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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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Oakes, Charles. 628, 629. s/o Daniel Oakes and first wife Melissa (Morrison) Oakes.

Oakes, Daniel Bio 628, 629. b.1843. s/o Michael Oakes and Rebecca (Farner) Oakes. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Melissa (Morrison) Oakes. m/o 4 children, 2 living: Charles Oakes; Eva (Oakes). (Wife #2) Margaret (Hickman) Oakes. m/o Willie Oakes. At age 17, Daniel became a member of Co. F, 71st Illinois Infantry for 3 months, then joined Co. F, 26th Illinois Infantry for 3 years. In 1864, he suffered a gunshot wound on his right side, kept on fighting, and never lost a day. In Savannah, his right knee was wounded. The hardships and exposure of war permanently affected his health. In 1869, he acquired a 110 acre farm.

(Oakes), Eva. 628, 629. d/o Daniel Oakes and first wife Melissa (Morrison) Oakes.

Oakes, John. 628, 629. s/o Michael Oakes and Rebecca (Farner) Oakes. A member of Co. F, 25th Illinois Infantry. Died in camp in Alabama in 1862.

Oakes, Michael. 628, 629. d.1882. h/o Rebecca (Farner) Oakes. f/o 1 daughter and 3 sons, including John Oakes and Daniel Oakes. Michael moved to Illinois in 1850.

Oakes, Willie. 628, 629. s/o Daniel Oakes and second wife Margaret (Hickman) Oakes.

Oaks, Edward. 414, 417. h/o Ann (Kelly) Oaks.

(Oakwood), Amanda Helmick. 278, 279, 280 d.1874. Second wife of Rev. Eli Helmick, pastor of Methodist Episcopal Church.

(Oakwood), Anna. 637, 638, 639. d/o Jacob Oakwood and first wife, Isabella (Caraway) Oakwood.

(Oakwood), Belle. 266, 267, 268. d/o Rev. Michael Oakwood and second wife, Elizabeth (Mills) Oakwood. A teacher.

(Oakwood), Belva 266, 267, 268. d/o and only surviving child of Samuel H. Oakwood and Laura (Bennett) Oakwood.

Oakwood, Charles H. 637, 638, 639. s/o Jacob Oakwood and first wife, Isabella (Caraway) Oakwood. h/o Dora Smith.

(Oakwood), Emma Smith. 420, 421, 422. d/o Henry Oakwood and Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood. w/o Charles Smith. m/o one child.

(Oakwood), Emma J. Jeffres. 637, 638, 639. d/o Jacob Oakwood and first wife, Isabella (Caraway) Oakwood. w/o L. W. Jeffries.

Oakwood, George W. 637, 638, 639. s/o Jacob Oakwood and first wife, Isabella (Caraway) Oakwood. h/o Isabella (Graves) Oakwood

Oakwood, Harvey 420, 421, 422. s/o Henry Oakwood and second wife Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood.

Oakwood, Henry, Sr. The information in the biographies of two of Henry's sons is conflicting From the Bio of Rev. Michael Oakwood, 266, 267, 268.: b.1791 d.1856/65, of German ancestry. h/o Margaret (Remley) Oakwood. b. 1789 d. 1878/89. f/o 6 sons and 3 daughters, Rev. Michael Oakwood only son to survive. Henry fought in the Battle of Tecumseh in the war of 1812. He had a good relationship with neighboring Indians. A pioneer, he held church services in his home. From the Bio of son Henry Oakwood. 420, 421, 422. b.1788. d.1854/66. h/o Margaret (Remley) Oakwood b.1794. d.1881/87. f/o 5 sons, 4 daughters, only 4 living, Henry the 3rd born. A Tennessee farmer, Henry fought in the War of 1812 with Hull's army, serving in the Kentucky Mounted Troops under Col. R. M. Johnson. Arrived in Illinois in the fall of 1833. Indians encamped for a year after the family arrived. Henry was Justice of the Peace for 12 years, Township Treasurer for 12 years. From the Bio of son the Honorable Jacob H. Oakwood 637, 638, 639. Henry's father (g/n/u) was the father of 1 son and 3 daughters; he owned 400 acres in Virginia. The maiden name of Henry's mother is still unknown. However, after Henry's father died, she married Peter Hickman. One of her daughters married Jacob Hickman, and a second daughter married Peter Hickman. Relationship of the husbands of the two daughters to their stepfather, Peter Hickman, is not included. The third Oakwood daughter married a Mr. McCracken. Henry attended school only 6 weeks. Oakwood Township was named after Henry.

Oakwood, Henry, Jr. Bio 420, 421, 422. b.1819. s/o Henry Oakwood, Sr. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Abigail (Smith) Oakwood. m/o James Oakwood who drowned at the age of 4 years. (Wife #2) Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood. m/o William Oakwood; Morgan Oakwood; Emma (Oakwood) Smith; Thomas Oakwood; Mattie (Oakwood); Harvey Oakwood; Stella (Oakwood). Henry was 14 when he came with his family to Vermilion County. He was educated in the old log school house which was on land that he later owned. Henry taught school for three years. He owned 750 acres in Oakwood Township, which was named in his honor. To the east of his property was the largest coal field in the state, Consolidated Coal of St. Louis. Henry raised stock, usually 30 cattle, 40 horses, 100 swine. He was School Director for 2 years, Road Overseer, Commissioner of Highways, and County Board of Supervisors.

Oakwood, Honorable Jacob H. Bio 637, 638, 639. b.1828. s/o Henry Oakwood and Margaret (Remley) Oakwood. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Isabella (Caraway) Oakwood. m/o Mary E. (Oakwood), died age 14; Charles H. Oakwood; George W. Oakwood; Emma J. (Oakwood) Jeffres; Anna (Oakwood); Franklin Oakwood and two other children died as infants. (Wife #2) Rosanna (Coleman) Alexander Oakwood. Jacob was 5 years old when he came with his family to Vermilion County. In 1857 he opened a mercantile business which he operated in 1857, 1858, 1862, and 1863 in Catlin Village. He was interested in his 132 acre farm. He was part of the General Assembly of Illinois in 1872, and also 1876. He was Township Clerk, Justice of the Peace, Secretary of the Agricultural Society of Vermilion County and served as its President for 20 years.

Oakwood, John M. 266, 267, 268 b.1866 s/o Rev. Michael Oakwood and second wife Elizabeth (Mills) Oakwood. John was their only child to survive childhood. h/o Ellie (Copeland) Oakwood. John was a teacher and principal of St. Joseph High School.

Oakwood, Martin. 379, 380. Former owner of property acquired in 1867 by Charles Hillman.

(Oakwood), Mattie. 420, 421, 422. d/o Henry Oakwood and second wife Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood.

Oakwood, Rev. Michael Oakwood. 266, 267, 268 b.1823. s/o Henry Oakwood and Margaret (Remley) Oakwood. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Nancy (Copeland) Oakwood, m/o Samuel H. Oakwood. (Wife #2) Elizabeth (Mills) Oakwood m/o Belle (Oakwood) who died age 25; Wilbur Oakwood died age 2; Edwin Oakwood died age 9; John M. Oakwood only child to survive childhood. Michael was 10 years old when the family moved to Illinois in 1833. Minister of Methodist Episcopal Church, Michael was in the ministry for 35 years. Home schooled by father. Rev. Michael and his 4 brothers became teachers.

Oakwood, Morgan. 420, 421, 422. s/o Henry Oakwood and second wife Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood. h/o Julia (Trimmell) Oakwood. f/o 2 children.

Oakwood, Samuel H. 266, 267, 268 s/o Rev. Michael Oakwood and first wife Nancy (Copeland) Oakwood. h/o Laura (Bennett) Oakwood. f/o Belva Oakwood, the only child of 2 sons and 2 daughters to survive. Samuel was a teacher, and also in the mercantile business.

(Oakwood), Stella. 420, 421, 422. d/o Henry Oakwood and second wife Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood.

Oakwood, Thomas. 420, 421, 422. s/o Henry Oakwood and second wife Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood. h/o Etta (Longstreth) Oakwood. f/o 2 children.

Oakwood, William. 420, 421, 422. s/o Henry Oakwood and second wife Priscilla (Sailor) Oakwood. h/o Annie (Longstreth) Oakwood. f/o 3 children. William was a farmer.

Oar, Sylvester. 933, 934, 937. h/o Olive (Bacon) Oar, deceased. Sylvester was a blacksmith in Kansas, Edgar County.

(Oble), Ann E. Bolden 489. Born a slave, w/o John E. Bolden, also a former slave. m/o 12 children, 7 living: Laura A. (Bolden) Davis; Vinnie A. Bolden; John H. W. Bolden; Florence L. (Bolden); Mabel D. (Bolden); Joshua W. Bolden; infant girl. In February, 1865, two important things happened in the life of John and Ann: They were married, and John escaped during a raid by General Stoneman. Settling in Tennessee after the war, John sent for Ann and they lived in Rheatown, Tennessee, until 1870 when they came to Ridge Farm, IL. He owned his shop and residence.

(Ocheltree), Elizabeth Custer Myers. 319, 320, 321. 360. 752, 753, 754. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Jacob Custer f/o 9 children, 6 surviving, including Martha E. (Custer) Dalbey, the second born child; Mary E. (Custer) Hays. (Husband #2) Joe or John L. Meyers.

(Ocheltree), Martha McCoy. 644, 645. w/o Alexander McCoy. m/o Eleanor (McCoy) Ball.

O'Conell, Richard. 238, 239. h/o Armilda (Douglass) O'Conell.

(Odle), Anna Ross. 361, 362. b.1869. d/o Miles Odle and first wife Susan (Hunter) Odle.

(Odle), Ella Florence. 361, 362. b.1867. d/o Miles Odle and first wife Susan (Hunter) Odle.

(Odle,) Frances J. 361, 362. b.1883. d/o Miles Odle and second wife Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle.

(Odle), Hattie Letitia. 361, 362. b. 1874. d/o Miles Odle and second wife Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle.

Odle, John Lindsay. 361, 362. b. 1875. s/o Miles Odle and second wife Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle.

Odle, Miles. Bio 361, 362. b.1841. s/o Nathan B. Odle and Frances (Watkins) Odle. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Susan (Hunter) Odle. m/o Ella Florence (Odle); Anna Ross (Odle). (Wife #2) Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle. m/o Hattie Letitia (Odle); John Lindsay Odle; Miles Sherman Odle; Nathan W. Odle; Frances J. (Odle). Miles served for 3 years in Co. A, 15th Indiana Infantry, which was later transferred to the Army of Ohio under Gen. Buell. See for extensive battle history. Miles was a farmer with 190 acres in Grant Township, Illinois, and 320 acres in Nebraska. In 1886 to 1889, Miles operated a mercantile business in Cheneyville. Note: Miles Odle married two women whose maiden name was Hunter; no relationship included.

Odle, Miles Sherman. 361, 362. b. 1878. s/o Miles Odle and second wife Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle.

Odle, Nathan. 361, 362. h/o Frances (Watkins) Odle. f/o Miles Odle. Nathan was a farmer.

Odle, Nathan W. 361, 362. b. 1880. s/o Miles Odle and second wife Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle.

O'Donnell, Condy. 1036, 1037, 1038. Deceased. h/o Sarah J. (Hanley) O'Donnel, deceased also.

Ogden, C. A. 1024, 1025. Died in the Civil War. First husband of (g/n/u) (Hanks) Ogden Shumaker. f/o Mary V. (Ogden); Carlos A. Ogden; Iva A. (Ogden).

Ogden, Carlos A. 1024, 1025. s/o C. A. Ogden and (g/n/u) (Hanks) Ogden Shumaker.

(Ogden) Elizabeth Perisho. 778, 779. b.1820. d.1888/68. w/o Hervey Perisho. m/o 7 children, including Nancy (Perisho) Lycan.

(Ogden), Iva. 1024, 1025. d/o C. A. Ogden and (g/n/u) (Hanks) Ogden Shumaker.

Ogden, James. 535, 536. Fourth husband of Jane (Thompson) Stevens McCabe Brown Ogden.

Ogden, Jessee 776, 777. s/o Stephen Ogden and Lydia (Cumpton) Ogden. h/o Nancy (O'Hair) Ogden. f/o Lydia (Ogden) Lycan.

(Ogden), Lydia Lycan. 776, 777. 778. d/o Jessee Ogden and Nancy (O'Hair) Ogden. w/o Jeremiah V. Lycan. m/o John M. Lycan; 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.

(Ogden), Mary V. 1024, 1025. d/o C. A. Ogden and (g/n/u) (Hanks) Ogden Shumaker.

Ogden, Stephen 776, 777. h/o Lydia (Cumpton) Ogden. f/o Jessee Ogden. Stephen left Kentucky in 1834 and moved to Edgar County, Illinois.

Ogeltree, (g/n/u). 1000, 1001. h/o (g/n/u) (Turner) Ogeltree. Heirs of a large estate of the Turner Family in England

Ogle, F. M. 476, 477. h/o Melissa (Bailey) Ogle. f/o 10 children. Residents of Kansas.

Ogle, Henry. 832. h/o Mary (Harris) Ogle. Henry and Richard Ogle married sisters Mary and Lodema Harris, but connection between the two men not included.

Ogle, Richard. 832. h/o Lodema (Harris) Ogle. Richard and Henry Ogle married sisters Mary and Lodema Harris, but no connection between the two men included.

O'Hair, (g/n/u). 911, 912. f/o John O'Hair; Michael O'Hair; James O'Hair; William O'Hair; Washington O'Hair; Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

(O'Hair), Ella Lycan. 776, 777, 778. d/o John W. O'Hair. w/o Jeremiah V. Lycan (s/o Jeremiah V. Lycan, Jr.) m/o Chester N. Lycan; Asa B. Lycan. Note: Connection not indicated between Ella's family and her husband's grandmother, Nancy (O'Hair) Ogden.

O'Hair, James S. 1061, 1062. James was a blacksmith in Edgar County. In 1849, William M. Lauher was apprenticed to him for 5 years, at $3.50 per month (totaling $210).

O'Hair, James. 911, 912. s/o g/n/u O'Hair.

O'Hair, John W. 776, 777, 778. f/o Ella (O'Hair) Lycan.

O'Hair, John. 911, 912. s/o g/n/u O'Hair.

(O'Hair), Mary Hanks. 911, 912. d/o g/n/u O'Hair. w/o William Hanks. m/o 14 children, 13 survived: James Hanks; Berry Hanks; Nancy J. (Hanks) Swango; Sibby (Hanks) Wells; Caroline (Hanks) Sizemore; Mary E. (Hanks) Baber; Michael Hanks; Nelson Hanks; Evaline (Hanks) McAlister; Sarah (Hanks) Quinn. Deceased: William Hanks; Jackson Hanks; Green Hanks; an infant daughter.

O'Hair, Michael. 776, 777, 778.

Born in Ireland, Michael settled in Morgan County, Kentucky, where he died. f/o Nancy (O'Hair) Ogden.

O'Hair, Michael. 911, 912. s/o g/n/u O'Hair. Michael operated a mill by horsepower at Elbridge, where corn and flour were ground.

(O'Hair), Nancy Ogden. 776, 777, 778. d/o Michael O'Hair. w/o Jessee Ogden. m/o Lydia (Ogden) Lycan. Note: Connection not indicated between Nancy's family and Ella (O'Hair) Lycan, the wife of her grandson, Jeremiah V. Lycan.

O'Hair, Washington. 911, 912. s/o g/n/u O'Hair.

O'Hair, William. 911, 912. s/o g/n/u O'Hair.

(Olehy), Adeline Fagins. 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o Marion Fagins.

Olehy, Albert. 418, 419, 420. s/o F. M. Olehy and Minerva J. (Martin) Olehy.

(Olehy), Alice Waits 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o Sherman Waits.

(Olehy), Alvira Clingan 475, 476. 725, 726. b. 1835. d/o John and Mary (Ritter) Olehy. w/o James Sylvester Clingan. m/o John W. Clingan; Dennis R. Clingan; Mary E. (Clingan) died age 2; Luther Clingan. Alvira and James eventually purchased part of her father's estate.

(Olehy), Annie R. 584, 585. d/o William Jasper Olehy and Mary (Olehy) Olehy (correct).

Olehy, Dennis. 725, 726. Born in Ireland, came to America in 1790 and settled in Virginia. f/o Martha (Olehy) Rouse.

Olehy. Dennis. 584, 585. s/o Jacob Olehy and Annie (Glaze) Olehy. Note: No mention of who cared for the Olehy children when their parents died of cholera in 1849.

Olehy, Dennis 210, 211; 418, 419, 420. d.1877. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. Died 1845. m/o Nancy (Olehy) Martin, deceased; Rachel (Olehy) Villars; Mary A. (Olehy) Current. F. M. Olehy, Home 416. Bio 418, 419, 420; Sarah Emily (Olehy) Newton; James Olehy, deceased; Perry Olehy, died as a Union soldier. (Wife #2) Sarah Ann (Jones) 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. Dennis was a small boy when his parents died, and little information was available. In 1830 he left Ohio for Vermilion County, where Indians still roamed, and deer and other wild game were plentiful. Dennis erected a pole shanty as their first shelter until he could build a round log house. His son, F. M. Olehy was born in the log house. (See farm, home, buildings and bio of F. M. on 416, 418, 419, 420. Perhaps Sarah and Rosa Bell (w/o Joshua Olehy) were related.

(Olehy), Elizabeth Hall 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o Herbert Hall.

(Olehy), Ellen Marble) 418, 419, 420. Died before 1889. d/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o John Marble

Olehy, F. M. Farm, residence, and buildings 416, Bio 418, 419, 420. b.1837 in father's log house. s/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. h/o Minerva J. (Martin) Olehy. f/o Mary (Olehy) Villars; William D. Olehy; Albert Olehy; Minnie (Olehy) George M. Olehy, died at 4 months. F. M. went to a primitive school. He enjoyed hunting. He helped his father, went to markets with him, and made a trip to Chicago which was 125 miles away. In 1868, he bought his 190 acre farm.

Olehy, Henry 418, 419, 420 h/o Jane (Olehy) Olehy (correct).

Olehy, Jacob. 584, 585. d.1849 of cholera. s/o Virginius Olehy. h/o Annie (Glaze) Olehy. f/o Rebecca (Olehy) Cook; Dennis Olehy; Martha R. (Olehy) Martin; William Jasper Olehy, Bio 584, 585. Leaving Ohio, Jacob and his family arrived in Vermilion County in 1833-1834.

Olehy, James 418, 419, 420. s/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. Died before 1889.

(Olehy), Jane Olehy (correct) 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o Henry Olehy.

Olehy, John. 475, 476. 725, 726. h/o Mary (Ritter) Olehy. f/o 14 children, 4 living: Louisa (Olehy) Rouse; Alvira (Olehy) Clingan; Mary (Olehy) Clyman; Rebecca Jane (Olehy) Watson. Note: Possible family relationship between John and his daughter, Louisa (Olehy) Rouse, to Louisa's mother-in-law, Martha (Olehy) Rouse.

Olehy, Joshua 210, 211; 418, 419, 420. s/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. h/o Rosa Belle (Jones) Olehy. Double relationships between Olehys and Jones not included.

(Olehy), Louisa Rouse 475, 476. 725, 726. b. 1835. d/o John and Mary (Ritter) Olehy. w/o Dennis H. Rouse. m/o Reason A. Rouse; Dennis A. Rouse. Note: Possible family relationship between John Rouse and his daughter, Louisa (Olehy) Rouse, to Louisa's mother-in-law, Martha (Olehy) Rouse.

(Olehy), Martha Marble. 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and second wife Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o Job Marble.

(Olehy) Martha R. Martin. 584, 585. d/o Jacob Olehy and Annie (Glaze) Olehy. w/o and widow of John Martin. Note: No mention of who cared for the Olehy children when their parents died of cholera in 1849.

(Olehy), Martha Rouse. 725, 726 d.1832. d/o Dennis Olehy who was born in Ireland. w/o Reason Rouse. m/o 6 children, including Dennis H. Rouse, Bio 725, 726. In 1831, Reason sold all of his property in preparation for a move from Ohio to Illinois. However, he died before he could even begin the move. Two weeks later Martha and the 6 children moved, making the journey with teams, driving stock before them. Mary bought 80 acres of forest covered land near Danville's courthouse. The family wintered in a log cabin. That winter Martha died. Relatives took in the children. Note: Possible family relationship between John Olehy and his daughter, Louisa (Olehy) Rouse, to Louisa's mother-in-law, Martha (Olehy) Rouse.

Olehy), Mary A. Olehy (correct). 584, 585. d.1880. d/o William Olehy and Mary (Glaze) Olehy. w/o William Jasper Olehy. m/o Annie R. (Olehy); Mary E. (Olehy). Note: Mary and husband William Jasper Olehy may be double first cousins. Their fathers, Jacob and William Olehy, may have been brothers, their mothers, Mary Glaze and Annie Glaze, may have been sisters.

(Olehy), Mary Clyman. 475, 476. 725, 726. b. 1835. d/o John and Mary (Ritter) Olehy. w/o Herman Clyman

(Olehy), Mary A. Current. 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. w/o Martin Current.

(Olehy), Mary E. 584, 585. d/o William Jasper Olehy and Mary A (Olehy) Olehy (correct)

(Olehy), Mary Villars. 418, 419, 420. d/o F. M. Olehy and Minerva J. (Martin) Olehy. w/o John Villars.

(Olehy), Minnie. 418, 419, 420. d/o F. M. Olehy and Minerva J. (Martin) Olehy.

(Olehy), Nancy Martin. 418, 419, 420. Deceased. d/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. w/o Joseph Martin.

Olehy, Perry. 418, 419, 420. s/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. Perry died as a Union soldier.

(Olehy) Rachel Villars. 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. w/o John Villars.

(Olehy), Rebecca Jane Watson. 475, 476. 725, 726. b. 1835. d/o John and Mary (Ritter) Olehy. w/o George Watson. Note: No mention of who cared for the Olehy children when their parents died of cholera in 1849.

(Olehy), Rebecca Cook. 584, 585. d/o Jacob Olehy and Annie (Glaze) Olehy. w/o Alonzo Cook.

(Olehy), Ruth A. Hathaway. 418, 419, 420. Died before 1889. d/o Dennis Olehy and Sarah Ann (Jones) Olehy. w/o Thomas Hathaway.

(Olehy), Sarah Emily Newton. 418, 419, 420. d/o Dennis Olehy and first wife Elizabeth (Glaze) Olehy. w/o Isaac Newton, deceased.

Olehy, Virginius. 584, 585. f/o Jacob Olehy.

Olehy, William. 584, 585. h/o Mary (Glaze) Olehy. f/o Mary A. (Olehy-correct) Olehy.

 Olehy, William D. 418, 419, 420. s/o F. M. Olehy and Minerva J. (Martin) Olehy.

Olehy. William Jasper. Bio 584, 585. b.1840. s/o Jacob Olehy and Annie (Glaze) Olehy. h/o Mary A. (Olehy - correct) Olehy. f/o Annie R. (Olehy); Mary E. (Olehy). Williams parents both died of cholera in 1849, when he was only 9 years old. Note: No mention of who cared for William and his 3 siblings. William's education lasted only 6 months. He enlisted in Co. A, 125th Illinois Infantry under Captain Ralston. The regiment was assigned to the 11th or 14th Army Corps under General Thomas; the regiment was with Sherman in his march to the sea, and at the Grand Review. William was a farmer on his 78 acres, and worked in a sawmill. In 1881 he purchased his homestead. Note: William and wife Annie may have been double first co

usins. Their fathers, Jacob and William Olehy, may have been brothers, their mothers, Mary Glaze and Annie Glaze, may have been sisters.

(Olhand), Margaret Snyder. 476, 477. w/o Charles Snyder. m/o 8 children

Oliver, James. 888, 889. h/o Caroline (Crawford) Oliver. Residents of Paris Township.

Oliver, John. 413, 414. h/o Elizabeth (m/n/u) Oliver. f/o Sarah (Oliver) Brewer.

Oliver, Samuel A. 291, 292. h/o Mary (Wright) Oliver. Moved his family to southern Texas. (Oliver), Sarah Blakeney. 489, 490. d. age 65. w/o John T. Blakeney Blakeney. m/o: Martha (Blakeney); William Blakeney; Hezekiah Blakeney; Nancy (Blakeney) John Blakeney,see Bio 489, 490; Thomas Blakeney; Sarah J. (Blakeney); Polly A. (Blakeney); Melinda (Blakeney); Hugh Blakeney; James Blakeney; Angeline (Blakeney) Adams Bishop. Originally from Virginia. Note: Sarah is the great great grandmother of Norma Hall Ewing.

(Oliver), Sarah Brewer. 413, 414. d/o John Oliver and Elizabeth (m/n/u) Oliver. Second wife of John W. Brewer. m/o Albert Frank Brewer; Edmund Brewer; Perry Brewer; Ben Brewer; Effie (Brewer); Clara (Brewer); Ettie (Brewer).

Olmstead (g/n/u). 329, 330, 331. First husband of Lou (Stansberry) Olmstead Hopper.

Olmstead, Albert C. 370, 371, 372. 768, 769, 770. s/o Albert G. Olmstead and Elizabeth Ann (Wright) Olmstead. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

Olmstead, Albert G. 254 Farm and residence, "Hazel Farm." Bio 370, 371, 372, also Bio 768, 769, 770. b.1831. s/o Stanley Olmstead and Almira (Green) Olmstead. h/o Elizabeth Ann (Wright) Olmstead. f/o Mary B. (Olmstead) Palmer; Charles Olmstead; William C. Olmstead; George E. Olmstead; Albert C. Olmstead. The Stanley Olmstead family of parents and grandparents arrived in Illinois when Albert was 8. He was educated in a log schoolhouse. When his father died, 17-year-old Albert supported the family. He rented a farm from Harry Sandusky. (Note: Albert's mother-in-law was Mary Brown (Sandusky) Wright. Connection unknown.) When a "County Farm" (for poor people) was purchased in 1867, Albert was made Superintendent of Catlin Township, a position he held for 8 years. Mrs. Olmstead inherited part of her father's farm, and Albert purchased the rest, for a total of 180 acres. He was a supervisor, and a school trustee for 11 years. Some of his ancestors were Puritans, but they are not identified. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

Olmstead, Charles. 370, 371, 372. 768, 769, 770. s/o Albert G. Olmstead and Elizabeth Ann (Wright) Olmstead. h/o Agnes (Emmet) Olmstead, who died in 1887. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

Olmstead, George. 370, 371, 372. 768, 769, 770. d.1841. h/o Hannah (Roberts) Olmstead. f/o Stanley Olmstead. George came to Illinois in 1839 with son Stanley's family, nd died 2 years later. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

Olmstead, George E. 370, 371, 372. 768, 769, 770. s/o Albert G. Olmstead and Elizabeth Ann (Wright) Olmstead. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

(Olmstead), Mary B. Palmer. 370, 371, 372. 768, 769, 770. d/o Albert G. Olmstead and Elizabeth Ann (Wright) Olmstead. w/o John N. or H. Palmer. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

Olmstead, Stanley. 370, 371, 372. 768, 769, 770. d.1848. s/o George Olmstead and Hannah (Roberts) Olmstead. First husband of Almira (Green) Olmstead Douglas. f/o unnamed first child; Albert G. Olmstead, second born, Bio 768, 769, 770. Stanley came to Illinois in 1839 with family and parents. He eventually owned Olmstead Mill, produced lumber and built flat boats. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used.

Olmstead, William C. 370, 371, 372. s/o Albert G. Olmstead and Elizabeth Ann (Wright) Olmstead. h/o Eva (Beck) Olmstead. Note: In a second biography of Albert G. Olmstead, pages 768, 769, 770, the spelling "Olmsted" is used in his biography, as well as in the biographies of George, Stanley, Mary E, Charles, William C. George E. and Albert C. For these individuals, see "Olmstead."

(O'Marrow), Catherine Sconce, 698, 699. b.1837 in Ireland. d/o John O'Marrow and Mary (m/n/u) O'Marrow, both born in Ireland. w/o William H. Sconce. m/o Lucy E. L. (Sconce) Thompson; Mary M. J. (Sconce) Willison; Cero Gordo (Sconce) Cheney; Lilly F. (Sconce) Catlett; Luella (Sconce) Layton; John W. C Sconce; Althea D. (Sconce). In 1849, Catherine came to America with her widowed mother and siblings; the crossing of the Atlantic took 3 months. They lived in Xenia, Ohio, for 7 years, arriving in 1857 in Georgestown, Illinois. In 1858, three years after their marriage in 1855, William bought 80 acres, and later added 80 acres more. When he began his farm, it was raw prairie, abundant with wild life. He was always concerned about the threat of prairie fires.

O'Marrow, John 698, 699. Born in Ireland. h/o Mary (m/n/u) O'Marrow, also born in Ireland. In 1849, his widow came to America with 2 sons and 2 daughters. Crossing of the Atlantic took 3 months. They lived in Xeni, Ohio, for 7 years, arriving in 1857 in Georgestown, Illinois.

O'Neal, (g/n/u) 409, 410. f/o James O'Neal and (g/n/u) O'Neal.

(O'Neal), (g/n/u) Bates 409, 410. d/o (g/n/u) O'Neal. w/o Joel Bates. m/o Eliza (Bates) Stine.

(O'Neal), Cynthia Bates. 435, 436. d/o Thomas O'Neal and Sarah (Howard) O'Neal. w/o John Bates of Batestown.

(O'Neal), Ellen Padgitt. Bio 596. d/o Isaac O'Neal and America (Lowe) O'Neal. w/o John L. Padgitt. m/o Viola F. (Padgitt) Taylor; Celia J. (Padgitt) Cook; Birdie D. Padgitt.

(O'Neal), Eveline: See (O'Neal), Ina Eveline Cook.

(O'Neal), Gertie. 596. d/o Isaac O'Neal and America (Lowe) O'Neal. Gertie lived in Kansas

(O'Neal) Ina Eveline Cook 528; 596; 237. b.1857, d/o (Isaac O'Neal and America (Lowe) O'Neal. w/o James P. Cook. (Note: 236, 237, 238, 596, "Eveline" used instead of Ina.) m/o Lillian (Gertrude (Cook); Stella E. (Cook) and twin Lena J. (Cook); Herman Cook. Their wedding was in the home of Ina's sister. James and Ina moved to their home on 92 acres near Westville, and remained there.

O'Neal, Isaac 596; 528. Mr. O'Neal was the husband of three women: (Wife #1) America (Lowe) O'Neal. m/o Ellen (O'Neal) Padgitt; Samuel O'Neal; Maude (O,Neal); Gertie (O'Neal); Ina Evaline (O'Neal) Cook. (Wife #2) Name not included. m/o 5 children, Ina (O'Neal) Cook being the third born. (Wife #3) Unnamed. Note: It is unclear if Ina and Eveline are the same person, and, if so, the name of the mother is also unclear.

O'Neal, James 409, 410. s/o g/n/u) O'Neal. James was the first male white child born in Vermilion County, Illinois. James was the brother of the unnamed wife of Joel Bates, and uncle of Eliza (Bates) Stine.

O'Neal, James. 913, 914, 917. f/o Nancy (O'Neal) Scott. James was an early pioneer.

O'Neal, James. 435, 436. s/o Thomas O'Neal and Sarah (Howard) O'Neal.

O'Neal, John. 435, 436. f/o Thomas O'Neal. John was a Kentucky pioneer.

(O'Neal), Maud. 596. d/o Isaac O'Neal and first wife America (Lowe) O'Neal. Maud lived in Kansas.

(O'Neal), Nancy Ballah. 435, 436. d/o Thomas O'Neal and Sarah (Howard) O'Neal. w/o Lewis Ballah.

(O'Neal), Nancy Scott. 913, 914, 917. Died 1880. d/o James O'Neal. Second wife of Andrew J. Scott. m/o Ada C. (Scott); Russell F. Scott.

O'Neal, Perry. Bio 435, 436. b.1825. s/o Thomas O'Neal and Sarah (Howard) O'Neal. Perry was educated in a subscription school in a log house. In 1852 he began work on a tract of land in Vance Township. He built a frame house, improved 100 acres, and made it his home. He eventually owned 180 acres.

O'Neal, Samuel. 596. s/o Isaac O'Neal and first wife America (Lowe) O'Neal. h/o (g/n/u) Graves. f/o two children.

O'Neal, Thomas. 435, 436. s/o John O'Neal. h/o Sarah (Howard) O'Neal. f/o James O'Neal; Perry O'Neal; Nancy (O'Neal) Ballah; Cynthia (O'Neal) Bates. Thomas had a tannery factory, the first manufacturing company of any kind in Vermilion County. Thomas built a log house on government land, but missed out on buying the property when it was available for purchase. He then bought 80 acres in 1826 in Danville. He felled trees on the property to make his log house. He made an annual trip to Chicago to sell grain and wheat in order to buy household supplies. In 1840 he became Coroner. He was well acquainted with Lincoln.

Ongles, Joseph H. 996, 997. f/o Mary (Ongles) Pinnell. Joseph was a blacksmith and an early settler in Illinois.

(Ongles), Mary Pinnell. 996, 997. d/o Joseph H. Ongles. w/o Elijah Pinnell. m/o Elihu Pinnell; Ann E. (Pinnell); Lucy (Pinnell), died age 25; John H. Pinnell; William H. Pinnell; Melinda B. (Pinnell); Joseph R. Pinnell, Bio 996, 997; Sarah E. (Pinnell); Willis O. Pinnell. Leaving Virginia, the family moved to Kentucky, then to Illinois. In 1860, they settled in Kansas Township. Elijah died 2 years later. Son Joseph was 12 and helped Mary until he was 16. She later lived with Joseph at his home in Shiloh Township.

(Oniel), Gertrude. 556, 557. d/o Samuel O'Niel and Amanda M. (Graves) Oniel.

(Oniel), Minnie L. 556, 557. d/o Samuel O'Niel and Amanda M. (Graves) Oniel.

O'Niel, Samuel. 556, 557. h/o Amanda M. (Graves) O'Niel. f/o Minnie L. O'Niel; Gertrude (O'Niel). Residents of Kansas.

Orr, Abner Ross, Sr. 1111, 1112, 1113. 604. s/o James Orr and second wife Mary A. (Ross) Orr. h/o Mary Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. f/o 6 children: Maude (Orr); Esther (Orr); Mabel (Orr); Myrtle (Orr); Harry Orr; Abner Orr, Jr. Abner was a prosperous farmer of Clark County.. Orr, Abner, Jr. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o Abner Ross Orr and Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

Orr, Edward Lisle (or Lyle) 719. s/o James W. Orr and Eliza (Todd) Orr. See also 1111, 1112, 1113.

Orr, B. Franklin. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o James Orr and second wife Mary A. (Ross) Orr. h/o Lettie (Ross) Orr. B. Franklin was a ranchman and cattleman of Kansas.

(Orr), Esther. 1111, 1112, 1113. d/o Abner Ross Orr and Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

Orr, Francis. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o Thomas J. Orr and Mary Elizabeth (Lowderback) Orr. Residents of Cumberland County, Illinois.

Orr, Harry. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o Abner Ross Orr and Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

Orr, Iva M. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o Thomas J. Orr and Mary Elizabeth (Lowderback) Orr. Residents of Cumberland County, Illinois.

Orr, James. Bio 1111, 1112, 1113. 719. 923, 924, 927. b.1809. Youngest and only surviving child of John Dale Orr and Elizabeth (Johns) Orr. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Margaret (Fortney) Orr. m/o James A. Orr, accidentally shot at 16; Louise J. (Orr) Ross, deceased; John D. Orr; Margaret (Ross), deceased. (Wife #2) Mary (Ross) Orr. m/o 6 boys, 4 survived: Abner Ross Orr; Thomas J. Orr; James W. Orr; Franklin Orr. Deceased sons: Timothy W. Orr, died at 6 years; Hiram E. Orr, died age 2. In 1859, James' education was limited to school in the winter, between ages 5 to 18, and then he became a teacher. At age 40 he moved westward. In 1851 (after his second marriage in 1845) the family arrived in Illinois and settled on a farm in Coles County, then to Young America Township where he farmed for many years. A member of the Baptist Church at age 53, he organized the Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Edgar County in 1858 and served as minister with a beginning membership of 9. His final move was to Sidell, Vermilion County, Illinois. Note: James' immediate family has an unusually extensive connection to the Ross family. Louise, deceased daughter by first wife Margaret (Fortney), married William H. Ross. The second wife of James was Mary A. (Ross); their son, Franklin, married Lettie (Ross). The first child of James and Mary, Abner Ross Orr, bore the names of both grandfathers.

Orr, James W. Jr. Bio 719. b.1857. s/o James Orr and second wife Mary A. (Ross) Orr. h/o Eliza (Todd) Orr. f/o Edward Lisle (or Lyle) Orr. James grew up on his father's farm in Ohio. In 1885 he moved to Sidell. James was a grain dealer, and in 1887, Mr. Bushnell of Hoopestown built the largest grain elevator at Sidell. James was also a partner in a lumber business, Lyons and Orr. James' farm consisted of 40 acres. See also 1111, 1112, 1113.

Orr, John. 321, 327 h/o Parthenia (m/n/u) Orr. f/o 12, Susan (Orr) Cox being the 4th born.

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

Orr, John D. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o James Orr, Sr. and first wife Margaret (Fortney) Orr. Grandson of John Dale Orr and Elizabeth (Johns) Orr.

(Orr), Louise J. Ross. 1111, 1112, 1113. Deceased. d/o James Orr and first wife Margaret (Fortney) Orr. w/o William H. Ross. m/o 5 children who lived with their father in Beeville, Texas.

(Orr), Mabel. 1111, 1112, 1113. d/o Abner Ross Orr and Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

(Orr), Margaret Dougherty, 689, 690, 691, 692. w/o William Arron Dougherty.

(Orr), Maude. 1111, 1112, 1113. Daughter of Abner Ross Orr and Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

(Orr), Myrtle. 1111, 1112, 1113. d/o Abner Ross Orr and Elizabeth (Guthrie) Orr. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

Orr, Parthenia (m/n/u). 324, 327. b. 1831, 4th child of 12. w/o John Orr. m/o Susan (Orr) Cox

(Orr), Susan Cox. 324, 327. d/o John Orr and Parthenia (m/n/u) Orr. w/o Rev. Thomas Cox. m/o William L. Cox; Martha J. (Cox) Clapp; David M. Cox.

Orr, Thomas J. 1111, 1112, 1113. s/o James Orr and second wife Mary A. (Ross) Orr. h/o Mary Elizabeth (Lowderback) Orr. father of Iva M. Orr; Francis Orr. Residents of Cumberland County, Illinois.

Osborn, (g/n/u). 626. Two sisters, Julia Ann and Lucretia Brittingham, were wives of men, or a man, named Osborn. Brothers often married sisters, and on occasion, men married sisters of their late wives. There is a connection, but not included in the biography.

(Osborn), Alice M. Hiller Fleming. 701, 702. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) (g/n/u) Hiller. (Husband #2) William Fleming. f/o Leroy Hiller; Jay Hiller.

(Osborn), Amanda J. McKee. Home 916. Bio 887, 888. d/o Levi Osborn and Frances (Williams) Osborn. w/o John McKee (Jr.). m/o Emma (McKee) Boomer, deceased at 21; Flora (McKee) Wyatt; Ellie E. (McKee) Blackburn; Robert McKee; Marion McKee, died in 1888; L. Orion McKee; Fred McKee. Amanda was born in Urbana, Champaign County, Ohio. At age 16, the Osborns came to Illinois overland with teams, crossed the Wabash at Terre Haute. Amanda's father died in 1858 and her mother Frances (Williams) Osborn lived with Amanda until Mrs. Osborn's death in 1884. Amanda's husband, John, died in 1888, and she assumed operations of their farm, raising grain and stock. Daughter Marion also died in 1888, and daughter Emma died in 1889.

(Osborn), America A. 887, 888. Daughter of Levi Osborn and Frances (Williams) Osborn. America was a resident of Kansas City, Missouri.

(Osborn), Anna F. Dole. 1031, 1032, 1033. b.1840. d/o Col. John Osborn and Emily (McCorkle) Osborn. w/o Col. George Dole. m/o Milton O. Dole, deceased; Mary (Dole), deceased; Alfred Emmett Dole; George Dole.

Osborn, Francis. 887, 888. s/o Levi Osborn and Frances (Williams) Osborn. Francis joined the 42nd Illinois Infantry and served as a surgeon with the rank of Major General. He was killed by guerillas in Memphis, Tennessee. Brother William served in the same unit.

Osborn, Henry C. 887, 888. s/o Levi Osborn (Sr.) and Frances (Williams) Osborn. Henry was a farmer in Anderson County, Kansas.

Osborn, Col. John. 1031, 1032, 1033. h/o Emily (McCorkle) Osborn. f/o Anna F. (Osborn) Dole. John was an attorney in Indiana.

Osborn, Joseph. 887, 888. f/o Levi Osborn. Joseph left Virginia, moved to Kentucky, and later to Illinois.

Osborn, Levi, Sr. 887, 888. b.1806. d.1858/52. s/o Joseph Osborn. h/o Frances (Williams) Osborn. f/o Amanda J. (Osborn) McKee; William Osborn, deceased; Francis M. Osborn, deceased; America A. (Osborn); Levi H. Osborn; Henry C Osborn. When Levi arrived in Illinois from Kentucky, he rented land in Champaign County. He was a livestock dealer and drove livestock to Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, and Florida until 1851. He moved to Ross Township to 160 acres.

Osborn, Levi H., Jr. 887, 888. s/o Levi Osborn (Sr.) and Frances (Williams) Osborn. Levi was a merchant in Garnett, Kansas.

Osborn, William. 887, 888. s/o Levi Osborn and Frances (Williams) Osborn. William joined the 42nd Illinois Infantry in 1864 and served as Captain. Brother Francis served in the same unit. William resigned because of ill health. He had a career as a lawyer in Tennessee.

Osborne, Mrs (g/n/u, m/n/u) Osborn Athon. 991, 992. w/o two men, Mr. Osborne, and Henry Athon.

Osgood and Haywood. 343, 344. Lumber business in Indian Territory, Creek Nation. Alex L. White superintendent.

(O'Shea), Sally Cessna. 372, 373. w/o William L. D. Cessna. m/o one.

Ostrander, (g/n/u). 693, 694. h/o (g/n/u) (Foster) Ostrander. f/o Harriet (Ostrander) Stufflebeam.

(Ostrander), Harriet Stufflebeam, 693, 694. b.1816 d.1845/29. d/o (g/n/u) Ostrander and (g/n/u) (Foster) Ostrander. Second wife of John Stufflebeam. m/o Oliver P. Stufflebeam, Bio 693, 694. Morgan Stufflebeam; Miller O. Stufflebeam; Margaret (Stufflebeam) Walters. Oliver was 7 when his parents died. He was raised by Harriet's uncle, Zebulon Foster.

Otis, John. 878, 879. f/o Sarah (Otis) McCulloch.

(Otis), Sarah McCulloch. 878, 879. d/o John Otis. w/o James McCulloch. f/o Otis McCulloch.

O'Toole, William. 255, 256. h/o Annie M. (Dodson) O'Toole.

(Overpeek), Margaret Lewis. 942, 943. Died 1871. First wife of Cyrus Lewis. m/o Laura (Lewis) Hoult; Ella M. (Lewis); Sadie A. (Lewis).

Owen, Alexander D. Residence 501. Bio 606, 607. b. 1845. s/o Vincent Owen and Jane (Adams) Owen. h/o Catherine (Rubrake) Owen. No children included. In 1863, at age 18, Alexander joined Co. L. 1st Ohio Cavalry and served two years as body guard for General Thomas, and as dispatch bearer. Alexander and his bride came to Vermilion County in 1869. On his 80 acre farm, he became interested in dairying.

Owen, Daniel. 606, 607. s/o James Owen and Mary (Gardner) Owen. f/o Vincent Owen. Daniel and his parents, were early Ohio settlers

Owen, James. 606, 607. h/o Mary (Gardner) Owen. f/o Daniel Owen. James left Rhode Island for Ohio territory "landing there June 5, 1798 in company with General James Varnum." Note: Date is in error. General Varnum went to Ohio in 1787 and died two years later in 1789. Wife Mary was the first white woman who crossed the Ohio River and set foot in Ohio.

Owen, Vincent. 606, 607. b.1811. d.1876/65. s/o Daniel Owen. h/o Jane (Adams) Owen. f/o 9 children, only two living. Alexander D. Owen, Bio 606, 607; Louisa (Owen) Adams. Three sons were in the Union Army, one died in Tennessee. Two sons died after the war, in Ohio and West Virginia. Vincent farmed and dealt in stock.

(Owen), Louisa Adams. 606, 607. d/o Vincent Owen and Jane (Adams) Owen. w/o D. P. Adams of Ohio.

Owen, Walter G. 423, 424. 429. h/o Nellie (Neville) Owen. f/o 2.

Owens, Charles. 911, 912. h/o Emily (Hanks) Owens. f/o 3. Residents of Kansas, Illinois.

(Owens), Elizabeth Pate 381, 382. b. 1794. d.1874/80. w/o Adam Pate. Bird C. Pate was their 13th child of 14 children.

(Owensby), Nancy Elliott. 708, 709. Deceased. w/o John Elliott.

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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