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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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Jack, George B. 363, 364. b. 1875. s/o Rueben Jack and third wife Jennie(Fellows) Jack.

(Jack), Nellie. 363, 364. b.1884. d/o Rueben Jack and third wife Jennie (Fellows) Jack.

Jack, Rueben. 363, 364. b. 1840. First born s/o Silas S. Jack and Bashaba (Elmore) Jack. Husband of three women: (Wife #1) Mary (Shroyer) Jack. d.1869 ( Wife #2) Frances (Rufing) Jack. d. 1871. (Wife #3) Jennie (Fellows) Jack. m/o George B. Jack; Nellie (Jack). Rueben enlisted in Co. E, 73rd Illinois Infantry as a corporal, the same company that his father had joined in August 1862 as an orderly sergeant, but died in September 1862 of a fatal disease. Rueben was promoted to sergeant and served 3 years. Rueben's peace time career was varied: Assessor, clerk, Justice of the Peace, fire insurance agent, and shoe maker.

Jack, Silas S. 363, 364. d. 1862. h/o Bashaba (Elmore) Jack. f/o Rueben Jack, first born son; two unidentified daughters; Silas enlisted as orderly sergeant in Co. E, 73rd Illinois Infantry in August 1862, and died one month later, September 1862, of a fatal disease. His son, Rueben Jack, was a corporal in the same company.

Jackson, Abraham. 684, 685. s/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson.

(Jackson), Ada. 348, 349. d/o Amos Jackson and Sarah (Hessler) Jackson.

(Jackson), Alta Marie. 684, 685 d/o John J. Jackson and second wife, Mary E. (Andrews) Kiefer Jackson.

Jackson, Amos. Bio 348, 349. 684, 685. 238. 282. 285. b.1837. s/o John Jackson and first wife Katie (Ross) Jackson. Amos was the 10th child of 11 children (or 8th child of 8). h/o Sarah (Hessler) Jackson. f/o 4 daughters and 2 sons: John L. Jackson; Jennie W. (Jackson) Freeman, 282, 285; Laura (Jackson); Frank Jackson; Ada (Jackson); Lula B. (Jackson). The mother of Amos died when he was 2, his father died when he was 10. He worked for his board and clothes and attended school 8 months in all, walking 2 miles. At age 18, Amos went with Uncle John Ross to IL. John Ross was the brother of his mother Katie (Ross) Jackson. He was 20 in 1854 when he eloped with Sarah; she was 17. They rented a farm in 1860, then farmed 80 acres of Sarah's inheritance from her wealthy grandfather, John Gilgis. See for wise sale of property, 5,400 rods of drain tiles, and famous race horse. Amos farmed and raised cattle. Note: Samuel Stark and bride Christina (Rawlings) Stark worked on the Jackson farm.

Jackson, Andy. 684, 685. s/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson.

(Jackson), Christina. 684, 685. d/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson.

(Jackson), Elizabeth. 684, 685. d/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson.

Jackson, Frank. 348, 349. s/o Amos Jackson and Sarah (Hessler) Jackson.

Jackson, Henry. 684, 685. s/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson.

(Jackson), Jennie W. Freeman. 282, 285 348, 349. b.1845 d/o Amos Jackson and Sarah (Hessler) Jackson. w/o Harry L. Freeman, partner of Jennie's brother, John Jackson (see). m/o Anna J. Freeman who lived only one year.

Jackson, John. 684, 685. 903, 904, 907. 348, 349. b.1799 d.1846/47. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Catherine or Katie (Ross) Jackson. m/o Christina (Jackson); Elizabeth (Jackson); Martha (Jackson); Henry Jackson; John J. Jackson, Bio 684, 685; Abraham Jackson; Andy Jackson; Amos Jackson, Bio 348, 349. (Wife #2) Name unknown. John died shortly after their marriage. John was a farmer; he left Pennsylvania for Ohio, and in 1829 moved to Indiana.

Jackson, John J. Bio 684, 685. b.1828. s/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Ellen (McCray) Jackson. m/o Susan J. Jackson, died at 18 years; Laura (Jackson) Keys. (Wife #2). Mary E. (Andrews) Kiefer Jackson. m/o Alta Marie (Jackson); Lemon J. Jackson. Like all early pioneers, John's father was extremely poor and the children were obliged to work as soon as able. (See also Amos Jackson). John, the oldest boy, took the lead, especially after his father died when John was 18. The family lived in Indiana, and when John married at age 21, they continued living in Indiana for 2 years on a farm. In 1853, he moved to Vermilion County, with only 40 acres broken of the 120 acres, and with a log house. His holdings grew to 160 acres. He served as Highway Commissioner.

Jackson, John L. Bio 238, 282, 285. 348, 349. b.1860 s/o Amos Jackson and Sarah (Hessler) Jackson. h/o Eva (Gray) Jackson. f/o daughter Meta J. Jackson. A member of the Class of 1879 of the Commercial College of Terra Haute, John raised cattle, farmed his 172 acres, and was in general merchandising. Purchased store and stock of William Danley. 282, 285. Partner in "John Jackson & Company" with brother-in-law Harry L. Freeman, the husband of his sister Jennie W. (Jackson) Freeman.

Jackson, J. P. 373, 374. h/o Nancy (Rawlings) Jackson. J.P. is a farmer. f/o 2.

(Jackson), Laura. 348, 349. d/o Amos Jackson and Sarah (Hessler) Jackson.

(Jackson), Laura Keys. 684, 685 d/o John J. Jackson and first wife, Ellen (McCray) Jackson. w/o Richard Keys. m/o John J. Keys; Grace (Keys); Lydia (Keys).

Jackson, Lemon J. 684, 685. s/o John J. Jackson and second wife, Mary E. (Andrews) Kiefer Jackson. Lemon studied at Bucyrus College and Oberlin College.

(Jackson), Lula B. 348, 349. d/o Amos Jackson and Sarah (Hessler) Jackson.

(Jackson), Martha. 684, 685. d/o John Jackson and Katie (Ross) Jackson.

(Jackson), Mary Canaday 347, 348 w/o G. Franklin Canaday. m/o Gertrude (Canaday); Edwin Canaday.

(Jackson), Mary Shane. 952. Second wife of James Shane, for over 40 years.

(Jackson), Meta J. 238, 282, 285 d/o John L. Jackson and Eva (Gray) Jackson.

James, B. W. 586, 587, 588. s/o Elijah James and Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell.

James, Elijah. 586, 587, 588. First husband of Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell. f/o Jasper L. James; Syrena F. (James); B W. James; Myrtle (James); Seymour James.

(James), Elizabeth Lycan. 776, 777, 778. w/o Jeremiah Lycan, Sr. m/o 8 children, including Jeremiah V. Lycan, Jr., Bio 776, 777, 778.

James, Evan. 977, 978. h/o Lydia (Wolf) James. f/o Firman James. Evan left Maryland and arrived in Ohio for 20 years. He was a "saw-log" contractor.

James, Firman. Property 976. Bio 977, 978. b.1813. s/o Evan James and Lydia (Wolf) James. h/o Mary A. (Hanks) James. No children. Firman worked on his father's farm until he was 21, then he hauled logs for his father's "saw-logs" business. In 1842, age 29, Firman and Mary arrived in Edgar County and settled on 210 acres, opposite his final home. A true pioneer, he increased his land holdings to 1,800 acres in Clark and Edgar Counties, and also some property in Iowa. James concentrated on (sheep, cattle, swine, in large numbers, most sold locally, some shipped annually to Indianapolis. Invested in real estate.

James, Jasper L. 586, 587, 588. s/o Elijah James and Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell.

(James), Myrtle. 586, 587, 588. d/o Elijah James and Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell.

James, Richard. 762, 763. Died before 1889. A merchant in Catlin who employed G. Wilse Tilton, who later bought out a whole mercantile business.

James, Seymour. 586, 587, 588. s/o Elijah James and Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell.

(James), Syrena F. 586, 587, 588. d/o Elijah James and Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell.

James, Tobias. 776, 777, 778. f/o 6 children, including first born Elizabeth (James) Lycan. Tobias left South Carolina and went to Kentucky, where he settled with Daniel Boone at Boonsboro. Later he moved to Missouri.

Jamison, Bertie. 663, 664. s/o W. M. Jamison and Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison.

Jamison, Charles. 663, 664. s/o W. M. Jamison and Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison.

Jamison, George. 352, 353. h/o Clarissa (Williams) Jamison; Clarissa died at 24.

Jamison, George. 663, 664. s/o W. M. Jamison and Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison.

(Jamison), Kate. 663, 664. d/o W. M. Jamison and Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison.

(Jamison), Mary. 663, 664. d/o W. M. Jamison and Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison.

Jamison, W. M. 663, 664. h/o Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison. f/o Charles Jamison; Kate (Jamison); Mary (Jamison); George Jamison; Willie Jamison; Bertie Jamison.

Jamison, Willie. 663, 664. s/o W. M. Jamison and Ann E. (Bennett) Jamison.

Jaquith, (g/n/u) 1068. First husband of Addie (Burr) Jaquith Scott. f/o Merton P. Jaquith; Arthur D. Jaquith, deceased; Cyrus V. Jaquith. Born in New Hampshire, he died in 1849, in California, during the gold rush.

Jaquith, Arthur D. 1068. Deceased. s/o (g/n/u) Jaquith and Addie (Burr) Jaquith Scott.

Jaquith, Cyrus. 1068. s/o (g/n/u) Jaquith and Addie (Burr) Jaquith Scott.

Jaquith, Merton. 1068. s/o (g/n/u) Jaquith and Addie (Burr) Jaquith Scott.

(Jeffers), Mattie Patrick. 1013, 1014. w/o William H. Patrick. m/o Roy Thomas Patrick. Mattie taught before her marriage.

Jeffries, L. W. 637, 638, 639. h/o Emma J.( Oakwood) Jeffres. (Jenkins), Bell. 827, 828. s/o William Jenkins and Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins.

Jenkins, Benjamin. 674, 675. h/o Frances C (m/n/u) Jenkins; she was a prominent minister in the Friend's Church. f/o Ella (Jenkins) Davis.

Jenkins, D. H. 991, 992. h/o Clara (Athon) Jenkins. Residents of Los Angeles, California.

Jenkins, E.B. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Jenkins, Elections. 827, 828. Born in England. f/o William Jenkins. Young Elections came to America, served in the War of 1812, and was a gunsmith at the Harpers Ferry Arsenal. He settled in Tennessee, where son William was born, then to Ohio.

(Jenkins), Elizabeth Crane. 196, 197. b. 1820. d.1853/33. w/o Joel Crane. m/o Oliver Harrison Crane; Lewis Crane; Cyrus Crane.

(Jenkins), Ella Davis. 674, 675. d/o Benjamin F. Jenkins and Frances C. (m/n/u) Jenkins. w/o Jonah M. Davis. m/o Royal Davis; Ruby (Davis); Nellie (Davis). Ella was a teacher before her marriage in 1875 In 1886 Jonah purchased a furniture store in Ridge Farm, and Ella apparently worked with him.

Jenkins, Henry W. 827, 828. s/o William Jenkins and Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins.

Jenkins, Joseph. 827, 828. s/o William Jenkins and Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins. In 1862, Joseph served with the 39th Iowa Infantry, until he was disabled in a fall.

(Jenkins), Katie Elliott. 708, 709. w/o Lewis Henry Elliott. Lewis Henry was a farmer.

Jenkins, Dr. Leroy O. Portrait 826. Bio 827, 828. b.1851. s/o William Jenkins and Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins. h/o Ada (Clark) Jenkins. No children listed. Leroy had both a successful medical practice, plus a lucrative 120 acre farm, livestock sales, and another 160 acres that were rented. See for a record of his education.

Jenkins, Lewis. 827, 828. Son of William Jenkins and Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins. Lewis served with Merrill's Missouri Cavalry in 1863.

Jenkins, Samuel. 827, 828. s/o William Jenkins and Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins.

Jenkins, William. 827, 828. s/o Elections Jenkins, who was born in England. h/o Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins. f/o Joseph Jenkins; Lewis Jenkins; Samuel Jenkins; Henry W. Jenkins; Bell (Jenkins); Dr. Leroy O. Jenkins, Portrait 826, Bio 827, 828. William first farmed 200 acres in Ohio, then he moved to Illinois, then in 1860 he moved to Missouri.

(Jennings), Elizabeth Collier, 532, 535. d/o William Jennings and Sarah (Jones) Jennings. w/o Alexander Collier. m/o Francis M. Collier; Phoebe J. (Collier) Stahl; Sarah C. (Collier) Van Duyn.

Jennings, Professor Joseph. 853, 854. h/o Maria A. (Howden) Jennings. Joseph began as the principal of the high school in Pennsylvania in 1876.

(Jennings), Lucretia A. Scott. 841, 842. d/o Manoah Jennings and Elizabeth (Roney) Jennings. w/o Samuel Scott. m/o Otto Raymon Scott; Ora Delle (Scott); Olma Noah Scott.

Jennings, Manoah. 841, 842. h/o Elizabeth (Roney) Jennings. f/o Lucretia A. (Jennings) Scott.

Jennings, William. 532, 535. h/o Sarah (Jones) Jennings. f/o Elizabeth (Jennings) Collier.

Jeter, George M. Sr. 1053, 1054. b.1855. s/o William Jeter and Elizabeth (Albertson) Jeter Yearling. h/o Nettie (Sizemore) Jeter. f/o George M. Jeter, Jr. The youngest of 3 sons (other names not included), George was only two years old when his father died, leaving his mother with no support for her family of 4 children. George was reared by Jeremiah Harris of Hunter Township. In 1870, at age 15, George was employed by a company of coal miners from Scotland to serve as interpreter and salesman. At age 17, he was a traveling salesman for Buell and McLean, dispensing patent medicines. At age 21, he began a timber trade along the line of the Vandalia and Midland Railway. He was severely injured when both ankles were broken and an arm was disabled. Not discouraged, George went to Paris, Illinois and employed a private teacher; soon he entered the J W. Howell law office, remaining 6 years. He took the Appellate Court exam at Mt. Vernon and passed 100%; he was admitted to the bar in 1889 at age 34. He was a successful attorney and Justice of the Peace of Paris, Illinois.

Jeter, George M. Jr. 1053, 1054. b.1888. s/o George M. Jeter, Sr. and Nettie (Sizemore) Jeter.

Jeter, James I. 268, 269, 270. h/o Mary P. (Peterson) Jeter. James was a farmer.

Jeter, Jeremiah. 1053, 1054. Jeremiah employed 15-year-old Patrick VanDine who had arrived, alone, from Ireland. Jeremiah later adopted Patrick. Eventually, Patrick married Jeremiah's daughter. Jeremiah was from Germany.

Jeter, Patrick. 1053, 1054. Born Patrick Van Dine in Ireland, Patrick arrived in America, alone, as an unemployed boy of 15. Jeremiah Jeter employed Patrick, and later adopted him. Patrick eventually married Jeremiah's daughter. Patrick was the father of 5 sons, including William Jeter, the youngest.

Jeter, William. 1053, 1054. b.1830 in Virginia. d.1857/27. s/o Patrick Jeter (who was born Patrick Van Dine). First husband of Elizabeth (Albertson) Jeter Yearling. f/o 4 children, including George M. Jeter, Sr. William was a graduate of the Medical College of Louisville, Kentucky. When he died, his young widow was left to raise 4 children without support.

Jewell, Zachariah. 863, 864. h/o Rebecca A. (Berkshire) Jewell, deceased.

Johns and Giddings grocers. 344, 347. Albert Giddings was a partner until 1882 when he went into the wholesale and retail florist business.

(Johns), Elizabeth Orr. 1111, 1112, 1113. Died age 84. w/o John Dale Orr. m/o 6, only survivor James Orr, Bio 1111, 1112, 1113. Deceased children: Catherine (Orr); John Orr; Ruth (Orr); Hiram Orr, George Orr. After their marriage, John and Elizabeth moved to a farm in Virginia.

Johns, Frank Copeland). 259, 260. h/o Almeda (Copeland) Johns.

Johnson, (g/n/u). 247, 248, 249. d.1853. First husband of Deborah (King) Johnson Bandy.

(Johnson), (g/n/u) Burrell. 433, 434. w/o J. G. Burrell, an architect and builder. m/o 2 children.

Johnson, Abel. 881, 882. f/o Elizabeth (Johnson) Andrews.

Johnson, Abner 693, 694. b.1814. d.1885/71. h/o Hanna (Fuller) Johnson. f/o Anna (Johnson) Stufflebean.

(Johnson), Anna Stufflebeam. 693, 694. b.1844. d/o Abner Johnson and Hannah (Fuller) Johnson. w/o Oliver Stufflebean. m/o Hattie (Stufflebeam) Brown; Caroline (Stufflebeam); Kittie (Stufflebeam); Charles Stufflebeam; Pearl (Stufflebeam); Abner Stufflebeam; Marcia (Stufflebeam); Myron Stufflebeam. Anna and Oliver married in 1862. In 1872 they moved to another part of his farm, then they moved to 1000 acres in Rossville which included an elegant brick residence and a 10 acre private park.

(Johnson), Edna. 358, 359. b.1879. Adopted by William Jurgensmeyer and Elizabeth (Hengst) Jurgensmeyer.

(Johnson), Elizabeth Andrews. 881, 882. Died 1881. d/o Abel Johnson. w/o Elijah W. Andrews. m/o Francis M. Andrews; Clara (Andrews) Hybarger; Ella (Andrews) McCulley; two sons were listed as running the family farm, but Elijah was the only son named.

Johnson, Henry. 808, 809, 810. 1820s, Henry was the only neighbor of the John B. Alexander family, with Georgetown the nearest town.

Johnson, Joseph. 1025, 1026. h/o Nellie (Wetzel) Johnson. Mr. Johnson farmed in Edgar Township.

(Johnson), Mary E. McCaughey 391, 392 b.1845. d/o Stanton Johnson and Jane (Stevenson) Johnson. w/o Thomas C. McCaughey, M.D. m/o Cora Etta (McCaughey, deceased, first child born in Hoopeston; Mary Isie (McCaughey); Robert S. McCaughey.

(Johnson), Sneldo Sperry. 287 w/o Eli S. Sperry.

Johnson, Stanton 391, 392 Died before 1889. h/o Jane (Stevenson) Johnson. f/o Mary E. (Johnson) McCaughey.

Spelling change from Johnson to Johnston.

Johnston, David. Bio 625, 626, 627. b.1826. s/o John Johnston and Sarah (Mathaney) Johnston. h/o Mary A. E. (Brittingham) Johnston. f/o John W. Johnston; Matilda Jane (Johnston) Young. Unlike his father and grandfather, David's education was limited. He left home early, worked for an uncle for three years, worked for a John Dalton of Ohio, and in 1844 at the age of 18, he started a journey to Illinois on horseback. He worked on the farm of Henry Florher (correct). David bought and sold property and eventually owned a total of 294 acres, building a home in 1876. David fed a carload of cattle each year. In 1880, daughter Matilda Jane died, leaving a child who was raised by grandfather David.

Johnston, David H. 625, 626, 627. f/o John Johnston; Hannah (Johnston); Nancy (Johnston); Polly Ann (Johnston). During the Revolutionary War, David was given permission by the American Congress to confiscate the property of Tories, and give the proceeds to the costs of the Revolutionary War. David left Pennsylvania for Kentucky where he became wealthy in dealing with cattle, horses, mules, and he operated a distillery.

(Johnston), Hannah. 625, 626, 627 d/o David H. Johnston.

Johnston, J. H. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Johnston, John. 625, 626, 627. d.1834. s/o David H. Johnston. h/o Sarah (Mathaney) Johnston. f/o 5 children, 3 living including David Johnston, Bio 625, 626, 627. John was well educated and held a prominent position in both Kentucky, and in Ohio after his 1826 move. Johnston, John W. 625, 626, 627. s/o David Johnston and Mary A. E.(Brittingham) Johnston.

(Johnston), Matilda Jane Young. 625, 626, 627. d.1880. d/o David Johnston and Mary A.E.(Brittingham) Johnston. w/o David Young. m/o one child who was raised by Matilda's father, David Johnston, after Matilda died in 1880.

(Johnston), Nancy. 625, 626, 627. d/o David H. Johnston.

(Johnston), Nancy Humphreys, 454, 455. d.1832. w/o Jonathan B. Humphreys. m/o Deborah (Humphreys); Thomas B.Humphreys; Barbara A. (Humphreys); Mary J. (Humphreys); Margaret B. (Humphreys). In 1817, the family moved to Indiana. There, they were disturbed at night by the hideous wolf howls. Jonathan made shoes for the family, and Nancy spun and wove wool and flax for clothing. Jonathan went to Vermilion County in 1832, purchased a farm, built a log house, returned to get his family, but died before they could move. 1838, they finally came to Vermilion County.

(Johnston), Polly Ann. 625, 626, 627. d/o David H. Johnston.

Jones, (g/n/u) 447, 448. f/o Nancy (Jones) Watts; Joseph Jones, whose property was sold to Edwin Corbley.

Jones, (g/n/u) 508, 509. f/o Aaron Jones. Mr. Jones fought in the Revolutionary War.

Jones, Aaron, "Father Jones". 508, 509. s/o (g/n/u) Jones who fought in the Revolutionary War. h/o Phebe (Watkins) Jones. f/o William Jones; Henry Jones; Ira Jones, Bio 508, 509. Aaron arrived in Illinois in 1827, rented land for 2 or 3 seasons, then entered a Government tract in Indiana. His first house was a double log cabin. See for description of pioneer beds. A local mill was in such demand that Aaron allowed people to stay in his home, without charge, while they waited for the mill to grind their product, sometimes as long as a week. Aaron made his own whiskey.

(Jones), Agnes. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

Jones, Alexander. 1068, 1069, 1070. Son of Thomas F. Jones, Sr. Alexander served with the 77th Ohio Infantry, and died in battle.

Jones, Arthur. 213, 271, 272. s/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, Arthur 508, 509. s/o Ira Jones and second wife Rhoda J. (Weller) Rice Jones.

Jones, Arthur Bio 717, 718. 213. 271, 272. b.1848 in England. s/o Henry Jones and Sarah (Hough) Jones. h/o Emma (Dickinson) Jones. f/o Edward A. Jones; William H. Jones; Dora B. Jones; Nettie B. and Cora M, deceased twins. Arthur was a year old the day the family sailed to America to join father Henry who had gone ahead to prepare for their arrival. Arthur attended Commercial College at Westfield, Clark Co., Illinois, for business training. He began as a clerk in brother Richard's store until Richard died in 1875. He was then a partner with brother Frederick for 2 or 3 years, then he bought out Frederick. Arthur sold general merchandise, coal, stock, and farmed 160 acres. He was Postmaster of Catlin County for 13 years, and Supervisor of Catlin Village for several years. Note: Brothers Arthur and Frederick Jones married sisters Emma and Harriet Ann (Dickinson).

Jones, Austin. 373, 374. h/o Bertha (Rawlings Jones. f/o one child.

Jones, Bert 479, 480. 695, 696. s/o Russel Jones and Jennie (Cooper) Jones.

Jones, Bert. 918, 919. s/o Philip Jones and first wife Martha (Henry) Jones.

(Jones), Bertie. 508, 509. d/o Ira Jones and second wife Rhoda J. (Weller) Rice Jones.

Jones, Caleb 292. d.1871 s/o John Jones of Welsh ancestry. Brother of John S. Jones M.D.

Jones, Caleb 292 s/o John S. Jones M.D. and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones.

(Jones), Caroline Schance. 1101, 1102. w/o Theodore Schance. m/o Clarence E. Schance; John G. Schance. Caroline came to America in 1851, from Northern Sweden.

(Jones), Celestine Shafer. 1012, 1013. d/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. w/o Thomas Shafer, resident of Ohio.

(Jones), Charlotte Davidson. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o Thomas F. Jones, Sr. w/o Charles Davidson. Residents of Ohio.

Jones, Clark S. 211. s/o Edmund P Jones and Mary F. (Villars) Jones.

Jones, Claude. 508, 509. s/o George Jones and Annie (Phillips) Jones.

(Jones), Cora. 695, 696. 479, 480. d/o Jethrow Jones and Kate (Cooper) Jones.

Jones, Cornelius. 256, 257, 258. d. 1885. h/o Nancy (Hull) Jones. f/o Derotha (Jones) Noel Current.

Jones, Daniel. 918, 919. s/o Philip Jones and second wife Emma (Foncannon) Jones.

Jones, Daniel. 1012, 1013. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. Married twice, father of 6 children. Daniel was a butcher in Sidell.

Jones, David. 1012, 1013. d.1867. h/o Jane (Ellis) Jones. f/o Eveline (Jones) Martin; Mary Ann (Jones) Weaver; Ellis Jones; Philura Jones; Daniel Jones; Harvey Jones; Jonathan Jones; Isabelle J. (Jones) Ward; Sylvester Jones; Sandusky Jones; Celestine (Jones) Shafer; Sarah E. (Jones); William Jones, Bio 1012, 1013. Note: The biography makes no mention that sons William and Sylvester served in the same unit during the Civil War; William survived, but Sylvester died in battle.

Jones, David. 1068, 1069, 1070. s/o Thomas F. Jones. A carpenter and builder in Columbus, Ohio.

(Jones) Derotha Noel Current. 256, 257, 258. b.1845. d/o Cornelius Jones and Nancy (Hull) Jones. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Arthur Noel. f/o Shelby P. Noel. (Husband #2) Third wife of Isaac Current. f/o Charles R. Current.

Jones, Don A. 1012, 1013. Don was raised by William Jones and Charity E (Blanchard) Jones. No information included if Jones was Don's legal name.

(Jones), Dora B. 717, 718. d/o Arthur Jones and Emma (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, Earl. 918, 919. s/o Philip Jones and second wife Emma (Foncannon) Jones.

Jones, Edmund P. Bio 210, 211. b.1830. s/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Sarah A. (Cox) Jones. (Wife #2) Mary E. (Villars) Jones. m/o Rosa Belle (Jones) Olehy; John W. Jones; Lillie A. (Jones) Villars; Clark S. Jones. Edmund was born in a log house in Vermilion County. The nearest market was 125 miles away until Erie the canal was finished. See for his early farming methods on his 220 acres.

Jones, Edward. 1068, 1069, 1070. s/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

Jones, Edward. 213. 271, 272. s/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, Edward A. 717, 718. s/o Arthur Jones and Emma (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, Elgie. 695, 696. s/o Jethrow Jones and Kate (Cooper) Jones.

(Jones), Eliza Browne Tarrant. 383, 384. b. 1829 in England. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) William Browne. f/o Eliza (Browne) deceased; Emily Eliza (Browne) White. (Husband #2) Frederic Tarrant. f/o Sara Louise (Tarrant) Williams; Frederic Richard Tarrant, deceased; Miriam Whitfield (Tarrant) White; Ellen Elizabeth (Tarrant) deceased; Arthur Henry Tarrant; Jessee Bently (Tarrant) Dale; Thomas Alfred Tarrant; Alice Bertha (Tarrant); Elsie Kate (Tarrant). Eliza and husbands were born in England.

(Jones), Elizabeth Sallee. 210, 211. d/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones. w/o Henry Sallee.

(Jones), Elizabeth. 213. 271, 272. d/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

(Jones), Elizabeth Robertson. 719, 720. d.1840. First wife of Zachariah Robertson. m/o 7 children, including Zachariah Jr., Bio 719, 720.

Jones, Ellis. 1012, 1013. Died in 1865. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. Died leaving a widow in Texas and two children.

(Jones), Emeline Arrissmith. 508, 509. d/o Ira Jones and first wife Ruth (Connor) Jones. w/o William Arrissmith. m/o Lilly (Arrissmith); Ira Arrissmith; James Arrissmith; Bertha (Arrissmith).

(Jones), Emma. 213. 271, 272. d/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

(Jones), Eveline Martin. 1012, 1013. Died before 1889. d/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. w/o Daniel Martin. m/o 4 children.

Jones, Frank. 292. 297. Died before 1889. s/o John S. Jones M.D. and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones.

Jones, Frank. 508, 509. s/o Ira Jones and second wife Rhoda J. (Weller) Rice Jones.

Jones, Frederic Sr. Bio, 212, 213. 271, 272. 717, 718. b.1844 in England, the 6th and youngest child of Henry Jones and Sarah (Hough) Jones. h/o Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones. f/o 10: James Jones; Emma (Jones); Richard Jones; Harriet A. (Jones); Elizabeth (Jones); Sarah (Jones); Frederic Jones; Arthur Jones; Henry Jones; Edward Jones. Frederic came to America in 1849 and clerked in his father's store for 14 years. At 15-1/2 years, he worked as a blacksmith and learned the trade. He became a partner of S.A. McGregor, Sr. Then, he was a clerk in brother Richard's store till Richard died, and he became a partner with brother Arthur. Finally, in 1880, he returned to farming his 171 acres. Note: Brothers Arthur and Frederick Jones married sisters Emma and Harriet Ann (Dickinson).

Jones, Frederic Jr. 213. 271, 272 s/o Frederick Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, George Wheeler M.D. Bio 292, 297. 447, 448. b.1839 s/o John S. Jones M.D. and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones. h/o Emelyn K. (Enos) Jones. f/o Hubert W. Jones. George was the acting surgeon of the 26th Illinois Regiment, then promoted to Major and Surgeon. He went to the 63rd Indiana Infantry as assistant surgeon in order to join his brother, James S. Jones. George suffered an arm wound. See for war history. George was a delegate to the International Medical Congress in Washington DC in 1888. George's home may have been originally owned by Aaron Dalbey.

Jones, George. 508, 509. s/o Ira Jones and first wife Ruth (Connor) Jones. h/o Annie (Phillips) Jones. f/o Claude Jones.

(Jones), Harriet A. 213. 271, 272 d/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, Harvey. 1012, 1013. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. Father of 5 children. Harvey was a wealthy farmer at Hildreth.

Jones, Henry. 508, 509. s/o Aaron Jones and Phebe (Watkins) Jones. Henry lived in Minnesota.

Jones, Henry. 271, 272. 717, 718. Born in England. d.1862. h/o Sarah (Hough) Jones. f/o 6 children (or 7 children, "7 children grew to maturity," 717, 718), including Richard Jones; Arthur Jones Bio 717, 718; and the youngest, Frederic Jones, Bio 212, 213.. In 1849, Henry sailed to America in order to arrange things before the arrival of his family. In England, Henry was a brass and gas finisher and contractor. In Illinois, Henry farmed until 1856, the year his wife died. He then opened a mercantile business with son Richard.

Jones, Henry. 213, 271, 272 s/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, Hubert W. 292, 297. s/o George Wheeler Jones, M.D. and Emelyn K. (Enos) Jones.

(Jones), Indiana Patton. 508, 509. Deceased. d/o Ira Jones and first wife Ruth (Connor) Jones. w/o John Patton. m/o Jennie (Patton); Neal Patton; May (Patton); George Patton; Lucretia (Patton)

Jones, Ira. Bio 508, 509. b.1826. s/o Aaron Jones and Phebe (Watkins) Jones. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Ruth (Connor) Jones. m/o 7 children, 4 living. Emeline (Jones) Arrissmith; George Jones; Rozella (Jones) Busby; Seymour Jones; Indiana (Jones) Patton, deceased. (Wife #2) Rhoda J. Weller) Rice Jones. m/o Pearl (Jones); Frank Jones; Bertie (Jones); Arthur Jones. (Rhoda was the widow of James M. Rice.) Ira was educated at the Hazel Brush College, which was in a log cabin. He married in 1855, age 29. He accumulated 1,600 acres of land, mostly in Elwood Township, and was the wealthiest farmer in Elwood Township. Ira was a Road Overseer, Highway Commissioner, School Trustee, Member of the Village Council. He was known as the "poor man's friend."

(Jones), Isabelle J. Ward. 1012, 1013. d/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. w/o Frank Ward, residents of Ohio.

Jones, J. C. 695, 696. s/o Jethrow Jones and Kate (Cooper) Jones.

Jones, J. H. Bio 1068, 1069, 1070. b.1838. s/o Thomas F. Jones, Sr. h/o Sarah (Lancaster) Jones. f/o W. A. Jones, deceased; James A. Jones; Mary (Jones) Biddleman; Lillian (Jones) Randall; Olga (Jones) Schreller; Agnes (Jones); Pearl (Jones); Edward Jones; Josephine (Jones); Maud (Jones). After learning in his father's brickyard, J. H. opened his own brickyard in Columbus in 1876, then in Lancaster, Ohio. In 1881, he joined his brother William in a drain tile and brick business in Sydney, Illinois. In 1885, J. H. moved to Metcalf as the owner and manager of Metcalf Tile Works. Elected School Director without seeking the position, he proposed a tax levy to build an addition to the school building and to hire an extra teacher. Later, the parents realized it was such a good plan that he was re-elected.

Jones, J. J. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Jones, James. 213. 271, 272 s/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, James A. 1068, 1069, 1070. s/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

Jones, James S. 292. 297. s/o John S. Jones MD and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones. James enlisted in the Union Army at age 18, 63rd Indiana Infantry, and advanced from Private to Quartermaster. He died before 1889.

Jones, Jethrow R. 479, 480. 695, 696. h/o Kate (Cooper) Jones. f/o Elgie Jones; Lelah Jones; J. C. Jones; Cora (Jones). Jethrow was in wholesale and retail business in Missouri, or Kansas. Note: J. R. Jones of Missouri, and Russel Jones, also of Missouri, married sisters Kate and Jennie Cooper. Relationship unknown between J. R. and Russel.

Jones, John P. 210. Died before 1889. s/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones.

Jones, John S. MD. 292. 297. d.1871 s/o John Jones of Welsh ancestry. h/o Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones. f/o George W. Jones M.D.; James Jones; Lydia (Jones); Frank Jones; Caleb Jones; Mary S. (Jones); Lottie E. (Jones). Brother of Caleb Jones M.D.

Jones, John W. 210, 211. s/o Edmund P. Jones and Mary F. (Villars) Jones. h/o Mary J. (Rouse) Jones.

Jones, John. 292. 297. Of Welsh ancestry. f/o John S. Jones MD, and Caleb Jones MD.

Jones, Jonathan. 1012, 1013. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. A widower, and a resident of California.

Jones, Joseph. 447, 448. s/o (g/n/u) Jones. Brother of Nancy (Jones) Watts. Joseph's property was later sold to Edwin Corbley.

Jones, Joseph M. 210, 211. Died before 1889. s/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones.

(Jones), Josephine. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

(Jones), Lelah. 695, 696. d/o Jethrow Jones and Kate (Cooper) Jones. (Jones), Lilian Randall. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones. w/o Harland Randall, a railroad engineer. m/o 3 children.

(Jones) Lillie A. Villars. 210, 211. d/o Edmund P. Jones and Mary E. (Villars) Jones. w/o Albert E. Villars. Note: Connection unknown between mother Mary E. (Villars) Jones and Lillie's husband, Albert Villars.

(Jones) Lottie E. 292. 297. d/o John S. Jones M.D. and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones.

(Jones), Louisa Linnabary 833, 834, 837, 838. b.1821. d.1877/56. w/o Anan Linnabary. m/o 12, 8 matured: Joseph J. Linnabary; George M. Linnabary, deceased 1863; Orval Howard Linnabary, Bio 833, 834, 837, 838; Nancy (Linnabary) Rolo; Charlotte (Linnabary) Chapin; Rosetta (Linnabary Hubbell; Hannah (Linnabary) Breese; Mattie (Linnabary) Waldron. Deceased: Mary Ann, John Webster, Charles Welsey, James Buchanan Linnabary.

(Jones), Lydia. 292. 297. d/o John S. Jones M.D. and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones.

(Jones), Lydia Snyder. 615, 616. w/o Simon Snyder. m/o Emory Snyder; Edith (Snyder).

(Jones), Mary Biddleman. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones. w/o W. W. Biddleman, a farmer. m/o 3 children.

(Jones), Mary Ann Weaver. 1012, 1013. d/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. w/o Abraham Weaver. m/o 8 children. Abraham farmed.

(Jones), Mary J. Newcomb. 814, 817. w/o Charles Newcomb. m/o Nancy A. (Newcomb) Inghram; Daniel Newcomb; Warren Newcomb; Ella Newcomb. Mary's parents moved to Illinois in 1825. She was a popular teacher.

(Jones), Mary M. Bratton. 1068, 1069, 1070. Deceased. d/o Thomas F. Jones, Sr. w/o John Bratton. m/o 3.

(Jones) Mary S. 292. 297. d/o John S. Jones M.D. and Charlotte (Wheeler) Jones. Jones, Matthew. 918, 919. b.1818. d.1889/71. s/o Philip Jones and Sarah (Boswell) Jones. h/o Mary (Hutson) Jones. f/o Philip Jones.

(Jones), Maud. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

Jones, Mazy J. 210, 211. Died before 1889. s/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones.

(Jones), Mell Mills. 909, 910. w/o Franklin W. Mills. m/o Herbert Mills.

(Jones), Mollie. 918, 919. d/o Philip Jones and first wife Martha (Henry) Jones.

Jones, Moses. 918, 919. s/o Philip Jones and second wife Emma (Foncannon) Jones.

(Jones), Nancy Watts. 447, 448. w/o John Watts. m/o 7 children including second born Sarah (Watts) Dalbey.

(Jones), Olga Schreller. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones. w/o Charles Schreller. Charles worked in the Metcalf Tile Factory, owned by Olga's father.

Jones, O. S. 1058, 1059. h/o Dollie T. ( Tenbrook) Jones. O. S. was a real estate dealer in Paris, Illinois.

(Jones), Pearl. 508, 509. d/o Ira Jones and second wife Rhoda J. (Weller) Rice Jones.

(Jones), Pearl. 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

Jones, Philip. 918, 919. h/o Sarah (Boswell) Jones. f/o Matthew Jones. Philip left North Carolina and moved to Vermilion County, Indiana. He was considered a great hunter, with his flintlock rifle and wearing buckskin pants.

Jones, Philip. Bio 918, 919. s/o Matthew Jones and Mary (Hutson) Jones. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) (Martha (Henry) Jones. m/o Bert Jones; Mollie (Jones). Deceased: William and John. (Wife #2) Emma (Foncannon) Jones. m/o Daniel Jones; Moses Jones; Earl Jones. Philip's 100 acres in Bruellet Township were part of the old William Allen estate, which was one of the first improved tracts of land in the township. Philip served in Co. A, 149th Indiana Infantry.

Jones, Philura. 1012, 1013. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. Resident of Ohio.

(Jones or Swinford), Polly Chandler. 746, 747. 764, 765. d.1862. w/o John Chandler. m/o William 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; he died in 1859. Note: Polly's maiden name is listed as Jones in one biography, and as Swinford in the second biography, both biographies of son William Chandler.)

(Jones) Rebecca Pate. 381, 382 w/o Lafeyette P. Pate.

Jones, Richard. 271, 272. 717, 718 d. 1875. s/o Henry Jones and Sarah (Hough) Jones. In 1856, father Henry went into the mercantile business with Richard. Brother Arthur worked as a clerk in the store. After Richard died in 1875, Arthur became partner with brother Frederick for 2 or 3 years, then Arthur bought the store.

Jones, Richard. 213. 271, 272. s/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

(Jones), Rosa Belle Olehy. 418, 419, 420. 210, 211. d/o Edmund P. Jones and Mary E. (Villars) Jones. w/o Joshua Olehy.

(Jones), Rozella Busby. 508, 509. d/o Ira Jones and first wife Ruth (Connor) Jones. w/o Charles Busby.

Jones, Russel. 479, 480. h/o Jennie (Cooper) Jones. f/o Bert Jones. Russel was a farmer and stock raiser in Missouri. Note: J. R. Jones of Missouri, and Russel Jones, also of Missouri, married sisters Kate and Jennie Cooper. The relationship between J. R. and Russel not known.

(Jones), Salinda Whitton. 260, 261. d. 1884. First wife of Charles E. Whitton. m/o Lewis Whitton; Lawrence Whitton.

Jones, Sandusky. 1012, 1013. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. Resident of Kansas.

(Jones), Sarah. 213, 271, 272 Died before 1889. d/o Frederic Jones and Harriet Ann (Dickinson) Jones.

(Jones) Sarah Ann Olehy, 210, 418, 419, 420. deceased. d/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones. Second wife of Dennis Olehy. (m/o Jane (Olehy) Olehy (correct), w/o Henry Olehy; Adeline (Olehy) Fagins; Elizabeth (Olehy) Hall; Martha (Olehy) Marble; Ruth A. (Olehy) Hathaway, deceased; Joshua Olehy; Ellen (Olehy) Marble, deceased; Alice (Olehy) Waits; Martin and William died when they were small boys.

(Jones), Sarah Jennings. 532, 535. w/o William Jennings. m/o Elizabeth (Jennings) Collier.

Jones, Seymour 508, 509. s/o Ira Jones and Ruth (Connor) Jones.

Jones, Silas. 830, 831. h/o Ibby J. (Shane) Jones. Ibby died in 1886, leaving 8 children.

(Jones), Susan Lucas. 504, 505. w/o Elijah Lucas. m/o George Lucas; Charles Lucas; James Lucas; Clara (Lucas) Baum.

(Jones), Susanna Rees. 604, 605, 606. w/o William Rees, Jr. m/o Mary (Rees) Bales; Rachael (Rees); Charity (Rees); Deborah (Rees); John Rees; James Rees; Jane (Rees); William Rees, 604, 605, 606.

Jones, Sylvester. 1012, 1013. Deceased. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. Sylvester served in Company G., 94th Ohio Infantry. He was fatally wounded at the battle of Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Brother William was in the same unit.

Jones, Thomas F. Sr. 1068, 1069, 1070. Wife's name not included, but she died in 1868. f/o J. H. Jones, Bio 1068, 1069, 1070; Charlotte (Jones) Davidson; Alexander Jones, deceased; William A. Jones; Mary M. (Jones) Bratton, deceased; Thomas F. Jones, Jr.; Samuel Jones, deceased; David Jones. Thomas operated a brickyard in Marietta, Ohio. He was a contractor and builder, and in 1872 he contracted to build the Central Insane Asylum building in Columbus, Ohio. He moved his family along with him because his wife died 4 years earlier.

Jones, Thomas F, Jr. 1068, 1069, 1070. s/o Thomas F. Jones, Sr. Like his father, Thomas was a brick maker in Kansas.

Jones, Thomas J. 210 s/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones.

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

Jones, W. A. 1068, 1069, 1070. s/o J. H. Jones and Sarah (Lancaster) Jones. W. A. was killed in a railroad accident.

Jones, William. 210, 211. b.1796 d. 1859/63. h/o Jane (Martin) Jones. f/o John P. Jones; Elizabeth (Jones) Sallee; Joseph M. Jones; Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy; William Perry Jones; Mazy J. Jones; Edmund P. Jones; Thomas J. Jones. The Jones family suffered the extremes of pioneering. Their first home was in a rail pen, then a log house.

Jones, William. 508, 509. s/o Aaron Jones and Phebe (Watkins) Jones. William lived in Indiana in the old homestead near Quaker Point.

Jones, William. Bio 1012, 1013. b.1831. s/o David Jones and Jane (Ellis) Jones. h/o Charity E (Blanchard) Jones. No children of their own but raised Martha (Snell) Breeding and Don A Jones. From 1862 to 1865, William served with Company G, 94th Ohio Infantry, he was promoted to corporal, and fought in many battles. After discharge in 1865, William rented a small place in Edgar County from James Gains for 5 years. In 1870 he purchased 320 acres, and kept increasing his land holdings to 880 acres. He fed 150 of his own cattle, and the same amount of cattle of others. Note: Biography does not point out that deceased brother, Sylvester was in the same Ohio unit and died in battle.

Jones, William A. 1068, 1069, 1070. s/o Thomas F. Jones, Sr. William was married and lived in Missouri.

Jones, William H. 717, 718. s/o Arthur Jones and Emma (Dickinson) Jones.

Jones, William Perry. 210, 211. Died before 1889. s/o William Jones and Jane (Martin) Jones.

(Jordan), Annie Folger. 745, 746. w/o Julius) Folger. m/o Alvin Folger.

Jordon, A. W. 981, 982, 983. h/o Serena A. (Howell) Jordon. Residents of near Blountsville, Indiana.

Jordon, William. 998, 999, 1000. Second husband of Martha Bathsheba (or Bethesba) (Snapp) Doak Jordon. William left Missouri because of the impending Civil War. He settled on land in Paris or Sims Township that belonged to John Newton Doak, Martha's first husband.

(Jourdan), Flora Ann Rice. 710, 711, 712. b.1827. w/o Daniel Rice. m/o William J. Rice; Mary E. (Rice) DeHart; Albert R. F. Rice; James G. Rice; Edward A. Rice; Lemuel Rice, died in infancy. Flora Ann was married at age 18, Daniel was 25.

Judson, Willett H. 808, 809, 810. h/o Jacintha A. (Alexander) Judson. Formerly of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Willett moved to Paris, Illinois.

(Judy), Alta May. 332, 333, d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Ambrose. 332, 333, s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy. Served in Co. E 51st IL Infantry with brother John who was killed in action.

Judy, Amos. 332, 333. Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

Judy, Andrew. 332, 333. Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

(Judy), Annettie. 332, 333, d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Charles. 332, 333, s/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Edward. 332, 333. s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

(Judy), Elizabeth. 332, 333. d/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

(Judy), Ellen. 332, 333. d/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore Judy.

(Judy), Eve. 332, 333. d/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

(Judy), Fannie Clarinda. 332, 333. d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Frank L. 332, 333. s/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Gabriel. 332, 333. s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

(Judy), Grace Ethel. 332, 333. d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Isaac. 332, 333. s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore Judy.

Judy, J. Milton. 332, 333, s/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Jehu. 332, 333. Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

Judy, John. 332, 333. s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy. Served in Co. E 51st IL Infantry with brother Ambrose. John was killed in battle at Franklin, Tennessee.

(Judy), Lizzie Grant Slusher. 332, 333. d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy. w/o F. M. Slusher.

Judy, Martin. 332, 333. German ancestry. f/o 12, 6 boys, including Nicholas Judy, and 6 girls. Martin was a farmer and stock raiser.

(Judy), Mary Melinda. 332, 333. d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

(Judy), Mary Tilton. 483, 484. First wife of George Tilton. m/o two children.

(Judy), Myrtie Florence. 332, 333. d/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

(Judy), Nannie. 332, 333. d/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

Judy, Nicholas. 332, 333. b.1792 d.1854/62 s/o Martin Judy. h/o Mary (Skidmore) Judy. f/o Jehu Judy; John Judy; Andrew Judy; Rebecca (Judy); Isaac Judy; Ellen (Judy); Amos Judy; Elizabeth (Judy); Gabriel Judy; Eve (Judy); Ambrose Judy; Edward Judy; Nannie (Judy); Samuel Judy; William Judy, Bio 332, 333. Two died as infants. Ambrose and John were killed in action in the Civil War.

(Judy), Rebecca. 332, 333. d/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy.

Judy, Robert Earl. 332, 333. s/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, Samuel. 332, 333. s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy. Samuel made a home for his mother when his father died.

Judy, Wilber Wood. 332, 333. s/o William Judy and Nancy A. (Wood) Judy.

Judy, William. 332, 333. s/o Nicholas Judy and Mary (Skidmore) Judy. h/o Nancy (Wood) Judy. f/o 12: Lizzie Grant (Judy) Slusher; Frank L. Judy; J. Milton Judy; Charles Judy; Annette (Judy); Alta Mae (Judy); Robert Earl Judy; Myrtie Florence (Judy); Fannie Clarinda (Judy); Wilber Wood Judy; Mary Melinda (Judy); Grace Ethel (Judy). Arrived in Illinois in 1851 after a 31 day trip from Virginia. Lived in log cabin. See for early Danville. Farmed 20 acres.

(Julian), Lolly Stewart. 912, 913. w/o David Stewart. David was a farmer in Young America Township.

Julian, Milton. 903, 904, 907. h/o Elmira (Ross) Julian. f/o 2 children. Julian farmed in Danville.

Julian, Samuel. 801, 802, 803, 804. h/o Melissa A. (Fouts) Julian. Resident of Bloomfield, Illinois.

Julian, Stephen L. 328, 329. First h/o Azenith (Lewis) Julian Smith. f/o Stephen L. Julian.

Julian, Stephen L. 328, 329. Son of Stephen L. Julian and Azenith (Lewis) Julian Smith. Stepson of John C. Smith, the second husband of his mother, Azenith (Lewis) Julian Smith.

Jump, Stephen. 1036, 1037, 1038. h/o Savilla (Hanley) Jump. Stephen was a retired farmer in Brocton.

(Juntgen), Eda Steele. 978, 979. d/o William Juntgen and Louise (m/n/u) Juntgen. w/o James M. Steele. m/o Louise (Steele); Anna T. (Steele); Earl Ledgerwood Steele. Eda was the organist at her church.

Juntgen, William. 978, 979. h/o Louise (m/n/u) Juntgen. f/o Eda (Juntgen) Steele. A resident of Kansas, Illinois, William was a prominent stock dealer and land owner. Wife Louise was well educated, and "musically inclined."

Jurgensmeyer, Gottlieb. 358, 359. d. 1870. h/o Caroline (Rohltink) Jurgensmeyer, whom he met in Ohio. f/o 10 children, 7 still living, including William Jurgensmeyer the second born. Gottlieb was a Lieutenant in the Prussian Army for 3 years.

Jurgensmeyer, Louis V. 358, 359. b. 1876. s/o William Jurgensmeyer and Elizabeth (Hengst) Jurgensmeyer.

(Jurgensmeyer), Mary Elizabeth. 358, 359. b. 1871. d/o William Jurgensmeyer and Elizabeth (Hengst) Jurgensmeyer. Mary Elizabeth was an accomplished pianist.

Jurgensmeyer, William Residence 356, Bio. 358, 359. b. 1843. s/o Gottlieb Jurgensmeyer and Caroline (Rohltink) Jurgensmeyer, second child of 10. h/o Elizabeth (Hengst) Jurgensmeyer whom he met in Ohio. f/o 4 children, 2 living: Mary Elizabeth (Jurgensmeyer); Louis V. Jurgensmeyer. Elizabeth and William adopted Edna (Johnson). William had little schooling. In Ohio, he helped dig out two farms with an ax and a mattock. He left Ohio in 1867 at age 23 and went to Illinois. He met Jacob Illes whose brother was well-known to the Jurgensmeyer family. William worked 9 months for James Dickson. He sent home for money, purchased a farm in 1868, and added land to increase the property to 640 acres, with an apple orchard, and 13 acres for stock raising. He usually had 155 head of short horn cattle, 24 horses, and 150 swine. He was the school director for 15 years.

Justice, Albert G. 870, 871, 872. h/o Mary Elizabeth (Hitch) Justice, died before 1889.

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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