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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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(Labaw), Mary Ann Zeigler. 374, 377, 378. w/o George B. Zeigler. m/o 2 children. The young Zeigler family lived on part of the farm of George's father, Benjamin Zeigler. Note: Mary Ann Labaw and Susan Labaw married Zeigler brothers, Peter and George, indicating a cross relationship.

(Labaw), Susan Zeigler. 374, 377, 378. w/o Peter M. Zeigler. m/o 1 child. The young Zeigler family lived on a farm belonging to Peter's Aunt Catherine Brown. Note: Mary Ann Labaw and Susan Labaw married Zeigler brothers, Peter and George, indicating a cross relationship.

Lacy, Elbert. 489, 490. s/o John Lacy and Martha J. (Blakeney) Lacy.

(Lacy), Goldie. 489, 490. d/o John Lacy and Martha J. (Blakeney) Lacy.

Lacy, Hardy. 489, 490. s/o John Lacy and Martha J. (Blakeney) Lacy.

Lacy, John. 489, 490. h/o Martha J. (Blakeney) Lacy. f/o Hardy Lacy; Elbert Lacy; Goldie (Lacy); Minnie (Lacy)

(Lacy), Minnie. 489, 490. d/o John Lacy and Martha J. (Blakeney) Lacy.

LaFaber, Henry. 959, 960, 961. f/o Mary (LaFaber) Skeeters Wildman. Henry was born in France. He was a stone mason and farmed 1,000 acres.

(LaFaber), Mary Skeeters Wildman. 959, 960, 961. Died in Virginia. d/o Henry LaFaber. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) (g/n/u) Skeeters. No connection indicated between Mr Skeeters and the third husband of her daughter, Mary (Wildman) Langley McConkey Skeeters. (Husband #2) Jacob Wildman. f/o 9 children, 2 survived: Mary (Wildman) Langley McConkey Skeeters; Anna (Wildman). Deceased: John; Joseph; Jacob; Lewis; Ellen; Elizabeth; Frances.

(Laflen), Callie Dickinson. 213. w/o William Dickinson.

(Laird), Elizabeth S. Cornwell. 824, 827. b.1869. w/o William D. Cornwell. m/o Lydia (Cornwell) of Kansas; John Cornwell; Stella (Cornwell); Mabel (Cornwell), Gertrude (Cornwell); Ella (Cornwell); Jessie (Cornwell); Carrie (Cornwell) Hull.

Lamb, (g/n/u. 1095, 1096, 1097. h/o Clarkey J. (Horn) Lamb. Resident of Indiana.

Lamb, Abner. 967, 968. b.1791. d.1867/86. h/o Abigail (Trogdon) Lamb. f/o 7 children, 2 living: William H. Lamb, Bio 966, 967, 968; Mahala (Lamb) Davis. Abner left North Carolina moved to Indiana in 1814, moved to Clark County, Illinois in 1818, then to Elbridge Township, Edgar County in 1827.

Lamb, A. S. 991, 992. h/o Susan (Athon) Lamb. Residents of Aspen, Colorado.

(Lamb), Anna Volkers. 967, 968. d/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb. w/o William Volkers of Stratton Township.

Lamb, Calvin. 721, 722. Deceased. First husband of Isabelle (Armstrong) Lamb, Alison.

Lamb, Herman. 967, 968. s/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb. Resident of Olpe, Kansas.

Lamb, Isaac J. 967, 968. s/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb. A farmer in Stratton Township.

Lamb, Jasper N. 967, 968. s/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb. A resident of Vermilion.

(Lamb), Louisa Sovern. 967, 968. d/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb. w/o William Sovern of Hunter Township.

(Lamb), Mahala Davis. 967, 968. d/o Abner Lamb and Abigail (Trogdon) Lamb. w/o William Davis of Nebraska.

Lamb, Milton. 259, 260. h/o Elizabeth (Copeland) Lamb.

Lamb, Samuel. 967, 968. s/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb.

Lamb, Stephen. 260 d.1882. h/o Elizabeth (Kirkhart) Lamb Copeland.

Lamb, William. 878, 879. h/o Ann (McCulloch) Lamb. Residents of Tuscola.

Lamb, William H. Sr. Portrait 966. Bio 967, 968. b.1820. s/o Abner Lamb and Abigail (Trogdon) Lamb. h/o Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb. f/o 9 children, 2 deceased: Herman Lamb; Isaac J. Lamb; Jasper N. Lamb; Louisa (Lamb) Sovern; William H. Lamb; Samuel Lamb; Anna (Lamb) Volkers. Born in West Union, Clark County, Illinois, the only recorded move that William made was to 160 acres in Stratton Township.

Lamb, William H. Jr. 967, 968. s/o William H. Lamb and Mahala A. (Vansickle) Lamb.

(Lambdin), Edna V. 880, 881. d/o Stephen Lambdin and Clara E. (Rhoads) Lambdin. Resident of Marshall, Clark County, Illinois.

(Lambdin), Mabel V. 880, 881. d/o Marshall Lambdin and Clara E. (Rhoads) Lambdin. Resident of Marshall, Clark County, Illinois.

Lambdin, Stephen. 880, 881. h/o Clara E. (Rhoads) Lambdin. f/o Edna V. (Lambdin); Tessie C. (Lambdin); Mabel V. (Lambdin). Residents of Marshall, Clark County, Illinois.

(Lambdin), Tessie C. 880, 881. d/o Marshall Lambdin and Clara E. (Rhoads) Lambdin. Resident of Marshall, Clark County, Illinois.

Lambert, Rev. Joseph. 974, 977. h/o Anna (Chambers) Lambert. Joseph was a minister in a Mormon Church in Iowa.

Note on 716: LAMON/LEMON. The name Lemon was originally spelled Lamon, but the people of Danville called Dr. Theodore Lamon, Dr. Lemon, and the Doctor fell into that way of spelling it, until it has become the recognized orthography.

Lamon, (g/n/u). 715, 716. h/o (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. f/o Ann E. (Lamon) Turner; Dr Charles E. Lamon; Ella E. (Lamon) Moores; George Lamon; James C. Lamon; John E Lamon; Joseph B. Lamon; Lucy A. (Lamon) Cunningham; Mary E. (Lamon); Rebecca R. (Lamon) Cromwell; R. Bruce Lamon; Virginia D. (Lamon) Moores.

Lamon and Lamon. 327, 328 Drugstore where Alva M. Turner worked.

(Lamon), Ann E. Turner. 715, 716. Deceased. d/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. w/o Carlisle Turner.

Lamon, Dr. Charles E. 715, 716. Deceased. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. Charles was a physician in Fairmount.

(Lamon), Ella E. Moores. 715, 716. d/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. w/o L. R.. Moores, deceased, of Oregon. Sister Virginia also married into the Moores family, and also lived in Oregon.

Lamon, George. 715, 716. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. George was a farmer in Texas.

Lamon, James C. 715, 716. Deceased. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon.

Lamon, John E. 715, 716. Deceased. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. Died in the Civil War, grave unknown, in the south.

Lamon, Joseph B. 715, 716. Deceased. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. Joseph came to Vermilion County in 1835, making the trip from Virginia by horse and wagon, in the company of his uncle, Rev. James Chenoweth who was making his way West.

(Lamon), Lucy A Cunningham. 715, 716. Deceased. d/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. w/o W. T. Cunningham.

(Lamon), Mary E. 715, 716. d/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon.

(Lamon), Rebecca Cromwell. 715, 716. Deceased. d/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. w/o Dr. Cromwell, also deceased.

Lamon, R. Bruce. 808, 809, 810. 715, 716. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. h/o Lucy A. (Alexander) Lamon. Judge Advocate of the Pension Department, Washington, D. C.

Lamon, Theodore, M.D. See Lemon, Theodore, MD.

(Lamon), Virginia D. Moores. 715, 716. d/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. w/o John H. Moores of Oregon. Note: Sister Ella also married into the Moores family, and also lived in Oregon.

Lamon, Ward. 715, 716. Cousin of Dr. Theodore Lemon (correct). Ward was Abraham Lincoln's friend, biographer, counselor, and self-appointed guard of Lincoln. He had been Lincoln's law partner in Danville.

Lancaster, (g/n/u). 730, 731. h/o Mary J. (Patton) Lancaster.

Lancaster, James L. 1068, 1069, 1070. f/o Sarah (Lancaster) Jones.

(Lancaster), Sarah Jones 1068, 1069, 1070. d/o James L. Lancaster. w/o J. H. Jones. m/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).

Lane, Alfred. 476, 477. First husband of Cenith (Snyder) Lane Norman.

(Lane), Alice Goodwine. 207, 208. w/o John Goodwine. m/o John Goodwine; Wilbur Goodwine; Nora (Goodwine); Ulysses Goodwine; Cora (Goodwine); Villa Goodwine.

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

Lane, John V. 417, 418. h/o Hattie J. (Rickart) Lane.

Lane, Joseph. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

(Lane), Mary Robison. 285, 286. w/o Thomas Robison. m/o Evelyn (Robison) Herron.

Lane, Vinton 417, 418. h/o Sarah J. (Crawford) Lane.

Lange Brothers. Property 956. Bio 957, 958. Family business owned and shared by Frederick W. Lange and brother Charles G. Lange in Shiloh Township. The land was one body of 800 acres in Shiloh Township, 4-1/2 miles from Hume, Illinois. There were 7 acres of apple trees, 5 acres of walnut trees, they fed 175 shorthorn cattle, and maintained 12 draft horses in 3 teams. See Bios of Frederick and Charles.

Lange, Albert. 957, 958. s/o Charles G. Lange and Mary (Miller) Lange.

Lange, Carl. 957, 958. s/o Charles G. Lange and Mary (Miller) Lange.

Lange, Charles G. Property 956. Bio 957, 958. b.1836 in Prussia. s/o Frederick W. Lange, Sr., and Rosina (Miller) Lange, both of Prussia. h/o Mary (Miller) Lange, also of Prussia. f/o Daniel Lange; Franz Lange; Carl Lange; Albert Lange. Brother Frederick was the first of the family to come to America. When Charles was 19 years old, he came to America with his parents in 1855 or 1856. Frederick and their father formed a partnership that continued until the father died in 1858. Charles then became a partner with his brother, forming Lang Brothers. (Note: Wife, Mary, and mother Rosina, have the same maiden name, Miller. No information was included regarding any connection.)

Lange, Daniel. 957, 958. s/o Charles G. Lange and Mary (Miller) Lange.

Lange, Franz. 957, 958. s/o Charles G. Lange and Mary (Miller) Lange.

Lange, Frederick W. Sr. Property 956. Bio 957, 958. b.1805 in Prussia. d.1858/54. h/o Rosina (Miller) Lange, also from Prussia. f/o Frederick W. Lange, Jr.; Charles G. Lange. Frederick owned a small farm in Prussia until 1855 when the family joined son Frederick in Illinois. He purchased 80 acres in Shiloh Township and formed a partnership with son Frederick until he (Frederick Sr.) died in 1858.

Lange, Frederick W. Jr. Property 956. Bio 957, 958. b.1834 in Prussia. s/o Frederick W. Lange, Sr., and Rosina (Miller) Lange, both of Prussia. Frederik was unmarried. Frederick worked as a butcher until age 20 when he left Prussia in 1854 on the "Joan" at Brennan, and sailed for 42 days to New York City He had 2 cents. He worked for a farmer for $7 per month. He left by rail to Terre Haute, Indiana, then walked to Paris, Edgar County, Illinois. He worked on a railroad for 6 months, then worked as a butcher in Paris, Illinois for a year. In 1856, he was joined by his father, mother and only brother. Frederick and his father formed a partnership that continued until the father died in 1858. Charles then became a partner with his brother, forming Lange Brothers.

Langley, (g/n/u) 697, 698. f/o Nathaniel Langley. Mr. Langley was a pioneer of Nelson County, Kentucky.

(Langley), Bessie. 697, 698. d/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

Langley, Casper James. Bio 697, 698. b.1835. s/o Nathaniel Langley and Margaret (Holtshouser) Langley. h/o Isabelle (Anderson) Langley. f/o Leona (Langley); Nora (Langley); Margaret (Langley); Hortense (Langley); Roscoe C. Langley; Joseph Langley; Bessie (Langley); James Blaine Langley. Born after the family's 1830 move to Danville, Casper recalled hunting the plentiful game when he was young. He was 13 when his father died in 1848. Casper owned 136 acres by 1889.

(Langley), Elizabeth Stevenson. 697, 698. d.1848. d/o Nathaniel Langley and Margaret (Holtshouser) Langley. w/o John Stevenson.

Langley, George. 959, 960, 961. Died 1849. First husband of Mary (Wildman) Langley McConkey Skeeters.

(Langley), Hortense. 697, 698. d/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

(Langley), Isabelle. 697, 698. d/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

Langley, James Blaine. 697, 698. s/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

Langley), Joseph. 697, 698. s/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

(Langley), Leona. 697, 698. d/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

(Langley), Margaret. 697, 698. d/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

Langley, Nathaniel. 697, 698. d.1848. s/o (g/n/u) Langley, a pioneer of Nelson County, Kentucky. h/o Margaret (Holtshouser) Langley. f/o Elizabeth (Langley) Stevenson; Thomas Langley, deceased; Charles Langley, deceased; Casper Langley. Nathaniel left Kentucky in 1830 using 2 teams. After a first purchase of 70 acres of timber land in Danville Township, he next purchased 200 acres. At that time, there were no railroad connections. Chicago was 125 miles away, a 7 to 10 day trip.

(Langley), Nora. 697, 698. d/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley. Langley), Roscoe C. 697, 698. s/o Casper James Langley and Isabelle (Anderson) Langley.

Langsdon, Morton. 403, 404, 407. h/o Mildred (Miller) Langsdon. Morton was a farmer.

Lanham, Andrew. 218, 219. h/o Eva (Smith) Lanham. f/o 3. Residents of Blount Township.

Lapham, M. A. 704, 705, 706. h/o Mary F. (Frazier) Lapham. f/o 2 children.

(Lappin), Hannah Noel. 256, 257 w/o Shelby P. Noel. m/o Percy Noel; Leo Noel; Loda Bell (Noel); Arthur Raymond Noel.

(Laramore), (g/n/u) Ball. 644, 645. w/o Scott Ball. m/o 3 children. The Balls lived in Colorado, where Scott farmed.

Larkin, James. 526, 527, 528. h/o Emma (Morse) Larkin, deceased. f/o 1 child.

(Larrance), Alice Canady. 734, 735. b.1867. d/o Jonathan Larrance and Hannah (McGee) Larrance. w/o Charles Canady

Larrance, Allen J. 499, 500. s/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

(Larrance), Annie. 734, 735. d/o Perry M. Larrance and Nancy E (Black) Larrance.

Larrance, Art. 499, 500. s/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

Larrance, Bert. 499, 500. s/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

(Larrance), Betsy Fellows. 499, 500. d/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. w/o Carrol Fellows. m/o Sylvanus Fellows; Cyrus Fellows; Louisa (Fellows); Charley Fellows; Oliver Fellows; Alice (Fellows); Jane (Fellows).

Larrance, Cass. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Mary (Baum) Larrance.

Larrance, Cassius. 499, 500. s/o William Larrance and first wife Ella (Patterson) Larrance. Larrance, Cephes 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Mary (Baum) Larrance.

(Larrance) Charity Thompson. 499, 500. d/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. w/o Frank Thompson. m/o Odbert Thompson; Golden (Thompson).

Larrance, Charles. 499, 500. s/o William Larrance and first wife Ella (Patterson) Larrance.

Larrance, Claude E. 610, 613. s/o Oscar Larrance and Dora C. (Mendenhall) Larrance.

Larrance, David. 499, 500. s/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. h/o Caroline (Tuggle) Larrance; f/o Moses L. Larrance; Morton M. Larrance.

(Larrance), Ella. 499, 500. d/o John Larrance and Mary (Baum) Larrance.

(Larrance), Emily Canaday. 499, 500. d/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. w/o John Canaday. m/o Cora (Canaday); Grace (Canaday); Charity J. (Canaday); Florence (Canaday); Flora (Canaday).

Larrance, Frank. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Mary (Baum) Larrance.

Larrance, Frederick 499, 500. s/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

Larrance, George S. 610, 613. s/o Oscar Larrance and Dora C. (Mendenhall) Larrance.

Larrance, Henry. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Mary (Baum) Larrance.

Larrance, Hugh M. 610, 613. s/o Oscar Larrance and Dora C. (Mendenhall) Larrance.

Larrance, Isaac. 487, 488, 489. h/o Mary A. (Canaday) Larrance.

Larrance, Isaac. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Ruth (Mills) Larrance.

Larrance, John. 499, 500. h/o Ruth (Mills) Larrance. f/o 9 children, 5 living: Moses Larrance; Leroy Larrance; William Larrance; Isaac Larrance; Lanty Larrance. Deceased children: Edith; Jane; Richard; Jonathan, Bio 734, 735; unnamed infant. John came to Illinois in 1827, acquired 210 acres, erected a 1-room cabin of round logs. The floor was of split logs with the flat side up. Food was cooked by the fireplace, baking was done in a brick oven. In 1836, John bought a cookstove.

Larrance, John. 499, 500. s/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. h/o Mary (Baum) Larrance. f/o Ella (Larrance); Frank Larrance; Henry Larrance; Rosa (Larrance) Cass Larrance; Cephes Larrance.

Larrance, John. 734, 735. b.1865. s/o Jonathan Larrance and Hannah (McGee) Larrance.

Larrance, Jonathan. Bio 734, 735. b.1834. d.1885/51. s/o John Larrance and Ruth (Mills) Larrance. h/o Hannah (McGee) Larrance. f/o 7 children, 6 living: Perry M. Larrance; John Larrance; Alice (Larrance) Canady; Laura (Larrance); Mark Larrance; Martha (Larrance); Marion died at 2 years. A Quaker, John studied at Vermilion Seminary, later Vermilion Academy. Jonathan farmed his 295 acres, which were later divided among his heirs. He had a half interest in Ridge Farm Tile Factory, but sold it.

Larrance, Lanty. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Ruth (Mills) Larrance.

(Larrance), Laura. 734, 735. b.1870. d/o Jonathan Larrance and Hannah (McGee) Larrance.

Larrance, Leroy. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Ruth (Mills) Larrance.

(Larrance), Lydia Nier. 499, 500. d/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. w/o William Nier. m/o Ida (Nier); Mark Nier.

Larrance, Mark. 734, 735. b.1871. s/o Jonathan Larrance and Hannah (McGee) Larrance.

(Larrance), Martha. 734, 735. b.1876. d/o Jonathan Larrance and Hannah (McGee) Larrance.

(Larrance), Maude 499, 500. d/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

Larrance, Morton M. 499, 500. s/o David Larrance and Caroline (Tuggle) Larrance.

Larrance, Moses. Bio 499, 500. b. 1818. s/o John Larrance and Ruth (Mills) Larrance. h/o Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. f/o 13 children, 9 living and grown: John Larrance, William Larrance; Betsey (Larrance) Fellows; Richard Larrance; Emily (Larrance) Canaday; Charity (Larrance) Thompson; Lydia (Larrance) Nier; David Larrance; Paris Larrance. Moses studied in a pioneer schoolhouse for only 3 months, all his parents could afford He began with 340 acres, doing general farming. He gave 600 acres to his children, of which 180 acres were from the government.

Larrance, Moses L. 499, 500. s/o David Larrance and Caroline (Tuggle) Larrance.

Larrance, Oscar. 610, 613. h/o Dora C. (Mendenhall) Larrance. f/o 3: George S. Larrance; Hugh M. Larrance; Claude E. Larrance.

Larrance, Paris. 499, 500. s/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. h/o Martha (Snyder) Larrance. f/o Viola (Larrance) deceased.

Larrance, Perry M. 734, 735. b.1862. s/o Jonathan Larrance and Hannah (McGee) Larrance. h/o Nancy E. (Black) Larrance. f/o Annie (Larrance). Perry and his family lived on part of the old homestead.

Larrance, Richard. 499, 500. s/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. h/o Jane (Wheeler) Larrance. f/o Allen J. Larrance; Bert Larrance; Maude (Larrance); Frederick Larrance; Art Larrance; Thomas Larrance; Samuel Larrance.

(Larrance), Rosa. 499, 500. d/o John Larrance and Mary (Baum) Larrance.

Larrance, Samuel 499, 500. s/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

Larrance, Thomas. 499, 500. s/o Richard Larrance and Jane (Wheeler) Larrance.

Larrance, William. 499, 500. s/o John Larrance and Ruth (Mills) Larrance.

Larrance, William. 499, 500. s/o Moses L. Larrance and Nancy (Mendenhall) Larrance. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Ella (Patterson) Larrance. m/o Charles Larrance; Cassius Larrance. (Wife #2) Betsey Frasier.

(Latlen), Callie. 212, 213. w/o William Dickinson.

Laufman, Cyrus. 792, 793. s/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman.

Laufman, Edward. 792, 793. s/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. h/o Nancy (Welch) Laufman. f/o 3 children.

(Laufman), Harriet Campbell. 792, 793. d/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. w/o Nelson Campbell. m/o 1 child.

Laufman, Jacob. 792, 793. s/o Philip Laufman and Mary E. (Pence) Laufman. h/o Margaret (Keefer) Laufman. f/o Keefer Laufman. Jacob was a tanner and established his own tanyard. Later he added 80 acres with heavy timbers for tan bark. Jacob was in the War of 1812 and fought in the defense of Baltimore.

Laufman, Jacob. 792, 793. s/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. h/o Katie (Lewis) Laufman. f/o 2 children.

Laufman, Keefer. Bio 792, 793. 844, 847. b.1824. s/o Jacob Laufman and Margaret (Keefer) Laufman. h/o Harriet (Shively) Laufman. f/o Roseltha (Laufman) Snedeker; Orlando Laufman, deceased; Edward Laufman; Mary (Laufman) McFarland; Jacob Laufman; Margaret (Laufman) Forsythe; William Laufman; Harriet (Laufman) Campbell; Cyrus Laufman. See for moves of early childhood before arriving in Illinois in 1838. Keefer worked in his father's tanyard until 1846 when he joined the 4th Illinois Infantry, Co. H. under the command of E. D. Baker in the Mexican War. As Second Sergeant, he fought a the bombardment of Vera Cruz, and battle of Cerro Gordo. During his service, he saved $8 pay per month, enough for 40 acres which he bought after the war. He increased his land holdings to 210 acres in Sims Township. See for local community involvement.

(Laufman), Margaret Forsythe. 792, 793. d/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. w/o Goodman Forsythe. m/o 3 children.

(Laufman), Mary McFarland. 792, 793. d/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. w/o Charles McFarland of Terre Haute. m/o 4 children.

Laufman, Orlando. 792, 793. Deceased. s/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. h/o Sarah J. (Morton) Laufman. f/o 6 children.

Laufman, Philip. 792, 793. b.1767. h/o Mary E. (Pence) Laufman. f/o 8 children, including second born Jacob Laufman. At age 15 in 1782, Philip entered the Revolutionary War, serving under direct command of General Washington. Philip was present at the surrender of Cornwallis in 1783.

(Laufman), Roseltha Snedeker. 792, 793. d/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman. w/o Garrett Snedeker.

Laufman, William. 792, 793. s/o Keefer Laufman and Harriet (Shively) Laufman.

Laugher, Charles B. 1044, 1045. s/o John Laugher and Diana (Hickey) Blair Laugher.

Laugher, Frederick. 1044, 1045. f/o John Laugher.

Laugher, John. 1044, 1045. s/o Frederick Laugher. Second husband of Diana (Hickey) Blair Laugher. f/o John W. Laugher; Charles B. Laugher; Leroy Laugher.

Laugher, John W. 1044, 1045. s/o John Laugher and Diana (Hickey) Blair Laugher.

Laugher, Leroy. 1044, 1045. s/o John Laugher and Diana (Hickey) Blair Laugher.

Laughlin, John W. 844, 847. h/o Mary S. (Zimmerly) Laughlin.

Lauher/Locher. 1061, 1062. A Swiss name, it was originally spelled "Locher,", but spelled Lauher in America.

Lauher, Benjamin F. 1061, 1062. s/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher.

Lauher, Edward. 1061, 1062. Adopted son of William M. Lauher. Edward was a traveling salesman for Quinn and Gray, of Little Rock, Arkansas.

(Lauher), Elizabeth Roberts. 1061, 1062. d/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher. w/o (g/n/u) Roberts.

Lauher, Evan S. 1061, 1062. s/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher.

Lauher, Frederick. 1061, 1062. h/o Anna (Kellar) Lauher. f/o 10 children: Elizabeth (Lauher) Roberts; William M. Lauher; John F. Lauher; Evan S. Lauher; Mary J. (Lauher) Coons; James K Lauher; Nancy M. (Lauher) Allen; Benjamin F. Lauher. Deceased children: Margaret (Lauher); Jacob Lauher. Arriving from Switzerland, Frederick settled in Ohio, then in 1830 moved to Illinois. He served in the Black Hawk War. He moved from Clark County to Edgar County in 1836.

Lauher, Frederick. 1064, 1065. s/o James Lauher and Sarah (Stokes) Lauher.

Lauher, James K. 1061, 1062. s/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher. 1064, 1065. h/o Sarah (Stokes) Lauher. f/o Norah (Lauher); Frederick Lauher; William Lauher.

Lauher, John F. 1061, 1062. s/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher.

(Lauher), Mary. 1061, 1062. b.1889. d/o William M. Lauher and second wife Caroline (Shuman) Lauher.

(Lauher), Mary J. Coons. 1061, 1062. d/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher. w/o (g/n/u) Coonss.

(Lauher), Maude 1061, 1062. b.1887. d/o William M. Lauher and 2nd wife Caroline (Shuman) Lauher. Lauher), Nancy M. Allen. 1061, 1062. d/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher. w/o (g/n/u) Allen.

(Lauher), Norah. 1064, 1065. d/o James Lauher and Sarah (Stokes) Lauher.

Lauher, William. 1064, 1065. s/o James Lauher and Sarah (Stokes) Lauher

Lauher, William M. Bio 1061, 1062. b.1834. s/o Frederick Lauher and Anna (Kellar) Lauher, both from Switzerland. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Martha A. (Griffin) Lauher. (Wife #2) Caroline (Shuman) Lauher. m/o Maude (Lauher); Mary (Lauher). William adopted Edward W. Lauher. In 1849, William was apprenticed at the blacksmith trade for 5 years at $3.50 per month in the shop of James S. O'Hair. William was a journeyman for two years and took charge of a shop where he learned the trade, staying until 1859 when he moved to Kansas. In 1881 he was senior member of W. M. Lauher & Co,, doing an annual business from $10,000 to $12,000, selling agricultural implements, buggies, wagons, etc. William sold Abbot buggies of Chicago, Studebaker wagons, and other road vehicles.

Lavering, Elmer. 819, 820. h/o Lydia T. (Dains) Lavering. f/o one child. Residents of Palermo.

Law, John W. 1077, 1078. h/o Laurie E. Hoult Law.

(Law), Margery M. Lewis. 942, 943. Second wife of Cyrus Lewis. m/o George C. Lewis; John A. Lewis; Maggie L. (Lewis). Margery was a teacher.

Lawrence, John. 197, 198. h/o Laurel (Buhl) Lawrence. John was a boot and shoe merchant in Danville.

Lawrence, John G. 788, 789. d.1869. f/o Rachel (Lawrence) Curtis. John moved to Illinois in 1833 where he led an active live, including being a Justice of the Peace.

Lawrence, P. 615, 616. h/o Martha A. (Snyder) Lawrence. Mr. Lawrence was a farmer.

(Lawrence), Rachel Curtis. 788, 789. b.1829. d/o John G. Lawrence. w/o Isaac H. Curtis; m/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. Note: At the end of the list of children on 789 is the sentence:..., all of whom, with the exception of Isaac, are at home with their parents. No mention of the name "Isaac H. Curtis, Jr, is included in the list, but is added to this index.

(Lawrence), Sarah E. Baldwin. 214, 215, 216. w/o Perry A. Baldwin. m/o Maude (Baldwin); Ellen (Baldwin); Lester Baldwin; Rosa (Baldwin).

Lawson, James D. 542, 545. New Jersey resident who took 9-year-old George Heileman into bondage for 7 years, then bound him over to another person.

(Laycock), Martha Martin. 418, 419, 420. d/o William Laycock and (g/n/u) (Harper) Laycock. w/o Hudson Martin.

Laycock, William 418, 419, 420. h/o (g/n/u) (Harper) Laycock. f/o Martha (Laycock) Martin. William improved a farm, made buildings, but lost it all because someone else had a prior claim.

(Layton), Anna Cardell. 685, 686. d/o David Layton and Martha (Wilson) Layton. w/o Charles Cardell.

Layton, Charles. 685, 686. s/o David Layton and Martha (Wilson) Layton.

Layton, C. Grant. 685, 686. s/o David Layton and Martha (Wilson) Layton. Grant ran a grocery and hardware business at Potomac.

Layton, David. Bio 685, 686. b.1828. s/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton. h/o Martha (Wilson) Layton. f/o Charles Layton; Anna (Layton) Cardell; Grant Layton; William, died at age 15. David began life very poor, but prospered as seen in the transformation from a log house on his property to his brick estate. He attended subscription school. He was on his own in 1850, took a steamboat at Dunkirk, New York, sailed to Toledo (Ohio), then took a canal to Covington, Indiana. There he worked for 5 years on the farm of R. D. Brown. The first year he was paid $10 per month, and his wage gradually increased to $25 per month by the end of the 5th year. He purchased a ditching machine, and earned from $1,000 to $1,200 per year for several years. In 1863 he settled on his 70 acre farm that he later increased to 210 acres, plus 9 acres of timber.

(Layton), Elizabeth. 685, 686. d/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

Layton, Franklin. 685, 686. s/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

Layton, George. 685, 686. s/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

(Layton), Harriet. 685, 686. d/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

Layton, Jacob. 685, 686. s/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

Layton, James E. 685, 686. s/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

Layton, Job. 685, 686. Second born child of John Layton and first wife, name not included. h/o Rachel (Rounds) Layton. f/o David Layton, Bio 685, 686; John Layton, Jacob Layton, James E. Layton; Franklin Layton; George Layton; Elizabeth (Layton); Harriet (Layton); one infant deceased.

Layton, John. 685, 686. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Name not included. m/o 8 children including second born Job Layton. (Wife #2) Mrs. Ayers Layton. No additional information. John moved from New Jersey to New York State.

Layton, John. 685, 686. s/o Job Layton and Rachel (Rounds) Layton.

Layton, W. C. 698, 699. h/o Luella (Sconce) Layton. W. C. was a farmer.

Leach, Albert W. 538. s/o Benjamin F. Leach and Alma J. (Baldwin) Leach.

Leach, Benjamin F. Bio 538. b.1846. s/o William Leach and Mary (Monroe) Leach. h/o Alma J. (Baldwin) Leach. f/o Albert W. Leach; Richard B. Leach; Mary E. (Leach); Nellie C. (Leach). Benjamin came to Vermilion County in 1852, as a child of 6. The family pulled together after the father died when Benjamin was only 7 years old. Benjamin has been a teacher, farmer, grain weigher of Humrick. He retired from farming in 1886, at the age of 40. He was Tax Collector, Highway Commissioner, and Justice of the Peace. Note: Birth date of 1846 doesn't agree with marriage date; according to the bio, Benjamin was married in 1875 at age 24, which would have made his birth date 1851.

Leach, Henry C. 538. s/o William Leach and Mary (Monroe) Leach. Henry lived in Arkansas.

(Leach), Mary C. Carney 538. d/o William Leach and Mary (Monroe) Leach. Mary lived in Arkansas.

(Leach), Mary E. 538. d/o Benjamin F. Leach and Alma J. (Baldwin) Leach.

(Leach), Nellie C. 538. d/o Benjamin F. Leach and Alma J. (Baldwin) Leach.

Leach, Richard B. 538. s/o Benjamin F. Leach and Alma J. (Baldwin) Leach.

(Leach), Sarah A. Parker 538. d/o William Leach and Mary (Monroe) Leach. Sarah lived in Missouri.

Leach, William. 538. d.1853. h/o Mary (Monroe) Leach. f/o 14 children, 5 living: Sarah A. (Leach) Parker; William M. Leach; Henry C. Leach; Mary C. (Leach) Carney; Benjamin F. Leach.

Leach, William M. 538. s/o William Leach and Mary (Monroe) Leach. William lived in Kansas.

(Ledgerwood), Blanche Hodge. 812, 813, 814. d/o William Ledgerwood. w/o Hugar Hodge. m/o Walter M. Hodge.

Ledgerwood, Edward. 812, 813, 814. s/o William Ledgerwood.

(Ledgerwood), Elizabeth McPhillips. 812, 813, 814. d/o William Ledgerwood. w/o Harry McPhillips. m/o Letha (McPhillips)

(Ledgerwood), Florence. 812, 813, 814. d/o William Ledgerwood.

(Ledgerwood), Nancy Culbertson. 812, 813, 814. d/o William Ledgerwood. w/o William G. Culbertson. No children listed, although family mentioned.

Ledgerwood, Samuel. 812, 813, 814. s/o William Ledgerwood.

(Ledgerwood), Sarah. 812, 813, 814. Deceased. d/o William Ledgerwood.

Ledgerwood, William. 812, 813, 814. f/o William Ledgerwood; Elizabeth (Ledgerwood) McPhillips; Blanche (Ledgerwood) Hodge; Florence (Ledgerwood); Edward Ledgerwood; Samuel Ledgerwood; Nancy (Ledgerwood) Culbertson; Sarah (Ledgerwood) deceased. When William moved to Carlisle, Indiana, he brought slaves with him.

Ledgerwood, William. 812, 813, 814. s/o William Ledgerwood. h/o Pauline (Townsend) Ledgerwood.

(Lee), Anna May. 1045, 1046, 1047. d/o John T. Lee and Mary J. (Poulter) Lee.

Lee, Charles. 910, 911. h/o Estella G (Sayre) Lee. Charles was a carpenter in Prairie Township.

Lee, Charles Clyde. 1045, 1046, 1047. s/o John T. Lee and Mary J. (Poulter) Lee.

Lee, Clarence. 211, 212. s/o Thomas Lee and Grace (Huxtable) Lee. h/o Ada (Redden) Lee. Residents of Butler Township.

Lee, Delmer. 211, 212. s/o Thomas Lee and Susanna (Davey) Lee.

(Lee), Elizabeth Stearns. 422, 423. 452, 453. b.1819. d.1887/67. d/o William Henry Lee and Rebecca (m/n/u) Lee. w/o Alvin Stearns. m/o Lawson Stearns; Ersom Stearns; Rocella J. (Stearns) Craig. Note: Sisters Priscilla (Lee) and Elizabeth (Lee) married brothers Alvin and Calvin Stearns.

Lee, Henry. See William Henry Lee.

Lee, Herschel J. 211, 212 s/o Thomas Lee and Susanna (Davey) Lee. Herschel spent a lot of time in the far West.

(Lee), Jennie 211, 212.. d/o Thomas Lee and Grace (Huxtable) Lee.

Lee, John T. 1045, 1046, 1047. h/o Mary J.(Poulter) Lee. f/o Anna May (Lee); Charles Clyde Lee. Residents of Westfield, Clark County, Illinois.

(Lee), Lizzie Briggs 211, 212. d/o Thomas Lee and Grace (Huxtable) Lee. w/o Loren Briggs. m/o two children.

Lee, Morris. 211, 212. s/o Thomas Lee and Susanna (Davey) Lee.

Lee, Newton. 211, 212. s/o Thomas Lee and Susanna (Davey) Lee.

(Lee), Priscilla Stearns. 452, 453. d. 1850. d/o William Henry Lee and Rebecca (m/n/u) Lee. First wife of Calvin Stearns. m/o Eveline (Stearns). Note: Sisters Priscilla (Lee) and Elizabeth (Lee) married brothers Alvin and Calvin.

(Lee), Susan Reid. 634, 635. First wife of Joseph C. Reid. m/o Mary M. (Reid) Scott. Susan was a descendant of General Richard Henry Lee of the Revolutionary War.

Lee, Thomas. Bio 211, 212. b.1838 in England. s/o William Lee and Susanna (Davey) Lee 212. h/o Grace (Huxtable) Lee, also born in England. f/o 8 children, 7 living: Herschel J. Lee; Lizzie (Lee) Briggs; Clarence Lee; Delmer Lee; Newton Lee; Jennie (Lee); Morris Lee. Thomas left England alone, and arrived in Illinois in 1856. His land holdings grew to 120 acres.

Lee, William. 211, 212. Born in England, and died there. h/o Susanna (Davey) Lee. f/o 5 sons, including Thomas Lee, and 3 daughters. After William died, Susanna came to America with five sons and one daughter, two daughters remaining in England.

Lee, William. 847, 848. h/o Luella (Allen) Lee. William was in the lumber business in Puget Sound, Washington.

Lee, William Henry. 422, 423. 452, 453. h/o Rebecca (m/n/u) Lee. f/o 8 children including Priscilla (Lee) Stearns who died in 1850, and Elizabeth (Lee) Stearns, the only survivor. William came to Illinois in 1829, settling near the Stearns family. Sisters Elizabeth and Priscilla married brothers, Calvin and Alvin Stearns. Note: The Henry Lee who was listed as the father of Priscilla (Lee) 452, 453, was probably a shortened version of the full name, William Henry Lee. Also, the William Lee who was listed as the father of Elizabeth (Lee) 422, 423, was probably a shortened version of the full name, William Henry Lee.

Leeka, Charles Frederick. 333, 334 s/o Jesse Leeka and Rebecca A. (Macy) Leeka. h/o Ida (Aylessworth) Leeka. f/o 4, one living.

Leeka, Christian, Sr. 333, 334. Born in Germany. Married an American woman of German parentage. f/o Jackson Leeka; Henry Leeka; Philip Leeka; Christian Leeka Jr. who died in service in Florida in the Seminole War. Christian was sent to America by the British government to subjugate American colonists, but Christian was ill the whole time.

Leeka, Christian, Jr. 333, 334 s/o Christian Leeka and an American woman of German parentage. Died while in service with Jackson in Florida in the Seminole War.

Leeka, Daniel Cary. 333, 334. s/o Jesse Leeka and Rebecca A. (Macy) Leeka.

Leeka, Francis Edgar. 333, 334. s/o Jesse Leeka and Rebecca A. (Macy) Leeka. h/o Sadie (Sisson) Leeka.

Leeka, Henry. 333, 334. s/o Christian Leeka and an American woman of German parentage. Served in the Seminole War with General Jackson. Henry served as a Justice of the Peace in Indiana for 18 years.

Leeka, Jackson. 333, 334. s/o Christian Leeka and an American woman of German parentage.

Leeka, Jesse M.D. Bio 333, 334. b.1830. s/o Philip Leeka and Elizabeth (Hodson) Leeka. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Rebecca A. (Macy) Leeka. m/o Cora A. (Leeka) who died at 12; Francis Edgar Leeka, deceased; Charles Frederick Leeka, deceased; William L. Leeka; Daniel Cary Leeka. (Wife #2) Elizabeth J. (Timmons) Leeka. Jesse began as a cabinet maker and farmer. See for illustrious pre-war career, then service in Co E 9th Indiana Cavalry with Hood's campaign. However, he was ill most of the time. Jessee began medical studies in 1876, and graduated in 1878.

Leeka, Philip. 333, 334 b.1799. d.1884/85 s/o Christian Leeka from Germany, and unnamed American woman of German parentage. h/o Elizabeth (Hodson) Leeka. f/o 10 children, with Jesse Leeka as the 5th born. Philip taught school and farmed.

Leeka, William L. 333, 334 s/o Jesse Leeka and Rebecca A (Macy) Leeka. h/o Mary (Gibson) Leeka. f/o 3.

Leemon, Charles N. 297, 298, 299. s/o John Leemon and Lodema (Brown) Leemon.

(Leemon), Edith. 297, 298, 299 d/o John Leemon and Lodema (Brown) Leemon.

Leemon, John. Residence and farm 294, 295; Biography 297, 298, 299. b.1829 in Ireland of Scottish parents. s/o Thomas Leemon and Elizabeth (Thompson) Leemon. h/o Lodema (Brown) Leemon. f/o Izele (Leemon) who died at 12; Lida (Leemon); Robert A. Leemon; John A. Leemon; Charles N. Leemon; Edith (Leemon). Immigrated to America at age 21 in 1850, and his family followed in 1854. John boarded with Mr. Hoopes; he husked corn for 50¢ per day plus board. He acquired 411 acres of wild land, full of animals such as herds of deer numbering as many as 75. He built a small house in 1857 and wolves stole deer meat at the door. John plowed all night and rested part of the day because of flies. He eventually owned 1,080 acres in one body, plus other holdings. He prospered and became director of a new bank.

Leemon, John A. 297, 298, 299. s/o John Leemon and Lodema (Brown) Leemon.

(Leemon), Lida. 297, 298, 299. d/o John Leemon and Lodema (Brown) Leemon.

Leemon, Robert A. 297, 298, 299. s/o John Leemon and Lodema (Brown) Leemon.

Leemon, Samuel. 297, 298, 299. s/o Thomas Leemon and Elizabeth (Thompson) Leemon.

Leemon, Thomas. 297, 298, 299. d.1862 h/o Elizabeth (Thompson) Leemon. f/o 6 children including John Leemon; Samuel Leemon; William Leemon. Descended from Scots who were driven out of Scotland to Ireland, the family moved to America in 1854.

Leemon, William. 297, 298, 299. s/o Thomas Leemon and Elizabeth (Thompson) Leemon.

(Leeper), Elizabeth Dixon. 656, 657. w/o John) Dixon. m/o Elizabeth (Dixon) Long.

(Legate), Catherine McFerren. 993, 994. d/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate. w/o R. B. McFerren, a farmer in Kansas.

Legate, Edmund. 993, 994. s/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate. Resident of Paris, Illinois.

(Legate), Elizabeth C. Scott. 818, 819. 841, 842. 910, 911; 993, 994. b.1821. d.1869/48. d/o Robert Legate and Catherine (Mearse) Legate Sayre. w/o William Scott, deceased. m/o Robert Scott; Israel D. Scott, Bio and Residence 816, 818, 819; Samuel Scott, Bio 841, 842; John M. Scott; Albert Scott; Lemuel Scott; Rebecca (Scott); William M. Scott; Norval D. Scott; Franklin Scott. After Elizabeth's father died in 1822 when Elizabeth was a year old, her mother married Israel D. Sayre. Elizabeth came to Illinois with her mother, brother John M. Legate, and stepfather Israel D. Sayre in 1830 at age 9.

(Legate), Emma. 993, 994. d/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate.

Legate, Francis M. 993, 994. s/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate. Francis operated the home farm.

Legate, Captain John. 818, 819. 841, 842. 993, 994. Born in North Ireland. f/o Robert Legate. John was a captain in the Revolutionary War under General Marion. Captain Legate settled first in Tennessee and then moved to 160 acres in Ohio. Legate, John M. Bio 993, 994; 910, 911. b.1819. s/o Robert Legate and Catherine (Mearse) Legate Sayre. h/o Susan (Clark) Legate. f/o Francis M. Legate; Edmund Legate; William H. Legate; Nancy (Legate) Liniger (or Limger); Malinda (Legate) Boz; Emma (Legate); Sarah (Legate); Mary (Legate) deceased; Ellsworth Legate, deceased. After his father died, John was raised by his Grandmother Legate. In 1830, age 21, John traveled to Illinois with his stepfather, Israel D. Sayre, his mother and sister Elizabeth (Legate) Scott ), by wagon. The land was completely untouched, and he saw 42 deer in one herd. In 1841 he left home, in 1842 he bought an improved 160 acre farm in Edgar Township. His next move was in 1854 when he moved to 225 acres in Prairie Township, his land holdings then totaling 400 acres. In 1886 the house was destroyed by fire (perhaps arson), but John built a better and larger home. See also Bio of sister Elizabeth C. (Legate) Scott, 818, 819.

(Legate), Malinda Boz. 993, 994. d/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate. w/o Arvill Boz of Prairie Township.

(Legate), Nancy Limger. 993, 994. d/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate. w/o Joseph Limger. Residents of Prairie Township.

Legate, Robert. 818, 819. b.1799. d.1822/23. or 993, 994. b.1802. d.1823/21. First husband of Catherine (Mearse) Legate Sayre. f/o John M. Legate, Bio 993, 994; Elizabeth C. (Legate) Scott, who was only one year old when Robert died. Robert was an early Ohio settler.

(Legate), Sarah. 993, 994. d/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate.

Legate, William H. 993, 994. s/o John M. Legate and Susan (Clark) Legate.

(Legg), Eliza Adams. 971, 972. d.1868. d/o John Legg. First wife of Arnold P. Adams. m/o Letitia (Adams) Sowers.

Legg, John. 971, 972. f/o Eliza (Legg) Adams.

Leighton, Ed. 708, 709. h/o Ida May (Elliott) Leighton.

Note on 716: LEMON/LAMON. The name Lemon was originally spelled Lamon, but the people of Danville called Dr. Theodore Lamon, Dr. Lemon, and the Doctor fell into that way of spelling it; it has become the recognized orthography.

Lemon, Albert T. 715, 716. s/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. Albert was the Town Clerk of Danville, and a professional musician.

Lemon, Charles V. 715, 716. s/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. Charles was a professional musician.

Lemon, Edward B. 715, 716. s/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. Edward was a professional musician.

Lemon, John James. 715, 716. s/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. John James was a professional musician.

Lemon, John. 732, 733, 734. f/o Rebecca Bruce (Lemon) Cromwell. From West Virginia, John was an early settler of Danville.

Lemon, Lafayette Fay. 715, 716. s/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. Lafayette Fay was a professional musician.

(Lemon), Lavinia E. 715, 716. d/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. Lavinia E. was a professional musician.

(Lemon), Mary L. 715, 716. d/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon.

(Lemon), Rebecca Bruce Cromwell. 732, 733, 734. d/o John Lemon. w/o Dr. Edward Cromwell. m/o Edwilda (Cromwell) Fithian Sconce Evans.

Lemon, Theodore, M. D. Bio 715, 716. b.1812 d.1885/74. s/o (g/n/u) Lamon and (g/n/u) (possibly Chenoweth) Lamon. h/o Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. f/o 11, 3 died in infancy: Albert T. Lemon; Charles V. Lemon; Edward B. Lemon; Theodore H. Lemon; Mary L. Lemon; John James Lemon; Lavinia E. (Lemon); Lafayette Fay. All of the Lemon sons and one daughter were professional musicians. Dr. Lemon completed medical studies in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. In 1835,Theodore's brother, Joseph B. Lamon (correct), came to Danville from Virginia, by horse and wagon, with his uncle, Rev. James Chenoweth, who was on his way to the West. Dr. Lemon taught school for a year in Danville until his medical practice occupied his time. Sometimes he rode 15 to 20 miles to be with a patient. Dr. Lemon was interested in math and science.

Lemon, Theodore H. 715, 716. s/o Dr. Theodore Lemon and Lavinia E. (Sconce) Lemon. Theodore was a professional musician.

(Leonard), Elizabeth Young. 555, 556. b.1810 d.1871/61. w/o Charles S. Young. m/o Mary E. (Young) Hess; Lucindian (Young) Stevens; Martha J. (Young) Huffman; Cindica (Young) Claypool; Noah Young; Samantha (Young) Huffman; Leonard Young; James I. Young; Matilda C. (Young) Tomlinson. In 1829, Charles and Elizabeth married, left Kentucky, and went to Vermilion County in the same year. They arrived with an eagle ($10 coin), a half dollar, and 25¢, for a total of $10.75. Charles purchased 80 acres. In 1857, he purchased his home site. Eventually, he owned 25 farms, all in Vermilion County.

Leonard, Lester. 583. h/o Hannah (Makemson) Leonard.

Leemon, William. 298. s/o Thomas Leemon and Elizabeth (Thompson) Leemon.

Leonard, Ezekial. 536, 537. f/o Mary (Leonard) Hester.

(Leonard), Mary Hester. 536, 537; 516, 517. d. 1867. d/o Ezekial Leonard. w/o Thomas Hester. m/o Jesse Hester; *Rebecca (Hester) Rees; John Hester; William Hester, Bio 536, 537. Deceased adult children: Hannah (Hester) Cook; Mary (Hester) Larrance; Robert Hester.. Thomas was an Illinois pioneer, arriving in Vermilion County in 1838. (Note: See 536, 537 for contradictory dates of movement from North Carolina, to Ohio, to Indiana, then to Illinois. *In Bio of the husband of daughter, Rebecca (Hester) Rees, 604, 605, 606, her husband's name is spelled Rees, not Reece))

(Leonard), Phebe Rice. 682, 683. w/o Silas Rice, who "... dying away from home, the dates of his birth and death are unknown." (From Bio of his son James J. Rice, 682, 683.) m/o 8 children, 3 living: Lucy (Rice) Balengee; Hannah (Rice) Clifton; James J. Rice; Sarah, George, Elizabeth all deceased as infants.

Lesher, Willis. 277, 278. h/o Clara J. (Davis) Lesher.

Leslie, John. 198. Owner of Danville Plaindealer, next owner Judge Daniel Clapp.

(Leverton), Cyrenia Zeigler. 374, 377, 378. w/o Cyrus A. Zeigler. m/o two children, one deceased.

Lewen, Mahlon. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

(Lewerenz), Dorathe Hacker 618, 619. Born in Prussia. w/o John Hacker, also from Prussia. m/o Ferdinand M. Hacker, Bio 618, 619; Fred C. Hacker; Charles Hacker; Minnie (Hacker) Balls, deceased; plus two children who died in Germany. After John died, Dorathe lived with son Ferdinand.

Lewis, Allen. 740, 741. s/o Sylvester Lewis and Catherine (Dubois) Lewis. h/o Jeanette (Green) Lewis. f/o Sylvester Lewis; Isabelle (Lewis) Boardman. Allen left New York and headed for Illinois, a month long trip, on foot, except for 14 miles. Intent on getting land, Allen bought 97 acres, stayed 6 months, and returned to New York. He returned after 3 years with his wife, this time traveling in a prairie schooner. Four or five years later, he rented a hotel, the first of its kind in the region, serving as "mine host" for three or four years. The land was so new to settlers that he saw as many as 300 deer in one day, and all kinds of berries were plentiful in the summer. He served as postmaster of Rio for 4 or 5 years for $5 or $6 per year.

(Lewis), Anna Haworth. 726. d/o William Lewis. w/o Beriah Haworth. m/o Carrie M. (Haworth); Homer Haworth; Mary H. (Haworth).

(Lewis), Azenith Julian Smith. 328, 329. b.1788 d.1852/64. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Stephen L. Julian, f/o Stephen L. Julian. (Husband #2) John C. Smith. f/o Rebecca (Smith) Stewart; Eliza H. (Smith) Dustman; Mary W. (Smith) McDowell; Elizabeth (Smith) Barton; Hanna A. (Smith) Burr; Martha J. (Smith); George W. Smith, Bio 328, 329.

Lewis, Cyrus. Bio 942, 943. b.1834. s/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret Shoumaker) Lewis. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) (Margaret Overpeek), Lewis. 942, 943. Died 1871. m/o Laura (Lewis) Hoult; Ella M. (Lewis); Sadie A. (Lewis). (Wife #2) Margery M. (Law) Lewis. m/o George C. Lewis; John A. Lewis; Maggie L. (Lewis). Margery was a teacher and was well educated, unlike Cyrus who attended school only two months each year. Cyrus left home at age 22 in 1856 and farmed on rented land in Indiana. In 1864 he came overland to Edgar County with a team and $700. He bought 240 acres in Ross Township, sold it in two years and bought 80 acres, part of his present property of 320 acres. He raised short horn cattle, 24 Norman draft horses, and swine. Cyrus identified with the temperance movement.

Lewis, David. 942, 943. s/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. A resident of Moultrie County, Illinois. Served 3 years in an Indiana Regiment.

(Lewis), Ella M. 942, 943. d/o Cyrus Lewis and first wife Margaret (Overpeek) Lewis.

(Lewis), Emily. 942, 943. d/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. A resident of Wilson County, Kansas.

Lewis, George C. 942, 943. s/o Cyrus Lewis and second wife Margery (Law) Lewis.

Lewis, Isaac. 942, 943. b.1800. d.1867/67. h/o Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. f/o 12 children, 9 lived to maturity: Mary A. (Lewis) deceased; Sanford Lewis; Melinda (Lewis); Cyrus Lewis, Bio 942, 943; Emily (Lewis); John Lewis, deceased; Margaret (Lewis); Phebe (Lewis); David Lewis. Isaac first settled in Vigo County, Indiana, but moved to Parke County, Indiana, to 360 acres.

(Lewis), Isabelle Boardman. 740, 741. d/o Allen Lewis and Jeanette (Green) Lewis. w/o Allan Boardman. m/o 2 children.

Lewis John A. 942, 943. s/o Cyrus Lewis and second wife Margery (Law) Lewis.

Lewis, Jonathan. 942, 943. Died age 76. f/o Isaac Lewis. Leaving Virginia, Jonathan was an early settler of Highland County Ohio. He moved to Vigo County, Indiana, in 1829, where he lived on rented land. Finally, he moved to 160 acres in Parke County, Indiana.

(Lewis), Katie Laufman. 792, 793. w/o Jacob Laufman. m/o 2 children.

Lewis, Larkins. 521, 522. h/o Mary A. (Fletcher) Lewis; f/o Laura (Lewis); Rachel Lewis).

(Lewis), Laura. 521, 522. d/o Larkins Lewis and Mary A. (Fletcher) Lewis.

(Lewis), Laura J. Hoult. 942, 943 d/o Cyrus Lewis and first wife Margaret (Overpeek) Lewis. w/o Charles Hoult. Residents of Ross Township.

Lewis, Levi. 571, 572. h/o Marietta (Mills) Lewis. f/o Mary E. (Lewis); Russell Lewis. The Lewis family lived on the old Mills homestead with Marietta's father, Henry Mills.

(Lewis), Maggie L. 942, 943. d/o Cyrus Lewis and second wife Margery (Law) Lewis.

(Lewis), Margaret. 942, 943. d/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. A resident of Park County, Indiana.

(Lewis), Mary E. 571, 572. d/o Levi E. Lewis and Marietta (Mills) Lewis.

(Lewis), Mary J. Kelsheimer. 861, 862. b.1836. d.1888/52. d/o Reeden Lewis and Rebecca (m/n/u) Lewis. w/o Benjamin Kelsheimer. m/o Edward Kelsheimer; Frank Kelsheimer; Ivan Kelsheimer. Mary was 6 years old when she came to Parke County, Indiana.

(Lewis), Melinda. 942, 943. d/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. A resident of Park County, Indiana.

(Lewis), Phebe. 942, 943. d/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. A resident of Park County, Indiana.

(Lewis), Rachel. 521, 522. d/o Larkins Lewis and Mary A. (Fletcher) Lewis.

Lewis, Reeden. 861, 862. h/o Rebecca (m/n/u) Lewis. f/o Mary J. (Lewis) Kelsheimer. Born in Canada, Reeden came to Chicago and did teaming, then moved to Rockville, Indiana.

Lewis, Russell. 571, 572. s/o Levi E. Lewis and Marietta (Mills) Lewis.

(Lewis), Sadie A. 942, 943. d/o Cyrus Lewis and first wife Margaret (Overpeek) Lewis.

Lewis, Sanford. 942, 943. s/o Isaac Lewis and Margaret (Shoumaker) Lewis. A resident of Park County, Indiana.

Lewis, Sylvester. 740, 741. h/o Catherine (Dubois) Lewis. f/o 9 children including Allen Lewis, Bio 740, 741. Sylvester moved to the "West," (Note: Probably the western undeveloped parts of New York State.) He lived there 4 years before seeing a wagon. When his son Allen left New York and headed for Illinois, it took a month to complete the journey, on foot, except for 14 miles.

Lewis, Sylvester. 740, 741. s/o Allen Lewis and Jeanette (Green) Lewis. h/o Hattie (Clanahan) Lewis. f/o 4 children.

Lewis, William. 726. f/o Anna (Lewis) Haworth. William was a pioneer of Crab Apple Grove, Illinois.

Liest, J. 1015, 1016, 1017. h/o Phoebe (Tweedy) Liest. Farmer in Edgar Township.

(Ligget), Anna Young. 442, 443. d/o Jesse Ligget and Susannah (Bennett) Ligget. w/o Asbury Young. m/o 4 children.

Ligget, Benjamin. 442, 443. Son of Jessee Ligget and Polly (Coddington) Ligget. h/o Mary (Hughes) Ligget. f/o 8 children.

Ligget, Jesse Sr. Bio 442, 443. 392, 393. b. 1805. s/o John Ligget and Susannah (Bennett) Ligget. Husband of 3 women: (Wife #1) Polly (Coddington) Ligget. m/o 12 children, 8 living: Wilson Ligget; Benjamin Ligget; Samuel Ligget; Jesse Ligget, Jr.; Naomi (Ligget) Vinson (Bio of husband Levin Vinson 392, 393); Mary (Ligget) Lowman Gammel; Susan (Ligget) McVicker; Anna (Ligget) Young. Polly was only 15 when she married Jesse. (Wife #2) Susan (Dysert) Ligget. d.1880. (Wife #3) Mahala (m/n/u) Bloomfield Ligget. Jesse never went to school because of the rural and pioneering location of their home, plus the fact that he was on his own when his parents died when he was 12 years old. At age 18, Jesse bought a farm on credit, and had it paid for in 5 years, by age 22. He came to Illinois in 1836 to 80 acres, which became 160 acres, and which eventually grew to 600 acres. Jesse prospered to the extent that each son and two daughters were given 40 acres each and other property, yet he still had 100 acres. He retired in Muncie. Jesse knew Lincoln personally. Jesse was crippled by a series of accidents. Note: Jesse's son, Wilson Ligget, married Amanda (Dysert) Ligget. The connection to Jessee's second wife, Susan (Dysert) Ligget, is unknown.

Ligget, Jesse, Jr. 442, 443. s/o Jesse Ligget Sr. and first wife Polly (Coddington) Ligget. h/o Sadie (Warner) Ligget. f/o 4 children.

Ligget, John. 442, 443 d.1817. h/o Susannah (Bennett) Ligget. f/o 8 children, Jesse Ligget Sr. the only survivor. John moved his family from Virginia to Ohio 4 years after Ohio achieved statehood, but John was annoyed by the Indians in Ohio. Dying young before son Jesse was 12 years old, John was never able to own land. Son Jesse eventually owned 600 acres.

(Ligget), Mary Lowman Gammel. 442, 443. d/o Jesse Ligget and Susannah (Bennett) Ligget. Wife of two men. (Husband #1) Hugh Lowman. f/o 2 children. (Husband #2) Johnson Gammel. f/o 4 children.

(Ligget) Naomi Vinson 392, 393. 442, 443. d/o Jesse Ligget and Susannah (Bennett) Ligget. w/o Levin Vinson. Naomi and Levin adopted two boys: Edwin Vinson; also, an unnamed boy of 7 years from a New York juvenile asylum, 17 in 1889 and doing well. Naomi was a Sunday School teacher.

Ligget, Samuel. 442, 443. s/o Jesse Ligget and Polly (Coddington) Ligget. h/o Mary (Barrickman) Ligget. f/o 1 child.

(Ligget) Susan McVicker 442, 443. d/o Jesse Ligget and Susannah (Bennett) Ligget. w/o John McVicker. m/o 3 children.

Ligget, Wilson. 442, 443. s/o Jesse Ligget and Polly (Coddington) Ligget. h/o Amanda (Dysert) Ligget. f/o 4 children. Note: Wilson's wife, Amanda (Dysert) and Jesse Ligget's 2nd wife Susan (Dysert), shared the same middle name. No connection included.

(Light), Charlotte Scott. 1019, 1020. b.1825. d/o David Light. w/o John Scott. Charlotte was 13 when she came to Illinois in 1838.

Light, David. 913, 914, 917. Second husband of Rebecca (Tabor) Scott Light. David was described as "an old settler."

Light, David. 1019, 1020. b.1800. d.1888/88. f/o Charlotte (Light) Scott. Note: Because of the practice of ignoring antecedents in this book, these children, included on 1020, could be members of the family of David Light, John Scott, or David Dickenson. They are: Charlotte; Charles D.; Benjamin F., deceased; Oliver; Reuben S.; Catherine; Samuel; William W. They are listed as the children of John Scott because of a reference to the "sons who ran his farms."

Light, Jacob. 1019, 1020. Born in Germany. f/o David Light. Jacob left Pennsylvania for Michigan, but he almost starved to death, so he went back to Pennsylvania. He fought in the Indian War and was wounded in the shoulder. He owned a large farm in Pennsylvania, but decided to move to Ohio, where he laid out New Richmond.

Lilley, Ira N. 880, 881. h/o Laura (Rhoads) Lilley. f/o 1 child, deceased. Resident of Buck Township.

Limger, see Liniger.

Lincoln, William. 235, 236. h/o Susan G. (Christman) Lincoln.

Linder, (g/n/u). 1065, 1066. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Name not included. (Wife #2) Mary J. (Fisher) Hall Linder. m/o Rebecca (Linder) Wiley.

(Linder) Rebecca Wiley. 1065, 1066. b.1831. d.1873/42. w/o Leroy Wiley. m/o Leona (Wiley) Shoaf, deceased; Ellen (Wiley) Link; Clifford Wiley; Horton Wiley; Warren Wiley. Rebecca was born in Rush County, Indiana, while her parents were en route from Virginia to Illinois in 1831. Her family located in Charleston, Illinois, where she remained until her marriage to Leroy in 1853 when she was 22 years old.

(Lindsay), Annie Hill. 736, 737. w/o William Hill. m/o John Hill; Jacob Hill; Sheldon Hill; Mary (Hill) McMillin; Alonza Hill.

(Lindsay), Mary Hurst. 864, 867. w/o Elijah Hurst. m/o 12 children, 3 living: William Hurst; Henry Harrison Hurst, Bio 864, 867; Lydia (Hurst) Boyer.

(Liniger), Jane Shane. 830, 831. Second wife of Daniel Shane.

Liniger, Joseph. 993, 994. h/o Nancy (Legate) Liniger. Residents of Prairie Township. (Could be Limger.)

Link, Ezra. 1065, 1066. h/o Ellen (Wiley) Link. Residents of Charleston, Illinois.

Linnabary, Anan. 833, 834. 837, 838. b. 1820. d.1886/66. s/o Joseph Linnabary. h/o Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. f/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. Anan moved from Delaware County, Ohio, to Paulding County, Ohio, but returned to Delaware County because of malaria.

(Linnabary), Charlotte Chapin. 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. w/o Orrin Chapin of Nebraska. m/o 5 children.

Linnabary, Edson 833, 834, 837, 838. s/o Joseph J. Linnabary.

Linnabary, George M. 833, 834, 837, 838. d.1863. s/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. A sergeant in the Union Army, George died in battle near Mill Springs, Kentucky, at Captain West's farm.

(Linnabary), Hannah Breese 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. w/o James Breese of Paulding County, Ohio. m/o 1 child.

Linnabary, Joseph J. 833, 834, 837, 838. s/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. Wife's name not included. f/o Lyman Linnabary; Mary (Linnabary); Edson Linnabary; Onnie Linnabary. Joseph was a farmer in Delaware County, Ohio.

(Linnabary), Louisa C. 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Orval Howard Linnabary and Flora (Cockrell) Linnabary.

Linnabary, Lyman 833, 834, 837, 838. s/o Joseph J. Linnabary.

(Linnabary), Mary 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Joseph J. Linnabary.

(Linnabary), Mattie Waldron 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. w/o Emery Waldron of Morrow County, Ohio. m/o 1 child.

(Linnabary), Nancy Rolo. 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. w/o James Rolo of Nebraska.

Linnabary, Onnie 833, 834, 837, 838. s/o Joseph J. Linnabary.

Linnabary, Orval Howard. Bio 833, 834, 837, 838. b. 1843. s/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. h/o Flora (Cockrell) Linnabary. f/o Alma (Linnabary) deceased at 3-1/2 years; Rosa Belle, deceased at age 2; Orville George Linnabary; Louisa C. (Linnabary). In 1851, when Orval was 8 years old, the Linnabary family moved from Delaware County, Ohio to Paulding County, Ohio, but returned to Delaware County because of malaria, there making making another wilderness home. In 1862 at age 19, Orval joined the Union army and served gallantly until he lost his right arm in battle. See for amazing war record, including his capture of a Kentucky Charger horse that saved his life. After the war, Orval taught, operated a hotel, then got into merchandising, eventually becoming the Senior Partner of Linnabary & Cooper, general merchants at Hume.

Linnabary, Orville George. 833, 834, 837, 838. s/o Orval Howard Linnabary and Flora (Cockrell) Linnabary.

(Linnabary), Rosetta Hubbell. 833, 834, 837, 838. d/o Anan Linnabary and Louisa (Jones) Linnabary. w/o Wesley Hubbell, a farmer in Morrow County, Ohio. m/o 5 children.

(Linton), Harriet Horn. 1095, 1096, 1097. 793, 794, 797. d.1876. First wife of Dr. Abel Horn. m/o Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth; Francis M. Horn; Cinderella (Horn); Parthena (Horn) Crimmins; Dora V. (Horn) Christlieb. Deceased children: Willie, Sarah E, Jennie L., Margaret; John. Note: Two errors are in the entries: In the biography of Dr. Horn on 1095, 1096, and 1097 his name is spelled Horne, yet the signature on his portrait is "Horn," as in the other references. The biography lists Dr. Horn's birth date as 1852, an obvious error considering dates such as his first marriage in 1850.

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

(Littell), Hattie A Bushnell. 199. b. 1841. d/o Isaac Littell. w/o Henry L. Bushnell. m/o 10 children, 6 dying of diphtheria. Surviving: William F. Bushnell; Jessie A. Bushnell.

Littell, Isaac 199. f/o Hattie A. (Littell) Bushnell.

Little, Alpheus. 1007, 1008. s/o Ezra Little. h/o Cynthia (Butcher) Little. f/o Morris Little; Sarah E. (Little) Manning; Hannah M. (Little) Moyer. Alpheus was 4 years old when he arrived in Indiana. He taught, then farmed until 1857 when he came to 160 acres in Edgar County. He increased his land holdings to 400 acres. Later, he divided all but the original 160 acres among his children, with 80 acres for son Morris. He continued farming and raised stock.

Little, Cary Morton. 1007, 1008. s/o Morris Little and Mary (Mark) Little.

(Little), Edna Blanche. 1007, 1008. d/o Morris Little and Mary (Mark) Little.

(Little), Elizabeth Humrichous. 497, 498. w/o John Humrichous. m/o 12, including 6th born John Humrichous.

Little, Ezra. 1007, 1008. s/o Job Little and Joanna (Miller) Little. f/o Alpheus Little. Ezra moved his family to Indiana and 600 acres, cleared from a forest.

Little, George C. 548, 549. First husband of Mary F. (McLain) Little Dicken. f/o Lewis McClain Little.

(Little), Hannah M. Moyer. 1007, 1008. d/o Alpheus Little and Cynthia (Butcher) Little.

Little, James Blaine. 1007, 1008. s/o Morris Little and Mary (Mark) Little.

Little, Job. 1007, 1008. h/o Joanna (Miller) Little. f/o Ezra Little, his only child. A sailor for 40 years, Job did not marry until he quit sailing. After his marriage to Joanna, they lived in Ohio, then Indiana.

Little, Lewis C. 548, 549. s/o George C. Little and Mary F. (McLain) Little Dicken.

Little, Morris. Bio 1007, 1008. 937, 938, 939. b.1851. s/o Alpheus Little and Cynthia (Butcher) Little. h/o Mary (Mark) Little. f/o James Blaine Little; Edna Blanche (Little); Cary Morton Little. Morris was 6 years old when he arrived in Illinois, traveling overland with teams. At age 21 he entered high school at Chrisman and graduated. He taught two winters, then turned to farming on land which he first rented from his father. In the winter of 1874-1875, he conducted a general store in Edgar with a stock worth $2,000. (1097, 1098). In 1878, he bought the store from brother-in-law Benjamin F. Manning, husband of sister Sarah E. (Little) Manning.) In the spring of 1884, he located on 80 acres of his father's land, which were deeded to him, plus 80 acres that he purchased. He concentrated mainly on stock raising. A supervisor of Edgar Township, and other public offices.

(Little), Sarah E. Manning. 1097, 1098. 1007, 1008. b.1854. d/o Alpheus Little and Cynthia (Butcher) Little. w/o Benjamin F. Manning. m/o Otis Marion Manning; Lulu Maud (Manning); Inez Mead (Manning); Etta Mabel (Manning); Artha Ethel (Manning); Jessie Hila (Manning) and twin Bessie Nila (Manning). In 1878 Benjamin purchased the stock of Robert Wasson, and operated the store for a year. He sold the store to his brother-in-law, Morris Little (brother of wife Sarah), and returned to his 80 acres in Edgar Township.

(Littlefield), Hannah Wilkin. 920, 921. d. 1847. d/o Samuel Littlefield. First wife of Abraham Wilkin. m/o 4, only survivors: William T. Wilkin, Bio 920, 921; Mary E Wilkin.

Littlefield, Samuel. 920, 921. f/o Hannah (Littlefield) Wilkin. Samuel was an early pioneer of Edgar Countyl.

(Littleton), Elenor (correct) Rowe. 1054, 1055. 731, 732. w/o Edward Rowe. m/o Elenor (Rowe) Coake. According to 1054, 1055, Edward and a son traveled to Illinois together; this is the only reference to a son.

(Livers), Emily Clements. 378, 379. w/o John Clements. m/o Emily A. (Clements) Sandusky.

(Lloyd), Alice. 304, 307. d/o Henry Lloyd and Sarah (Church) Lloyd.

Lloyd, Edwin H. 304, 307 s/o Henry Lloyd and Sarah (Church) Lloyd.

(Lloyd), Fannie E. 304, 307 d/o Henry Lloyd and Sarah (Church) Lloyd.

Lloyd, Fred. 304, 307. s/o Henry Lloyd and Sarah (Church) Lloyd.

Lloyd, Henry. Bio 304, 307. b.1841 in England. s/o Richard C. Lloyd and Susan (Wicks) Lloyd. Henry left England at age 17 in 1858. h/o Sarah (Church) Lloyd. f/o Maria L. (Lloyd) Wolf; Alice E. (Lloyd); Fred R. Lloyd; Fannie E. (Lloyd); Edwin H. Lloyd; William R. Lloyd. Two infants did not survive. Henry served in the Civil War in Company G, 125th IL Infantry, and was with Sherman's march to the sea. After the war, Henry was first a butcher, then a stock raiser, dealer, and farmer on his 240 acres in Catlin Township. Note: The first born child, Edwin C. Lloyd, died before his first birthday; however, another child was apparently named after him: Edwin H. Lloyd.

(Lloyd), Maria L. Wolf. 304, 307 d/o Henry Lloyd and Sarah (Church) Lloyd. w/o Abraham Wolf.

(Lloyd), Mary "Polly" Swank. 434, 435. Died 1854. m/o 9 children including Phebe (Swank) Porter. Google note: Mary was the first wife of Captain William Swank.

Lloyd, Richard C. 304, 307. Born and died in England. h/o Susan (Wicks) Lloyd, also English. f/o 7, Henry Lloyd being the 4th born.

Lloyd, William R. 304, 307. s/o Henry Lloyd and Sarah (Church) Lloyd.

Locher. See Lauher.

Lock, Benjamin. 328, 329. s/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock.

Lock, Daniel. 328, 329. s/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock.

(Lock), Eliza H. Fields. 328, 329. d/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. w/o Corelia Fields.

(Lock), Emma Scott. 1082 and 1095 (pages between 1082 and 1095 missing) d.1880. w/o David Scott. m/o Sylvester Scott; America L. (Scott); David M. Scott; Columbus Scott; Serena (Scott) Coslett.

(Lock), Hattie Brewer. 328, 329. d/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. w/o M. L. Brewer.

Lock, Henry. 329. s/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. A farmer in Canada.

Lock, James. 328, 329. s/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. James operated a boot and shoe store in Canada.

Lock, John. 328, 329. s/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. Resident of Philo, IL.

(Lock) Julia H. Smith. 328, 329. b.1842 in England, arrived in America at age 7. Sixth child of 12 of William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. w/o George W. Smith.

(Lock), Louisa Pettigue. 328, 329. d/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. w/o Joseph Pettigue of Canada.

Lock, William. 328, 329. b.1801 in England. d.1885/84 h/o Hannah (Escot) Lock. f/o 11: William Lock of Canada; Louisa (Lock) Pettigue of Canada; Henry Lock, a farmer in Canada; Eliza (Lock) Fields of Canada; James Lock, a boot and shoe dealer in Canada; Benjamin Lock; Julia (Lock) Smith, 328, 329; Daniel Lock of Kansas; John Lock of Philo, IL; Hattie (Lock) Brewer; Frank Lock, son who drowned at 8.

Lock, William. 328, 329. s/o William Lock and Hannah (Escot) Lock. Farmer in Canada.

(Lockwood), Fanny Stearns. 422, 423. 452, 453. b.1790. d.1877/87. w/o Harvey Stearns. m/o 8 children, 5 living, including Alvin Stearns and Calvin Stearns.

Loften & Patterson. 869, 870. Rented a 620 acre farm in 1874 to Seaton S. Rice.

(Loftin), Julia Hall. 840, 841. w/o Jonathan T. Hall. m/o Ora L. Hall; Pearl Hall; Roy Hall; Fayne (Hall); Bessie (Hall); Harlan Hall.

Logan Manufacturing Plant 343, 344. Darius White, principal owner.

(Logan), Margaret Downard. 799, 800, 801. w/o Thomas Downard. m/o Louisa (Downard) Blackburn. Margaret belonged to the family of General John Logan. Long, Abraham F. Bio 1004, 1005. 907, 908. b. 1851. s/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long. h/o Laura J. (Bennefiel) Long. No children included in biography. In 1889, Abraham still had the old 160 acre homestead in Edgar Township where he was born. He worked for his father until he was 20 in 1871, then took charge of the homestead which became his in 1885. He specialized in Norman and Clydesdales in addition to general farming, having 15 to 20 horses. Most of his land was rented. He also owned 160 acres in Kansas. A prominent farmer in Edgar Township, he was also active in politics, Justice of the Peace for 4 years, Notary Public appointment under Governors John Hamilton, Oglesby, and Jo Filer.

(Long), Alice. 656, 657. b.1879. d/o Anthony Long and Elizabeth (Dixon) Long.

Long, Alpheus C. 1005. s/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long.

Long, Andrew. 1004, 1005. Died 1886. s/o John Long. h/o Margaret (Mark) Long. f/o Lavonia H. (Long) Calvin; Mary C. (Long) Price; Stroder M. Long; Samuel L. Long; Mahala J. (Long); Alpheus C. Long; Abraham Long. Deceased: Martha, John F., William A. Andrew was reared by one of his uncles in Ohio. In 1837 he moved to Illinois by ox team and purchased 160 acres in Edgar County.

Long, Anthony, Sr. 656, 657. b.1805. Husband of two women. (Wife #1) Name not included. m/o Sarah (Long) Norris; Catherine (Long) Miller; Susannah (Long) Walker. (Wife #2) Jane (Engler) Long. m/o Samuel Long; Walter Long; Anthony Long, Jr, Bio 656, 657. Anthony was a carpenter. He moved from Pennsylvania to Ohio after his first marriage. He moved to Vermilion County in 1863.

Long, Anthony, Jr. Bio 656, 657. b.1855. s/o Anthony Long and second wife Jane (Engler) Long. h/o Elizabeth (Dixon) Long. f/o Alice (Long); Maude (Long). Anthony was 8 when he came to Vermilion County He learned farming from his father. Although his education was limited, he read a lot. After his marriage in 1877, he rented land and then bought 80 acres. He eventually owned 200 acres, used for farming and stock.

(Long), Catherine Miller 656, 657. d/o Anthony Long and first wife, name not included. w/o William Miller.

Long, James B. 939, 940, 941. f/o Sarah E. (Long) Banta. James was an early settler of Vermilion County, Illinois.

Long, John. 1004, 1005. s/o William Long. f/o Andrew Long. John fought in the War of 1812, then worked in the U. S. Arsenal at Harper's Ferry.

(Long), Lavonia H. Calvin. 1005. d/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long.

(Long), Mahala J. 1005. d/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long.

(Long), Margaret Hull. 729, 730. Died 1833. First wife of Daniel Hull. m/o Dr. James F. Hull; an unnamed second son; an unnamed daughter.

(Long), Martha M. Mitchell. 1055, 1056, 1057. d.1858. d/o A. F. Long. First wife of Captain Samuel Mitchell.

(Long), Mary C. Price. 1005. d/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long.

(Long), Maude. 656, 657. b.1883. d/o Anthony Long and Elizabeth (Dixon) Long.

Long, Samuel. 656, 657. Died 1867. s/o Anthony Long and second wife Jane (Engler) Long. Samuel served in 101st Ohio regiment, contracted consumption (tuberculosis), which killed him.

Long, Samuel L. 1005. s/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long.

(Long), Sarah Banta, 939, 940, 941. d/o James B. Long. w/o William Banta. m/o Andrew J. Banta; James A. Banta; Vinie Banta; Betty (Banta); Annie (Banta); Amy (Banta) and twin William H. Banta; Grace (Banta); Nettie (Banta).

(Long), Sarah Norris. 656, 657. d/o Anthony Long and first wife, name not included. w/o Ephraim Norris.

Long, Stroder M. 1005. s/o Andrew Long and Margaret (Mark) Long.

(Long), Susannah Walker. 656, 657. d/o Anthony Long and first wife, name not included. w/o Michael Walker.

Long, Walter. 656, 657. b.1851. d.1869/18. s/o Anthony Long and second wife Jane (Engler) Long.

Long, William. 1004, 1005. f/o John Long. Born in England, settled in Virginia.

(Longstreth), Annie Oakwood. 420, 421, 422. w/o William Oakwood. m/o 3 children. Note: It is not known if Annie and Etta Longstreth were related, but they married Oakwood brothers, Thomas and William.

(Longstreth), Etta. 420, 421, 422. w/o Thomas Oakwood. m/o 2 children. Note: It is not known if Annie and Etta Longstreth were related, but they married Oakwood brothers, Thomas and William.

Looman, (g/n/u). 291, 292. h/o Peggy (Wright) Looman.

Loop, (g/n/u). 1048, 1049, 1050. h/o Rhoda (Nuckles) Loop. Residents of Metcalf, Illinois.

Lord, J. B. 978, 979. h/o Anna E. (Steele) Lord. Residents of Chicago.

(Lowderback), Mary Elizabeth. 1111, 1112, 1113. w/o Thomas J. Orr. m/o Iva M. (Orr); Francis Orr. Residents of Cumberland County, Illinois.

Lowe, General (g/n/u). 827, 828. Born in England, died age 75 in Washington D.C. f/o John Lowe. Quartermaster to Gen. Washington.

(Lowe), America O'Neal. 596; 528. b. 1826 d.1854/28. (dates questionable) First wife of Isaac O'Neal. m/o Ellen (O'Neal) Padgitt; Samuel O'Neal; Maude (O,Neal); Gertie (O'Neal); Evaline (O'Neal) Cook.

Lowe, Elijah. 399, 400, 401. h/o Judia (Spry) Lowe who died 1863. Lowe, John. 827, 828. Died at age 90. s/o General Lowe, Quartermaster under Gen. Washington. f/o Mary A. (Lowe) Jenkins. John owned a plantation and slaves; he sold out, went to Ohio and then to Missouri.

(Lowe), Mary A. Jenkins. 827, 828. m/o John Lowe. w/o William Jenkins. f/o Joseph Jenkins; Lewis Jenkins; Samuel Jenkins; Henry W. Jenkins; Bell (Jenkins); Dr. Leroy O. Jenkins, Portrait 826, Bio 827, 828.

Lowman, Hugh. 442, 443. First husband of Mary (Ligget) Lowman Gammel. f/o 2 children.

(Loyd), Anna Evans. 732, 733, 734. d/o Rev. Rees Loyd. w/o David Evans. m/o 13 children, 7 living including Hon. David D. Evans.

Loyd, Rev. Rees. 732, 733, 734. Died age 90. f/o Anna (Loyd) Evans; Eben or Ebenezer, deceased, for whom the town of Ebensburg was named. Rev. Loyd arrived from Wales in 1779 and settled in the Pennsylvania Woods. He organized Cambria County, which was an ancient Welsh name.

(Lucas) (g/n/u) Baum. 456, 457, 458. w/o Gideon P. Baum. m/o Lulie W. (Baum); Earl E. Baum.

Lucas, Charles. 504, 505. s/o Elijah Lucas and Susan (Jones) Lucas.

Lucas, Charles. 515, 516. h/o Belle B. (Douglass) Lucas.

(Lucas) Clara Baum. 504, 505. b.1825. d/o Elijah Lucas and Susan (Jones) Lucas. w/o Gideon T. Baum. m/o Lulu Weaver (Baum); Earl Lucas Baum. Clara was 11 years old when her family moved to Vermilion County.

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

Lucas, George. 504, 505. s/o Elijah Lucas and Susan (Jones) Lucas.

Lucas, James. 504, 505. s/o Elijah Lucas and Susan (Jones) Lucas.

Lucas, Robert. 393, 394. Deceased. First husband of Lilly M. (King) Lucas Davis.

(Lucas), Sarah Dalbey. 447, 448. w/o Verner R. Dalbey. m/o 5 children.

(Luce), (g/n/u) Rowand. 633, 634. First wife of Edward Rowand. m/o William Rowand.

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

Lumbreck/Powers, Phoebe, (m/n/u). 922, 923 Second wife of Daniel B. Powers.

(Lundy), Estella Tarrant. 383, 384. w/o Arthur Henry Tarrant.

(Lusk), Lizzie Brown. 519, 520. d/o Samuel Lusk. w/o William Brown. m/o Salmon Brown; Commodore P. Brown; John L. Brown; William C. Brown; Edgar D. Brown; Benjamin F. Brown.

Lusk, Samuel. 519, 520. f/o Lizzie (Lusk) Brown.

(Lustison), Rachel Trover. 1035, 1036. w/o Wellington W. Trover. m/o Edgar Trover, deceased; Lucy (Trover); Sarah (Trover), deceased; Viola (Trover); Bert Trover; Mamie (Trover); Gertrude (Trover), deceased; Bertha (Trover); B. Trover.

(Lutes), Susan M. Kilbourn. 744. w/o Jonathan Kilbourn. m/o Sarah (Kilbourn) Bradford; Perley Kilbourn; Emma (Kilbourn); Andrew Kilbourn; William Kilbourn; Herbert Kilbourn.

Lycan, Asa B. 776, 777, 778. s/o Jeremiah V., 3rd, and Ella (O'Hair) Lycon.

Lycan, Chester N. 776, 777, 778. s/o Jeremiah V., 3rd, and Ella (O'Hair) Lycon.

(Lycan), Emily Barnett. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o Rilen Barnett.

Lycan, Gooden. 776, 777, 778. f/o Jeremiah Lycan, Sr. Gooden was a blacksmith. He moved from North Carolina to Virginia.

Lycan, Harvey N. 776, 777, 778. s/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. Residents of Buck Township.

Lycan, James N. 776, 777, 778. s/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. James lived with his father.

Lycan, Jeremiah, Sr. 776, 777, 778. s/o Gooden Lycan. h/o Elizabeth (James) Lycan. f/o 8 children including Jeremiah V. Lycan, Jr. In October, 1831, Jeremiah moved his family to Edgar County, by wagons and ox teams. For supplies and salt, Terre Haute, Indiana, was the closest. Sugar was from trees. Jeremiah planted apple trees as soon as possible. His first 80 acres cost $1.50 per acre, then he acquired 120 acres from the government. He eventually owned 1,000 acres which he divided among his children, keeping 240 acres for himself.

Lycan, Jeremiah V. Jr. Bio 776, 777, 778. b.1820. s/o Jeremiah Lycan, Sr., and Elizabeth (James) Lycan. h/o Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. f/o John M. Lycan, Bio 778, 779; James N. Lycan; Harvey N. Lycan; Nancy A. (Lycan) Slemons; Emily (Lycan) Barnett; William Riley Lycan; Mary E. (Lycan) Tate; Lydia B. (Lycan) Perisho; Jeremiah V. Lycan); Laura (Lycan) Preston; Olivia R. (Lycan) Perisho. In 1831, at age 12, Jeremiah moved with his parents to Edgar County. He attended the crude rural school of the time, which included a harsh teacher.

Lycan, Jeremiah V. 3rd. 776, 777, 778. s/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. h/o Ella (O'Hair) Lycon. f/o Chester N. Lycan; Asa B. Lycan. Jeremiah and his family lived on 295 acres of the original home farm. Note: Connection not indicated between wife Ella's family and Jeremiah's grandmother, Nancy (O'Hair) Ogden.

Lycan, John M. Bio 778, 779. 776, 777, 778. b.1843. s/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. h/o Nancy (Lycan) Perisho. f/o Lydia I. (Lycon); Laura E. (Lycon); Jeremiah V. Lycan, died age 2; infant, died. John operated 80 acres of his father's land, farming, and raising draft horses. John was a member of Co.E, 66th Illinois Infantry, Western Sharp-Shooters. See for battles. Note: Siblings, John Lycan, Lydia B. (Lycan) Perisho, and Olivia R. (Lycan) Perisho, each married into the Perisho family, but connections were not included. (Lycan), Laura E. 778, 779. d/o John M. Lycan and Nancy (Perisho) Lycan.

(Lycan), Laura Preston. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o S. H. Preston.

(Lycan), Lydia B. Perisho. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o Jacob Perisho. Lydia was the twin of Mary E. (Lycan) Tate. Note: Siblings, John Lycan, Lydia B. (Lycan) Perisho, and Olivia R. (Lycan) Perisho, each married into the Perisho family, but connections were not included.

(Lycan), Lydia I. 778, 779. d/o John M. Lycan and Nancy (Perisho) Lycan.

(Lycan), Mary E. Tate. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o Luther Tate. Mary was the twin of Lydia B. (Lycan) Perisho.

(Lycan), Nancy A. Slemons. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o T. M. Slemons. Note: Nancy and sister Sally married into the Slemons family, but connections between their husbands not included.

(Lycan), Olivia R. Perisho. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o W. W. Perisho. Note: Siblings, John Lycan, Lydia B. (Lycan) Perisho, and Olivia R. (Lycan) Perisho, each married into the Perisho family, but connections were not included.

(Lycan), Sally Slemons. 776, 777, 778. d/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. w/o W. C. Slemons. Note: Sally and sister Nancy married into the Slemons family, but connections between their husbands not included.

Lycan, William Riley. 776, 777, 778. s/o Jeremiah V. Lycan Jr., and Lydia (Ogden) Lycan.

Lynch, (g/n/u.) 549, 550. h/o Delphia (Elliott) Lynch.

Lynch, Abraham. 657, 658. h/o Sarah (m/n/u) Lynch. f/o 7 children, including second born Mary E. (Lynch) Current.

(Lynch) Clarissa E. Current. 256, 257, 258. b.1843 d.1869/26. First wife of Isaac Current. m/o Rachel H. (Current) Bowman. Note: Brothers Isaac and James Current married Mary E. and Clarissa Lynch; relationship between the two women not included.

(Lynch), Mary E. Current, 657, 658. b.1840. d/o Abraham Lynch and Sarah (m/n/u) Lynch. w/o James M. Current. m/o William H. Current; Abraham Current; Martin A. Current; Fay Ray (Current). When Mary, 19, and James, 17, married, they 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 built a house in 1888. Note: Brothers Isaac and James Current married Mary E. and Clarissa Lynch; relationship between the two women not included.

Lynch, William P. 399. h/o Martha J. (Villars) Lynch.

Lyon, John. 207. s/o Richard Lyon and Martha (Goodwine) Lyon.

(Lyon), Martha. 207. d/o Richard Lyon and Martha (Goodwine) Lyon.

(Lyon) Mary Chace. 246, 247. w/o Henry Chace. m/o Henry L. Chace.

Lyon, Richard. 207. h/o Martha (Goodwine) Lyon. f/o John Lyon; Martha (Lyon); Thomas Lyon.

Lyon, Thomas. 207. s/o Richard Lyon and Martha (Goodwine) Lyon.

(Lyons), Tabitha Wagerman. 444, 445. w/o Andrew Wagerman. Their marriage was the first wedding in Elwood Township, Illinois.

(Lytle), Catherine Speedy. 433, 434. d/o John Lytle and Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. w/o Ferguson Speedy, deceased.

Lytle, Frank Elmer. 433, 434. s/o Robert J. Lytle and Sarah (Fleming) Lytle.

Lytle, Dr. James R. Bio 433, 434. b.1850. s/o John Lytle and Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. h/o Lauretta M. (Burrell) Lytle. (No children listed.) An excellent student, James taught for a while. A physician and surgeon, he graduated with the Class of 1881, Rush Medical College, Chicago. In 1833, he moved to Rankin, in Vermilion County.

(Lytle), S. Jennie. 433, 434. d/o John Lytle and Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. Jennie lived at the old homestead in Pennsylvania.

Lytle, John. 433, 434. b.1808. h/o Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. f/o Catherine (Lytle) Speedy; Robert J. Lytle; John P. Lytle; James R. Lytle; S. Jennie (Lytle); Mattie A. (Lytle) Brady. John moved his family from Pennsylvania to Indiana County, Illinois, in 1860.

Lytle, John P. 433, 434. s/o John Lytle and Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. h/o Debbie (Reeder) Lytle. John lived on the old homestead in Pennsylvania.

(Lytle), Mattie A. Brady. 433, 434. d/o John Lytle and Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. w/o McCloud Brady.

Lytle, Robert J. 433, 434. s/o John Lytle and Lavinia (Reed) Lytle. h/o Sarah (Fleming) Lytle. f/o Frank Elmer Lytle; Myrtle (Lytle) deceased. Robert served 3 years in Co. K of the 14th Pennsylvania Cavalry. He was a carpenter for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.

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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