sleep, but couldn't, so I was just praying and praying so hard.  Larry called at 2 AM, saying that he was to go to surgery, so I dressed and ran over there.  He was lying there in the ICU expressionless, but said to me "I am in misery".  Then he said he was "sorry if he had broken up my party"!!  One of the nurses checked with him on his name --Wilbur Yates-- and asked what people called him--"Uncle Wilbur" he said.  Then, I told him that we were praying for him, and that God was with him, and if things did not work out, I knew that he would be with Jesus.  He looked up at me, and just said "this is sounding serious".  The last words he heard were that we were praying for him.  

Larry went to the OR with him, and as you know from my emails, we have had a rollercoaster of ups and downs, with such a sad ending.  We still have a pile of Christmas presents for him that he never got to open, and Christmas cards from so many people he liked to keep in touch with.   We will miss having him sitting in the family room reading the piles of books that I provided for him --and he has a clipboard on his closet shelf where he recorded like every book he has read for the last 10 years!  He loved to read.  We have several jigsaw puzzles we bought him for Christmas -- he loved doing puzzles on our dining room table.  He mall walked 7 days a week.  He was the only one there on Sundays since everyone else was in church, and he always showed us all the coins he found in the parking lot!  

The Sunday before he got sick, he actually came to church with us.  Larry and I were playing piano duets, and the children were putting on a Christmas show, so he agreed to go with us (maybe he just didn't like sermons!). He enjoyed the service so much.  He was also faithful to visit his sister several times a week at the nursing home.  She always recognized him, though would ask him where "the folks" were? -- He'd just shake his head.  (She still does not comprehend that he has been ill -- maybe it's a blessing, since she does not experience any sadness ever.)  

Anyhow, we shall miss him a lot.  He was a good man who was blessed with many nieces and nephews who cared about him. He lived life to the fullest with a good mind and body until the very end....Nancy
Starr


54. Helen Margaret Hall

Arthur and Helen are not buried together as Arthur remarried.


17. Harry Elmer Yates

From: Jim Yates Sent: Saturday, July 05, 2008 To: Ron Great!  Came thru fine.    Is this a military info registration or what?    I do remember my Dad saying that for years he celebrated his birthday on Jan 9th, the date on this form...then he got copy of his Birth cert from English, IN and it showed him born on Jan 8th...he said he had been celebrating it a day late most if not all his life!   He also said the birth cert didn't give his name, only that a boy was born to his parents on Jan 8th, 1888. (just one more little story you needed to hear from me)!

Never had a phone as long as I was still home....finally Fred thought they needed a phone and proposed a $5 a month to help them with getting and keeping one...we cooperated...don't remember how..but also maintained the 5 a month to help them with living expenses...they only had Soc Sec and barely made it...we helped with a car once I know...

Adding to this...when someone needed to call us/them....Barbara's (Fred's Barb) folks (Walter and Imogene George) lived next door west and would bring messages to us...or let us use the phone..plus there was an outside phone downtown we went to sometimes....and I remember your Mom being the telephone "operator" in Chrisman...when I found out it was her I called her once and attempted to tell her how the phone worked!   It's really funny now of course... those days there was a maze of "operators" all over the nation and making a call to calif for example...was a big deal!   The operators had quite a job "putting you through"....quite the thing to think back on!  jim

4/27/2009 Ron: Too bad this license has not been taken better care of, however, it's pretty clear that Dad and Jesse's marriage date is May 23rd, 1910. It was at the residence of W. H. Scott, probably the minister and the two witnesses were (Looks like) Julia Scott and (not sure of first name) but (something) M. Scott..might be Don..not sure.  I distinctly remember Dad (many times) saying he came to Edgar
Co., Chrisman, in 1910....so they came as fairly newlyweds! I'm supposing all the kids were born in Edgar County. jim


Jessie Leah Laswell

Death certificate states Jessie was a housewife. (State of Illinois Standard Certificate of Death--21175)


55. Setta Lucille Yates

Lucille was a Registered Nurse.  No Children.


William P. Ijams

Marge's second husband, Bill Ijams, was a Terre Haute native.  I have no contact or genealogy records of either of her husbands.  Marge lived there most of her life...then she and Bill built a home on Paint Mill Lake about 7 miles south of TH...then they began wintering in St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. Finally, cancer and other physical problems took her and she is buried in the big cemetery on TH east side (Highland Lawn). I can go right to her grave.  I sort of hate her being buried there since she has no family near her.she is buried in the Ijams family plot.

buried @ sea: 26.233333, -80.016667


21. Ruby Eva Yates

When the small pox epidemic hit the family Mom, Ruby, was three years old.  They tied her hands to keep her from scratching her face and she would turn over and rub her face in her pillow.  She was always conscious of the scars it had left but I don't think anyone else ever noticed.  She was such a feisty lady!  I can hear her say,"Betty Lou". haha  Her dad and Nellie died during that epidemic of small pox,  it seems like there was another child too but maybe Wilbur will remember.  She went to Indianapolis and stayed with Ethel while she was working at the mental hospital there.  I think she worked there for three years.

1900 United States Federal Census Name: Ruby E Yates Home in 1900: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Age: 9/12 Birth Date: Aug 1899 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter Father's Name: James W Father's Birthplace: Indiana Mother's Name: Mary E Mother's Birthplace: Indiana Marital Status: Single Residence : Sterling Township (South Portion), Crawford, Indiana James W Yates 48 Mary E Yates 41 Arthur L Yates 19 Kate E Yates 16 Lillie A Yates 14 Harry E Yates 12 Nellie B Yates 9 Goldie L Yates 6 Edna A Yates 3 Ruby E Yates 9/12

1910 United States Federal Census Name: Ruby E Yates Age in 1910: 11 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1899 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Daughter Father's Birth Place: Indiana Mother's Name: May E  Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Home in 1910:  Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Female May E Yates 51 Kate E Yates 26 Harry E Yates 22 Sallie L Yates 16 Edna A Yates 13 Ruby E Yates 11
 
California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Eva Ruby Roberson Social Security #: 562863602 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 24 Aug 1901 Birthplace: Indiana Death Date: 24 Dec 1986 Death Place: San Diego Mother's Maiden Name: Ott Father's Surname: Yates

Social Security Death Index Name: Eva Roberson SSN: 562-86-3602 Last Residence: 92010  Chula Vista, San Diego, California, United States of America Born: 24 Aug 1899 Died: Dec 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: California (1967)


Orville Wilton Woolems

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: Orville W Woolems City: Akron County: Summit State: Ohio Birthplace: Indiana;United States of America Birth Date: 31 Jan 1894 Race: Caucasian (White) FHL Roll Number: 1819622 Draft Board: 4

1920 United States Federal Census Orville Woolems Home in 1920: Kenmore, Summit, Ohio Age: 26 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1894 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Eva Father's Birth Place: Indiana Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Rent Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Orville Woolever 26 Eva Woolever 21

1930 United States Federal Census Name: Orvill W Woolems Home in 1930: Speedway, Marion, Indiana Age: 34 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1896 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Ruby E Race: White Orvill W Woolems 34 Ruby E Woolems 29

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Orville Wilton Woolems Birth Date: 31 Jan 1894 Birth Place: English Residence: Madison, Indiana Race: White Roll: WWII_2371880

Social Security Death Index Name: Orville Woolems SSN: 313-03-6646 Last Residence: 46011  Anderson, Madison, Indiana, United States of America Born: 31 Jan 1894 Last Benefit: 46015  Anderson, Madison, Indiana, United States of America Died: Dec 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (Before 1951)


Fielding Emmet Roberson

He always hated Fielding Emmet as a name and Mom always called him Rob.  He died in 1975 on the 5th of August I believe.  Mom had his ashes scatter out to sea from San Diego, she also had hers scattered there.

 
SSN: State or Territory Where Number Was Issued:  Indiana
  
Actual Death Residence:  California
  
Death Residence Localities
    ZIP Code: 92010


22. Millard Sanford Yates

1880 United States Federal Census Name: Milard Yates Home in 1880: Union, Crawford, Indiana Age: 1 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1879 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of Household: Grandson Father's birthplace: Indiana Mother's Name: Rosa Mother's birthplace: Indiana Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male John Scott 55  Francis Scott 51  Lemuel Scott 22  Geerge Scott 19  Elzera Scott 15  John Scott 13  Mattie Scott 11  Rosa Yates 21  Milard Yates 1

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Millard Yates Birth Date: 26 Mar 1879 Birth Place: Crawford County, Indiana Residence: Mount Carmel, Illinois Race: White  Roll: 30955_166016

1910 United States Federal Census Name: Millard Yates Age in 1910: 31 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1879 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head  Father's Birth place: Indiana Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Spouse's Name: Rosa Home in 1910: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Marital Status: Married  Race: White Gender: Male  Millard Yates 31  Rosa Yates 27  Violet Yates 3

1920 United States Federal Census Name: Millard Yates Home in 1920: West Salem, Edwards, Illinois Age: 39 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1881 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head  Spouse's Name: Rosa Father's Birth Place: Indiana Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Marital Status: Married  Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Own  Able to read: Yes  Able to Write: Yes  Millard Yates 39  Rosa Yates 38  Violet Yates 12

1930 United States Federal Census Name: Millard S Yates Home in 1930: Washington, Pike, Indiana View Map Age: 51 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1879 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Rosie F Race: White Millard S Yates 51  Rosie F Yates 48


23. John Logan Yates

aka "Lil John" by the family; however; John Logan asked some of his grandchildren to call him "FAB".

1900 United States Federal Census Name: John L Yates Home in 1900: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Age: 17  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1883  Birthplace: Indiana  Relationship to head-of-house: Son  Father's Name: Thomas J Mother's Name: Ella Race: White  
 
1910 United States Federal Census Name: John L Yates Age in 1910: 27 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1883 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head  Father's Birth Place: Indiana  Mother's Birth Place: Indiana  Spouse's Name: Emma Home in 1910: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Marital Status: Married  Race: White Gender: Male  John L Yates 27  Emma Yates 22  Chester C Yates 2  Edith E Yates 2/12  

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: John Logan Yates County: Edwards  State: Illinois  Birth Date: 18 Jul 1882 Race: White  FHL Roll Number: 613398 Draft Board: 0

1920 United States Federal Census Name: John L Yates Home in 1920: Salem, Edwards, Illinois Age: 37 years  Estimated Birth Year: abt 1883 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Emma Father's Name: Thomas J Father's Birth Place: Indiana  Mother's Birth Place: Indiana  Marital Status: Married  Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Own  Able to read: Yes  Able to Write: Yes  

1930 United States Federal Census Name: John L Yates Home in 1930: Salem, Edwards, Illinois Age: 47 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1883  Birthplace: Indiana  Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Emma F Race: White

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: John Logan Yates Birth Date: 18 Jul 1882 Birth Place: Crawford County, Indiana Residence: West Salem, Illinois Race: White  Roll: 30955_166016

Newspaper clipping from 1949 (West Salem Advocate): And now it's a 1750 pound Horse that fell in a well! First of all, Kenny Giese's bull took a dip, and now John Yates' big horse has tried it, only to be rescued by Walt Giese's big wrench truck. It all happened when Yates and his team were plowing up a patch north of where his son, Colonel, lives here in town. John took the team and plowed ground part way when Colonel took over, only to have the plow strike a root, which heaved the little horse against the big one and the big horse fell into the well. The horse's head and front feet remained on top and the un-excited animal munched away at nearby grass until it was freed.


Fanning Emmilene Longest

1900 United States Federal Census Name: Fannie E Longust [Fannie E Longuet]  Home in 1900: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Age: 13 Birth Date: Jun 1886 Birthplace: Indiana Race: White Ethnicity: American Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter Father's Name: Jesse Father's Birthplace: Indiana Mother's Name: Rebecca
Mother's Birthplace: Indiana Marital Status: Single Residence : Sterling Township (South Portion), Crawford, Indiana Occupation: Jesse Longust 42 Rebecca Longust 41 William R Longust 18 Charles B Longust 15 Fannie E Longust 13 Larmon L Longust 11 Minnie M Longust 8 Elma D Longust 5 Hellen M Longust 2


AKA Emma F.

1930 United States Federal Census Name: Emma F Yates Home in 1930: Salem, Edwards, Illinois Age: 43 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1887  Relation to Head of House: Wife  Spouse's Name: John L


72. Edythe Edna Yates

Edythe spelling confirmed by her husband Ray Potts 10-11-1996.


24. Aubrey Lunsford Yates

1920 United States Federal Census Name: A L Yates Home in 1920: West Salem, Edwards, Illinois Age: 29 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1891 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Emily Father's Birth Place: Indiana Mother's Birth Place: Indiana Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Rent Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes

Aubrey L. Yates, 71, Dies Tuesday
4 Jul 1961, West Salem, Edwards Co., IL

Aubrey L, Yates, 71, 2035 California Street, died at 2:05 o'clock Tuesday morning at the county hospital.  He had been ill of leukemia two years and in serious condition six weeks.  Funeral services will be at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Barkes and Inlow funeral home, conducted by Dr. Merrill B. McFall and the Rev. Albert R. Ashley  assisted by Dr.  James L. Stoner. Burial will be at Moravian cemetery at West Salem, IL. where graveside rites will be held at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning.  The casket is open at the funeral home.

Mr. Yates' wife, Emily, died Oct 6, 1957. Survivors include a son, Harold Yates of Columbus; two daughters, .Mrs. Ruth Collier of Columbus and Mrs. Wolford Johnson of Bedford; a brother, the Rev. E.U. Yates of Lawrenceville;  three sisters, Mrs. James Strine of Indianapolis, Mrs. Ben Brandt of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Charles Blakney of  Argos, five grandchildren and two great-grand children.

He was the son of the late John and Narcissus Landiss Yates and was born May 17, 1890, in Crawford County, IN.  He had resided in Columbus since 1942, was retired, and was a member of First Methodist church.


Emily Veree McClane

1920 United States Federal Census
about Emily Yates
Name: Emily Yates
Home in 1920: West Salem, Edwards, Illinois
Age: 24 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1896
Birthplace: Illinois
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Spouse's Name: A L
Father's Birth Place: Illinois
Mother's Birth Place: Illinois
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Female
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes


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