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(Source: COMPREHENSIVE INDEX of the BIOGRAPHY OF THE
PIONEERS OF EDGAR AND VERMILION COUNTIES, ILLINOIS (Originally Published in 1889)
© 2012 Norma Ewing: All rights reserved.

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(Cadle), Ann Young. 275, 276. d/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. w/o D. Young.

Cadle, Dode. 275, 276. s/o Phillip Cadle and America (Seymour) Cadle.

(Cadle), Dora. 275, 276. d/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle.

(Cadle), Emma Edwards. 275, 276. Born in England. d/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. w/o Thomas Edwards whom she married in England.

Cadle, George . Bio 275, 276. Born in England. h/o Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. f/o Emma (Cadle) Edwards; Ann (Cadle) Young; Jane (Cadle) Tollliver; Rachael (Cadle) Hays; Sidney G. Cadle; Martha (Cadle) Mann; Phillip Cadle, Home 274, Bio 275, 276; Dora (Cadle). The Cadles came to America in 1853. They moved 4 times before retiring in Homer, Illinois.

Cadle, George. 275, 276. s/o Phillip Cadle and America (Seymour) Cadle.

(Cadle), Jane Tolliver. 275, 276. d/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. w/o James Tolliver. Jane and James died before 1889.

(Cadle), Lillian. 275, 276. d/o Phillip Cadle and America (Seymour) Cadle.

(Cadle), Martha Mann. 275, 276. d/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. w/o John Mann.

(Cadle), Maud. 275, 276. d/o Phillip Cadle and America (Seymour) Cadle.

Cadle, Phillip. Home 274. Bio 275, 276. b.1849 in England. s/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. Husband of 2 women: (Wife #1) Emma (Weaden) Cadle, m/o Mary Anna (Cadle) who died at 4 months. (Wife #2) America (Seymour) Cadle. m/o Lilian (Cadle); Maud (Cadle); George Cadle; Dode Cadle. Phillip came to America in 1853, age 4, with parents. He farmed on 915 acres, and had a stock of hogs and cattle.

Cadle, Rachael Hays. 275, 276. Died before 1889. d/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle. w/o C. Hays.

Cadle, Sidney G. 275, 276. Died before 1889. s/o George Cadle and Elizabeth (Saunders) Cadle.

(Cadwallader), Mary Warner. 765, 766. w/o Abner Warner. m/o 4 children, two survived: Charles W. Warner, Bio 765, 766; Perry M. Warner. Mary lived with Perry after Abner died.

Calarstern, Henry. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Calfee, Rev. D. W. 423, 424. 429. h/o Ada (Neville) Calfee. f/o 3.

(Callahan), Catherine Davis. 393, 394. b. 1833. d/o Cornelius Callahan and Mary (m/n/u) Callahan. Second wife of Henry V. Davis. m/o Oscar Harmon Davis; Ira Grant Davis; George Davis. Catherine was educated in Canada, then attended the Union Seminary in Danville. She was a successful teacher.

Callahan, Cornelius. 393, 394. h/o Mary (m/n/u) Callahan. f/o Catherine (Callahan) Davis.

Calvert, Oliver. 191. h/o America (Sconce) Calvert.

Calvin, David. 1055, 1056, 1057. f/o Harriet J. (Calvin) Mitchell. David was a prosperous farmer. Note: No connection included between Harriet J. (Calvin), Mitchell's father David Calvin, and Hiram Calvin, the father of Elizabeth (Calvin) Mitchell, Harriet's mother-in-law.

(Calvin), Elizabeth Mitchell. 1055, 1056, 1057. d/o Hiram Calvin. w/o Ensign Mitchell, Jr. m/o Lucy (Mitchell) Ralston; Nancy (Mitchell); Polly (Mitchell); John Mitchell; Captain Samuel Mitchell, Bio 1055, 1056, 1057. Deceased children: Calvin, Joseph, Chandler, Elizabeth. Note: No connection included between Harriet J. (Calvin) Mitchell's father David Calvin, and Hiram Calvin, the father of Elizabeth (Calvin) Mitchell, Harriet's mother-in-law.

(Calvin), Harriet J. Mitchell. 1055, 1056, 1057. d/o David Calvin. Second wife of Captain Samuel Mitchell. m/o Herman Mitchell. Harriet taught for a while. Note: No connection included between Harriet's father David Calvin, and Hiram Calvin, the father of Elizabeth Calvin Mitchell, Harriet's mother-in-law.

Calvin, Hiram. 1055, 1056, 1057. h/o wife, name unknown, who died in 1816. f/o Elizabeth (Calvin) Mitchell. Note: No connection included between Harriet J. (Calvin) Mitchell's father David Calvin, and Hiram Calvin, the father of Elizabeth (Calvin) Mitchell, Harriet's mother-in-law.

Camerer, (g/n/u). 930, 931. f/o Daniel Camerer. In 1807, Mr. Camerer left Pennsylvania and moved to Ohio, 5 years after statehood. In 1829 he moved on to Illinois.

Camerer, Daniel. 930, 931. s/o (g/n/u) Camerer. h/o Catherine (Kline) Camerer. f/o Lovina (Camerer) Houston.

(Camerer), Lovina Houston. 930, 931. d/o Daniel Camerer and Catherine (Kline) Camerer. w/o Levi Houston. m/o Vachel F. Houston; Catherine A. (Houston) Wilkin; Daniel J. Houston; Delilah (Houston); Frances (Houston) Stratton; Charles Houston. Levi's family were pioneers of Bruellet Township, settling on 800 acres. Lovina and son Daniel, were still living on the farm in 1889.

Cammack, (g/n/u). 1095, 1096, 1097. h/o Hannah (Lamb) Cammack. Residents of Indiana.

Campbell, (g/n/u) (two). 568, 569. Husband, or husbands of sisters Sarah (Patterson) Campbell and Elizabeth (Patterson) Campbell.

Campbell, Col. A. K. 820, 821, 822. h/o M. J. (m/n/u) Campbell. f/o C. Belle (Campbell) Powell. Col. Campbell was commander of the 66th Illinois Infantry, known as the "Sharpshooters Regiment." He died in service.

Campbell, C. 262, 265. h/o Julia (Howard) Campbell. 669, 670. h/o Sarah (Current) Campbell.

(Campbell), C. Belle Powell. 820, 821, 822. b.1847. d/o Col. A. K. Campbell and N. J. (m/n/u) Campbell. w/o Z. E. Powell. m/o Zara Andrew Powell, died in infancy; Lon M. Powell; Virginia Belle (Powell).

Campbell, Charles G. 693. b.1876. s/o John J. Campbell and Catherine (Gernand) Campbell.

Campbell, Corroyan. 693. b.1833. h/o Mary (Britingham) Campbell. f/o John J. Campbell, Bio 693. A trader, Corroyan moved to Wisconsin from New York.

Campbell, Daniel. 270, 271. b.1828. s/o Thomas Campbell and Naby (Swain) Campbell. h/o Maggie (Campbell...correct) Campbell. f/o 7 children, with four married and settled: Sarah J. (Campbell) Kirkpatrick; Thomas Campbell; Mary F. (Campbell) Thomas; Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler. Daniel began with 210 acres in Vermilion County. His property grew to 500 acres, with cattle, horses, sheep, and hogs.

(Campbell), Drusilla P. Cook. 474, 475. w/o Joseph F. Cook. m/o Nettie P. (Cook); Roy F. Cook; May D. (Cook); Bertie C. (Cook).

(Campbell), Elizabeth Villars. 398, 399. b.1816. Second wife of Rev. John Villars. m/o 3 children.

(Campbell), Ella Brown. 519, 520. w/o Commodore P. Brown. m/o 1.

Campbell, Enos. 634, 635. Husband of Mary L. (Reid) Campbell. f/o one. Enos was a blacksmith.

Campbell, F. Marion. 565, 566. h/o Mary J. (Reynolds) Campbell. f/o three, Paul Campbell only surviving child. The Campbells 194 acre farm adjoined the farm of Mary's father, Moses Reynolds. Paul specialized in Norman horses, and other stock similar to that of Moses.

Campbell, J. 824, 827. f/o Margaret J. (Campbell) Hull.

Campbell, James. 270, 271. From Ireland. h/o Nancy (Pinketon) Campbell. f/o Maggie (Campbell - correct) Campbell, who came to America with two brothers.

(Campbell), Jane Ball. 644, 645. d.1881. w/o Moses Ball. m/o John C. Ball, deceased; Sarah (Ball); Isaac Ball; Theodore Ball; Hattie (Ball); Scott Ball; Selim O. Ball Bio 644, 645; Mary and William died in infancy. Jane was a descendant of the founder of Newark, New Jersey. A Puritan settlement, the name Newark is a shortened, condensed version "New Ark" and "New Work."

Campbell, John. 718. h/o Almira (m/n/u) Campbell. f/o 9 children including Prudence (Campbell) Makemson.

Campbell, John J. Bio 693. b.1854. s/o Corroyan Campbell and Mary (Britingham) Campbell. h/o Catherine (Gernand) Campbell. f/o Charles G Campbell; Stella S. (Campbell); Nellie A. (Campbell). John attended college at Crawfordsville, Indiana, for one year. After remaining on the farm for 6 years, he moved to Danville, operated a grocery business for 4 years, then moved back to farming. On his 293 acres, he raised Shorthorn cattle of the Bates family, Pomoto strains, Clydesdales bays.

(Campbell), Maggie Campbell.(correct) 270, 271 Born in Ireland in 1828. d/o James Campbell and Nancy (Pinkerton) Campbell. w/o Daniel Campbell. m/o 7 children, with four married and settled: Sarah J. (Campbell) Kirkpatrick; Thomas Campbell; Mary F. (Campbell) Thomas; Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler. Born in Ireland, Maggie came to America with two brothers. (Campbell), Maggie Buckler. 1018, 1019. w/o George B. Buckler. Residents of Isabel.

(Campbell), Margaret J. Hull. 824, 827. Died 1865. First wife of Thomas Hull. m/o 5 children, only survivor John C. Hull born 1863, Bio 824, 827.

Campbell, Marvin S. 270, 271. s/o Thomas Campbell and Naby (Swain) Campbell. h/o (g/n/u) (Cole) Campbell.

(Campbell), May. 270, 271. d/o Thomas Campbell and Dora (Kirkpatrick) Campbell.

(Campbell), Mary A. Bandy. 198. b. 1853. Second wife of John W. Bandy. m/o Claude W. Bandy.

(Campbell), Mary Wyatt Current. 256, 257, 258. b.1845 d.1872/27. Second wife of Isaac Current.

(Campbell), Mary F. Thomas. 270, 271. d/o Daniel Campbell and Maggie (Campbell - correct) Campbell. w/o Fred Thomas. m/o Otis Thomas; Reed Thomas.

(Campbell), Nellie A. 693. b.1885. d/o John J. Campbell and Catherine (Gernand) Campbell.

Campbell, Nelson. 792, 793. h/o Harriet (Laufman) Campbell. f/o 1 child.

Campbell, Paul. 565, 566. s/o F. Marion Campbell and Mary J. (Reynolds) Campbell.

(Campbell), Prudence Makemson. 718. 384, 387. b.1834. d/o John Campbell and Almira (m/n/u) Campbell. w/o Hiram Makemson. m/o Almina D. (Makemson); Mary A. (Makemson) Current, 384, 387; Bertha P. (Makemson) Bird; Sherman T. Makemson; Joseph C. Makemson. 384, 387. Prudence was the youngest of 9 children.

(Campbell), Rebecca Mendenhall, 583, 584.496, 497. d.1886. w/o James Mendenhall. m/o Priscilla (Mendenhall) Patton; Ira Mendenhall; Ryan G. Mendenhall; Rhoda C. (Mendenhall) Ankrum; Rebecca Jane (Mendenhall) Elliott. Deceased daughters: Sarah (Mendenhall) Reese; Lydia (Mendenhall) Newlin; Almeda (Mendenhall) Thompson. (Campbell), Rosetta Hibler. 270, 271 d/o Daniel Campbell and Maggie (Campbell - correct) Campbell. w/o Henry Hibbler. m/o Logan Hibler; Earl Hibler; Lola (Hibler); Amy (Hibler); Ernest Hibler.

Campbell, Samuel. 270, 271. s/o Thomas Campbell and Dora (Kirkpatrick) Campbell.

(Campbell), Sarah J. Kirkpatrick. 270, 271. d/o Daniel Campbell and Maggie (Campbell - correct) Campbell. w/o Marion Kirkpatrick. m/o Pearl (Kirkpatrick).

(Campbell), Stella S. 693. b.1878. d/o John J. Campbell and Catherine (Gernand) Campbell.

Campbell, Thomas. 270, 271 d.1879 h/o Naby (Swain) Campbell. f/o 5 children, only two surviving: Marvin S. Campbell and Daniel Campbell. Thomas followed Daniel to Vermilion County in 1868.

Campbell, Thomas. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Campbell, Thomas 270, 271 s/o Daniel Campbell and Maggie (Campbell - correct) Campbell. h/o Dora (Kirkpatrick) Campbell. f/o Samuel Campbell and May (Campbell). Thomas was an agricultural implement dealer, and grain buyer. Thomas and sister Sarah J. married into the Kirkpatrick family. Relationship between Dora and Marion unknown.

Campbell, William. 493, 494, 495. First husband of Polly (Hudson) Campbell Green. f/o 6 children.

See also Canady and Canada.

(Canaday) (g/n/u) Archbold. 1057, 1058. w/o James A. Archbold from Ireland. m/o Hon. Edward Archbold, grandmother of Israel N. Archbold.

Canaday, Adam. 430, 431, 432. s/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday.

(Canaday), Alice Morris. 347, 348. d/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. w/o Dr. Charles C. Morris. m/o Jesse C. Morris; Estella E. (Morris); Mary H. (Morris).

(Canaday), Anna A. 347, 348 d/o Benjamin F. Canaday and Cornelia (Green) Canaday.

(Canaday), Annie M. 430, 431, 432. b.1838. d.1858/20. d/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday. Annie lost her vision at age 2, and died at an institute for the blind at age 20.

Canaday, Benjamin. 347, 348. s/o Henry Canaday and Matilda (Barnard) Canaday. Benjamin was vital to the families early efforts to settle in Illinois. See 348 for Quaker church story.

Canaday, Benjamin F. 347, 348. s/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. h/o Cornelia (Green) Canaday. f/o Howard W. Canaday; Richard A. Canaday; Anna A. (Canaday); Jesse Canaday, and newborn triplets Mary, Martha, and unnamed baby boy.

Canaday, Boater. 517, 518. d.1845. Husband of two women. (Wife #1) Ellen (Weidener) Canaday. m/o William R. Canaday, Sarah J. Canaday. George Canaday. (Wife #2) Name unknown, 6 children were not included.

(Canaday), Charity J. 499, 500. d/o John Canaday and Emily (Larrance) Canaday.

Canaday, Charles. 734, 735. h/o Alice (Larrance) Canaday.

(Canaday), Cora. 499, 500. d/o John Canaday and Emily (Larrance) Canaday.

(Canaday), Cora. 517, 518. d/o George W. Canaday and Mary Jane (Smith) Canaday.

(Canaday), Dora. 347, 348. d/o James A. Canaday and Drusilla (Diven) Canaday.

Canaday) Earl. 347, 348. s/o James A. Canaday and Drusilla (Diven) Canaday.

Canaday, Edwin. 347, 348. s/o G. Franklin Canaday and Mary (Jackson) Canaday.

Canaday, Elihu. 430, 431, 432. d.1840. h/o Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday. f/o 7 children: Adam Canaday; Sarah J. (Canaday); Henry D. Canaday; Annie M. (Canaday); Mary Jemima (Canaday); Minerva E. (Canaday) Babb; Rebecca J. (Canaday).

(Canaday), Emma E. 517, 518. d/o George W. Canaday and Mary Jane (Smith) Canaday.

(Canaday), Estella. 367, 368 d/o H. G. Canaday and Ella (Clifton) Canaday.

(Canaday), Flora. 499, 500. d/o John Canaday and Emily (Larrance) Canaday.

(Canaday), Florence. 499, 500. d/o John Canaday and Emily (Larrance) Canaday.

(Canaday), Florence. 517, 518. d/o George W. Canaday and Mary Jane (Smith) Canaday.

Canaday, Frank. 517, 518. s/o George W. Canaday and Mary Jane (Smith) Canaday.

Canaday (or Canada 730), Frederick. 487, 488, 489. d.1886 s/o Henry Canaday who moved from Tennessee in 1820 with $4,000 in gold and silver coins. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Charity (Haworth) Canaday. m/o 10 children, 7 living: Jane (Canaday) Patterson; Mary A. (Canaday) Larrance (correct); Henry F. Canaday; Isaac Canaday; Sarah (Canaday) Ankrum; John Canaday. (Wife #2) Anna (Haworth) Canaday,. The day after the marriage of Frederick and Charity in 1820, they began a journey, on horseback, from Tennessee to Vermilion County. They settled in a wilderness full of wild animals. Note: The maiden name of each wife was Haworth. Relationship unknown.

Canaday, G. Franklin. 347, 348. s/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. h/o Mary (Jackson) Canaday. f/o Gertrude (Canaday); and Edwin Canaday.

Canaday, George. Bio 517, 518. b.1842. s/o Boater Canaday and Ellen (Weidener) Canaday. h/o Mary Jane (Smith) Canaday. f/o Emma E. (Canaday); Florence (Canaday); Cora (Canaday); Ollie (Canaday); Frank Canaday. George's boyhood and youth were spent learning to plow, sow, and reap. George went by wagon to Worth County, Missouri, and purchased 100 acres. He farmed for 7 years. During this time he was married (1867) and three of his 5 children were born. In 1874 he returned to Vermilion County with his wife and 3 older children in a wagon; the younger two children were born in Illinois. He bought a 72 acre farm near Ridge Farm, and in 1884 he bought a second farm of 120 acres in Carrol Township, providing him with two medium sized farms.

(Canaday), Gertrude. 347, 348. d/o G. Franklin Canaday and Mary (Jackson) Canaday.

Canaday, Govern. 487, 488, 489. b.1886. s/o Henry F. Canaday and Maggie S. (Brewer) Canaday.

(Canaday), Grace. 499, 500. d/o John Canaday and Emily (Larrance) Canaday.

Canaday, H. G. 367, 368. h/o Ella (Clifton) Canaday. f/o Estella (Canaday).

Canaday, Harry. 476, 477. h/o Martha (Cassel) Canaday. f/o 2 children. Harry was a merchant.

Canaday, Henry. 487, 488, 489. f/o Frederick Canaday. In 1820, with $4,000 in gold and silver in a box on a wagon, Henry headed west. He camped where Indianapolis eventually began. Robert E. Barnett drove the 6 horse wagon team, and while making a short turn, the money box spilled its contents into a little creek. All the money was found. Henry left Tennessee to get away from slavery. He sold settlers hundreds of acres of land to encourage settlement.

Canaday, Henry, Sr. 347, 348. h/o Matilda (Barnard) Canaday. f/o William Canaday, Sr., Bio 346, 347, 348; Benjamin Canaday; Henry Canaday, Jr. A year before moving permanently to Elwood Township in 1824, two sons built a round log cabin for the family. See 347 for hardships, illness, Indian encounters, animals, etc., and for left- behind hogs story. He established a tanyard and tin shop. In 1826 with John Haworth, set up a Quaker "Society of Friends" church, sometimes with just son Henry sitting with him. Canaday, Henry, Jr. 347, 348. s/o Henry Canaday and Matilda (Barnard) Canaday.

Canaday, Henry D. 430, 431, 432. s/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday.

Canaday, Henry F. Bio 487, 488, 489. b.1840. s/o Frederick Canaday and Charity (Haworth) Canaday. h/o Maggie S. (Brewer) Canaday. f/o Govern H. Canaday. Henry studied at the Vermilion Grove Academy under Gen. John C. Black. He served 2 years with Co. A, 25th Illinois Infantry. Then he served 2 years with Co. E, 12th Kansas Mounted Infantry. Henry and Maggie married in 1875, and lived on 110 acres in his father's old homestead.

Canaday, Henry. 620, 623. f/o Sarah J. (Canaday) Smith. Henry was a farmer.

Canaday, Herman. 571, 572. When Seth Mills and wife Rebecca (Canaday) Mills moved to Vermilion County in 1828, brothers Herman and John Canaday with their families, joined the Mills family on the move. Relationship to Rebecca (Canaday) Mills not included.

Canaday, Howard W. 347, 348. s/o Benjamin F. Canaday and Cornelia (Green) Canaday.

Canaday, Isaac. 487, 488, 489. s/o Frederick Canaday and Charity (Haworth) Canaday.

Canaday, James A. 347, 348. s/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. h/o Drusilla (Diven) Canaday. f/o Mary E. (Canaday); Dora (Canaday) ; Earl Canaday; Ora (Canaday). The family lived in Champaign County.

(Canaday), Jane Patterson. 487, 488, 489. d/o Frederick Canaday and Charity (Haworth) Canaday.

Canaday, Jesse. 347, 348. s/o Benjamin F. Canaday and Cornelia (Green) Canaday.

Canaday, John. 487, 488, 489. s/o Frederick Canaday and Charity (Haworth) Canaday.

Canaday, John. 499, 500. h/o Emily (Larrance) Canaday. f/o Cora (Canaday); Grace (Canaday); Charity J. (Canaday); Florence (Canaday); Flora (Canaday).

Canaday, John. 571, 572. h/o Julatha (g/n/u) Canaday. f/o Rebecca (Canaday) Mills.

Canaday, John. 571, 572. When Seth Mills and wife Rebecca (Canaday) Mills moved to Vermilion County in 1828, brothers Herman and John Canaday with their families, joined the Mills family on the move. Relationship to Rebecca (Canaday) Mills not included.

Canaday, John. 737, 738. h/o Lucy (Dillon) Canaday.

(Canaday), Julia A. Harold. 347, 348. d/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. w/o Wilton Harold.

(Canaday), Margaret Vanneman. 646, 647, 648. w/o Franklin Vanneman. m/o 3 children.

Canaday, (triplets) Mary, Martha, and unnamed boy. 347, 348 Children of Benjamin F. Canaday and Cornelia (Green) Canaday.

(Canaday), Mary E. 347, 348. d/o James A. Canaday and Drusilla (Diven) Canaday.

(Canaday), Mary Jemima. 430, 431, 432. d/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday.

(Canaday), Mary Larrance. 487, 488, 489. d/o Frederick Canaday and Charity (Haworth) Canaday. w/o Isaac Larrance.

(Canaday), Matilda J. Brown. 347, 348. d/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. w/o Rev. Thomas C. Brown. m/o M. Alice (Brown); Oliver W. Brown.

(Canaday), Minerva E. Babb 430, 431, 432. b. 1845. d/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday. w/o Ira Babb. Ora (Canady) Babb was also married to an Ira Babb.

(Canaday), Ollie. 517, 518. d/o George W. Canaday and Mary Jane (Smith) Canaday.

(Canaday) Ora. 347, 348 d/o James A. Canaday and Drusilla (Diven) Canaday. w/o Ira Babb. (No children listed.) Minerva (Canady) Babb was also married to an Ira Babb.

(Canaday), Rebecca J. 430, 431, 432. d/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday.

(Canaday) Rebecca Mills 571, 572; 510, 515. b.1806 d.1888/82. d/o John Canaday and Julatha (m/n/u) Mills. w/o Seth Mills. m/o Irene (Mills) Haworth; Henry Mills, Bio 571, 572; Aaron Mills; Lucinda B. (Mills) deceased; Annie M. (Mills). Rebecca died at son Henry's home. Seth came to Vermilion County in the spring of 1828, raised a crop of corn, and returned for family in the fall of 1828; they were joined in the move with the John and Herman Canaday families. (Note: Not explained, but John and Herman were probably brothers of Rebecca.) The Mills family settled on the "Thomas Brown Place," then on the Aaron Glick Farm. Excerpt from the autobiography of Seth, written in 1846 of his arrival in Vermilion County: Had one horse, two cows, 3 calves, a few sheep and 50ยข. Bought a second horse for 110 days work."

Canaday, Richard. 347, 348. s/o Benjamin Canaday and Cornelia (Green) Canaday.

Canaday, Richard H. 347, 348 s/o William Canady Sr. and Mary (Haworth) Canady. h/o Catherine (Harold) Canaday. f/o William Canaday. Richard occupied part of the old homestead.

(Canaday or Canada) Sarah Ankrum. 730. 487, 488, 489. d/o Frederick Canaday and Charity (Haworth) Canaday. w/o George Ankrum. m/o Donnie E. (Ankrum) Bell; Harrison B. Ankrum; Lilly A. (Ankrum) Davis; Frederick B. Ankrum.

(Canaday), Sarah J. 430, 431, 432. d/o Elihu Canaday and Elizabeth (McCowan) Canaday.

(Canaday), Sarah J. 517, 518. d/o Boater Canaday and Ellen (Weidener) Canaday.

(Canaday) Sarah J. Smith. 620, 623. b.1856. d/o Henry Canaday). w/o Francis P. Smith. m/o Everett Smith; Ethel (Smith); Noble Smith.

Canaday, William Sr. Portrait 346. Bio 347, 348. b.1809. s/o Henry Canaday and Matilda (Barnard) Canaday. h/o two women (Wife #1) Mary (Haworth) Canaday, m/o 10 children, 7 living: Julia A (Canaday) Harold; G. Franklin Canaday; Richard H. Canaday; James A. Canaday; Matilda J. (Canaday) Brown; Benjamin F. Canaday; Alice (Canaday) Morris. (Wife #2) Elizabeth (Diament) Canaday. Four men had the same name as William, but he was the earliest resident, arriving when there was only one cabin in Elwood Township. William learned tanning, saddlery, and harness making before turning to farming, stock raising, and stock dealing on his 430 acres; he gave 540 acres to his children.

Canaday, William R. 517, 518. s/o Boater Canaday and Ellen (Weidener) Canaday. Canaday, William. 347, 348. s/o Richard H. Canaday and Catherine (Harold) Canaday. Canady, (g/n/u). 1095, 1096, 1097. h/o Eliza (Horn) Canady, resident of Indiana. Canady, Charles. 734, 735. h/o Alice (Larrance) Canady. Cannon, Daniel. 682, 683. Died before 1889. h/o Diana (Davis) Cannon. f/o two children. Note: Milton Cannon also married a Davis sister. No connection between Daniel and Milton included. Cannon, Edward. 537, 538. h/o Lena (Dickson) Cannon. Edward was interested in an electric light plant in Portland Oregon.

(Cannon) Helen. 225, 226. d/o Hon. Joseph G. Cannon and Mary P. (Reed) Cannon.

Cannon, Dr. Horace F. 225, 226. b.1806 d.1851/45. h/o Gulielma (Hollingsworth) Cannon. f/o Hon. Joseph G. Cannon. A physician and surgeon, Horace left North Carolina in 1840 to get away from "the curse of slavery."

Cannon, James. 971, 972. Born in Ireland. f/o Letitia (Cannon) Adams. One child died during the crossing of the sea, and was buried at sea.

Cannon, Hon. Joseph G. Portrait 224. Bio 225, 226. b.1836. s/o Dr. Horace F. Cannon and Gulielma (Hollingsworth) Cannon. h/o Mary P. (Reed) Cannon. f/o Helen (Cannon); Mabel (Cannon). Admitted to Bar in 1859. Worked for John P. Usher who became a Lincoln secretary. He was a Congressman in 1879, and was into 9th term in 1889. See for details of distinguished career.

(Cannon), Letitia Adams. 971, 972. Born in Ireland, died in 1851. d/o James Cannon. w/o James Adams. m/o 13 children including 6th born Arnold P. Adams, Bio 971, 972.

(Cannon), Mabel 225, 226. d/o Hon. Joseph G. Cannon and Mary P. (Reed) Cannon.

(Cannon), Margaret Neville. 423, 424. 429. w/o Frank Neville. m/o 1 child.

Cannon, Milton 682, 683. Died before 1889. h/o Cynthia A (Davis) Cannon. f/o five children. Note: Daniel Cannon also married a Davis sister. No connection between Daniel and Milton included.

(Caraway), Ann E. 680, 681, 682. d/o Charles Caraway and Elizabeth (McCorkle) Caraway.

Caraway, Charles. 680, 681, 682. b. 1788 d.1838/50. s/o Thomas Caraway. First husband of Elizabeth (McCorkle) Caraway Butler. f/o Harriet (Caraway); Martha (Caraway); Isabella (Caraway) Oakwood, died 1882, age 48, 637, 638, 639; Ann E. (Caraway); Charles T. Caraway, Bio 680, 681, 682. The Caraway family moved to Vermilion County in 1829. Charles died one month before the birth of son Charles.

Caraway, Charles H. 680, 681, 682. s/o Charles T. Caraway and Jennie (Dougherty) Caraway.

Caraway, Charles T. Residence 501. Bio 680, 681, 682. b.1838. s/o Charles Caraway and Elizabeth (McCorkle) Caraway. h/o Jennie (Dougherty) Caraway. f/o Warren E. Caraway; Charles H. Caraway; Nellie B. (Caraway); deceased infant. Charles was born one month after his father died. He enlisted as a private in Co. I, 35th Illinois Infantry. Wounded in the leg on Mission Ridge, he recuperated in a hospital for 9 months. On order of General Rosencrans, Charles was listed on the Roll of Honor, and raised in rank to corporal. He raised short horn cattle on his 160 acres.

(Caraway), Harriet. 680, 681, 682. d/o Charles Caraway and Elizabeth (McCorkle) Caraway.

(Caraway), Isabella Oakwood. 637, 638, 639. 680, 681, 682 b.1834 d.1882/48. d/o Charles Caraway and Elizabeth (McCorkle) Caraway. First wife of Honorable Jacob H. Oakwood, married 31 years. m/o Mary E. (Oakwood), died age 14; Charles H. Oakwood; George W. Oakwood; Emma J. (Oakwood) Jeffres; Anna (Oakwood); Franklin Oakwood and two other children died as infants.

Caraway, John H. Bio 1023, 1024. b.1855. At age 17, John rented land from his father and engaged in livestock business. In 1979 he purchased 160 acres in Young America Township, improved the property, then sold it, repeating the procedure, even selling a hardware store in Chrisman "on account of too much business." He served as administrator of his father's 13,000 acre estate. The property was divided in the spring of 1889, and described as "joint property with his 4 sisters." His specialty was livestock. He also owned 300 acres which he rented. Note: Names of parents and sisters were not included, nor any other identification.

(Caraway), Martha. 680, 681, 682. d/o Charles Caraway and Elizabeth (McCorkle) Caraway.

(Caraway), Nellie B. 680, 681, 682. d/o Charles T. Caraway and Jennie (Dougherty) Caraway.

Caraway, Thomas. 680, 681, 682. f/o Charles Caraway.

Caraway, Warren E. 680, 681, 682. s/o Charles T. Caraway and Jennie (Dougherty) Caraway.

Cardell, Charles. 685, 686. h/o Anna (Layton) Cardell.

Carnes, John. 1039. h/o Hannah (Murphy) Carnes.

Carney, (g/n/u) 538. h/o Mary C. (Leach) Carney. The Carneys lived in Arkansas.

Carpenter, C. E. 991, 992. h/o Margaret (Athon) Carpenter. Residents of Topeka, Kansas.

Carr, (g/n/u). 1041, 1042. h/o Christine (Staff) Carr.

(Carriger), Elizabeth Baum. 728, 729 d/o Michael Carriger.

Carriger, Isaac. 728, 729. s/o Michael Carriger.

Carriger, John. 728, 729. s/o Michael Carriger.

(Carriger), Mary Smith. 728, 729. d/o Michael Carriger. w/o Jessee Smith. m/o George W. Smith and an unnamed son.

Carriger, Michael. 728, 729. f/o Mary (Carriger) Smith; William Carriger; John Carriger; Isaac Carriger; Elizabeth (Carriger) Baum.

Carriger, William. 728, 729. s/o Michael Carriger.

(Carrington), Rebecca A. Hopper. 329, 330, 331. w/o John Hopper. m/o 3.

Carrington, William. 575, 576. h/o Mary L. (Busby) Carrington. f/o 3.

(Carroll), Vena Gray. 624, 625. w/o Alfred Gray. m/o John Gray; William Gray.

Carruthers, Albert. 399, 400, 401. s/o Henry Carruthers and Nancy A. (Spry) Carruthers.

Carruthers, Henry. 399, 400, 401. h/o Nancy A. (Spry) Carruthers who died in 1863. f/o William Carruthers; Albert Carruthers; Marintha (Carruthers).

(Carruthers), Marintha. 399, 400, 401. d/o Henry Carruthers and Nancy A. (Spry) Carruthers.

Carruthers, William. 399, 400, 401. s/o Henry Carruthers and Nancy A. (Spry) Carruthers.

(Carson), Maggie E. Sayre. 910, 911. w/o William S. Sayre.

Carter, (g/n/u). 218. Died before 1889. First h/o Susan (m/n/u) Carter Boardman. Second husband of Susan was Vinson R. Boardman

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Carter, Abraham. 751, 752. b.1824. d.1869/45. h/o Eliza A. (Bacon) Carter. f/o Charles A. Carter; Frank A. Carter; William H. Carter. Abraham was a butcher in Peoria Illinois, and also a farmer.

Carter, Brien. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Carter, Charles A. 751, 752. s/o Abraham Carter and Eliza A. (Bacon) Carter.

(Carter), Deborah Riggs. 653, 654. b.1828. d/o Harvey Carter and Charlotte (Clark) Carter. w/o Luther A. Riggs. m/o Harvey J. Riggs; Cyrus Riggs; Frank L. Riggs; John E. Riggs, died as infant; Flora B. (Devenger/Riggs), adopted daughter. At age 27, with future brother-in-law John Carter, Luther rented a farm in Edgar County, Illinois. His team plus one of John's teams made a 4-horse drawn wagon which was loaded with household goods. The trip took 19 days on the road, arriving on April 10, 1857. Luther stayed 6 months, then went back to Pennsylvania. He married Deborah in 1860, and in 1862 they moved to Vermilion County. In 1863, he purchased 80 acres of grass covered prairie. He built a house in 1866.

(Carter), Elizabeth Norris. 561, 562. d.1841. w/o James Norris. m/o 10 children, including first born Nathan J. Norris M.D.

(Carter), Ethelinda Elliott. 708, 709. d/o Robert Elliott and Nancy (Morgan) Elliott. w/o William Elliott who died before 1889.

Carter), Ezekiel. 653, 654. s/o Harvey Carter and Charlotte (Clark) Carter. Ezekiel, a farmer, came to Edgar County in 1854. In 1856 his family followed, and in 1858 his mother and part of the family moved to Vermilion County.

Carter, Frank A. Bio 751, 752. b.1860. s/o Abraham Carter and Eliza A. (Bacon) Carter. Father Abraham died when Frank was 9, so he lived with his uncle on "Woodlawn Farm" for 12 years. Frank obtained a fair education in Indianola in the winters. He was the "show boy" of his uncle's prize winning livestock. Frank left his uncle's home in 1881. In 1886, he entered the mercantile business in Indianola with his brother, William H. Carter. They also purchased wool, produce, groceries and pottery of the Queensware line. Note: "Woodlawn Farm" was most likely the farm of Harvey Sodowsky, who owned "Woodland Farm."

Carter, George. 770, 771, 772. h/o Mildred (m/n/u) Carter. f/o Mildred (Carter) Davis Barr. George was the overseer of the slaves of Gen. Washington.

Carter, Harvey, Sr. 653, 654. b.1803 d.1840/37. h/o Charlotte (Clark) Carter. f/o Ezekiel Carter; William Carter; Harvey Carter; Deborah (Carter) Riggs; Rebecca (Carter) Ross; John Carter; Lottie (Carter) died in girlhood.

Carter, Harvey, Jr. 653, 654. s/o Harvey Carter Sr. and Charlotte (Clark) Carter. Harvey, a farmer, came to Edgar County in 1856 with family and mother and in 1858 they moved to Vermilion County.

Carter, James. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Carter, John. 653, 654. s/o Harvey Carter and Charlotte (Clark) Carter. John was a farmer.

Carter, Dr. Joseph. 739, 740. Physician in Urbana, Ohio. Dr. William Fithian began his study of medicine in 1816 at age 17 under Dr. Carter. Later, Dr. Fithian formed a partnership with Dr. Carter till 1830.

(Carter), Mary Collins. 566. Born in Ireland. w/o John Collins, Sr. m/o 5 sons and 1 daughter, including Richard Collins the first to come to America in 1845, who called for his twin brother, John, Jr. who joined him.

(Carter), Mildred Davis Barr. 770, 771, 772. Died age 93. d/o George Carter and Mildred (m/n/u) Carter. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) (g/n/u) Davis. f/o Elizabeth (Davis). (Husband #2) William Barr, Sr. f/o Mary J. (Barr); William W. Barr; James Barr; John C. Barr.

(Carter), Rebecca Ross. 653, 654. d/o Harvey Carter and Charlotte (Clark) Carter. w/o John Ross, died before 1889.

Carter), William. 653, 654. s/o Harvey Carter and Charlotte (Clark) Carter. William, a farmer, came to Edgar County in 1856 with family and mother and in 1858 they moved to Vermilion County.

Carter, William H. 751, 752. s/o Abraham Carter and Eliza A. (Bacon) Carter. Deputy Circuit Clerk of Vermilion County. In 1886, William entered the mercantile business in Indianola with his brother, Frank A. Carter. They also purchased wool, produce, groceries and pottery of the Queensware line.

Cartwright, Peter. 991, 992. Joseph Athon was a religious man and hosted Peter Cartwright, "eccentric Methodist preacher," who delivered a sermon in Joseph's house every 4 weeks. (Google note: A legendary traveling Methodist preacher, Peter began preaching at age 18.)

(Casart), Mary M. Blair, 595, 596. b.1842. d/o Peter Casart and Mary (m/n/u) Casart. w/o Samuel Blair. m/o Henry M. Blair; Robert Blair; Alice (Blair), died at 10 months; Clara M. (Blair); Franklin F. Blair, deceased; Samuel A. Blair.

Casart, Peter. 596, 597. h/o Mary (m/n/u) Casart. f/o 9 children, including 6th born Mary M. (Casart) Blair.

(Casebear), Sarah Buckler. 1018, 1019. w/o William R. Buckler. m/o Walter S. Buckler; Leroy Buckler; Jessie Buckler; Maud (Buckler). William was a farmer in Shiloh Township.

(Casey), Phebe Elder. 629, 630. b.1815 d.1860/45. w/o John Elder. m/o Ann J. (Elder); Wallace Elder; Findlay Elder; Melinda (Elder); Samuel Elder; Anderson W. Elder; Anderson W Elder; David Elder; Robert Elder; Charles Elder.

Cash, Jacob. 996, 997. f/o Mary I. (Cash) Pinnell.

(Cash), Lena McCollum. 859, 860. w/o Simeon McCollum. m/o Walter McCollum; Nettie (McCollum).

(Cash), Mary I. Pinnell. 996, 997. b.1857. d/o Jacob Cash. w/o Joseph R. Pinnell. m/o Osborne R. Pinnell; Joseph H. Pinnell.

Cass, John William. 689, 690, 691, 692. h/o Harriet Ann (Dougherty). f/o 6 children. They lived in Muncie.

Cassaday, Daniel. 949, 950. d.1859. f/o Louisa (Cassaday) Crandall. Daniel left Virginia and moved first to Kentucky, then to Sims Township in Edgar County where he became an extensive land owner.

(Cassaday), Louisa Crandall. 949, 950. d/o Daniel Cassaday. w/o John Crandall. m/o Eugene B. Crandall, Bio 949, 950; Frank Crandall; DeWitt Crandall, died at age 8.

Note: Change of spelling from Cassaday to Cassady.

(Cassady), Mary A. Stark. 373, 374. 458, 461. d. age 59. w/o John Stark. m/o 14 children, (Note: In the biography, the name "Henry" was entered twice, once as Henry, and once as Henry "deceased); Jerry Stark; Jefferson Stark; Henry Stark, deceased; Madison Stark; William Stark; Hannah (Stark); Joel Stark; Belle (Stark); Samuel Stark; Monroe Stark; Henry Stark; Robert Stark; Melissa A. (Stark) Bennett; Josephine W. (Stark).

(Cassel), Alice. 476, 477. Deceased. d/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel.

(Cassel), Ann Nichols. 476, 477. d/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel. w/o James Nichols m/o 2 children. Residents of Vermilion County.

(Cassel), Caroline Kirkpatrick. 476, 477. d/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel. w/o Allen Kirkpatrick. m/o 5 children. Residents of North Carolina.

Cassel, Charles. 476, 477. s/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel.

Cassel, Columbus. 476, 477. Son of John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel. h/o Eva Clark. f/o 3 children. Columbus was a farmer in Kansas.

Cassel, Eliza. Residence 336. See Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel for Eliza's Bio 476, 477.

Cassel, Frank. 476, 477. Deceased. s/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel.

Cassel, John, Jr. Residence 336. Bio 476, 477. d.1880. s/o John Cassel and Mary (Dark) Cassel. h/o Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel. f/o Columbus Cassel; Caroline (Cassel) Kirkpatrick; Ann (Cassel) Nichols; Charles Cassel; Alice (Cassel), deceased; Frank Cassel, deceased; Martin Cassel, deceased; Martha (Cassel) Canaday; Rosa (Cassel) McAlister. Arriving in Vermilion County with nothing, with hard work he eventually owned 610 acres.

Cassel, John, Sr. 476, 477. h/o Martha (Dark) Cassel. f/o John Cassel, Jr.

(Cassel), Martha Canaday. 476, 477. d/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel. w/o Harry Canaday. m/o 2 children.

Cassel, Martin 476, 477. Deceased. s/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel.

(Cassel), Rosa McAlister. 476, 477. d/o John Cassel and Eliza (Snyder) Bailey Cassel. w/o John McAlister. m/o 2 children.

(Cassidy), Mary Elliott. 892, 893, 894. Born in Ireland, Mary lived nearly 100 years, dying after a brief illness. w/o Rowland Elliott who was said to have lived 125 years. m/o Percival Elliott.

(Cassle), Cynthia Ann White. 829. d/o James A. Cassle and Essemiah W. (Ravenaugh) Cassle. w/o Edward White.

Cassle, George W. 829. s/o James A. Cassle and Essemiah W. (Ravenaugh) Cassle. h/o Julia A. (Hall) Cassle.

Cassle, Henry Horton. 829. s/o James A. Cassle and Essemiah W. (Ravenaugh) Cassle.

Cassle, Hiram. 829. d.1871. h/o Lodema (Cusic) Cassle. f/o 9 children, 8 living including James A. Cassle. Hiram was a tanner in Tennessee. In 1838 he built a tannery near Elbridge Township, and also farmed 360 acres.

(Cassle), Icy Dora Shaeffer. 829. d/o James A. Cassle and Essemiah W. (Ravenaugh) Cassle. w/o Willis C. Shaeffer.

Cassle, James A. Bio 829. b.1836. s/o Hiram Cassle and Lodema (Cusick) Cassle. h/o Essemiah W. (Revenaugh) Cassle. f/o 6 children, 5 living: Cynthia Ann (Cassle) White; George W. Cassle; Icy Dora (Cassle) Shaeffer; Charles B. Cassle, died 1870, age 6; Laura (Cassle); Henry Horton Cassle. James was one year old when his family arrived in Illinois. His education was typical of pioneer children. Married at 22, he farmed 120 acres.

(Cassle), Laura. 829. d/o James A. Cassle and Essemiah W. (Ravenaugh) Cassle.

Cast, Aquilla. 227, 228. b.1799. d.1831/32. s/o Ezekial Cast, h/o Mary (Villers) Cast. f/o 8 children, William Cast being the 4th child. Aquilla was six when the family arrived in Ohio in 1805, the third year of statehood.

(Cast), Carrie. 227, 228 d/o John Oliver Cast and Mary (Thayer) Cast.

Cast, Charles 589. s/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast.

Cast, Ezekial 227, 228, f/o Aquilla Cast. Grandfather of William Cast. The family arrived in Ohio in 1805, the third year of statehood.

Cast, Ezekial. 589. Husband of four women. (Wife #1) Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast. died in 1864. m/o Mary F. (Cast); Isaac William (Cast); Letta (Cast); Joseph Cast; Wilbur F. L. Cast; Jennie (Cast); Charles Cast. (Wives #2, #3, #4 not named, nor any children from the three marriages.) Ezekial was a carpenter and a farmer.

Cast, George. 227, 228. s/o John Oliver Cast and Mary (Thayer) Cast.

Cast, Isaac William. 589. s/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast.

Cast, James W. 227, 228. s/o William Cast and Rachel (Villars) Cast. h/o Ella (Farris) Cast. f/o Mabel (Cast); Minnie (Cast).

(Cast), Jennie. 589. d/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast.

Cast, John Oliver. 227, 228. s/o William Cast and Rachel (Villars) Cast. h/o Mary (Thayer) Cast. f/o George Cast and Carrie (Cast).

Cast, Joseph. 589. s/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast.

(Cast), Katie F. 589. d/o Wilbur F. L. Cast and Celia Nugent Cast.

(Cast), Letta. 589. d/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast.

(Cast), Mabel. 227, 228. d/o James W. Cast and Ella (Farris) Cast.

(Cast), Mary Brown. 227, 228. d/o William Cast and Rachel (Villars) Cast. w/o Perry Brown.

(Cast), Mary F. 589. d/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast.

(Cast), Minnie. 227, 228. d/o James W. Cast and Ella (Farris) Cast.

Cast, Raymond E. 589. s/o Wilbur F. L. Cast and Celia Nugent Cast.

Cast, Wilbur F. L. Bio 589. b.1858. s/o Ezekial Cast and Martha Francis (Berkely) Cast. h/o Celia (Nugent) Cast. f/o Raymond E. Cast; Katie F. (Cast). Wilbur had a good education. He was only 3 years old when his mother died. He left Ohio at 16, and came to Vermilion County. Twelve years after arriving, and working as a laborer, he was employed by W. H. Bartley. He owned an 80 acre farm. He was popular member of the Sidell Reds baseball team, playing short stop.

Cast, William. Bio 227, 228. b.1821. s/o Aquilla Cast and Mary (Villars) Cast, their 4th child of 8. h/o Rachel (Villars) Cast (his first cousin). f/o James W. Cast; John Oliver Cast; Mary (Cast) Brown; George Aquilla died at 9 months. William was 10 when his father died. In 1843 with a team of horses and a wagon, William and his family traveled 14 days to Danville Township. He eventually owned 320 acres.

(Castle), Carrie Folger. 745, 746. w/o Alonzo M Folger. m/o Ray Folger.

(Castle) Lucy Hole. 743. w/o Oliver C. Hole. m/o Melvin Hole. The Hole family lived in Kansas.

Catherwood, Allen T. Bio 219, 220. 408, 409. b.1842. s/o James Catherwood and Lydia (Tussie) Catherwood. h/o Cornelia (Hartwell) Catherwood. f/o 6 children, surviving were: Robert Catherwood; Maud (Catherwood); Naomi (Catherwood). Allen was a partner of Hoopestown Canning Factory with J. S. McFerren and A. H. Trego. Owner of grain elevators. See bio of Thomas Williams who operated the 12 grain elevators in the winter, and Allen operated them in the summer. He had business connections with Nathan Williams, 585, 586.

(Catherwood), Elizabeth J. Rice. 869, 870. w/o Seaton S. Rice. m/o one unnamed child. Adoptive mother of Ora E. King, and also raised Charles William Alonzo Rice, son of deceased brother of Seaton, William T. Rice who died in 1890.

(Catherwood), Hazel. 720, 721. d/o James Steele Catherwood and Mary (Hartwell) Catherwood.

Catherwood, James. 219, 220. Born in Ireland. d.1855. h/o Lydia (Tussie) Catherwood. f/o Allen T. Catherwood (Bio 219, 220), the youngest of 10 children. James was 20 when he came to America, and became a successful farmer.

Catherwood, James Steele. Bio 720, 721. b.1845. h/o Mary (Hartwell) Catherwood. f/o Hazel (Catherwood). James was 12 when he arrived in Shelby Co. Illinois in 1857. In 1859, he was sent to school in Christian County, Illinois. See for education. He served in the 115th Illinois Infantry. In 1869 he began work in the stock business in Kansas. James and his brother managed herds of 1,200 to 1,500 animals. See for extensive business. In 1885 he served as postmaster of Hoopeston. He was Secretary of the North Vermilion Loan Association.

(Catherwood), Maud. 219, 220. d/o Allen T. Catherwood and Cornelia (Hartwell) Catherwood.

(Catherwood), Naomi. 219, 220. d/o Allen T. Catherwood and Cornelia (Hartwell) Catherwood.

Catherwood), Robert. 219, 220. s/o Allen T. Catherwood and Cornelia (Hartwell) Catherwood.

(Catlett), Bessie A. 698, 699. d/o Kemp A. Catlett and Lilly F. (Sconce) Catlett.

Catlett, Harold. 301, 302, 303. s/o Lawrence T. Catlett.

Catlett, Hiram. 200, 201. f/o Nellie (Catlett) Adams. Note: Hiram may have been the son of Lawrence T. Catlett 302.

Catlett, Kemp A. 698, 699. h/o Lilly F. (Sconce) Catlett. f/o Bessie A. Catlett. Kemp was a farmer and stock breeder. Wife, Lilly, was a teacher.

Catlett, Lawrence T. 301, 302, 303. f/o 12, including Hiram Catlett (see 201); Harold Catlett; Mary C. (Catlett) Davis.

(Catlett), Mary C. Davis. 301, 302, 303. b.1821. d/o Lawrence Catlett, 3rd child in family of 12. Second wife of William Davis. Mary had been a teacher.

(Catlett), Nellie Adams. 200, 201. d/o Hiram Catlett. w/o George C. Adams. m/o 2 children.

(Catlin), Elizabeth Dickson Smith. 455, 456. d/o Hiram C. Catlin. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Simon Dickson. f/o Wilbur T. Dickson; Oliver P. Dickson; Hiram C. Dickson; Sanford S. Dickson. (Husband #2) Dr. Samuel T. Smith, of Florida.

(Catlin), Henrietta Dalby McFarland. 689, 690, 691, 692. b.1821. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Aaron Dalby. Married in 1837, Henrietta was Aaron's third wife. (Husband #2) John McFarland.

Catlin, Hiram C. 455, 456. b.1781. d.1871/90. f/o Elizabeth (Catlin) Dickson Smith. Hiram laid out the town of Catlin, which was named in his honor.

Cauble, Adam J. 281, 282. s/o Willis C. Cauble and Serena (m/n/u) Cauble.

(Cauble), Cora E. 281, 282. d/o Willis C. Cauble and Serena (m/n/u) Cauble.

(Cauble), Flora M. 281, 282. d/o Willis C. Cauble and Serena (m/n/u) Cauble.

Cauble, John F. 281, 282. f/o Willis C. Cauble. John was a land owner.

(Cauble), Myrtle A. 281, 282. d/o Willis C. Cauble and Serena (m/n/u) Cauble.

Cauble, Dr. Willis Benton M.D. Portrait facing 281, Bio 281, 282 b.1866. s/o Willis C. Cauble and Serena (m/n/u) Cauble. Physician, surgeon; prize-winning thesis on "Typhoid Fever and death from Uremic Poisoning." At that time, Dr. Cauble was the youngest doctor in Vermilion County. He continued his medical training.

Cauble, Willis C. 281, 282. s/o John F. Cauble. h/o Serena (m/n/u) Cauble. f/o Willis Benton Cauble, M.D.; Cora E. (Cauble); Adam J. Cauble; Flora M. (Cauble); Myrtle A. (Cauble). Owner of three large farms from which flour, fruits and vegetables were shipped, a sawmill, grist mill, and lumber business, Willis was wealthy and prominent.

Cawood, (g/n/u). 1106, 1107. h/o Mary O. (Thayer) Cawood. Resident of Jonesville, Illinois.

Cazatt, Henry. 317, 318. b.1808 d.1844/36 of Irish descent. h/o Susan (Gritten) Cazatt. f/o Mary A. (Cazatt) Price and Minerva J. (Cazatt) Allison.

(Cazatt), Mary A. Price. 317, 318. b.1833. d/o Henry Cazatt and Susan (Gritten) Cazatt. w/o William H. Price. Sister of Minerva J. (Cazatt) Allison. m/o Jerusha J. (Price) Helmick; Lloyd H. Price; Emily M. (Price) Howard; Charles R. Price; Alice H. (Price) Duncan; Emma B. (Price) died before 1889.

(Cazatt) Minerva J. Allison. 317, 318. Daughter of Henry Cazatt and Susan (Gritten) Cazatt. w/o Otho Allison. Sister of Mary A. (Cazatt) Price.

(Cessna,) g/n/u Grimes. 313, 314. d/o Jonathon Cessna and Margaret (Divan) Cessna Richardson. Widow of Elisha Grimes. Lived on Elisha's homestead. m/o John M. Grimes; Elisha C. (Grimes); William Grimes, deceased; Jacob Grimes, deceased; Adrian Grimes; Margaret (Grimes); Ellen (Grimes); Charles Grimes; Belle (Grimes).

Cessna, Albert B. 313, 314. s/o John Cessna and wife #2 (name unknown).

(Cessna), Ann R. 313, 314. d/o John Cessna and wife #2 (name unknown).

(Cessna), Artlissa A. 372, 373. d.1854. d/o William Cessna, Sr, and Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna.

Cessna, Charles E. 313, 314 s/o John Cessna and Ann Rebecca (Truax) Cessna.

Cessna, Charles M. 372, 373. b.1869. s/o William Cessna, Sr, and second wife, Lucina (m/n/u) Melser Cessna.

(Cessna), Elizabeth. 313, 314. do John Cessna and Ann Rebecca (Truax) Cessna.

Cessna, Evan. 372, 373. b.1793. d.1861/68. h/o Mary (Fenstermaker) Cessna. f/o 9 children, 8 living to maturity, 6 still living in 1889, including third born William Cessna, Sr. Evan was a blacksmith, then turned to farming. He was almost blinded by cataracts.

Cessna, John. Bio. 313, 314. b.1833. s/o Jonathan Cessna and Margaret (Divan) Cessna Richardson. Husband of 2 wives (Wife #1) Ann Rebecca (Truax) Cessna; m/o William Cessna; Mary (Cessna); Charles E. Cessna; Lemnel E. Cessna; Elizabeth (Cessna). (Wife #2) Name not included. m/o Ann R. (Cessna); John R.Cessna; Albert B. Cessna; Mont P. Cessna. John began as a farm hand, worked in California for 22 months, and returned to Illinois. After wise land dealings, he acquiredf 260 acres. He raised cattle, horses, hogs.

Cessna, John R. 313, 314. s/o John Cessna and wife #2 (name unknown). Cessna, John W. 372, 373. b.1851 s/o William Cessna, Sr, and first wife Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna. h/o Myra (Nichols) Cessna, who died before 1889. f/o 5 children.

Cessna, Jonathan. 313, 314 b.1810 d.1841/31. First h/o Margaret (Divan) Cessna Richardson. f/o John Cessna, and (g/n/u) (Cessna) Grimes, widow of Elisha Grimes.

Cessna, Lemnel E. 313, 314. s/o John Cessna and Ann Rebecca (Truax) Cessna.

(Cessna), Martha Ellen Tibbets. 372, 373. b.1858. d/o William Cessna, Sr, and first wife Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna. w/o Marion Tibbets. m/o 4 children.

(Cessna), Mary. 313, 314. d/o John Cessna and Ann Rebecca (Truax) Cessna.

(Cessna), Mary Matilda. 372, 373. b.1872. d/o William Cessna, Sr, and second wife, Lucina (m/n/u) Melser Cessna.

Cessna, Mont P. 313, 314. s/o John Cessna and wife #2 (name unknown).

(Cessna), Rosa I. 372, 373. b.1866. d/o William Cessna, Sr, and second wife, Lucina (m/n/u) Melser Cessna.

(Cessna), Sarah Amelia Yazel. 372, 373. b.1856. d/o William Cessna, Sr, and first wife Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna. w/o Wallace A. Yazel. m/o 5 children.

Cessna, William. 313, 314. s/o John Cessna and Ann Rebecca (Truax) Cessna.

Cessna, William, Sr. Bio 372, 373 b. 1822. s/o Evan Cessna and Mary Motelena (Fenstermaker) Cessna. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna. m/o John W. Cessna; Artlissa A. (Cessna) d. 1854; Sarah Amelia (Cessna) Yazel; Martha Ellen (Cessna) Tibbets; William L. D. Cessna. (Wife #2) Lucina (m/n/u) Melser Cessna. William was Lucina's second husband. m/o Rosa I. (Cessna); Charles Cessna; Mary Matilda (Cessna). William's schooling was in a log schoolhouse. He learned the trades of a tanner, brick and stone mason. Independent since a boy of 12, he assisted his father. William moved to Illinois in 1868 and purchased a farm which his son, William Jr., later occupied. In 1889, William Sr. owned 500 acres. He served as School Director.

Cessna, William L. D. 372, 373. b.1861. s/o William Cessna, Sr, and first wife, Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna. h/o Sally (O'Shea) Cessna. f/o 1 child

Chace, Henry. 246, 247. b.1812. s/o Captain James Chace. h/o Mary (Lyon) Chase. f/o Henry L. Chace. Henry was a merchant in Georgetown, Edgar County.

Chace, Henry L. Bio 246, 247. b.1843. s/o Henry Chace and Mary (Lyon) Chase. h/o Anna E. (Cogswell) Chace. No children were included in Bio. Henry rose from Private to Sergeant in Co. D 12th Rhode Island Infantry; the regiment was made a part of First Brigade, Second Division, 9th Army Corps, serving with the Army of the Potomac. See for wartime experiences. Henry operated 110 acres in Vermilion County.

Chace, Captain James. 246, 247. f/o Henry Chace. A seaman, Captain Chace was descended from Puritans in Newport, Rhode Island.

Chadband, Walter. 699, 700. h/o Frances (Gardner) Chadband. Walter was Superintendent of Rosehill Cemetery at Roger's Park near Chicago.

Chambers, Abram. 974, 977. s/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. Resident of Kansas.

(Chambers), Alice. 974, 977. d/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers.

(Chambers), Anna Lambert. 974, 977. d/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. w/o Joseph Lambert, a Mormon minister in Iowa.

Chambers, David. 974, 977. h/o Phebe (Cruze) Chambers. f/o 8 children including 5th born George W. Chambers. David fought in the War of 1812.

(Chambers), Eleanor Husong. 974, 977. d/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. w/o John Husong of Indiana.

Chambers, Elias. 974, 977. s/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. Resident of Vermilion.

Chambers, George. 974, 977. s/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. A farmer in Stratton Township.

Chambers, George W. Bio 974, 977. s/o David Chambers and Phebe (Cruze) Chambers. h/o Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. f/o 14 children, 12 living: Anna (Chambers) Lambert; Abram Chambers; Mary A. (Chambers) Kirkendal; Margaret (Chambers) Baden; Elias Chambers; Joseph Chambers; George Chambers; Eleanor (Chambers) Husong; John Chambers; Hattie (Chambers) Day; Alice (Chambers); Martha (Chambers). George's parents died when he was 8 years old. He was bound out to a severe task master for 10 years, and received very little education. The tyrannical guardian died, and his mistress was equally severe. After two more years, at age 22, he tied his clothes in a bundle and left. He became an apprentice in a cooper shop and did well. He had a comfortable home on 65 acres.

(Chambers), Hattie Day. 974, 977. d/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. w/o John Day of Denver, Colorado.

Chambers, John. 974, 977. s/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. Resident of Indiana.

Chambers, John B. 259, 260 h/o Elizabeth (Copeland) Chambers.

Chambers, Joseph. 974, 977. s/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. Resident of Mattoon, Illinois.

(Chambers), Margaret Baden. 974, 977. d/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. w/o E. Baden of Paris, Illinois.

(Chambers), Mary A. Kirkendal. 974, 977. d/o George W. Chambers and Martha (Brubaker) Chambers. Resident of Iowa.

Chandler, (g/n/u). 556, 557. First husband of Lucinda (Bayless) Chandler Graves. f/o Mary Alice (Chandler)

(Chandler), Emma Ann Hoover. 764, 765. 746, 747. d/o William Chandler and Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler. w/o James R. Hoover, of St. Lawrence, Dakota.

Chandler, James. 249, 250 h/o Elizabeth (Frazier) Chandler. f/o Martha J. (Chandler) Cunningham, James died of milk sickness when Martha was 5.

Chandler, John. 746, 747. 764, 765. d.1859. h/o Polly (Jones or Swinford) Chandler. f/o William R. Chandler. When John and his family moved to Vermilion County in 1828, they came prepared for every emergency. John farmed until 1853, then moved to Danville.

(Chandler), Laura E. Hicks. 764, 765. 746, 747. d/o William Chandler and Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler. w/o Howard S. Hicks, of Milford, Illinois.

(Chandler) Martha J. Cunningham 249, 250. d/o James Chandler and Elizabeth (Frazier) Chandler, Martha was only 5 years old when both parents died of milk sickness. w/o William O. Cunningham. m/o Irwin Cunningham; Alice (Cunningham); James Cunningham; Porter Cunningham; Sophia (Cunningham); Minnie (Cunningham); Roy Cunningham. Two infants were deceased.

(Chandler), Mary Alice. 556, 557. d/o (g/n/u) Chandler and Lucinda (Bayless) Chandler Graves.

(Chandler), Mary G. (or J.) Claypool. 764, 765. 746, 747. d/o William Chandler and Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler. w/o Andrew Claypool.

(Chandler), Mary J. Young. 555, 556. w/o Leonard Young who died in 1871.

(Chandler), Rosetta C. 764, 765. 746, 747. d/o William Chandler and Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler.

Chandler, William J. 764, 765. 746, 747. s/o William Chandler and Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler.

Chandler, William R. Bio 746, 747; also Bio 764, 765. b.1821. s/o John Chandler and Polly (Jones or Swinford) Chandler. h/o Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler. f/o Mary J. or G. (Chandler) Claypool; Emma A. (Chandler) Hoover; Rosetta C. (Chandler); William J. Chandler. Laura E. (Chandler) Hicks. When father John and his family moved to Vermilion County in 1828, William was 7 years old. They came prepared for every emergency. The land was still wild and primitive, with few cabins. William's first farm was 51 acres, then the next farm was 110 acres which he farmed until 1864 when he moved to Danville. In Danville, from 1864 to 1871, he worked as a carpenter. He stayed in Danville 10 years, then moved in 1874 to Bismarck, Illinois, where he began buying and shipping grain. William had been Justice of the Peace and Notary Public. See 764, 765 for additional local duties and services.

(Chaney), Allie Peterson, 268, 269, 270. b.1854 w/o Philip Y. Peterson. m/o Katie F. (Peterson); Lillie Dell (Peterson); Bessie Jane (Peterson); Myrtle Edna (Peterson). Mother died at 6, father in the Union Army when Allie was 8. Adopted by a German family named Shoup.

Chapin, Orrin, 833, 834, 837, 838. h/o Charlotte (Linnabary) Chapin. f/o 5 children. Resident of Nebraska.

Chaplin, (g/n/u). 989, 990. f/o Moses Chaplin. Mr. Chaplin served in the Revolutionary War.

(Chaplin), Elizabeth Kimble. 989, 990. d/o Moses Chaplin. w/o Lawson Kimble. m/o George W. Kimble.

Chaplin, Moses. 989, 990. s/o (g/n/u) Chaplin who served in the Revolutionary War. f/o Elizabeth (Chaplin) Kimble. Moses left Massachusetts and moved to Ohio in 1800, near the border of Virginia. He kept his cows in Virginia because there was insufficient forage for the cows in Ohio; a river had to be crossed in a skiff, in order to milk the cows.

Chapman, g/n/u. 240, 241, 242. Mr. Chapman employed Henry G. Boyce (assisted by 3 men: Henry's father, Peter Boyce; Henry's brother; and Henry's brother-in-law) to dig the cellar for Mr. Chapman's house, the first brick house in Chicago in 1833. At that time, there were only two houses between Danville and Chicago.

Chapman, (g/n/u). 867, 868. Died 1837. Widow's name not included. f/o Daniel Chapman; Wesley Chapman; Mary (Chapman) Samuel Chapman. In 1837, after the death of Mr. Chapman, Mrs. Chapman and her 4 children headed for Texas. They reached Clay Prairie in Hunter Township, Illinois, intending to spend the winter and resume their trip in the spring. They liked what they saw and in 1838 settled in Jasper County in what became Granville Township.

Chapman, Charles C. 867, 868. s/o Thomas H. Chapman, Sr., and Sarilda (Meadows) Chapman. Resident of Arkansas.

Chapman, Daniel. 867, 868. d.1848. Names of parents not given. h/o Nancy (Dawson) Chapman. In 1837, Daniel's mother and her 4 children (Daniel, Wesley, Mary, Samuel) headed for Texas. They reached Clay Prairie in Hunter Township, Illinois, intending to spend the winter and resume their trip in the spring. They liked what they saw and in 1838 settled in Jasper County in what became Granville Township.

(Chapman), Emily. 867, 868. d/o Samuel Chapman and Nancy (Dawson) Chapman. After both parents died in 1848, sisters Louisa and Emily were taken to Texas, and never heard from again. Unknown who took them to Texas.

(Chapman), Louisa. 867, 868. d/o Samuel Chapman and Nancy (Dawson) Chapman. After both parents died in 1848, sisters Louisa and Emily were taken to Texas, and never heard from again. Unknown who took them to Texas.

(Chapman), Mary. 867, 868. Names of parents and given name of husband not included. In 1837, Mrs. Chapman and her 4 children headed for Texas. They reached Clay Prairie in Hunter Township, Illinois, intending to spend the winter and resume their trip in the spring. They liked what they saw and in 1838 settled in Jasper County in what became Granville Township.

(Chapman), Mary Cummins. 867, 868. d/o Samuel Chapman and Nancy (Dawson) Chapman. w/o Joseph Cummins. Residents of Jasper County.

(Chapman), Mary Louise. 867, 868. d/o Thomas H. Chapman, Sr., and Sarilda (Meadows) Chapman.

(Chapman), Nancy Cummins. 787, 788. d.1874. d/o Robert Chapman. w/o John Cummins. f/o Joseph and Margaret, deceased; Robert Cummins; Mary (Cummins) Reines; Eunice (Cummins) Davis; Julia (Cummins) Davis; William Cummins; Leanah (Cummins) Cummins (correct); Elizabeth Cummins) Stubbs, deceased; Evangeline (Cummins) Stubbs; Angeline (Cummins) Smith; Nancy (Cummins) Gross. Angeline and Evangeline were twins.

Chapman, Robert. 787, 788. f/o Nancy (Chapman) Cummins.

Chapman, Samuel. 867, 868. Died 1848. Names of parents not included. h/o Nancy (Dawson) Chapman, who died 1848. f/o Thomas Chapman; William Chapman, died at age 25; Mary (Chapman) Cummins; Louisa (Chapman); Emily (Chapman). In 1837, Samuel's widowed mother and her 4 children, Daniel, Wesley, Mary, and Samuel, headed for Texas. They reached Clay Prairie in Hunter Township, Illinois, intending to spend the winter and resume their trip in the spring. They liked what they saw and in 1838 settled in Jasper County in what became Granville Township. Samuel, as Captain, raised a company to fight in the Mexican War, but Santa Anna surrendered, and they were not needed. After both Samuel and Nancy died in 1848, his daughters Louisa and Emily were taken to Texas, never heard from again. Unknown who took them to Texas.

(Chapman), Sarah Gaviet. 944, 947. w/o Ezekiel Gaviet. m/o Mary (Gaviet) Stafford.

Chapman, Thomas H, Sr. Portrait 866. Bio 867, 868. b.1832. Eldest child of Samuel Chapman and Nancy (Dawson) Chapman. h/o Sarilda (Meadows) Chapman. f/o 6 children, 3 living: Mary Louise (Chapman); Thomas H. Chapman, Jr.; Charles C Chapman. Thomas was 5 when his parents moved from Jasper County to Edgar County. He was only 16 when both parents died. He managed to finish his education at Hartsville College in Indiana before joining Co E 123rd Illinois Infantry under Col. J. Monrow, "with the three years men." Thomas became ill and was discharged in 1862. He studied medicine, especially diseases of the eye and worked as a traveling oculist for 5 years. He then turned to farming on 282 acres.

Chapman, Thomas H. Jr. 867, 868. s/o Thomas H. Chapman, Sr., and Sarilda (Meadows) Chapman. h/o Cora (Martin) Chapman. Thomas and Cora lived at the homestead.

Chapman, Wesley. 867, 868. Names of parents not included. In 1837, Mrs. Chapman and her 4 children headed for Texas. They reached Clay Prairie in Hunter Township, Illinois, intending to spend the winter and resume their trip in the spring. They liked what they saw and in 1838 settled in Jasper County in what became Granville Township.

Chapman, William. 867, 868. Died at age 25. s/o Samuel Chapman and Nancy (Dawson) Chapman.

Charlleen, Eli. 983, 984. f/o Rebecca (Charlleen) Turner. Eli was a carpenter and joiner. He left Pennsylvania and went West in 1854. He lived with daughter Rebecca.

(Charlleen), Rebecca Turner. 983, 984. b.1822. d/o Eli Charlleen. w/o Isaac Turner. m/o Eli Turner; Jennie (Turner) Rogers. Rebecca's father left Pennsylvania to live with her.

(Charleton), Jane Goodwine. 207. First wife of John Goodwine, m/o son Marion Goodwine; John Goodwine; James Goodwine; Mary J. (Goodwine) Tillotson; Freemont Goodwine.

(Charlott), Joanna Westbrook. 858, 859. d/o Stephen Charlott and Rachael (Peck) Charlott. w/o Martin Westbrook. m/o John Westbrook, Bio 858, 859. As newlyweds, Martin and Joanna left Ohio and went to Pennsylvania with a pack horse loaded with a feather bed tied tightly with clothesline, and Joanna perched on top. Martin walked all the way. Three of their children were born in Pennsylvania. They returned to Ohio, and then moved on to Indiana.

Charlott, Stephen. 858, 859. h/o Rachael (Peck) Charlott. f/o 4 children, including Joanna (Charlott) Westbrook. Stephen's parents moved their family to Ohio, then moved on to Indiana.

Cheney, John. 698, 699. h/o Cerro Gordo (Sconce) Cheney. f/o Leslie G. Cheney; Treovie O. Cheney.

Cheney, Leslie G. 698, 699. s/o John Cheney and Cerro Gordo (Sconce) Cheney.

Cheney, Treovie O. 698, 699. s/o John Cheney and Cerro Gordo (Sconce) Cheney.

Chenoweth, Elijah. 735, 736. h/o Harriet (French) Chenoweth.

Chenoweth, Rev. James. 715, 716. In 1835, James was making his way west, and he accompanied his nephew, Theodore Lemon, M.D. on his move to Vermilion County from Virginia by horse and wagon.

(Cherington), Agnes Pratt. 726, 727. w/o Jonathan Pratt.

(Chesley), Buelah. 548, 549. d/o Charles F. Chesley and Ida M. (Dicken) Chesley.

Chesley, Charles F. 548, 549. h/o Ida M. (Dicken) Chesley. f/o Buelah (Chesley); Edna (Chesley).

(Chesley), Edna. 548, 549. d/o Charles F. Chesley and Ida M. (Dicken) Chesley.

(Childs), Ida Doran Williams. 352, 353. w/o Nelson Williams.

(Chism), Armilda Robinson. 839, 840. w/o John Robinson. m/o 4 children. Note: Sarah (Robinson) Chism and brother John Robinson each married into the Chism family, but no connection between Crittendon and Armilda (Chism) Robinson, both residents of Kansas, was included.

Chism, Crittendon. 839, 840. h/o Sarah (Robinson) Crittendon. Note: Sarah and brother John Robinson each married into the Chism family, but no connection between Crittendon and Armilda (Chism) Robinson, both residents of Kansas, was included.

(Chitton), Alice Horton. 483, 484. w/o David Horton. m/o Affa K. (Horton) Tilton.

(Choat), Fanny Dinsmore. 807, 808. Second wife of George O. Dinsmore.

(Chrisman), Belle Gray. 979, 980. d/o German-born John Chrisman, and Ireland-born Jane (Somerville) Chrisman. Mother Jane eventually made her home with Belle.

(Chrisman), Eliza Patrick. 1013, 1014. b. 1820. d.1889/69. d/o Nathaniel Chrisman. w/o Thomas C. Patrick, Jr.. m/o Cynthia (Patrick), deceased; William H. Patrick, Bio 1013, 1014; John T. Patrick; Walter A. Patrick.

Chrisman, John. 979, 980. Born in Germany. h/o Jane (Somerville) Chrisman, born in Ireland. f/o Mary (Chrisman) Moss; Belle (Chrisman) Gray. John left Kentucky and in 1852 moved to 700 acres in Chrisman.

(Chrisman), Mary Moss. 979, 980. d/o German-born John Chrisman, and Ireland-born Jane (Somerville) Chrisman. w/o William H. H. Moss. m/o Eliza (Moss) Keys; Margaret (Moss), deceased; William Moss; John Moss, Bio 979, 980; Mathias Moss, deceased; H. Clay Moss; Harrison Moss, deceased; Belle (Moss) Gray. The Moss family left Kentucky and moved to Illinois in 1851. In 1853, husband William returned to Kentucky to make collections and died at only age 37, leaving Mary a widow with 8 children. Note: Some of the children were deceased, but it is unknown if they died before their father's death.

Chrisman, Nathaniel. 1013, 1014. f/o Eliza (Chrisman) Patrick. Nathaniel left Kentucky and moved to Edgar Township.

Christleib, George. 1066, 1067. h/o Dora V. (Horne) Christleib. Residents of Kansas.

(Christman), Eliza E. 235, 236. d/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. Died at age 19 when she was thrown from a carriage.

Christman, Frank. 235. s/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. Frank sold real estate.

Christman, Isaac. 235, 236. h/o Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. Elizabeth d.1872. f/o Sarah J (Christman); Susan G. (Christman) Lincoln; Mary H. (Christman) Swisher; Eliza E. Christman, deceased; Maria C.(Christman) Hunter; Frank Christman; Mahala (Christman) deceased; Joseph S. Christman. In his later years, Isaac made his home with son Joseph S Christman.

Christman, Joseph S. Residence "Walnut Grove Farm," 234. Bio 235, 236. b.1855. s/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. Isaac never married. At 17, he went to business college at Indianapolis. He pursued various business ventures, livestock, and specialized in breeding Hambletonian horses on his 1,100 acres. Father, Isaac Christman, made his home with Joseph.

(Christman), Maria C. Hunter. 235, 236. d/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. w/o William Hunter.

(Christman), Mary H. Swisher. 235, 236. d/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. w/o H. C. Swisher.

(Christman), Sarah J. 235, 236. d/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman.

(Christman), Susan G. Lincoln. 235, 236. d/o Isaac Christman and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Christman. w/o W. H. Lincoln.

(Christopher), Anna Clore. 1105, 1106. w/o Benjamin Clore. m/o Lucy (Clore) Pinnell.

Chronister, (g/n/u). 598, 599. First h/o Elizabeth (m/n/u) Chronister Kinsey.

Church, Alexander. 732. h/o Hester (Douglas) Church. f/o Sarah D. (Church) Acree; William J. Church; Annie L. (Church) Busby; Thomas W. Church; Charles S. Church. Alexander left Virginia in 1824 and settled in Vermilion County.

(Church), Annie L. Busby. 732. d/o Alexander Church and Hester (Douglas) Church. w/o L. Busby.

Church, Charles S. 732. s/o Alexander Church and Hester (Douglas) Church.

Church, Charles S. Bio 732. 731. b.1861. s/o William A. Church and Hester (Douglas) Church. h/o Ella (Wright) Church 731. In the fall of 1889, Charles bought village property in Sidell, and also Sidell Star Feed Mills. A partnership was formed with W. J. Rice, "Rice and Church," with Charles as the junior member. They shipped hogs to Chicago and Indianapolis. Charles owned a 160 acre farm, worked by tenants.

Church, Henry. 304, 307. Born in England, came to America in 1850, settling in Catlin Township. h/o Sophia (Puzy) Church. f/o 7, the youngest was Sarah (Church) Lloyd.

Church, John. 909, 910. John lived 103 years. f/o Susannah (Church) Mills.

(Church), Lizzie Sly. 1107, 1108. Born and died in England. w/o Allen Sly, Sr. m/o 8 children, 4 survived to adulthood: John Sly, died in Chrisman, Illinois; Rebecca (Sly); Betsy (Sly); Allen Sly, Jr., of Illinois.

(Church), Sarah D. Acree. 732. d/o Alexander Church. w/o J. Acree.

(Church), Sarah Lloyd. 304, 307 b.1844 in England. d/o Henry Church and Sophia (Puzy) Church. Came to America in 1850 at age 6. w/o Henry Lloyd. m/o *Edwin C. Lloyd who died before 1st birthday; Maria L. (Lloyd) Wolf; two deceased infants; Alice E. (Lloyd); Fred R. Lloyd; Fannie E.(Lloyd); *Edwin H. Lloyd; William R. Lloyd. Note: *Two sons were named Edwin: Edwin C. died before his first birthday, and Edwin H. was born later, perhaps named in tribute to his brother for no males were named Edwin in either the Church family or the Lloyd family in this book.

(Church), Susannah Mills. 909, 910. d/o John Church. w/o Hon. John Mills. m/o 10 children, 3 living: Dr. John Mills, Bio 909, 910; Dr Charles H. Mills; David M. Mills; Dr. Ambrose Mills, died at 32; Dr. William Mills, died at age 28; Margaret (Mills) died at age 20; Susannah (Mills), died at age 8; Frederick Mills, an attorney in Pennsylvania, presumed dead.

Church, Thomas. 357, 358. h/o Nora (Hawkins) Church.

Church, Thomas W. 732. s/o Alexander Church.

Church, William J. 732. s/o Alexander Church. h/o Hester (Douglas) Church. f/o Charles S. Church, Bio 732.

Churchill Boardman Farm. 408, 409. Purchased by Thomas Williams,1869.

Churchill, J. W. 797, 798. h/o Alice I. (Martinie) Churchill. f/o three. J. W. was a farmer.

(Citizen), Martha E. Moreland Cook. 236, 237, 238. b.1838, the 4th born of 9 children, born to William Citizen and Esther (Parker) Citizen. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Joseph Moreland, f/o Charles W. Moreland. (Husband #2) Samuel Cook, f/o Bertie J. (Cook); John F. Cook; Fred Cook.

Citizen, William. 236, 237, 238. b.1809. h/o Esther (Parker) Citizen. f/o 9 children, the 4th child was Martha E. (Citizen) Moreland Cook.

(Clanahan), Hattie Lewis. 740, 741. w/o Sylvester Lewis. m/o 4 children.

Clapp, A. 324, 327 h/o Martha J. (Cox) Clapp. Mr. Clapp was a farmer in Newell Township.

Clapp, Judge Daniel. 198 Second owner of Danville Plaindealer, following John Leslie.

Clapp, Daniel. 598, 599. h/o Sarah Ellen (Kinsey) Clapp. f/o one child.

(Clapp), Eliza Powers. 922, 923. d/o John Clapp and Jane (Neal) Clapp. w/o Levi R. Powers. m/o 6 children, 4 survived: John D. Powers; Maria J. (Powers); Thomas G. Powers, Nancy E (Powers). Died as infants: Charles, James.

Clapp, Isaac. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Clapp, John. 583. h/o Nancy (Makemson) Clapp.

Clapp, John. 922, 923. h/o Jane (Neal) Clapp. f/o Eliza (Clapp) Powers.

Clapp, John A. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

(Clark), Ada Jenkins. 827, 828. w/o Dr. Leroy Jenkins. No children listed. Ada was a teacher, and was well educated.

Clark, Alex. 1048, 1049, 1050. Died before 1889. s/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark.

(Clark), Alice H. 466, 467. d/o John Griffith Clark, J.P., and second wife Mary (Fuller) Battles Clark.

Clark, Caleb. 466, 467. b.1794 d.1869/75. h/o Elizabeth (Griffith) Clark. f/o Hannah (Clark) Parker; John G. Clark; William R. Clark; Mary A. (Clark) Reddick. Caleb, a farmer, moved from Kentucky to Warren Co. Ohio. He was the first Cincinnati volunteer in the War of 1812. He was captured, then paroled. After 5 to 7 years, he moved on to Indiana. He suffered a stroke, and couldn't work for 10 years. He died poor.

(Clark), Carrie B. 466, 467. d/o John Griffith Clark and second wife Mary (Fuller) Battles Clark.

(Clark), Charlotte Carter. 653, 654. d.1878. w/o Harvey Carter. m/o Ezekiel Carter; William Carter; Harvey Carter; Deborah (Carter) Riggs; Rebecca (Carter) Ross; John Carter; Lottie (Carter) died as girl. Harvey, a farmer, came to Edgar County in 1856 with his family and mother, and in 1858 they moved to Vermilion County.

Clark, Daniel. 789, 790. f/o Nannie (Clark) Sheets. Daniel was a pioneer merchant of Paris, Illinois.

Clark, Edmond. 1048, 1049, 1050. h/o Nancy (Graves) Clark. f/o Alex Clark, deceased; Mary (Clark); Marinda (Clark); Susan (Clark); Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles; Emily (Clark), deceased; James Clark; Lucy (Clark). Originally from Vermont, Edmond left Kentucky in 1831 and moved to a large farm in Prairie Township, Illinois, and prospered.

(Clark), Elizabeth. 466, 467. d/o John Griffith Clark, J.P., and first wife Ann (Benedict) Clark.

(Clark, Elizabeth) Nuckles. 1048, 1049, 1050. b.1827. d/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark. Second wife of William Nuckles. m/o Mary (Nuckles) Wood; Dorinda (Nuckles); Charles Nuckles; Edgar Nuckles; John Nuckles, deceased; William Nuckles; Albert Nuckles; Nannie (Nuckles); James H. Nuckles. Elizabeth was 4 years old when she came to Illinois in 1831.

(Clark), Emily. 1048, 1049, 1050. Died before 1889. d/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark.

(Clark), Eva Cassel. 476, 477. w/o Columbus Cassel. m/o 3 children.

Clark, George. 321, 322, 323. h/o Almira (Cole) Clark.

(Clark), Hannah. 466, 467. d/o William R. Clark.

(Clark), Hannah Parker. 466, 467, 468. d/o Caleb Clark and Elizabeth (Griffith) Clark. w/o John Parker. m/o 10 including Mary E. (Parker) Alexander. When father Caleb Clark died, Hannah's mother, Elizabeth (Griffith) Clark, lived with Hannah. (Bio of Hannah's brother, John Griffith Clark,466, 467; Bio of Hannah's son-in-law, Francis Marion Alexander 467, 468.)

(Clark), Hester E. 466, 467. d/o John Griffith Clark, J.P., and first wife, Ann (Benedict) Clark.

Clark, J. F. 466, 467. s/o William R. Clark.

Clark, James. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark. Resident of Chrisman.

Clark, John. 466, 467. s/o William R. Clark

Clark, John Griffith, J.P. Bio 466, 467. b.1819. s/o Caleb Clark and Elizabeth (Griffith) Clark. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Ann (Benedict) Clark. m/o 9, 3 died as infants. Elizabeth (Clark); Sarah A. (Clark); William Clark; John T. Clark; Nancy J. (Clark); Hester E. (Clark). (Wife #2) Mary (Battles) Fuller Clark. m/o Carrie B. (Clark); Alice H. (Clark). See: "Jerry Fuller" for names of Mr. Fuller's 7 children. In 1826, age 7, John came to Indianapolis with his parents, when there were only 5 or 6 frame houses and a few log cabins. School was for 2 and a half months but later he went to a "rate" school. He read by drip candle and fireplace, and wore buckskin breeches and morocco hats. He plowed fields at age 11. His studies qualified him to teach for 21 months in Indiana, then on to Kentucky. Later, he taught the first school ever in Indiana, holding certificate #1, examined by Joshua Stevens and Samuel Merrill (the first president of State Bank of Indiana). Miles De Courey was the second examiner. John was active in politics in Indiana. John came to Vermilion County in 1874 and lived on a farm. In 1882 he became the first stock merchandiser in Sidell, first postmaster of Sidell, and the first grain buyer.

Clark, John T. 466, 467. s/o John Griffith Clark, and first wife Ann (Benedict) Clark.

(Clark), Lillian M. Warner. 765, 766. b.1861. d/o W. R. Clark and Henrietta B. (Fitton) Clark. w/o Charles W. Warner. Lillian came to Hoopeston in 1873. She was a skilled artist and decorator.

(Clark), Lizzie Douglass. 238, 239 w/o Winfield Scott Douglass.

(Clark), Lucy. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark. Resident of Prairie Township.

(Clark), Luella Beall. 941, 942. w/o Walter G. Beall. m/o Elsie (Beall). In 1888, a year after their marriage, Walter and Luella settled on 210 acres, a gift from her father.

(Clark), Marinda. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark. Resident of Kentucky.

(Clark), Mary. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark. Resident of Oregon.

(Clark), Mary A. Reddick. 466, 467. d/o Caleb Clark and Elizabeth (Griffith)

(Clark), Nancy J. 466, 467. d/o John Griffith Clark and first wife Ann (Benedict) Clark.

(Clark), Nannie Sheets. 789, 790. b.1846. d/o Daniel Clark. w/o Col. Jackson M. Sheets. m/o Bessie (Sheets).

(Clark), Sarah A. 466, 467. d/o John Griffith Clark, J.P., and first wife Ann (Benedict) Clark.

(Clark), Susan Legate. 993, 994; 1048, 1049, 1050. b.1825. d/o Edmond Clark and Nancy (Graves) Clark. w/o John M. Legate. m/o Francis M. Legate; Edmund Legate; William H. Legate; Nancy (Legate) Limger; Malinda (Legate) Boz; Emma (Legate); Sarah (Legate); Mary (Legate) deceased; Ellsworth Legate, deceased. Six year old Susan came to Edgar County in 1831.

Clark, William. 466, 467. s/o John Griffith Clark, J.P., and first wife Ann (Benedict) Clark.

Clark, W. R. 765, 766. h/o Henrietta B. (Fitton) Clark. f/o Lillian M. (Clark) Warner.

Clark, William R. 466, 467. s/o Caleb Clark and Elizabeth (Griffith) Clark. f/o : Hannah (Clark); John Clark; J. F. Clark. William was a butcher.

(Clarkson), Alice B. "Allie". 613, 614. 242, 245. d/o George Clarkson and Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson.

Clarkson, George 242, 245. 613, 614 d.1877. h/o Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson. f/o Henry Thomas Clarkson; Mary J."Jennie" (Clarkson); Alice V. "Allie" (Clarkson); George James Clarkson was two months old when his father George died.

Clarkson, George James. Bio 242, 245; 613, 614. b.1877. s/o George Clarkson and Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson. George was two months old when his father died. Clarkson, Henry Thomas. 613, 614. 242, 245. s/o George Clarkson and Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson.

(Clarkson), Jennie M. 242, 245. d/o George Clarkson and Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson.

(Clarkson), Mary Jennie. 613, 614. d/o George Clarkson and Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson.

Claybaugh, Daniel. 832. h/o Sarah (Mathews) Claybaugh. f/o Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris.

(Claybaugh), Naomi Harris. 832. d/o Daniel Claybaugh and Sarah (Mathews) Claybaugh. w/o William K. Harris. m/o Mary (Harris) Ogle; Lodema (Harris) Ogle; James Harris; Eliza (Harris); Sarah (Harris); Clifford Harris; 3 children died in infancy.

Claypole, David. 317, 318.. h/o Nancy (Dalay) Claypole. f/o 5.

Claypool, Andrew. 746, 747. h/o Mary G. (Chandler) Claypool.

Claypool, George. 555, 556. h/o Cindica (Young) Claypool.

Clayton, Alexander. 1026, 1027, 1028. f/o Margaret (Clayton) Mitchell. Alexander was a miller.

Clayton, J. B. 726, 727. h/o Laura (Pratt) Clayton. Note: No connection indicated between husband J. B. and Laura's stepmother, Mary E. (Clayton) Pratt.

Clayton, Jonathan C. 726, 727. h/o Esther (Snyder) Clayton. f/o 9 children, 3 sons and 6 daughters including Mary E. (Clayton) Pratt. The Claytons came to Vermilion County in 1854.

(Clayton), Margaret Mitchell. 1026, 1027, 1028. d.1879. d/o Alexander Clayton. w/o William Mitchell, Jr. m/o John Mitchell; Rev. William Mitchell; Priscilla (Mitchell) Allbright; Amos Mitchell; Matilda E. (Mitchell) McClure; Hamilton R. Mitchell; George D. Mitchell, Bio 1026, 1027, 1028; Allen P. Mitchell. Margaret died in Lincoln County, Kansas.

(Clayton), Mary E. Pratt. 726, 727. b.1845. d/o Jonathan C. Clayton and Esther (Snyder) Clayton. Second wife of Thomas Pratt. m/o Esther N. (Pratt); Thomas C. Pratt. Mary was 9 years old when her parents brought her to Vermilion County. Note: No connection indicated between Mary and J. B. Clayton, the husband of Mary's step-daughter, Laura(Clayton) Pratt.

(Clearwater), Rachel Shane. 952. First wife of James Shane. m/o Jacob Shane.

(Clem), Harriet French. 735, 736. First wife of Ersom French. m/o Harriet (French) Chenoweth.

(Clem) Nancy Rickart. 417, 418. b.1805. d.1871/66. w/o John Rickart. m/o 12 children, 8 born in Ohio: Susan (Rickart) Allen; Mary J. (Rickart) Copeland; Lucinda (Rickart) Davis; Julia A (Rickart) Bleevens; Leonard Rickart; Nancy (Rickart) Howard; Maria (Rickart) Kinman, Wilson V. Rickart, Home 416, Bio 417, 418. Born in Vermilion County: Jacob Rickart; Frances M. (Rickart); Samuel C. Rickart; Elmira (Rickart).

(Clemens), Florence Tilton. 483, 484. Second wife of George Tilton.

(Clements), Emily A. Sandusky. 378, 379 b. 1839. d/o John Clements and Emily (Livers) Clements. w/o William Thomas Sandusky. m/o 4: Maggie (Sandusky); Kate (Sandusky). Deceased: Ada, Charles.

Clements, John. 378, 379. h/o Emily (Livers) Clements. f/o Emily A. (Clements) Sandusky.

(Clester), Lucy Sullivan. 607, 608. w/o James H. Sullivan. m/o Solomon Sullivan.

Cleveland Hotel. 373, 374. Operated by Christina (Rawlings) Stark and husband Samuel Stark.

Clifton, (g/n/u). 367, 368. Born in England. Died age 57. Wife's name unknown, but she died age 62. f/o 13 children, 6 sons and 7 daughters, including (g/n/u) son, born in England. Grandfather of William Clifton. Came to Illinois in 1827.

Clifton, (g/n/u). 367, 368. Born in England as was his father (also g/n/u). Wife's name unknown. Father of two children, including William Clifton. Before the birth of William, Mr. Clifton left to visit his old home in England, and was never heard from again.

Clifton, Charles. 682, 683. h/o Hannah (Rice) Clifton. Charles was a farmer near Omaha.

(Clifton), Ella Canaday. 367, 368. d/o James Clifton and Martha (Barnhard) Clifton. w/o H. G. Canaday. m/o Estella (Canaday)

Clifton, James, Sr. Portrait 366. Bio 367, 368. b. 1832. s/o William Clifton and Jane (Brown) Clifton. h/o Martha (Barnhard) Clifton. f/o Ella (Clifton) Canaday; Stephen A. D. Clifton; Olive (Clifton); Laura (Clifton); James Clifton, Jr. Deceased children: William, died at 4 months; Alonzo died at 2; James enjoyed hunting for entertainment on his 205 acres. Note: The maiden name of James' mother was Jane Brown, and Martha's mother was Sarah Brown.

Clifton, James Jr. 367, 368. s/o James Clifton and Martha (Barnhard) Clifton.

(Clifton), Laura. 367, 368. d/o James Clifton and Martha (Barnhard) Clifton.

(Clifton), Olive. 367, 368. d/o James Clifton and Martha (Barnhard) Clifton.

Clifton, Stephen A. D. 367, 368. s/o James Clifton and Martha (Barnhard) Clifton. Stephen farmed on 305 acres.

Clifton, William. 367, 368. s/o (g/n/u) Clifton who left for a visit to his homeplace in England before William was born, and was never heard from again. Mother's name unknown, but William was her second child. h/o Jane (Brown) Clifton. f/o James Clifton.

Cline, Benjamin. 334, 337. s/o Nathaniel Cline and Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle.

Cline, Charles. 334, 337. s/o Nathaniel Cline and Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle.

(Cline), Elizabeth Sidell. 251, 252, 255 d. 1854, First wife of Hon. John Sidell. m/o George A Sidell, Allie E. (Sidell) Tincher. 727, 728. Mrs. Sidell adopted Sarah Webster, given permission to do so by Sarah's widowed mother, Elizabeth (White) Webster, widow of Reuben Webster.

(Cline), Emma. 334, 337. d/o Nathaniel Cline and Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle.

Cline, John B. 334, 337. s/o Nathaniel Cline and Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle.

(Cline), Luketta. 334, 337. d/o Nathaniel Cline and Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle.

(Cline), Mary. 334, 337. d/o Nathaniel Cline and Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle.

Cline, Nathaniel. 334, 337. First husband of Cynthia (Souders) Cline Vanvickle. f/o Mary (Cline); Benjamin F. Cline; John B. Cline; Charles Cline; Luketta (Cline); Emma (Cline). Deceased children: Amanda, Martha. Nathaniel served with Co A 125th IL Infantry, died at Gallatin TN, where he was born.

(Clingan), Blanche. 475, 476. d/o Luther Clingan and Martha (Graves) Clingan.

Clingan, Dennis A. 475, 476. s/o John W. Clingan and Mary (Nesbitt) Clingan.

Clingan, Dennis R. 475, 476. s/o James Sylvester Clingan and Alvira (Olehy) Clingan. h/o Louisa (Graves) Clingan. Note: Brothers Dennis and Luther Clingan married into the Graves family, relationship between Louisa and Martha unknown.

(Clingan), Edna A. 475, 476. 556, 557. d/o John W. Clingan and Mary (Nesbitt) Clingan.

Clingan, George. 475, 476. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

Clingan, Herschell. 475, 476. 556, 557. s/o Luther Clingan and Martha (Graves) Clingan.

Clingan, James. 475, 476. Born in Ireland. f/o William Clingan.

Clingan, James Sylvester. Bio 475, 476. b. 1830. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan. h/o Alvira (Olehy) Clingan. f/o John W. Clingan; Dennis R. Clingan; Mary E. (Clingan) died age 2; Luther Clingan. James was 17 when his father died. He worked out by the month to help his mother until she died in 1851. In 1855, he married, rented a farm for 7 years, then purchased part of his father-in-law's estate. He sold it, bought 120 acres, added 80 more, bringing his total acreage to 200 acres. He raised grain and stock. In 1886, he left the farm, retired, and moved to Westville. He was School Director for 9 years.

Clingan, John. 475, 476. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

Clingan, John W. 475, 476. s/o James Sylvester Clingan and Alvira (Olehy) Clingan. h/o Mary (Nesbitt) Clingan. f/o Dennis A. Clingan; Edna A. (Clingan) John was a farmer.

Clingan, Joshua. 475, 476. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

Clingan, Luther. 475, 476. 556, 557. s/o James Sylvester Clingan and Alvira (Olehy) Clingan. h/o Martha (Graves) Clingan. f/o Blanche (Clingan); Herschell Clingan. Note: Brothers Dennis and Luther Clingan married into the Graves family, relationship between Louisa and Martha unknown.

Clingan, Mason. 475, 476. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

Clingan, Robert. 475, 476. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

(Clingan), Sarah. 475, 476. d/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

Clingan, William. 475, 476. d.1847. s/o James Clingan. h/o Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan. f/o William Clingan; James Sylvester Clingan; John Clingan; Robert Clingan; Joshua Clingan; Mason Clingan; Sarah (Clingan); George Clingan. William came to Vermilion County in 1845, and died two years later.

Clingan, William. 475, 476. s/o William Clingan and Nancy (Ramsey) Clingan.

Clipson, Albert. 290, 291 s/o William Clipson and Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. h/o Ethlen (Sanford) Clipson. Albert left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip. He became a partner with brother Richard in Clipson Brothers, a livestock business in Catlin Township.

(Clipson), Catherine Moore. 290, 291. d/o William Clipson and first wife Jane (Shaw) Clipson. w/o Milligan M. Moore. Catherine left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip.

(Clipson), Harriet A. 290, 291. d/o William Clipson and Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. Left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip. Note: The families of William Dickinson, sister-in-law Marjorie (Barker) Clipson, and the Barkers may have sailed to America on the same ship.

Clipson, James. 290, 291. s/o William Clipson and Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. h/o Clarissa (Douglas) Clipson 238, 239. James left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip. He settled in Catlin Township.

(Clipson), Jane Swanell. 290, 291. d.1859. d/o William Clipson and first wife Jane (Shaw) Clipson. w/o John Swanell. Jane left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip.

Clipson, John C. 290, 291. s/o William Clipson and Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. h/o Margaret (Hutchinson) Clipson. John left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip.

Clipson, Richard. 290, 291. s/o William Clipson and Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. Richard left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip. He became a partner with brother Albert in Clipson Brothers, a livestock business.

Clipson, William. 290, 291. b.1806 in England. d.1862/56 h/o 2 wives (Wife #1) Jane (Shaw) Clipson, m/o 8 children, only two survived: Catherine (Clipson) Moore; Jane (Clipson) Swanell. (Wife #2) Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. m/o 13, 6 survived: William H. Clipson; John C. Clipson; James Clipson; Harriet A. (Clipson); Richard Clipson; Albert Clipson. William had been mess man to King William, managed a hotel, and served on the Police Force in England. The Clipson family (2nd wife and children) came to America in 1853, a 6 week trip, on the same ship with sister Emma (Barker) Dickinson, and the Dickinson family. Note: See families of William Dickinson and sister-in-law Marjorie (Barker) Clipson, and Barkers; they may have journeyed to America on the same ship.

Clipson, William H. 290, 291. s/o William Clipson and Matilda Ann (Barker) Clipson. h/o Miranda (Tipton) Clipson. Left England and came to America in 1853 with parents and siblings, a 6-week trip. William eventually settled in Clarinda, Iowa.

Clore, Benjamin. 1105, 1106. h/o Anna (Christopher) Clore. f/o Lucy (Clore) Pinnell.

(Clore), Lucy Pinnell. 1105, 1106. d/o Benjamin Clore and Anna (Christopher) Clore. w/o George Pinnell. m/o 11 children, 8 living including 6th born Willis O. Pinnell b.1827, Bio 1105, 1106.

(Clouse), Mary A. Rogers. 897, 898, 899. Second wife of Miles Rogers. m/o Russell Rogers; Hense Rogers.

Clowser, William. 854, 857. h/o Florence A. (Scott) Clowser, died before 1889.

(Cloyd), Belle Murray. 478, 479. d/o John P. Cloyd, M.D. and Hannah (Golden) Cloyd. w/o Rev. D. G. Murray. m/o Rose (Murray).

Cloyd, David Northington. 478, 479. s/o William Cloyd and Julia (Northington) Cloyd.

Cloyd, Frazier. 478, 479. s/o John P. Cloyd, M.D. and Hannah (Golden) Cloyd. Frazier was a teacher.

(Cloyd), Grace. 478, 479. d/o John P. Cloyd, M.D. and Hannah (Golden) Cloyd.

Cloyd, James B. 478, 479. s/o William Cloyd, a Scots from Ireland. f/o William Cloyd of Tennessee. James served in the War of 1812 under Gen. Andrew Jackson.

(Cloyd), Janus W. 478, 479. d/o William Cloyd and Julia (Northington) Cloyd.

Cloyd, John. 478, 479. s/o John P. Cloyd, M.D. and Hannah (Golden) Cloyd.

Cloyd, John Patton Cloyd, M.D. Bio 478, 479. b.1838. s/o William Cloyd and Julia (Northington) Cloyd. h/o Hannah (Golden) Cloyd. f/o Richard Cloyd; Belle (Cloyd); Frazier Cloyd; Grace (Cloyd); John Cloyd. John was born near the home of 17th President, Andrew Johnson, in Greenville, Tennessee. John had a common school education and assisted his father in the wagon shop although he was only 10 when his father died. At 17 he became a student of medicine but his education was delayed because of the cost, so he taught school. He came to Vermilion County in 1859, age 21, taught two years, and then in 1864 went to Chicago to the Rush Medical College, Class of 1869. See for his education. He began medical practice in Georgetown.

Cloyd, Richard. 478, 479. s/o John P. Cloyd, M.D. and Hannah (Golden) Cloyd. Richard was a med student, Class of 1890. He taught school for 5 years.

Cloyd, William, 478, 479. f/o James B. Cloyd. Born in Ireland of Scottish parents. Arrived in America in time to serve in the Revolutionary War.

Cloyd, William. 478, 479. b.1818. d.1848/30, of pneumonia. s/o James B. Cloyd. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Julia (Northington) Cloyd. m/o John Patton Cloyd; David Northington Cloyd; Janus W. (Cloyd). (Wife #) No name given for the wife, deceased, nor the child who died. William was a wagon manufacturer of the old schooner beds, and 6 horse wagons.

Clutters, William. 1100, 1101. h/o Mildred (Poulter) Clutters. Residents of Bates County, Missouri.

Clyman, Herman. 475, 476. h/o Mary (Olehy) Clyman.

Coake, (g/n/u). 1054, 1055. 731, 732. s/o Daniel Coake. h/o Rebecca (Flannery) Coake. f/o Henry J. Coake. The biography states that Mr. Coake was 3 years old when he came to America, indicating that this son was also born in another country, as was his father, but the name of the country is not included in either biography. He farmed in Lee County, West Virginia.

(Coake), Bertha. 731, 732. 1054, 1055. d/o Rev. David Coake and Ann (Willim - correct) Coake.

Coake, David. 1054, 1055. 731, 732. f/o (g/n/u) Coake. David fought in the Revolutionary War. He settled in Scott County, West Virginia. Note: Daniel's native land not included. 731, 732 states given name as Daniel, and grandfather of Henry J. Coake, which fits this biography. It is possible that either David or Daniel was a middle name. Neither biography gives the name of David/Daniel's son, husband of Rebecca (Flannery) Coake.

Coake, Rev. David. Bio 1054, 1055 and another Bio 731, 732. b.1848. s/o Henry J. Coake and Elenor (correct) (Rowe) Coake. h/o Ann (Willim - correct) Coake. f/o Bertha (Coake). David was 15 when he came to Illinois with his parents in 1863. He joined the Christian Church at age 17, and began preaching at age 36. He went to Kansas in 1879 but there was no Christian Church, so he attached to the Quakers. He returned to Illinois in 1886 and united with the Church of Christ. David preached and farmed as well.

Coake, Henry J. 1054, 1055. 731, 732. b.1818. s/o (g/n/u) Coake and Rebecca (Flannery) Coake. h/o Elenor (correct) (Rowe) Coake. f/o Rev David Coake. The biography states that Henry went with his mother to Kentucky at age 20, perhaps after his father had died.

Cochran, James. 1075, 1076, 1077. f/o Rosa (Cochran) Sommerville. James had a large farm and slaves in Kentucky. He employed flat boats, floating down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans.

(Cochran), Rosa Sommerville. 1075, 1076, 1077. b.1815. d.1885/70. d/o James Cochran. w/o Alexander Sommerville. m/o James Sommerville, Bio 1075, 1076, 1077; Molly (Sommerville); Nancy (Sommerville); Melinda (Sommerville) Sommerville (correct) of Rush County, Indiana; Margaret (Sommerville); John W. Sommerville of Washington; Joseph H. Sommerville, resident of Washington; Rosa (Sommerville) Hoult.

(Cochrane), Sarah Stewart. 668, 669. 1022, 1023. d/o General Cochrane of the War of 1812, who was also in the Legislature. w/o Joseph Stewart. m/o twins Tamer E. (Stewart) Patrick and Mary M. (Stewart), deceased; Lovina "Vina" (Stewart) Maddox; Sarah A. (Stewart) deceased; Josephine Frances (Stewart) Baum, 1022, 1023; Delphine "Della" F. (Stewart) Baum; Dolly J. (Stewart) Roush. When Joseph moved his family to Illinois, they floated down the Ohio River and came up the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. Note: Unable to find any information on Google about Sarah's father, General Cochrane.

(Cockrell), Flora Linnabary. 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Monroe Cockrell and Catherine (Fritz) Cockrell. w/o Orval Howard Linnabary. m/o Alma (Linnabary) deceased at 3-1/2 years; Rosa Belle, deceased at age 2; Orville George Linnabary; Louisa C. (Linnabary).

Cockrell, Monroe. 833, 834, 837, 838. h/o Catherine (Fritz) Cockrell. f/o Flora (Cockrell) Linnabary.

(Coddington) Polly Liggett. 442, 443. First wife of Jessee Ligget. m/o 12 children, 8 living: Wilson Ligget; Benjamin Ligget; Samuel Ligget; Jessee Ligget; Naomi (Ligget) Vinson; Mary (Ligget) Lowman Gammel; Susan (Ligget) McVicker; Anna (Ligget) Young. Polly was only 15 when she married Jessee.

(Coe), Alice. 519, 520. w/o Salmon Brown. m/o Herbert Brown.

Cofer, John S. 327, 328 Foster father of Eliza J. (Hoagland) Turner.

Coffer, George. 1036, 1037, 1038. h/o Caroline (Hanley) Coffer. Residents of Kansas.

Coffman, (g/n/u). 868, 869. f/o 7 sons including Jacob Coffman. Emigrated from Germany.

Coffman, Alonzo O. 868, 869. b. 1887. s/o Daniel A. Coffman and Arabell (Perry) Coffman.

(Coffman), Cora A. 868, 869. b.1883. d/o Daniel A. Coffman and Arabell (Perry) Coffman.

Coffman, Cunningham. 368, 369. Died at age 28. s/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown who died in 1879.

Coffman, Cyrus P. 368, 369. Died at age 18. s/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown who died in 1879.

Coffman, Daniel A. Home 795. Bio 868, 869. b.1844. s/o William Coffman and Lydia (Acord) Coffman. h/o Arabell (Perry) Coffman. f/o 4 children, 3 living: Vashie E. (Coffman); Cora A. (Coffman); Alonzo Coffman. Daniel joined Co. B, 154th Illinois Infantry under Captain Butler, but he was sent home before any active engagement because of a lung problem. He purchased 210 acres before his marriage in 1872, and prospered, giving $400 toward the erection of a church in Grand View. His land was adapted to stock raising, about 60 head of cattle, 200 head of fine sheep, 13 fine horses, 100 head of pigs. He was Supervisor of Grand View Township.

Coffman, Daniel M. 368, 369. s/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown who died in 1879. h/o Romaine (Blazer) Coffman. f/o 1 child. Daniel was an attorney.

(Coffman), Elizabeth Irion. 368, 369. d/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown who died in 1879. w/o Henry Irion.

(Coffman), Ella Thornley. 368, 369. d/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879. w/o W. Thornley.

(Coffman), Emma Willey. 368, 369. d/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879. w/o J. C. Willey.

(Coffman), Harriet Hamilton Rose. 368, 369. d/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) James Hamilton, f/o 5. (Husband #2) Rev. Rose. Residents of Athens, Ohio.

Coffman, Jacob. 868, 869. One of seven sons of German immigrant, (g/n/u) Coffman. f/o William Coffman.

Coffman, Joseph C. 368, 369. s/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879. Joseph was a twin of William Coffman, who died at age 1. h/o Carrie (Hawk) Coffman. Joseph was a Lieutenant in the Union Army. He became a lawyer in Quincy, Illinois.

Coffman, Captain Josiah. 368, 369. b. 1814 d. 1866/52. Wife's name unknown, but she died in 1879. f/o 12 children, 8 boys, 4 girls, 9 living: Elizabeth (Coffman) Irion; Joseph C. Coffman, twin of William; William Coffman, died at 1 year, twin of Joseph; Harriet (Coffman) Hamilton Rose; Daniel M. Coffman; Cyrus P. Coffman; Thomas J. Coffman; Cunningham Coffman; Sylvan G. Coffman; Emma (Coffman) Willey; Sylvester Coffman M.D.; Ella (Coffman) Thornley. Beginning at age 18, Captain Coffman was a river captain and pilot on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, on steamers including "Pine Ridge," one of the largest steamers on the Ohio River.

Coffman, Sylvan G. 368, 369. s/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879.

Coffman, Dr. Sylvester A., M.D. Bio 368, 369. b. 1858. s/o Captain Josiah Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879. h/o Hattie E. (Smith) Coffman. Sylvester was 7 years old when his father died. He began med school, but when the money ran out, he spent a year in Missouri, then Indian Territory. Next, he was at a hospital for the insane at Ossawottamie, Kansas. He was the first doctor in Allerton.

Coffman, Thomas J. 368, 369. s/o Captain Joseph Coffman; name of mother unknown, but she died in 1879. h/o Estasia (Kerns) Coffman. f/o 4 children. Thomas was an attorney in Hume, Illinois.

(Coffman), Vashie E. 868, 869. b. 1877. d/o Daniel A. Coffman and Arabell (Perry) Coffman.

Coffman, William. 868, 869. d.1885. s/o Jacob Coffman. h/o Lydia (Acord) Coffman. f/o 12 children, all living in 1889, including 7th born Daniel A. Coffman. William was a brick mason, contractor, and builder. In 1836 he came to Illinois and settled near Grand View.

Cogswell, Aaron S. 246, 247. f/o Anna E. (Cogswell) Chace. Aaron was of Revolutionary War fame.

(Cogswell), Anna E. Chace. 246, 247. d/o Aaron S. Cogswell. w/o Henry L. Chace.

(Coharn), Annie Newcomb. 814, 817. Died in 1863 at the home of her son, Charles. w/o Daniel Newcomb. m/o Jefferson Newcomb; Delila (Newcomb); Daniel Newcomb; Nancy (Newcomb) Robert Newcomb; Juda Newcomb; Charles Newcomb, Bio 814, 817; Isabella (Newcomb); Mary (Newcomb); William Newcomb.

(Cole), (g/n/u) Campbell. 270, 271 w/o Marvin S. Campbell.

(Cole), Almira Clark. 321, 322, 322. d/o Uriah Cole and Nancy (Barton) Cole. w/o George Clark. Died 2 years after marriage.

Cole, Benjamin. 613, 614. f/o Eliza (Cole) Thompson. Served in the Revolutionary War, wounded at Brandywine.

(Cole) Eliza Thompson. 613, 614. b.1792. d.1876/84. d/o Benjamin Cole. w/o John Thompson. m/o James Thompson.

(Cole), Elizabeth Tweedy. 1015, 1016, 1017. Died 1847. First wife of Anthony Tweedy. m/o Amander G. Tweedy, deceased; Richard W Tweedy, deceased.

(Cole), Ella Hull. 824, 827. Third wife of Thomas Hull. m/o Lewis Hull.

Cole, George Byron. 321, 322, 323. Died before 1889. s/o Uriah Cole and Nancy (Barton) Cole.

Cole, Henry J. 321, 322, 323 s/o John Cole and Nancy (Weaver) Cole.

Cole, Hiram. 321, 322, 323. s/o Uriah Cole and Nancy (Barton) Cole.

Cole, James B. 321, 322, 323. s/o Uriah Cole and Nancy (Barton) Cole.

Cole, John 321, 322, 323. b.1815. s/o Uriah Cole and Nancy (Barton) Cole. Husband of three women: (Wife #1) Aurelia Miranda (Huntington) Cole. m/o Miranda S. (Cole) McKee. (Wife #2) Nancy (Weaver) Cole. m/o Henry J. Cole (Wife #3) Sue (Patterson) Cole. m/o Mary Edith Cole. John was one of the first wool growers. From a herd of 49 sheep, his flock grew to 2,200 after fighting wolves away, sometimes by horseback. After marriage to Arelia, they immediately started for Vermilion County, a trip of 6 weeks and 3 days. Only markets available to John were early Chicago by team over rough roads, or New Orleans via Vermilion, Wabash, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers. John owned 1,360 acres divided into 3 farms.

(Cole), Mary Edith. 321, 322, 323 d/o John Cole and Sue (Patterson) Cole.

(Cole), Mary Houghton. 321, 322, 323. d/o Uriah Cole and Nancy (Barton) Cole. w/o Jonathan C. Houghton.

(Cole), Mattie Meadows. 994, 995. w/o James Meadows. m/o William Meadows, Ella (Meadows) Honnold; James Meadows; Gracie (Meadows), died in infancy.

(Cole), Miranda S. McKee. 321, 322, 323. d/o John Cole and Aurelia Miranda (Huntington) Cole. w/o James McKee.

Cole, Parker. 321, 322, 323. English ancestry. h/o Mollie (Nash) Cole. f/o Uriah Cole. When Parker moved to Vermont before the Revolutionary War, a 20 mile trail marked on trees led to his property. He arrived with one yoke of oxen and one cow. He cleared a farm on his 1,000 acres.

Cole, Uriah. 321, 322, 323. Died age 60. s/o Parker Cole and Mollie (Nash) Cole. h/o Nancy (Barton) Cole. f/o Hiram Cole; John Cole, Bio 321, 322, 323; Almira (Cole) Clark; Elizabeth died as infant; James B. Cole; Mary (Cole) Houghton; George Byron Cole deceased. Uriah acquired 100 acres.

(Coleman), Rosanna Alexander Oakwood. 637, 638, 639. Wife of two men. (Husband #1) J. J. Alexander. (Husband #2) Honorable Jacob H. Oakwood.

Collet, John D. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Collier, Alexander. Bio 532, 535. b.1830. s/o Leonard Collier and Charlotte (Slaygle) Collier. h/o Elizabeth (Jennings) Collier. f/o Francis M. Collier; Phoebe J. (Collier) Stahl; Sarah C. (Collier) Van Duyn. Early in life, Alexander relied on his own efforts, but the most important thing was honesty. School was in a rude hut, repulsive and hostile to learning. He left Tennessee and came to Vermilion County in 1851. He rented most of his 250 acres to his children who farmed and raised stock.

Collier, Charles S. 532, 535. s/o Francis M. Collier and Dora (Moore) Collier.

Collier, Francis M. 532, 535. s/o Alexander Collier and Elizabeth (Jennings) Collier. h/o Dora (Moore) Collier. f/o Josephine (Collier); Charles S. Collier.

Collier, George 532, 535. s/o Leonard Collier and Charlotte (Slaygle) Collier.

Collier, George A. 497 498. h/o Melissa (Humrichous) Collier. f/o John William Collier.

Collier, Henry. 857, 858. 892. h/o Elsie (Honnold) Collier. Residents of Embarras Township.

Collier, John. 532, 535. s/o Leonard Collier and Charlotte (Slaygle) Collier.

Collier, John William. 497, 498. s/o George A. Collier and Melissa (Humrichous) Collier.

(Collier), Josephine B. 532, 535. d/o Francis M. Collier and Dora (Moore) Collier.

Collier, Leonard. 532, 535. h/o Charlotte (Slaygle) Collier. f/o John Collier; George Collier; Sarah (Collier) Moore; Alexander Collier. Four daughters lived only to womanhood: Catherine, Eliza A., Nancy, Elizabeth. From Virginia, Leonard came to Tennessee in 1820. He prospered and became influential.

(Collier), Phoebe J. Stahl. 532, 535. d/o Alexander Collier and Elizabeth (Jennings) Collier. w/o Eli Stahl. m/o Bertie Stahl; Vora Belle (Stahl); Bessie May (Stahl).

(Collier), Sarah C. Van Duyn. 532, 535. d/o Alexander Collier and Elizabeth (Jennings) Collier. w/o James Van Duyn. m/o Alexander Van Duyn; Coy Van Duyn; Addie Belle (Van Duyn).

(Collier), Sarah Moore. 532, 535. d/o Leonard Collier and Charlotte (Slagle) Collier.

(Collins), Ann. 566. d/o John Collins, Sr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland. See 624, 625. Possible second wife of Louis Gray.

Collins, Bertie. 1064, 1065. s/o Francis Collins and Sophronia (Stokes) Collins, deceased.

(Collins), Bridget. 566. d/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland.

Collins, Clarence. 1064, 1065. s/o Francis Collins and Sophronia (Stokes) Collins, deceased.

Collins, Daniel. 566. s/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland.

Collins, Dennis. 566. s/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland. h/o (g/n/o) Burns.

(Collins) Elizabeth Thresher. 665, 666. w/o Everett Thresher. m/o 12 children, 10 survived: Sarah (Thresher); Hugh Thresher; Fanny (Thresher); Mary (Thresher); John Thresher; Mahala (Thresher; Minerva (Thresher); Celia (Thresher); Henry Thresher; George Thresher.

(Collins), Emma J. Tucker. 954, 957. w/o George B. Tucker. m/o Ethel Zoe (Tucker); Freddie Clarence Tucker.

Collins, Francis. 1064, 1065. h/o Sophronia (Stokes) Collins, deceased. f/o Clarence Collins; Bertie Collins.

Collins, George. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Collins, Rev. Henry. 423, 424. 429. h/o Mary E. (Neville) Collins. f/o 1 child.

Collins, John, Sr. 566. h/o Mary (Carter) Collins. f/o 5 sons and 1 daughter, including Richard Collins the first to come to America in 1845, who called for his twin, John, Jr., who joined him.

Collins, John, III. 566. s/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland.

Collins, John, Jr. Residence 564. Bio 566. Born in Ireland in 1826. s/o John Collins and Mary (Carter) Collins, both of Ireland. h/o Ann (Cregor) Collins, also from Ireland. f/o Richard Collins, deceased; John Collins; Dennis Collins; Michael Collins; Mary (Collins) Brown; Daniel Collins; Bridget (Collins); Juliana (Collins) Margaret (Collins); Ann (Collins). In 1845, John's twin brother, Richard, was the first family member to come to America. He sent for John, who joined him. The brothers worked in foundries for 7 years. In 1853 they were employed on the Illinois Central Railroad. John came to Vermillion County in 1881, and he had an 160 acre farm in Shilow Township, purchased in 1880. His sons Dennis and Michael operated the farm in 1889. John occupied 200 acres in Sidell. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

(Collins), Juliana. 566. d/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland.

(Collins), Margaret. 566. d/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland.

(Collins), Mary Brown. 566. d/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland. w/o (g/n/u) Brown. m/o Leo Brown; John Brown; Charles Brown; Richard Brown.

(Collins), Mattie Partlow. 280, 281. w/o Elmer E. Partlow. m/o George E. Partlow; Vera (Partlow); Frances (Partlow).

Collins, Michael. 566. s/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents from Ireland.

(Collins), Olive Williams. 1081, 1082. w/o James M. Williams. m/o Alice (Williams); Hester (Williams).

(Collins), Rachel Frances Nugent. 589. w/o John Nugent. m/o Raymond E. Nugent; Katie F. (Nugent); Celia (Nugent) Cast.

Collins, Richard. 566. b.1826. s/o John Collins, Sr., and Mary (Carter) Collins. Richard left Ireland for America in 1845, and soon called twin brother, John, Jr, to join him.

Collins, Richard. 566. Deceased. s/o John Collins, Jr., and Ann (Cregor) Collins, both parents came from Ireland.

Collins, Webster. 858, 859. h/o Rachael B. (Westbrook) Collins. Residents of Paris, Illinois.

Collins, Sgt. Major William A. 810, 811, 812. Deceased. h/o Mary E. (Palmer) Collins. William served as a Sgt. Major in an Ohio regiment, and died of exposure.

Collins William H. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

(Collison), Elizabeth Martin, 661, 662. w/o Calvin Martin. m/o Nellie (Martin) Garlaugh.

Colson, Usher O. Bio 903. b.1856. h/o Ada (Gordon) Colson. Usher moved to Mattoon, Illinois, as a boy and was educated there. He learned the printers trade in the Mattoon Journal office for 9 years. In 1876, Usher decided to enter the candy business, and he moved to Paris Illinois in 1880, a year after his marriage. From at least 1880 to 1889, he operated a confectionary, restaurant, and bakery.

(Commons), Adella. 510, 515 d/o Thomas L. Commons and Susan (Haworth) Commons. Commons, Arthur N. 510, 515 s/o Thomas L. Commons and Susan (Haworth) Commons.

Commons, Oren. 510, 515 s/o Thomas L. Commons and Susan (Haworth) Commons.

(Commons), Pearl. 510, 515 d/o Thomas L. Commons and Susan (Haworth) Commons.

Commons, Thomas L. 510, 515 h/o Susan (Haworth) Commons. f/o Arthur N. Commons; Adella (Commons); Walter Commons; Pearl (Commons); Oren Commons. Thomas and his family lived in Wichita, Kansas.

Commons, Walter. 510, 515 s/o Thomas L. Commons and Susan (Haworth) Commons.

Compton, W. H.. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Condit, Cephas. 653, 654. h/o Hannah (Riggs) Condit.

(Condon), Catherine. 1017, 1018. Born in Ireland. d/o Mathew Condon and Alice (Anghum) Condon. Catherine lived with brothers John, Richard, and Patrick, in John's home. All were single.

Condon, James. 1017, 1018. Born in Ireland. s/o Mathew Condon and Alice (Anghum) Condon. James was a policeman in Pana, Illinois.

Condon, John. Bio 1017, 1018. b.1845 in Ireland. s/o Mathew Condon and Alice (Anghum) Codon, both from Ireland. From 1859 at age 14, John had worked for himself. He came to America at age 16 in 1861 on the "State of Louisiana" steamer, arriving in New York City after 19 days of storms at sea. He worked two years on the New York and Harlem Railroad. In 1868 he moved to Paris, Illinois, by rail and became a partner with his uncle, Edward Sheehey, farming 80 acres in Buck Township. Two years later, he rented 120 acres for two years and bought 100 acres in Shiloh Township. The next year he moved to the 220 acre Hedge Farm in Shiloh Township. In 1865 he moved to the last 610 acre farm. In addition to grain, he raised stock, and bought and shipped cattle. He had a special interest in horses, owning 30, requiring 8 to 10 teams on the property After summer was over, he operated a steam thresher. John never married. His brothers Patrick and Richard, and sister Catherine lived with him, and all were single. Note: John was on his own at age 14, which was after his mother died. No mention is made of a stepmother, but that is a possibility.

Condon, Mathew 1017, 1018. Born in Ireland. s/o Richard Condon. h/o Alice (Anghum) Condon. f/o Patrick Condon; Thomas Condon; Richard Condon; James Condon; John Condon, Bio 1017, 1018; Catherine Condon.

Condon, Patrick. 1017, 1018. Born in Ireland s/o Mathew Condon and Alice (Anghum) Condon. Patrick lived with brothers John and Richard, and sister Catherine, in John's home. All were singe.

Condon, Richard. 1017, 1018. Born, lived, and died in Ireland. f/o Mathew Condon.

Condon, Richard. 1017, 1018. Born in Ireland s/o Mathew Condon and Alice (Anghum) Condon. Richard lived with brothers John and Patrick, and sister Catherine, in John's home. All were singe.

Condon, Thomas. 1017, 1018. Born in Ireland s/o Mathew Condon and Alice (Anghum) Condon.

Conel, James. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Conkey, Alexander. 848, 849. h/o Lucy (McColloch) Conkey. f/o 4 children including 3rd born Sophia (Conkey) Baldwin. Alexander lived in Hunter Township.

Conkey, H. A. 1031, 1032, 1033. d.1888. Col. George Dole was a pall bearer at Mr. Conkey's funeral. After the funeral, Col. Dole suffered a stroke and died the next day.

(Conkey), L. Sophia Baldwin. 848, 849. b.1815. d/o Alexander Conkey and Lucy (McColloch) Conkey. w/o Alanson Baldwin. m/o Emeline (Baldwin) Nofsinger; Alexander Baldwin, Bio 848, 849; Julia (Baldwin) Nofsinger; Charles J. Baldwin died at age 18. Conkle, (g/n/u). 862, 863. h/o Beulah (Vale) Conkle of Iowa.

(Conklin), (g/n/u) Mann. 462, 463. w/o George Mann.

Conklin, Stanley. 201. h/o Anna (Adams) Conklin. f/o 2. Member of Jarvis and Conklin.

(Conley), Annie White. 823, 824. w/o Charles White. m/o Walter White. The family lived with grandfather Henry White.

(Conlin), Mary Brady. 394, 397. w/o John Brady. m/o Margaret (Brady) Martin; John Brady; Charlie Brady; Edith (Brady).

Connely, A. C. 870, 871, 872. Mr. Connely operated a dry goods store in Paris, Illinois, and employed Charles P. Hitch for years.

Conner, Andrew. 952. Died before 1889. h/o Mary (Shane) Conner.

Conner, Henry. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

(Connor), Ruth Jones. 508, 509. d.1869. First wife of Ira Jones. m/o 7 children, 4 living: Emeline (Jones) Arrissmith; George Jones; Rozella (Jones) Busby; Seymour Jones; Indiana (Jones) Patton, deceased.

(Conrad), Christina Ross. 903, 904, 907. b.1800. d.1869/69. w/o John Ross. m/o Catherine (Ross) Jackson; Mary (Ross) Allen, deceased; Johnston Ross; William Ross, Bio 903, 904, 907; Elizabeth (Ross) Green. Deceased children: Abraham, Henry, John, Jacob. After their marriage in Pennsylvania, the couple moved to Ohio.

Conrey, Perry. 783, 784. h/o Minerva (Cooper) Conrey.

(Constable), Alice Wilkins. 608, 609. d.1883. d/o Judge Charles H. Constable. First wife of Judge Jacob W. Wilkins. m/o Harry O. Wilkins; John Scofield Wilkins; Jessie Belle (Wilkins).

Constable, Judge Charles H. 608, 609. f/o Alice (Constable) Wilkins. 723. Contributed to the Union Fund.

(Conway), (g/n/u) Barnett 603, 604. First wife of James Barnett. m/o 5 children, names not included.

Conway, James. 923, 924, 927. h/o Phoebe J. (Mason) Conway. f/o 2 children.

Cook, A. Jackson. 927, 928. s/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Bruellet Township. (Also listed under Cook, Jackson)

Cook, Addison W. 474, 475. s/o Dr. Joseph C. Cook and Margaret J. (Dallas) Cook.

(Cook), Alice. 516, 517. d/o Daniel Cook and Eleeta (Powell) Cook.

Cook, Alonzo. 584, 585. h/o Rebecca (Olehy) Cook. Alonzo was a coal dealer in Georgetown Township.

Cook, Amos. Bio 516, 517. 510, 515. b.1845. s/o Daniel Cook and Hannah (Hester) Cook. h/o Maria (Haworth) Cook. Amos and Maria had no children. On his 92 acres, Amos did general farming and stock raising, particularly graded Belgian horses, Short-horn cattle, and Poland-China hogs. Amos and Maria were Quakers. Brothers Ezra and Amos Cook married sisters Mary and Maria (Haworth.)

Cook, Amos G. Portrait 926. Bio 927, 928. b.1859. s/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Amos lived with his parents until 1877 when he reached the age of 18 years. He pursued studies at Eastham College in Richmond Indiana, then rented land, and was able to purchase 210 acres in 1888. Amos and a brother operated a larger extent of land than a person alone. They also pursued stock raising, especially cattle and Clydesdales, and did thrashing with a J. I. Case Separator machine. (Note: The J. I. Case Separator machines went into production after Mr Case completed his first improved thrashing machine in 1843-1844.) Amos and his brother operated a 300 acre farm using 16 horses and mules. After his father died in 1882, Amos's mother made her home with him.

(Cook), Anna Reid. 582, 583. b.1844 d/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook. w/o Lewis Allen Reid. No children. Anna loved to show what plucky stock her mother came from by telling the story of when Rachel rode on horseback and drove a cow from Tennessee to Union County, Indiana.

(Cook), Annie Elliott. 892, 893, 894. d/o Christopher Cook and Nancy (m/n/u) Cook both from England. w/o Thomas Elliott. m/o Mary Ann (Elliott) Freesch; Parker Eliott; Nellie (Elliott). Thomas came to the U.S at age 32 in 1854. Thomas and Annie met in Evanston, Illinois, and they were married in 1858.

Cook, Arthur. 604, 605, 606. s/o Pleasant Cook and Sarah (Rees) Cook.

Cook, Asa. 582, 583. s/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook.

Cook, A. Jackson. 927, 928. s/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Bruellet Township. (Also listed above under A.)

Cook, Benjamin. 689. h/o Lilly M. (Downs) Cook. Resident of Elwood Township.

(Cook), Bertha. 510, 515. d/o Ezra Cook and Mary E. (Haworth) Cook.

(Cook), Bertie C. 474, 475. d/o Dr. Joseph C. Cook and Margaret J. (Dallas) Cook.

(Cook), Bertie C. 474, 475. d/o Joseph F. Cook and Drusilla P. (Campbell) Cook.

(Cook), Bertie J. 236, 237, 238. d/o Samuel Cook and second wife Martha E. (Citizen) Moreland Cook.

(Cook), Catherine. 927, 928. d/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Bruellet Township.

Cook, Charles 474, 475. s/o Dr. Joseph C. Cook and Margaret J. (Dallas) Cook.

Cook, Charles F. 236, 237, 238. 528. s/o Samuel Cook and Amanda Melvina. (Graves) Cook. h/o Celia (Padget) Cook. Charles was a farmer.

Cook, Christopher. 892, 893. h/o Nancy (m/n/u) Cook, both born in England. f/o Annie (Cook) Elliott.

Cook, Daniel. 516, 517. 536, 537. h/o Hannah (Hester) Cook. f/o Amos Cook, Ezra Cook; Daniel Cook; Amos Cook. Daniel was an early settler in Vermilion County. The Cook family were Quakers. Brothers Ezra and Amos Cook married sisters Mary and Maria Haworth.

Cook, Daniel. 516, 517. b.1855. s/o Daniel Cook and Hannah (Hester) Cook. h/o Eleeta (Powell) Cook. f/o Alice (Cook).

Cook, Elam. 582, 583. s/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook.

Cook, Eli. 927, 928. f/o James Cook. Eli owned a plantation and slaves in North Carolina.

Cook, Eli. 927, 928. s/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Bruellet Township.

(Cook), Elizabeth. See Tamar E. Cook, 1079, 1080. 927, 928. d/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Prairie Township.

(Cook), Elizabeth Smith. 582, 583. Deceased. d/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook. w/o (g/n/u) Smith. m/o 4 children

(Cook), Elizabeth Thornton, 700. w/o Isaac Thornton. m/o Mary E. (Thornton) Richardson; Derinda (Thornton); Matilda Esther (Thornton); Edom Thornton.

(Cook), Ellen. 236, 237, 238. d/o Samuel Cook and Amanda M. (Graves) Cook. Died before 1889.

(Cook), Ellen Wright. 927, 928. d/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. w/o (g/n/u) Wright. Resident of Prairie Township.

(Cook), Ethel. 510, 515. d/o Ezra Cook and Mary E. (Haworth) Cook.

Cook, Ezra. 516, 517. 510, 515. b.1848. s/o Daniel Cook and Hannah (Hester) Cook. h/o Mary E. (Haworth) Cook. f/o Bertha (Cook); Nora (Cook); Flora (Cook); Seth Cook; Ethel (Cook). Ezra did general farming and stock raising on his 70 acres. Brothers Ezra and Amos Cook married sisters Mary and Maria Haworth.

(Cook), Flora. 510, 515. d/o Ezra Cook and Mary E. (Haworth) Cook.

Cook, Fred. 236, 237, 238. s/o Samuel Cook and second wife Martha E. (Citizen) Moreland Cook.

Cook, George W. 237. 515, 516. 528. s/o Samuel Cook and Amanda Melvina (Graves) Cook. h/o Eliza (Douglass) Cook.

Cook, George. 352, 353. h/o Maggie (Williams) Cook.

Cook, Herman. 528. s/o James P. Cook and Ina (O'Neal) Cook.

Cook, Hugh. 582, 583. s/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook.

Cook, Isaac. 927, 928. b.1805. d.1887/82. s/o James Cook. h/o Susannah (Shannon) Cook. f/o A. Jackson Cook; Ellen (Cook) Wright; *Elizabeth (Cook); Eli Cook; Catherine (Cook); William F. Cook; Amos G. Cook, Bio 927, 928; John E. Cook. Note: *Elizabeth is probably Tamar *E. (Cook) Rice, w/o James M. Rice, 1079, 1080. See Tamar E.(Cook) Rice. Isaac arrived in Edgar County in 1859, bringing a lot of livestock along on the trip from Ohio. He had 100 acres at Stratton Township. In 1864 he moved to Prairie Township.

Cook, J. Riley 444, 445. d. 1856. f/o Joseph B. Cook.

Cook, James. 236, 237, 238. b.1797. h/o Susanna (Moyer) Cook. f/o six sons, including second born Samuel Cook and 5 daughters. They arrived in Vermilion County in 1834.

Cook, James. 927, 928. Lived 82 years. f/o Isaac Cook. At age 21, James went to Butler County, Ohio, and prospered there. James was a Quaker.

Cook, James P. Bio 528. 236, 237, 238. b.1855 s/o Samuel Cook and Amanda Melvina. (Graves) Cook, grandson of James Cook of 1797. Husband of Ina (O'Neal) Cook. (Note: 236, 237, 238, "Eveline" used instead of Ina.) f/o Lillian (Gertrude (Cook); Stella E. (Cook) and twin Lena J. (Cook); Herman Cook. Married at 22, James and Ina moved to 92 acres near Westville.

Cook, John. 556, 557. h/o Mary (Medscor) Cook. f/o Matilda (Cook) Graves.

Cook, John. 596, 597. Born in England. h/o Sarah (Bass) Cook. Lived in Chicago.

Cook, John E. 927, 928. s/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Prairie Township.

Cook, John F. 236, 237, 238. s/o Samuel Cook and second wife Martha E. (Citizen) Moreland Cook.

Cook, Joseph B. Bio 444, 445. b. 1851. s/o J. Riley Cook. h/o Sicily E. (Haworth) Cook. (No children listed.) Orphaned at 5 years old, Joseph was raised by his maternal aunt and her husband, Joshua Thornton. Mr. Thornton died 10 years later when Joseph was 15. He attended Bloomingdale Academy under Professor Hobbs, then Vermilion Grove Academy. Joseph owned 51 acres and had charge of 40 more acres, belonging to his mother-in-law Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Cook, Dr. Joseph C. 474, 475. d.1875. s/o William Cook. h/o Margaret J. (Dallas) Cook. f/o 12 children, 5 living: William C. Cook; Charles Cook; Joseph F. Cook. Addison W. Cook; Bertie C. (Cook). When the Cooks married, Joseph had 50 cents, a horse, saddle, bridle. His estate grew to 1,700 acres, and $48,000. He gave $600 per year to worthy poor.

Cook, Joseph F. Bio 474, 475. s/o Dr. Joseph C. Cook and Margaret J. (Dallas) Cook. h/o Drusilla P. (Campbell) Cook. f/o Nettie P. (Cook); Roy F. Cook; May D. (Cook); Bertie C. (Cook). Joseph was the owner, and seller of fine horses, mainly Cleveland Bays and Mambrino strains. See for famous horses.

Cook, Josh 582, 583. Died age 22. s/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook.

(Cook), Keziah Rudd. 582, 583. d/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook. w/o (g/n/u) Rudd.

Cook, Larkin. 695, 696. h/o Jennie (Boyce) Cook. f/o 10 children, including 8th born Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. Larkin moved to Indiana, then on to Vermilion County in 1827. Known for his strict integrity and his genial disposition, he and Jennie were the leaders in merrymaking.

(Cook), Lena J. 528. d/o James P. Cook and Ina (O'Neal) Cook. Twin of Stella E. (Cook).

Cook, Lewis. 604, 605, 606. s/o Pleasant Cook and Sarah (Rees) Cook.

(Cook), Lillian Gertrude. 528. d/o James P. Cook and Ina (O'Neal) Cook.

(Cook) Lucinda Cooper. Bio 695, 696. 479, 480. b.1823. d/o Larkin Cook and Jennie (Boyce) Cook. w/o John E. Cooper, deceased. m/o George B. Cooper; John W. Cooper; Sally or Sallie (Cooper) Gilkey; Jennie (Cooper) Jones; Anna "Annie" (Cooper); Lizzie (Cooper) Moreland, deceased; Kate (Cooper) Jones; Quinn L. Cooper; Charles Cooper; Elgin and Robert died in infancy. The family moved from Virginia to Ohio, then to Illinois in 1840. John and Lucinda married in 1846. Their 640 acre farm was enhanced by a 4-story brick mansion with an observatory that stood 59 feet from the ground.

(Cook), Mary. 516, 517. Deceased. d/o Daniel Cook and Hannah (Hester) Cook. Names of husband and two children not included.

(Cook), Mary Wherry. 528. 236, 237, 238. d/o Samuel Cook and Amanda Melvina. (Graves) Cook. w/o John Wherry. m/o 2.

(Cook), Margaret "Maggie." 528. 236, 237, 238. d/o Samuel Cook and Amanda Melvina. (Graves) Cook. Died at age 15.

(Cook), Matilda Graves. 556, 557. d.1859. d/o John Cook and Mary (Medscor) Cook. First wife of Levi Henry Graves. m/o Olive (Graves) Moore; Mary M. (Graves) Ashby; Amanda M. (Graves) O'Niel; James Graves, died at age 2.

(Cook), May D. 474, 475. d/o Joseph F. Cook and Drusilla P. (Campbell) Cook.

(Cook), Nettie P. 474, 475. d/o Joseph F. Cook and Drusilla P. (Campbell) Cook.

(Cook), Nora. 510, 515. 516, 517. d/o Ezra Cook and Mary E. (Haworth) Cook.

(Cook), Phebe Maddock. 983. w/o Francis Maddock. m/o a large family, including Joseph Maddock.

Cook, Pleasant. 604, 605, 606. h/o Sarah (Rees) Cook. f/o Lewis Cook; Arthur Cook.

(Cook), Rachel Thompson. 582, 583. d/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook. w/o (g/n/u) Thompson.

Cook, Roy F. 474, 475. s/o Joseph F. Cook and Drusilla P. (Campbell) Cook.

Cook, Samuel. Bio 236, 237, 238; 528. b.1825. s/o James Cook and Susanna (Moyer) Cook, second child in a family of 11 children. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Amanda Melvina (Graves) Cook. m/o George W. Cook; James P. Cook, Bio 528; Mary (Cook) Wherry; Margaret (Cook); Charles Cook; Ellen (Cook). (Wife #2) Martha E. (Citizen) Moreland Cook. m/o Bertie J. (Cook); John F. Cook; Fred Cook. Samuel arrived in Vermilion County at age 9. A farmer with 160 acres in Catlin Township, see Samuel's bio for story of pioneer flatboats.

(Cook), Sarah A. Hildreth. 651 Third wife of John B. Hildreth. m/o John O Hildreth; Emma (Hildreth); May Jennie (Hildreth); Lennie L. Hildreth.

(Cook), Sarah Patterson. 582, 583. d/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook. w/o (g/n/u) Patterson. Sarah lived in Kansas.

Cook, Seth. 510, 515. s/o Ezra Cook and Mary E. (Haworth) Cook.

(Cook) Stella E. 528. d/o James P. Cook and Ina (O'Neal) Cook. Twin of Lena J. (Cook).

(Cook) Susan White. 353, 354 d.1872. First wife of William White. m/o Oscar White; James White; Susan (White).

(Cook), Tamar E. Rice. 1079, 1080. Full name possibly Tamar Elizabeth Rice. 927, 928. b.1849. d/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. w/o James M. Rice. m/o Charlie M. Rice; adoptive mother of John R. Scott from the New York Juvenile Asylum. Note: John may have been sent to Illinois on an "orphan train." Resident of Prairie Township.

Cook, Thomas. 582, 583. s/o Wright Cook and Rachael (Maxwell) Cook.

Cook, William. 927, 928. s/o Isaac Cook and Susannah (Shannon) Cook. Resident of Prairie Township.

Cook, William. 474, 475. f/o Dr. Joseph C. Cook

Cook, William C. 474, 475. s/o Dr. Joseph C. Cook and Margaret J. (Dallas) Cook.

Cook, Wright. 582, 583. h/o Rachael (Maxwell) Cook. f/o Elam Cook; Keziah (Cook) Rudd; Hugh Cook; Thomas Cook; Asa Cook; Sarah (Cook) Patterson; Anna (Cook) Reid; Rachel (Cook) Thompson; Elizabeth (Cook) Smith deceased; Josh Cook, deceased. Wright moved from North Carolina to Illinois in 1825 to an area that was still controlled by Indians and wild animals.

Cook, Zimri 444, 445. f/o J. Riley Cook.

Cooley, Ed. 923, 924, 927. h/o Lutie (Snyder) Cooley. Ed was a farmer, near Palermo.

Coons, (g/n/u). 1061, 1062. h/o Mary J. (Lauher) Coons.

(Cooper), Anna or Annie. 479, 480. d/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper.

Cooper, Benjamin. 783, 784. s/o John N. Cooper and Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper. Benjamin was one of the first 3 men to settle in Greely County, Kansas. He became well-to-do, farming his 320 acres.

Cooper, Charles. Bio 479, 480. 696. b.1857. s/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. h/o Kate (Moreland) Cooper. f/o Louis or Luie Cooper; Fleda (Cooper.) Married at 24, Charles rented the old Moreland Farm. In 1881, he rented the old Hedges Farm across from Woodlawn Cemetery where his father, John, spent $1,900 for a vault. Charles farmed 160 acres, specializing in champion road horses, and registered short horn cattle. Note: Two women of the Moreland family, Carrie and Kate, married the Cooper brothers, George B Cooper and Charles Cooper. Lizzie (Cooper), sister of George and Charles, married Will Moreland. The relationship between Carrie, Lizzie, and Will is unknown.

Cooper, Edwin. 783, 784. s/o John N. Cooper and Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper. Edwin farmed 160 acres in Kansas.

Cooper, Elgin or L.G. 479, 480. 695, 696. s/o John W. Cooper and Nora (Hill) Cooper.

Cooper, Elmo. 479, 480. s/o John W. Cooper and Nora (Hill) Cooper.

Cooper, Everett, or Effort. 695, 696. 479, 480. s/o George B. Cooper and Carrie (Moreland) Cooper. 479, 480 lists "Effort" as the son of George B. Cooper and Carrie (Moreland) Cooper.

(Cooper), Fleda. 479, 480. 695, 696. d/o Charles Cooper and Kate (Moreland) Cooper

Cooper, Louis or Luie. 695, 696. 479, 480. s/o Charles Cooper and Kate (Moreland) Cooper.

Cooper, George B. 695, 696. 479, 480. s/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. h/o Carrie (Moreland) Cooper. f/o Opa or Opie Cooper; Everett ("Effort" on 479, 480) Cooper; Glenn (or Glen) Cooper. George and brother John W. Cooper were partners in a livery in Indiana. Note: Two women of the Moreland family, Carrie and Kate, married the Cooper brothers, George B Cooper and Charles Cooper. Lizzie (Cooper), sister of George and Charles, married Will Moreland. The relationship between Carrie, Lizzie, and Will is unknown.

Cooper, Glenn. 695, 696. 479, 480. s/o George B. Cooper and Carrie (Moreland) Cooper.

(Cooper), Hattie. 783, 784. d/o John N. Cooper and Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper.

Cooper, James. 783, 784. s/o John N. Cooper and Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper.

(Cooper), Jennie Jones 479, 480. d/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. w/o Russell Jones. m/o Bert (or Bertie) Jones.

(Cooper), Jennie 695, 696. d/o John W. Cooper and Nora (Hill) Cooper.

Cooper, John E. 479, 480, 695, 696. b.1826 d.1885/59. h/o Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. f/o George B. Cooper; John W. Cooper; Sally (Cooper) Gilkey; Jennie (Cooper) Jones; Annie (Cooper); Lizzie (Cooper) Moreland, deceased; Kate (Cooper) Jones; Quin L. Cooper; Charles Cooper, Bio 479, 480. Eliza and Robert died in infancy. John moved from Virginia to Ohio, then to Illinois in 1840, and married Lucinda in 1846. His 640 acre farm was enhanced by a 4-story brick mansion with an observatory that stood 59 feet from the ground. John was the first to purchase and use a steel plow. In 1881, son Charles rented the old Hedges Farm across from Woodlawn Cemetery where John spent $1,900 for a vault. Note#1: J. R. Jones of Missouri, and Russel Jones, also of Missouri, married sisters Kate and Jennie Cooper. The relationship between J. R. and Russel is unknown. Note #2: Two women of the Moreland family, Carrie and Kate, married the Cooper brothers, George B. Cooper and Charles Cooper. Lizzie (Cooper), sister of George and Charles, married Will Moreland. The relationship between Carrie, Kate, and Will is unknown.

Cooper, John N. Bio 783, 784. Died 1889. Second husband of Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper. f/o Linnie (Cooper) Gunning; Minerva (Cooper) Conrey; Benjamin Cooper; Edwin Cooper; James Cooper; Hattie (Cooper). John farmed in Indiana, but he moved to Edgar County in 1861, settling on 10 timber covered acres, to be free of debt. He eventually had 100 acres under cultivation. In addition, he raised livestock, usually 10 horses and 75 sheep. Note: This confusing entry is in the biography, "John Cooper, the father of Thomas, emigrated from Ohio to Vigo County, Indiana, where he was one of its earliest pioneers...In 1861 he came to Edgar County, IL." Note: No person named Thomas Cooper is included in the list of children of John N. Cooper, nor in any Cooper biography. On page 784, Thomas is listed as the son of John Cooper. The names may have been transposed, with Thomas being the the father of John N. Cooper.

Cooper, John W. 479, 480. 695, 696 s/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. h/o Nora (Hill) Cooper. f/o Elmo Cooper; Elgin Cooper (or L. G.); Jennie (Cooper). John and brother George B. Cooper were partners in a livery in Indiana.

(Cooper), Kate Jones. 695, 696. 479, 480. d/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. w/o Jethrow R. Jones. m/o Elgie Jones; Lelah (Jones); J. C. Jones; Cora (Jones).

Cooper, L. G. See Cooper, Elgin.

(Cooper), Linnie Gunning. 783, 784. d/o John N. Cooper and Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper. w/o James Gunning.

(Cooper), Lizzie Moreland. 479, 480. Died before 1889. d/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. w/o Will Moreland. m/o Johnnie Moreland. Note: Two women of the Moreland family, Carrie and Kate, married the Cooper brothers, George B. Cooper and Charles Cooper. Lizzie (Cooper), sister of George and Charles, married Will Moreland. The relationship between Carrie, Kate, and Will is unknown.

(Cooper), Minerva Conrey. 783, 784. d/o John N. Cooper and Margaret (Fleming) Allen Cooper. w/o Perry Conrey.

Cooper, Opa or Opie. 695, 696. 479, 480. s/o George B. Cooper and Carrie (Moreland) Cooper.

Cooper, Quinn L. 479, 480. 695, 696. s/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. Quinn operated the old homestead.

(Cooper), Sally or Sallie Gilkey. 695, 696. 479, 480. d/o John E. Cooper and Lucinda (Cook) Cooper. w/o John A. Gilkey, deceased. m/o Signa E. (Gilkey); Ora A. (Gilkey). Sally and her children lived with mother Lucinda.

Cooper, Thomas. 784. No person named Thomas Cooper is included in the list of children of John N. Cooper, nor in any Cooper biography. On page 784, Thomas is listed as the son of John Cooper. The names may have been transposed, because Thomas was the father of John N. Cooper.

Copeland, Rev. A. G. 266, 267, 268 (name of wife unknown) f/o Ellie (Copeland) Oakwood.

Copeland,) Almeda Johns. 259, 260. d.1875. d/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland. w/o Frank Johns.

Copeland, Andrew. 259, 260. s/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland.

Copeland, Andrew Z. 259, 260. s/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland.

(Copeland), Clarinda. 259, 260. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland.

(Copeland), Delilah. 259, 260. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland.

(Copeland) Elizabeth Chambers. 259, 260. d/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland. w/o John B. Chambers.

(Copeland) Ellie Oakwood. 266, 267, 268 d/o Rev. A. G. Copeland. (Mother unknown.) w/o John M. Oakwood.

(Copeland) Elizabeth Lamb, 259, 260. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland. w/o Milton Lamb. In later years, Samuel lived with Elizabeth in the summer. Note: See brother William H. Copeland for additional connections between the Copeland and Lamb families.

Copeland, E. H. 259, 260. s/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland.

Copeland, Eli. 259, 260. s/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland.

(Copeland), Emily. 259, 260. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland.

Copeland, George 417, 418. h/o Mary J. (Rickart) Copeland.

Copeland, George. 259, 260. s/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland.

Copeland, George W. 259, 260. s/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland.

Copeland), Malinda or Melinda. 259, 260. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland. (See 268, probably w/o Rev. Michael Oakwood; also, In book, see Melinda (Copeland) Wood 332, 333)

(Copeland), Mary Davis. 393, 394. 259, 260 d.1858. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland. First wife of Henry V. Davis. m/o Samuel H. Davis, deceased; William E. Davis; Sarah Elizabeth (Davis) Gamble.

(Copeland), Mary Wilson. 259, 260. d/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland. w/o James Wilson, killed in 1860 at Battle of Chickasaw. m/o William H. Wilson, who was reared by Grandfather William H. Copeland after the death of young William's father, James Wilson.

(Copeland), Melinda Wood 332, 333 Possible d/o Samuel Copeland, Bio 259, 260. 268. w/o Absalom Wood. m/o Nancy (Wood) Judy.

(Copeland), Nancy Duncan. 259, 260. d/o William H. Copeland and Rachael (Sterns) Copeland. w/o W. H. Duncan.

(Copeland), Nancy Oakwood. 266, 267, 268. 259, 260. Died 1852. d/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Oakwood. First w/o Rev. Michael Oakwood. m/o Samuel H. Oakwood.

Copeland, Perry. 259, 260. s/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland.

Copeland, Robert. 259, 260. Arrived from Ireland with brother Samuel Copeland. Robert moved on to South Carolina and was never seen again.

Copeland, Samuel. 259; 393, 394. h/o (unknown). f/o Isaac Copeland; Robert Copeland; Samuel Copeland, at publication in 1889, the only survivor of 8 children; James Copeland; Hamilton Copeland; Mary Ann (Copeland) d.1858, 393, 394; Jane (Copeland); Mahala (Copeland). Samuel, an Irish immigrant, arrived with brother Robert, who moved on to South Carolina and was never seen again. In 1805, Samuel moved his family to Ohio on pack horses, with Robert, Isaac and Samuel in baskets loaded on a horse.

Copeland, Samuel. 259, 260 s/o Samuel Copeland. h/o Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland. f/o 11: William H. Copeland; George W. Copeland; Perry Copeland; Mary A. (Copeland); Nancy (Copeland); Melinda or Malinda (Copeland); Andrew Copeland; Delila (Copeland); Clarinda (Copeland); Emily (Copeland); Elizabeth (Copeland) Lamb. This was a true pioneer family. The first four children were born in Ohio, the rest in Illinois. Samuel made a keel boat to move from Ohio to Indiana, via the Ohio, up the Wabash to Perrysville, Indiana, taking household goods plus a large load of valuable salt. The rest of the trip was by hired wagon. A temporary dwelling was made of poles leaning on trees until a log house was made. Late in life, Samuel lived with son William in the winter, and daughter Elizabeth in the summer.

Copeland, William H. 259, 260 s/o Samuel Copeland and Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Rachael (Sterns) Copeland, m/o Mary (Copeland) Wilson; Nancy (Copeland) Duncan; E.H. Copeland; Almeda (Copeland) Johns; Eli Copeland; Andrew Z. Copeland; Elizabeth (Copeland) Chambers; George Copeland; Harmon Copeland; Charles Copeland. (Wife #2) Elizabeth (Kirkhart) Lamb Copeland. After the death of son-in-law James Wilson, (husband of daughter Mary), William raised his grandson, William H. Wilson. William gave each child $2,500 at their marriage. Note: Second wife Elizabeth was the widow of Stephen Lamb who may have been related to Milton Lamb, h/o William's sister, Elizabeth (Copeland) Lamb.

Corbley, Edwin. 447, 448. His property was originally owned by Joseph Jones.

Cork, John. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Corley, William. 1066, 1067. h/o Cinderella Corley. f/o 4 children, 3 deceased. William was a traveling man, and a resident of Kansas.

(Cornelius), Grace Amanda Stallings. 718, 719. d/o John Cornelius. w/o John Stallings. m/o Eva Ella (Stallings).

Cornelius, John. 718, 719. f/o William Cornelius; Lizzie (Cornelius); Grace Amanda (Cornelius) Stallings.

(Cornelius), Lizzie. 718, 719. d/o John Cornelius.

Cornelius, William 718, 719. s/o John Cornelius.

Cornell, Robert. 1070, 1071. Deceased. h/o Rachel (Baum) Cornell of White County, Indiana.

Corns, J. 832, 833. Uncle of Benjamin F. Waldruff, whom he raised. Mr. Corns was a blacksmith in Millersburg (probably Ohio), and Benjamin learned the trade from him.

(Cornwell), Carrie Hull. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell. w/o John C. Hull. m/o Alfred C. Hull; Ella May (Hull); Thomas William Hull.

(Cornwell), Ella. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell. Ella lived with her parents.

(Cornwell), Gertrude. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell.

(Cornwell), Jessie. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell. Jessie lived with her parents.

Cornwell, John. 824, 827. s/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell.

(Cornwell), Lydia. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell. Lydia was a resident of Kansas.

(Cornwell), Mabel. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell.

(Cornwell), Stella. 824, 827. d/o William D. Cornwell and Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell.

Cornwell, William D. 824, 827. h/o Elizabeth S. (Laird) Cornwell. f/o Lydia (Cornwell) of Kansas; John Cornwell; Stella (Cornwell); Mabel (Cornwell), Gertrude (Cornwell); Ella (Cornwell); Jessie (Cornwell); Carrie (Cornwell) Hull.

Coslett, Ted. 1082. h/o Serena (Scott) Coslett.

Cossart, Albert. 454, 455. f/o Rachel (Cossart) Humphreys.

(Cossart), Rachel Humphreys, 454, 455. d. 1877. d/o Albert Cossart. w/o Thomas B. Humphreys. m/o Albert Humphreys; Samuel Humphreys.

Cossatt, Perry. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Cossett, H. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

(Cosy), Martha Winters. 643, 644. w/o William Winters. m/o eleven children. Residents of Dakota.

(Cotton), Ellen. 484, 485, 486. d/o Henry Cotton and Elizabeth (Getty) Cotton.

Cotton, George Elmer. 484, 485, 486. s/o Henry Cotton and Elizabeth (Getty) Cotton. f/o one child. George was a prosperous farmer in Illinois.

Cotton, Henry. Bio. 484, 485, 486. b.1822. s/o Robert Cotton and Hannah (Howard) Cotton. h/o Elizabeth (Getty) Cotton. f/o Robert D. Cotton; William L. Cotton; John H. Cotton; Mary J. (Cotton), died as infant; George Elmer Cotton; Ellen (Cotton). "Uncle Harry" or "The Squire," arrived in Vermilion County at age 6 months. His father died when he was 2 years old. Wolves howled around cabin doors at night, and protection from prairie fires was achieved by plowing around the dwellings. Education (reading writing, ciphering) was only for a few months each year. Henry taught in the winter for 2 or 3 years. He became a flatboat man and made 18 trips to and from New Orleans. He met his wife at Vincennes, Indiana, married, and lived in Vincennes 8 years, also working as a carpenter. They moved to Danville where he farmed. Henry's army career was shortened to 8 months from overheating during training with Co. G 125th Illinois Infantry. The family moved to Knox Co. Indiana in 1863, then to Clay Co., Illinois, then on to Vermilion County in 1882. Henry opened a mercantile business in Westville, but an 1883 fire destroyed everything. Henry rebuilt and resumed business. He served as Postmaster for 3 years.

Cotton, John. 484, 485, 486 b. December 29, 1585. d.1652. Puritan ancestor of Robert Cotton.

Cotton, John H. 484, 485, 486. d.1888. s/o Henry Cotton and Elizabeth (Getty) Cotton.

Cotton, Robert. 484, 485, 486. d.1824. Descended from Puritan, John Cotton. h/o Hannah (Howard) Cotton. f/o Henry Cotton, Bio 484, 485, 486. Robert left Kentucky, moved to Indiana, then became one of the earliest settlers of Vermilion County in 1822. Died 2 years after move to Vermilion County leaving a wife and 7 children, with 6th born Henry Cotton only 2 years old.

Cotton, Robert D. 484, 485, 486. d.1888. s/o Henry Cotton and Elizabeth (Getty) Cotton. f/o 2.

Cotton, William T. 484, 485, 486. d.1884. s/o Henry Cotton and Elizabeth (Getty) Cotton. f/o 2.

Cotty, Edward. 575, 576. h/o Margaret (Volentine-correct) Cotty. f/o 8 children, including 5th born Sarah Ann (Cotty) Busby. Cotty), Sarah Ann Busby. 575, 576. b. 1826, fifth born child of 8 to Edward Cotty and Margaret (Volentine-correct) Cotty. w/o Isaac N. Busby. m/o Thomas W. Busby; Alice (Busby) Swisher; Horace C. Busby; Mary L. (Busby) Carrington; Margaret (Busby) Cox; John E. Busby; Ira M. Busby; Carrie (Busby). Sarah was educated in a log schoolhouse. Sarah was 19, and Isaac was 23 when they married. Isaac and Sarah began a series of moves and by 1886, Isaac and Sarah had made their home on 2-1/2 acres in Fairmount near Dr. J. W. Turner. See Biography for story about Isaac and a neighbor (perhaps Dr. Turner) digging potatoes instead of voting.

(Courtney), Ann Kirkhart. 259, 260 d.1882. w/o John Kirkhart. m/o Elizabeth (Kirkhart) Lamb Copeland. Ann died when Elizabeth was 8.

Cowan, (g/n/u). 1106, 1107. h/o Emma (Newlin) Cowan.

Cowan, Rev. Patrick. 634, 635. h/o Lurena (Wilson) Cowan. f/o 9 children, including 8th born Sarah A. (Cowan) Reid. Rev. Cowan was a pioneer preacher of the Methodist Episcopal church in Eastern Illinois.

(Cowan), Melvina Scott. 854, 857. d.1881. Second wife of Thomas Scott. m/o Frank Scott; Winfield Scott; Belle (Scott); Florence A. (Scott) Clowser, deceased.

(Cowan), Sarah A. Reid. 634, 635. d/o Rev. Patrick Cowan and Lurena (Wilson) Cowan. w/o Darius Boswell Reid. m/o Mary L. (Reid) Campbell; Robert J. Reid; James F. Reid; Alex C. Reid; Luranah (Reid).

Coyle, Elizabeth Davis. 682, 683. b.1799.d.1867/68. m/o Irene (Davis) Brewer; Emily (Davis) Wilson; Cynthia A (Davis) Cannon; Diana (Davis) Cannon. Lura (Davis) West; Owen Davis; Mary (Davis) Rice. The Coyles came to Vermilion County in 1832.

(Coyle), Susan Buckler. 1018, 1019. d.1889. w/o Thompson Buckler. m/o Richard Buckler; Jessee Buckler; William Buckler; James Buckler; Albert Buckler; Henry Buckler; John Buckler, deceased; Mary (Buckler) Shields, deceased. Cowling, Edward. 721, 722, 723, 724. h/o Maria (Armstrong) Cowling, died before 1889.

Cox, Abner. 741, 742. s/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

(Cox), Adeline. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

(Cox), Annie D. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox

Cox, Charles. 575, 576. h/o Margaret (Busby) Cox. f/o one child.

Cox, Charles. 741, 742. s/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

Cox, David. 324, 327. s/o Rev. Thomas Cox and Susan (Orr) Cox. h/o Sarah (Bell) Cox. Received farm in Newell Township from his father.

Cox, George. 741, 742. s/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

(Cox), Jane. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

Cox, John. 324, 327. b.1799 d.1846/47 h/o Polly (Markham) Cox. f/o 6 including 4th born Rev. Thomas Cox, Bio 324, 327. John served in the Black Hawk War. He came to Vermilion County in 1829, settling near Danville, where he was a carpenter and farmer.

Cox, John. 724, 725; 754, 755. d.1872. h/o Elizabeth (m/n/u) Cox, died in 1864. f/o Mary (Cox) Huffman.

Cox, Lot. 741, 742. s/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

(Cox), Louisa. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox

Cox), Martha J. Clapp. 324, 327. d/o Rev. Thomas Cox and Susan (Orr) Cox. w/o A. Clapp. Her Newell Township farm was a gift from father, Rev. Cox.

(Cox), Mary Huffman. 724, 725; 754, 755. b. 1831. w/o George D. Huffman. m/o Emily J. (Huffman) Grider; Mary E. (Huffman) Richie; Ellie M. (Huffman). Deceased: John F., Daniel, George D, Edna.

(Cox), Mary Patterson. Bio 742, 743. Born 1823. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox. Married at age 19 in 1842 to Elijah Patterson. m/o George Patterson; Simeon Patterson; Eugene D. Patterson. Ann E. (Patterson); Franklin P. Patterson; Leander Patterson; Louella (Patterson. Deceased as children: John W. and Mary J.

(Cox), Mary Pattison, 497, 498. w/o Elijah Pattison. m/o Emma (Pattison) Healy.

(Cox), Mary Ritchie 570, 571. w/o John Ritchie. m/o Elizabeth Ritchie; Hester A. (Ritchie); Joseph Ritchie; Melinda (Ritchie); John Ritchie; Mary (Ritchie) Falls Mitchell; Eleanor (Mitchell); Edward Mitchell; Jefferson Mitchell; Robert G. Mitchell.

(Cox), Melinda. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

(Cox), Minerva E. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox

(Cox) Nancy Davis. 229, 230, 231. Died 1871. First w/o Henry Davis.

(Cox), Priscilla. 741, 742. d/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

(Cox) Sara A. Jones. 210, 211. b.1834. d.1858/23. First w/o Edmund P. Jones.

Cox. Simeon. 741, 742. h/o Nancy (Mundle) Cox. f/o Charles Cox; Abner Cox; Lot Cox; Thomas Cox; George Cox; Adeline (Cox); Melinda (Cox); Mary (Cox) Patterson b.1823; Jane (Cox); Louisa; Priscilla; Annie D Minerva E. A millwright, Simeon came to Vermilion County in 1823.

Cox, Sullivan. 301, 302, 303. h/o Jemima (Davis) Cox. f/o one child.

Cox, Rev. Thomas Cox. Bio 321, 327. b.1829 s/o John Cox and Polly (Markham) Cox. h/o Susan (Orr) Cox. f/o William L. Cox; Martha J. (Cox) Clapp; David M. Cox. Thomas was 6 weeks old when he arrived in Vermilion County with his family, and 15 years old when his father died. A carpenter, and farmer, he gave part of his 200 acres to each child. He was ordained in 1866 in the "Regular" Baptist Church, preaching in his home or on a circuit. Commissioner of Highways, school treasurer.

Cox, Thomas. 741, 742. s/o Simeon Cox and Nancy (Mundle) Cox.

Cox, Elder W. G. 630, 633. h/o Anna (Worthington) Cox.

Cox, William L. 324, 327. s/o Rev. Thomas Cox and Susan (Orr) Cox. h/o Kate (Robinson) Cox. His farm in Vermilion County was a gift from his father.

(Coyle), Elizabeth Davis. 682, 683. b.1799 d.1867/68. w/o Isaac Davis. m/o Irene (Davis) Brewer; Emily (Davis) Wilson; Cynthia A (Davis) Cannon; Diana (Davis) Cannon. Lura (Davis) West; Owen Davis; Mary (Davis) Rice. Isaac and his family came to Vermilion County in 1832.

(Coyle), Susan Buckler. 1018, 1019. w/o Thompson Buckler. m/o Richard Buckler; Jessee Buckler; William Buckler; James Buckler; Albert Buckler; Henry Buckler; John Buckler, deceased; Mary (Buckler) Shields, deceased. In 1850, the Bucklers left Kentucky and moved to Sugar Creek, Elbridge Township; in 1852 they moved to Grand View Township.

(Cozatt), Jemima Ann Sinkhorn. 323, 324. d.1880. First wife of Andrew J. Sinkhorn.

Cozatt, Perry C. 286. 287. First h/o Ellen (Wood) Cozatt Sperry.

(Cradlebaugh), Barbara Albright. 761, 762. Lived 80 years. w/o George Albright, Jr. m/o David Albright.

Craft, (g/n/u). 369, 370. f/o Rebecca (Craft) Salladay.

(Craft), Rebecca Salladay. 369, 370. d.1833. d/o (g/n/u) Craft. First wife of George Salliday. m/o John C. Salliday; second son, not identified.

Craig, (g/n/u). 310 lived 102 years. A Methodist Episcopal minister.

(Craig), Amanda F. Snowden. 309, 310. d/o Olando Whitney Craig and Maria (Bellis) Craig. w/o Benjamin Franklin Snowden. m/o John W. Snowden; Thomas J. Snowden; Martha M. (Snowden) Young; Annie Laura (Snowden); William M. Snowden; Lena Rivers (Snowden); Joshua H.Snowden; Mary E. (Snowden); Nora A. (Snowden). Deceased children: Nancy B., Maggie I., Algan. Amanda had been a teacher.

Craig, Daniel. 829, 830. s/o Thomas Craig and Mary (Saylor) Craig. A bachelor, Daniel spent most of his time "traveling around among relatives."

(Craig), Eliza J. 309, 310. d/o Olando Whitney Craig and Maria (Bellis) Craig.

Craig, Henry. 829, 830. s/o Thomas Craig and Mary (Saylor) Craig. Henry died in the Civil War.

Craig, Henry S. 829, 830. s/o William Craig, Sr. and Jane E. (Seales) Craig. Henry was unmarried and lived with his parents.

Craig, John T. 309, 310. s/o Olando Whitney Craig and Maria (Bellis) Craig. h/o Sarah H. (Suddeth) Craig, deceased. John fought in the Union Army, while brother William fought in the Confederate Army. 947, 948.

(Craig), Mary E. 309, 310. d/o Olando Whitney Craig and Maria (Bellis) Craig.

(Craig) Mary J. Baum. 200. d/o William Craig and Emily (Vanderin) Craig. w/o Charles M. Baum. m/o Grace (Baum); Ernest Baum; Katie (Baum); Charles Baum; Frank Baum.

Craig, Olando Whitney. 309, 310 b.1808. d.1848/40. s/o William Craig. h/o Maria (Bellis) Craig. f/o William T. Craig, a Confederate soldier; Amanda F. (Craig) Snowden; Eliza J. (Craig); John T. Craig, a Union soldier; Mary E. (Craig); Sarah E. (Craig). Olando was an early Methodist Episcopal minister in Kentucky.

(Craig), Olethia M. 829, 830. d/o William Craig, Jr. and Sarah J. (Zimmerman) Craig.

Craig, Samuel. 829, 830. s/o Thomas Craig and Mary (Saylor) Craig. A resident of Nebraska.

(Craig), Sarah E. 30, 310. d/o Olando Whitney Craig and Maria (Bellis) Craig.

(Craig), Susan M. Sherman. 829, 830. d/o William Craig, Sr. and Jane E. (Seales) Craig. w/o Morey L. Sherman of Oklahoma. m/o Amanda (Sherman); William L. Sherman; Estella A. (Sherman); Clara B. (Sherman); Horace C. Sherman; twins Owen Sherman and Edgar Sherman, residents of Oklahoma

Craig, T. B. 422, 423. h/o Rocella J. (Stearns) Craig. f/o 5 children.

Craig, Thomas, Sr. 829, 830. h/o Mary (Saylor) Craig. f/o 10 children, 4 living: Samuel Craig; Daniel Craig; Thomas Craig; William Craig, Sr, Bio 829, 830; Henry Craig, died in the Civil War. Thomas arrived in Illinois in 1835, and his first land consisted of 180 acres. His holdings eventually grew to 1,200 acres, with 180 acres, occupied by son William.

Craig, Thomas, Jr. 829, 830. s/o Thomas Craig and Mary (Saylor) Craig. Thomas lived in Thomas County, Kansas.

Craig, William. 200. h/o Emily (Vanderin) Craig. f/o Mary J. (Craig) Baum.

Craig, William. 309, 310. f/o Olando Whitney Craig.

Craig, William A. 829, 830. s/o William Craig, Jr. and Sarah J. (Zimmerman) Craig.

Craig, William T. 309, 310. s/o Olando Whitney Craig and Maria (Bellis) Craig. William served with the Confederate Army, while brother John served in the Union Army.

Craig, William, Sr. Bio 829, 830. 477, 478. b.1824. s/o Thomas Craig and Mary (Saylor) Craig. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Susan M. (Hall) Craig. d.1855. m/o 1 child, name not included. (Wife #2) Jane E. (Seales) Craig. m/o Susan M. (Craig) Sherman; William Craig, Jr.; Henry S. Craig. William arrived in Illinois at age 11 in 1835. At age 19, in 1843, he worked the Wisconsin lead mines in the winter, and broke prairie land in the summer. He later acquired part of his father's original land including the first 180 acres. William traveled extensively.

Craig, William, Jr. 829, 830. s/o William Craig, Sr. and Jane E. (Seales) Craig. h/o Sarah J. (Zimmerman) Craig. f/o Olethea M. (Craig); William A. Craig. William and his family lived at the old homestead.

Crandal, James R. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

(Crandall), Bessie. 949, 950. d/o Eugene B. Crandall and Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

(Crandall), Clara L. 949, 950. d/o Eugene B. Crandall and Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

(Crandall), Ethel. 949, 950. d/o Eugene B. Crandall and Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

Crandall, Eugene B. Bio 949, 950. b.1849. s/o John Crandall and Louisa (Cassaday) Crandall. h/o Lydia (Becker) Crandall. f/o Fred Crandall; Bessie (Crandall); Gertrude (Crandall); Ethel (Crandall); Clara L. (Crandall); Nellie (Crandall). As a boy, Eugene worked all the farm chores, with school in winter. In 1870, at age 21, he started on his own, farming on rented land. He acquired 80 acres in Shiloh Township, 9-1/2 miles from Paris, Illinois, at $70 per acre. He raised grain for his stock, and some of the land was rented. He also operated 110 acres using 3 teams. In the fall, he operated a steam thresher. Eugene was active in local affairs, and was a constable for a year.

Crandall, Frank. 949, 950. s/o John Crandall and Louisa (Cassaday) Crandall. Residents of Grand View Township.

(Crandall), Gertrude. 949, 950. d/o Eugene B. Crandall and Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

Crandall, John. 949, 950. d.1882. h/o Louisa (Cassaday) Crandall. f/o Eugene B. Crandall, Bio 949, 950; Frank Crandall; DeWitt Crandall, died at age 8. Leaving New York, John went to Whiteside County, Illinois. A Quaker, he sold clocks, worked in the patent right business, and traveled a lot. He moved to Sims Township in Edgar County and rented until 1864, then purchased 40 acres of forest in Grandview Township.

Crandall, Fred. 949, 950. s/o Eugene B. Crandall and Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

(Crandall), Nellie. 949, 950. d/o Eugene B. Crandall and Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

Crane (g/n/u) 349, 350, 351. Born and died in England. Lived 96 years. At 84, Mr. Crane made a 2-year trip to Canada to see his son, John Crane, and then to Illinois to see his grandson, John S. Crane.

(Crane), Alfaretta. 196, 197 b.1872. d/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

(Crane), Anna M. 196, 197. b.1885. d/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

(Crane), Caroline Milligan. 349, 350, 351. d/o John S. Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. w/o John Milligan, a grain dealer in Rossville, Vermilion County.

Crane, Charles. 349, 350, 351 s/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. Charles was president of the Wood Growers Association in Kanosh, Utah. At 17, Charles joined the 40th Indiana Infantry, then the 63rd Indiana Infantry. After the war, he was a government messenger on supply trains to the south. When Charles was living in Lafayette, Indiana, his brother, James Crane, died at Charles home.

Crane, Charles G. 349, 350, 351. s/o John S. Crane and Eliza (Garwood) Crane.

(Crane), Clara McKendrick. 349, 350, 351. Died before 1889. d/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. w/o James McKendrick of Canada. m/o 4 children.

Crane, Cyrus. 196, 197. s/o Joel Crane and Elizabeth (Jenkins) Crane. Lived in Kansas.

(Crane), Edith Hoover. 349, 350, 351. d/o John S. Crane and Eliza (Garwood) Crane. w/o H. A. Hoover. They lived in Iowa.

Crane, Elmer E. 196, 197. 340, 341. b.1865. s/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane. h/o Olive (Keplinger) Crane. f/o 2 children. Residents of Nebraska. Note: in the biography of her father, Thomas Keplinger, 340, 341, Olive was listed as "Allie" (Keplinger). Crane, George. 349, 350, 351 s/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. George was a painter and plumber in London, and then a farmer in Utah.

Crane, Harry. 349, 350, 351 s/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. Harry was a builder and carpenter in Canada.

Crane, James. 349, 350, 351 s/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. A Union man in New Orleans, James escaped but died at brother Charles home in Lafayette, Indiana, before he could reach Canada.

Crane, Joel. 196. b.1817. h/o Elizabeth (Jenkins) Crane, f/o Oliver Harrison Crane; Lewis Crane; Cyrus Crane.

Crane, John. 349, 350, 351. Born in England. Lived 89 years. s/o (g/n/u) Crane who lived to age 96. h/o Mary (Girling) Crane. f/o 9 children, 6 living: Harry Crane; George Crane; William Crane; Caroline (Crane) Milligan; Charles Crane; John S. Crane, Bio 349, 350, 351. Deceased children: Clara (Crane) McKendrick; James Crane; Adaline (Crane) died on the voyage to America and was buried at sea. The family moved to Gault, Ontario Canada. John was a shoemaker.

Crane, John N. 196,197. b.1867. s/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

Crane, John S. Bio 349, 350, 351. b.1828 in England. s/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. h/o Eliza (Garwood) Crane, married in England. f/o Oscar G. Crane; Edith (Crane) Hoover; Charles G. Crane; Adeline (Crain) died at age 3. John was a shoemaker in England. In 1852, he emigrated to Canada with his parents, 1867 moved to Grant Township, Illinois, to 217 acres.

Crane, Lewis 196, 197. s/o Joel Crane and Elizabeth (Jenkins) Crane. Residents of Missouri.

(Crane), Lillian L. 196, 197. b. 1870. d/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

(Crane), Mary A. 196, 197. b.1879. d/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane. Crane, Morris. 196, 197. b.1876 s/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

Crane, Oliver Harrison. Bio 196, 197. b.1841. s/o Joel Crane and Elizabeth (Jenkins) Crane. h/o Charlotte (Bowling) Crane. f/o Elmer E. Crane; John N. Crane; Lillian L. (Crane); Alfaretta (Crane); Winifred (Crane); Morris Crane; Mary A. (Crane); Perry D. Crane; Anna M. (Crane). In 1859 at age 18, Oliver left home and went to Vermilion County to be in charge of land his father, Joel Crane, had purchased from the Government for $1.25 per acre. Oliver boarded with a neighbor until 1861 and put up a house for his bride. At that time, the nearest neighbor was 15 miles away.

Crane, Oscar G. 349, 350, 351 s/o John S. Crane and Eliza (Garwood) Crane. Resident of Rossville, Vermilion County.

Crane, Perry D. 196,197. b.1883. s/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

Crane, William. 349, 350, 351 s/o John Crane and Mary (Girling) Crane. William was a carpenter and builder in Canada.

(Crane), Winifred L. 196, 197 b.1873. d/o Oliver Harrison Crane and Charlotte (Bowling) Crane.

Cranson, Joel. 239, 240 d.1875. h/o Rhoda (Gray) Cranson. f/o John B. Cranson and 5 other children, including two unnamed daughters who lived and worked with son John B.

Cranson, John B. Bio 239, 240. b.1837. s/o Joel Cranson and Rhoda (Gray) Cranson. John served with Co. B 29th Indiana Infantry, as Orderly Sergeant under Gen. McCook; injured in service. John raised Jersey and Shorthorn cattle and about 800 chickens per year. A bachelor, John had many business interests such as a tinsmith, lumber business, and in livestock. He lived with his two sisters, names not included, who operated together with John in a chicken business.

(Cravens, Caroline Dunavan. 567, 568. w/o Anderson J. Dunavan. m/o 3 children.

Crawford, Abel. 888, 889. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Mary (Newland) Crawford. m/o 4 sons, Herod N. Crawford the youngest. (Wife #2) Mary (Pierce) Crawford. No children from this marriage. Abel took produce from Pennsylvania to New Orleans by flatboat. The produce sold, he returned by horseback or on foot to Pennsylvania. He moved to Kentucky, then Ohio, settling among the Indians, and hewed a farm out of the wilderness.

Crawford, Abel. 888, 889. Died at age 48. s/o Herod N. Crawford and first wife Margaret (Arthur) Crawford.

(Crawford), Ann M. Dicken. 548, 549 d.1874. d/o William Crawford. First wife of David S. Dicken. m/o Ida M. (Dicken) Chesley; Ellie R. (Dicken) Hinshaw; Mark L. Dicken.

Crawford, Benjamin. 417, 418. s/o Josiah Crawford and Hannah (Watkins) Crawford.

Crawford, C. R. 232, 235. h/o Ivy (Holloway) Crawford.

(Crawford), Caroline Oliver. 888, 889. d/o Herod N. Crawford and first wife, Margaret (Arthur) Crawford. w/o James Oliver. Residents of Paris Township.

Crawford, Herod N. Bio 888, 889. b.1811. s/o Abel Crawford and Mary (Newland) Crawford. Husband of two women, who were sisters: (Wife #1) Margaret (Arthur) Crawford. m/o Mary (Crawford) Sidenbender; Caroline (Crawford) Oliver; Joseph Crawford; Abel Crawford, died at age 48. (Wife #2) Mary (Arthur) Crawford. No children. Herod was only 8 when his mother died in 1819. Herod moved to Edgar County in 1855 and purchased 350 acres. The property had a little old farmhouse and nothing else. All that changed in time.

(Crawford) Hester A. Rickart 417, 418. b.1836. d/o Josiah Crawford and Hannah (Watkins) Crawford. w/o Wilson V. Rickart. m/o Hattie J. (Rickart) Lane; Ella V. (Rickart); Emma C. (Rickart, died at 6.

Crawford, Joseph. 888, 889. s/o Herod N. Crawford and first wife Margaret (Arthur) Crawford. Resident of Paris Township.

Crawford, Josiah. 417, 418. s/o William Crawford. h/o Hannah (Watkins) Crawford. f/o 10 children, 5 living: Sarah J. (Crawford) Lane; William Crawford; Hester A. (Crawford) Rickart; Benjamin Crawford; Mary L. (Crawford) Blankenship. Deceased: Minerva (Crawford) died at 14; Samuel Crawford; James Crawford, Elmira (Crawford) Lucinda (Crawford).

(Crawford), Lucy Andrews. 881, 882. w/o Francis M. Andrews. m/o 6 children: Lizzie B. (Andrews); Trevor C. Andrews; Edna (Andrews); Clara M. (Andrews); Clarence E. Andrews; Howard M. Andrews. Resident of Buck Township.

(Crawford), Mary L. Blankenship. 417, 418. d/o Josiah Crawford and Hannah (Watkins) Crawford. w/o William Blankenship.

(Crawford), Mary Sidenbender. 888, 889. d/o Herod N. Crawford and first wife, Margaret (Arthur) Crawford. w/o Samuel Sidenbender.

(Crawford), Sarah J. Lane. 417, 418. d/o Josiah Crawford and Hannah (Watkins) Crawford. w/o Vinton Lane.

Crawford, Thomas J. 847, 848. h/o Della (Allen) Crawford.

Crawford, William. 417, 418. f/o Josiah Crawford. William served in the War of 1812.

Crawford, William. 417, 418. s/o Josiah Crawford and Hannah (Watkins) Crawford.

Crawford, William. 548, 549. f/o Ann M. (Crawford) Dicken. William was an early settler.

(Creach), Artie A. Ward. 1028, 1029. w/o David Ward. m/o John L. (or G.) Ward; Joseph B. Ward; Thomas Franklin Ward; Sadie (Ward); Otis B. Ward; Emma (Ward).

(Cregor), Ann Collins. 566. Born in Ireland in 1833. w/o John Collins, also from Ireland. m/o Richard Collins, deceased; John Collins; Dennis Collins; Michael Collins; Mary (Collins) Brown; Daniel Collins; Bridget (Collins); Juliana (Collins) Margaret (Collins); Ann (Collins).

(Crices), Emily Baldwin, 214, 215, 216. w/o Charles M. Baldwin. m/o one child.

Crigler, (g/n/u). 947, 948. Second husband of Leanna (Young) Suddeth Crigler.

(Crimmins), Anna. 1066, 1067. d/o Robert Emmet Crimmins and Parthenia (Horne) Crimmins

(Crimmins), Ginevra. 1066, 1067. d/o Robert Emmet Crimmins and Parthenia (Horne) Crimmins

(Crimmins), Hanora or Honora Stunkard 1066, 1067. 712. d/o Morgan Crimmins and Ellen (Eager) Crimmins. w/o Samuel Stunkard. Samuel was the brother of Ella (Stunkard) Crimmins. Ella married John M. Crimmins, brother of Honora.

(Crimmins), Harriet E. 1066, 1067. d/o Robert Emmet Crimmins and Parthenia (Horne) Crimmins

Crimmins, Jeremiah. 1066, 1067. 712. s/o Morgan Crimmins and Ellen (Eager) Crimmins. h/o Lydia (Stringer) Crimmins. f/o two children. Jeremiah was in charge of the old homestead, and lived there.

Crimmins, John M. Bio.712. 1066, 1067. b. 1858. s/o Morgan Crimmins and Ellen (Eager) Crimmins. h/o Ella (Stunkard) Crimmons. No children mentioned. Ella was the sister of Samuel Stunkard who married John's sister, Honora (Stunkard) Crimmins. John was the senior partner of Crimmins & Buchanan, livery men of Sidell, also in sales of feed and a livery stable. John was an extensive reader.

(Crimmins), Margaret or Maggie Ramsey. 1066, 1067. 712. d/o Morgan Crimmins and Ellen (Eager) Crimmins. w/o Thomas Ramsey. m/o 3 children.

(Crimmins), Mary E. 1066, 1067. d/o Robert Emmet Crimmins and Parthenia (Horne) Crimmins

Crimmins, Morgan. 1066, 1067; 712. b.1820 in Ireland d.1889/69. h/o Ellen (Eager) Crimmins. f/o Robert Emmet Crimmins, Bio 1066, 1067; Honora or Hanora (Crimmins) Stunkard; Jeremiah Crimmins; John M. Crimmins Bio 712; Maggie or Margaret (Crimmins) Ramsey. A few days after their marriage, Morgan and Ellen sailed for America. For a year, Morgan worked as a farm hand in Massachusetts for Col. Woodbury. The next move was to Green County, Ohio and 40 acres. In 1856 they moved to "Patch Grove," Illinois, now known as Hume, and there rented the Jeff Bunton place for one year. 1859, they moved to 82 acres in Vermilion County near Sidell. They had arrived wholly without means, but became well-to-do. Morgan sent money back to 3 relatives and 3 friends in Ireland for passage to America.

Crimmins, Robert. 1066, 1067. Born in Ireland. f/o Morgan Crimmins.

Crimmins, Robert Emmet Bio 1066, 1067. 712. b.1853. s/o Morgan Crimmins and Ellen (Eager) Crimmins. h/o Parthenia (Horne) Crimmins. f/o Anna (Crimmins); Ginevra (Crimmins); Harriet E (Crimmins); Mary E (Crimmins); unnamed infant. Robert was Postmaster of Hildreth, and Supervisor of Young America Township where he had a home and 3 lots. Robert was a grain buyer.

(Crockard), Mary Voorhes, 388, 389. w/o Andrew W. Voorhes. m/o 12 children, 5 sons, 7 daughters, including 4th born son Albert Voorhes.

(Crocker), Zernah McCulloch. 878, 879. Second wife of Otis McCulloch. Zernah lived only 4 years after her marriage to Otis McCulloch.

Cromer, Alba. 713, 714. s/o John C. Cromer and Estella (Honeywell) Cromer. Alba was named after his grandfather, Alba Honeywell.

Cromer, Francis. 344, 347. h/o Isabelle (m/n/u) Cromer. f/o Mary J. (Cromer) Giddings.

Cromer, John C. 713, 714. h/o Estella (Honeywell) Cromer. f/o Alba Cromer.

(Cromer) Mary J. Giddings. 344, 347. b.1859 d.1833/24. d/o Francis Cromer and Isabelle (m/n/u) Cromer. First w/o Albert Giddings.

Cromwell, Dr. Edward. 732, 733, 734. 715, 716. Died before 1889. h/o Rebecca Bruce (Lamon or Lemon) Cromwell, also deceased. f/o Edwilda A. (Cromwell) Fithian Sconce Evans. Dr. Cromwell practiced in Kentucky, and died when Edwilda was an infant.

(Cromwell, Edwilda A. Fithian Sconce Evans. 732, 733, 734. b.1838. Wife of three men: (Husband #1) George Fithian. f/o Will E. Fithian of San Antonio, Texas. (Husband #2) Lafayette H. Sconce. Mr. Sconce died soon after their marriage. (Husband #3) Hon David D. Evans. f/o Lloyd Cromwell Evans, died at age 8; Ruth Edwilda (Evans), died in infancy; Waldo Carl Evans.

(Cronkhite), Clarinda Stearns. 452, 453. Third wife of Calvin Stearns. m/o William C. Stearns; Lilley M. (Stearns).

(Cronkhite), Emma Kent. 679. d/o Hosa Cronkhite and Elenor (Garrettson) Cronkhite. w/o W. W. Kent. m/o Perrine (Kent). Claudie, Clarence, Stella, Grace and Inez died young.

Cronkhite, Francis. 452, 453. h/o Mary H. (Stearns) Cronkhite. f/o 5 children. Note: Connection unknown between Francis Cronkhite and his wife's stepmother Clarinda (Cronkhite) Stearns.

Cronkhite, Hosa. 679. h/o Elenor (Garrettson) Cronkhite. f/o Emma (Cronkite) Kent.

(Cronkhite), Mary A. Tillotson. 318; 706, 707; 755, 756, 759 b.1816 w/o Ephraim Buell Tillotson. m/o 12, 9 surviving: Sarah A .(Tillotson) Foster; Rebecca (Tillotson) Butts or Buettz; James Madison Tillotson; Buell Tillotson, Bio 706, 707 and also 755, 756, 759; Walter B. Tillotson; Frances (Tillotson) Knight; William M. Tillotson; Mary A. (Tillotson) Henry; Luther Tillotson, Bio 318, 319.

Crook, Bennet B. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Cross, Charles E. 633, 634. s/o Ethan O. Cross and Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross.

(Cross), Elizabeth Almira Rowand. 633, 634. d/o Ethan O. Cross and Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross. w/o John F. Rowand. m/o John F. Rowand, Jr.; Jennie E. (Rowand); Charles D. Rowand; Hattie M. (Rowand).

Cross, Ethan O. 633, 634. 727, 728. b.1834.d.1881/47. h/o Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross. f/o Charles E. Cross; Elizabeth Almira (Cross) Rowand; Sarah Matilda (Cross); Frank Cross, died at 2 months; Fanny B. (Cross); Jennie S. (Cross); Bessie (Cross), died at 1 year; Nettie Adelaide (Cross). Ethan arrived in Illinois in 1862.

(Cross), Fanny B. 633, 634. d/o Ethan O. Cross and Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross.

(Cross), Harriet Baum. 1070, 1071. b.1814. w/o Henry Baum. m/o Mary (Baum) McBeth; Rachel (Baum) Cornell; Belle (Baum) Stigers; Charles S. Baum; Adam P. Baum; John Clay Baum; Martha M. (Baum) McCarthy; Z. T. Baum, Bio 1070, 1071.

(Cross), Jennie S. 633, 634. d/o Ethan O. Cross and Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross.

(Cross), Nettie Adelaide. 633, 634. d/o Ethan O. Cross and Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross.

(Cross), Sarah Matilda. 633, 634. d/o Ethan O. Cross and Nancy Ann (Webster) Cross.

Crosser, Jacob. 743, 744. f/o Ossie (Crosser) Thompson.

(Crosser), Ossie Thompson. 743, 744. d/o Jacob Crosser. w/o Samuel Thompson. m/o Sylvanus Thompson; Sylvester Thompson; Flora (Thompson); Charlie Thompson; Dora (Thompson); Amanda (Thompson); William C. Thompson.

(Crouch), (g/n/u). Northington 478, 479. w/o (g/n/u) Northington. m/o Julia (Northington) Cloyd.

Crow, Samuel. 643, 644. Partner with William Vest Winters and Benjamin Macklin in a threshing business for 20 years using a Rumley Steam Threshing outfit.

(Crow), Sarah Suddeth. 947, 948. w/o John Y. Suddeth. m/o 12 children, 7 living: Walter Suddeth; Benjamin Suddeth; Matilda (Suddeth) Whalen; William Suddeth; Alonzo Suddeth; Margaret (Suddeth) Darby; Otis Suddeth. Five deceased: Letitia (Suddeth); Garrett Suddeth; Sarah H. (Suddeth) Craig; John Suddeth; Emma Suddeth. John's father died when John was a child, his mother remarried but her second husband didn't live long. Then his mother made her home with John and Sarah.

Crowther, Edward. 1042, 1043. Born in England. h/o Elizabeth (m/n/u) Crowther, also born in England. f/o Mary J. (Crowther) Cusick. Edward was a mechanical engineer, who enjoyed his farm in Clark County.

(Crowther), Mary J. Cusick. 1042, 1043. d/o Edward and Elizabeth Crowther. w/o John T. Cusick. m/o Myrtle E. (Cusick); Mattie E. (Cusick); Hortensia (Cusick); Maudie E. (Cusick).

Cruder, Isaac. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Cruikshank, Dr. (g/n/u). 919, 920. f/o Fidelia (Cruikshank) Danton Millikin. Dr. Cruikshank practiced along the Indiana and Ohio borders.

(Cruikshank), Fidelia Danton Millikin, 919, 920. Died 1859. d/o Dr. Cruikshank. Third wife of Thomas B. Millikin. Fidelia is remembered with great love and fondness for her care in raising stepson Andrew Millikin from age 8 until her death. Perhaps this was because the first stepmother may have been a disaster. No mention is made of Fidelia's first husband, Mr. Danton. Fidelia had taught school, and had witnessed the horrors of slavery in Kentucky.

(Crull), Asenath Ross. 903, 904, 907. Died 1866. d/o William Crull. First wife of William Ross. m/o Rebecca (Ross) Brinkerhoff; Henry Ross, Bio 819, 820; Rhoda (Ross) Smith, deceased; Lewis C Ross; Elmira (Ross) Julian; Philetta (Ross) Hildreth, deceased; William Ross; Elizabeth (Ross) Reed, deceased, whose 4 children made their home with William; Asenath (Ross) Reed; one child died in infancy.

Crull, William. 903, 904, 907. f/o Asenath (Crull) Ross.

Crumbaugh, Andrew J. 961. 1001, 1002. h/o Mary F. (Shank) Crumbaugh. f/o Eddie Crumbaugh; Clara (Crumbaugh. Note: Relationship not included between Andrew J. and Mary's grandmother, Barbara (Crumbaugh) Shank.

(Crumbaugh), Barbara A. Shank. 961. 1001, 1002. w/o Henry Shank. m/o 7 children, including George H. Shank. Note: Relationship not included between Barbara and Andrew J. Crumbaugh, the husband of grandaughter Mary (Shank) Crumbaugh.

(Crumbaugh), Clara. 961. d/o A. J. Crumbaugh and Mary F. (Shank) Crumbaugh.

Crumbaugh, Eddie. 961. s/o A. J. Crumbaugh and Mary F. (Shank) Crumbaugh.

Crumm, Jonathan. 858, 859. h/o Margaret (Mayo) Crumm. f/o Margaret E. (Crumm); Susan C. (Crumm) Westbrook.

(Crumm), Margaret E. 858, 859. d/o Jonathan Crumm and Margaret (Mayo) Crumm. For 22 years, Margaret was part of sister Susan's family.

(Crumm), Susan C. Westbrook. 858, 859. d/o Jonathan Crumm and Margaret (Mayo) Crumm. Second wife of John Westbrook. m/o Walter B. Westbrook; Mary F. (Westbrook). Deceased children: Minnie died age 5; Scott died at 8 months; Joanna died at 5 years. Susan's sister, Margaret T. (Crumm) was a member of Susan's family for 22 years.

(Cruze), Phebe Chambers. 974, 977. w/o David Chambers. m/o 8 children including 5th born George W. Chambers. Born in England and came to Pennsylvania with her parents when she was a child.

Cryder, John. 1008, 1009. Deceased. h/o Angeline (Stewart) Cryder.

(Culbertson), Amanda Grace 812, 813, 814. 579, 580. d/o James Culbertson and Sarah (Weaver) Culbertson Ranney. w/o (g/n/u) Grace. Amanda raised her half sister Sarah (Ranney) Matkins. 579, 580 lists the Culbertsons as "Cuthbertson," the Ranneys as "Raney", and the Matkins as "Matkin."

Culbertson, Charles. 812, 813, 814. Third cousin of William G. Culbertson. Charles was a famous stock raiser of Newman, Illinois.

Culbertson, Edward. 812, 813, 814. 579, 580. s/o James Culbertson and Sarah (Weaver) Culbertson Ranney. Edward enlisted to fight in the Mexican War, the same day as his stepfather, William Ranney, enlisted. William died in the war. 579, 580 lists the Culbertsons as "Cuthbertson," the Ranneys as "Raney."

Culbertson, James, Sr. 812, 813, 814. Born in Scotland. f/o James Culbertson. James was a pioneer of Washington Settlement near Maysville, Kentucky.

Culbertson, James, Jr. 812, 813, 814. 579, 580. s/o James Culbertson of Scotland. First husband of Sarah (Weaver) Culbertson Ranney. f/o William Culbertson, Bio 812, 813, 814; Edward Culbertson; Amanda (Culbertson) Grace. James was a saddler. 579, 580 lists the Culbertsons as "Cuthbertson," the Ranneys as "Raney."

(Culbertson), Josephine Black Fithian. 666, 667. 739, 740. d.1886. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) John Black, a Presbyterian minister. f/o four, General John Charles Black the oldest. Josephine moved to Danville in 1847, after husband John died. (Note: Josephine's name found in biography of her son, General John C. Black, not in the Vermilion book). (Husband #2) Dr. William Fithian. Josephine, the third wife of Dr. Fithian, died after 16 years of marriage to Dr. Fithian. Note: Dr. Fithian's Bio, 739, 740, does not include Josephine's maiden name.

Culbertson, William G. Bio 812, 813, 814. 579, 580. b.1817. s/o James Culbertson and Sarah (Weaver) Culbertson Ranney. h/o Nancy (Ledgerwood) Culbertson. No children listed, although reference was made to a family. At age 6 or 7, William moved from Kentucky to Franklin County, Indiana, but in a few years he returned to Kentucky and lived with his grandfather, Phillip Weaver. On his own, he secured a practical education, as opposed to a classical education. He moved to Illinois in 1836, then in 1847 to Sims Township. His first home was a log cabin with a double wall. There were many prairie wolves. His holdings grew from 160 acres to 662 acres. He raised the first short horn cattle, imported Norman horses and first southdown sheep. William was the third cousin of Charles Culbertson, a famous stock raiser of Newman, Illinois. William's 1889 home was elaborate. 579, 580 lists the Culbertsons as "Cuthbertson," the Ranneys as "Raney."

Culver, A. J. 1080, 1081. h/o Sarah (Heffelfinger) Culver. f/o Clinton Culver. A.J. was a mechanic in San Diego, California.

Culver, Clinton. 1080, 1081. s/o A. J. Culver and Sarah (Heffelfinger) Culver.

Cummings, Marshal. 434, 435. h/o Minerva (Porter) Cummings. f/o 4 children. Marshall was a contractor.

(Cummings), Patsy Spry, 399, 400, 401. b.1816. d/1851/45. w/o David Spry. m/o 12 children, 9 survived: Catherine (Spry) Parish; Joseph W. Spry; Hester (Spry) Hughes; Nancy A. (Spry) Carruthers; Judia (Spry) Lowe; Carolyn (Spry) Hunt; George M. Spry, Bio 399, 400, 401.

(Cummins), Angeline Smith. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. Twin of Evangeline (Cummins) Stubbs. w/o Julian Smith.

(Cummins), Elizabeth Stubbs. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o E. Stubbs. Note: Elizabeth and sister Evangeline married men named Stubbs. No connection included.

(Cummins), Eunice Davis. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o B. Davis. Note: Eunice and sister Julia married men named Davis. No connection included.

(Cummins), Evangeline Stubbs. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. Twin of Angeline (Cummins) Smith. w/o William Stubbs. Note: Evangeline and sister Elizabeth married men named Stubbs. No connection included.

(Cummins), Jane Reines. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o William Reines.

Cummins, John. Portrait 786. Bio 787, 788. b.1805. h/o Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. f/o Joseph and Margaret, deceased; Robert Cummins; Mary (Cummins) Reines; Eunice (Cummins) Davis; Julia (Cummins) Davis; William Cummins; Leanah (Cummins) Cummins (correct); Elizabeth Cummins) Stubbs, deceased; Evangeline (Cummins) Stubbs; Angeline (Cummins) Smith; Nancy (Cummins) Gross. Angeline and Evangeline were twins. John's first land of 1830 was a tract of government land. He retired from farming in 1877, but retained 220 acres. John served in the Black Hawk War, and was present at the Battle of Bad Axe.

Cummins, Joseph. 867, 868. h/o Mary (Chapman) Cummins. Residents of Jasper County.

(Cummins), Julia Davis. 787, 788. Julia and husband deceased. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o George Davis. Note: Julia and sister Eunice married men named Davis. No connection included.

(Cummins), Leanah Cummins (correct). 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o Robert Cummins.

(Cummins), Mary Beckman. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o C. Beckman.

(Cummins), Nancy Gross. 787, 788. d/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. w/o Taylor Gross.

Cummins, Robert. 787, 788. s/o John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. Robert was a farmer.

Cummins, Robert, 787, 788. h/o Leanah Cummins (correct). No information included on the connection between Robert and his brother-in-law, Robert Cummins, of the same name.

Cummins, William. 787, 788. Son of John Cummins and Nancy (Chapman) Cummins. William was a farmer in Kansas.

(Cumpton), Lydia Ogden. 776, 777, 778. Lydia died in Kentucky. w/o Stephen Ogden. m/o Jessee Ogden.

(Cundiff), Elizabeth. 696, 697. d/o Isaac M. Cundiff and Martha A. (Ross) Cundiff.

Cundiff, Isaac M. 696, 697. h/o Martha A. (Ross) Cundiff. f/o L. Lester Cundiff; Orville Cundiff; Elizabeth (Cundiff). The Cundiffs lived in Nebraska.

Cundiff, L. Lester. 696, 697. s/o Isaac M. Cundiff and Martha A. (Ross) Cundiff.

Cundiff, Orville. 696, 697. s/o Isaac M. Cundiff and Martha A. (Ross) Cundiff.

(Cunnigan), Mary Snyder. 476, 477. w/o Wesley Snyder. m/o 7 children

(Cunningham), Alice. 249, 250. d/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

Cunningham, David. 669, 670. h/o Mary (Current) Cunningham.

Cunningham, Hezkiah. 382, 383. h/o Mary (Alexander) Cunningham. f/o Sarah M. (Cunningham) Davis.

Cunningham, Hiram Way. 662, 663. Second husband of wife, name unknown, the widow of Corydon Sheldon. f/o 9 children including Olive M. (Cunningham) Fisher; Joseph Oscar Cunningham, a leading lawyer in Urbana, Illinois.

Cunningham, Irwin. 249, 250. s/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

Cunnigham, James. 249, 250. h/o Mary (Andrews) Cunningham. f/o 4 children, including 3rd born, William O. Cunningham.

Cunningham, James. 249, 250. s/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

Cunningham, Joseph Oscar. 662, 663. s/o Hiram Way Cunningham and wife, name unknown. Joseph was a leading lawyer in Urbana, Illinois.

(Cunningham), Josie Brooks. 557, 558. w/o John P. Brooks. m/o Clara (Brooks); Bobbie Brooks; Elsie (Brooks).

(Cunningham), Mary Young. 555, 556. w/o Noah Young.

(Cunningham), Melinda Chandler, 746, 747. 764, 765. d.1863. d/o William Cunningham and Mary (m/n/u) Cunningham. w/o William Chandler. m/o Mary G. (Chandler) Claypool; Emma Ann (Chandler) Hoover; Rosetta C. (Chandler); William J. Chandler. Laura E. (Chandler) Hicks.

(Cunningham), Minnie. 249, 250. d/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

(Cunningham), Olive M. Fisher. 662, 663. d/o Hiram Way Cunningham and wife, name not included. w/o Robert Fisher. m/o Myra (Fisher) Forbes; Foster Forbes, died as infant; Hiram Way Fisher; Frank S. Fisher; Emma D. (Fisher).Olive lived with daughter Myra after Robert died in 1876.

Cunningham, Porter. 249, 250. s/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

Cunningham, Roy. 249, 250. s/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

(Cunningham), Sarah M. Davis, 382, 383. b.1827. d/o Hezekiah Cunningham and Mary (Alexander) Cunningham. w/o Judge Oliver Lowndes Davis. m/o 10 children, 6 living: Mary (Davis) Palmer; Lucy (Davis) Mann; Jennie (Davis) Milliken; Nellie (Davis); Henry Harmon Davis; Fannie E. (Davis).

(Cunningham), Sophia. 249, 250. d/o William O. Cunningham and Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham.

Cunningham, W. T. 715, 716. h/o Lucy A. (Lamon) Cunningham, died before 1889.

Cunningham, William O. Bio 249, 250. b.1838. Third born child and s/o James Cunningham and Mary (Andrews) Cunningham. h/o Mary J. (Chandler) Cunningham. f/o Irwin Cunningham; Alice (Cunningham); James Cunningham; Porter Cunningham; Sophia (Cunningham); Minnie (Cunningham); Roy Cunningham. To earn money, young William traveled to Nebraska, then to California, and back to Nebraska. He invested $1,200 to purchase his father's 200 acre farm, then a 556 acres worth at least $70 per acre. William raised Cotswald and Shropshire sheep, and fine horses. Disabled, didn't join the Union Army.

Cunningham William. 313, 317 h/o Orrie Lulu (Albright) Cunningham.

Cunningham, William. 746, 747. 764, 765. d.1852. h/o Mary (m/n/u) Cunningham, who died in 1844. f/o 11, including Melinda (Cunningham) Chandler. William moved to Vermilion County in 1829.

Cupp, Carl. 521, 522. s/o Lemuel Cupp and Amanda (Fletcher) Cupp.

(Cupp), Ethel. 521, 522. d/o Lemuel Cupp and Amanda (Fletcher) Cupp.

Cupp, Lemuel. 521, 522. h/o Amanda (Fletcher) Cupp. f/o Ora (Cupp); Maud (Cupp); Carl Cupp; Ethel (Cupp); Pearl (Cupp).

(Cupp), Maud. 521, 522. d/o Lemuel Cupp and Amanda (Fletcher) Cupp.

(Cupp), Ora. 521, 522. d/o Lemuel Cupp and Amanda (Fletcher) Cupp

(Cupp), Pearl. 521, 522. d/o Lemuel Cupp and Amanda (Fletcher) Cupp.

Cuppy, Joseph. 526, 527, 528. h/o Selecta (Miller) Cuppy. Joseph was a butcher in Bloomington, Illinois.

Current, Abraham L. 657, 658. s/o James M. Current and Mary E. (Lynch) Current. h/o Hester A. (Roderick) Current. f/o one child.

(Current), Amanda. 669, 670. Deceased. d/o Henry B Current and Martha (Srout) Current. w/o R. Elder.

Current, Charles R. 256, 257, 258. s/o Isaac Current and third wife Derotha (Jones) Noel Current.

Current, Eli. 291, 292. Died before 1889. Second husband of Margred (Wright) Piper Current. (Current), Fay Ray. 657, 658. d/o James M. Current and Mary E. (Lynch) Current.

Current, Harry S. 384, 387. s/o William W. Current and Margaret (Ellsworth) Current.

Current, Henry B. Bio 669, 670; 384, 387; 413, 414. b.1824. s/o William Current and Mary (Baston, Bastian, or Bastion) Current. Husband of three women: (Wife #1) Martha ( Shroff or Srout) Current. m/o William W. Current; Mary (Current) Cunningham; Margaret (Current); Sarah (Current) Campbell; Vallie (Current) Elder; Amanda (Current) Elder, deceased. Deceased children: John, David, Rebecca. (Wife #2) Sarah (Switzer) Brewer Current. 669, 670; 413, 414. Henry was the second husband of Sarah. m/o Martha (Current); Perry Adams Current. (Wife #3) Emma (Watts) Current. Henry's farm consisted of 320 acres.

(Current), Ida M. 657, 658. d/o William W. Current and first wife Margaret (Ellsworth) Current.

Current, Isaac B. 256, 257, 258. b.1845. s/o William Current and Mary (Baston) Current. Isaac was only 6 when his father died. Husband of three wives (Wife #1) Clarissa E. (Lynch) Current, m/o Rachel H. (Current) Bowman. (Wife #2) Mary Campbell (Wyatt) Current. (Wife #3) Derotha (Jones) Noel Current, m/o Charles R. Current.

Current, James M. Home 501. Bio 657, 658. b.1842. s/o William Current and Mary (Baston) Current. h/o Mary E. (Lynch) Current. f/o William H. Current; Abraham Current; Martin A. Current; Fay Ray (Current). The 8th child in a family of 14 children, James was 9 years old when his father died. He attended the "Lamb Schoolhouse," and was well read. James married at 17 and was on his own at 18. The young couple began wedded life on the old Current homestead, living there until 1872. James was a butcher and grocer until 1875 when he moved to his 170 acre farm. He raised half or 3/4 blood Shorthorn cattle, Poland-China swine, and graded Clydesdales. He built a house in 1888. See for community service.

(Current), Margaret. 669, 670. d/o Henry B. Current and Mary (Srout) Current.

(Current), Martha Adams . 669, 670. d/o Henry B Current and second wife Sarah (Switzer) Brewer Current. w/o Perry Adams.

Current, Martin. 418, 419, 420. h/o Mary A. (Olehy) Current.

Current, Martin A. 657, 658. s/o James M. Current and Mary E. (Lynch) Current. In 1889, he was a student at Chaddock College.

(Current), Mary Cunningham. 669, 670. d/o Henry B Current and first wife Martha (Shroff) Current. w/o David Cunningham.

Current, Oscar. 384, 387. s/o William W. Current and first wife Margaret (Ellsworth) Current.

Current, Perry. 669, 670. s/o Henry B. Current and Sarah (Switzer) Brewer Current.

(Current), Rachel H. Bowman. 256, 257, 258. d/o Isaac Current and Clarissa E. (Lynch) Current. w/o Isaac Bowman. m/o William Isaac Bowman.

(Current), Sarah Campbell. 669, 670. d/o Henry B Current and Martha (Srout) Current. w/o C. Campbell.

(Current), Vallie Elder. 669, 670. d/o Henry B Current and Martha (Srout) Current. w/o M. Elder

Current, William 256, 257, 258; 657, 658; 669, 670. b.1803. d.1851/51, or d.1851/48, or died 1856. h/o Mary (Baston, Bastian, or Bastion) Current. f/o 14 children, 7 living, including Isaac Current, Bio 256, 257, 258; 8th born James M. Current; first born Henry B. Current, Bio 669, 670. William was a pioneer and a wagon maker. He came to Vermilion County in 1827. Beginning with 40 acres, he continued adding land until he had 352 acres. William served in the Black Hawk War.

Current, William H. 657, 658. s/o James M. Current and Mary E. (Lynch) Current. h/o Lavina H. (Gibson) Current. f/o one child.

Current, William W. Bio 384, 387; 665, 670. b.1842. s/o Henry B. Current and Martha (Srout) Current, first born of 9 children. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Margaret (Ellsworth) Current. m/o Oscar E. Current; Harry S. Current; Ida M. (Current). (Wife #2) Mary A. (Makemson) Current. In 1858, at age 16, William left home for a 2-1/2 year apprenticeship in harness and saddlery making, but instead, he clerked for 3 years in Danville. He joined Co K of the 37th Illinois Infantry under Captain J. C. Black, later General Black. William was disabled. For many years he did various jobs for several railroad companies. He returned to farming in 1886 as supervisor at his father's homestead in Newell Township, farmed on shares.

(Curry), Eleanor Tenbrook. 1058, 1059. Born in Scotland, died in Pennsylvania. w/o Andrew Tenbrook. m/o John Tenbrook, M. D.

(Curtis), Alice. 1029, 1030, 1031. d/o David Curtis and Frances R. (Dickenson) Curtis.

(Curtis), Belle Siders. 1029, 1030, 1031. d/o David Curtis and Frances R. (Dickenson) Curtis. w/o A D. Siders.

Curtis, Benjamin O. Bio 781, 782, 783. b.1824. s/o Joseph Curtis, Jr. and Hannah (Shelby) Curtis. h/o Jennie W. (Stout) Curtis. f/o Mary E. Curtis who died in 1882. From childhood, Benjamin worked in his father's nursery, the first in Illinois, learning how to graft trees as a boy. As a youth, he joined in wolf hunts. His education was mostly at home, with school a few weeks in winter, and he attended a night school. At age 22, he started a nursery in Parish Township, operated 10 years with brother David S. Curtis. He later farmed 3,000 acres on a Mexican land warrant. See for business developments, horticultural achievements such as grafting trees, and as Crop Reporter.

Curtis, Charles W. 788, 789. s/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis.

Curtis, David S, Sr. Bio 1029, 1030, 1031. 781, 782, 783. b.1819 in Hunter Township. s/o Joseph Curtis, Jr. and Hannah (Shelby) Curtis. h/o Frances R. Dickenson. f/o Alice (Curtis); Belle (Curtis) Siders; David S. Curtis, Jr.; Joseph W Curtis; Jennie L. (Curtis). Organized and Captain in the 79th Illinois Infantry; discharged because of ill health. For 10 years, David operated a nursery in Paris Township with brother Benjamin Curtis, and provided the capital for a mercantile business in Paris, Illinois, conducted by George Hoge.

Curtis, David S, Jr. 1029, 1030, 1031. s/o David Curtis, Sr., and Frances R. (Dickenson) Curtis.

(Curtis), Elizabeth. 788, 789. d/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis.

Curtis, George 781, 782, 783. Deceased. s/o Joseph Curtis, Jr. and Hannah (Shelby) Curtis.

Curtis, Harvey W. 781, 782, 783. s/o Joseph Curtis, Jr. and Hannah (Shelby) Curtis. Harvey lived in Topeka, Kansas.

Curtis, Isaac H. Bio 788, 789; 781, 782, 783. b.1826. s/o Joseph Curtis, Jr. and Hannah (Shelby) Curtis. h/o Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis. f/o Orlando Curtis; Joseph Curtis; John G. Curtis; Charles W. Curtis; Elizabeth (Curtis); Maria (Curtis); Rachel (Curtis); Sarah (Curtis); Nellie Grant (Curtis). Deceased children: Hannah, Angeline, George, and William. Isaac was a partner with brother Benjamin for 1 year, then operated the old homestead for two years, dealt in property and at one time had 1,700 acres with 25 teams working the land with 1,000 acres in corn. Note: At the end of the list of Isaac's children on 789 is the sentence:..., all of whom, with the exception of Isaac, are at home with their parents." No other mention of Isaac Jr. is included in the list. However, Isaac, Jr., is added to this index.

Curtis, Isaac H., Jr. 788, 789 s/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis. Note: At the end of the list of the children of Isaac H. Curtis, Sr. on 789 is the sentence, "...all of whom, with the exception of Isaac, are at home with their parents." No other mention was made of Isaac, Jr. in the biography.

Curtis, Jennie L. 1029, 1030, 1031. d/o David Curtis and Frances R. (Dickenson) Curtis.

Curtis, John G. 788, 789. s/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis.

Curtis, Joseph, Sr. 781, 782, 783. 1029, 1030, 1031. Died age 88. f/o Joseph Curtis, Jr. Joseph was descended from one of 6 Welsh brothers who came to America in Colonial times from England. Joseph served in the Revolutionary Army as a special dispatch carrier for General Washington. Joseph came to Illinois at age 85 to live with his son, Rev. Joseph Curtis, Jr.

Curtis, Rev. Joseph, Jr. 781, 782, 783. Died age 66. s/o Joseph Curtis, Sr. h/o Hannah (Shelby) Curtis. f/o Joseph Curtis who died at one year old; David. S. Curtis, Bio 1029, 1030, 1031; Harvey W. Curtis; Benjamin O. Curtis, Bio 781, 782, 783; Isaac H. Curtis, Bio 788, 789; George Curtis, deceased. Born in New Jersey, Joseph went to Virginia as a child, then the family moved to Ohio. Joseph lived in Ohio until 1818. He took his family by keel boat to Terre Haute, Indiana, loaded with 300 bushels of dried fruit, which he sold for $3 per bushel. He settled in what became Stratton County Indiana. He purchased his 320 acres for $1.25 per acre. He was the 6th man in Edgar County, established the first nursery in Illinois, the first person to do root grafting, and had the first steel plow in Illinois. He organized the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Hunter Township.

Curtis, Joseph. 788, 789. s/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis.

Curtis, Joseph W. 1029, 1030, 1031. s/o David Curtis and Frances R. (Dickenson) Curtis.

(Curtis), Maria. 788, 789. d/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis. Maria was a teacher and musician.

Curtis), Mary E. 781, 782, 783. Died 1882. d/o Benjamin O. Curtis and Jennie W. (Stout) Curtis.

(Curtis), Nellie Grant. 788, 789. d/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis.

Curtis, Orlando. 788, 789. s/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis. Orlando farmed 240 acres.

(Curtis), Rachel. 788, 789. d/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis.

(Curtis), Sarah. 788, 789. d/o Isaac H. Curtis and Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis. Sarah was a teacher.

(Cushman) Rachel Hoagland. 303, 304 b.1815 d/o Thomas Cushman. Second w/o George Hoagland. m/o 5 children, only Jonathan C. Hoagland survived.

Cushman, Thomas. 303, 304, f/o Rachel (Cushman) Hoagland. Thomas farmed in Indiana.

(Cusick), America. 1042, 1043. d/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick. Resident of Clark County, Illinois.

Cusick, Anderson. 1042, 1043. Died 1877. s/o David Cusick. h/o Martha (Tucker) Cusick. f/o Jane (Cusick), deceased; Joseph Cusick; Nancy A. (Cusick) Horsley; Sarah E. (Cusick); America (Cusick); John T. Cusick, Bio 1042, 1043; David A. Cusick, deceased. Anderson was a boy when he came to Stratton Township. Anderson acquired 160 acres in Edgar Township, and then the same amount of land in Iowa. He finally returned to Edgar Township in 1867 and rented a farm. Next, he purchased 240 acres in Indiana.

Cusick, David. 1042, 1043. f/o Anderson Cusick. David served in the War of 1812. In 1818, he left Tennessee and moved to Edgar County, Illinois, settling on 250 acres.

Cusick, David A. 1042, 1043. Deceased. s/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick.

(Cusick), Hortensia. 1042, 1043. d/o John T. Cusick and Mary J. (Crowther) Cusick.

(Cusick), Jane. 1042, 1043. Deceased. d/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick.


Cusick, John T. Bio 1042, 1043. b. 1850. s/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick. h/o Mary J. (Crowther) Cusick. f/o Myrtle E. (Cusick); Mattie E. (Cusick); Hortensia (Cusick); Maudie E. (Cusick). In 1869, John enrolled in Westville College in Illinois. However, he lost an eye which "put an end to his studies." John rented the "old place" until 1881, then moved to a 66 acre homestead.

Cusick, Joseph. 1042, 1043. s/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick. Resided in Indiana.

(Cusick), Lodema Cassle. 829. w/o Hiram Cassle. m/o 9 children, 8 living including James A. Cassle.

(Cusick), Mattie E. 1042, 1043. d/o John T. Cusick and Mary J. (Crowther) Cusick.

(Cusick), Maudie E. 1042, 1043. d/o John T. Cusick and Mary J. (Crowther) Cusick.

(Cusick), Myrtle E. 1042, 1043. d/o John T. Cusick and Mary J. (Crowther) Cusick.

(Cusick), Sarah E. 1042, 1043. Deceased. d/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick.

(Cusick), Nancy Horsley. 1042, 1043. d/o Anderson Cusick and Martha (Tucker) Cusick. w/o (g/n/u) Horsley of Edgar Township.

Custer, Jacob M, 319, 320, 320. 359, 360, 361. 752, 753, 754. d.1865 First husband of Elizabeth (Ocheltree) Custer Meyers. f/o 9 , 6 surviving with Martha E. (Custer) Dalbey being the second born; Mary E. (Custer) Hays. Jacob came to Champaign County, Illinois, in 1849.

(Custer), Laura Burroughs. 387, 388. w/o Elsworth Thompson Burroughs. m/o Fred Burroughs; Frank Burroughs.

(Custer) Martha E. Dalbey (or Dalby). 319, 320, 321 b.1836 d/o Jacob M. Custer and Elizabeth (Ocheltree) Custer Meyers, sister of Mary E. (Custer) Hays. w/o Aaron Dalby or Dalbey, Bio 752, 753, 754 whom she married at age 18. Adoptive mother of children of Aaron's comrade who died: Joe H. Summers and Mary J. Custer, with Mary taken in at only 11 months. Note: Variations of spelling of Dalbey/Dalby in references.

(Custer), Mary E. Hays 359, 360, 361; 319, 320, 321. b. 1838. d/o Jacob M. Custer and Elizabeth (Ocheltree) Custer Meyers; sister of Martha E. (Custer) Dalby. w/o James Hays. m/o Dollie E. (Hays) Poage; Mattie E. (Hays) Harden; William S. Hays; Ella (Hays); John M, Hays.

(Custer) Mary J. 320; 752, 753, 754 Adopted daughter of Aaron Dalbey and Martha E. (Custer) Dalbey. Mary was taken by the Dalbeys at 11 months, and grew to womanhood in their home, along with Joe H. Summers, supposedly Mary's brother. Her last name could be Summers. Also, the maiden name of her adoptive mother was Custer.

(Custer), Ottie Winters. 643, 644. w/o David Winters. m/o 2. They lived on the Winters homestead.

Cuthbertson: See Culbertson

Legend: CODE: b.=born d. died/age d/o=daughter of f/o=father of (g/n/u) =given name unknown h/o=husband of (m/n/u) =maiden name unknown m/o=mother of s/o=son of w/o=wife of ( ) = maiden name enclosed Names are listed alphabetically and each new alphabet letter is given a separate page.

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