She was married to Aiko MOSSEL.
Alberto LIEVANO GÓMEZ was born in Columbia.
Children were: Giovanna LIEVANO.
Giovanna LIEVANO (Private). Parents: Alberto LIEVANO GÓMEZ .
She was married to John Daniel STANLEY on 26 Aug 2006 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
Amanda LIGHTER was born on 25 Apr 1834 in Kentucky.
She was married to Charles R. TROY.
Adam Banks LINDSAY (Private). Parents: Robert Banks LINDSAY and Mary Addaline WEGLOSKI.
Amanda Marie LINDSAY Parents: Robert Banks LINDSAY and Mary Addaline WEGLOSKI.
She was married to THORSON.
Callin Reed LINDSAY Parents: Robert Banks LINDSAY and Mary Addaline WEGLOSKI.
Melissa Michelle LINDSAY (Private). Parents: Robert Banks LINDSAY and Mary Addaline WEGLOSKI.
Reed LINDSAY was born in 1913. He died in 1989.
He was married to Velma HILL on 6 Aug 1953 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
Robert Banks LINDSAY Parents: Reed LINDSAY and Marva BANKS.
Daniel LINNEHAN was born in 1863 in KS. Parents: James LINNEHAN and Catherine STACK.
James LINNEHAN was born in 1816 in County Cork, Ireland. He appeared on the census of in 1880 in Kapioma, Atchison, Kansas.(102) 1880 United States Census, Kapioma, Atchison, Kansas
Film # 1254372; t9-0372
Page Number; 452C He emigrated. Linnehan, James 1824
COR, Newton MA, 0337
James LINNEHAN was born in 1861 in TN. Parents: James LINNEHAN and Catherine STACK.
John LINNEHAN was born in 1859 in KY. Parents: James LINNEHAN and Catherine STACK.
Kate LINNEHAN was born in 1871 in KS. Parents: James LINNEHAN and Catherine STACK.
She was married to Daniel STANLEY.
Mary Ann LINNEHAN was born on 22 Nov 1864 in Effingham, Atchinson, Kansas. She died on 19 Mar 1933 in Effingham, Atchinson, Kansas. Parents: James LINNEHAN and Catherine STACK.
She was married to Rogers Patrick SULLIVAN on 11 Jan 1898 in Effingham, Atchinson, Kansas. Children were: Catherine Bridgett SULLIVAN, Daniel James SULLIVAN, Mary Agnes SULLIVAN, Helen Genevieve SULLIVAN .
William LINNEHAN was born in 1868 in KS. Parents: James LINNEHAN and Catherine STACK.
Edna A. LINTON
Mary Ann LINTON
She was married to John Lewis CASH .
He was married to Elza D. CROWDER.
Cheryl LITTMAN PhD (Private).
Henry A. LITTON.
He was married to Nancy DAVIS Unknown.
James Morgan LITTON
He was married to Sarah Jane DAVIS Unknown.
Martha Ann LITTON was born on 20 Feb 1861. She died on 9 Nov 1994. Parents: William Elihue LITTON and Mary Ann (Polly) DAVIS .
She was married to Anderson Henry DAVIS on 17 Oct 1877 in Williamson Co, TN (Near Nashville). first cousin of Anderson Henry Davis Children were: James Grant DAVIS, Wesley Walter DAVIS, William Edward DAVIS, Henry Elihue DAVIS, Ealy Anderson DAVIS, Eliphas Riley DAVIS.
Mary Elizabeth LITTON was born on 10 Aug 1858. She died on 14 Apr 1887. In 1887 Measles struck and in three month period William Riley DAVIS lost his wife, Mary Elizabeth LITTON and two sons, William Monroe DAVIS, b. 1882 and James Berry DAVIS, b. 1885. William Riley DAVIS returned with his only surviving child, a daughter, Nancy "Ella" DAVIS, b.1880 to Wayne County where his father James Berry DAVIS was located. Parents: William Elihue LITTON and Mary Ann (Polly) DAVIS.
William Elihue LITTON
Joseph LIVELY Sr.
He was married to Mary CASH.
Nancy J. LLOYD
Owen James LODEN (Private).
Children were: Rose Allene LODEN.
Rose Allene LODEN resided at Warrensburg, MO. Parents: Owen James LODEN and Hazel GRANBERRY.
Children were: Mary Elizabeth STACY.
Eleanor Louise LONG. Parents: Lawrence LONG.
Ella Mae "Betty" LONG was born on 22 Jul 1863 in Webster, Hancock, Illinois. She died on 13 May 1923. She Obituary. Mrs. Lemuel Parker Dies at Joetta.
Well Known Correspondent
"Complete in Him", and what is this,
But gate of pearl that leads to bliss.
Life has no need, but Jesus fills it;
Life has no storm, but Jesus stills it;
Peace widens, deepens to a sea,
When I can say, "Complete in Thee."
Thus ended the life for which we mourn, and for which we meet to pay a last tribure of love and respect. The life that has been so beloved, the life that has done so much good in this world, and yet is ended.
'Twas "Complete in Him."
After suffering, with patience, and yielding to the inevitable with beautiful Christian fortitude, the eyes of our loved one closed in death, and the "mortal put on its immortality."
Ella May Long, oldest child of the late Levi and Sarah Long, was born in Webster, Illinois, July 22, 1863. She departed this life at her home near Joetta, May 13, 1923, at the age of 59 years, 9 months and 21 days. When a young child she moved with her parents to the old home farm a few miles south of Webster, where her childhood days were spent and where she grew to young womanhood. She attended the public school and received a good education which developed, and in later years, she became quite a writer of home news, as well as doing other literary work.
On Nov. 10, 1881, she was united in marriage to Lemuel Parker, of Majorville vicinity. To them three children were born: Mrs. Alice Conn, who died Sept. 1st, 1915; Mrs. Alma Thompson, of near Webster; and Harley Parker, residing on a farm near the parental home. In this home of love and where peace and good will were found, there also came nine grandchildren, six of whom are living and mingle their childish grief with those who mourn. One, more especially, Master Harley Parker Conn, son of her deceased daughter, and to whom she has always given a mother's love, caring for his every want in sickness or health, and lavishing so much of love upon him, that he scarce could feel the loss of his own dear mother. Her parents passed away in September, 1905, both going to their well-earned rest within a few weeks of time.
The rest of the family, consisting of eleven children, six sons and five daughters, lived intact, to share their joys or sorrows, and to find great pleasure in each other's society, for many years, until about one year ago, May 6, 1922, the oldest brother, William, after suffering for many weeks, passed to his reward in the Great Beyond. So that there remain yet five brothers and four sisters to mourn the death of a true loving sister as follows: Reuben H., Harvey C. and Samuel B., of Webster, Ill.; John, of Carthage, Ill.; and Charles, of Lomax, Ill.; Mrs. Maggie Duffy, of Denver, Ill.; Mrs. Lena Martin, of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Bertha Walters, of Hamilton, Ill.; Mrs. Ethel Adams, of Liberty. These with the loving companion, whose life has been so devoted to her, and the two loving children whose first thoughts have always been of "mother," together with the grandchildren, nieces and nephews, with whom she was a general favorite, and a multitude of other relatives and near and dear friends, mourn today the loss of one whom we all held dear.
As a mother she had few equals; her first duty was in serving and ministering to the wants of her loved companion and children. As a friend and neighbor, she could not be surpassed, for from many, many homes comes the voice of praise and thankfulness for kindess and help in times of need.
When quite young she gave her heart to God and united with the M. E. Church at Majorville and for thirty years was a faithful servant of the "Meek and Lowly One." For twenty-seven years she held the office of stewardess and was indeed a staunch pillar in the church. On April 3, 1915, she organized the Majorville Social Club, for the ladies of that vicinity. She was made president by a unanimous vote at their first meeting and held the office until her death. Many homes were brought into closer touch with the church by the help of this club organization. Many were brought into closer friendship with each other and the church greatly benefitted in a financial way. All of which is accredited to her untiring zeal and efforts in the cause of Christ.
When affliction's hand was laid on her in the early winter just gone, her one desire was to consult a specialist to know the truth regarding her condition. Her wish was granted and in February, 1923, she went to Macomb to learn that her ailment was internal cancer, and no encouragement was held out for her recovery. Accordingly she set to work to put her case into the hands of Him "who doeth all things well," and many times she told her family and friends she was "only waiting till this weary life was o'er." She spoke of her life to come, as one who is going on a homeward journey. She made all the arrangements necessary to her burial and it is with tender recollections that her requests have been fulfilled. No pen can describe how she will be missed. Not only from the home and the neighborhood, but from the columns of The Carthage Republican, a paper for which she has reported, the pleasures and sorrows of the community in and around her home, under the Joetta items as "Hetty," for many years.
Yes, she will be missed and her place will be hard to fill. But all have the comfort of feeling that all that loving hands or medical skill could do, was done, and at the call of the voice from on high she calmly answered the summons and fell asleep." We ask ourselves, why, oh, why, was she taken, when it seemed she was needd so much hre below. The answer comes "What I do, thou knowest not now, but thou shalt know hearafter." So we bow in submission to His will, trusting that "Sometime we'll understand."
Funeral service was held at Majorville, Tuesday at 2 p. m., conducted by Rev. Mr. Hardy, of Colchester, who is the pastor in charge of that church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Sailor, a former pastor, both of whom spoke in the highest terms of the deceased, and gave the sorrowing friends such a comforting message, we felt sure their burden was lifted and behind the dark cloud they saw the silver lining. The choir was composed of singers of her choice, who sang the songs she loved and also selected. Those who sang were, Mrs. L. S. Hobart, Miss Adda Spangler, Messrs. Clem Duffie and L. S. Hobart with Miss Martha Walker, pianist. The songs they sang were "There'll be no dark valley," "Sometime we'll understand," "Only Remembered by What I have Done." There was also a solo, "The Vacant Chair," sung by Hugh E. Alton, of Fountain Green, which was a special request by our dear departed one, and it is needless to say, many eyes were dim with tears as his splendid voice ended the sweet melody.
The pall bearers were six nephews: Clarence Walters, Fred Rings, Gail and Vernon Long, Cleo and Murray Duffy.
The floral tributes were extremely beautiful and profuse, filling the air with their sweet perfume, tokens of love and esteem. The spacious church was filled, packed to the limit from door to pulpit, and many unable to enter. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery near the church door, by the side of loved ones gone on before. May she rst in peace.
The writer has known this dear departed friend since our girlhood days. Our friendship never waned. Our pleasant jokes through the columns of the B. and G. were so many "clinkers" to its loyalty, and we feel safe to say the "Old Home Paper" will never be quite the same, to many of its readers, since "Hetty" is gone. Yes, we miss her, but we hope again to greet her on the "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Chat.
Card of Thanks
Words fail to express our appreciation and gratitude for the many acts of kindess shown to our loved one during her long illness, and for the help and sympathy to us after her departure. Especially do we thank the choir and all who gave the lovely floral pieces, gifts of love and esteem.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Parker.
George LONG Parents: Gibbs Wesley LONG and Lenora ELLIOTT.
Gibbs Wesley LONG
Ida Sada LONG
Lawrence LONG Parents: Gibbs Wesley LONG and Lenora ELLIOTT.
Children were: Eleanor Louise LONG .
Raymond LONG. Parents: Gibbs Wesley LONG and Lenora ELLIOTT.
He was married to Edith Fay SCOFIELD in 1935. He was divorced from Edith Fay SCOFIELD.
Imogene LONNEN Parents: Frank LONNEN and Grietje (Grace) MOSSEL.
Irene LONNEN Parents: Frank LONNEN and Grietje (Grace) MOSSEL.
Marion LONNEN Parents: Frank LONNEN and Grietje (Grace) MOSSEL.
Carol LOOMIS (Private). Parents: Herbert A. LOOMIS and Grace Caroline KIRBERG.
She was married to husband of Carol LOOMIS, PUTMAN.
Helen LOOMIS (Private). Parents: Herbert A. LOOMIS and Grace Caroline KIRBERG.
She was married to husband of Helen LOOMIS, GUNTHER.
Herbert A. LOOMIS died on 9 Mar 1984.
Hubert LOOMIS was born. Parents: Herbert A. LOOMIS and Grace Caroline KIRBERG.
Norman LOOMIS (Private). Parents: Herbert A. LOOMIS and Grace Caroline KIRBERG.
Thomosina Lois LORENTZ