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Joseph Beach Fellows was born about 1844 in Illinois. He married Laura B..

Other marriages:
Kilmer, Sabrina

In 1870 ILL Joseph Fellows 27 IL
Sabrina 23 b PA
Everett 3
Jane Wilsey 20 b PA
1880 he was in MO
1900 he was in KS IL PA Norway

Laura B. was born about 1847 in Pennsylvania. She married Joseph Beach Fellows.

They had the following children:

  M i William Fellows was born about 1872 in Illinois.
  F ii Martha D. Fellows was born about 1873 in Missouri.

Edward Strayer was born in Jan 1849 in Pennsylvania. He married Mary.

Mary was born in Jan 1859 in Illinois. She married Edward Strayer.

They had the following children:

  M i Harvey Strayer was born in Aug 1880 in Nebraska.
  F ii Pearl Strayer was born in Jan 1882 in Nebraska.
  F iii Emma Strayer was born in Apr 1884 in Nebraska.
  F iv Edith Mae Strayer
  F v Gertrude Strayer was born in Nov 1889 in Nebraska.
  F vi Eva Strayer was born in Jun 1894 in Nebraska.

Egbert Kilmer [Parents] was born in 1839 in Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. He died about 22 Jun 1928 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. He was buried in Riverview Cem., Marseilles, La Salle County, Illinois. He married Jane Elizabeth Perkins in 1866 in Marseilles, La Salle County, Illinois.

Other marriages:
, Louise

Egbert Kilmer

Ottawa Newspaper - June 23, 1928


Death Takes E. Kilmer Civil War Veteran

Mrs. John Bowers of Rutland Twp. was notified this morning of the death of her father, Egbert Kilmer, 88 former Ottawa resident, who died yesterday afternoon at the Soldier's home in Quincy, Ill., where he has been bedfast for 2 years.

Mr.Kilmer was born in 1839 in Scranton, Penn., came west with his parents in 1850, and settled on the prairie north of Marseilles. At the age of 20, he enlisted in the army at the beginning of the Civil War, joining the 39th Ill. Volunteers-known as "Yates Halanx" and served over 3 years before receiving his honorable discharge. In 1866 he married Miss Jane Elizabeth Perkins of Marseilles, 3 children being born to this union. They were Nellie Elizabeth Holcomb, of Waterloo, Iowa; Mrs. Bowers, of Rutland Twp.; and Jennie McMath, of Chicago, all living.

His wife died in 1915, at Quincy, Ill. In 1916 he married Mrs. Louise Alger, of Quincy, who died in 1925.

But two of Mr. Kilmer's eight brothers and sisters survive him - Thomas Kilmer, of Morris and Sabina Fellows, of Independence, Kansas.

Funeral arrangements have been completed. The burial will be made in the family lot in Riverview cemetery, Marseilles, besides his 1st wife.
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Mrs. Jennie Kilmer

Daily Republican Times - January 6, 1915


"Ottawa Woman Dead As Results of Burns"

Mrs. Jennie Kilmer passes away at Quincy home - Principle in Big Law Suit -

As a result of burns which she received recently, when an alcohol stove exploded, Mrs. Jennie Kilmer, wife of Egbert Kilmer, of this city, and one of the principles in the long drawn out Parrish-Kilmer case in the Circuit Court here, died at 12:30 this morning at the Old Soldier's home in Quincy, Ill.

Mrs. Kilmer was using the alcohol stove when it suddenly exploded causing her clothes to become ablaze. She was severly burned about the body before aid reached her. Mrs. Kilmer's daughters, Mrs. Harry Holcomb, Mrs. John Bowers, and Mrs. Albert Pope were called to her bedside when it was realized how serious her condition was.

The deceased was formerly Miss Jennie Perkins, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. A. D. Perkins, and was born in Utica, Ill. She was married to Mr. Kilmer, in 1866 and for a number of years lived on a farm in Miller Twp.

Surviving she leaves her husband and three daughters - Mrs. John Bowers, of Rutland; Mrs. Harry Holcomb, of Marseilles; and Mrs. Albert Pope, of Seneca.

The body will be taken to the Holcomb home in Marseilles and the funeral services will be held in that city. The funeral announcement will be made later.

Jane Elizabeth Perkins was born in Marseilles, La Salle County, Illinois. She died in 1915 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. She was buried in Riverview Cem., Marseilles, La Salle County, Illinois. She married Egbert Kilmer in 1866 in Marseilles, La Salle County, Illinois.

They had the following children:

  F i Nellie Elizabeth Kilmer
  F ii Kilmer
  F iii Jennie Kilmer

Living

Nellie Elizabeth Kilmer [Parents].Nellie married Living.


Living

Jennie Kilmer [Parents].Jennie married Living.


Living

Kilmer [Parents]. married Living.


Egbert Kilmer [Parents] was born in 1839 in Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. He died about 22 Jun 1928 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. He was buried in Riverview Cem., Marseilles, La Salle County, Illinois. He married Louise in 1916 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.

Other marriages:
Perkins, Jane Elizabeth

Egbert Kilmer

Ottawa Newspaper - June 23, 1928


Death Takes E. Kilmer Civil War Veteran

Mrs. John Bowers of Rutland Twp. was notified this morning of the death of her father, Egbert Kilmer, 88 former Ottawa resident, who died yesterday afternoon at the Soldier's home in Quincy, Ill., where he has been bedfast for 2 years.

Mr.Kilmer was born in 1839 in Scranton, Penn., came west with his parents in 1850, and settled on the prairie north of Marseilles. At the age of 20, he enlisted in the army at the beginning of the Civil War, joining the 39th Ill. Volunteers-known as "Yates Halanx" and served over 3 years before receiving his honorable discharge. In 1866 he married Miss Jane Elizabeth Perkins of Marseilles, 3 children being born to this union. They were Nellie Elizabeth Holcomb, of Waterloo, Iowa; Mrs. Bowers, of Rutland Twp.; and Jennie McMath, of Chicago, all living.

His wife died in 1915, at Quincy, Ill. In 1916 he married Mrs. Louise Alger, of Quincy, who died in 1925.

But two of Mr. Kilmer's eight brothers and sisters survive him - Thomas Kilmer, of Morris and Sabina Fellows, of Independence, Kansas.

Funeral arrangements have been completed. The burial will be made in the family lot in Riverview cemetery, Marseilles, besides his 1st wife.
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Mrs. Jennie Kilmer

Daily Republican Times - January 6, 1915


"Ottawa Woman Dead As Results of Burns"

Mrs. Jennie Kilmer passes away at Quincy home - Principle in Big Law Suit -

As a result of burns which she received recently, when an alcohol stove exploded, Mrs. Jennie Kilmer, wife of Egbert Kilmer, of this city, and one of the principles in the long drawn out Parrish-Kilmer case in the Circuit Court here, died at 12:30 this morning at the Old Soldier's home in Quincy, Ill.

Mrs. Kilmer was using the alcohol stove when it suddenly exploded causing her clothes to become ablaze. She was severly burned about the body before aid reached her. Mrs. Kilmer's daughters, Mrs. Harry Holcomb, Mrs. John Bowers, and Mrs. Albert Pope were called to her bedside when it was realized how serious her condition was.

The deceased was formerly Miss Jennie Perkins, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. A. D. Perkins, and was born in Utica, Ill. She was married to Mr. Kilmer, in 1866 and for a number of years lived on a farm in Miller Twp.

Surviving she leaves her husband and three daughters - Mrs. John Bowers, of Rutland; Mrs. Harry Holcomb, of Marseilles; and Mrs. Albert Pope, of Seneca.

The body will be taken to the Holcomb home in Marseilles and the funeral services will be held in that city. The funeral announcement will be made later.

Louise died in 1925. She married Egbert Kilmer in 1916 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.

Other marriages:
Living


Living

Louise died in 1925. She married Living.

Other marriages:
Kilmer, Egbert


Benjamin Forbes [Parents] was born in 1832. He died in 1909. He married Catherine Middaugh.

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Catherine Middaugh [Parents] was born about 1839 in Pennsylvania. She married Benjamin Forbes.


John German [Parents].John married Casander Smith.

Casander Smith.Casander married John German.

They had the following children:

  M i Moses German

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