OBITUARY EXTRACTS

From the Jacksonville, IL Newspapers
1 Jan 1976 thru 31 Dec 1996




Warren Haley reviewed all of the obituaries which appeared in the Jacksonville papers during the 21 year period of 1 Jan 1976 thru the end of Dec. 1996. His note: "I could have missed some or lost some over the years.... but not many. I have an alphabetical listing (contained in two 3-inch notebook binders) by year. I made the notebooks up at the end of each year before I filed the extracted information in my file cabinet." Thanks Warren for all of the work you put into collecting the information given here and again now for making the extracted information availabe to MAGA researchers. A big thank you also goes to Dan Tholen who has graciously offered to help Warren get all of the data typed to be put online.If you find errors which need correcting or have information to be added to one of the extracts, you may forward same to my email address.


CADE, Wilmuth (Groce); b: 30Jul1888, Blue Mound, Mo.; d: 31Dec1985, West Palm Beach, Fla.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Carroll Cade on 11Jun1909, Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Harry Groce; mo: Mary Goff. Husband preceded in death in 1969. A former resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by two sons: John of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Harry C. of Normal; one daughter: Mary C. Smith of Macon, Ga.; four grand and seven g-grandchildren.

CADDLE, Gladice I.; b: 31Jan1905, Iola Falls, Kansas; d: 13Apr1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: National Memorial Cemetery, Falls Church, Virginia; m: Samuel Caddle (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1964. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by a son: Richard Caddle of New Salem; a daughter: Donna Flynn; and three grandchildren.

CADWALLADER, Mary Lou (Rudisill); b: 6Mar1919, Marion Co., Mo.; d: 22Mar1990, Barry, Il.; bu: Akers Chapel Cemetery, Hull, Il.; m: Orville Cadwallader on 21Dec1951 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Bouge Rudisill; mo: Grace (surname not stated). A resident of Hull, Il. Survived by her husband. Preceded by one sister and one half-brother.

CADAWALLADER, Elmer; b: 27Aug1898, rural Hull, Il.; d: 21May1991, Barry, Il.; bu: Kinderhook, Il.; m: Nora Godfrey on 9Jun1920 at Quincy, Il.; fa: John Cadwallader; mo: Laura Haskins. Wife preceded in death 12Jan1987. A resident of Kinderhook, Il. Survived by one brother: Orville Cadwallader of Hull; one sister: Mrs. Ted (Peggy) Peters of Quincy; two nieces and two nephews. Preceded by one brother: Virgil; two sisters: Leta Quincy and Ora Strubinger; and one nephew: Arnold Wayne Quincy.

CADAWALLDER, Nora E. (Godfrey); b: 21Dec1902, New Canton, Il.; d: 12Jan1987, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Kinderhook, Il.; m: Edward Cadwallader on 9Jun1920 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Fred Godfrey; mo: Lovella Likes. A resident of rural Kinderhook, Il. Survived by her husband.

CADWELL, Evadora; b: 6Aug1910, Griggsville, Il.; d: 23Dec1995, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: William Cadwell; mo: Violet Wilson. Survived by one niece: Mrs. Billy Jo Easter of Belleville.

CADWELL, Lindell L.; b: 17Aug1924, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 19Jan1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Dorothy Clark on 3Apr1949 in Griggsville, Il.; fa: Earl Clifford Cadwell; mo: Lula Perle Dolbeare. A resident of Griggsville. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Rita Dunham of Springfield, Pamela Cadwell of Griggsville, and Mrs. Tom (Marty) Smith of Campbell Hill; one son: Earl C. Cadwell of Griggsville; 10 grand and six g-grandchildren; and two brothers: William Cadwell of Barry and Paul Cadwell of Griggsville. Preceded by his parents and four brothers: Elmo, Donald, Homer and Charles Arthur Cadwell.

CADWELL, Mary Esther; b: 28Oct1912 (place not stated); d: 28Sep1985, Hamilton, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: George A. Cadwell; mo: Annie Stead. A former resident of Griggsville. Survived by a brother: John Stead Cadwell of Burnsville, Minn. Preceded by a sister: Elizabeth.

CADWELL, Perle (Dolbeaare); b: 23Dec1888, Pleasant Vale Township, Pike Co., Il.; d: 2Aug1976, Quincy, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: Edward Hall Dolbeare; mo: Delia Yerion. Husband preceded in death 1Dec1931. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by five sons: Elma of Tucson, Ariz., Arthur of Florissant, Mo., William of Kinderhook, and Paul and Lindell, both of Griggsville; three sisters: Mrs. Nora Thenneger of Griggsville, Mrs. Helen Higbee of Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Harriet Waner of Bakersfield, Calif.; 14 grand and 19 g-grandchildren.

CADY, Mabel E. (Calvert); b: 3Mar1894, Camden, Il.; bu: 21Aug1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Rev. Harold M. Cady on 13Mar1914 in Aberdeen, S.D.; fa: Marshall E. Calvert; mo: Eva N. Marlow. Husband preceded in death 15Jan1970. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Earl (Eldora) Green of Rushville; two sons: Fred of DeKalb and H. Standley of Sycamore; seven grand and four g-grandchildren; two half-sisters: Mrs. Irene Carter of Dallas City, and Mrs. Agnes Stone of Macomb; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

CADY, R. Bernard "B"; b: 20Jan1917, Camden, Il.; d: 21Aug1986, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville; m: Nora Ardella Craig on 25Oct1942 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Stole R. Cady; mo: Lillian Boss. WWII Navy vet. (Lived in Mt. Sterling, Il. for 39 years, moving to Rushville in 1981.) Survived by his wife; two sisters: Mrs. Glenn (Barbara) Greenleaf of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Dwight (Marjorie) Chapman of Camden; one brother: Vail Cady of Rushville; two nieces and two nephews.

CADY, Virginia (Menely); b: 15Aug1918, Rushville, Il.; d: 23Apr1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Thomas Cady on 9Sep1949 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Harry Menely; mo: Grace Bradbury. Husband preceded in death 17Aug1972. A resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by two sons: Terry Cady of Tempe, Ariz., and Michael Cady of West Liberty, Iowa; two step-grandchildren; two brothers: Harry Menely of Berwick and Floyd Menely of Beardstown; and two sisters: Pauline White and Mildred Ford, both of Rushville. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CAFFERY, Dean Eugene; b: 10Dec1914, Athensville, Il.; d: 23Sep1990, rural Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Hickory Grove Cemetery, near Wrights, Il.; fa: Ralph R. Caffery; mo: Zena M. Griffin. WWII Army vet. Survived by his mother; two nephews: David Caffery of Delavan and Dr. Dennis Caffery of Hopedale; one niece: Debra Ngukyen of Pekin; one brother: Carrol Caffery of Delavan; two sisters: Irene Caffery and Lois Caffery; and one aunt: Minnie Gilmore of Winchester. Preceded by his father on 23Jul1987.

CAFFERY, Leah M. (Walkington); b: 1Nov1901, Greene Co., Il.; d: 20Sep1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; fa: David W. Walkington; mo: Emma E. Alderson. Husband preceded in death 20Sep1976. A resident of Wood River, Il. Survived by five grand and three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sons, four brothers and two sisters.

CAFFERY, Ralph R.; b: 8Jan1896, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 23Jul1987, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Wrights, Il.; m: Zena Marie Griffin on 24Dec1913 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Peter Sylvester Caffery; mo: Allie Ferguson. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Dean Caffery of Roodhouse and Carrol Caffery of Delavan; two daughters: Irene and Lois Caffery, both of Roodhouse; three grand and 7 g-grandchildren.

CAFFERY, Zena Marie (Griffin); b: 21Nov1897, Athensville, Il.; d: 20Sep1991, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Wrights, Il.; m: Ralph R. Caffery on 24Dec1913 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Richard Green Griffin; mo: Martha Coates. Husband preceded in death 23Jul1987. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by one son: Carol Caffery of Delavan; two daughters: Irene Caffery and Lois Caffery, both of Roodhouse; three grand and seven g-grandchildren; and one sister: Minnie Gilmore of Winchester. Preceded by one sister: Edith Barnard.

CAGLE, A. R.; b: 29May1902, Union Co., Il.; d: 4Nov1985, Marion, Il.; bu: Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion, Il.; m: Helen Stiff on 4Nov1944 (place not stated); fa: James G. Cagle; mo: Flora Bishop. A resident of Marion, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Kathleen Furlong of Jacksonville; a son: Jim Cagle of San Antonio, Tex.; five grandchildren; a brother: Wilmer Cagle of San Diego, Calif.; and two sisters: Marjorie Taylor of San Clemente, Calif., and Mrs. Lyman (Jessie) Allen of Henderson, Ky. Preceded by three sisters and a brother.

CAGLE, Don; b: 11Dec1905, Edinburg, Il.; d: 9Oct1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery; m: Emma Pauline Dunn in 1947 (place not stated); fa: Elvie Cagle; mo: Sadie Jean Wolfe. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Paulett Dawson of Hettick and Jeannie Caufield of Panama Canal Zone; seven sons: Donald and Gilbert of Palmyra, Terry and Bud of Waverly, Jesse of East Alton, Kenneth of Farmersville and William of Hettick; three brothers: Calvin of Alton and Virgil and Paul of Phoenix, Ariz.; 18 grand and two g-grandchildren.

CAGLE, Earnest D.; b: 3Nov1915, Edinburg, Il.; d: 31Aug1982, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Eldred, Il.; m: Jacquelyn Ramsey on 23May1964 in Springfield, Il.; fa: David Cagle; mo: Mary Petticort. A resident of Eldred, Il. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Mrs. Robert (Mary Ellen) Hodoske of New Jersey; Mrs. Pete (Vicki) Matesa of Staunton, Earnestine and Adeline Cagle, both of Springfield, and Pamela Cagle, at home; one son: George Cagle of California; and one step-son: James Oyler of Carrollton; and four grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers.

CAGLE, Helen Edith (Stiff); b: 12Sep1909, Wheeler, Il.; d: 25Nov1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion, Il.; m: Albert Ray Cagle on 4Nov1944 in Carbondale, Il.; fa: Claude Daniel Stiff; mo: Bessie Piper. Husband preceded in death in 1985. A former resident of Marion, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Daniel (Kathleen) Furlong of Jacksonville; one son: James Daniel Cagle (wife, Beverly) of San Antonio, Tex.; five grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister: Ruth B. Kautz.

CAGLE, Maggie A. (Simpson); b: 23Jan1888, Wayne Co., Mo.; d: 15Jul1976, Virden, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: A. M. Cagle in 1914 (place not stated); fa: Robert Simpson; mo: Elizabeth Perkins. Husband preceded in death. A former resident of Girard, Il. Survived by one brother: Roy Simpson of Glendale, Ariz.; and one step-daughter: Mrs. Alberta Madison of West Chicago; several nieces and nephews.

CAGLE, Maxine M. (Walton); b: 15Nov1938, Petal, Mo.; d: 4Jun1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: George Cagel on 17Mar1956 in Pleasant View, Il.; fa: James Walton; mo: Susie West. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by two sons: George A. Cagle of Monmouth and Harold E. Cagle of Kirkwood; one step-son: Clifford Fowler of Beardstown; three granddaughters: and one brother: Allan James Brooks of Versailles. Preceded by her parents.

CAGLE, Pauline (Dunn); b: 8Nov1929, East Alton, Il.; d: 17Apr1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra Il.; m: Dog Calge on 17Nov1947 (place not stated); fa: Dale Dunn; mo: Leta Smith. Husband preceded in death 9Oct1983. A resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by her mother: Leta Wiseman of Virden; two daughters: Paulette Dawson of Hettick and Jennie Caufield of Indianapolis, Ind.; seven sons: Donald, Gilbert and Bud, all of Palmyra, Terry of Virginia, Jessie of Hardin, Kenneth of Farmersville and William of Hettick; 18 grand and three g-grandchildren; and one brother: Roy Dunn of Jacksonville. Preceded by her father and one daughter.

CAIN, Arthur L.; d: 14May1894, LaBelle, Mo.; d: 3Jul1981, Quincy, Il.; bu: Mt. Horub Cemetery, Adams Co., Il.; m: Nelda Baltzelle on 27Mar1920 in Golden, Il.; fa: Charles Cain; mo: Dora Belle Burke. A resident of Rushville, Il. WWI Navy vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Miss Jerrilee Cain of Macomb. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CAIN, Barbara E. (Phinney); b: 5Jul1897, Mt. Pulaski, Il.; d: 15Nov1979, Mt. Pulaski, Il.; bu: Mt. Pulaski, Il.; m: James Olvier Cain on 10May1952 in Elkhart, Il.; fa: Eugene Phinney; mo: Mary Shafer. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Husband preceded in death 17Aug1966. She was the last of her immediate family.

CAIN, Catherine "Cainy"; b: 20May1900, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 8Mar1984, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; fa: John H. Cain; mo: Catherine Moroney. Survived by the following nieces and nephews: Mrs. James (Mary Lou) Haskell of Jacksonville, Robert L. Cain of Wilton, Conn., Mrs. Harry W. (Joann) Liese of Dallas, Tex., Merle G. Cain of Atlanta, Ga., Kathryn Cain of Denver, Colo.; 14 great-nieces and nephews; and several cousins. Preceded by eight brothers.

CAIN, Florence B. (Voyles); b: 21Sep1914, Nortonville, Il.; d: 11Oct1995, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: George W. Cain on 9Oct1937 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Walter M. Volyes; mo: Ruth A. Dorks. Husband preceded in death 6Dec1977. A resident of Manchester, Il. Survived by one son: Dean (wife, Hazel) Cain of Murrayville; two grand and four g-grandchildren.

CAIN, Elizabeth (Butler); b: 1Apr1886, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 29Nov1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Thomas R. Cain on 16Sep1916 (place not stated); fa: Patrick J. Butler; mo: Elizabeth White. Husband preceded in death 15Nov1950. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. John T. (Margaret) Duffner of Marco Island, Fla.; one sister: Dr. Helen L. Butler of Jacksonville; six grandchildren: Thomas, Michael, Mark, Mary Elizabeth and Nancy Duffner and Suzanne Miller; three g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three sisters: and three brothers.

CAIN, George Wiley; b: 9Mar1911, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 6Dec1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Florence Voyles of Bowling Green, Mo. on 9Oct1937 (place not stated); fa: Henry Cain; mo: Gertrude Goacher. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Dean of Murrayville; and two grandchildren; a brother: Woodrow Cain of McAllister, Okla.; and a sister: Mrs. Ralph (Ledora) Barnett of Mt. Sterling; and the following half-sisters and half-brothers: Mrs. Lois Brown of Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Louring Bracewell of Murrayville, Mrs. Bernice McPherson of Alton and Oran Alred of Roodhouse. Preceded in death by a brother; a half-brother; and a half-sister.

CAIN, Harry L.; b: (date not stated), Jacksonville, Il.; d: 3Feb1982, Atlanta, Ga.; bu: Atlanta, Ga.; m: Marda (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: John H. Cain; mo: Catherine Moroney. Survived by a son: Merle of Atlanta, Ga.; three grandchildren; and his sister: Miss Cain. Preceded by seven brothers.

CAIN, John Thomas; b: 9May1924, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 5Jan1994, Phoenix, Ariz.; bu: Glendale Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, Ariz.; m: Dorothy Greene (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Phoenix; formerly of Roodhouse, Il. Navy vet. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Kathy Pfeiffer, Debbie Austin and Rachel Allen; one son: Ralph Cain; 11 grandchildren; two brothers: Dan and Ralph Cain; and four sisters: Hazel Brogdon, Ruby Bridge, Dorotha Hare and Mary Brady.

CAIN, Louis A.; b: 20Jan1888, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 5Mar1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Louise Leonard (date and place not stated); fa: John H. Cain; mo: Katherine Moroney. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; these children: Mrs. James (Mary Lou) Haskell of Jacksonville, Robert L. of Wilton, Conn., Mrs. Harry (Joan) Liese of Dallas, Texas; 12 grandchildren; one sister: Miss Catherine Cain of Jacksonville; and two brothers: Thomas P. of Denver, Colo., and Harry L. of Atlanta, Ga. Preceded by six brothers.

CAIN, Louise (Leonard); b: 11Jun1896, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 24Apr1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Louis A. Cain on 30Jun1920 (place not stated); fa: Peter Leonard; mo: Clara Hagel. Husband preceded in death 5Mar1976. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. James (Mary Lou) Haskell of Jacksonville and Mrs. Harry (Joann) Liese of Dallas, Tex.; a son: Robert L. of Wilton, Conn.; two sisters: Frances Lenth of Jacksonville and Pauline Hayes of Evanston; and 12 grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers: George and Edward Leonard.

CAIN, Woodrow, Mrs. (Phillips); b: 1916, Greene Co., Il.; d: 21Jul1988, McAlester, Okla.; bu: McAlester, Okla.; m: Woodrow Cain (date and place not stated); fa: Jesse William Phillips; mo: (not stated). A former resident of Greene Co., Il. Survived by four brothers: Floyd of Roodhouse, Raymond of rural Roodhouse and Everett of Tulsa, Okla., and Wally Phillips of Clinton, Okla.; a sister: Stella Baber of Calif.; a sister-in-law: Mrs. Ralph Barnett of Rushville; and two daughters: Donna and Janet, both of Oklahoma.

CALAWAY, Frank C., Sr.; b:12Jun1932, Clayton, Il.; d: 3Dec1991, Monticello, Il.; bU; Blackburn Cemetery, Brooklyn, Il.; m: Laura Duhai on 8Nov1952 in Naperville, Il.; fa: Ray Baker Calaway, Sr.; mo: Josephine Blansett. A resident of Bement; formerly of Rushville. Korean War vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Frank, Jr. of Lakeland, Fla.; four daughters: Sandra Gaddis of Versailles, Deborah Shayka of Bement, Sue Calaway of Peoria Hts., and Nancy Mellor of Peoria; six grandchildren; one brother: Ray, Jr. of Grand Marsh, Wisc.; two sisters: Elizabeth Toy of Aurora and Gloria Calaway of Chattanooga, Tenn. Preceded by one son: four brothers; one sister; and one grandson.

CALDWELL, Bradley Scott; b: (not stated); d: 15Jan1984, Moorhead, Minn.; bu: Plymouth, Minn.; fa: Warren Caldwell; mo: Virginia Maurer. Was 21 years of age at the time of death and was attending Moorhead College. Survived by his parents of Plymouth, Minn.; two sisters: Lori and Julie, both at home; his grandmother: Glenna Brass of Petersburg; several aunts, uncles and cousins. {Relatives from the Jacksonville area who attended the funeral were: Mr. & Mrs. Harry Maurer, Mrs. And Mrs. Dale Keltner, and Mrs. Nadine Jacobs.}

CALDWELL, Elsie L. (Tribble); b: 29Jun1891, near Franklin, Il.; d: 26Jul1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Grover C. Caldwell in 1914 (place not stated); fa: Frank Tribble; mo: Laura Tuttle. Husband preceded in death in 1967. A former resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by a son: L. N. of Franklin; two daughters: Mrs. Louella Patterson of Franklin and Mrs. Betty Carlson of Pensacola, Fla.; a sister: Mrs. Una Clayton of Jacksonville; eight grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Grover M.

CALDWELL, Emma Lee (White); b: 22Nov1929, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 3Jun1981, Industry, Il.; bu: Littleton Cemetery, Rushville, Il.; m: Marvin Caldwell on 12Nov1950 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Bradford White; mo: Ruth Houser. A resident of Industry, Il. Survived by her husband; her mother of Rushville; two sons: Paul and Alan, both at home; and one sister: Mrs. Pauline Crumley of East Peoria. Preceded by her father.

CALDWELL, Frieda Lyons (Davis); b: 4Jul1915, Petersburg, Il.; d: 16Oct1995, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: 1) Sherman Lyons; and 2) Melvin Caldwell (dates and places not stated); fa: Fredrick Davis; mo: Hilda Taapkin. 1st husband died in 1977; 2nd died in 1994. Survived by two sons: Robert L. Lyons (wife, Shirley) of Virginia and Franklin W. Lyons of Wilmington; six grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by one grandson. {Mother was remarried to a Noelsch}

CALDWELL, Gertrud M. (Kriegel); b: 12Jan1931, Fagan-Stadtgut Luthrotha, Lower-Silesia, Germany; d: 25Dec1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Robert L. Caldwell on 12Jan1954 in Gelnhausen, Germany; fa: Karl A. Kriegel; mo: Klara Frieda Kloss. Survived by her husband; and a sister: Mrs. Johanna Di-Larso of Cape May, N.J.

CALDWELL, Leah H.; b: 30Mar1893, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 7Jan1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; fa: James H. Caldwell; mo: Catherine Phiel. Survived by cousins.

CALDWELL, Lois (Paschal); b: 20May1905, Cass Co., Il.; d: 12Jan1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Myron Wilson Caldwell on 24May1930 in Springfield, Il.; fa: John J. Paschal; mo: Alice Hinchee. Husband preceded in death in 1971. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Virginia, Il. Survived by one daughter: Marlene Caldwell Carls of Springfield; two grandchildren: Cathy Carls Stock of Arenzville and Kelly D. Carls of Tulsa, Okla.; two g-grandchildren; one brother: John Myron Paschal of Columbus, Texas. Preceded by an infant son: Myron W. Caldwell, Jr.; and one brother: Glenn Paschal.

CALDWELL, Lou (Bullard); b: 10Dec1922, Virginia, Il.; d: 28Jan1993, Meredosia, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Carl Caldwell on 17Apr1946 at Virginia, Il.; fa: Roy Bullard; mo: Lucinda Cooper. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Teresa Little and Mary Buhlig, both of Meredosia; three sons: Tom M. Caldwell of Albuquerque, N.M., Bill P. Caldwell of St. Louis, Mo., and Joe C. Caldwell of Jacksonville; 11 grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: John in 1969; two brothers; and four sisters.

CALDWELL, Luebirter (Clark); b: 22Aug1926, Fayette, Miss.; d: 21Oct1988, Alton, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Dilbert Caldwell on 25Jul1944 in Pace, Miss.; fa: Jimmie Clark; mo: Alean Fountain. A resident of Alton, Il. Survived by her mother and husband, both of Alton; two daughters: Mary Clanton of Alton and Shelly Green of St. Louis; three sons: The Rev. Paul Caldwell of Jacksonville, Joseph Caldwell and Dilbert Caldwell, Jr., both of Alton; 15 grandchildren; two sisters: Lillie Kent of Cleveland, Ohio and Catherine Clark of Alton; one brother: Clarence J. Clark of Alton; many nieces and nephews; and two godchildren: Ruth Dean of St. Louis and Michael Pickens of Alton.

CALDWELL, Martha Inez (Bowen); b: 20Feb1896, Jordan, Ky.; d: 30Dec1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Sid Caldwell on 19Apr1916 in Jordan, Ky.; fa: William Bowen; mo: Mattie Pace. Husband preceded in death in 1962. Survived by a daughter: Marjorie Dwyer of Jacksonville; four grandchildren: Bill Dwyer of Sacramento, Calif.; Tom Dwyer of Springfield, and Mike and Roger Dwyer of Jacksonville. Preceded by a son: Tom in 1947.

CALDWELL, Marvin; b: 11Jun1924, near Industry, Il.; d: 1Jun1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: Littleton, Il.; m: Emma Lee White on 12Nov1950 (place not stated); fa: John Caldwell; mo: Mae Burnham. Wife preceded in death 3Jun1981. Survived by two sons: Paul Caldwell of Littleton and Alan Littleton of Industry; two sisters: Thelma Erickson of Walnut and Jeanette Hannum of Industry; four grandchildren; six nephews; and two nieces. Preceded by one brother and one niece.

CALDWELL, Mary Margaret (Whalen); b: 9Sep1923, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 11Dec1995, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Albert B. Caldwell on 22Jul1961 in Frankliln, Il.; fa: Dennis Whalen; mo: Mary Kennedy. A resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Jim (wife, Sue) Caldwell of Carrollton and Chris (wife, Melinda) Caldwell of Aiken, S.C.; two daughters: Pat Crudup of Crestline, Calif., and Mrs. Steve (Pam) Spencer of Denver, Colo.; one brother: Daniel Whalen of New Berlin; one sister: Mrs. William (Anne) Martin of Sun City, Ariz.; and six grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers: Thomas Whalen and Joseph Walden.

CALDWELL, Melvin Thomas: b: 22Nov1920 (place not stated); d: 22Aug1992, Upland, Calif.; bu: National Military Cemetery, Riverside, Calif.; m: (not stated); fa: Thomas Caldwell; mo: Elizabeth Avery. Resident of Virginia, Il. Vet. Survived by a son: Melvin Dwayne of Upland, Calif.; a daughter: Marsha Lanckreit of Yelm, Wash.; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and a sister: Mazo Nofsinger of Herrin. Preceded by his parents; one brother: Vernon; and two sisters: Bea Hogan and Rachel Walters.

CALDWELL, Robert D.; b: 4May1894, Joy Prairie, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 21Dec1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery; m: Hazel M. Barnes in 1920 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Lewis Wilson Caldwell; mo: Frances M. Pike. Survived by his wife; two children: Mrs. Lowell (Esther) White and Robert L. Caldwell, both of Jacksonville; six grand and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by a 7-year old brother: Roy; and a sister: Minnie, in infancy.

CALDWELL, Sam; b: 20Mar1927, Concord, Il.; d: 10Aug1985, Aurora, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Miriam Kramer (date and place not stated); fa: Clark Caldwell; mo: Margaret Irene Saffer. Survived by his wife; five children: Mrs. Sharon Snodgrass of Jacksonville, Sam Caldwell, Jr. of Edwards, Marcy Byrne of Aurora, John Caldwell of New Jersey and Robert Caldwell, at home; three step-daughters: 14 grandchildren; and one sister: Helen Peterson of Colorado.

CALHOON, Linda L. (Stremsterfer); b: 16Sep1950, Springfield, Il; d: 26Sep1996, Omaha, Neb; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Gary Calhoon on 28May1977 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Robert Stremsterfer; mo: Ruth Braner. Resident of Omaha; formerly of Pleasant Plains, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: Brian Calhoon, at home; a step-son: Scott Calhoon of Springfield; a step-daughter: Pamela Kauerauf of Springfield; two step-grandchildren; her parents of Springfield; and three sisters: Mrs. Forrest (Bobbie) Montgomery, Mrs. James (Margie) Warren, both of Monticello, and Mrs. Richard (Susan) Schleyhahn of Springfield.

CALHOON, Milton A. "Red"; b: 16Jul1914, Franklin, Il.; d: 22Aug1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Ruth Tribble on 18May1935 (place not stated); fa: George Calhoon; mo: Lara Scott. A resident of Franklin, Il. Vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Jody Hawkins of Bath; two sons: Gary of Louisville, Ky., and Coy Wayne of Tucson, Ariz.; a sister: Mrs. Melvin (Martha) Austiff of Girard; and five grandchildren. Preceded by an infant brother; a sister; and a grandson.

CALHOUN, Fred; b: 28Apr1899, near Ipava, Il.; d: 26Mar1993, Macomb, Il.; bu: Prairie City Cemetery, Bushnell, Il.; m: Fern Orwig on 17Dec1921 in Prairie City, Il.; fa: Samuel Calhoun; mo: Minnie Black. A resident of Bushnell, Il. Survived by his wife who lives at Elms Nursing Home in Macomb; two sons: Howard Wayne Calhoun of Galesburg and Fredrick Ron Calhoun of Macomb; one daughter: Virginia Fern Calhoun of Jacksonville; five grand and six g-grandchildren; and two brothers: Glenn Calhoun of Galesburg and Raymond Calhoun of Bushnell. Preceded by one son: Charles Russell Calhoun; and one brother: Dane Calhoun.

CALHOUN, James Morris "Morrie"; b: 24Sep1914, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 27Oct1976, Rockford, Il.; bu: Pecatonia, Il.; m: Anna Maxine Rasmussen in 1933 (place not stated); fa: James Calhoun; mo: Ethel Morris. Wife preceded in death in 1975. A resident of Winnebago, Il. Survived by six children; 11 grandchildren, none living in this area; and three Jacksonville women who are sisters: Rena Barfield, Essie Little and Ella Ackles.

CALHOUN, Lorraine (Gregg); b: 26Jul1916, Wenona, Il.; d: 10Jun1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Jack C. Calhoun on 4Jun1944 in Wenona, Il.; fa: Daniel Gregg; mo: Martha Missal. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: Gregg Calhoun of Virginia; one daughter: Rebecca Newport of Northfield; one brother: Neal Gregg of Wenona; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a brother: Donald Gregg.

CALHOUN, Margaret T. (Seibers); b: 30Nov1902, Quincy, Il.; d: 15Feb1978, Quincy, Il.; bu: Dorsey Cemetery, Griggsville, Il.; m: Roy Calhoun on 8Nov1950 in Perry, Il.; fa: Frank Siebers; mo: Lena Hund. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by her husband; two sisters: Mrs. Earl (Edna) Walbring and Mrs. George (Bertha) Reed, both of Quincy; four brothers: Larry, William and Edward Seibers of Quincy, and Frank Seibers of Racine, Wisc.

CALHOUN, W. Boulware; b: 25Oct1899, Franklin, Il.; d: 17Apr1978, Baltimore, Md.; bu: (not stated); fa: W. C. Calhoun; mo: Sally Boulware. A former resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Kathleen Hofmann of Peoria and Mrs. Eloise Lauterbach of South Bend, Ind. Preceded by a brother: Bryan.

CALL, Vanus E.; b: 22Oct1893, near Plainville, Il.; d: 19Nov1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Hull Cemetery, Barry Township, Il.; m: Josephine Staggs on 5Jan1916 in Pike Co., Il.; fa: Nevin Quimby Call; mo: Eliza Jane Crim. Wife preceded in death 12Jan1960. A resident of rural Kinderhook, Il. Survived by a son: Russell Call of rural Kinderhook; two grandsons: David and Charles, both of Kinderhook; a granddaughter: Mrs. Max (Debbie) Worthington of Garnett, Kans.; six great-grandchildren; and a half-brother: Merritt Call of Camp Point. Preceded by a sister, a brother, and a half-brother.

CALLAL, Lora Mae (Scoggins); b: 21Nov1940, Fayette, Il.; d: 7Jan1991, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Laverne "Eddie" Callal on 7Feb1959 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: John B. Scoggins; mo: Thelma G. Allan. A resident of Jerseyville, Il. Survived by her mother of Jerseyville; her husband of Jerseyville; two sons: Joseph E. Callal of Jerseyville and Mary R. Callal of Carrollton; three grandchildren; one sister: Marjorie Crouse of Jacksonville; and three brothers: Rollin E. Scoggins of Jacksonville, Donald W. Scoggins and Robert D. Scoggins, both of Jerseyville. Preceded by her father.

CALLENDER, Betty B. (Deaton); b: 5Feb1924, White Hall, Il.; d: 1Nov1987, Alton, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Junior R. Callender on 14Jul1944 in Hillview, Il.; fa: Clyde Deaton; mo: Berniece Hall. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: Larry Callender of Houston, Tex.; two grandchildren; and a sister: Virginia Dawdy of White Hall.

CALLENDER, Erma C. (Conkright); b: 29Aug1900, New Salem, Pike Co., Il.; d: 19Dec1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield; m: Arthur Callender on 14Apr1919 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Bert Conkright; mo: Anna Slaughter. Husband preceded in death 4Apr1961. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by two sons: Victor H. of Pittsfield and Wayne S. of Christopher; four daughters: Bernadine Gerdes of Valley City; Helen B. Goodloe of Louisville, Ky., Dale M. Harper of Hannibal, Mo., and Dorothy E. Heil of O'Fallon, Mo.; 14 grand and 23 g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers.

CALLENDER, Florine (Main); b: 11Aug1912, Milton, Il.; d: 29Oct1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Victor H. Callender on 20Feb1943 in Kansas City, Mo.; fa: Richard Main; mo: Janie Goldman. Survived by her husband; one son: Bruce Callender of Pittsfield; one daughter: Mrs. Wayne (Karen) Puckett of Pittsfield; four grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Dorothy Coultas of Pittsfield; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three sisters and six brothers.

CALVEY, Donald C.; b: 13Dec1906, Hardin, Il.; d: 27Feb1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Coralee McBride on 4May1946 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Charles E. Calvey; mo: Agnes Ferguson. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: David Calvey of Pittsfield and Rodney Walker of Grafton; one daughter: Mary Lee Damron of Sarasota, Fla.; eight grandchildren; one g-grandchild; one brother: Earl Calvey of Clarksville, Mo.; and one sister: Leona Roth of Kampsville. Preceded by one son: Donald Joseph; one granddaughter; two sisters; and one brother.

CALVIN, Charles Irving; b: 15Oct1913, Chillicothe, Il.; d: 17Sep1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Nettie Jobe on 24Nov1939 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Herman A. Calvin; mo: Verna Brewer. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Judith Fox of Jacksonville; two grand and two g-grandchildren.

CALVO, James W.; b: 2Dec1942, Brown Co., Il.; d: 1Aug1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Susan Elvus on 2Aug1960 (place not stated); fa: William Calvo; mo: Dorothy Nichols. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Mt. Sterling. Survived by his mother of Mt. Sterling; four children; James, Ann, Teresa and Kristy, all of Quincy; four sisters: Mrs. Glenn (Barbara) McCartland of Camp Point, Mrs. Jerry (Joyce) Nelson of Jacksonville, Mrs. Don (Vicky) Hagan of Quincy, and Miss Angela Calvo of Mt. Sterling; a brother: Robert of Houston, Tex.; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his father and one brother.

CALVO, Mary L. (Spann); b: 16Nov1896, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 5Nov1983, Quincy, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Horace Calvo on 29May1939 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Marion F. Spann; mo: Catherine McLaughlin. A resident of Mt. Sterling. Husband preceded in death 24Aug1969. Survived by a step-son: Judge Horace L. Calvo of Glen Carbon; three step-grandchildren; four step-great-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law: Mrs. Irene Spann of Chesterton, Ind., and Mrs. Dorothy Calvo of Mt. Sterling; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by an infant son, a step-son, a brother, sister and step-grandson.

CAMDEN, Blanche (Dotson); b: 8May1901, Dent Co., Mo.; d: 18Feb1985, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Carrollton Il.; m: Rolla Camden on 2Nov1919 in Boss, Mo.; fa: Daniel Dotson; mo: Cora Delashmit. Husband preceded in death 22Nov1981. A resident of Carrollton. Survived by a daughter: Lottie Loraine Hopwood of Greenrock; two sons: Lowell Camden and Leonard Camden, both of Carrollton; 14 grandchildren; several g-grandchildren; a sister: Marian Horton of Bismark, Mo.; and a brother: Thomas Dotson of Farmington, Mo.

CAMDEN, Kenneth; b: 27Dec1953, Salt Lake City, Utah; d: 5Sep1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Nola Thaxton on 28Sep1985 in Greenfield, Il.; fa: Edgar Camden; mo: Effie Sessions. A resident of Greenfield, Il. Survived by his parents of Fayette; his wife; two step-daughters: Andrea Shermer and Gina Shermer, both of Greenfield; one step-grandson; three sisters: Sherry Selman of North Carolina, Jean Schofield of Utah and Lori Peters of Coatesburg; and two brothers: Ray Camden of Greenfield and Bill Camden of Utah.

CAMDEN, Leonard V.; b: 12Aug1920, Boss, Mo.; d: 30Dec1992, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Betty Miller on 26Dec1945 in Alton, Il.; fa: Rolla Camden; mo: Blanche Dotson. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Jesse (Lita) Gibson of Hardin and Mrs. Edward (Bettina) Hallinan of Aikin, S.C.; two grandchildren; and a brother: Lowell Camden of Carrollton. Preceded by a sister: Lottie Loraine Hopwood.

CAMDEN, Rolla B.; b: 1Mar1902, Boss, Mo.; d: 22Nov1981, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Blanche Dotson on 2Nov1919 in Boss, Mo.; fa: Benjamin Camden; mo: Minnie White. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Lottie Loraine Camden; and two sons: Lowell and Leonard Camden, all of Carrollton; 14 grand and 20 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Estella Montgomery of California and Goldie Wilkins of Hillsboro, Mo. Preceded by seven brothers and two sistes.

CAMERER Beatrice (Dale); b: 23Jun1914, Greene Co., Il.; d: 13Oct1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens, Eldred, Il.; m: Sam Camerer on 15Jun1931 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Frank Dale; mo: Pearl Johns. A resident of Winchester, Il.; formerly of Eldred, Il. Survived by her husband; four daughters: Janet Davidson of Jacksonville, Phyllis Jones of Ft. Worth, Tex., Kay Nichols of Manchester and Mrs. Charles (Linda) Tribble of Carrollton; two sons: Robert of Eldred and Charles of Scottville; 23 grand and 21 g-grandchildren; four sisters: Margaret Goodman of White Hall, Maxine Gresham of White Hall, Louise Allen of Bryan, Ohio and Shirley Settles of Carrollton; and four brothers: Paul and Leon of Roodhouse, Kenneth of Fieldon and Hubert of Cottage Hills.

CAMERER, Carl "Ike"; b: 2Jun1909, Greene Co., Il.; d: 9Oct1996, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens, Eldred, Il.; m: Tillie Wollenweber on 21Sep1930 (place not stated); fa: Ernest Camerer; mo: Myrtle Hodgerson. Wife preceded in death 22Mar1983. Survived by one daughter: Betty Reno of Elko, Nev.; five sons: Beverly "Tucker", Carl "Junior" and Charles, all of Eldred, Larry of Carrollton and Gary of Gillespie; 16 grand and 24 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; two sisters: Elsie Curry of Oakwood and Vera McFain of Jerseyville; and one brother: Gene Curry of Carrollton. Preceded by two brothers: Darrell and Donald; and four sisters: Eileen Booth, Mary Darr, Clover Bushnell and Marjorie Dyer.

CAMERER, Chester L.; b: 22Apr1955, Carrollton, Il.; d: 28Dec1987, rural Hettick, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Paula Grace in August, 1985 in Texas; fa: Charles Camerer; mo: Ruby Allen. Survived by his wife of Azel, Tex.; his father and step-mother: Charles and Melody Camerer of rural Palmyra; a daughter: Chasity Camerer of rural Palmyra; and paternal grandfather: Sam Camerer of Carrollton. Preceded by in death by his mother.

CAMERER, Everett; b: (not stated); d: 20Jul1990, Moline, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Phyllis Evans on 2Nov1940 (place not stated) fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Cambridge Il.; was 83 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; and a brother: George Camerer; and a sister: Opal Booth, both of Carrollton.

CAMERER, John H.; b: 26Nov1915, Eldred, Il.; d: 16May1991, Alton, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, near Pearl, Il.; m: Vera M. Davis on 8Apr1937 in Hardin, Il.; fa: John B. Camerer; mo: Rosetta Graham. A resident of Godfrey; formerly of Pearl. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Loraine Garner of Winfield, Kans., and Bona Lambert of Ava; four sons: Dean and Paul of Jerseyville, William Michael and Philip of St. Louis; 17 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Lucille Sharrow of Pearl and Louise Riley of Carrollton. Preceded by a sister: Elva Wooldridge; and a brother: Alvin Camerer.

CAMERER, Lillian A. (Ruyle); b: 29Oct1905, Carrollton, Il.; d: 26Aug1986, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Richwood Cemetery, west of Carrollton, Il.; m: Lloyd "Jake" Camerer, Sr. on 29Nov1923 (place not stated); fa: Oscar Ruyle; mo: Nancy Fields. Husband preceded in death in 1966. A resident of Hardin, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Ron (Peggy) Turner of O'Fallon, Mo., and Mrs. Jim (Pat) Goewey of Nebo; three sons: Lloyd Camerer, Jr. of Hillview, Arthur L. Camerer of Kenosha, Wisc., and Danny Time Camerer of White Castle, La.; 28 grand, 28 g-grand and 2 g-g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Mildred Snyder of Carrollton and Mrs. Edna Cox of White Hall; and four brothers: Roy Ruyle of Eldred, Walter Ruyle of White Hall, Clyde Ruyle of Jerseyville and Arthur Ruyle of Carrollton. Preceded by two infant children; a daughter: Bertha Lee; and a son: Norman.

CAMERER, Mildred Norma Dean (Orr); b: 1Mar1930, Hillview, Il.; d: 17Nov1995, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, near Patterson, Il.; m: Norman Camerer in 1947 at Carrollton, Il.; fa: Amos Sylvester Orr; mo: Bertha Lucille Corbin. Husband preceded in death 26May1953. A resident of Jerseyville; formerly of Hillview. Survived by three sons: Charles Steven Camerer of Jerseyville, Donald Lee Camerer of San Jose, Calif., and Lance Eugene Camerer of Denver, Colo.; one daughter: Lisa Jean Harbers of Jerseyville; five grand and six g-grandchildren; two brothers: Douglas Williams of Lorain, Ohio and Gene Boyer of St. Louis, Mo.; and three sisters: Vesta Norton of Franikli, Ind., Opal Ervin of Jerseyville, and Grace Grable of Nebo. Preceded by one son: Alan M. Camerer; and four brothers.

CAMERER, Raymond K.; b: 30Dec1916, Greene Co., Il.; d: 22Oct1979, Springfield, Ill; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Helen Hutton on 7Aug1946 in White Hall, Il.; fa: William Camerer; mo: Cecil Smith. A resident of White Hall, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Neil (Rama Kaye) Winn of Mideale, Utah; and a son: PFC William Leroy of Ft. Belvoir, Va.; two grandchildren; and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Glenn (Ona) Eastham of White Hall, Mrs. Harold (Isabell) Myers of Carrollton, Mrs. James (Opal) Cox of White Hall, Mrs. Frank (Neva) Nell of Hillview, Mrs. Lois Goodman of Jacksonville, Mrs. Kenneth (Betty) Steckel of Jerseyville, Mrs. Roth (Hazel) Johnson of Jacksonville, Robert of Hillview, Ray of Patterson and Rollen "Tinker" of Jacksonville.

CAMERER, Rollen "Tinker"; b: 27Dec1934, Walkerville, Il.; d: 27Mar1988, Springfield, Il; bu: Richwoods Cemetery, west of Carrollton, Il.; m: Betty Lewis on 12Sep1959 in Jacksonville, Ill; fa: William Camerer; mo: Cecil Smith. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Korean War Navy vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Lewis of Jacksonville; two brothers: Robert of Hillview and Ray of Patterson; and 7 sisters: Mrs. Glenn (Ona) Eastham and Mrs. James (Opal) Cox, both of White Hall, Mrs. Harold (Isabel) Myers of Kane, Mrs. Frank (Neva) Nell of Hillview, Lois Goodman and Mrs. Kenneth (Betty) Steckel, both of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Roth (Hazel) Johnson of Jacksonville.

CAMERER, Ross C.; b: 7Sep1904, Kampsville, Il.; d: 21Jun1984, White Hall, Il.; bU; White Hall, Il.; m: Nadine Patterson on 7Aug1926 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Robert Camerer; mo: Laura Brown. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Harold (Betty) Faith of Bridgeton, Mo.; two grand and three g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister.

CAMERER, Samuel; b: 9Feb1912, Eldred, Il.; d: 16Jan1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens, Eldred, Il.; m: Beatrice Dale on 15Jun1931 (place not stated); fa: Edward Camerer; mo: Cordelia Shaw. Wife preceded in death 13Oct1931. Survived by four daughters: Janet Stendback of Jacksonville, Phyllis Whitlock of Metairie, La., Kay Nichols of Manchester and Linda Tribble of Carrollton; two sons: Robert of Eldred and Charles of Scottville; 22 grand and 24 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Margaret Foster of Tampa, Fla., and Ruby Hansen of Jerseyville; one brother: Eddie of Carrollton. Preceded by one daughter and one grandson.

CAMERER, Thomas "Snick"; b: 28Jun1922, Greene Co., Il.; d: 19Oct1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Mt. Gilead Cemetery; m: Doris Scoggins in 1963 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Henry Camerer; mo: Margaret Wilhilmy. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by one daughter: Debbie Camerer, at home; one step-son: Dennis Phillips of Carrollton; one grandchild; one sister: Opal Booth of Carrollton; and two brothers: George of Carrollton and Everett of Cambridge.

CAMERER, Tillie (Wollenweber); b: 25Dec1911, Fieldon, Il.; d: 22Mar1983, Eldred, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens, Eldred, Il.; m: Carl I. Camerer on 21Sep1930 (place not stated); fa: Thomas Wollenweber; mo: Annie Warner. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Keith (Betty) Reno of Carrollton; five sons: Charles, Beverly and Carl, Jr. of Eldred, Larry of Wright, Wyo., and Garry of Hillsboro; 14 grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Florence Wagner of Carrollton; and a brother: Tom Wollenweber of Eldred. Preceded in death by a sister and three brothers.

CAMERON, Bessie R. (Burns); b: 6Aug1905, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 17Jan1983, Albany, Georgia; bu: St. Denis Cemetery, Shipman, Il.; m: Truman Cameron (date and place not stated); fa: Marlin Burns; mo: Berth Kahl. Husband died in 1960. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Theresa Reilley of Roodhouse and Mrs. Mary C. Carter of Albany, Ga.; eight grandchildren; one g-grandchild; three sisters: Sara Moore of Alton, Frances Challacombe of Shipman and Mary Powers of Detroit, Mich.; and a brother: William Burns of Bunker Hill/

CAMERON, Camilla "Kit" (Staver); b: 24Apr1927, Elkgrove, Wisc.; d: 14Nov1995, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Don Cameron on 4Aug1945 in Lafayette Co., Wisc.; fa: Herman Staver; mo: Mary Gerlach. Survived by her husband; six sons: Gary of Omaha, Neb., Benjamin of Mt. Sterling, Edward of Philadelphia, Pa., David of Rushville Michael of Rushville and Mitchell Cameron of Mt. Sterling; two daughters: Christine A. Cameron of Mt. Sterling and Mary Cameron Reich of Versailles; one sister: Pauline Syse of Blanchardvlle, Wisc.; 14 grandchildren; one g-grandson; and 27 nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers and one sister.

CAMERON, Leslie O.; b: 20Dec1896, Hildreth, Neb.; d: 18Mar1978, Quincy, Il.; bu: Ripley, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Robert F. Cameron; mo: Sarah Huffman. A former resident of Schuyler Co., Il. WWI Army vet. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Wanda Teel of Springfield, Mrs. Mariam Wilcox of Litchfield and Mrs. Pansy Yates of Rushville; seven grand and four g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Hazel Clayton of Brooklyn and Mrs. Lina Washburn of Peru, Indiana. Preceded by two sons, one daughter, four grandchildren, four brothers, and three sisters.

CAMERON, Wayne; b: 14Sep1910, Woodstock, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 14Oct1990, rural Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: Robert G. Cameron; mo: Myra Logsdon. A resident of rural Rushville, Il; formerly of Bainbridge, Il. Survived by one sister:Edith Cameron of Rushville; three nephews; and one niece. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CAMILLE, William S.; b: 23Dec1970, Springfield, Il.; d: 6Apr1994, New Berlin, Il.; bu: St. Mary's Cemetery, New Berlin, Il.; fa: William E. Camille; mo: Karen Fuchs. Survived by his parents; a maternal grandfather: Leo Fuchs of New Berlin; a paternal grandmother: Lillian Camille of Springfield; a brother: Vincent Camille of New Berlin; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by a maternal grandmother: Phyllis Fuchs; and a paternal grandmother: William J. Camille.

CAMM, Clara E. (Stewart); b: 9Aug1908, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 27Dec1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Barnard Camm on 9Sep1936 in Jacksonville; fa: John M. Stewart; mo: Elma Browning. A resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by her husband; one brother: A. John Stewart of Jacksonville; four sisters: Ethel Stewart and Mrs. Nellie Robinson, both of Springfield, Ina Stewart of Jacksonville and Mrs. Beulah Schumacher of Chapin; and one grandson. Preceded by one daughter: Barbara Mae Bennett; two brothers: Byron and Leon Stewart; and one sister: Edith Mason.

CAMMACK, William Samuel; b: 1Nov1935, Cook Co., Il.; d: 13May1977, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Smith Cemetery; m: Nellie Ferry (date and place not stated); fa: John Sampson Cammack; mo: Louise Kryick. A resident of Milton, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: William, Jr., and Gerald, both at home; a brother: John Cammack of Hickory Hills; two sisters: Mrs. Eloise Vogler of Hickory Hills and Mrs. Anne Elam of Hannah City; and a half-sister: Cecelia Gloss of Chicago.

CAMMIRE, Mattie Lee (Keen); b: 30Oct18887, Corinth, Miss.; d: 2Jun1979, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: William Ellsworth Cammire on 6Oct1905 in Dyersburg, Tenn.; fa: William Keen; mo: Agnes Pollard. Husband preceded in death 11Oct1972. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Essie Ross of Hannibal, Mo.; a grandchild, five great and three g-g-grandchildren.

CAMP, Adelee; b: 18Jan1909, New Hartford, Il.; d: 18Jan1990, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Richard Camp; mo: Anjanette Billing. Survived by several nieces and cousins. Preceded by five brothers and an infant sister.

CAMP, Betsy Mae (Garrison); b: 13May1916, Eldred, Il.; d: 14Apr1981, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: C. L. "Brother" Camp (date and place not stated); fa: James Greene Garrison; mo: Elizabeth McAdams. Survived by her husband; a son: Howard of Ottumwa, Iowa; two step-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Willis (Blanche) Wyatt of Edwardsville; a brother: O. T. Garrison of Roodhouse; and a half-brother: Elmer Garrison of Ashley. Preceded by a son and a half-brother.

CAMP, Claude L. "Brother"; b: 13Jun1917, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 26Oct1990, Carlinville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: 1) Betsy Garrison in 1936 (place not stated); and 2) Maxine Bess in December, 1981 in Las Vegas, Nev.; fa: Claude Camp; mo: Irene Nelson. 1st wife preceded in death in May, 1981. A resident of Modesto, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Howard of Quincy; two step-sons: Leonard Bess of San Diego, Calif., and Danny Bess of Modesto; six step-daughters: Peggy Pierce of Highland, Donna Frazier of Mt. Olive, Shirley Ridenhour of Granite City, Linda Vesci of Maryville, Carole Hasty of Highland and Patricia Lamb of Worden; 26 grand and 25 g-grandchildren; and one brother: Lloyd of Sterling. Preceded by one son, two brothers and three sisters.

CAMP, Rev. Floyd; b: 24Jan1913, Fayette Co., Il.; d: 25Oct1987, White Hall, Il.; bu: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, near Ramsey, Il.; m: Hazel Teter on 18Mar1938 (place not stated); fa: William A. Camp; mo: Mary Ann Allen Finley. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Lois) Pembrook of Greenfield and Mrs. Brad (Marcela) Berry of East Peoria; two sons: Dr. Allen Camp of Roodhouse and Don Camp of Atlanta, Ga.; 8 grand and four step-grandchildren; one sister: Easter Wilson of Macon; and two brothers: Sam Camp of Macon and George Camp of Decatur. Preceded by one daughter: Linda.

CAMP, M. Irene (Nelson); b: 15Aug1893, Grafton, Il.; d: 15May1982, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, near Patterson, Il.; m: C. B. Camp on 1Feb1911 in Clayton, Mo.; fa: George Nelson; mo: Sarah Hamilton. Husband preceded in death 1Mar1966. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Phillip (Pauline) Westnedge of White Hall, Mrs. Robert (Betty) Smith of Pekin and Mrs. John (Mary) Spencer of San Antonio, Texas; three sons: C. L. Camp of Thayer, Kenneth Camp of Rock Falls and Lloyd Camp of Sterling; 21 grand and 23 g-grand and four g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son, a brother and three sisters.

CAMP, Mary "Mamie" (Dorsett); b: 12Oct1892, Birmingham, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 1Nov1991, Xenia, Ohio; bu: Brooklyn, Il.; m: Fred L. Camp on 2Sep1919 (place not stated); fa: William E. Dorsett; mo: Lillie Hedgcock. Husband preceded in death in 1952. A resident of Xenia, Ohio; formerly of Brooklyn, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Joseph (Mary Elizabeth) Finney of Xenia, Ohio; three grand and two g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Martha Royer of Rushville.

CAMP, Russell D.; b: 2Sep1911, New Hartford, Il.; d: 14Apr1981, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; fa: D. H. Camp; mo: Anjenette Billings. A resident of New Hartford, Il. Survived by a sister: Miss Adelee Camp of New Hartford. Preceded in death by four brothers.

CAMP, Virgil; b: 3Jan1888, Pike Co., Il.; d: 24Jan1978, Barry, Il.; bu: Samuel Taylor Cemetery, Rockport, Il.; fa: Orlando Camp; mo: Barbara Snyder. A resident of New Canton, Il. WWI Army vet. Survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.

CAMPA, Shirle Lee Fairfield (Walker); b: 22Jan1933, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 28Aug1988, Vancouver, Washington; bu: Vancouver, Washington; m: Rueben Campa on 1964 in Sunnyvale Calif.; fa: Isaiah "Zed" Walker; mo: Mary (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death. Survived by her mother of Vancouver; three sons: Michael Fairfield and David Campa, both of Vancouver, and John "Tony" Griffin of South Carolina; and a sister: Joan McCurley of California.

CAMPBELL, Anna (Doolin); b: 26Jan1910, Woodson, Il.; d: 7Aug1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Murrayville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Michael Doolin; mo: Anna O'Connell. Survived by a sister: Stella Doolin of Jacksonville; a brother: Harry Doolin of Temple Terrace, Fla.; three nephews; and a niece. Preceded by two sisters: Elizabeth Mackey and Florence Garde; and a nephew: Joseph Garde.

CAMPBELL, Bessie; b: 25Jan1911, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 13Oct1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; fa: Forrest Joe Campbell; mo: Grace Maltby. Survived by two brothers: Harold "Hank" Campbell and Leo Campbell of Jacksonville. Preceded in death by a sister.

CAMPBELL, Beulah M. (McKee); b: 7Dec1892, Pike Co., Il.; d: 6Aug1976, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Bert Campbell (date and place not stated); fa: John McKee; mo: Anna Sprowl. Husband preceded in death 27Jun1940. Survived by a son: John W. Campbell of Canton; three grandchildren; and one g-grandchild. Preceded by a son, four sisters and five brothers.

CAMPBELL, Ceil O. (Smith); b: 20Sep1895, Scott Co., Il.; d: 24Jan1989, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Irvin Campbell on 3Dec1919 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Isaac Smith; mo: Sarah Andrews. Husband preceded in death in August, 1943. Survived by one daughter: Betty Taylor of Winchester; one son: Warren of Estes Park, Colo.; four grandchildren: Warren Taylor of Winchester, Karen Bossart of Boulder, Colo., Nancy Arnold of Ault, Colo., and Bruce Campbell of Dover, Delaware; two g-grandchildren; and one sister: Lecie Hazelrigg of Decatur. Preceded by four brothers: Harvey, Edgar, Orvey and Everett Smith; and two sisters: Betty Burns and Minnie Lashmett.

CAMPBELL, Charles A.; b: 21Nov1903, El Reno, Okla.; d: 20Apr1991, Rockford Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Frances Vogelhund on 29May1931 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Charles Campbell; mo: Charlotte Little. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Shirley Tatari of Chicago; three grandsons; two sisters: Flora Edens of Granton, Wisc., and Alice Rueter of Winchester; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother and three sisters.

CAMPBELL, Charles Delbert; b: 15Jun1923, Macomb, Il.; d: 5Oct1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Verniece Eleanor Davis on 12May1958 at Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Eugene Campbell; mo: Florence Icenogle. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; three brothers: James Campbell of Addison, William Campbell of Elmwood Park and George Campbell of Minnesota; two sisters: Esther Pruden of Norwalk, Calif., and Vera Robbins of Galesburg. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CAMPBELL, Charles Robert "Bob"; b: 9Oct1918, Browning, Il.; d: 23Feb1984, Macomb, Il.; bu: Good Hope Cemetery, Rushville, Il.; m: Margaret L. Beebe on 9Oct1946 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Otis Campbell; mo: Florence McNeely. A former resident of Rushville. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Rushville; three sons: Robert G. of El Paso, Texas, James O. of Macomb, and Danny M. of Colchester; one daughter: Mrs. Donald (Carolyn) Seaman of Beardstown; nine grandchildren; eight sisters: Mildred Crenshaw of Collins, Mo., Henrietta Robinson and Evelyn O'Malley, both of Houston, Texas, Maxine Peacock and Luvenia McAnally, both of Rushville, Ruth Beebe of Lewistown, Betty Bennett of Mason, Il., and Hallie Orton of Memphis, Mo.

CAMPBELL, Charles S, Jr.; b: (not stated); d: 27Mar1987, Colonial Heights, Va.; bu: (body donated to science); m: Doris Roodhouse (date and place not stated); fa: Charles S. Campbell; mo: Kittie (surname not stated). A former resident of White Hall, Il.; was 81 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; three daughters; six grandsons; and a brother: J. Warren Campbell of White Hall. Preceded by his sister: Sue Elizabeth Boston in July, 1980.

CAMPBELL, Chester; b: 4Nov1911, Bloomfield, Il.; d: 4Jan1977, Winchester, Il.; bu: (not stated); fa: Chester T. Campbell; mo: Bertha (surname not stated). A resident of Bloomfield. Survived by a brother: Claude of Jacksonville; and a sister: Mrs. Anna Hoots of Winchester. Preceded by two brothers.

CAMPBELL, Clarence H.; b: 31Oct1905, near Meredosia, Scott Co., Il.; d: 10Dec1991, Jacksonville, Il; bu: (cremated); m: Margaret Ticknor on 27Apr1944 in Jacksonville; fa: Henry R. Campbell; mo: Louisa Barfield. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Donna M.) Holmes of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Bill (Helen) Franklin of Kansas City, Kans.; 16 grand and several g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons: Richard and Robert Campbell; one daughter: Dorothy Kleinlein; one brother; and two sisters.

CAMPBELL, Claude J.; b: 25Jul1909, Scott Co. Il.; d: 1Sep1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Dorothy Irene Bell Lane on 2Jul1944 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Curtis Truman Campbell; mo: Bertha Alice (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; one son: Bill Lane of Dallas, Tex.; two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Betty) Scott of Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert (Jean) Walters of Kansas City, Mo.; nine grand and 11 g-grandchildren; and one g-g-grandchild. Preceded by one brother: Chester Campbell and one sister: Anna Hoots.

CAMPBELL, Corlis Eugene; b: 6Aug1880, Brown Co., Il.; d: 25Feb1985, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Lydia Peck on 25Dec1905 in La Prairie, Il.; fa: Alexander James Campbell; mo Mary Catherine Thoroman. A former resident of Mt. Sterling. Survived by his wife of 79 years; four sons: Richard Campbell of Rolling Hills, Calif., Eugene Campbell of San Rafael, Calif., Sterling Campbell and Robert Campbell, both of LaJolla, Calif.; 14 grand and nine g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; one brother: Robert Campbell of Quincy; and one sister: Edna Fossen of Portland, Ore.

CAMPBELL, Dee; b: 17Mar1910, Richfield, Adams Co., Il.; d: 20Sep1995, Barry, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Pauline Hoskin on 28Oct1950 in Barry, Il.; fa: Charles L. Campbell; mo: Jeanne Rathbun. A resident of Barry, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Gary Campbell of Barry; one daughter: Sharon Baker of Mt. Sterling; four grandchildren; and three sisters: Edith Mayfield of Quincy, Ida Lightner of Moline and Elsie Coates of Camp Point. Preceded by two brothers: Ralph and Lewis Campbell; one sister: Esther Waack; and two nephews.

CAMPBELL, Donna Faye (Gillis); b: 22Nov1940, near Eldred, Il.; d: 3Feb1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Kenneth F. Campbell on 22May1960 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Eugene Gillis; mo: Ruby Mae Pryor. A resident of Lincoln; formerly of White Hall. Survived by her husband of Lincoln; her mother of White Hall; two daughters: Anita Campbell of Lincoln and Diana Marie Danosky of Lincoln; two sons: Darrell Wayne of St. Louis and Roger of Lincoln; one grandson: Zachary Danosky; one granddaughter: Linda Kay Hernandez; one sister: Mrs. Robert (June) Douglas of Patterson; five brothers: John G. of Farmer City, Harvey L. of Catharpin, Va., Fred E. and George E., both of White Hall, and Richard of Jacksonville.

CAMPBELL, Dorothy Mae (Cassell); b: (date not stated), Jacksonville, Il.; d: 25May1988, Carrollton, Tex.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: George F. Campbell (date and place not stated); fa: Lynn Ray Cassell; mo: Etta Mae Bieber. Husband preceded in death 7Jun1960. A resident of Dallas, Tex.; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by a son: George Campbell, Jr. of Carrollton, Tex.; a daughter: Mrs. Shirey Wheeler of Galesburg, Il.; and five grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, Dorothy Mae (Reid); b: 29Jul1921, Greene Co., Il.; d: 27Apr1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Verlin Campbell on 17May1942 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Frank Reid; mo: Ada Marsh. Survived by her husband; two sons: Larry Campbell of Kamuela, Hawaii and Gary Campbell of Palm Harbor, Fla.; and two grandchildren. Preceded by one brother.

CAMPBELL, Emily Orlena (Bell); b: 11Sep1893, Monticello, Ky.; d: 22Jul1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Charles E. Campbell on 19Mar1910 (place not stated); fa: James Bell; mo: Balzora Koontz. Husband preceded in death 6May1951. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Jacksonville. Survived by a son: Charles of Champaign; three daughters: Dorothy Carls of Athens, Velma Brown of Port Orchard, Wash., and Mary Pate of Springfield, with whom she had her home since 1951; 21 grand, several great, great-great, and great-great-great-grandchildren. Preceded by three daughters: Leatha Herron, Della Watkins and Erma Stiltz; six brother: Sam, Cook, Clayton, Fred, Odie and Claude; and two sisters: Rosetta and Vivian.

CAMPBELL, Euthrophia G. (Curry); b: 14Dec1903, Brown Co., Il.; d: 20Oct1976, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Rigg Cemetery; m: Robert H. Campbell in November, 1932 (place not stated); fa: Allen Alexander Curry; mo: Ida Pearl Grimes. A resident of rural Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mary Campbell of New York City and Mrs. Ruth Miller of Bloomington, Ind.; a son: Allen of Mt. Sterling; two grandchildren; and a sister: Elizabeth Hilderbrand of Peoria. {Member: Schuyler-Brown Historical Society}

CAMPBELL, Eva Sue (Hale); b: 10Jun1902, Kentucky; d: 3Aug1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Daniel Hale; mo: Lucy McClain. A former resident of Waverly. Survived by one sister: Mabel Race of Springfield; and one brother: Rudy Hale of Edwardsville.

CAMPBELL, Evelyn M. (Primus); b: 16Aug1924, Chicago, Il.; d: 25Dec1979, Rushville, Il.; bu: Littleton, Il.; m: Virgil Campbell in 1949 at DeKalb, Il.; fa: Laurence Primus; mo: Irene (surname not stated). A resident of Littleton. Survived by her husband; two sons: Harold and Gary Campbell; and a daughter: Dianne Campbell, all of Littleton; a sister: Mrs. Dorothy Longbotham of Westfield, Wisc.; and three grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, Florence Laurena (Ferdon); b: 5Oct1903, Leola, Wisc.; d: 27Jul1986, Barry, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Ray Campbell on 25Dec1941 in Troy, Mo.; fa: Charles Ferdon; mo: Ida (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1971. A resident of Griggsville; formerly of Winchester and Virginia. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. O. W. (Eileen) Ator of Griggsville; four grand and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by one daughter; two brothers; and one sister.

CAMPBELL, Florence M. (McNeely); b: 11Feb1893, Gorin, Mo.; d: 16Apr1985, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.: m: Otis Campbell on 5Jan1915 in Memphis, Mo.; fa: Robert McNeely; mo: Henrietta Arthur. Husband preceded in death 23Dec1960. Survived by eight daughters: Hallie Orton of Memphis, Mo., Henrietta Robinson of Houston, Tex., Mildred Crenshaw of Collins, Mo., Maxine Peacock of Rushville, Ruth Beebe of Lewistown, Evelyn O'Malley of Houston, Tex., Luvenia McAnally of Rushville, and Betty Bennett of Mt. Vernon; 34 grand, 56 g-grand and 31 g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Charles Robert; 12 grandchildren; six brothers; and four sisters.

CAMPBELL, Floyd G.; b: 6Oct1907, Scott Co., Il.; d: 22Feb1990, Peoria, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: Horace Campbell; mo: Minnie Siverns. Wife preceded in death 7Sep1988. A resident of Peoria; formerly of Springfield and Winchester. Survived by a son: Robert Campbell; four granddaughters: Michelle Bachler and Traci Campbell, both of Peoria, Lesli Harms of Tacoma, Wash., and Kristin Cook of South Africa; two step-grandchildren: Dennie Wagner of Peoria and Jeanne Whiteside of Washington; four step-grandchildren; one step-great-great-grandson; two brothers: John Campbell of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and Eugene Campbell of Peoria; and two sisters: Rena Rahn of Springfield and Leta Hoots of Divernon. Preceded by a son: James; and a brother: Horace, Jr.

CAMPBELL, Frances Marie (Miller); b: 10Nov1909, Montezuma, Il.; d: 15Feb1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: J. Warren Campbell on 18Dec1930 in Jacksonville, Ill; fa: Francis Miller; mo: Hattie Daniesl. A resident of White Hall. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mary Ann Roodhouse of Greenville and Peggy Post of Chapin; five sons: Jim of Advance, Mo., Don of Carthage, Bob of Salem, Ind., Kenneth of Advance, Mo. and Sam of Livonia, Mich.; 23 grand and 28 g-grandchildren; four sisters: Estalene Mitchell of Champaign, Freda Crabtree of Winchester, Myrtle Akers of Brighton and Nellie Soeline of Jacksonville; and a brother: Henry Miller of Joliet.

CAMPBELL, Franklin Lee; b: 8Dec1932, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1Feb1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Marjorie Peterson on 19Oct1951 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Ralph Campbell; mo: Charlotte Connell. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Jerry (Carol) Doerfler of Auburn; one granddaughter; five brothers: Harold of Havana, Raymond of Jacksonville, Greg of Meredosia, Cecil of Ogden, Utah, and Art of Vinita, Oklahoma.

CAMPBELL, Harold R. "Hank"; b: 1Jan1910, Arenzville, Il.; d: 15May1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville Il.; m: Catherine E. Shannon on 16Feb1942 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Forrest J. Campbell; mo: Grace Maltby. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Betty (husband, Rollin, Jr.) Trotter of Ocala, Fla.; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two nieces; and one nephew. Preceded by one brother: Leo Campbell; and two sisters: Bessie Campbell and Bernita Campbell.

CAMPBELL, Helen (Hodgson); b: 22Jul1904, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 12Feb1989, Aurora, Colo.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Harry Campbell in January, 1926 at Rushville, Il; fa: James Hodgson; mo: Lillie Tharp. Husband preceded in death 6May1972. A resident of Aurora, Colo.; formerly of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Paul (Gwendolyn) Poe of Strasburg, Colo.; and two grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, Homer; b: 12Oct1905, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 14Oct1982, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Good Hope Cemetery, Rushville Il.; m: Dorothy Rickard on 14Aug1933 in Memphis, Mo.; fa: James Campbell; mo: Grace Stevens. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Louise Bauser and Donna Blake, both of Beardstown; and two sons: Orville Campbell of Palmyra, Mo. and Charlie Campbell of Jacksonville; 16 grand and 10 g-grandchildren; one brother: Lester Campbell of Mesa, Arizona; and two sisters: Minnie Simpson of Astoria and Annabelle Croxton of Rushville; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers.

CAMPBELL, Horace, Jr.; b: 19Aug1923, Scott Co., Il.; bu: 27Sep1981, Camp Point, Il.; bu: Blue River Cemetery, Pike Co., Il.; fa: Horace Campbell; mo: Minnie Severns. A former resident of Naples, Il. Survived by three brothers: Floyd of Springfield, Eugene of Peoria, and John of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; two sisters: Mrs. Ralph (Rena) Rahn of Springfield and Mrs. Ray (Leta) Hoots of Divernon.

CAMPBELL, Irene H. (Waltman); b: 9Jul1904, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 10May1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: J. Harold Campbell on 18Feb1925 in Lynnville, Il.; fa: Henry Waltman; mo: Rosie Breidenstien. A resident of rural Franklin, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Harvey (Rosemary) Jarvis of Jacksonville and Mrs. Keith (Edith Ann) Gibb of Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; two sons: Robert and Don, both of Franklin; eight grand and seven g-grandchildren; and one sister: Mrs. Thelma York of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother.

CAMPBELL, J. Harold; b: 8Jan1902, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 11Mar1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Irene H. Waltman on 18Feb1925 in Lynnville, Il.; fa: Albert J. Campbell; mo: Edna Bell Coultas. Wife preceded in death 10May1987. A resident of rural Franklin, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Harvey (Rosemary) Jarvis of Jacksonville and Mrs. Keith (Edith Ann) Gibb of Fort Walton Beach Fla.; two sons: Robert and Don Campbell of Franklin; eight grand and eight g-grandchildren; a twin brother: Richard Homer Campbell of Indianapolis, Ind.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a brother and three sisters.

CAMPBELL, J. Warren; b: 29Dec1907, West Plains, Mo.; d: 21Mar1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Marie Miller on 18Dec1930 in Jacksonville; fa: Charles S. Campbell; mo; Kittie Stevenson. Wife preceded in death 15Feb1990. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by five sons: Jim of Advance, Mo., Don of Carthage, Bob of Salem, Ind., Kenneth of Advance, Mo., and Sam of Livonia , Mich.; two daughters: Mary Anne Roodhouse of Greenville and Peggy Post of Chapin; 23 grand and 28 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Charles; and one sister: Betty Boston.

CAMPBELL, James Leroy; b: 16May1899, Brown Co., Il.; d: 26Jun1979, Albuquerque, N.M.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: 1) Lucille Gaddis in May, 1924; and 2) Helen Ragan in April, 1979 (places not stated); fa: John Clark Campbell; mo: Fannie McGovern. 1st wife preceded in death 14Jul1978. A resident of Albuquerque; formerly of Versailles, Il. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. James (Carolyn) Scott of San Diego, Calif.; a step-son: Stanley Sleeter of Albuquerque, N.M.; a step-daughter: Doris McCampbell of Albuquerque, N.M.; two sisters: Cora Clark of Mt. Sterling and Ruth Clinard of Belleville; three grand and two g-grandchildren; seven step-grand and six step-great-grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, James Ray; b: 4Sep1952, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 11Sep1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); fa: James Leo Campbell; mp: Mabel Tolson. A resident of Alton, Il.; formerly of Winchester, Il. Survived by his mother: Mabel Campbell of Winchester; and two sisters: Mrs. Leonard (Dixie) Hoots of Winchester and Joann Campbell of Queensland, Australia.

CAMPBELL, Jean L. (Milstead); b: 20Mar1921, East St. Louis, Il.; d: 25Sep1993, Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center; bu: Community Church of the Rockies Columbarium; m: Warren E. Campbell on 15Feb1944 in Casper, Wyoming; fa: DeWilton Milstead; mo: Calista Galloway. A resident of Estes Park, Colo. Survived by her husband; her children; a brother; and her grandchildren. Preceded by a sister.

CAMPBELL, Jean M.; b: (not stated); d: 25Feb1985, Great Falls, Montana; bu: Great Falls, Montana; m: Robert L. Campbell (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Was 55 years of age at time of death. Survived by her husband; a son: Robert, Jr. of Great Falls; two daughters: Anneliese Marie, a student at the University of Montana, and Andrea Jean of Great Falls; her mother: Mrs. Dale Shuey of Laurel, Montana; and a sister: Elizabeth Jane Preller of Miles City, Montana. She was the daughter-in-law of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Campbell of Jacksonville, Il.

CAMPBELL, Jerome B.; b: 1Nov1905, Barry, Il.; d: 16Jul1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: Smith Cemetery, near Milton, Il.; m: Lillian Irene Whitaker in 1939 at Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Richard Hayes Campbell; mo: Christian Martin. A resident of Milton, Il. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Mrs. Carroll (Linda) Stanley of Milton, Brenda Steven of Springfield, Mrs. Jerry (Grace) Helm of Canton, Mary Herst of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Arnold ( Frances) Faulkner of Canton; two sons: Larry Jerome (wife, Gayle) of Viola and John Richard (wife, Rebecca) of Canton; 19 grand, two step-grand and 21 g-grandchildren; one step-g-grandchild; three sisters: Mary Forester of Jerseyville, Gladys Larimore of Carthage, Mo., and Mrs. To (Grace) Hughes of Barry; and one brother: Irvin A. of Paducah, Ky. Preceded by three g-grandchildren; and two brothers: Myron and Orin.

CAMPBELL, Jim; b: 30Jun1916, Yolande, Ala.; b: 15Dec1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.,; m: Edna Reick on 5Jan1942 in Kahoka, Mo.; fa: James Campbell; mo: Ann Heskell. A resident of Beardstown, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Ronald Lee of Suttland and James J. and Richard, both of Beardstown; three daughters: Sue Norvell of Galesburg, Kittie Robinson of Canton and Lora VanWinkle of Crawford Miss.; four brothers: Charles of West Frankfort, John of Lansing, and Michael and Bruce, both of Las Vegas, Nev.; two sisters: Alice Millikan and Kay Vellis, both of Las Vegas, Nev.; 12 grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother: Tom; and one sister: Anna Marie Andriacchi.

CAMPBELL, Kenneth; b: 12Apr1940, Hillview, Il.; d: 14Jun1991, Advance, Mo.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Donna Faye Gillis on 22May1960 in White Hall, Il.; fa: J. Warren Campbell; mo: Frances Marie Miller. Wife preceded in death 3Feb1987. A resident of Advance, Mo.; formerly of White Hall, Il. Navy vet. Survived by two daughters: Anita Campbell and Diana Marie Danosky, both of Lincoln; two sons: Darrell Wayne Campbell of Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. and Roger Campbell of Springfield; four grandchildren: Linda and Timothy Hernandez and Zachary and Anthony Danosky, all of Lincoln; two sisters: Mrs. Bennett (Mary) Roodhouse of Greenville and Peggy Post of Chapin; four brothers: Dr. James Campbell of Advance, Mo., Donald Campbell of Carthage, Robert Campbell of Salem, Ind., and Same Campbell of Seattle, Wash. Preceded by his parents.

CAMPBELL, L. Ellen (Walton); b: 27Aug1931, Browning, Il.; d: 26May1995, Rushville, Il.; bu: Browning, Il.; m: Harold V. Campbell on 15Dec1956 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Ezra Walton; mo: Gertrude Breeden. Survived by her husband of Princeville; two sons: Steve and Jim Campbell, both of Rushville; one daughter: Becky Campbell of Rushville; one sister: Goldie Johnson of Beardstown; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one sister: Dorothy McCombs; and one brother: Albert Walton.

CAMPBELL, Leo G.; b: 27Jul1913, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 7Aug1986, Jacksonville, Ill; bu: Concord, Il.; m: Vena R. Mansfield in 1942 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: Forrest J. Campbell; mo: Grace Maltby. Survived by a son: Monte Campbell of Jacksonville; two daughters: Joette Brant of Jacksonville and Deborah Smith of Riverton; four grandchildren; and a brother: Harold R. "Hank" Campbell of Jacksonville.

CAMPBELL, Lucille (Gaddis); b: 19Nov1901, Wayne City, Il.; d: 14Jul1978, San Diego, Calif.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: James L. Campbell in May, 1924 (place not stated); fa: Charles W. Gaddis; mo: Rosa Lappin. A resident of San Diego; formerly of Versailles, Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. James (Carolyn) Stout of San Diego; four brothers: John Gaddis of Witchita, Kans., Edwin Gaddis of Ottawa, Charles and Shirley Gaddis of Mt. Sterling; a sister: Mrs. Genella Hyatt of Ft. Collins, Colo.; and three grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, Lydia Amney (Peck); b: 25Feb1887, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 14Oct1985, Beardstown, Il.; bu: family lot, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Corlis Eugene Campbell on 24Dec1905 in La Prairie, Il.; fa: Alfred Marion Peck; mo: Cora Adeline Shank. Husband preceded in death 25Feb1985. A former resident of Mt. Sterling. Survived by four sons: Richard of Rolling Hills, Calif., Sterling and Robert of La Jolla, Calif., and Eugene of San Rafael, Calif.; one sister: Mrs. Dwight (Bertha) Croxton of rural La Prairie; 14 grandchildren; nine g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; a son; a daughter; and five brothers.

CAMPBELL, Margaret (Beebe); b: 12Oct1924, Rushville, Il.; d: 7Jul1996, Macomb, Il.; bu: Good Hope Cemetery, Rushville, Il.; m: Charles Robert Campbell on 9Oct1946 in Palmyra Il.; fa: James Fred Beebe; mo: Beulah Bridgewater. Husband preceded in death 23Feb1984. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Donald (Carolyn) Seaman of Beardstown; three sons: Robert G. of Springfield and James O. and Danny M, both of Macomb; 11 grand and 15 g-grandchildren. Preceded by her parents; a brother: Vern Glen Beebe; a grandson; and a great-granddaughter.

CAMPBELL Margaret T. (Ticknor); b: 8Apr1908, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 23May1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Clarence Henry Campbell on 27Mar1944 in Jacksonville; fa: Arthur E. Ticknor; mo: Leah Pires. Husband preceded in death 10Dec1991. Survived by two step-daughters: Mrs. Robert (Donna) Holmes of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bill (Helen) Franklin of Kansas City, Kans.; one brother: Arthur Ticknor of Mt. Zion; and three half-sisters: Mrs. Russell (Mary) Williamson and Mrs. Dexter (Frances) Read, both of Lincoln, and Mrs. Wayne (Francie) Crozier of Elkhart. Preceded by three step-children: Bob and Richard Campbell and Dorothy Kleinlein; and one sister: Dorothy Cornette.

CAMPBELL, Marjorie M. (Peterson); b: 19Mar1933, Winchester, Il.; d: 17Sep1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Frank Campbell on 19Oct1951 in Winchester, Il.; fa: John Peterson; mo: Edna Stice. Husband preceded in death 1Feb1982. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Jerry (Carol) Doerfler of Jacksonville; two granddaughters: her mother, Edna of Roodhouse; one sister: Clara Elizabeth Barnett of Roodhouse; one sister: Clara Elizabeth Barnett of Roodhouse; and one brother: Alan "Pete" Peterson of Waverly. Preceded by her father; and one brother: John Peterson, Jr.

CAMPBELL, Mason "Humpy"; b: 6Jan1909, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: 20May1995, Springfield, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Helen King Giller on 6Oct1950 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Perry G. Campbell; mo: Annie Mason. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Ray.

CAMPBELL, Mae Elizabeth (Trout); b: 13Aug1910, Cass Co., Il.; d: 13Jun1981, Quincy, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Stephen Trout; mo: Murtie Wilkey. A resident of Quincy; formerly of White Hall. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Preaia Dean of Quincy, with whom Mrs. Campbell made her home for the past six years; two grandchildren and two g-grandchildren; a brother: Wilbur Trout of Twin Falls, Idaho; and a sister: Mrs. Clifton Tucker of Mesa, Arizona.

CAMPBELL, Marie (Evans); b: 11Jan1908, Scott Co., Il.; d: 7Sep1988, Peoria, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Floyd Campbell on 6Oct1928 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Jackson Evans; mo: Eva (surname not stated). A resident of Peoria; formerly of Springfield and Winchester. Survived by her husband of Peoria; a son: Robert of Peoria; four granddaughters: two brothers: Ted Evans of rural Winchester and Dean Evans of Newport Beach, Calif.; and a sister: Isabelle Price of Florissant, Mo. Preceded by a son: James; and three brothers: Russell, Chester and Oscar Evans.

CAMPBELL, Marjean B. (Clement); b: 8Jun1928, Chicago Hts., Il.; d: 21Feb1993, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Harry Lee Campbell on 30Jun1979 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Ernest F. Clement; mo: Yvonne Marie Duchene. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by her husband and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; one brother: Thomas Clement; and two sisters: Bernice Smith and Constance Burton.

CAMPBELL, Mary Jane (Turner); b: 13Oct1914, Cass Co., Il.; d: 17Jan1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Harry Lee Campbell (date and place not stated); fa: Robert Turner; mo: Belle Needham. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by her husband; a sister: Mrs. Hazel Brunk of Virginia; and nieces and nephews. Preceded by four brothers.

CAMPBELL, Merle H.; b: 3May1904, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 21Oct1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Sarahleen Lyons on 23May1941 (place not stated); fa: Hugh Campbell; mo: Millie Alderson. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Joan Richardson of Van Nuys, Calif., Donna Richardson of Corsicana, Tex.; and Teresa Campbell of Waverly; two sons: Terry and Butch Campbell of Waverly; 13 grand and 13g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister and one son.

CAMPBELL, Minnie L. (Kesterson); b: 20Jul1893, Valley City, Il.; d: 9Nov1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Wesley Campbell on 2Feb1913 (place not stated); fa: George Kesterson; mo: Mary Adams. Husband preceded in death in 1944. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Bluffs, Il. Survived by a sister: Myrtle Williams of Bluffs; a granddaughter who cared for her, Jackie Wolford of Springfield; six grand, 15 g-grand, five step-g-grand, eight g-g-grand and five step-g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Clarence Campbell; a daughter: Eula Wolford; two brothers; four sisters; one g-granddaughter; and two g-g-grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, Myrle Louise (Shawen); b: 22May1908, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 13Jan1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Byron R. Campbell on 20Sep1925 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Lee Shawen; mo: Josie Storey. Husband preceded in death 19Feb1965. Survived by these children: Mrs. Harvey (Maxine) Dean, Byron E. "Sonny" Campbell, and Ronald L. "Peewee" Campbell, all of Jacksonville; ten grandchildren; two sisters and two brothers: Leta Crouse of Vancouver, Washington, Mary E. "Marie" Looker of Jacksonville, Charles O. "Sam" Shawen of Orick, Calif., and Wiley C. Shawen of Jonesboro, Ark. Preceded by two daughters; one brother; and two children.

CAMPBELL, Myron R.; b: 23May1907, Baylis, Il.; d: 28Oct1991, Barry, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; fa: Richard H. Campbell; mo: Christina I. Martin. A resident of rural Baylis, Il. Survived by three sisters: Mrs. William (Mary) Forrester of Jerseyville, Mrs. Otto (Gladys) Larimore of Carthage, Mo. and Mrs. Tom (Grace) Hughes of Barry; and two brothers: Jerome Campbell of Milton and Irvin Campbell of Richmond, Ky. Preceded by one brother: Orin Campbell.

CAMPBELL, Nina "Bernadine"; b: 23Oct1919, near Perry, Il.; d: 30Mar1993, Meredosia, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; fa: Fred Campbell; mo: Nora Marie Little. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Clifford (Eileen) Bunch of Meredosia and Mrs. Clarence (Rosalie) Bunch of Meredosia; several nieces and nephews.

CAMPBELL, Nora M. (Little); b: 1Oct1897, Scott Co., Il.; d: 20Apr1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, near Bluffs, Il.; m: Frederick R. Campbell (date and place not stated); fa: Lafayette Little; mo: Alice (surname not stated). A resident of rural Meredosia, Il. Husband preceded in death in 1974. Survived by three daughters: Bernadine Campbell of Winchester, Mrs. Clifford (Eileen) Bunch, and Mrs. Clarence (Rosalie) Bunch, both of Meredosia; five sisters: Welthia Barth of Versailles, Percy Barth of Versailles, Agnes Miller of Meredosia, Irene Mixer of Jacksonville, and Louise Brockhouse of Meredosia; four grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded in death by six brothers.

CAMPBELL, Ora T.; b: 15Sep1916, south of Beardstown, Il.; d: 31Oct1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Imogene Hirte on 11Apr1934 in Davenport, Iowa; fa: Leo Campbell; mo: Tenna Plunkett. A resident of Beardstown, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; four daughters: Mrs. Gordon (Betty Ellen) Lovekamp of Arenzville, Mrs. Vern (Sherry) Pascal, Mrs. Jerome (Sondra) Walters and Mrs. Perry (Dorothy Jeanne) Swan, all of Beardstown; 10 grand and 10 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother and a sister in infancy.

CAMPBELL, R. Adrian; b: 27Feb1904, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 19Apr1977, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Deane C. Ferguson on 15Feb1935 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Morton Campbell; mo: Leonara Rawlilns. Survived by his wife; two brothers: Amburg Campbell of Valparaiso, Indiana, and Warren E. Campbell of Phoenix, Arizona. Preceded by one sister and two brothers.

CAMPBELL, Rennah P. (Peak); b: 4Jan1887, Rogers, Ark.; d: 2Apr1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: William R. Campbell on 18Oct1905 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Lafayette Peak; mo: Louisa Smithson. Husband preceded in death in 1921. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by six children: Mrs. Margaret McPherson of Winchester, Mrs. Willard (Louise) Nycum of Mt. Carroll, W. Richard Campbell of rural Pittsfield, James H. Campbell of rural Winchester, Mrs. Roy (Mary) Weder of rural Winchester, and William H. Campbell of Pittsfield; 17 grand, 37 g-grand and five g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Clara Belle; two sisters; and a brother.

CAMPBELL, Richard G. "Jerry"; b: 10Jan1933 (place not stated); d: 10Aug1985, Fairbanks, Alaska; bu: (not stated); fa: Irvin A. Campbell; mo: Emma Louise Wallbaum. A resident of Fairbanks, Alaska. Survived by his father of Pittsfield; two daughters: Phyllis of Nebo and Carolyn of Burlington, Iowa; a son: David of Burlington, Iowa; seven grandchildren; and two sisters: Darlene Henson of Jacksonville and Patricia Campbell of Abilene, Texas.

CAMPBELL, Richard Homer; b: 8Jan1902 (place not stated); d: 25Mar1993, Indianapolis, Ind.; m: (not stated); fa: Albert J. Campbell; mo: Belle Coultas. Survived by a daughter: Barbara Fath; six grand and five g-grandchildren; and two nephews of this area: Bob and Don Campbell, both of Franklin. Preceded by his twin brothers: J. Harold Campbell of Franklin; another brother and three sisters.

CAMPBELL, Richard L., Sr.; b: 16Feb1932, Beardstown, Il.; d: 11May1995, Springfield, Il.; bu: Christian Neck Cemetery, northeast of Rushville, Il.; m: June Keller on 18May1952 in Beardstown, Il. fa: (not stated); mo: Louise Landes Hagaman. A resident of rural La Prairie, Il. Survived by his wife; three sons: Richard, Jr. of Casa Grande, Arizona, David of Beardstown and Gary of Sandwich; four daughters: Patricia Spoon of Beardstown, Judy Campbell of La Prairie, Jean Campbell of Beardstown and Barb Brewer of Beardstown; 15 grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; and one sister: Sondra Walters of Beardstown.

CAMPBELL, Robert L. "Speedy"; b: 29Apr1926, Perry, Il.; d: 23May1990, Great Falls, Montana; bu: Highland Cemetery, Great Falls, Montana; m: Jean M. Washburn on 4Apr1954 in Great Falls, Montana; fa: Clarence Campbell; mo: Ethel (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death 25Feb1985. WWII Army vet. Survived by his father of Jacksonville; his mother of Mt. Sterling; a son: Robert L. Campbell, Jr. of Great Falls and Andrea Jean Taylor of Casper, Wyo.; a granddaughter; and two sisters: Donna Holmes of Mt. Sterling and Helen Franklin of Kansas City, Kans.

CAMPBELL, Robert N.; b: 30May1894, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 27Jan1990, Quincy, Il.; bu: family lot, Rigg Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Euthrophia G. Curry in November, 1932 at Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Alexander James Campbell; mo: Mary Catherine Thorman. Wife preceded in death 20Oct1976. A resident of rural Mt. Sterling. WWI vet. Survived by a son: Allen Campbell of Mt. Sterling; two daughters: Mary Campbell of New York, N.Y., and Ruth Miller of Bloomington, Ind.; two grandchildren: Elizabeth Marie Maidi of Bloomington, Ind., and Anne Marie Miller of New Jersey; and four g-grandsons.

CAMPBELL, Ruth M. (Markillie); b: 2Apr1896, Scott Co., Il.; d: 15Jul1988, Beardstown, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Karl Campbell on 7Oct1916 (place not stated); fa: Arthur Markillie; mo: Cora (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by a sister-in-law: Naomi Markillie of Beardstown; two nieces: Betty Markillie of Springfield and Martha Jean Tirbble of Chicago; and a nephew: Dick Markillie of Springfield. Preceded by an infant daughter; two brothers: Russell and Ralph; and two sisters: Maxine Markillie and Martha Hammack.

CAMPBELL, Verdie (Johnson); b: 20Sep1896, Chandlerville, Il.; d: 19Mar1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: William R. Campbell on 14Feb1920 (place not stated); fa: John Thomas Johnson; mo: Matilda Mullen. Husband preceded in death in 1976. A resident of rural Ashland, Il. Survived by a son: William "Sid" Campbell of rural Ashland; three daughters: Mrs. William (Mary Jane) Wood of Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. George (Patricia) Curtis of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Stan (Kathleen) Ladley of Overland Park, Kans.; 14 grand, 7 g-grand, and 2 step-g-grandchildren.

CAMPBELL, Viola Louise (Basham); b: 26Sep1927, Owensboro, Ky.; d: 3Jun1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walkerville, Il.; m: Edward Lee Campbell on 29Oct1952 in Owensboro, Ky.; fa: Shelton Lee Basham; mo: Alice Elizabeth Brown. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: Arthur of White Hall; five daughters: Ruby Moore of Bonneterre, Mo., Vickie Neff and Jackie Crain, both of White Hall, Brenda Bartlett of Owensboro, Ky., and Glenda Rutledge of Roodhouse; 12 grandchildren; three brothers: Richard Basham of Owensboro, Ky., Shelton Lee Basham of Walkerville and Edgar M. Basham of White Hall; one sister: Ola Mae Bratton of Roodhouse. Preceded by one daughter.

CAMPBELL, Wesley Richard; b: 20Sep1912, Scott Co., Il.; d: 20Jul1990, near El Dara, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, near Pearl, Il.; m: Mardelle Lemons on 6Mar1937 in Winchester, Il.; fa: William Campbell; mo: Rennah Peak. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Reggie Campbell of Milton; five grandchildren; a great-grandchild; two brothers: James and William Campbell, both of Winchester; and three sisters: Louise Nycum of Rockford and Margaret McPherson and Mary Weder, both of Winchester. Preceded by a son and a sister.

CAMPBELL, William Joseph; b: 11Feb1901, Pekin, Il.; d: 13Nov1976, Jacksonville Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Molly Mayes (date and place not stated); fa: James Campbell; mo: (not stated). Wife preceded in death in 1961. A resident of Naples, Il. Survived by a son: Gordon of Yorkville; two daughters: Mrs. Mary Traw of Naples and Mrs. Martha Sjostac of Jacksonville; a brother: Otis of Buffalo, N.Y.; eight grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother.

CAMPBELL, William R.; b: 10Mar1888, Cass Co., Il.; d: 15Jun1976, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Verdie Johnson; fa: Alfred Campbell; mo: Mary Ross. A resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Mary Jane Wood of Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. Patricia Curtis of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Kathleen Ladley of Kansas City, Kans.; a son: Sid Campbell of Ashland; 14 grandchildren; and a brother: A. S. Campbell of Jennings, La. Preceded by a sister.

CAMPBELL, William "Sid"; b: 13Jun1922, Springfield, Il.; d: 5Sep1988, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Rosemary Fair on 19Mar1949 in Virginia Il.; fa: William Ross Campbell; mo: Verdie Johnson. A resident of rural Ashland, Il. WWII Army Air Corps vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: W. Kevin of rural Ashland, Scott of Oceanside, Ore., and Keith of Naperville; two daughters: Mrs. John (Kathy) Lynch of Pleasant Plains and Susan Campbell of Chatham; five grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. William (Mary Jane) Wood of Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. George (Patricia) Curtis of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Stan (Kathleen) Ladley of Olathe, Kans.; and several nieces and nephews.

CAMPBELL, Wilma (Alred); b: 27May1914, Wayland, Iowa; d: 25Sep1991, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Cottonwood Cemetery, Weyland, Iowa; m: (not stated); fa: William Alred; mo: Lillie Neff. A resident of Carrollton; formerly of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.

CANADA, Donald B.; b: 19Jul1919, Kilbourne, Il.; d: 30Aug1988, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Maxine Whitehead on 21Jul1940 in Palmyra, Il.; fa: Clarence Canada; mo: Veirdie Showalter. A resident of Beardstown, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Tom (Mary Lee) Vincent of Huntington Beach, Calif.; a son: Mark Canada of Beardstown; four grandchildren: Pamela Sue and Jason Thomas Vincent, both of Huntington Beach, and Jared and Caleb Canada, both of Beardstown; a sister: Mrs. Wayne (Margaret) Dyer of Beardstown; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers.

CANATSEY, Aleta E.; b: 8Jun1917, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 15Jun1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; fa: Dr. Edward D. Canatsey; mo: Inez Vera Proudfit. Survived by five sisters: Mrs. Albert (Maurine) Lawrence of Tarzana, Calif., Mrs. Byron (Roberta) Haynes of Waverly, Mrs. Fay (Sylvia) Daniel of Alamogordo, N.M., Mrs. Matson (Helen) Cary of Bloomfield, Iowa and Joan Johnson of San Point, Idaho; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Byron and Russell Canatsey.

CANATSEY, Byron E.; b: 18Nov1909, Bluffs, Il.; d: 20Mar1986, Peoria Hts., Il.; bu: Gridley, Il.; m: Blanche L. Leonard on 30Dec1939 in Missouri; fa: Edward D. Canatsey; mo: Inez Proudfit. Wife preceded in death 6Jun1984. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Larry (Carol) Hammer of Dunlap; six sisters: Mrs. Mason (Helen) Cary of Bloomfield, Iowa., Aleta Canatsey of Jacksonville, Mrs. Byron (Roberta) Haynes of Waverly, Mrs. Fay (Sylvia) Daniel of Hoffman Estates, Joan Johnson of Jenner, Calif., and Mrs. Al (Maurine) Lawrence of Tarzana, Calif.; two grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother.

CANATSEY, Inez V. (Proudfit); b: 3Oct1889, southern Illinois; d: 20Aug1978 in Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Dr. Edward D. Canatsey on 10Feb1909 in Arenzville, Il.; fa: Andrew Proudfit; mo: Annie Cremeans. Husband preceded in death 27Oct1949. Survived by these children: Byron E. of Peoria Heights, Maurine Lawrence of Tarzana, Calif., Aleta Canatsey, at home, Roberta Haynes of Waverly, Sylvia Daniel of Hoffman Estates, Helen Cary of Bloomfield, Ia., and Lt. Col. Joan Johnson, serving with the Air Force in Niceville, Fla.; 16 grand and 18 g-grandchildren; one g-g-granddaughter; and two sisters: Wanda Wessler of Arenzville, and Gwendolyn Neumann of Palatine. Preceded by a son: Russell; one granddaughter; and two brothers.

CANAVAN, Gilbert C.; b: 19Nov1914, Shelby Co., Il.; d: 18Aug1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery; m: Elnora M. Seaton on 27May1932 in Monticello, Il.; fa: Thomas Edward Canavan; mo: Nell Clark. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Tom Canavan of Springfield, Va., Gary Canavan of Carlinville; one daughter: Mrs. Odell (Jan) Fellhauer of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; one brother: Jack T. Canavan of Decatur; and one sister: Mrs. Clarence (Vivian) Tate of Shelbyville. Preceded by a son: Gilbert Lee; and one brother: Glen.

CANDY, Nellie (Fowler); b: 12Sep1906, Washington; d: 1Feb1984, Roswell, Ga. (North Fulton Medical Center); bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Arthur Candy in St. Louis, Mo. (date not stated); fa: Benjamin Fowler; mo: Agnes Grizzwold. A resident of St. Louis, Mo.; formerly of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: William Lowderman of Marietta, Ga.; two grandchildren; and a brother: Eugene Fowler of Iowa.

CANE, Esther Reif (Johness); b: 7Mar1895, Madison, Co., Il.; d: 3Aug1979, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Mathew Cane in 1936 (place not stated); fa: James Johness; mo: Ella Coates. Husband preceded in death in 1959. A resident of Carrollton. Survived by two grandchildren: Mrs. Becky Lee of Brighton and Gary Reif of Jacksonville; five great-grandchildren; and a sister: Edna Scoggins of Granite City. Preceded by a son: Mather; and two brothers.

CANNADA, Kenneth M.; b: 16Oct1951, Beardstown, Il.; d: 13Nov1987 (place not stated); bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Rita Ann Dorr on 7Nov1981 in Frederick, Il.; fa: Floyd Cannada; mo: Freda Kost. A resident of Beardstown. Survived by his wife; a step-daughter: Melissa Hughes; a step-son: Joseph Dorr; his mother; three sisters: Mrs. Donald (Helen) Clements of Browning, Alice Cannada of Los Angeles, Calif., and Donna Stillwill of Lee's Summit, Mo.; one brother: David of Rushville; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by his father.

CANNEDY, Cleeta May (Plogger); b: 20Mar1896, Rockbridge, Il.; d: 6Nov1988, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m; Howard Cannedy on 28Oct1914 in Alexandria, Minn.; fa: Thomas Plogger; mo: Lucy VanMeter. Husband preceded in death 23Nov1965. A resident of Greenfield, Il. Survived by one daughter: Ruth Ferguson of Greenfield; two sons: Paul of Denver, Colo., and Earl of Godfrey; six grandchildren; eight g-grandchildren; one sister: Hazel Dugger of Powell, Wyo.; and one brother: Lowell Plogger of Eldred. Preceded by one son, John in 1931.

CANNEDY, Harold Allen; b: 22Feb1933, Greene Co., Il.; d: 20Mar1988, St. Louis Co., Mo.; bu: Greenfield, Il.; m: Glenda Sue Waldrop on 26Mar1955 in Cornith, Miss.; fa: Wilburn Allen Cannedy; mo: Nellie Greene. A resident of Alton, Il.; formerly of Greenfield, Il. Marine Crops vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Phyllis Rhoads of Godfrey and Cynthia Ahlers of Bethalto; one grandson; and two sisters: Doris Handling and Virginia Goode, both of Greenfield.

CANNEDY, Orval Ray; b: 11May1902, Greene Co., Il.; d: 14Jan1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Dorothy Spencer on 6Feb1927 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: William Cannedy; mo: Laura Barnard. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by his wife; two grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Rose Marian Reagor; two brothers: Earl and Ebert Cannedy; and a sister: Daisy Rhodes.

CANNEDY, Wade; b: 28May1895 (place not stated); d: 21Jun1977, Litchfield, Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: Pearl (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: John Wesley Cannedy; mo: Mattie Hill. Wife preceded in death in November, 1972. A former resident of Rockbridge, Il. Survived by a son: Darrell Cannedy of Raymond; and a grandson: Steven.

CANNEDY, Wilbur "Doc"; b: 4Jul1907, Greene Co, Il.; d: 22Jan1982, rural Greenfield, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Nellie Greene on 4Nov1925 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Charles Cannedy; mo; Harriet Pressey. Wife preceded in death 4Nov1970. A resident of rural Greenfield. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Wendell (Doris) Handling and Mrs. Ben (Virginia) Goode, both of Greenfield; a son: Harold of Alton; 13 grand and 11 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters and three brothers.

CANNELL, Deane Lauver; b: 15Jan1909, Monmouth, Il.; d: 26Dec1991, Jacksonville, Il; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery; m: Anna Louise Hansen on 30Sep1930 (place not stated); fa: William Edward Cannell; mo: Pearle Mae Lauver. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Roger (wife, Mary Jean) Cannell; and three grandchildren.

CANNELL, Louise B. (Hansen); b: 18Mar1910, Chicago, Il.; d: 4May1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Deane L. Cannell on 20Sep1930 in Chicago, Il.; fa: Sophus Hansen; mo Olga Sorensen. Husband preceded in death in 1991. Survived by one son: Roger D. (wife, Mary Jean) Cannell of Jacksonville; and three grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers: John and Jens Hansen.

CANNON, Amanda Luttrell (Anderson); b: 21Sep1906, Beardstown, Il.; d: 9Jan1982, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m; 1) Willard L. Luttrell on 5Feb1924 in Beardstown, Il.; and 2) (fist name not stated) Cannon; fa: Richard F. Anderson; mo: Bertha A. (surname not stated). Survived by two brothers: John Anderson of Beardstown and Willis Anderson of Hammond, Indiana; five daughters: Alice McKnight and Lois Matthews of Beardstown, LaVina Daily and Lillian Thompson of Rushville, and Anne Parks of Minonk; numerous grand and g-grandchildren. Preceded by her parents; husband; two sons; two brothers; and a sister.

CANNON, David Lee; b: 28Feb1937, Bluffs, Il.; d: 23Nov1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m; Judy Gibbs on 3Jun1972 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Jesse Lee Cannon; mo: Hulda L. Lear. A resident of rural Winchester, Il. Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: David Bryan (wife, Tammy) of Winchester and Jesse Ed and Joshua T., both living at home; three daughters: Mrs. Ray (Karen) Held and Karla Marie, both of Winchester, and Mrs. Kevin (Patricia L.) Kaegy of Greenville; two grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Charles (Betty A.) Bruce of Roodhouse, Mrs. Kenet (Bonnie G.) Stice and Donna F. Sacramento, both of Jacksonville; and one niece. Preceded by a brother: William E.; and a nephew.

CANNON, Dorothy Lee (Sims); b: 28Aug1899, Naples, Il.; d: 3Jan1992, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Greene Cemetery, south of Bluffs, Il.; m: Levi Cannon on 6Nov1916 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: George Jeremiah Sims; mo: Martha Ellen Clark. Husband preceded in death in 1942. A resident of East Alton, Il. since 1978; formerly of Jacksonville Il. Survived by one daughter: Jean Combs of East Alton; one son: Norval Cannon of Fontana, Calif.; nine grand, 24 g-grand and several g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons: George and Homer Cannon; four brothers; and three sisters.

CANNON, Earl Edward; b: 2Apr1920, Naples, Il.; d: 31Mar1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Evelyn Russell Fishel on 31Dec1964 (place not stated); fa: Ray Cannon; mo: Virgil Sims. WWII Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Danna Huntsman of Pratt, Kansas; a son: Earl Edward, Jr. of Petersburg; two grandchildren; a twin brother: Elmer of Jacksonville; and a sister: Phyllis Allan of Jacksonville.

CANNON, Elmer E.; b: 2Apr1920, Naples, Il.; d: 15Aug1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Ray Cannon; mo: Virgil Victor Sims. WWII Army vet. Survived by a son: Stanley of Florida; and a sister: Phyllis Allan of Jacksonville. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CANNON, Evelyn Ruth (Russell); b: 15Oct1931, Havana, Il.; d: 21Nov1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Earl Cannon (date and place not stated); fa: Logan Russell; mo: Alice Kent. Husband preceded in death. Survived by one son: Stephen Fishel of Bradford, Tenn.; two daughters: Mrs. Roger (Linda) Brown of Bartonville and Mrs. Earl (Shelly) Towel of Peoria; four grandchildren; one g-grandchild; two bothers: Jack Russell of Beardstown and Tom Russell of Jacksonville; one sister: Mrs. Sally (Dorothy) Sullivan of Yucaipa, Calif.; and a friend: Chuck Orris of Jacksonville, Il Preceded by her parents.

CANNON, Fred C. "Tip"; b: 7Oct1898, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 9Jul1987, Rushville, Il.; bu: St. Alexis Catholic Cemetery, Beardstown, Il.; m: Myrtle A. Reynolds on 20Aug1921 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: William S. Cannon; mo: Elizabeth M. (surname not stated). A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Bernice Parr and Kay Brown, both of Beardstown; six grand and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by his parents; one sister; and five brothers.

CANNON, Hulda "Lee" (Lear); b: 7Jul1905, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 16May1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, near Bluffs, Il.; m; Jesse Cannon on 30Dec1923 in Bluffs, Il.; fa: William Edgar Lear; mo: Nellie Brewer. Husband preceded in death in 1969. A former resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by the following children: Mrs. Charles (Betty Ann) Bruce of Roodhouse, Mrs. Kenneth (Bonnie Gail) Stice and Mrs. Robert (Donna Faye) Sacramento of Jacksonville, David L. of rural Winchester; eight grand and two g-grandchildren; and one sister: Faye McAllister of Concord. Preceded by a son: William in 1983; three brothers: Ford, Fritz and George; and one sister: Elsie Grady.

CANNON, John, Jr. "J.D."; b: 14Aug1926, Winfield, Mo.; d: 22Mar1994, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 22 Mar1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Dorothy V. Smith on 31Jan1969 (place not stated); fa: John D. Cannon, Sr.; mo: Clarice Wise. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Alton; two sons: John D. (wife, Kathleen) Cannon III and Andrew B. (wife, Linda) Cannon, both of Denver, Colo.; three daughters: Mrs. Tom (Susan K.) Roach of Jerseyville, Mrs. Harry (Melanie A.) Mundy of Kane and Mrs. Mark (Jane E.) Short of Brighton; two step-daughters: Mrs. James (Cindy) Maple and Mrs. Ken (Jan) Campbell, both of Godfrey; one brother: David A. Cannon of New York City; one sister: Ruby Nelson of Jacksonville; 14 grand and one g-grandchild. Preceded by his father.

CANNON, John Edward; b: 30Jan1893, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 16Nov1986, Grafton, Il.; bu: Valhalla Memorial Park, Godfrey, Il.; m: Lottie Peg Sellers on 10Jun1916 in Jacksonville; fa: William Samson Cannon; mo: Elizabeth Mallen. Wife preceded in death 20Apr1978. Survived by a son: Edward L. Cannon of Otterville, a daughter: Lois Joann Wallace of Godfrey; 13 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; a brother: Clifton Cannon of Beardstown; and nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sons.

CANNON, Leonard; b: 14Jan1922, Nebo, Il.; d: 1Oct1982, Godfrey, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Alice Runyon on 6Dec1941, Florence, Arizona; fa: John Cannon; mo: Lottie Sellers. A resident of Phoenix, Arizona; died at the home of his sister. Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Leonard, Jr. of Phoenix; and two daughters: Betty Jean Jeffers of Fort Campbell, Ky., and Barbara Ann Jerousek of of Phoenix; seven grandchildren; his father of Grafton; one brother: Ed of Otterville; and one sister: Joanna Wallace of Godfrey.

CANNON, Lillie Mae (Browne); b: 22Jun1896, McLeansboro, Il.; d: 7Oct1982, Lacon, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Harry Claude Cannon on 20Jun1917 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Joseph P. Browne; mo: Mary M. Robinson. A resident of Lacon; formerly of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by three sons: Dr. Joe W. Cannon of Lacon, Dr. Paul E. Cannot of Glendale, Arizona, and Dr. John L. Cannon of Denton, Texas; 10 grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by her husband in 1953.

CANNON, Lola E. (Stanley); b: 11May1896, Goreville, Il.; d: 10Sep1982, Winamac, Ind.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Frank O. Cannon, Sr. on 3Jun1915 in Jacksonville; fa: William Stanley; mo: Ella Mae Brown. Husband preceded in death 17Jan1980. A former resident of Jacksonville. Survived by three sons: William of Strawberry Point, Iowa, Kenneth of Sunnyvale, Calif., and Frank O., Jr. of Winamac, Ind.; a daughter: Mrs. Lola Rexroat of Bonne Terre, MO.; 20 grand and 15 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a sister: Jane Cooper; and a brother: Fred Stanley.

CANNON, Louis Charles; b: 15Aug1902, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 14May1991, Sierra Vista, Arizona; bu: Sierra Vista, Arizona; m: Virginia (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: Charles G. Cannon; mo: Nina E. (surname not stated). WWII Army Air Corps vet. Survived by his wife of 64 years of Sierra Vista, Arizona; a son: Charles L. of Tucson, Arizona; two daughters: Maryellen C. Worrall of Las Cruces, N.M., and Beverly Horrer of Sierra Vista, Arizona; 14 grand and 28 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Virginialou Pennell of 1989.

CANNON, Marie Louise (Webster); b: 7Jul1912, Belleville, Il.; d: 9Aug1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Olen Burton Cannon on 23Dec1932 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: Thomas Arthur Webster; mo: Irma Glenn. Husband preceded in death in 1982. Survived by a son: Thomas Webster Cannon of Jacksonville; six grandchildren: Thomas G. Cannon of Jacksonville, Christopher B. Cannon of Pineville, S.C., and Michael S. Cannon, Elisabeth Marie Cannon, Rebeckah L. Cannon and Rachel C. Cannon, all of Jacksonville; three g-grandchildren: Brandy Nicole Cannon and Bryan Scott Cannon, both of Jacksonville, and Cara Lee Cannon of Pineville, N. C.; and one brother: T. Glenn Webster of Belleville.

CANNON, Myrtle A. (Reynolds); b: 14Aug1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 3Apr1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Fred C. "Tip" Cannon (date and place not stated); fa: Edward Reynolds; mo: Eva Mae (surname not stated). A resident of Beardstown, Il. Husband preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Bernice Genseal of Dawson Springs, Ky., and Kay Brown of Beardstown; six grandchildren; and one nephew.

CANNON, Olen Burton; b: 12Aug1911, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 28May1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Marie Louise Webster on 23Dec1932 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: Olen B. Cannon; mo: Dora Scott. Survived by his wife; a son: Thomas Webster Cannon of Jacksonville; six grandchildren: Thomas W., Christopher B., Michael S., Elisabeth Marie, Rebeckah L. and Rachael C.; three sisters: Mrs. Willard (Thelma) Hine, Mrs. Gledora DesChamp and Mrs. Elsie Nicole, all of Jacksonville.

CANNON, Ralph A.; b: 21Oct1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 14Jul1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: 1) Bessie Grafton on 5Jan1927 in Galesburg, Il.; and 2) Amanda Luttrell on 19Jul1970 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Clark Cannon; mo: Cora Ferguson. 1st wife preceded in death 5Jul1969. Survived by his wife; a son: Robert Cannon of Rochester; a daughter: Mrs. Norma Dollar of Escondido, Calif.; two step-sons: Lyle Grafton of Rushville and Maurice Grafton of Chillicothe; six step-daughters: Mrs. Louis Thomas of Rushville, Mrs. Alice McKnight and Mrs. Lois Mathews, both of Beardstown, Mrs. Anna Parks of Minonk, Mrs. Lavina Dailey and Mrs. Lillian Thompson, both of Rushville; four grand and several step-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Alberta Fowler of Bethalto. Preceded by two brothers and two step-sons.

CANNON, Virginia B. (Brown); b: 29Apr1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 12Mar1993, Las Cruces, N.M.; bu: (not stated); m: Louis C. Cannon (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death. Survived by a son: Charles Louis Cannon of Tucson, Arizona; two daughters: Beverly S. Horrer of Everett, Wash., and Maryellen Worral of Las Cruces; 12 grand and 22 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Virginialou Pennell; and a brother: J. Robert Brown.

CANNON, William Edward; b: 2Feb1925, Scott Co., Il.; d: 12May1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, near Bluffs, Il.; fa: Jesse Cannon; mo: Hulda Lear. A former resident of Springfield and Winchester; died at the home of his sister: Mrs. Bonnie Stice. WWII vet. Survived by his mother of Winchester; three sisters: Mrs. Charles (Betty) Bruce of Roodhouse, Mrs. Kenneth (Bonnie) Stice and Miss Donna Cannon, both of Jacksonville; and a brother: David Cannon of Winchester; along with several nieces and nephews.

CANTRELL, Mary Jo (Brickey); b: 7Jun1935, Murrayville, Il.; d: 24Mar1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Robert Cantrell, Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Francis C. Brickey; mo: Nellie I. Thady. Survived by her husband; two sons: Robert C. (wife, Kaye) Stewart of rural Murrayville and Ricky Stewart of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; two brothers: Sam Brickey of St. Louis and David Brickey of rural Murrayville; and two sisters: Lucille Lovett and Dorothy Kessinger, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by two brothers: John and Carl Brickey and Carl Brickey; and three sisters: Betty Jane, Florence and Frances.

CANTRALL, Minnie E. (Hauptmann); b: 23Feb1908, New Berlin, Il.; d: 22Jul1986, Petersburg, Il.; bu: Lutheran Cemetery, New Berlin, Il.; fa: Henry Hauptmann; mo: Elizabeth Eckhardt. Husband preceded in death. A former resident of Lincoln and New Berlin. Survived by one son: Kenneth of Athens; two grandchildren; and one g-grandson. Preceded by one sister and one grandson.

CANTRELL, Lloyd G.; b: 20Feb1914, Coatsburg, Il.; d: 30Dec1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: David Cantrell; mo: Emma Berrier. Resident of Murrayville. Survived by five children; Ronald and Stanley S. of Camp Point, Steven L. of Murrayville, Mrs. Don (Carolyn) Elliott of Liberty and Mrs. Gregory (Suzzane) Bell of Murrayville; one brother: Ray of Quincy; a sister: Ruby Hobbs of Quincy; 13 grand and 5 g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers and four sisters.

CANTRELL, Ralph L.; b: (not stated); d: 2Jan1984, Quincy, Il.; bu: Samuel Taylor Cemetery, Rockport, Il.; m: Betty Schwandner in May, 1949 at Hannibal, Mo.; fa: William Cantrell; mo: Elizabeth Swunk. A resident of Roodhouse, Il.; formerly of the Payson and Fall Creek, Il. area; was 53 years of age time at death. Survived by his wife; his father of Mendon; and the following children: Ed of New Berlin, Loren of Jacksonville, Nick of Jenks, Okla., Roger of Tulsa, Okla., Terry of Broken Arrow, Okla., Betty Predmore of Taylor, Mo., Karen Gallagher of Quincy, and Penny Ormond of Liberty; the following brothers and sisters: Junior, Bud, Raymond, Donald, Gerry, Ethel Meyer, Ruby Welte, Isabelle Kroop and Delores Ros; and 18 grandchildren.

CANTRELL, Valery Marie; b: 30Sep1976, Moline, Il.; d: 13Apr1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: (not stated); mo: Donna (Cantrell) Miles. A resident of Jacksonville. Survived by her mother; her step-father: Kenneth Edwin Miles; three brothers: Kenneth, Anthony and Dustin, all of Jacksonville; maternal grandparents: Ruth and Lionel Cantrell of Moline; and a step-grandmother: Genevieve Miles of Chicago.

CANULL, Howard C.; b: 15Dec1910, Beecher City, Il.; d: 22Aug1995, Springfield, IL.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Marie Lynch on 16Feb1932 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Clyde Canull; mo: Harriet Howard. A resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Edward (wife, Jane) Canull of Weatherford, Tex.; two daughters: Mrs. Kenneth (Shirley) Skinner of Ashland and Mrs. Robert (Linda) Cline of Decatur; six grand and eight g-grandchildren; a brother: Carl Canull of Bement; four sisters: Juanita Dahms of Decatur, Phyllis Brown of Shawnee Mission, Kansas, Norma Peterson of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Marcella Arnold of Hillsboro; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a grandson; and a brother: Francis Canull.

CANUTO, Ernest J.; b: 6Jan1910 Benld, Il.; d: 4Oct1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Blanche Daniel on 20Mar1949 in Jacksonville; fa: Emilio Canuto; mo: Theresa Viano. Survived by his wife; a son: Phil Canuto of San Francisco; a brother: James Canuto of Springfield; a sister: Mrs. Peter (Elizabeth) Fenolio of Tovey.

CAPELLO, Pauline Louise (Godfrey); b: 24Sep1916, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 21Oct1989, Torrance, Calif. (Memorial Hospital); bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Joseph Capello (date and place not stated); fa: John Godfrey; mo: Louise Schildman. A resident of Hermosa Beach, Calif. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Jacquline Nelson of Blue Springs, Mo. and Christine Jones of Lomita, Calif.; five grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; two brothers: Richard Godfrey of South Jacksonville and Roscoe Godfrey of Jacksonville; and a sister: Virginia Fields of Blue Springs, Mo.

CAPEROON, Margaret Emma (Miller); b: 9Jul1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 11Dec1979, Springfield, Il. (St. John's Hospital); bu: (cremated) New Jersey; m: Roscoe H. Caperoon in 1944 (place not stated); fa: J. Marshall Miller; mo: Edith Catherine Johnston. Husband preceded in death in 1975. Survived by two sisters and a brother: Mrs. Ralph (Marian) Newell of Ashland, Mrs. Irene DuQuoin of Marseilles, Il., and Bill J. Miller of Portland, Ore. Preceded by one sister.

CAPPER, Robert; b: 27Jan1888 (place not stated); d: 16Apr1982, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Annette Dietsch (date and place not stated); fa: Robert Lee Capper; mo: Zelia (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death. WWI vet. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Richard (Lillian) Cate of Camp Point; three sons: Paul of San Jose, Calif., Charles of Atascadero, Calif., and Gayle of South Gate, Calif.; eight grandchildren and one g-grandchild. Preceded by a sister.

CAPPS, Bessie (Luberknecht); b: 12Feb1886, Genesco, Il.; d: 13Mar1976, Macon, Il. (O.E.S. Home); bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Oliver Capps (date and place not stated); fa: George Luberknecht; mo: Anna Krebs. Husband preceded in death in 1947. Survived by only nieces and nephews.

CAPPS, Beulah (McMurphy); b: 28Dec1898, Springfield, Il.; d: 25Sep1992, New Hartford, N.Y.; bu: Forest Hill Cemetery, New Hartford, N.Y.; m: James Gallaher Capps, jr. on 6Oct1920 (place not stated); fa: Nelson McMurphy; ;mo: Anetta Gararetson. Husband preceded in death. Survived by a son: Robert Gallaher Capps of Rochester; five grand and six g-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. T. N. (Marjorie) Hagel of Atlanta, Ga.; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by a son: Dr. James Nelson Capps; a granddaukghter: Chris Rosholt Eddy; and a sister: Pauline DeBolt.

CAPPS, Elizabeth Stryker; b: 11Apr1912, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 18May1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; fa: William Thomas Capps; mo: Louise Stryker. Survived by one brother: H. McClure Capps of Los Angeles, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: William T. Capps, Jr. {Great-granddaughter of Joseph Capps, founder of the J. Capps & Sons clothing company.}

CAPPS, Erin Michelle; b: 13Nov1989, Springfield, Il.; d: 13Nov1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; fa: Jeff Capps; mo: Kathy Constable. Survived by her parents of Chatham; a brother: Patrick; grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Richard Oitker and Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Constable, all of Barry; great-great-grandmother: Edna Constable of Pittsfield; and several aunts and uncles.

CAPPS, Glenn R.; b: 21Mar1940, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 28Feb1996, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Joanne Triplett on 9Aug1963 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Merle Capps; mo: Margarite Belford. Survived by his wife; his mother of Pittsfield; one daughter: Susan Durbin of Pittsfield; three sons: Michael of Baylis, Steven and Gary of Pittsfield; three grandchildren; two brothers: Robert Capps of Pittsfield and Harold Capps of Monroe, N.C.; three sisters: Mrs. Wendell (Donna) Hall of Pittsfield, Mrs. William (Lela) Morris of Canton and Mrs. William (Pat) Marksbury of Moline; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

CAPPS, Ivah M. (Zumwalt); b: 1Sep1890, near Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 11Apr1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: James E. Capps on 11Nov1907, Nebo, Il.; fa: Park Zumwalt; mo: Demarius Galloway. Husband preceded in death 1Jan1968. A resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by a son: Maurice Capps of Pleasant Hill; nine grand, 20 g-grand, and two g-g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Daisy Guthrie of Carlinville and Mrs. Eva Ottwell of Wood River. Preceded by two sons: five Brothers and two sisters.

CAPPS, James Gallaher, Jr.; b: (date not stated), Jacksonville, Il.; d: 30Nov1976, Utica, N.Y.; bu: Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, N.Y.; m: Beulah McMurphy in 1920 (place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Was 78 years of age at death. WWI & WWII vet. Survived by his wife and two sons: Dr. James Nelson Capps of Syracuse and Robert Gallagher Capps of Rochester, N.Y.

CAPPS, Dr. James Nelson; b: (not stated); d: 25Aug1979, New York; bu: NewYork; m: Kip Shehadi (date and place not stated); fa: (not stated); mo: Beulah (surname not stated). A resident of Fayetteville, N.Y.; was 57 years of age at death. Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; his mother: Beulah Capps McMurphy; daughters: Chaan Capps and Kristin Eddy of Shreveport, La.; sons: James Nelson Capps, Jr. of Mississippi and William McClure Capps of Boston; three grandchildren; and one brother: Robert G. Capps of Rochester, N.Y.

CAPPS, John Arvil; b: 4Oct1900, Burkesville, Ky.; d: 12Jul1991, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; m: Cordie King on 25Aug1925 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Mosie B. Capps; mo: Martelia Riley. A former resident of Jacksonville. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Gene (Betty) Crowder of Roodhouse and Mrs. James (Helen) Ridings of White Hall; five grand and ten g-grandchildren; and one sister: Cora Ballard of Manchester. Preceded by four sisters: Emly, Zelma, Zeda and Inis; and one grandson.

CAPPS, Juanita (White); b: 25Feb1928, Hannibal, Mo.: d: 27Jul1985, Davenport, Iowa; bu: Burbridge Cemetery, south of Pittsfield, Il.; m: Harold M. Capps in March, 1963 at Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Arthur White; mo: Lillie Vedenhoupt. A resident of Davenport; formerly of Hannibal, Mo. Survived by her husband; one son: Robert McDowell of Riverside, Calif.; one daughter: Mrs. Linda Haluk of Calgary, Canada; six grandchildren; three brothers: Dorbie White of Hannibal, Mo., Orbin White of Davenport, Iowa, and Robert White of New London, Mo.; and three sisters: Mrs. Viola Huffman, Mrs. Lucille Doran and Mrs. Agnes Reddick, all of Hannibal, Mo. Preceded by one brother: Francis White.

CAPPS, Lyndle G. "Pete"; b: 2Nov1912, Martinsburg, Pike Co., Il.; d: 4Jan1987, Hopedale, Il.; bu: Burbridge Cemetery, south of Pittsfield, Il.; m: Mildred Robinson on 14Jan1933 (place not stated); fa: Custer Capps; mo: Madge McClintock. Wife preceded in death 31May1971. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by four daughters: Carolyn Capps of Pittsfield, Mrs. Gary (Betty) Shannahan of Mt. Zion, Mrs. Robert (Chris) Smith of Pittsfield and Mrs. Mike (Beverly) Dimmitt of Bettendorf, Iowa; one brother: Junior Capps of Pittsfield; four sisters: Mrs. Maude Shonhart of Pittsfield, Mrs. Frances LaDow and Mrs. Wilma Lyons, both of Collinsville, and Mrs. Lela Miller of Pacific Groves, Calif.; and seven grandchildren. Preceded by a brother: Merle.

CAPPS, Merle; b: 5Jun1907, Martinsburg, Pike Co., Il.; d: 15Jul1986, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Marguerite Belford on 18Mar1927 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Custer Capps; mo: Madge McClintock. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Wendell (Donna) Hall of Pittsfield, Mrs. Bill (Lela) Morris of South Jacksonville, and Mrs. William (Pat) Marksbury of Moline; three sons: Harold Capps of Princeton, Glenn and Robert Capps, both of Pittsfield; 13 grand and 14 g-grandchildren; two brothers: Harold Capps and Lyndle Capps, both of Pittsfield; four sisters: Mrs. Mauk de Shonhart of Pittsfield, Mrs. Frances LaDow, Mrs. Wilma Lyons, both of Collinsville, and Mrs. Lela Miller of Pacific Grove, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two grandchildren.

CAPPS, McKinley Newton; b: 9Nov1903, Pike Co., Il.; d: 6Jul1989, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Edna Hoaglin on 23Oct1926 in Pleasant Hill, Il.; fa: Arthur F. Capps; mo: Rosa Clark. Wife preceded in death. Survived by one son: Arthur F. of Winchester; three grandchildren: Bob Capps and Debbie Watkins, both of Winchester and Chris Landon of Fountain Valley, Calif.; seven g-grandchildren; and one sister: Helen Swisher of Pekin. Preceded by one grandson; one brother: Chester; and one sister: Leona Baughman.

CAPPS, Myotta (Guthrie); b: 7May1915, Pike Co., Il.; d: 29Aug1979, Pleasant Hill, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Everett "Bill" Capps in February, 1932 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: John Guthrie; mo: Clemma Martin. Husband preceded in death in May, 1965. Survived by these children: Bobbie of Pleasant Hill, James of Murrayville, Mrs. Ronald (Joann) Harpole of Jacksonville, Mrs. Victor (Judy) Kremer of Mt. Sterling; eight grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: Donald Guthrie of Nebo, Truman, Violet Springer, Beulah Gray and Delphine Hillman, all of Pleasant Hill, Blanche Howdeshell of Hamburg, Trula Harvey of Joliet and Iretta Elkins of Hammond, Ind.

CAPPS, Nora Myrtle (King); b: 8Apr1896, Burkesville, Ky.; d: 9Dec1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; m: Cordell Capps on 6Mar1919 in Burkesville, Ky.; fa: Thomas King; mo: Belle Guthrie. Husband preceded in death 21Oct1958. A resident of Illiopolis, Il.; formerly of White Hall, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Ralph (Ruth) Helenthal of Springfield; four grand and four g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Cordie Capps of Murrayville and Mrs. Opal Edwards of Richardson, Texas. Preceded by a brother.

CAPPS, Raymond; b: 8Apr1899, Atlas, Pike Co., Il.; d: 17Mar1986, Quincy, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Lula Mary Gosnell on 29Oct1921 in Pittsfield, Il.; f: Grant Capps; mo: May Moore. Wife preceded in death 9Feb1980. A resident of New Salem, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. George (Dorothy) Garner of New Salem; one granddaughter: Mrs. Steve (Wyvetta) Davis of New Salem; one g-grandson: Nathan Davis, at home; and one brother: Rufus Capps of Rockport. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CAPPS, Dr. Richard B.; b: (not stated); b: 25Dec1976, Chicago, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Mary G. (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: Joseph A. Capps; mo: (not stated). Resident of Chicago, Il. Survived by his widow: Mary G.; and a son: Richard, Jr. (Dr. Capps was the grandson of Stephen R. Capps and the son of Dr. Joseph A. Capps, both of whom were born and raised in Jacksonville, Il.)

CAPPS, Rufus; b: 21Jul1903, Atlas, Il.; d: 27Dec1995, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Samuel Taylor Cemetery, Rockport, Il.; m: Lena Margaret Tobias on 12Oct1938 in Pike Co., Il.; fa: Grant Capps; mo: Stella Mae Moore. A resident of New Hartford, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Granville Capps of rural Rockport and Donnie Capps of Longmont, Colo.; four granddaughters and nine g-grandchildren. Preceded by two infant sons; and an infant daughter; four brothers: Lloyd, Virgil, Raymond and Truman; and two sisters: Nadine and infant Stella.

CAPPS, Ruth E. (Lynch); b: 3Jul1897, Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 3Aug1989, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Ben R. Capps on 23Jun1946 (place not stated); fa: George David Lynch; mo: Elizabeth Ann Guthrie. Husband preceded in death 18Jul1951. Survived by two sisters-in-law: Elsie Capps and Dolly M. Lynch, both of Pittsfield; a foster son: Lawrence Lane of Pittsfield; two step-brothers: Bill Capps of Alton and Carl Capps of Kampsville; three step-sisters: Cuma Lane and Lena McElfresh, both of Pittsfield, and Kathleen Kindle of Tuscola; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers: Fred, Everett and Lester Lynch; and two step-brothers: Russell and Owen Capps.

CAPPS, Truman; b: 10Oct1901, Pike Co., Il.; d: 28Aug1977, White Hall, Il.; bu: Summer Hill, Il.; fa: Grant Capps; mo: May Moore. A former resident of Rockport, Il. Survived by two brothers: Rufus and Raymond Capps, both of Rockport.

CAPPS, William T.; b: 12Feb1908, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 26Sep1981, Dallas, Texas; bu: (not stated); m: Mary Jane Hatcher (date and place not stated); fa: William T. Capps; mo: Louise Stryker. Survived by his wife; two sons: John Hatcher Capps and William T. Capps III; seven grand and two g-grandchildren; a brother: H. McClure Capps of Los Angeles, Calif.; and a sister: Elizabeth Capps of Jacksonville.

CAPUTO, Robert J.; b: 16Dec1922, Utica, N.Y.; d: 7May1986, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Darlene Owen on 25Nov1943 in Washington, D.C.; fa: Joseph Caputo; mo: Amelia Verno. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Utica, N.Y.; three sons: Odell of Montevallo, Ala.; Robert and Michael, both of Rushville; two daughters: Linda Fulton of Alabaster, Ala., and Shelia Knight of Rushville; eight grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; two brothers: Carman of Utica, N.Y., and Romeo of Dell City, Okla. Preceded by his father and one sister.

CARBAUGH, Melvina Amanda (Bagent); b: 19Feb1909, New Salem, Il.; d: 10Mar1990, Rushville Il.; bu: Gray Cemetery, New Salem, Il.; m: Orville Carbaugh in 1959 at Las Vegas, Nev.; fa: John Reed Bagnet; mo: Effie Rose Reeves. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a brother: Earl Bagent of Pittsfield; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her husband; four sisters; and two brothers.

CARBERRY, Mary Virginia (Henry); b: 29Mar1914, Pike Co., Il.; d: 19Oct1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Summer Hill, Il.; m: Thomas Carberry (date and place not stated); fa: Malcolm Henry; mo: Lora Burbridge. Husband preceded in death. Survived by one sister: Mrs. Connie Reynolds of Rockford, Minn. {Member: Nancy Ross Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution}

CARDER, Grace Mae (Maddox); b: 30Dec1914, Kinderhook, Il.; d: 24Jul1991, Hannibal, Mo.; bu: Kinderhook, Il.; m: Herbert Carder on 21Mar1933 in Barry, Il.; fa: Oron Maddox; mo: Effie Kinder. Husband preceded in death 19Dec1973. A resident of Kinderhook, Il. Survived by three sons: Gaylord D. Carder of Summerville, S.C., Phillip Lee Carder of Glendale, Ariz.; and Ronald H. Carder of Rockport; two daughters: Donetta M. Gott of Kinderhook and Margaret Ann Gaus of Ewing, Mo.; 11 grand and 16 g-grandchildren; and on brother: Charles Maddox of Kinderhook. Preceded by her parents; one sister; and two brothers.

CARDWELL, Clara G. (McGinnis); b: 10Oct1909, Pearl, Il.; d: 30Jun1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Roy Gilbert Cardwell on 25Nov1933 (place not stated); fa: Felix A. McGinnis; mo: Nancy Johnson. Husband preceded in death 3Dec1969. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by two grandchildren; five g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter: Mary Constance Basham on 31Aug1965; three sisters: Elsie Cameron, Mina Leary and Verna Hulette; ad four brothers: Edgar, Frank, George and Virgil McGinnis.

CARDWELL, Derek Leon; b: 12Jul1984, Jerseyville, Il; d: 12Jul1984, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; fa: Samuel Cardwell; mo: Dixie Harp Woods. Survived by his parents; a brother: Dustin Woods; grandparents: Merle and Delores Harp and Delbert and Betty Cardwell, all of Roodhouse; ad g-grandparents: Irma Harp and Harold and Helen Million, all of Roodhouse, and Ruby Cardwell of Drake.

CARDWELL, Earl; b: 1Jun1890, Greene Co., Il.; d: 7Oct1976, Jacksonville, Il.; d: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Elsie Powers on 30Jul1914 (place not stated); fa: Steven Cardwell; mo: Martha Belle Jones. A resident of Manchester, Il. Survived by his wife; one sister: Jessie Hawkins of Manchester. Preceded by one child, one brother and one sister.

CARDWELL, Elsie (Powers); b: 26Jan1893, Greene Co., Il.; d: 25Jul1985, White Hall, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Carl Cardwell in 1915 at Manchester, Il.; fa: Albert Powers; mo: Mary Spiker. Husband preceded in death 7Oct1976. Resident of Manchester, Il. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one son, six brothers and one sister.

CARDWELL, Ethel C. (Deen); b: 17Mar1905, Winchester, Il.; d: 31Jan1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Howard L. Cardwell on 4Aug1927 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Joseph Deen; mo: Anna Belle Coumbes. Husband preceded in death 1Aug1959. A resident of Murrayville, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Wayne (Helen) Brogdon of Murrayville and Mrs. David (Shirley) Million of Murrayville; one step-daughter: Mrs. Charles (Maurine) Smock of Winchester; five grand, six step-grand, four g-grand and seven step-great-grand and five step-great-great-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Joseph (Mildred) Garner of Greenfield and Mrs. Harold (Ruby) Orton of Jacksonville. Preceded by one daughter: Lucille; two sisters: Gertie Bell and Jessie Kelly; three brothers: Harry, Thomas and Carl Deen; and one step-great-grandchild.

CARDY, Edna Fern (Lipcamon); b: 9Mar1898, Perry, Il.; d: 18Nov1982, Beardstown, Il.; bu: McCord Cemetery, Perry, Il.; m: 1) Otis Hatfield in 1925; and 2) Rev. Gray Jones Cardy in 1940 (places not stated); fa: Fred Lipcamon; mo: Anna Katherine Hoos. 2nd husband preceded in death 2Jun1946. Survived by a son: Weldon Hatfield of Jacksonville; a step-daughter: Maxine Cardy Colbert of Kewanee; a step-son: Gray Cardy of Canton, Ohio; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by four sisters and two brothers.

CAREY, Joseph C.; b: 6Jan1935, Rushville, Il.; d: 5Aug1979, St. Petersburg, Fla.; bu: Rushville, Il; m: Dianne Goodman (date and place not stated); fa: Dr. Charles K. Carey; mo: Geneva Strong. Survived by his wife; his mother of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two sons: Charles and Michael; and a step-daughter: Ashley VanEtten, all of St. Petersburg, Fla. Preceded by his father.

CAREY, Juanita (McGlasson); b: 9Jul1927, Scott Co., Il.; d: 3Jan1979, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Paul Carey on 30Nov1947 (place not stated); fa: Millard McGlasson; mo: Lola Brown. A resident of Jerseyville; formerly of Winchester. Survived by her husband; her mother of Winchester; and two daughters: Mrs. Steve (Barbara) Allen of Pittsfield and Mrs. Richard (Mary Beth) Brown of Jerseyville; one grandchild: Jamie Elizabeth Brown; a brother and a sister: Everette Lee McGlasson of Winchester and Mrs. Kenneth (Sherry) Walker of New Liberty. Preceded by her father in October, 1978.

Carey, Maudie May (White); b: 10Nov1903, Marrowbone, Ky.; d: 13Dec1993, rural Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Ollie Reid Carey on 28Jan1921 in Tennessee; fa: Anderson Samuel White; mo: Ruth Jane Ballard. Husband preceded in death 1Aug1968. A resident of rural Beardstown, Il. Survived by three son: John and Mel of Rushville and Jim of rural Beardstown; four daughters: Mrs. Robert (Alma Ruth) Allison of Springfield, Mrs. David (Mary) Peterson of Avon and Mrs. Robert (Iva) Brown and Mrs. Roger (Pat) Wellenkamp, both of Beardstown; 17 grand and 25 g-grandchildren; one g-g-granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers and four sisters.

CAREY, Paul Curtis; b: 1Feb1915, Scott Co., Il.; d: 1Jan1985, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Juanita McGlasson in 1947 at Winchester, Il.; fa: Paul Carey; mo: Abigail Quinn. Wife preceded in death 3Jan1979. A resident of Jerseyville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by two daughters: Barbara Swigart of Arrowsmith and Mary Calvent of Jerseyville; four grand, two step-grandchildren; two brothers: Russell Carey and Henry Carey, both of Springfield; and three sisters: Kathryn Shanklin of Macomb, Letha Flynn of Silvis and Lois Tash of Cleveland, Ohio.

CAREY, Rosa B. (Grady); b: 7Jan1880, Versailles, Il.; d: 16Dec1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Chapin, Il.; m: Albert Carey on 23Jul1914 (place not stated); fa: John Grady; mo: Ann Newell. Husband preceded in death in March, 1939. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Ruth Dykens of Battle Creek, Mich.; these grandchildren: Cheryl Winegar of England and Mark and Joan Dykens of Battle Creek, Mich.; two g-grandchildren; and a sister: Marie Sherman of Kalamazoo, Mich.

CARIGNAN, J. E. "Jack"; b: 14Jan1919, Bismark, N.D.; d: 30Jul1996, Houston, Tex.; bu: Houston, Tex.; m: Marjorie Cornett on 9Sep1944 in Kingman, Arizona; fa: John Maglorie Carignan; mo: Hermina Willmette Witzleben. A resident of Houston, Texas; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Beverly Crews, Vicky Dillion and Joanne Carignan; two sons: Mike Carignan and John Carignan; five grandchildren; one sister: Mary Jane Carignan; and two brothers: Al and Ted Carignan.

CARL, James L.; b: 26Oct1907, Sparta, Greece; d: 21May1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mary Alice Casey on 5Jun1939 in Alexander, Il.; fa: John Skarlatos; mo: Jenny (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; two children: Mr.s Francis (Karolyn) Robson of Jacksonville and James Carl of Cambria; two sisters: Martha Bebetsos of Chicago and Zacarukla Karra of Athens, Greece; a brother: Tasos Skarlatos of Athens, Greece; seven grand and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by several brothers and sisters.

CARL, John H.; b: 14Jun1897, Germany; d: 6Dec1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler Military Cemetery, east of Springfield, Il.; m: Rebecca Wingler (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Preceded in death by his wife. WWI & WWII vet. Survived by these children: Shirley Hearold, John H. Carl, Jr., James B. Carl and Richard Carl, all of Jacksonville, and William Carl of Carol Stream, Il.; and a number of grandchildren.

CARL, John H. Jr.; b: 3Apr1939, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 2Dec1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Delores Stewart on 6Dec1959 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: John H. Carl, Sr.; mo: Rebecca Wingler. A resident of Jacksonville. Survived by his wife; one son: Henry of Jacksonville; one daughter: Mrs. Walter (Sue) Wease of Jacksonville; four grandchildren; two brothers: William of Chicago and James B. of Jacksonville; and one sister: Shirley Hearold of Jacksonville.

CARL, John L, Jr.; b: 1Sep1921, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 19Sep1987, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Maurine Logsdon on 30Jan1946 (place not stated); fa: John L. Carl, Sr.; d: Florence Anderson. WWII Marine vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: John L. III of White Hall and Brian of Milton; one daughter: Debbie Hymes of Jacksonville; one sister: Josephine Smith of Jacksonville; and five grandchildren. Preceded by one brother.

CARL, John Louis; b: 13Jul1893, Sparta, Greece; d: 1Feb1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery; m: Florence Rheta Anderson on 21Aug1919 (place not stated); fa: Louis Skarlatos; mo: Jennie (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death 26Sep1960. Survived by three sons: Ted and Bill Carl, both of Jacksonville, John Carl of Beardstown; two daughters: Mrs. H. Dean (Josephine) Smith of Jacksonville and Mrs. Allen (Mary) Smith, Jr. of New Berlin; 12 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandson; two brothers: Anastasios Skarlatos of Chicago, James L. Carl of Jacksonville; and two sisters: Mrs. Martha Bebetos of Chicago and Mrs. Zacarula Karra of Athens, Greece. Preceded by a son: Robert; three grandchildren; and several brothers and sisters.

CARL, Robert Anderson; b: 15Jan1923, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 18Oct1984, Norwalk, California; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Marilyn Hodgin (date and place not stated); fa: John L. Carl; mo: Florence Anderson. Survived by one son: Robert D. Carl of Whittier, Calif.; three daughters: Mrs. Robert (Marla Jo) Frisbee of LaCanada, Calif., and Paula and Linda Carl of Orange, Calif.; four grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Dean (Josephine) Smith of Jacksonville and Mrs. Allen (Mary) Smith, Jr. of New Berlin; and three brothers: William H. and Ted of Jacksonville and John Carl, Jr. of Beardstown.

CARL, Sandra L. (Hare); b: 10Jan1946, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 22Apr1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Youngblood Cemetery, Nortonville, Il.; m: James Carl, Sr. on 26Sep1965 (place not stated); fa: Lloyd Hare; mo: Dortha Caine. Resident of Jacksonville. Survived by her husband; three sons: Kevin and Greg Carl of Jacksonville and James Carl, Jr. of Bolingbrook; two brothers: Mike Hare of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Jack Hare of Murrayville; a sister: Billie Roberts of LaClare, Iowa; and two grandchildren.

CARLANDER, Ruth (Larson); b: 18Jan1892, Ottawa, Kansas; d: 26Jul1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Lester William Carlander on 23Jun1914 (place not stated); fa: Rev. Andrew Larson; mo: Christine Marie Larsdotter. Husband preceded in death in June, 1968. A former resident of Minneapolis, Minn. Survived by these children: Dr. Kenneth Dixon Carlander of Ames, Iowa, Dr. Lester William Carlander, Jr. of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Philip (Beth) Day of Topeka, Kans., and Mrs. Iver (Natalee) Yeager of Jacksonville; 12 grand and four g-grandchildren. She was the last of her immediate family.

CARLILE, Albert E. "Bob"; b: 18Aug1911, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 31May1985, Cody, Wyoming; bu: Frannie, Wyoming; m: (not stated); fa: M. A. "Bert" Carlile; mo: Nellie Eckard. Resident of Cody, Wyoming. Survived by two daughters; a son; four sisters: Hazel Beastall of Galena, Helen Armstrong and Margaret Davis, both of Galesburg, and Vivian Dinwiddie of rural Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother: William.

CARLILE, Jean (McManus); b: 22Jul1885, Selkirk, Scotland; d: 24Feb1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Milton A. Carlile in 1934 (place not stated); fa: John McManus; mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1962. Survived by four step-daughters: Mrs. Vivian Dinwiddie of Arcadia, Mrs. Hazel Beastall of galena, Mrs. Margaret Davis and Mrs. Helen Armstrong, both of Galesburg; a step-son: Albert Carlile of Frannie, Wyo.; a brother: Jim McManus of Deland, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.

CARLING, Lillian (Gray); b: 4Sep1898, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 16Jul1977, Springfield, Il.; bu: Panther Creek Cemetery, near Scottville, Il.; m: John Carling on 1Jul1925 (place not stated); fa: William R. Gray; mo: Marian Dennis. Husband preceded in death 26Mar1965. Resident of rural Modesto, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Marian Daugherty of Springfield and Mrs. Lillian Sonneborn of Waverly; six grand and three g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

CARLISLE, Harold C.; b: 8Jun1932, Indianapolis, Indiana; d: 12May1978, Litchfield, Il.; bu: Jones Cemetery, east of White Hall, Il.; m: Helen Wells on 27Apr1975 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Jesse Carlisle; mo: Jealey Margaret Carroll. A resident of rural Litchfield, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Matthew Scott, at home; three daughters: Melissa Carlisle and Lynette Carlisle, both of Springfield, and Mary Ellen Carlisle of Chicago; one grandchild; one sister: Jesselyn Ficklin of Brownsburg, Ind.; two half-sisters: Louise Jenkins of Indianapolis, Ind. and Pauline Levy of Brooklyn, N.Y.; three brothers: Wayne Carlisle and Joe Carlisle, both of Springfield, and Gerald Carlisle of McKinney, Tex.; and two half-brothers: Leo Stillabower of Denver, Colo. And Robert Sitillabower of Rockville, Ind.

CARLOCK, Arnold A.; b: 16Mar1911, Mason Co., Il.; d: 24Aug1991, Alton, Il.; bu: Snicarte Cemetery, Mason Co., Il.; m: 1) Jessie Marie Blair (date and place not stated); and 2) Iola C. Gerdes in May, 1964 (place not stated); fa: Walter Carlock; mo: Maggie Sarff. A resident of Wood River, Il.; formerly of Mason Co., Il. Survived by his wife; his step-mother: Nellie Carlock of Versailles; two sons: James Carlock of Quincy and Leo Ray Carlock of Bluff Springs; a daughter: Mrs. Gerald (Florence Ann) Gerdes of Laguna Vista, Tex.; five grand and six g-grandchildren; two brothers: Walter Carlock of Dongola and Russell Carlock of Huntingdon, Tenn.; and a sister: Mrs. Bill (Mary) Metz of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by an infant son and one brother.

CARLOCK, Hilda C. (Avery); b: 9Nov1914, Snicarte, Il.; d: 15Dec1976, Peoria, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Raymond L. Carlock on 19Sep1934 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Otis Avery; mo: Della Murphy. A resident of Peoria, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Connie Trunk of Peoria and Mrs. Nancy Stairwalt of San Jose, Calif.; two sons: Larry and David Carlock of Peoria; a sister: Mrs. Nelda Rhoades of Bath; a brother: Lester Avery of Morris; a half-brother: Harold Norris of Richland, Wash.; and 12 grandchildren.

CARLOCK, Ronald Eugene; b: 24Aug1940, Bath, Il.; d: 3Nov1995, Mt. Carmel, Il.; bu: Bath, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Frank Carlock; mo: Ratie Johnson. A resident of Mt. Carmel; formerly of Bath. Vietnam War Army vet. Survived by one daughter: Becky of Mt. Carmel; and one brother: Jerry Carlock of Bath. Preceded by his parents.

CARLOCK, Walter Franklin, Jr.; b: 29Jan1929, Mason Co., Il.; d: 22Aug1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Marilyn Jean Roberts on 20Sep1953 in Versailles, Il.; fa: Walter Franklin Carlock, Sr.; mo: Nellie Maude Caulkins. A resident of Versailles; formerly of Anna. Survived by his wife; his mother of Versailles; three sons: Gregory of Polo, Mark of Springfield and David Carlock of Versailles; a daughter: Lori Robinson of Goreville; a sister: Mary Metz of Mt. Sterling; a brother: Russell "Tuffy" Carlock of Huntington, Tenn.; seven grand and three great-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Carlton Orrill.

CARLS, Alma (Davidsmeier); b: 21Nov1887, near Meredosia, Il.; d: 22Sep1981, Beardstown, Il.; bu: St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, Beardstown, Il.; m: Herman H. Carls on 24Apr1907 near Bluff Springs, Il.; fa: Fred Davidsmeier; mo: Elizabeth Strubbe. Husband preceded in death. A resident of rural Beardstown, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Arthur (Edna) Crumrin of Virginia; a grandson: Don Piper of Beardstown; two great-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Amanda Sweatman and Mrs. Hilda Dour, both of Virginia; and a brother: William Davidsmeier of Springfield. Preceded by a son; three brothers; and three sisters.

CARLS, Arthur R.; b: 12Jun1908, Springfield, Il.; d: 27Jan1994, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Myrtle Hendricker on 24Feb1934 (place not stated); fa: Julius Carls; mo: Eva Hackman. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: David (wife, Althea) Carls of Arenzville and Glen Carls of Phoenix, Arizona; two daughters: Mrs. Joe (Esther) Dodgen of Carrollton, Mo., and Mrs. John (Ruth) Werries of Chapin; seven grand and 11 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers: Bill and Jim; and one sister; Mary.

CARLS, Chester; b: 4Sep1899, Cass Co., Il.; d: 21Dec1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Della Noblitt (date and place not stated); fa: George Carls; mo: Dora Linker. Wife preceded in death in 1976. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by one son: Henry of Decatur; eight grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by one daughter and one sister.

CARLS, Edward L. C.; b: 17Jun1901, Beardstown, Il.; d: 21Sep1988, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Arenzville, Il.; m: Minnie Huppe on 22Aug1923 near Arenzville Il.; fa: Gus A Carls; mo: Ida Brockschmidt. A resident of Arenzville, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Russell (Inez) Anderson of Knoxville, Tenn., and Mrs. Wayne (Janice) Schone of Arenzville; two sons: Milton Carls of rural Arenzville and Dr. Garry Carls of Imperial, Mo.; 17 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Harold (Lydia) Witte of Arenzville; and two brothers: Norman of Beardstown and Oscar of Springfield. Preceded by his parents; two brothers; and a sister.

CARLS, Emma K. (Kaule); b: 28Aug1888, Beardstown, Il.; d: 6Jan1982, Godfrey, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Louis W. Carls on 8Aug1908 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Ernest Otto Kaule; mo: Georgia Quinn. Husband preceded in death 6Apr1957. Survived by a daughter: Georgia L. Rupp of Alton; a granddaughter: Rose Marie Rupp; and a great-granddaughter: Lloret Maussa, both of Madrid, Spain. {Resided in Alton, Il. with her only daughter.}

CARLS, Fred R.; b: 14Mar1903, near Bluff Springs, Il.; d: 1Aug1981, Beardstown, Il.; bu: St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Beardstown, Il.; m: Lorna Korsmeyer on 23Dec1925 in Arenzville, Il.; fa: Gus A. Carls; mo: Ida Brockschmidt. Wife preceded in death 16Nov1980. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. George (Doris) Ring of Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. Lorenz (June) Kleinschmidt of rural Beardstown, and Mrs. Ray (Roberta) Staake of rural Arenzville; a son: Roland Carls of Arenzville; 14 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; four brothers: Edward of Arenzville, Norman of Beardstown, H. Gus of Virginia and Oscar of Springfield; a sister: Mrs. Harold (Lydia) Witte of Arenzville; and numerous nieces and nephews.

CARLS, Glenn; b: 31Mar1923, near Bluff Springs, Il.; d: 7Mar1984, Peoria, Il.; bu: Peoria, Il.; m: Freida Blume (date and place not stated); fa: Elmer Carls; mo: Margaret Loring. A resident of Washington, Il.; formerly of Beardstown, Il. area.) Survived by his wife; three children: Mary Carls of Washington, Roger of Peoria and Marilyn Leathers of East Peoria; his mother of Beardstown; and a brother: Ernest of Buff Springs.

CARLS, H. Gus; b: (not stated); d: 21Mar1986, Orlando, Fla.; bu: (not stated); m: Flavia (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Virginia, Il.; was 81 years of age at death. Survived by his wife of Virginia; two daughters: Virginia Jo "Cookie" Burch of Bloomington, Ind., and Sally Gassert Frederick of Virginia; two sons: Phillip of Silver Springs, Md., and Thomas G. of Seneca, S.C.; nine grandchildren; one sister: Lydia Witte of Arenzville; and two brothers: Norman of Beardstown and Oscar of Springfield.

CARLS, Helen (Knipenberg); b: 18May1913, Beardstown, Il.; d: 31Oct1993, rural Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Norman Carls on 3Sep1934 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Arthur Knippenberg; mo: Luella Jump. A resident of the Arenzville Road, rural Beardstown, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Kenneth (Shirley) Lux and Mrs. Jerry (Mickey) Paul, both of Beardstown; four grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Arthur Knippenberg.

CARLS, Dr. John Norman; b: 22Dec1907, Virginia; d: 2Mar1985, Rockingham, Va.; bu: St. Matthew Cemetery, New Market, Va.; m: Catharine Driver (date and place not stated); fa: John H. Carls; mo: Katherine Bins. A resident of New Market, Va. WWII Naval Reserve vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Catharine Bowen of Vienna, Va.; two granddaughters; and a sister: Mrs. Edward (Glenna) Jones of Bluff Springs. Preceded by a sister: Alma Launer.

CARLS, Margaret M. (Loring); b: 8Jan1899, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 3Feb1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Elmer Carls on 30Jun1920 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: John Loring; mo: Hattie Seward. Husband preceded in death 20Jul1957. A resident of Beardstown. Survived by a son: Ernest G. of Beardstown; five grandchildren: Ernest J. of Springfield, Mrs. John (June) Conner of Beardstown, Mary Carls of Jacksonville, Marilyn Leathers of Pekin and Roger of Peoria Heights; six g-grandchildren; three g-g-grandsons; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by one son: Glenn; two brothers; and four sisters.

CARLS, Myrtle C. (Hendricker); b: 10Jun1909, rural Arenzville, Il.; d: 15Jan1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Arthur Carls on 17Feb1934 in rural Arenzville, Il.; fa: Henry Hendricker; mo: Mathilda Krohe. Husband preceded in death 27Jan1994. A former resident of Beardstown. Survived by two sons: David (wife, Althea) Carls of Arenzville and Glen Carls of Beardstown; two daughters: Mrs. Joe (Esther) Dodgen of Carrollton, Mo., and Mrs. John (Ruth) Werries of Chapin; two brothers: Irvin Hendricker and Harold Hendricker, both of Beardstown; and five sisters: Rosa Edge of Chandlerville, Ada Bennett of Griggsville, Phyllis Crocker of Michigan, Bertha Wankel of Beardstown and Vera Johnson of California; seven grand and 13 g-grandchildren. Preceded by her parents and two brothers: Ralph and Homer.

CARLS, William T.; b: 10Apr1906, Springfield, Il.; d: 30Oct1993, rural Arenzville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Henrietta Krohe on 16Sep1928 in Arenzville, Il.; fa: Julius Carls; mo: Eva Hackman. Survived by his wife; three sons: William T. of Phoenix, Arizona, Ronald L. "Bud" of Beardstown and Kenneth R. Carls of Urbana; five daughters: Mrs. Fred (Alice) Ore of White Heath, Mrs. Merle (Kathryn) Lovekamp of Arenzville, Mrs. Wayne (Joanne) Jacobson of Barrington, Mary Brannan of Arenzville and Mrs. James (Patty) Wydell of Beardstown; 21 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; and one brother: Art Carls of Beardstown. Preceded by one son: James B. Carls; one brother; and one sister.

CARLSON, Amelia Charlotte; b: 3May1894, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 2Dec1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: S. M. Carlson; mo: Emelia Bjorklund. Survived by two sisters: Helen C. McDougall of Jacksonville and Mrs. Paul R. (Edith) Nelson of Elgin; and a brother: Clifford B. Carlson of Lakewood, Colo. Preceded by four sisters and a brother.

CARLSON, Clara L. (Cawood); b: 30Jul1900, Virginia, Il.; d: 7Mar1996, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Carl Elmer Carlson on 13Dec1919 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Stephen Cawood; mo: Flora Collins. Husband preceded in death 1Dec1963. Survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.

CARLSON, Edith Marie (Fox); b: 31Dec1901, Chapin, Il.; d: 25Oct1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Baxter Memorial Gardens, Mountain Home, Ark.; m: David M. Carlson in September, 1949 at Chicago, Il.; fa: Jacob Milton Fox; mo: Mattie J. Lee. Husband preceded in death in 1964. Survived by three nephews.

CARLSON, Laura (Mettenburg); b: 21Apr1961, California; d: 22Aug1985, Londoun Co., Va.; bu: Stonewall Memory Garden, Manassa, Va.; m: Mark Carlson in August, 1983 in Manassa, Va.; fa: Clarence Mettenburg; mo: Mary Heitz. Survived by her parents and her husband.

CARLSON, Mark Alan; b: 28Oct1948, Windom, Minn.; d: 23May1993, Urbana, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Peggy Watkins on 7Apr1991 (place not stated); fa: Roy Carlson; mo: Dorothy (surname not stated). Resident of Urbana, Il. Survived by his wife; his parents of Urbana; one brother: Terry (wife, Carolyn) of Big Indian, N.Y.; two sisters: Jill Flexman of Elgin and Malinda Carlson of Fairfax, California.

CARLSON, Nora P. (Tweddle); b: 28Apr1898, Chicago, Il.; d: 24Jan1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: August C. Carlson (date and place not stated); fa: John Tweddle; mo: Elizabeth Park. Husband preceded in death. Survived by her daughter: Mrs. Nora Turke of Jacksonville, with whom she made her home; two grandsons: Berford "Tab" Turk and John C. Turk, both of this city. Preceded by a daughter and two brothers.

CARLSON, Patricia Gail (Penrod); b: 16Mar1937, Hays, Kansas; d: 6Jan1987, Greenfield, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: David Carlson on 5Jun1959 in Manhattan, Kansas; fa: James C. Penrod; mo: Agnes Stanton. Survived by her husband; he mother: Agnes Hembrough of Greenfield; two daughters: Mrs. Susan Stubblefield of Louisville, Ky., and Betsy Carlson, at home; and two sons: Mark of Chantilly, Va., and James of Belleville. Preceded by her father.

CARLSON, Roy E.; b: 4Jul1905, Murrayville, Il.; d: 2May1994, Lake Wales, Fla.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville Il.; m: Helen L. Schoedsack on 12May1934 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Norman Carlson; mo: Susan (surname not stated). Resident of Lake Wales, Fla. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Joan C. Long of Akron, Ohio and Harriett E. Solo of Dallas, Tex.; a son: James E. Carlson of St. Louis, Mo.; five grand and two g-grandchildren; and a brother: Francis W. Carlson of Peoria.

CARLSON, Ruth (Dillon); b: (date not stated), Peoria, Il.; d: 19Dec1978, Peoria, Il.; bu: Lacon, Il.; m: Frances W. Carlson on 21Dec1935 in Franklin, Il.; fa: James Dillon; mo: Pearl DeKalb. Resident of Washington, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: Hugh E. of Cincinnati, Ohio; one sister: Dorothy Dillon of Peoria; and one grandson.

CARLSON, Virginia M. (Martin); b: 8Jan1900, Madeira; d: 1Nov1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Mt. Emblem Cemetery, Elmhurst, Il.; fa: John Martin; mo: Mary Vasconcellos. Husband preceded in death. Resident of Jacksonville. Survived by two daughters: Miss Vivian Carlson of Chicago and Mrs. William (Bernice) Bristol of Key Biscayne, Fla.; two grandsons; one g-granddaughter; three sisters: Miss Helen and Vivian Martin of Jacksonville, Mabel of Tucson, Ariz.; and a brother: Manuel of Jacksonville; and a half-sister: Mrs. Harold (Mary Jane) Giltner of Overland, Mo. Preceded by three brothers and a sister.

CARLTON, Cecil L. (Dyer); b: 23May1890, Winchester, Il.; d: 20Apr1987, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Ora Lee Carlson on 19Oct1914 in Winchester, Il.; fa: John Dyer; mo: Damaris Coats. Husband preceded in death 7Apr1967. Survived by a son: John D. Carlton of rural Winchester; a granddaughter: Mrs. R. Edward (Patricia) Frost of Winchester; two g-grandchildren: April and Chuck Frost of Winchester; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by two brothers: Dr. Charles Dyer and Dr. Kirt Dyer; and a sister: Nora Dyer.

CARLTON, Fiance Oliver; b: 30Dec1913 (place not stated); d: 2Dec1982, Silvis, Il.; bu: (cremated) Silvis, Il. m: Pauline (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: William Calrton; mo: Julia Patterson. A former resident of Roodhouse, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; four daughters; three sons; and 17 grandchildren; one brother: Ralph Carlton of Chicago; two sisters: Mrs. Lee (Goldie) Wells of Alsey and Mrs. Alvin (Ina) May of Roodhouse; several nieces and nephews in this area. Preceded in death by nine brothers and sisters.

CARLTON, George C.; b: 23Feb1913, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 23Nov1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Virden, Il.; m: Ruth Maple Carlton on 8Jan1938 in Indiana; fa: Jesse Carlton; mo: Margaret Adrain. A resident of Virden, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Rosemary Hunter and Mrs. Donald (Ruth Ann) Cox, both of Springfield; six grand and six g-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and a sister: Mary Agnes Summers of Winchester. Preceded by a brother: Homer.

CARLTON, John Dyer; b: 24Jul1915, Winchester, Il.; d: 24Jan1993, rural Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Verna Lee Souza on 5Jul1942 in Big Spring, Tex.; fa: Ora Lee Carlton; mo: Cecil Dyer. A resident of rural Winchester, Il. WWII Army Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. R. Edward (Patricia) Frost of Winchester; two grandchildren; and one great-step-grandson.

CARLTON, Lena Pearl (Williams); b: 14Dec1899, Pike Co., Il.; d: 4Apr1978, Quincy, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Leslie Carlton on 12Apr1930 (place not stated); fa: Newton Williams; mo: Dora Barnett. Husband preceded in death 30Sep1976. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by two step-daughters: Mrs. Donna Andell of Winchester and Mrs. Dorothy Wenneker of Pittsfield.

CARLTON, Mary E. (Martin); b: 13Aug1902, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 19Nov1985, Springfield, Il.; bu: Poor Cemetery, near Hamburg, Il.; m: Ester Carlton on 26May1920 in Belleview, Il.; fa: Henry Martin; mo: Effie Toll. Husband preceded in death 23Jan1970. A resident of Nebo, Il. Survived by four sons: John of Wood River, Burdett of Pittsfield, Merlin of Barry and Donald of East Alton; three daughters: Mrs. Newell (Darlene) Hendrickson of Nebo, Mrs. Lily Mae Waggoner of Albuquerque, N.M., and Mrs. H. L. (Edna) Johnson of Pleasant Hill; one brother: Ervin Martin of Nebo; seven sisters: Mrs. Minnie Tolbert of Calhoun Care Center in Hardin, Mrs. Dorthy Davis of Nebo, Mrs. Lucille Gant of Meredosia, Mrs. Bertha Harpole of Nebo, Mrs. Annie Perkington of Springfield, Mrs. Henrietta Erickson of Wood River and Mrs. Mildred Root of Bowling Green, Mo.; 18 grand, 29 g-grand, and eight g-g-grandchildren.

CARLTON, Orville; b: (not stated); d: 26Feb1977, Alton, Il.; bu: Godfrey, Il.; m: Helen (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated) A resident of Alton, Il.; formerly of the Roodhouse, Il. area. Survived by his wife; a son: John of Alton; a brother: Eugene of Hartford; and two sisters: Edna Brown of Godfrey and Florence Cade of San Clara, Calif.

CARLTON, Paul; b: (date not stated), Bellview, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 22Sep1979, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Ruby M. Darr in 1923 (place not stated); fa: John Carlton; mo: Alice Lynn. Wife preceded in death in 1966. A resident of Kane; was 81 years of age at death. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. William (Pauline) Witt of East Peoria, and Mrs. Ralph (Marie) Sears of Jerseyville; seven grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother, three half-sisters and two half-brothers.

CARMAN, George; b: 27Jun1898, Fenton, Mo.; d: 30Dec1989, Quincy, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Pearl Coddington on 15Aug1924 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Charles Carman; mo: Martha (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death 20Apr1975. A resident of Quincy; formerly of Roodhouse. WWI vet. Survived by a niece and a nephew: Leona and Edmund Woesteniek of Webster Grove, Mo. Preceded by two brothers: James and William; and four sisters: Gertrude, Carrie, Susan and Adelle.

CARMEAN, Clarence Elmer; b: (not stated); d: 12Jan1982, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Beatrice Elizabeth Newingham; fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Roodhouse; was 71 years of age at death. Wife preceded in death. Survived by one son: Lynn F. of Monroe City, Mo.; and these step-children: Mrs. Elmer Looper of Jerseyville, Shirley Briggs of Jerseyville, Arleen Hutton of Tucson, Ariz., Charles Darringer of Roodhouse, and Raymond Darringer of Manchester; four grand and 10 step-grandchildren. Preceded by two step-daughters; one sister; and one brother.

CARMEAN, Cora (Clark); b: 13Jan1901, near Patterson, Il.; d: 21Nov1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Frank N. Carmean (date and place not stated); fa: Atlas Truman Clark; mo: Laura Etta Lovelace. Husband preceded in death 27Mar1968. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by two sons: Sidney of Lompoc, Calif., and Clark, at home; three grandchildren; a brother: Noble Clark of Morris, Il.; and a sister: Lora Etna Overbey of Portland, Ore. Preceded by a daughter.

CARMEAN, H. Russell; b: 14Nov1906, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 11Nov1979, Alton, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Elinor Turner on 12Jun1958 in Alton, Il.; fa: Harry Carmean; mo: Grace Allen. A resident of Bunker Hill; formerly of Patterson and Roodhouse. Survived by his wife; these children: Mrs. Robert (Louise) Gill of Granada Hills, Calif., Mrs. Arthur (Barbara) Lebor of Plainview and Terry Carmean of Alton; one step-son: John Roe of Grayslake, Il.; 14 grand and two g-grandchildren; these sisters and brothers: Hazel Bess, Elsie Whitworth, Mildred Carmean and Richard Carmean, all of Roodhouse, Virginia Heberling of Jacksonville, Harold Carmean of Alton, Allen Carmean of White Hall and Everett Carmean of Waveland, Indiana.

CARMEAN, Mary Frances (Ervin); b: 15May1931, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 18May1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Everett Carmean on 21Oct1950 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Virgil Ervin; mo: Lois Grimes. A resident of Waveland, Ind.; formerly of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Keith (Kathryn) Ladson of Fischer, Ind., and Mrs. Stephen (Charlotte) Thomas of Waveland, Ind.; two sons: William Carmean of Clinton, Ind., and Brian Carmean of Waveland, Ind.; two grandchildren; one sister: Doris Newberry of Auburn; and four brothers: Virgil, Jr. of Lake Charles, La., Geroge of Roswell, Ga., Richard of Pittsfield and William of Auburn.

CARMEAN, Nora Madeline (McEvers); b: 22Mar1913, Scott Co., Il.; d: 17Mar1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Franklin Glen Carmean on 22Jun1931 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Oscar McEvers; mo: Ella Angelo. Husband preceded in death in August, 1970. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Scott and Greene counties. Survived by five sons: William E. of rural Arenzville, Franklin J. of Jacksonville, George A. of Astoria, Robert L. of rural Bluffs and James O. of Meredosia; 16 grand and eight g-grandchildren; and one sister: Madge Pulling of Jacksonville. Preceded by one son: Donald E. Carmean; four brothers and two sisters.

CARMODY, Adrienne L. (Rosentreter); b: 19Jul1907, Carlinville, Il.; d: 22Aug1994, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Eugene Carmody on 16Jun1925 in Carrolton, Il.; fa: John Rosentreter; mo: Anna Mack. Husband preceded in death 15Aug1982. A resident of Carrollton. Survived by three sons: Robert of Belleville, Richard of St. Ann, Mo., and Dennis Carmody of Carrollton; two daughters: Marjorie Cunningham of Carrollton and Judy Graves of Springfield; 13 grand and 11 g-grandchildren; and one sister: Ann C. Krepel of Connecticut. Preceded by three grandchildren: David Cunningham, Wayne Carmody and Michael Carmody.

CARMODY, Daniel D.; b: 3Aug1895, Greene Co., Il.; d: 15Dec1979, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Mary V. Carmody on 11Dec1923 (place not stated); fa: James Carmody; mo: Mary Cronin. Resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by his wife; these children: Mrs. Lyn (Mary U.) Cox, Mrs. Robert (Denise) Linn and Joe Carmody, all of Carrollton, Mrs. Robert (Phyllis) Schnelten of Alton, Dan of Elgin, and Bill of Des Moines, Iowa; 22 grand and five g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Lucy Becker of Carrollton. Preceded by one sister and two brothers.

CARMODY, Florence A. (Mahoney); b: 2Nov1896, Greene Co., Il.; d: 7Apr1977, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Edward Carmody in April, 1922 (place not stated); fa: John Mahoney; mo: Catherine Carmody. Husband preceded in death in 1959. A resident of rural Carrollton, Il. Survived by these children: Mrs. Richard (Mary Catherine) O'Brien of California, Mrs. Laurence (Patricia) Steckel and Carol Carmody, both of Carrollton, and Miss Lucy Carmody of Springfield; 11 grand and two g-grandchildren; and a sister: Miss Lucy Mahoney of Carrollton.

CARMODY, Harold; b: 22Jul1899, Carrollton, Il.; d: 25Mar1988, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Paula Gehlhausen on 11Apr1928 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Thomas L. Carmody;; mo: Mary L. Vaughn. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Bob (Martha) Garner, Mrs. Hal (Carole) Kesinger and Mrs. Bob (Clara) Brannan, all of Carrollton; a son: Jim of Moro; 13 grand and 8 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Florence and Louise Ostermann, both of Carrollton; and a brother: James J. of Quincy. Preceded by a daughter: Mary Lippert; four sisters; and a brother.

CARMODY, James; b: 31Dec1900, Carrollton, Il.; d: 17Nov1988, Quincy, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; fa: Thomas L. Carmody; mo: Mary L. Vaughn. A resident of Quincy. WWII Army vet. Survived by two sisters: Florence and Louise Ostermann, both of Carrollton; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: David and J. Harold Carmody; and three sisters: Lucille Mackeldon, Mary Steckle and Helen Carmody; and an infant sister.

CARMODY, John Warren; b: 27May1918, Moberly, Mo.; d: 24Nov1996, Granite City, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Helen Mary Wickman on 25Sep1948 (place not stated); fa: Thomas Richard Carmody; mo: Katherine McGurk. A resident of Granite City, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Tom of Granite City, David of Oley and Jim of Belleville; one daughter: Kathy of Florissant; one brother: Thomas J. of Jacksonville; two sisters: Barbara Patricia G'Sell of Florissant, Mo., and Rose Ellen of Lemay, Mo.; and eight grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Robert; and two sisters: Virgie Scott and Mary Ashley.

CARMODY, Katherine H. (Schmitz); b: 9Nov1889, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 18Arp1986, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Thomas H. Carmody in 1922 (place not stated); fa: Rudolph Schmitz; ;mo: Mary Gorepper. Husband preceded in death 1955. Survived by one daughter: Adele Carmody of Carrollton; one son: Thomas F. Carmody of Carrollton; five grand and 10 g-grandchildren.

CARMODY, M. Eugene; b: 25Aug1901, Greene Co., Il.; d: 15Aug1982, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Adrienne Rosentreter on 16Jun1925 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Timothy Carmody; mo: Ann Bagley. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Neil (Marjorie) Cunningham of Carrollton and Mrs. Kenneth (Judy) Graves of Springfield; three sons: Dennis of Carrollton, Robert of Belleville, and Richard of St. Ann, Mo.; 15 grand and five g-grandchildren; two sisters: Margaret Doyle of Florissant, Mo., and Mary Owen of St. Louis; and four brothers: George of Fontenac, Mo., Leonard of Ladue, Mo., Lawrence of Norman, Okla., and Clement of St. Louis. Preceded by two brothers; two sisters; and a grandson.

CARMODY, Mark C.; b: 5Mar1902, Carrollton, Il.; d: 8Mar1976, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Rose Marie Becker on 21Aug1935 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Michael J. Carmody; mo: Nellie Curtin. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Michael M. of East Alton and Patrick E. of Chesterfield, Mo.; two grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Dan (Ursula) Carmody of Carrollton. Preceded by three brothers and a sister.

CARMODY, Mary Ursula (Carmody); b: 26Nov1896, Carrollton, Il.; d: 17Sep1989, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Dan Carmody on 11Dec1923 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Michael Carmody; mo: Nellie Curtin. Husband preceded I death 15Dec1979. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Lynn (Mary) Cox of Carrollton, Mrs. Robert (Phyllis) Schnelten of Alton and Mrs. Robert (Denise) Linn of Carrollton; three sons: Dan Carmody of Elgin, Joe Carmody of Carrollton and Bill Carmody of Des Moines, Ia.; 21 grand and 27 g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers: Vincent, Ralph, Clair and Mark Carmody; and one infant sister.

CARMODY, Mayme (McKeown); b: 7Oct1888, Raymond, Il.; d: 30Jul1976, Springfield, Il.; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Louis Carmody (date and place not stated); fa: Patrick McKeown; mo: Mary Whalen. Husband preceded in death in 1954. Survived by a son: Mike Carmody of Marion, Ohio; three daughters: Miss Mary Carmody and Miss Jeanne Carmody of Springfield, and Mrs. H. J. (Connie) Collins of Virginia, Il.; and eight grandchildren.

CARMODY, Michael Ray; b: (not stated); d: 19May1979, St. Ann, Mo.; bu: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; fa: Richard Carmody; mo: (not stated). A resident of St. Ann, Mo.; was 10 years of age at death. Survived by his parents; a brother: Richard, at home; two sisters: Cara king and Jennifer Carmody, both of San Diego, Calif.; and his grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Carmody, all of Carrollton.

CARMODY, Paula A. (Gehlhausen); b: 17Jun1908, Carrollton, Il.; d: 12Dec1991, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: John Harold Carmody on 11Apr1928 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Paul Gehlhausen; mo: Eva Woods. Husband preceded in death 26Mar1988. Survived by three daughters: Martha Graner, Carole Kessinger and Clara Brannan, all of Carrollton; one son: Jim Carmody of Moro; 13 grand and 13 g-grandchildren. Preceded by on daughter: Mary Lippert.

CARMODY, Rose Marie (Becker); b: 16Nov1897, Berdan, Il.; d: 22Jul1990, Alton, Il.; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Mark Carmody on 21Aug1935 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Louis Becker; mo: Sophia Unger. Husband preceded in death 8Mar1976. A resident of Alton; formerly of Berdan, Il. Survived by two sons: Patrick Carmody of Pearl City, Hawaii and Michael Carmody of East Alton; four grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by six sisters and seven brothers.

CARNAHAN, Archie G.; b: (not stated); d: 20Sep1976, Peoria, Il.; bu: Delevan, Il.; m: Dorothy Gibbs (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Theodosia, Hills, Mo.; formerly of Roodhouse, Il.; was 72 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Sue R. Miller of Durant, Oklahoma; two grandchildren; four sisters; and two brothers.

CARNAHAN, Frances (Smock); b: (date not stated), Roodhouse, Il.; d: 23Nov1983, Belleville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Glen R. Carnahan (date and place not stated); fa: (not stated); mo: Levita "Ted" Brown. Resident of Collinsville, Il.; formerly of Roodhouse, Il. W.A.C, WWII vet. Survived by her husband of Collinsville; and three daughters: Mrs. Ken (Connie) Grogan of Washington, Il., Mrs. Tom (Mary Kay) Ellington of Alton; and Mrs. Jim (Joan) Minton of California; several grand and g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Maxine Blackburn and Mrs. Beatrice Lewis, both of Glasgow; and three brothers: Bob Smock of Jacksonville, Gerald Smock of Roodhouse, and Russell Lloyd Smock of Florida.

CARNAHAN, Glenn Robert; b: 24Aug1908, Kansas City, Mo.; d: 23Sep1991, Collinsville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Ella Frances Smock (date and place not stated); fa: Robert Carnahan; mo: Nellie Bucker. Wife preceded in death 23Nov1983. WWII Navy vet. Survived by five daughters: Catherine Rispoli, Roseabell Carnahan, Connie Grogran, Joy Minton and Kay Ellington; and a sister: Virginia Gillespie.

CARNAHAN, John Louis; b: 10Jan1921, Youngstown, Il.; d: 5Oct1981, Winchester, Il.; bu: Exeter, Il.; m: Juanita Teaney in 1953 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Louis Carnahan; mo: (not stated). Survived by his wife; two step-daughters: Mrs. Clarence (Betty) Pressey of Milton and Mrs. Frank (Helen) Wade of Florence; eight step-grandchildren; 21 step-great-grandchildren; and three step-sisters: Mrs. Marian (Deloras) Clanton and Ella Mae, both of Springfield, and Maxine of Rockford. Preceded by a brother, two sisters and a step-grandchild.

CARNAHAN, Juanita Beulah (Teaney); b: 3Jul1910, Greene Co., Il.; d: 2Mar1987, Milton, Il.; bu: Exeter, Il.; m: 1) Chester Lawson; and 2) John Carnahan (dates and places not stated); fa: Henry Teaney; mo: Ethel Overstreet. Both husbands preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Clarence (Betty) Pressey of Milton and Mrs. Frank (Helen) Wade of Florence; 9 grand, 19 g-grand and 4 g-g-grandchildren; one brother: Vitalis Teaney of Alsey. Preceded by one granddaughter.

CARNER, Emma (Peacock); b: 26Aug1938, Beardstown, Il.; d: 13Mar1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Clyde Carner on 26Aug1962 in Chicago, Il.; fa: Edward Peacock; mo: Lorene Simmons. A resident of Havana, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Laura Ann Thompson of Havana; two granddaughters: Leslie Lynn Thompson and Holly Thompson, both of Havana; three brothers: Charles, Gene and Jerry Peacock, all of Beardstown; three sisters: Elva Lowe, Velma Cook and Doris Belville, all of Beardstown; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. Preceded by her parents; on e daughter: Leslie Ann; two sisters; and one brother.

CARNES, Clara Russell (Flatt); b: 12Mar1882, Eldred, Il.; d: 6Feb1979, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: 1) Dr. Frank Russell; and 2) John Carnes (dates and places not stated); fa: Wilton Flatt; mo: Adeline Bushnell. 1st husband preceded in death in 1933; 2nd died in 1968. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by the wife of a nephew, the late Col. Leon Flatt who was raised by Mrs. Carnes, who resides in Harper Woods, Mich.; and a grand-niece: Mrs. Harry (Karen) Kurrie III of Grosse Point Farms, Michigan. Preceded by a brother.

CARNES, Edward M.; b: 9Aug1917, Griggsville, Il.; d: 15Mar1990, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Lorena Daniels on 27Sep1941 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Jerry Carnes; mo: Ethel Ella Ehrgott. Wife preceded in death 5Aug1988. Survived by three sons: J. B. Carnes and Bob Carnes, both of Griggsville, and Jim Carnes of rural New Canton; four grandchildren: Becky and Julia Carnes, both of Griggsville, and Nancy and Brian Carnes of New Canton; and two sisters: Birdella Wagner, his twin, of Paxton, and Mrs. Russell (Mildred) Hammitt of Jacksonville. Preceded by four brothers: Robert, Harry, George and Charlie.

CARNES, Florence Lucille (Cox); b: 22Sep1912, Hillview, Il.; d: 10Aug1990, Alton, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Paul W. Carnes on 7Nov1952 in Alton, Il.; fa: Joseph Cox; mo: Alta Marie Barrow. Survived by her husband; one step-son: Delbert Carnes of Juneau, Alaska; one half-brother: Lyndell Cox of Wood River; and one half-sister: Lil Havlin of Jacksonville. Preceded by two half-brothers: Joseph and Forrest Cox.

CARNES, George L.; b: 24Nov1911, Griggsville, Il.; d: 6Nov1976, Springfield Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Stella Evans on 19Aug1931 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Jerry Carnes; mo: Ethel Ehrgott. Wife preceded in death 1Aug1976. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by a step-son: Gregg Evans of Griggsville; a step-daughter: Mrs. Gary (Betty) Myrick of Bradenton, Fla.; a brother: Edward M. of Griggsville; a sister: Mrs. Herbert (Birdella) Wagener of Paxton; a half-sister: Mrs. Russell (Mildred) Hammitt of Jacksonville; five grand and two g-grandchildren.

CARNES, Harry B. "Junior"; b: 12Jan1926, Griggsville, Il.; d: 10Oct1995, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Shirley Syrkel on 30Aug1965 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Harry Carnes; mo: Edna Brown. A resident of Griggsville. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Anthony (Judy) Wittler of Pittsfield and Mrs. Rex (Pam) Lothridge of Pittsfield; three grandchildren; one niece; and one nephew.

CARNES, Lorena (Daniels); b: 4Jan1914, Detroit, Il.; d: 5Aug1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Edward M. Carnes on 27Sep1941 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Benjamin Daniels; mo: Edith Lucile Morton. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by her husband at the Pittsfield Nursing Center; three sons: J. B. and Bob, both of Griggsville, and Jim of rural New Canton; four grandchildren; Becky and Julie Carnes of Griggsville and Nancy and Brian Carnes of New Canton; and one sister: Mrs. Helen Indicavitch of New Salem. Preceded by one brother: Kenneth Daniels.

CARNES, Naomi I.; d: 28Apr1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 11Jul1995, Baylis, Il.; bu: Baylis, Il.; fa: Charles Richard Carnes; mo: Viola Myrtle Lawson. (No survivors listed)

CARNES, Stella M. (Brown); b: 20Aug1903, Griggsville, Il.; d: 1Aug1976, Barry, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: George L. Carnes in 1931 at Missouri; fa: Lewis Brown; mo: Elsie Todd. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by her husband; two children: Mrs. Gary (Betty) Myrick of Bradenton, Fla., and Greg Evans of Griggsville; five grandchildren; one g-grandchild; one sister and a brother: Mrs. Herbert Jennings of Timewell and Charles Brown of Griggsville.

CARNEY, Ruth V. (Blade); b: 26Feb1913, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 2Mar1985, Alton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Peter Carney on 7Feb1941 at St. Louis, Mo.; fa: William Blade; mo: Adeline Rauwe. Husband preceded in death 21Jul1977. A resident of Carrollton. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Reginald (Kathleen) Meyer of Carrollton; and one son: Peter B. Carney, Jr. of St. Louis; and three grandchildren.

CARNICLE, Hannah Mildred (Tweedell); b: 30Oct1897, Schuyler Co., IL.; d: 4Apr1982, Rushville, Ill; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: 1) Ben McClellend on 16Nov1916 in Schuyler Co., Il.; and 2) Jerry Carnicle in 1963 at Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Matthew W. Tweedell; mo: Vesta Kirkham. A resident of Mt. Sterling. Both husbands preceded in death; 1st in July, 1957. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Lloyd (Florence) Hale, of Camden; a son: Richard McClellend of Hopedale; a brother: William Tweedell of Rushville; 13 grand and 22 g-grandchildren. Preceded by three daughters; two sons; two sisters; and a brother.

CARPENTER, Carol Ann (Kesinger); b: 13Aug1940, White Hall, Il.; d: 3Sep1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Kenneth Carpenter on 10Jul1959 (place not stated); fa: George R. Kesinger; mo: Vivian Hart. A resident of rural Franklin, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Robert Dale of Murrayville and Michael, at home; a daughter: Betty Sue Six of Franklin; three grandchildren; a brother: Ronald G. Kesinger of Jacksonville; and a sister: Mrs. Larry (Janet) Sellers, also of Jacksonville.

CARPENTER, Dennie; b: 25Jan1912, Brown Co., Il.; d: 12Oct1988, Camp Point, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery; m: Dorothy Bernadine Miller on 25Sep1935 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Oscar Carpenter; mo: Amanda Taylor. A resident of rural Timewell, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Elizabeth Thies of Timewell and Joanne Potts of Tower Hill; eight grand and three g-grandchildren; and a sister: Iva Cassidy. Preceded by two sons: Donald in 1965 and Denis Lozelle in 1974; a brother: Jack; and four sisters: Edith Bush, Bertha Parish, Jesse Jones and Essie Large.

CARPENTER, Dorothy Bernadine (Miller); b: 17Oct1915, Baylis, Il.; d: 10Aug1994, Pana, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, Hersman, Il.; m: Dennie Carpenter on 25Sep1935 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: William Allison Miller; mo: Elizabeth Belle Gleckler. Husband preceded in death 12Oct1988. A resident of Pana; formerly of Brown Co., Il. Survived by one daughter: Joann Potts of Tower Hill; eight grand and four g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sons: Donald and Dennis Lozelle Carpenter; one daughter: Elizabeth Thies; and four brothers; and two sisters.

CARPENTER, Ethel Eugenia (Nunes); b: 30Jul1922, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 30Mar1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Ohio; m: Nathan "Jack" Carpenter (46 years ago); fa: Russell Nunes; mo: Lena Large. Survived by her husband; two sons and daughter-in-laws: Jay and Lori Carpenter and Jeff and Cindy Carpenter of Springfield, Ohio; one step-grandchild; her father of Jacksonville; four sisters: Dolores Eidemiller of New Carlisle, Ohio, Mrs. John (Darlene) Summers of Springfield, Mrs. Larry (Connie) Evans and Mrs. Harry (Kaye) Coop of Jacksonville; one brother: Paul (wife, Pat) Nunes of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her mother in 1988.

CARPENTER, George Emerson "Toad"; b: 21Feb1912, Mason Co., Il.; d: 21Sep1995, Springfield, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Dorothy Cook on 18May1944 in Havana, Il.; fa: Arthur S. Carpenter; mo: Effie Sarff. A resident of Chandlerville. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: John, Steven and Paul Carpenter, all of Jacksonville; one granddaughter; one brother: Paul Carpenter of Janesville, Wisc.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by seven brothers: Virgil, Alger, James, Ray, Corbin, Emery and Linus Carpenter.

CARPENTER, Gregory Albert; b: 21Sep1959, Beardstown, Il.; d: 18Jul1976, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Kenneth Carpenter; mo: Karen Gentry. A resident of his foster parents: Mr. & Mrs. James Mathis on 1019 March St., Beardstown, Il. Survived by his mother: Mrs. Ronald (Karen) McLeod of Philadelphia; his father: Kenneth Carpenter of Richland, Washington; a half-brother: joe McLeod of Philadelphia; his foster parents; his maternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Gentry of Virginia; paternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Rex Carpenter of Woodson; and maternal great-grandmother: Mrs. Cleo Lynn of Virginia.

CARPENTER, Helen M. (Greever); b: (date not stated), Des Moines, Iowa; d: 30Jan1988, Laguna Beach, Calif.; bu: Laguna Beach, Calif.; m: George J. Carpenter (date and place not stated); fa: Fred Greever; mo: Alice (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death. A resident of Laguna Beach; was 89 years of age at death. Survived by three sons: Wineke of Santa Cruz, Calif., George of Andover, Mass., and Robert of New York City; nine grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Alice.

CARPENTER, Jack Taylor; b: 25Jan1899, Brown Co., Il.; d: 3Jan1977, Rushville Il.; bu: Benville Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Oscar Allen Carpenter; mo: Amanda Ellen Taylor. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a brother: Denny of Timewell; and two sisters: Iva Cassidy of Forrest City and Bertha Parish of Mt. Sterling.

CARPENTER, Lyndell Vance; b: 23Apr1919, near Benville, Il.; d: 10Jan1993, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Benville Cemetery; m: Ruby Mae Tandy Fletcher on 6Sep1963 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Frank Carpenter; mo: Sadie Jackson. Wife preceded in death 11Sep1985. Survived by four uncles, including Ray and Glen Bowman of Baylis; three aunts: Cora Jackson, Mae Smith and Ethel Little, all of Mt. Sterling; and several cousins.

CARPENTER, Marilyn "Joyce" (Kriner); b: 15Dec1936, Quincy, Il.; d: 24May1996, Quincy, Il.; bu: Greenmount Cemetery, Quincy, Il.; m: James W. Carpenter on 8Aug1959 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Gilbert H. Kriner; mo: Bertha Grace Bourne. Survived by her husband; one son: Mark D. Carpenter of Quincy; one daughter: Mrs. Mark (Marcia) O'Dear of Warrenton, Mo.; two grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. John (Phyllis) Mullen of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CARPENTER, Mary Hannah (Casper); b: 2Jan1904, Iroquois Co., Il.; d: 4Aug1993, Decatur, Il.; bu: Maple Grove Cemetery, Milford, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: John G. Casper; mo: Emily M. Kogler. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Warren (Maxine) Watts of Decatur and Mrs. Robert (Joann) Williams of Jacksonville; two sisters: Mrs. Freda Schultz of Columbia, Mo.; five grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Louis Casper; one sister: Tenna Hasselbrine; one grandchild and one g-grandchild.

CARPENTER, Opal Bernice Glidwell; b: 15Oct1906, Sinclair, Il.; d: 24Dec1988, Camp Point, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Roger Glidwell (date and place not stated); fa: Bert Carpenter; mo: Della Williams. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Camp Point; formerly of Virginia, Il. Survived by a brother: Cletus of Moline; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by four brothers.

CARPENTER, Pearl (Tennis); b: 20Jan1911, Meredosia, Il.; d: 22Jul1976, Beardstown, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Russell Carpenter (date and place not stated); fa: John Tennis; mo: Frannie Wackerlee. A resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Kenneth of Peoria and Clifford of Jacksonville; a daughter: Mrs. Carol Thayer of Woodstock; two brothers: James Tennis and Leroy Tennis, both of Peoria; three sisters: Mrs. Dorothy Vandeventer of Meredosia, Mrs. Clara Miller and Mrs. Nellie Spencer, both of Chicago.

CARPENTER, Ray L.; b: 16May1930, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 8Apr1987, Frederick, Il.; bu: Meserer Cemetery, Frederick, Il.; m: Katherine Self on 5May1956 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Elza Carpenter; mo: Anna D. Roberts. Resident of Frederick, Il. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ray Jr. of Frederick and Orville of Quincy; two daughters: Mrs. Joyce Dobbs of Ft. Myers, Fla. and Mrs. Judy Bollinger of Rushville; five grandchildren; four brothers: Gene of Taylorville, Jesse of Longview, Tex., Ed of Bentonville, Ark. And Billy of Quincy; and five sisters: Pearl Carpenter of Fairbury, Rosie Carpenter of Quincy, Mrs. Pat Dobbs of Taylorville, Mrs. Harriet Beatty of Rushville and Margaret Carpenter from Missouri. Preceded by one daughter.

CARPENTER, Reuel E.; b: 7Feb1915, northeastern Morgan Co., Il.; d: 8Feb1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Providence Cemetery; mo: Maxine Wilson on 18Sep1937 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Alvin Carpenter; mo: Edith Gaines. A resident of rural Franklin, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Kenneth (wife, Shirley) Carpenter of Franklin and Eddie (wife, Sandra) Carpenter of Jacksonville; two daughters: Joy Tuggle of Jacksonville and Mrs. Terry (Sarah) Brogdon of Franklin; nine grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Paul Carpenter.

CARPENTER, Ruby Mae (Tandy); b: 8Sep1912, Fandon, Il.; d: 11Sep1985, Rushville, Il.; bu: Family lot, Camp Creek Cemetery, near Colchester, Il.; m: 1) Gene Fletcher in 1930 (place not stated); and 2) Lyndell Carpenter on 6Sep1963 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Edward Tandy; mo: Emma Coon. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: Charles Edward Fletcher of Tampa, Fla.; two brothers: Lawrence Edward Tandy of Pomona, Calif., and Raymond P. Tandy of East Peoria; a sister: Mrs. Otto Catherine Maltby of Mt. Sterling; three grand and three g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents and a daughter: Clarice Mae in 1946.

CARPENTER, Ula; b: (not stated); d: 19Jun1982, Jackson, Michigan; bu: Jackson, Michigan; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Jacksonville. Survived by one daughter: Margaret Scott of Jackson; one sister: Anna Humthery of Jackson; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Henry Jackson.

CARPUNKY, Harold "Tom"; b: 17Mar1910, Jerseyville, Il.; d: 28Jun1983, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Memorial Garden, Eldred, Il.; m: Edna Spears (date and place not stated); fa: William Carpunky; mo: Althea Bennett. Wife preceded in death 8Oct1948. A resident of Carrollton, Il. WWII vet. Survived by three adopted daughters: Vicky Lynn Sharrow, at home, Linda Hall of White Hall, and Donna Harris of Perry; two adopted sons: Terry Hall of Hillview and Tony Hall, at home; two sisters: Louise Cassidy of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.; and Mary Hunter of Jerseyville; and three brothers: Wesley "Bud" Carpunky of Sun City Center, Fla., William Carpunky of Jerseyville, and Stewart Carpunky of Jerseyville. Preceded by a sister.

CARR, Clinton E.; b: 7Mar1901, Morris, Il.; b: 10Jun1987, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m; Elizabeth Palmer on 4May1925 in Joliet, Il.; fa: Edwin G. Carr; mo: Mary Wallin. Wife preceded in death 23May1982. Survived by a son: Edwin Carr of Vermilion, Ohio; a daughter: Mrs. Glenn (Margaret) Amdal of White Hall; four grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by three brothers and two sisters.

CARR, David H.; b: 1Oct1904, Beardstown, Il.; d: 12Mar1981, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Lilly (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: Walter Carr; mo: Jennie Hinshliff. Resident of Beardstown, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife of Parkville, Mo.; two sons: David M. of New Orleans, La., and Charles M. of Parkville, Mo.; three grandchildren; one sister: Mae McNeal of Beardstown; and one brother: Charles Carr of Arroyo Grande, Calif. Preceded by his parents, three brothers and two sisters.

CARR Della (Beckman); b: 21May1886, Fairview, Pa.; d: 15Jun1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Cedar Park Cemetery, Chicago, Il.; m: Charles Carr on 19Jun1912 (place not stated); fa: Charles Beckman; mo: Amelia Schaeffer. Husband preceded in death. A former resident of Jacksonville. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. George (Isabella) McKinley of Jacksonville and Virginia Carr of Chicago; one son: Lewis G. of Naperville; nine grand and 17 g-grandchildren.

CARR, Eldon; b: 31Jan1920, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 12Oct1994, Barry, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Inez Conroy on 7Feb1941 in Winchester, Il.; fa: James Carr; mo: Regena Cheeswright. A resident of Petersburg, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Pittsfield; a son: Reggie Carr of Barry; a brother: Winfred Carr of Jacksonville; three grand and three g-grandchildren.

CARR, Elizabeth "Dottie" (Palmer); b: 26Oct1902 (place not stated); d: 23May1982, White Hall, Il.; m: Clinton "Bill" Carr on 4May1925 in Joliet, Il.; fa: Dr. Frank Palmer; mo: Sarah Magner. Survived by her husband; two children: Mrs. Glenn (Margaret) Amdal of White Hall, and Edwin Carr of Warrenville; four grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother.

CARR, Ethel (Vermillion); b: 5Sep1886, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 15Nov1987, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: William T. Carr in 1904 (place not stated); fa: Frank Vermillion; mo: Julia (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1961. A resident of Kane, Il. Survived by one daughter: Stella Carr Edison of Muncie, Ind.; three grandsons; 10 g-grand and 8 g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons and two grandsons.

CARR, H. Wayne; b: 11Nov1916 (place not stated); d: 17Nov1994, Carbondale, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Carbondale, Il.; m: Polly Hogue (date and place not stated); fa: George Carr; mo: Nola Lovan. A resident of Carbondale. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Jan Smith of Jacksonville and Donna Smith of Lakeland, Fla.; two grandchildren; one g-grandchild; and one brother.

CARR, Inez (Landrum); b: 13Jul1884, Pike Co., Il.; d: 28Aug1977, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Oakwood Cemetery; m: William Carr in 1902 (place not stated); fa: William Landrum; mo: Ella Beard. Husband preceded in death in 1942. Survived by these children: Marion of Kansas City Mo., Earl of Spokane, Wash., Wayne of Oak Forrest and Walter Carr of Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren and a number of g-grandchildren.

CARR, Marion Glen; b: 23May1913, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 3Aug1988, Mesa, Ariz.; bu: Mesa, Ariz.; m: Rosa McDannald in Jacksonville, Il. (date not stated); fa: William Carr; mo: Inez (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Charlotte of Gurnee and Rosemary of La Jolla, Calif.; two sons: Joey of Texas and Bill of Glendale, Ariz.; two brothers: Walter of Jacksonville and Wayne of Oak Forest. Preceded by a brother, Earl.

CARR, Mary George Bernadine (Milner); b: 28Jan1913, near Carrollton, Il.; d: 4Oct1995, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Leo Carr in 1930 (place not stated); fa: George Milner; mo: Mary Pranger. Husband preceded in death in 1969. Survived by one son: Richard Dean Carr of Jerseyville; five grand and nine g-grandchildren; and one sister: Charlotte Wiltshire of Moro. Preceded by one son: Howard Lee Carr; one brother: Ernest Milner; and two sisters: Mildred Watson and Lucille Burch.

CARR, Regena (Cheesewright); b: 20Nov1891, near Pittsfield, Il.; d: 2Nov1996, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: South Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: James Carr (date and place not stated); fa: William Cheesewright; mo: Dora Belle Snider. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by a son: Winfred "Buzz" of Jacksonville; three grand, seven g-grand and four g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Eldon; a grandson, a g-g-grandson, and a brother.

CARR, Rosa Jane (McDaniel); b: 8Sep1918, Chapin, Il.; d: 25Apr1985, Mesa, Arizona; bu: Apache Junction, Arizona; m: Glenn Carr (date and place not stated); fa: John Clavin McDaniel; mo: Orpha Wade. A resident of Mesa, Arizona. (Sang with the "Prairire Pioneers" on WLDS in Jacksonville, Il. for many years.) Survived by her husband; following children: Connie Russell of Grandview, Mo., Joseph Conrad of Sterling Park, Va., Richyard Conrade of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Roena Jean Delany of Jacksonville, William Laud Carr and Rosemary Howell, both of Phoenix, Ariz., and Jerry Homes of Boise, Idaho; several grand and g-grandchildren; and two brothers: Arthur McDaniel and Lawrence McDaniel. Has many relatives living in the area.

CARR, Walter L.: b: 19Nov1915, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 25Jun1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: Betty Hammitt on 23Jun1946 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: William Carr; mo: Inez Lambert. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Patty Carr of Jacksonville and Mrs. Wayne (Peggy) Windsor of Macomb; one son: Michael Carr of Jacksonville; one granddaughter: Susan Windsor of Macomb; a brother: Wayne Carr of Oak Forest; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a daughter: Carol Carr in 1960; and two brothers: Earl and Glen Carr.

CARRELL, Mattie E. (McKinney); b: 17Feb1892, Griggsville, Il.; d: 2Aug1983, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Pleasant Grove Cemetery; m: Roy E. Carrel on 20Nov1910 in Griggsville, Il.; fa: William McKinney; mo: Mary Shinn. Husband preceded in death 31Oct1957. Survived by five daughters: Mrs. Earl A. (Ruth) Smith of Clifton, Colo., Mrs. Clarence (Ann) Middleton and Mrs. Richard E. (Faye) Armstrong, both of Decatur, Mrs. A. L. (June) Chamberlain and Mrs. Robert N. (Addibelle) Smith, both of Griggsville; and one son: Raymond Carrel of Del Rio, Texas; 20 grand, 42 g-grand and five g-g-grandchildren. Preceded in death by one infant son, four brothers, and one infant sister.

CARRIER, Teresa Ann (Evans); b: 30Apr1959, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 10Jun1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Springfield; m: Brian Carrier on 1Jan1982 (place not stated); fa: Bruce Evans; mo: Charlotte McCallister. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Jacksonville. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Amber Warden, at home; one son: Blake Carrier, at home; and one brother: Mark (wife, Jill) Evans of Jacksonville.

CARRIGAN, John T.; b: 4Jan1926, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 4Aug1994, rural Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: John J. Carrigan; mo: Margaret Lahey. WWII Army vet. Survived by one brother: Edward "Hap" Carrigan of Jacksonville; and one sister: Margaret Carrigan of Jacksonville.

CARRIGAN, Margaret (Lahey); b: 7Maar1890, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 9Jan1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; fa: Thomas Lahey; mo: Mary E. McCloud. Husband preceded in death. Survived by these children: Margaret H. Carrigan, at home, John T. and Edward J. Carrigan of Jacksonville; one brother: Leo Lahey of Jacksonville; and a sister: Ann Abshier of Desert Hot Springs, Calif. Preceded by two sisters: Katie Lutkus and Ellen Ryan; and three brothers: Russell, Francis and James Lahey.

CARRIGER, Darwin S.; b: 18Nov1903, Scott Co., Il.; d: 3Nov1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Madaline Blair in 1928 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Henry Carriger; mo: Alta Jewitt. A resident of rural Winchester, Il. Survived by his wife and the following children: Harley of Burlington, W.V., Herschel of Chapin, Harold of Jacksonville; Hal of Sanford, N.C., Henry and Howard, both of Omaha, Neb., Herbert of rural Winchester, Jack of Augusta, Mrs. Wilbur (Helen) Coats of rural Winchester, Mrs. Walter (Sheryl) Brooks of St. Louis, Mo., and Hettie Carriger of St. Louis; 27 grand and several g-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. John (Jane) Wells of Alsey. Preceded by four brothers and one sister.

CARRIGER, Madaline J. (Blair); b: 21May1910, Scott Co., Il.; d: 31Jul1992, Jacksonville, Il..; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: Darwin Carriger in 1928 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: James Harley Blair; mo: Flora Belle Walker. Husband preceded in death 3Nov1984. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Wilbur (Helen) Coats of Winchester and Hettie Carriger and Mrs. Walter (Sheryl) Brooks, both of St. Louis; eight sons: Harley of Burlington, W.V., Herschel of Chapin, Harold of Jacksonville, Hal of Sanford, N.C., Henry and Howard, both of Omaha, Neb., Jack of Augusta and Herbert of Glasgow; 31 grand and 34 g-grandchildren; two brothers: Robert and Howard Blair, both of Erie; and four sisters: Mrs. Albert (Winifred) Suter of Erie, Mrs. Earl (Dorothy) Hawkins of Manchester, Mrs. Al (Lois) Cole of San Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. Billy (Eldora) Grimsley of Wood River. Preceded by two sisters: Mildred Ellison and Pauline Hester; and one brother: Francis E. Blair.

CARRIGER, Ollie M. (Renner); b: 2Maar1901, Winchester, Il.; d: 17Feb1994, Winchester, Il.; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: Arlie Bryan Carriger on 14Aug1929 in Alsey, Il.; fa: J. S. Renner; mo: Mary Jackson. Husband preceded in death 13Sep1953. A resident of Alsey. Survived by a daughter-in-law: Shirley Carriger of Belleville; and four grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Dean Carriger. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family.

CARRIGER, Rosella (Kehl); b: 13Oct1891, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 29Oct1981, Belleville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) Richard J. Sheppard; and 2) Ernest L. Carriger (date and places not stated) Survived by a grandson, Richard Fisher of Jacksonville, and three nieces and six nephews.

CARROLL, Edward J.; b: 13Dec1907, near Barry, Il.; d: 27Apr1988, Peoria, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Helen L. Graybael on 16Jul1937 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: E. J. Carroll; mo: Louise Spencer. Wife preceded in death 3Nov1981. WWII vet. Survived by a son: Edward J. Carroll, Jr. of Rotterdam, the Netherlands; a brother: Gail Carroll of Evanston; a sister: Mrs. Neil Howlin of Des Plaines; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CARROLL, Edward J.; b: 8Nov1943, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 14Feb1984, Ottawa, Il.; bu: St. Columbia Cemetery; m: Mary Delvin in 1965 (place not stated); fa: Martin Carroll; mo: Velma Foster. A resident of Ottawa, Il. Survived by his wife; his mother: Velma Carroll of Jacksonville; two sons: Brett and Douglas, at home; one daughter: Leah, at home; two brothers: Jack of Champaign and Leo of Jacksonville; two sisters: Mary Smith and Mrs. Larry (Martha) Flynn, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by his father and three brothers.

CARROLL, Florence A. (Underhill); b: 31Jan1906, Schuyler Co., IL.; d: 21Nov1995, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Earl Carroll in 1924 (place not stated); fa: Charles Underhill; mo: Effie J. Bond. Husband preceded in death in 1955. A resident of Mt. Sterling; formerly of Rushville. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by seven brothers and sisters, among them being Minnie Knowles and Elva Davis.

CARROLL, Floyd E.; b: 26May1914 (place not stated); d: 13Jan1996, Jacksonville, Il; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: Georgia Hawley on 4Oct1936 (place not stated); fa: Sylvester Carroll; mo: Anna McCarty. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers; and one sister.

CARROLL, George E.; b: 28Mar1896, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 2Jan1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Pete Carroll; mo: Mary Clarey. WWI vet. Survived by three nephews: Jim Buckley of Jacksonville, Bill Carroll of St. Louis and Charles "Bud" Arenz of Janesville, Wisc.; and one niece: Mrs. Mary Mallicoat of Rockford. Preceded by six brothers and four sisters and was the last of his immediate family.

CARROLL, H. Roy; b: 21Sep1898, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 6Mar1984, Annadale, Va. (Sleepy Hollow Nursing Home); bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Elle Eugenia Woodman on 24Nov1923 in Lansing, Michigan; fa & mo: (not stated). Wife preceded in death 4Feb1975. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. John (Joan) MacArthur of Annandale; three grandchildren: John MacArthur III, Steven MacArthur and Jeanne MacArthur; and two sisters: Mrs. Fae Murphy of Jacksonville and Mrs. Dorothy Novak of Berwyn. Preceded by a sister.

CARROLL, John; b: 4Feb1908, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 26May1976, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: James Carroll; mo: Julia K. Laughlin. A resident of Pittsfield. WWII vet. Survived by two sons: John M. of Godfrey and Kendall of Phoenix, Ariz.; and one brother: Francis J. "Barnie" Carroll of Pittsfield.

CARROLL, Lillian L. (Ehrhardt); b: 19Feb1902, Kansas City, Kansas; d: 20Apr1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Patrick Carroll (date and place not stated); fa: Theodore Ehrhardt; mo: Josephine Bingson. Survived by one sister: Mrs. Joe (Dorothy) Urban of Rushville; and several nieces.

CARROLL, Linda Jo (Crawford); b: (date not stated), Jerseyville, Il.; d: 13Feb1990, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville Il.; m: David Carroll on 1Oct1967 (place not stated); fa: Joseph Crawford; mo: Helen (surname not stated). A resident of Jerseyville, Il. Survived by her husband; two children: Damon and Julie, both at home; and one sister: Joann Johnson of Brighton.

CARROLL, Mary Margaret; b: 26Jan1906, Wethersfield, Il.; d: 18May1989, Macomb, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Martin F. Carroll; ;mo: Cynthia Belle Perry. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by two nephews: Donald Smith of Mt. Sterling and Bill Smith of rural Mt. Sterling; a great-niece: Diane; a great-nephew: Steve; four g-g-nephews; and a g-g-niece. Preceded by a brother: Martin Carroll, Jr.; and a sister: Emogene Smith.

CARROLL, Nellie G. Crawford (Holliday); b: 11Jan1894, near Palmyra, Il.; d: 22Jan1981, Virden, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: 1) Walter Crawford in 1916 (place not stated); and 2) Charles Carroll (date and place not stated); fa: Harry Holliday; mo: Sarah Weller. Both husband preceded in death; 1st in 1942. A resident of Palmyra. Survived by two daughters: Wanda Neihaus of Springfield and Ruth Ann Steinmetz of Palmyra; a brother: John Holliday of Palmyra; eight grand and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son, a grandson, two brothers and three sisters.

CARROLL, Rose; b: 28Aug1888, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 25Dec1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; fa: Pete Carroll; mo: Mary Clary. Survived by a brother: George E. Carroll of Jacksonville; three nephews: Jim Buckley of Jacksonville; Bill Carroll of St. Louis, Mo., and Charles "Bud" Arenz of Janesville, Wisc.; a niece: Mrs. Mary Mallicoat of Rockford. Preceded by six brothers: John, William, Pete, Dave, Leo and Lewis Carroll; and three sisters: May, Annie and Molly.

CARROLL, Stella Adkins (Newton); b: 28Jan1910, Louisville, Ky.; d: 10Jun1996, Sherman, Il.; bu: St. Augustine Cemetery, Ashland, Il.; m: 1) John Thomas Adkins on 1Feb1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah; and 2) Glenn Carroll on 22Jul1978in Ashland, Il.; fa: Richard Newton; mo: Patsy Allen Pyle. 1st husband preceded in death 8Nov1970; 2nd on 10Apr1980. A resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by a brother: Richard Gilbert Newton of Louisville, Ky.; many nieces and nephews; and countless loving friends. Preceded by three brothers and four sisters.

CARROLL, Truman Gail "T.G."; b: 6Mar1924, Barry, Il.; d: 22Oct1993, Evanston, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Brigitte Aulig (date and place not stated); fa: Edward James "E.J." Carroll; mo: Louise Spencer. WWII Coast Guard vet. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Patricia (husband, Mike) Ford of Wellsville, Kans., and Cathleen (husband, Dr. Chris) Wallyn of Hutchinson, Minn.; six grandchildren; and one sister: Frieda Howlin. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CARROTHERS, Veda Blanche (Ellis); b: 13Jul1903, Detroit, Il.; d: 13Oct1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Blue River Cemetery, Detroit, Il.; m: Rev. Ray Carrothers on 29Jul1928 in Detroit, Il.; fa: Thomas H. Ellis; mo: Mary A. Yelliott. Husband preceded in death in 1975. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Lowell (Marilyn) McCulley of Jacksonville; one sister: Mary Hawkins of Jacksonville; one brother: Hugh Ellis of Pittsfield; and two grandchildren.

CARSON, Anna Marie (Weimann); b: 21Sep1892, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 28Jul1991, Bradenton, Fla.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Dempsey E. Carson (date and place not stated); fa: Fred Weimann; mo: Verona Brill. Husband preceded in death 3Aug1979. A resident of Bradenton, Fla.; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Edward (Jeanette) Graubner of Bradenton, Fla.; a son: Dempsey E. of Las Vegas, Nev.; six grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by four sisters.

CARSON, Charles T.; b: 4Nov1912, Paris, Il.; d: 2Apr1996, Carlinville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Goldie Price on 16Oct1934 in Mattoon, Il.; fa: John Henry Carson; mo: Gertrude Foulke. Wife preceded in death on 15Jul1988. A resident of White Hall. WWII Army vet. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Ray (Trudy) Cathers of Hillview; and two granddaughters. Preceded by a daughter: Patti Jo Stanger.

CARSON, Goldie A. (Price); b: 8Jun1915, Mattoon, Il.; d: 15Jul1988, Springfield, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Charles T. Carson on 16Oct1934 in Mattoon, Il.; fa: James Edward Price; mo: Lovie Ethel Skaggs. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Ray (Trudy) Cathers of Hillview; one brother: George Price of Troy; two sisters: Lillie Roedel of Ellis Grove and Clara Dill of Cahokia, five grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by one daughter: Patti-Jo Stanger; one brother: Roy Price; and two sisters: Anna Capps and Edna Price.

CARSON, Homer E.; b: (date not stated), Jacksonville Il.; d: 24Jul1976, Fremont, Michigan; bu: Michigan; m: Margaret Ann Rice in 1918 (place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Fremont; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mary Jane Kartes of Fremont; 12 grand and 12 g-grandchildren; and one sister: Mrs. Janet Carson Daily of Peoria.

CARSON, John H., Sr.; b: 8Mar1911, Carrier Mills, Il.; d: 15Apr1988, Frederick, Md.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) Louise McNermott (date and place not stated); and 2) Mary Shannon on 8Jun1940 in Troy, Mo.; fa: Walter S. Carson; mo: Katherine Barter. 1st wife preceded in death in 1939; 2nd in 1986. A resident of 1604 S. East St., Jacksonville, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by three children: Frederick M. Carson of Frederick, Md., Cicily Louise Maton of Chicago, and John H. Carson, Jr. of Elmhurst; two step-children: James Robert Shannon of Jacksonville and Mrs. Floyd (Mary Catherine) Hepworth of Jacksonville; 17 grand and six g-grandchildren.

CARSON, M. Agnes (Keating); b: 8Nov1898, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 22Aug1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: J. Frank Carson on 15Nov1920 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Timothy Keating; mo: Ellen Hegarty. Husband preceded in death 24Dec1963. Survived by two daughters: Mary Ellen Carson of Jacksonville and Mrs. James R. (Agnes Ann) Newport of Brandon, Fla.; four grandchildren: Richard, Anthony, Cynthia and Karen Newport. Preceded by two sisters.

CARSON, Mary Gertrude (Foulke); b: 18Aug1889, Carlock, Il.; d: 16May1979, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Neoga, Il.; m: John H. Carson in October, 1908 at Neoga, Il.; fa: John W. Foulke; mo: Adella Spencer. Husband preceded in death in 1952. A resident of Hillview, Il.; formerly of Neoga, Il. Survived by her son: John H. Carson of Hillview; two grand and five g-grandchildren; and one sister: Grace Simpson of Decatur. Preceded by five brothers and two sisters.

CARSON, Mary R. (Coleman); b: 5Nov1906, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 17Nov1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: l) Eugene Shannon (date and place not stated); and 2) John H. Carson, Sr. on 8Jun1940 in Troy, Mo.; fa: Michael Coleman; mo: Kathryn Lockhart. Survived by her husband; two children: James Robert Shannon of Jacksonville and Mrs. Floyd (Mary Catherine) Hepworth of Jacksonville; three step-children: Frederick M. Carson of Fredrick, Md., Cicily Maton Lee of Chicago and John H. Carson, Jr. of Elmhurst; 17 grand and 12 g-grandchildren; three brothers: Leo Coleman of Jacksonville, Charles Coleman of Colts Neck, N.J., and Robert Coleman of Springfield; four sisters: Cecelia Doyle of Jacksonville, Mildred Beckman of Fond Du Lac, Wisc., Louise Darnell of Moline and Irene Baptiste of Jacksonville. Preceded by one infant son, three brothers and two sisters.

CARSON, Russell; b: 5Oct1906, Colchester, Il.; d: 22Apr1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Forest Lawn Memorial Garden, Macomb, Il.; m: Bernice Hoyle on 27Jul1930 in Astoria, Il.; fa: Joseph Carson; mo: Caroline Lind. A resident of Rushville, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: James R. Carson of Dunlap and Jerry L. Carson of Chicago; three grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by five brothers and a sister.

CARSON, Virgil Edward: b: (date not stated), Fayetteville, Ark.; d: 25Sep1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Donna Jean Sunderland on 23Sep1967 in Murrayville, Il.; fa: Thomas Edward Carson; mo: Martha Irene Morton. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; one brother and three sisters: Thomas Warren of Fayetteville, Ark, Norlavine Carstarphen of Henderson, Tex., Martha Ilean Parks of Dallas, Tex., and Sue Carson of Tulsa, Okla. Preceded by three sisters.

CARSON, Walter; b: 3Nov1879, Williamson Co., Il.; d: 1Nov1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Kathryn Barter in 1909 in Williamson Co., Il.; fa: William Carson; m: Ellen Mifflin. Wife preceded in death. A resident of Green Meadows Nursing Home, White Hall, Il. Survived by a son: John H. of Jacksonville; a sister: Mrs. Pearl Holderman of Pueblo, Calif.; five grand, 14 g-grand and seven g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CARTER, Arthur L.; b: 14Dec1914, Greene Co., Il.; d: 14May1984, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Borlin, Il.; m: Ruby Driver on 1Feb1936 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Louie Carter; mo: Elizabeth Willis. Survived by h is wife; a daughter: Mrs. Lloyd (Doris) Schlup of Porter, Tex.; a son: Bill Cater of Porter, Tex.; five grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Verda Ford of Wood River and Mrs. Lester (Opal) Hildebrandt of Carlinville; two brothers: Donald of Rockbridge and Ray of Carrollton.

CARTER, Beulah G. (Robinson); b: 13May1899, Arenzville, Il.; d: 23Oct1981, Atlanta, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; m: Emeirt Carter on 30May1918 (place not stated); fa: Albert Robinson; mo: Ruth Anna Robison. Husband preceded in death in 1943. A former resident of Concord, Il. Survived by two daughters: Helen DeFrates of Concord and Juanita Roberts of Quincy; two sons: Malcolm Carter of Hopedale and Harold of Jacksonville; 15 grand and nine g-grandchildren; and one brother: Floyd Robinson of Fithian. Preceded by one sister.

CARTER, Chris; b: 22Jul1975, New Port Richey, Fla.; d: 7Jun1994, Tampa, Fla.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Ronald C. Carter; mo: Mary Fessler. A former resident of Jerseyville, Il. Survived by his mother of Tampa, Fla.; a half-sister: Lynette Carter; a half-brother: Ronald C. Carter; grandparents: Clifford and Dorothy Gillis of Jacksonville and Alfred and Marie Fessler of Godfrey; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by his father.

CARTER, Clarence N.; b: 11Jun1918, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 15Oct1984, Alton, Il.; bu: Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens, Bethalto, Il.; m: Wanda Johnson on 22Jun1960 (place not stated); fa: George W. Carter; mo: Fay Nolan. Wife preceded in death 16Sep1982. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife, Fay N. Carter of Jacksonville; one step-son: Delbert Carstens of San Diego, Calif.; two step-grandchildren; four brothers: Ralph and Jimmy of Jacksonville, Harold of Aurora and Glenn of South Roxana; and two sisters: Ruth Simmons of Alton and Mary Davis of Manchester.

CARTER, Claude G.; b: 17Apr1907, Dog Creek, Ky.; d: 20Sep1990, Arcola, Il.; bu: Walnut Hill Cemetery, Williamsville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Joseph Carter; mo: Patsy Probus. A resident of Arcola; formerly of Athens. Survived by two sons: Clarence of Phelan, Calif., and Robert of Jacksonville; three daughters: Claudie Morales of Springfield, Helen Downey of Jacksonville and Clydia Leonard of California; six grandchildren; one g-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.

CARTER, Cornelia (Wright); b: 2Sep1898, Frankford, Mo.; d: 1Jul1988, Jacksonville, Il; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville; mo: Oadie Carter (date and place not stated); fa: Charles Edward Wright; mo: Louisa Hobbs. Husband preceded in death in 1947. Survived by two children: Oadie C. Carter, Sr. of Chicago and Louisa M. "Sue" Allen of Jacksonville; four grand and five g-grandchildren; two sisters and two brothers: Margaret E. Mitchell of Jacksonville, Ray Wright of Jacksonville, Ada L. Herman of Chicago and Emmett Wright of Frankford, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by five brothers and one grandchild.

CARTER, Dale F.; b: 20Feb1922, Carrollton, Il.; d: 23Jun1996, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carter Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Irene Pranger on 24Apr1947 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Frank Carter; mo: Vaughana Williams. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Sherry Vincent of Jerseyville, Renee Johnson of Nutwood, Ann Barnard of Murrayville, Trude Reeves of Jerseyville and Gwen Reynolds of Jerseyville; three sons: Steve Carter of Elsah and Chuck and Larry Carter, both of Jerseyville; 20 grand and three g-grandchildren; two sisters: Athlone Campagna of Godfrey and Harriett Milner of Carrollton; and one brother: Stanley Carter of Carrollton.

CARTER, Donald Lee; b: 16Nov1921, Bluffdale, Il.; d: 4Dec1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Wilma Reveal on 29Mar1939 in Ladonia, Mo.; fa: Louie Carter; mo: Elizabeth Willis. A resident of Rockbridge, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Donald Wayne of West Virginia; a daughter: Linda Burton of Wrights; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; a brother: Ray of Carrollton; two sisters: Verda Ford of Wood River and Opal Hildebrant of Carlinville; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by a daughter: Sharon Kay in 1940; and two brothers: Art and Harry.

CARTER, Eloise (Layton); b: 23Feb1925, Petersburg, Il.; d: 22Aug1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; m: Malcolm Carter on 6Jan1946 (place not stated); fa: Charles Layton; mo: Dolly Prichet. A resident of Arenzville, Il. Survived by her husband; these children: Billy J. of Jacksonville, Jimmy D. of Arenzville, and Betty Jo Stock of Beardstown; one grandson: David Stock; her mother of Springfield; and a sister: Dorothy Padget of Georgia.

CARTER, Fay (Nolan); b: 5Jun1895, Missouri; d: 25Dec1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Robert Lee Carter (date and place not stated); fa: William Nolan; mo: Ellen E. Moore. Husband preceded in death. Survived by four sons: Harold of Greenbriar, Ark., Glenn of Roxanna, Ralph of Jacksonville and Jimmie Lee of Tucson, Ariz.; one daughter: Mrs. Ray (Ruth) Simmons of Alton; and several grand and g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son; one daughter; and two brothers.

CARTER, Gary D.; b: 29Oct1943, White Hall, Il.; d: 2Jan1996, near Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; fa: Ray Carter; mo: Maxine Shull. A resident of Carrollton. Vietnam War Marine vet. Survived by his parents of Carrollton; three brothers: David Carter of Carrollton, Louis Carter of Brighton and Dennis Carter of Greenfield; and one sister: Patricia Carter of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CARTER, Georgia May (Hembrough); b: 6Nov1889, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 13Mar1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Chauncy Carter on 4Dec1913 (place not stated); fa: James Richard Hembrough; mo: Laura Simpkin. Husband preceded in death 5Nov1959. Survived by three sons: Ralph of Palmyra, Howard of rural Roodhouse and Earl of Franklin; two daughters: Edith Johnson of Springfield and Mrs. Earl (Mary) Roland of Jacksonville; 13 grand and 18 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter, two brothers and two sisters.

CARTER, Gertrude M. (Jennings); b: 19Apr1916, Kansas City, Mo.; d: 22Jan1982, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carter Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Howard Carter on 4Jan1936 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Michael Jennings; mo: Elizabeth Hoffman. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Alfred (Sandra) Osborne of Reno, Nev.; two sons: Ronald of Madison, Wisc., and Bruce of Elgin; nine grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Phillip (Betty) Plato of Kane; and a brother: John Jennings of Kansas City, Mo.

CARTER, Glenn William "Red"; b: 27Sep1924, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 12Dec1990, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Rose Lawn Memory Gardens Cemetery, Bethalto, Il.; m: Donna (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: George w. Carter; mo: Fay Nolan. A resident of South Roxana, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Glen W. Carter, Jr. of Emden; one daughter: Faye Malissa Carter of South Roxana and Ralph Cater of Jacksonville; one sister: Ruth Simmons of Alton; and one half-brother: Jim Carter of Jacksonville.

CARTER, Gloria M. (Coffman); b: 8Dec1924, Desoto, Mo.; d: 12Mar1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Fred Coffman; mo: Flora (surname not stated). Survived by a sister: Mrs. Joseph W. (Betty J.) Pilate of Gulfport, Miss.; and a nephew: Arthur Neal of Carbondale.

CARTER, Harold Wayne; b: 24Jun1922, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1Aug1991, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: (not stated); m: (not stated); fa: George W. Carter; mo: Fay Nolan. A resident of South Roxana, Il. Vet. Survived by two sons: Harold Dean Carter of Granberry, Tex., and Michael Wayne Carter of Dallas, Tex.; one daughter: Tamarra Albright of Granberry, Tex.; four grandchildren; one brother: Ralph Carter of Jacksonville; a half-brother: Jim Carter of Tucson, Ariz.; and one sister: Ruth Simmons of Alton.

CARTER, Harry "Hap"; b: 3May1902, Pawnee, Okla.; d: 24Oct1977, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollon, Il.; m: Ruth Carwile in 1943 (place not stated); fa: Calvin Carter; mo: Henrietta Cunningham. Survived by his wife; the following children: Mrs. Ray (Shirley) Marshall of Virginia, Mrs. Edward (Barbra) Johns of Silver Springs, Md., Mrs. Edward (Betsy) Blount of Clearwater, Fla., and Darrell Carter and James Carter, both of Washington, D.C.; and two step-daughters: Mrs. Paul (Virginia) Geers of Carrollton and Mrs. David (Jody) Tucker of rural Greenfield; 8 grand, two g-grand, seven step-grand and two great-step-grandchildren; a brother: Howard Carter; and a sister: Mrs. Bernice Chinowith, both of Carrollton. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CARTER, Hazel M. (Harris); b: 11Jun1904 (place not stated); d: 9May1991, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Clarksville, Mo.; m: Leslie Carter (date and place not stated); fa: John Harris; mo: Dora Martin. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Clarksville, Mo. Survived by a foster grandson: John Curtis, at home; a nephew: Martin L. Hammers, Sr. of Jacksonville; a step-son: Joe Carter of St. Louis; four great-nephews; and several cousins.

CARTER, Hilda (Roberts); b: 29Sep1925, Carrollton, Il.; d: 21Sep1992, Alton, Il.; bu: Carter Cemetery, south of Carrollton, Il.; m: Delbert Carter on 8Apr1945 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Ernest F. Roberts, Sr.; mo: Nellie Varble. Husband preceded in death in 1955. A resident of Jerseyville; formerly of Carrollton. Survived by three sisters: Vanetta Tribble, Lola Elmore and Joann Roberts, all of Carrollton; and two brothers: Ernest Roberts, Jr., and Earl "Jack" Roberts, both of White Hall. Preceded by two brothers: Carl and James Roberts.

CARTER, J. Leslie; b: 17Feb1887, Greene Co., Il.; d: 20Dec1978, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carter Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Rua Lucille Cannedy on 1Feb1916 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: George Carter; mo: Mary I. Gano. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mary Lou Carter of Dwight and Mrs. Bill (Doris) Thomas of Caseyville; and one son: Marvin "Jack" Carter of Carrollton; five grand and five g-grandchildren; and three sisters: Mrs. Carter Courtney Robinson and Mrs. John (Jessie) Kaiser, both of Carrollton, and Mrs. George (Mae) Bowman of Los Angeles, Calif. Preceded by one sister and two brothers.

CARTER, Joseph L.; b: 7May1914, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1May1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Louis Carter; mo: Rosa Lee Gray. WWII Army vet. Survived by his twin sister: Mrs. Clarence (Mary) Gray of Jacksonville; one niece; and six great-nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: David Carter; and one sister: Viola Hyatt.

CARTER, Katherine E. (Hills); b: 19Sep1917, Litchfield, Il.; d: 16Jan1989, Kansas City, Mo.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Herb Carter (date and place not stated); fa: Clark Hills; mo: Eula Story. A resident of 801 James St., Harrisonville, Mo.; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Lt. Col. Ray Carter of the U.S. Army of Lansing, Kansas and Tom Carter of Jefferson City, Mo.; three grandchildren; and a sister: Evelyn Morris of Jacksonville.

CARTER, Lillian; b: 19Nov1895, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 17Jan1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville Il.; fa: Scott Carter; mo: Minnie Atherton Van Winkle. Survived by a niece: Mrs. John (Mary Lou) Blackwelder of New Orleans, La. Preceded by two brothers: Curtis and Lloyd. {Member: D.A.R.

CARTER, Lloyd Ray; b: 29Dec1925, Carrollton, Il.; d: 12Sep1986, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Carter Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Ruby Gaunt in 1976 (place not stated); fa: Samuel Carter; mo: Minnie Huff. A resident of Jerseyville, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; five step-sons: Rev. Ralph Sprong of Stanley, Va., Walburn Cregmiles of Grafton, Gary Ingles of Texas and Kenneth and Gordon Cregmiles of Jerseyville; four brothers: Kenneth Carter of Jerseyville, Herman Carter of Jerseyville, Duke Carter of Danville and Doc Carter of Mt. Vernon.

CARTER, Malcolm E.; b: 2May1922, Meredosia, Il.; d: 20Jul1983, Hopedale, Il.; bu: Hopedale, Il.; m: Fannie Sutter (date and place not stated); fa: Emerit Carter; mo: Beulah Robinson. A former resident of the Arenzville and Concord area. Survived by his wife; two sons: Billy J. of Jacksonville and Jimmy of Springfield; a daughter: Betty Jo., of Beardstown; a brother: Harold of Jacksonville; and two sisters: Helen DeFrates of Imden, and Juanita Roberts of Quincy.

CARTER, Marie A. (Butler); b: 7Mar1912, near Benville, Pike Co., Il.; d: 8Jun1996, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Lutheran Cemetery, Ewing, Mo.; m: Orville Carter in December, 1937 at Palmyra, Mo.; fa: John Herbert Butler; mo: Effie Mae Bean. Husband preceded in death in 1973. A resident of Milton, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Albert (Helen) McEuen of Milton; two sons: Earl Holtzgrafe of Seguin, Tex., and George Holtzgrafe of Denver; nine grand and nine g-grandchildren; one brother: Elijah Butler of Quincy; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by four brothers: Albert, Leland, Herbie and Warren; and one granddaughter.

CARTER, Ray; b: 28Feb1917, Caster, Ark.; d: 19Jan1991, Chandlerville, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Freda Bone in 1953 (place not stated); fa: Charles R. Carter; mo: Lilly Bell Walker. Survived by one son: Clayton R. Carter of Chandlerville; two daughters: Mary Provo of Jacksonville and Frankie Cox of Savanah; 12 grandchildren; and one brother: Raymond Carter of Charleston, Mo. Preceded by one son and one daughter.

CARTER, Reta Mae (Finley); b: 1Jan1917, Greenfield, Il.; d: 21May1984, LaMesa, Calif.; bu: Greenwood Memorial Park, San Diego, Calif.; m: Ted Carter (date and place not stated); fa: Charles Finley; mo: Lelah Edwards. Survived by her husband and one brother: Charles W. Finley of Greenfield.

CARTER, Robert; b: Nov1921, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 9Mar1988, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Afton, Mo.; m: Arlene (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: Ralph Carter; mo: Cora (surname not stated). Resident of Afton, Mo. Survived by his wife; a son: Eddie Carter; a brother: Russell Carter of Jacksonville; and four sisters: Mrs. Margaret Tayman and Virginia Stewart, both of Jacksonville, Mrs. Phyllis Massey of rural Bluffs, and Mrs. Norma Pierce of Auburn.

CARTER, Ronald Christopher; b: 9Jul1950, Springfield, Il.; d: 12Nov1981, Alton, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Belinda Sue Shaw in June, 1979 (place not stated); fa: Raymond W. Carter; mo: Dorothy Behl. Vietnam vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: R. C. Carter of Alton and Chris Carter of Dayton, Ohio; two daughters: Lynette and Tina Carter, both of Jacksonville; and four brothers: Loren Myers of Peoria, Raymond Cater, Jr. of Alexander, Dick Myers of Jacksonville and Bradley D. Gillis of Concord; and his mother: Dorothy Gillis of Concord.

CARTER, Rosa Lee (Gray); b: 26Feb1892, Ripley, Mississippi; d: 18Oct1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Louis Carter (date and place not stated); fa: William Gray; mo: Ella Hatch. Husband preceded in death in 1931. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Clarence (Mary) Gray of Jacksonville; a son: Joseph L. Carter of Jacksonville; a granddaughter: Mrs. Maryella Riddlespriger of Alton; six g-grandchildren and nine g-g-grandchildren; and two brothers: Woodie Gray and Walter Gray, both of Chicago. Preceded by a son, a daughter, six brothers and three sisters.

CARTER, Ruby O. (Foster); b: 1Mar1904, Billings, Montana; d: 8Aug1988, White Hall, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Henry "Pat" Carter on 2Sep1930 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Willis Foster; mo: Della Wilkins. Husband preceded in death 8Nov1977. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by several nieces; a nephew; and several cousins in this area.

CARTER, Russell W.; b: 12Feb1913, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 30Nov1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; m: Marie D. Watson on 10May1941 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Ralph Carter; mo: Cora Angelo. Wife preceded in death 27May1990. Survived by a son: Billy of Springfield, Mo.; a daughter: Mrs. Russell (Judy) Flynn of Jacksonville; three grand and two g-grandchildren; four sisters: Mrs. Orville (Phyllis) Massey of rural Bluffs, Mrs. Jack (Norma) Pierce of Auburn, Margaret Tayman and Virginia Stewart, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by four brothers.

CARTER, Stella Mae (Howell); b: 12Nov1910, Detroit, Il.; d: 5Jan1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Blue River Cemetery, near Detroit, Il.; m: George Carter (date and place not stated); fa: Levi Howell; mo: Melinda Shaffer. Husband preceded in death 10Feb1961. Survived by four sons: Harold of Jacksonville, William of Monticello, Ind., and Robert and Herschel, both of Pittsfield; and one daughter: Mrs. Helen Johnson of Manteca, Calif.; and sixteen grandchildren. Preceded by one son and one brother.

CARTER, Thomas Herbert; b: 4Dec1916, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 26Dec1991, Harrisonville, Mo.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Katherine Hills on 28Sep1940 (place not stated); fa: Sylvester Carter; mo: Mildred Louise Hopper. Wife preceded in death in 1989. Survived by two sons: Herbert Ray Carter of Harrisonville, Mo., and Thomas William Carter of Jefferson City, Mo.; three grandchildren; and a sister: Mildred Schmaltz of Jacksonville.

CARTER, Vaughan (Williams); b: 17Jun1898, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 26Nov1981, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Frank Carter in 1915 (place not stated); fa: John Williams; mo: Hattie Fanning. Husband preceded in death in 1971. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Ernest (Haarriet) Milner of Carrollton and Mrs. August (Athlone) Campagna of Godfrey; two sons: Dale and Stanley, both of Carrollton; 15 grand and 11 great-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother.

CARTER, Vinnie (Lindsey); b: 25May1894 (place not stated); d: 2Feb1983, Monroe Manor Convalescent Center, Mo.; bu: (arrangements pending in Paris, Mo.); m: Fred Carter on 16Oct1916 (place not stated); fa: Thomas Lindsey; mo: Nancy (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1932. A resident of Monroe City, Mo. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. James (Margaret) Parker of Jacksonville, Mrs. Wayne (Betty) Hupp of Columbia, Mo., and Mrs. Bud (Helen) Owens of Moberly, Mo.; six grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters.

CARUTHERS, H. Wayne; b: 21Sep1911, Sangamon Co., Il.; d: 14Sep1994, Dayton, Ohio; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: 1) Rachel Carson in May, 1935 (place not stated); and 2) Lena Ginter in Ohio (date not stated); fa: Frank L. Caruthers;; mo: Grace Conlee. 1st wife preceded in death in 1985. A resident of New Lebanon, Ohio; formerly of Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Bonnie Cox of Rochester and Rochelle Norton of Jacksonville; four sons: Herschel, Jan, Walter and Rick Caruthers, all of Waverly; two step-daughters: Mary Blosser of New Lebanon, Ohio and Wilma Wittman of Brooklyn, Mich.; one step-son: Jim McDonald of Springhill, Fla.; two brothers: Byron of Waverly and Burton of Reno, Nev.; 15 grand, 12 g-grandchildren and one g-g-grandchild.

CARUTHERS, Lori Sue; b: 23Apr1974, Springfield, Il.; d: 10Mar1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; fa: Rick Caruthers; mo: Kathleen Lewis. A resident of Waverly, she was murdered in Springfield, Il. Survived by her parents of Waverly; a brother: Aaron of Waverly; her grandparents: Wayne and Lena Caruthers of Waverly and Mr. & Mrs. Loren Lewis of Athens; a great-grandmother: Mabel Simpson of Springfield; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by her grandmothers: Rachel Caruthers and Dorothy Lewis.

CARUTHERS, Marian; b: 29May1898, on a farm north of Waverly, Il.; d: 22Sep1977, Springfield, Il. (St. John's Hospital); bu: (not stated); fa: George Washington Caruthers; mo: Anna Lee Finley. A resident of rural Waverly, Il. "A direct descendant of Andrew Turner, the revolutionary soldier buried at Conley Cemetery at Rohrer, south of Waverly. She owned some of the land her ancestors purchased when they came to Morgan county in 1825." (No survivors listed) Preceded in death by her parents and three brothers.

CARUTHERS, Rachel C. (Carson); b: 21Apr1914, near Waverly, Il.; d: 1Oct1985, rural Waverly, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: H. Wayne Caruthers on 7May1930 (place not stated); fa: Lee Carson; mo: Elizabeth Maginn. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Rochelle Norton and Bonnie Cox, both of Timewell; four sons: Herschel, Jan F., Walter and Rick, all of Waverly; 16 grandchildren; one g-grandchild; a brother: William Carson of Waverly; and four sisters: Erma Gibson of Waverly, Inez Dodd of Loami, Edna Fischer of Champaign and Elizabeth Mader of New Jersey. Preceded in death by a sister.

CARVER, Laone (Dawson); b: 6Nov1898 (place not stated); d: 14Sep1984, Saribault, Minn.; bu: (not stated); m: Eugene Carver in 1921 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: William S. Dawson; mo: Ida Woods. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Husband preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Nancy) Procter of Ziegler and Caroline Foley of Red Wing, Minn.; and eight grandchildren; and one sister: Mrs. Ernest (Norma) Stout of Jacksonville.

CARY, Clifford; b: 16Dec1905, Wagner, Il.; d: 27Oct1979, Kane, Il.; d: Kane, Il.; m: Harriet Close in 1938 (place not stated); fa: Charles Cary; mo: Nellie Stutsman. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Judith Cary of Ramsey; a son: David Cary of Carrollton; two grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Lottie Bickel of Virden and Mrs. Mussette Whitney of Tacoma, Wash.; five brothers: Seth and Byron Cary, both of Jerseyville, Gordon Cary of Alton, Robert Cary of St. Louis and Francis Cary of Lubbock, Tex.; Preceded by two sisters.

CARY, Harriet (Close); b: 15Sep1913, Kane, Il.; d: 19Mar1987, Alton, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Clifford Cary on 1Oct1938 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Charles Close; mo: Jessie Pope. Husband preceded in death 27Oct1979. Survived by one son: David Cary of Carrollton; one daughter: Judith Cary of Ramsey; two grandchildren; one sister: Winifred Daugherty of Kane.

CARY, John "Med"; b: 27May1907, Kentucky; d: 17May1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Marjean (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: John Cary; mo; Margaret Abney. A resident of rural Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife of Virginia; a daughter: Mrs. Lagora Brunk of Virginia; two sons: Dean of Beardstown and Gene of Shelbyville, Tex.; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and two sisters: Maybell Bass of Florida and Rena Armstrong of Glasgow, Ky. Preceded by eight brothers and five sisters.

CASE, Elsie B. (Treadway); b: 4Aug1890, Philadelphia, Il.; d: 27Oct1986, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Thomas Case in 1915 at Springfield, Il.; fa: Joseph A. Treadway; mo: Emma Ward. Husband preceded in death in 1975. Survived by two daughters: Thelma Case of Virginia and Imogene Anderson of Springfield; two sons: Robert Case of Racine, Wisc., and James Case of Naperville; 8 grand and 3 great-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons, four brothers, and four sisters.

CASE, Freda (Schaumburg); b: 9Jan1884, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 22Feb1977, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: George S. Case in 1923 (place not stated); fa: Henry Schaumburg; mo: Kathryn (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1952. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by one sister: Bertha Benner of St. Louis; a number of nieces and nephews, one of whom is Mrs. Norman (Verl) Baumgartner of St. Louis, especially close to the deceased. Preceded by a sister and four brothers.

CASE, Robert E.; b: 16May1922, Cass Co., Il.; d: 23Dec1989, Racine, Wisc.; bu: Racine, Wisc.; m: Thelma Bell of Beardstown, Il. in 1941 (place not stated); fa: Thomas Case; ;mo: Elsie Treadway. A former resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Robert E. Case of Racine; two sisters: Thelma Case of Virginia and Mrs. Louis (Imogene) Anderson of Springfield; and a brother: James of Naperville. Preceded by his parents and two brothers: Russell and Elmer Case.

CASE, Russell W.; b: 23Mar1925 (place not stated); d: 10Jun1983, Belleview, Washington; bu: Belleview, Washington; m: Ruth Gilliland of Beardstown, Il. (date and place not stated); fa: Thomas Case; mo: Elsie Treadway. Survived by his wife; his mother of Virginia; one daughter: Carol Sue of Bellview; and one son: Charles of Denver, Colo.; two brothers: Robert of Racine, Wisc., and James of Naperville; two sisters: Imogene Anderson of Petersburg and Thelma Case of Virginia. Preceded by one brother.

CASE, Thelma F.; b: 26Dec1917, Cass Co., Il.; d: 23Feb1996, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Thomas Case; mo: Elsie B. Treadway. Survived by one brother: Jim Case of Naperville; one sister: Imogene Anderson of Springfield; one niece; and several nephews. Preceded by three brothers.

CASELTON, Freda (Fischer); b: (not stated); d: 21Jun1982, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Peter Caselton on 10Feb1920 (place not stated); fa: Minard Fischer; mo: Lena Paupf. Husband preceded in death in 1964. A resident of Carrollton, Il.; was 84 years of age at time of death. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. O. B. (Joann) Hacker of Bloomington, Minn., Mrs. Robert (Meda) McCarty of St. Louis, Mo., and Ena Castleton of Warrenville; two sons: Dr. Jude A. Caselton of Carrollton and Mark Caselton of Springfield; 21 grand and four g-grandchildren; one sister: Catherine Naber of Carrollton; and one brother: Edward Fischer of St. Louis, Mo. Preceded by two sons and one brother.

CASELTON, William "Lyndle"; b: 5Aug1922, Batchtown, Il.; d: 23Jan1990, Harlingen, Tex.; bu: St. Norbert's Cemetery, Hardin, Il.; m: Anna Marie Goewey on 12Oct1946 in Hardin, Il.; fa: William M. Caselton; mo: Tressa Snyders. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ervin of Jacksonville and Darrel of Jerseyville; two daughters: Lynda Caselton of Chesterfield, Mo. and Barbara Talley of Jerseyville; nine grandchildren; and two sisters: Letha Simon of Hardin and Rosemary Siemer of Meppen. Preceded by two daughters: Vickie Lynn Caselton and Mary Kay Caselton.

CASEY, Alma Marie (Connolly); b: 7May1907, Murrayville, Il.; d: 5Dec1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: St. Bartholomew Catholic Cemetery, Murrayville, Il.; m: James T. Casey on 23Nov1927 in Murrayville, Il.; fa: James V. Connolly; mo: Elizabeth Doolin. A resident of Murrayville, Il. Survived by five daughters: Sister Elizabeth Marie Casey of Springfield, Mrs. James (Agnes) Gaw of Elmhurst, Mrs. Walter (Patricia) Brown, Jr., and Mrs. Paul (Janet) Hansen, both of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Robert (Frances) Lawless of Franklin; three sons: Thomas (wife, Joyce) Casey of Murrayville, David M. Casey of Jacksonville and Paul (wife, Rachael) Casey of White Hall; 21 grand, two step-grand and seven g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Lloyd (Teresa) Ruyle of Greenfield and Mrs. Tom (Regina) Crabtree of Jacksonville. Preceded by three brothers: Martin, Vincent and the Rev. Thomas Connolly.

CASEY, Donald G.; b: 14Nov1907, Quincy, Il.; d: 12Oct1990, Mason City, Ia.; bu: (not stated); m: Catherine Hempel on 5Sep1931 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Henry Casey; mo: Azella Sells. Survived by his wife; a son: Don of St. Cloud, Minn.; and three granddaughters: Debra, Kathie and Michelle Casey, all of St. Cloud, Minn. Preceded by his parents.

CASEY, Helen S. (Sowers); b: 26May1902, Pearl, Il.; d: 22Sep1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, north of Pearl, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Francis Arthur Sowers; mo: Ella Boien. Survived by one step-son: Joe Casey (wife, Betty) of Jacksonville; one step-daughter: Mrs. Rosemary Lonergan of Jacksonville; several step-grand and step-great-grandchildren; one brother: Lindell Sowers of Centralia, Wash.; and two sisters: Mrs. Laura Stillson and Mrs. Susie Suttles, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by one sister: Beatrice Norton; and two brothers: Ronald and William Sowers.

CASEY, James T.; b: 19Mar1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 5Oct1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Murrayville, Il.; m: Alma Marie Connolly on 23Nov1927 in Murrayville, Il.; fa: Thomas J. Casey; mo: Margaret Whalan. Wife preceded in death on 5Dec1993. A resident of Murrayville. Survived by five daughters: Sister Elizabeth Marie Casey of Springfield, Mrs. Jim (Agnes) Gaw of Elmhurst, Mrs. Walter (Patricia) Brown, Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Robert (Frances) Lawless of Franklin and Mrs. Paul (Janet) Hansen of Jacksonville; three sons: Thomas (wife, Joyce) of Murrayville, David of Jacksonville and Paul (wife, Rachael) of White Hall; 21 grand, two step-grand and 10 g-grandchildren; one step-great-grandchild; and one sister: Mary Alice Carl of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother: John.

CASH, Elizabeth (Royalty); b: (date not stated), Pike Co., Mo.; d: 8Nov1982, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: 1) Isaac Brown; and 2) Glenn Cash (dates and places not stated); fa: John Royalty; mo: Nancy Elledge. Both husbands preceded in death. A resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by a son: Charles C. Brown of Gadsden, Ala.; a daughter: Mrs. Don (Florence) Guthrie of Pleasant Hill; three grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters.

CASH, Martha; b: (not stated); d: 9Feb1979, Scottsdale, Arizona; bu: (not stated); m: James Cash (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Jacksonville Il. Survived by a son: Jimmy of Dallas, Tex.; one grandchild; and his mother: Mrs. Willard Stover of Scottsdale, Arizona. Preceded by her husband.

CASHIN, Margaret (Wood); b: (date not stated), Jacksonville, Il.; d: 26Dec1976, Springfield, Il.; bu: Camp Butler National Military Cemetery, east of Springfield, Il.; m: Edward H. Cashin (date and place not stated); fa: Abraham Wood; mo: Emma Shannon. Husband preceded in death 5Jun1973. A resident of Springfield; was 61 years of age at death. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Eleanor Wood Schinka of Chicago.

CASHMAN, Viola Frances (Havens); b: 7Apr1905, New Canton, Il.; d: 5Jan1996, Peoria, Il.; bu: Shearer Cemetery, New Canton, Il.; m: Gilbert E. Cashman on 4Nov1925 in Louisiana, Mo.; fa: George Havens; mo: Clemma Fuller. Husband preceded in death 2Jan1959. A resident of Peoria; formerly of New Canton. Survived by one daughter: Jacqueline Herridge of Yates City; one grandchild; two g-grandchildren; and one brother: George Havens of Wheaton. Preceded by one sister: Hazel Havens Campbell; and three brothers: Allan Havens, Glenn Havens and Kenneth Havens.

CASKEY, Edward E.; b: 24Aug1923, Kentucky; d: 30Aug1979, Florissant, Mo.; bu: Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery; m: Margaret Roth on 4Nov1967 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Robert J. Caskey; mo: Margaret Smith. A resident of Jerseyville Il. Vet. Survived by his father of Alton, Mo.; four sons: Edward and Richard, both of White Hall, Robert of Paducah, Ky., and Stanley of Quincy; two step-sons: Charles Hicks of Monroe, N.C. and Stephen Hicks of Hailey, Idaho; two daughters: Sandra Griffin of Hannibal, Mo., and Shari Wamsley of Palmyra, Mo.; a step-daughter: Rose Marie Braden of Troy, Mo.; a brother: William Joseph of Eureka, Mo.; a sister: Edna Mae Simms of Mo.; 18 grandchildren and one g-grandchild. Preceded by a brother.

CASLER, Vivian C. (Cain); b: 19Jul1899, Republic City, Nebraska; d: 18Sep1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: William J. Casler on 2Jul1927 (place not stated); fa: Joseph Leo Cain; mo: Catherine (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 15Sep1972. Survived by two sons: W. Richard of Jacksonville and Paul J. of Seattle, Wash.; and six grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and one sister.

CASON, Clara Mae (Jackson); b: 28Jun1914, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 16Nov1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: James Cason (date and place not stated); fa: Charles Jackson; mo: Anna Redding. Husband preceded in death 23Feb1977. Survived by two daughters: Loretta Trumbo of Jacksonville and Elaine Cason of Springfield; four grand and two g-grandchildren.

CASON, James; b: 30Jul1910, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 23Feb1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il; m: Clara Jackson in Bowling Green, Mo. (date not stated); fa: James Cason; mo: Anna (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; two daughters: Loretta Trumbo of Jacksonville and Elaine Wilson of Springfield; a cousin: Henry W. Edwards of Jacksonville; four grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothrs and one grandchild.

CASPER, Theodore E.; b: 13Nov1909, St. Louis Co., Mo.; d: 10Oct1995, Springfield, Il.; bu: Ashland, Il.; m: Jessie Baggs on 13Apr1941 in Old Monroe, Mo.; fa: Mikel Casper; mo: Augusta Gebhardt. WWII Army vet. (1942-1945). Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Karen) Davis of Jacksonville and Mrs. Randy (Debra) Taylor of Springfield; four grand and two g-grandchildren.

CASS, Lois I. (Shoemaker); b: 9Oct1910, Perry, Il.; d: 21Nov1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville, Il.; m: Royal S. Cass on 14Feb1931 in Jerseyville; fa: Sidney Shoemaker; ;mo: Angie Mullen. Husband preceded in death in 1986. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Alexander. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. James (Jeannie) Ford of Jacksonville; four grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Mrs. Gene (Betty) Weber; and two sisters.

CASS, Royal S.; b: 22Jan1905, Paw Paw, Michigan; d: 5Feb1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville, Il.; m: Lois Shoemaker on 14Feb1931 in Perry, Il.; fa: Hasa B. Cass; mo: Mary Mooney. A resident of rural Alexander, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Gene (Betty) Weber of Jerseyville and Mrs. James (Jeanne) Ford of Jacksonville; two sisters: Mrs. Fred (Anna) Sapp of Wynette, Il., and Mrs. Logan (Ethel) Dye of Spooner, Wisc.; four grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by five brothers and two sisters.

CASSADY, Ileen Pate (Van Hyning); b: 23Aug1922, Brown Co., Il.; d: 27Dec1988, rural Rushville, Il.; bu: Littleton, Il.; m: 1) Clarence Pate in 1935 at Palmyra, Mo.; and 2) Robert Casady on 22Oct1952 in Pleasant View, Il.; fa: Manley Van Hyning; mo: Ethel Green. Survived by six daughters: Patricia Peterman of Peoria, Sally Pherigo of Beardstown, Linda Derry of Industry, Sandy Fox of Beardstown, Katrina Cassady of Rushville and Lonnie Suddeth of Lena; two sons: Clarence "Corky" Pate and Bobby Scott Cassady, both of Rushville; 27 grand and 10 g-grandchildren; two brothers: Frank Van Hyning of Peoira and James Van Hyning of Beardstown; and three sisters: Fern Bloomfield of Canton, Betty Smith of Douglas, Tex., and Imogene Jones of Beardstown. Preceded by a sister and a brother.

CASSADY, Robert E.; b: 7Jul1933, Petersburg, Il.; d: 4Mar1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Littleton, Il.; m: Joyce Ilene Van Hyning on 23Oct1953 in Rushville, Il.; fa: James Cassady; mo: Helen Huckaby. Wife preceded in death 27Dec1988. A resident of rural Rushville, Il. Air Force vet. (1951-1955). Survived by his mother: Helen Chapman of Mt. Sterling; one son: Robert S. Cassady of Rushville; one daughter: Katrina Phillips of Rushville; two brothers: James H. Cassady of Rushville and Jack R. Cassady of Versailles; one sister; Marilyn Preston of Rushville; and two grandchildren. Preceded by his father and his step-father: Artie Chapman.

CASSEL, Samuel Milton; b: 31Dec1921, Bader, Il.; d: 10Mar1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Bettie Vincent Summy on 27Dec1969 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Milton Cassel; mo: (not stated). Survived by his wife; these children: Donald Summy of Theodore, Ala., Bill Boyd of Springfield and Mrs. Gary (Darlene) Baker of Browning; one brother: John Cassel of Astoria; 10 grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother and two sisters.

CASSELL, Ida Beulah (Barlow); b: 6Sep1890, Glasgow, Ky.; d: 4Jul1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur, Il.; m: Otto D. Cassell (date and place not stated); fa: John Barlow; mo: Judith Smith. Husband preceded in death in 1934. A former resident of Decatur, Il. Survived by one son and three daughters: Darrell Cassell of Decatur, Mrs. John (Olivia) Krzywda of Evanston, Mrs. David (Charlotte) Willis of Champaign ad Louise Cassell of Elk Grove Village; six grand and six g-grandchildren.

CASSELL, Maude; b: 27Mar1890, Wellsville, Mo.; d: 30Sep1981, White Hall, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Eugene Cassell on 21Oct1914 in Springfield, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1967. A former resident of Jacksonville. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Marshall (Iris) Rogers of Greenfield, Wisc.; a niece: Carol Davis of Wood River; and a nephew: Dr. Richard Rogers of Brookfield, Wisc. Preceded by a brother: Percy Becker.

CASSELS, John MacIntyre; b: (not stated); d: 7Apr1978, Falls Church, Va.; bu: Virginia; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Falls Church; was 76 years of age at death. Survived by two sons: William of Chappaqua, N.Y. and Rev. Robert Cassels of Jacksonville; and three grandchildren: John, Christopher and Elizabeth Cassels, all of Jacksonville.

CASSENS, Elizabeth (York); b: 12Sep1917, Tuscola, Il.; d: 28Dec1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Gerald Cassens on 11Sep1938 in Tuscola, Il.; fa: Fred York; mo: Edith Bishop. Survived by her husband; one son: Craig Cassens of Guilford, Conn.; two grandchildren; one brother: Norman York of Murphysboro; and one sister: Jean Eastin of Hindsboro.

CASSADY, Raymond; b: 10Fe1916, Springfield, Mo.; d: 31Jul1996, Santa Maria, Calif.; bu: Littleton, Il.; m: 1) Lois Gray on 30Aug1940 (place not stated); and 2) Willa Mae Adams (date and place not stated); fa: Harry Cassady; mo: Lottie Hartel. 1st wife preceded in death 28Jan1974. A resident of Arroyo Grande, Calif. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one step-daughter: Linda Peneranda of Santa Maria, Calif.; and numerous nieces and nephews, including Ham H. Cassady and Marilyn Preston, both of Rushville, and Jack R. Cassady of Versailles. Preceded by one brother: James Cassady; one half-sister: Pearl; and one nephew: Robert Cassady.

CASSIDY, Beatrice Inez (Bunker); b: 5Nov1903, Montrose, Iowa; d: 22Mar1995, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Lakeside Cemetery, Pekin, Il.; m: Frank Cassidy on 31Oct1921 in Keokuk, Iowa; fa: John Bunker; mo: Mary Whitaker. Husband preceded in death 14Feb1980. Survived by two sons: Frank L. of Mt. Sterling and William E. Cassidy of Apache Junction, Arizona; one daughter: Mary Yvone Sconce of Troy, Mo.; 10 grand and several g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by four brothers: Everett, Jake, Roy and Sterling Bunker; and one sister: Annie Merryfield.

CASSON, Alvin W.; b: 30Jan1909, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 29Aug1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Hilda Cockin on 5Jan1934 (place not stated); fa: Roy Casson; mo: Sophia Breaker. A resident of rural Alexander, Il. Survived by his wife; these children: Beverly, wife of C. Reed Stevenson of Jacksonville, Thomas A. Casson of Franklin and Marsha Casson of Jacksonville; four grandchildren; these sisters and brothers: Alvena Clark and Leroy Casson, both of New Berlin, Viola VanDyke of Peoria, Helen Borders of Barclay and John Cason of Chicago. Preceded by a sister: Mabel Winkler.

CASSON, G. Walter; b: 24Oct1888, White Rock, Kansas; d: 28Jun1976, Jacksonville, Il; b: Roberts Cemetery, south of Woodson, Il.; m: Hattie Curtis Ranson (date and place not stated); fa: George Casson; mo: Belinda Connors. Wife preceded in death in 1969. Survived by a son: Loyd of Jacksonville; a daughter: Mrs. Claude (Dorothy) Newby of Jacksonville; six grand, 16 g-grand and three g-g-grandchildren.

CASSON, Mary E. (Campbell); b: 31May1930 (place not stated); d: 12Sep1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Lutheran Cemetery, New Berlin, Il.; m: Leroy Casson (date and place not stated); fa: Thomas Campbell; mo: Cynthia Barr. Husband preceded in death in 1980. Survived by four sons: Richard L. and Bruno J., both of Springfield, Michael D. of Wichita, Kansas and Robert L. of Waverly; three daughters: Mrs. Tony (Diana) Parga of Springfield, Mrs. Ron (Ida Mae) Smith of Havana and Judith Casson of Jacksonville; 14 grandchildren; one brother: Darryl Campbell of Springfield; five sisters: Iva Mitchell and Helen Reavis, both of Springfield, Ruth Shockley of Virden, Ona McCray of Lincoln and Ida Mae Wynn of Wilkes-Barre, Penn.; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by her parents and two brothers: Charles and Thomas Campbell.

CASTEEL, Clayton; b: 21Nov1903, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 10Jul1986, Peoria, Il.; bu: Swan Lake Memory Gardens, Peoria, Il.; m: Hazel F. Barclay on 14May1932 in Bloomington, Il.; fa: Frank Casteel; mo: Anna Yelliott. A former resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Gayle of Peoria; a daughter: Mrs. Gene (Charlotte) Bohlander of Peoria; five grand and two g-grandchildren.

CASTEEL, Jean Thomas; b: 4Dec1921, rural Detroit, Il.; d: 7Jan1992, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield; m: Carolyn Long on 10Dec1948 in Pittsfield; fa: Charles Casteel; mo: Ruth Sloan. WWII Army Air Corps vet. Survived by his wife; one brother: Phil of Pittsfield; two sisters: Doris Cooper of Williamsville and Florine Steinmann of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews.

CASTEEL, Myron Craig; b: 2Jan1903, Hettick, Il.; d: 25Jan1977, Champaign, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Lela McGarvey (date and place not stated); fa: Rev. James Casteel; mo: Arra Bacon. A former resident of Hettick and Springfield. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Nancy Casteel King of Champaign; two grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Mildred Starkweather of Palmyra.

CASTEEL, Wayne C.; b: 2Jan1916, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 15May1989, Daly City, Calif.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Marjorie Eileen Miller on 1Jan1940 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Harley M. Casteel; mo: Edith F. Day. A former resident of Roodhouse. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Roodhouse; and one sister: Marjorie E. Springman of Greenfield.

CASTEEN, Bernice V. (Klinefelter); b: 14Feb1896, Brown Co., Il.; d: 26Oct1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: West Side Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: John Carlos Casteen on 5May1917 in Kansas, Il.; fa: Emanuel Klinefelter; mo: Nora Gillis. Husband preceded in death 29Nov1986. A resident of Versailles. Survived by three daughters: Joyce Workman and Esther Kleinlein, both of Versailles, and Mrs. Jack (Dolores) Kurtz of North Palm Beach, Fla.; two sisters: Doris McCoy of Mt. Sterling and Ruth Grover of Versailles; 11 grand and 17 g-grandchildren; and one g-g-grandchild. Preceded by an infant son, five brothers and one sister.

CASTEEN, J. Carlos; b: 19Nov1893, Brown Co., Il.; d: 20Nov1986, Rushville, Il.; bu: West Side Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: Berneice Klinefelter on 5May1917 (place not stated); fa: Otha H. Casteen; mo: Florence I. Eckler. A resident of Versailles. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Joyce Workman of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Lyle (Esther) Kleinlein of Versailles and Mrs. Jack (Dolores) Kurtz of North Palm Beach, Fla.; 11 grand, 16 g-grandchildren and one g-g-grandchild. Preceded by one brother and three sisters.

CASTEEN, Marie Louise; b: 4Mar1889, Versailles, Il.; d: 6Feb1979, West Palm Beach, Fla.; bu: Versailles, Il.; fa: Otha H. Casteen; mo: Florence Eckler. Survived by a brother: J. Carlos Casteen of Versailles; three nieces and a nephew. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CASTER, Robert L. "Beanie"; b: 9Jul1929, Beardstown, Il.; d: 25Feb1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: North Sugar Grove Cemetery family lot, near Rushville, Il.; m: Barbara Jean Baker on 24Nov1955 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Lawrence Mitchell Caster; mo: Ruth A. Wright. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; a sister: Norma Caster Madden of Beardstown; and several cousins.

CASTLEBERRY, Carl E.: b: (not stated); d: 17Jul1987, Tucson, Ariz.; bu: McNeal, Ariz.; m: (not stated); fa: Silas Castleberry; mo: Mamie (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; a son; a granddaughter; and two sisters: Mrs. Lloyd Strowmatt and Mrs. Shirley Westnedge, both of White Hall. Preceded by his parents, two sisters and a brother.

CASTLEBERRY, Charles E.; b: 22Dec1923, White Hall, Il.; d: 13Nov1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Amber Hicks on 9Feb1943 in Clayton, Mo.; fa: David Castleberry; mo: Ona Ball. A resident of Meredosia. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Norma Jean Vieira of Jacksonville; a granddaughter: Clara Jean Waggener; and a grandson: Chuckie Powers of Jacksonville; one g-g-grandson: Joshua Donald Waggener of Jacksonville; four brothers: Orval and Edward of Jacksonville, Franklin of Hannibal and Frank of Oklahoma; three sisters: Loretta Jackson of Chambersburg, Betty Newingham of California and Shirley Hazelwood of Roodhouse. Preceded by a sister: Annabelle.

CASTLEBERRY, Ernest "Bubbles"; b: 13Jul1906, near Modesto, Il.; d: 25Nov1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery; fa: Eddie Castleberry; mo: Ruth Eades. A resident of Modesto, Il. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Lea Ruth Drum and Mrs. Fern Newberry, both of Modesto; a brother: Troy of Waverly; and several nieces and nephews.

CASTLEBERRY, Margaret G. (Wyatt); b: 14Nov1913, Greene Co., Il.; d: 15Mar1976, White Hall, Il.; bu: Jones Cemetery, east of White Hall, Il.; m: Dave Castleberry (date and place not stated); fa: Glenn Wyatt; mo: Mary May. Husband preceded in death. Survived by three children: Gleen E. Axley and Robert T. Axley, both of White Hall, and Mrs. Mary E. McGee of Bloomington; and six grandchildren.

CASTLEBERRY, Mary Jean (Sanders); b: 31May1951 (place not stated); d: 19Jul1979, Illinois River; bu: Bowers Cemetery, near Alsey Il.; m: Donald Lee Castleberry on 8Jun1969 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Frank Sanders; mo: Della Hepworth. A resident of Alsey, Il. Survived by her husband; her parents of Alsey; five children: Donna Jean, Della Louise, Delores Michelle, Delissa Suzanna and Donald Lee, all at home; seven brothers and sisters: Robert A. Sanders, Thomas Sanders, David Sanders, Paul Sanders and Mrs. Gary (Debra) Wells, all of Alsey, Mrs. Robert (Kay) Woolridge of Pearl and Charles Sanders of Jacksonville; and a grandmother: Edna Bowns of Roodhouse. Preceded by a sister: Mary.

CASTLEBERRY, Nellie (Moore); b: 15Aug1896, Louisiana, Mo.; d: 31Aug1982, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: John Castleberry (date and place not stated); fa: Jacob Moore; mo: Martha Ann Brown. Husband preceded in death 22May1970. Survived by their children: Russell Castleberry, Roy Castleberry and Mrs. Martha Williams, all of White Hall, Mrs. Ruth Staats of Alton, Norman Castleberry of Alsey and Howard Castleberry of Marshall, Michigan; 36 grand and 41 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one daughter, two infant children, four sisters and four brothers.

CASTLEBERRY, Ona Bell ( Ball); b: 22Apr1902, Scott Co., Il.; d: 22Apr1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: David Castleberry on 16Mar1920 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Leslie Ball; mo: Arvilla Franklin. Husband preceded in death in 1955. A resident of rural Jacksonville; formerly of Florence, Il. Survived by these children: Orval Lee of Griggsville, Charles of Meredosia, Frank of Medora, Betty Newingham of Bakersfield, Calif., Franklin C. of Barry, Loretta Jackson and Edward, both of Jacksonville, and Shirley Hazelwood of Roodhouse; 34 grand and 18 g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Viola Meado of Jacksonville and Mae Whewell of Neelyville. Preceded by a two sons, one daughter and a brother.

CASTLEBERRY, Orville Lee "Dutch"; b: 13Mar1921, White Hall, Il.; d: 25Mar1994, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: 1) Betty Lawson; and 2) Beverly McGlasson (dates and places not stated); fa: David Castleberry; mo: Ona Belle Ball. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Currently making his home with Ruth Hicks, he is survived by three sons: Orval Castleberry, Jr. of Roodhouse Leslie Castleberry of Ft. Meyers, Fla., and Danny Castleberry of Lebanon, Mo.; two daughters: Marilyn Brooks and Orvilla Castleberry, both of Hannibal, Mo.; nine grand and seven g-grandchildren; two brothers: Edward Castleberry of Jacksonville and Franklin Castleberry of Pittsfield; and two sisters: Loretta Jackson of Bluffs and Shirley Hazelwood of Roodhouse. Preceded by four brothers: Leslie, Clarence, Chuck and Frank; and two sisters: Anna Bell Reddington and Betty Newingham.

CASTLEBERRY, Ray Eugene "Pete"; b: 25Jan1929, White Hall, Il.; d: 21Apr1982, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Dixie L. Jones on 15Oct1955 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Silas Castleberry; mo: Mamie Woolridge. Korean War vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Lora, at home; and one grandchild: Mandy Rae; three sisters: Mildred Young of Alton, Mrs. Shirley (Glyndola) Westnedge and Mrs. Lloyd (Mardell) Strowmatt, both of White Hall. Preceded by one sister.

CASTLEBERRY, Russell; b: 26Oct1921, White Hall, Il.; d: 9Nov1992, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: John Castleberry; mo: Nellie Moore. Survived by four daughters: Mrs. Robert (Kay) Brooks of Roodhouse, Janet Meredith of Jerseyville and Patty Goode and Debbie Settles, both of White Hall; three sons: Donald Castleberry of Springfield and Ronald and Billy Castleberry, both of Roodhouse; 17 grand and six g-grandchildren; two sisters: Martha Williams of White Hall and Mrs. Gilbert (Ruth) Staats of Alton; three brothers: Roy of White Hall, Norman of Roodhouse and Harold of Union City, Mich.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter: Kathy Castleberry; one grandson; and one sister: Katherine Herrin.

CASTLEBERRY, Troy C.; b: 1Feb1908, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 31Mar1985, Springfield, Il.; bu: Pulliam Cemetery; m: Gracie Hunter on 14Jun1962 (place not stated); fa: Eddie Ernest Castleberry; mo: Charity Ruth Eads. A resident of rural Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Troy "Bud" Castleberry of Las Vegas, Nev.; one daughter: Zelma Toler of Decatur; and one step-son: Ray Hunter of the U.S. Army; four grand and two g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Lea Ruth Drum of Palmyra and Fern Newberry of Modesto. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CASTO, Melissa A.; b: 25Oct1985, Quincy, Il.; d: 17Jan1986, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; fa: Thomas Edward Ohnemus; mo: Mary Ann Casto. Survived by her mother of Barry; her father of Quincy; maternal grandfather and step-grandmother: Lloyd and Lois Casto of Barry; maternal grandmother: Barbara Casto of Columbus, Ohio; paternal grandparents: Dale and Sandy Ohnemus of Quincy; great-grandparents: Mrs. Doris Davis of Pittsfield and Mrs. Mary J. Casto of Columbus, Ohio.

CASWELL, Edith E. (Yancy); b: 24Feb1898, Yatesville, Il.; d: 31May1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ashland, Il.; m: Thomas A. Caswell on 3apr1930 in Ashland, Il.; fa: William Henry Yancy; mo: Annie Elizabeth Goodell. Husband preceded in death 6Dec1953. A resident of the Walker Nursing Home in Virginia, Il.; formerly of Ashland, Il. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by five brothers and a sister.

CATALANA, Alice E. (Vaniter); b: (not stated); d: 15Jan1978, Springfield, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Joseph Catalana on 28Dec1931 (place not stated); fa: Alva Vaniter; mo: Cora Surratt. Husband preceded in death 11Aug1972. Survived by these children: Virginia Oldridge, Marianne Smith, Joanna Sowa, Carmella Sandberg, Nancy Daugherty and Helen Catalana, all of Springfield, and John, Andrew, Joseph Jr., Vita, Peter, Anthony and Thomas, all of Springfield; 28 grand and two g-grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: Betty Magoes of Chicago, Carol Stevens of Citrus Heights, Calif., William and Robert Vaniter, both of Chapin, Lois Vaniter of Jacksonville, and Alva Vaniter of Merritt. Preceded by a daughter: Frances Smith; and a grandson: Anthony Smith, Jr.

CATE, Florean (Parrack); b: 5Jul1910, Adams Co., Il.; d: 24Jan1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Walter Cate on 8Sep1948 in Pike Co., Il.; fa: Walter Parrack; mo: Mattie Ford. Husband preceded in death in 1989. Survived by one step-son: Ronald Cate of Tucson, Ariz.; one step-daughter: Phyllis Peterson of Plainfield; two sisters: Helen Flick of Barry and Florence Parks of Quincy; five step-grand and six step-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

CATE, Walter; b: 12Aug1901, Streator, Il.; d: 17May1989, Quincy, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Florean Parrack in 1948 at Napolean, Ohio; fa: Robert Cate; mo: Mary (surname not stated). A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Ronald of Wild Roe, Wisc.; a daughter: Phyllis Peterson of Plainfield; five grand and three g-grandchildren; and a brother: Wynfield of Streator.

CATES, Drew; b: 23Aug1982, Jerseyville, Il.; d: 20Feb1983, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Lakeview Memorial Gardens; fa: Jack F. Cates; mo: Nancy Marie Mathews. Survived by his parents; one sister: Jill Travia; and two brother: Denny Lee and Paul Travis, all at home; his grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Snyder of Fulton and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mathews of Milstadt; his great-grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Frank Todd of Bell, Mo., and Mrs. Aleda Mathews.

CATES, Ruth M. (Kimes); b: 17Apr1909, Fayetteville, Ark.; d: 24Dec1990, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Summit Grove Cemetery, near Kampsville, Il.; m: 1) Louis Alfred Goodall in 1930; and 2) Robert Cates in 1939 (places not stated); fa: Thomas Reese Kimes; mo: Rosie Lee Fry. 1st husband preceded in death in 1933; 2nd in 1975. Survived by a daughter: Betty Triplett of Pearl; 12 grand, 19 g-grand and 3 g-g-grandchildren; three sisters: Ruby Russell of Bowling Green, Mo., Ruie Williams of Alice, Tex., and Madeline Sullivan of Pear Blossom, Calif.; and four brothers: John and William Kimes, both of California, Carl Kimes of Orlando, Fla., and George Kimes of Arizona. Preceded by two daughter; one son; one grandson; one granddaughter; one g-granddaughter; one sister; and three brothers.

CATES, Shirley June (Conner); b: 5Feb1936, Virginia, Il.; d: 27Nov1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Roy Conner; mo: June Mullen. Husband preceded in death in 1962. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by two daughters: Susan and Cindy, both at home; two sisters: Mrs. Frank (Bertha) Blair of Chandlerville and Mrs. Earl (Annie) Scott of Virginia; and three brothers: Bill Conner of Hayworth, Jesse Conner of Hannah City and Everett Mullen of Virginia. Preceded by a sister.

CATHERS, Gertrude L. (Carson); b: 28Feb1936, Neoga, Il.; d: 16Oct1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: George "Ray" Cathers on 9May1954 in Belleville, Il.; fa: Charles T. Carson; mo: Acenath Price. A resident of Hillview, Il. Survived by her husband; three sons: George Jr. and Charles Lee, both of White Hall, and Ricky Ray of Lincoln; and six grandchildren. Preceded by one sister: Patti-Jo Kessinger.

CATLETT, A. V.; b: 8Apr1909, Annada, Mo.; d: 6Mar1983, Pleasant Hill, Il.; bu: Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, Mo.; fa: Zeph Catlett; mo: Lucretia Kitson. WWII vet. Survived by one brother: Robert Catless of Austrailia; and three sisters: Mrs. Hazel Sapp of Quincy, Mrs. Goldie Ramsour of Palo Alton, Calif., and Mrs. Lucille VanDyke of St. Louis, Mo.

CATLETT, Alene (Dugger); b: 26Feb1897, Scottville, Il.; d: 13Aug1990, Colorado Springs, Colo.; bu: (not stated); m: Gilbert L. Catlett (date and place not stated); fa: Edgar Dugger; mo: Mary Hewitt. Husband preceded in death. Survived by two children: Robert Hewitt Catlett and Mary Catlett Wilkerson, both of Colorado Springs; and three grandchildren.

CAUDLE, Alma Whitaker (Talkington); b: 5Apr1900, Athensville, Il.; d: 11Oct1988, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Richwoods Cemetery, east of Roodhouse, Il.; m: 1) George Whitaker (date and place not state); and 2) William Caudle in 1923 (place not stated); fa: Jacob Talkington; mo: Sarah Emmons. 1st husband preceded in death in 1921; 2nd in 1944. A resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by a daughter: Helen Gilleland of Jacksonville; a son: George Caudle of Palmyra; seven grand, 11 g-grandchildren and two g-g-grandchildren; and a brother: Kenneth Talkington of White Hall. Preceded by a son: Otis Caudle.

CAUGHLAN, A. Bentley; b: 1Jul1894, Plainville, Il.; d: 29Jan1982, Cape Coral, Florida; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Agnes Porter on 20Jun1920 (place not stated); fa: Charles Caughlan; mo: Anna Long. Wife preceded in death. A resident of Pittsfield. Survived by a son: John of Webster Groves, Mo.; one daughter: Jeanette McCue of Lincoln, Il.; one brother: Fred of Pittsfield; two sisters: Miss Ruth Caughland and Mrs. Helen Anderson of Midland, Tex.; and nine grandchildren.

CAUGHLAN, Martha (Geisendorfer); b: 21Nov1899, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 1Mar1990, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Oakwood Cemetery; m: John Caughland (date and place not stated); fa: John Geisendorfer; mo: Amelia Kock. Husband preceded in death 4Jan1971. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by a son: Wesley Caughlan of Pittsfield; one grandson; Steve Caughlan; and one g-granddaughter: Amy of Pittsfield. Preceded by three brothers and five sisters.

CAUGHLAN, Wesley; b: 6Apr1923, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 6Feb1992, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Mildred Irick on 23Nov1947 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: John Caughlan; mo: Martha Geisendorfer. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Steve Caughlan of Pittsfield; and two granddaughters. Preceded by his parents.

CAUSEY, Bernice; b: 3Jun1914, Greenville, Il.; d: 19Nov1995, White Hall, Il.; bu: Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Greenville, Il.; fa: William R. Causey; mo: Bertha M. Gottgetreu. A former resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by a sister: Juanita J. Roth of Mt. Sterling; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: David and Lee Causey; and a sister: Wenonah Love.

CAUSIER, Florence (Russell); b: (not stated); d: 12Nov1976, Vancouver, British Columbia; bu: (not stated); m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Roodhouse, Il.; was 78 years of age at death. Survived by a brother: Thomas Russell of Jacksonville, formerly of the Roodhouse area.

CAVALERI, Anna; b: 7Jan1911, Chicago, Il.; d: 28Feb1985, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; fa: Camelo Cavaleri; mo: Teressa Countare. Survived by a sister: Angie Geordans of Chicago.

CAVANAUGH, Monroe F.; b: (not stated); d: 3Mar1981, Tuscola, Il.; bu: Arthur, Il.; m: Pearl (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of 227 West Chambers, Jacksonville, Il. (No survivors listed)

CAVANESS, Frederick G.; b: 24Jan1916, Alto Pas, Union Co., Il.; d: 15Apr1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Elizabeth Manz on 11Jan1942 (place not stated); fa: Fred Cavaness; mo: Anna Belle Kinder. WWII Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Jay (Ann) Correll of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and a brother: Frank Cavaness of Anna. Preceded by three sisters.

CAVE, Ada; b: (not stated); d: Apr1985, Muncie, Indiana; bu: Hall Cemetery, Muncie, Indiana; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Survived by at least one sister: Mrs. Ottis Axe of Jacksonville; and two nieces: Mrs. Minor Prather of Jacksonville and Mrs. Gary Thomson of Palmyra.

CAVE, Edmund Lee "Tag"; b: (date not stated), Philadelphia, Il.; d: 27Jul1979, Peoria, Il.; bu: Peoria, Il.; m: Virginia Doering (date and place not stated); fa: John E. Cave; mo: Hannah Black. A resident of Peoria Heights, Il.; was 53 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; five step-children; a brother: Dewy Cave of Virginia; three sisters: Hazel Houston of Peoria, Elizabeth Phelps of Alton and Thelma Briggs of Parker, Colo. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CAVE, Floyd E.; b: 27Nov1914, Port Hope, Michigan; d: 3May1983, Cochran, Georgia; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: 1) Thelma Diler in 1935 (place not stated); and 2) Betty Stephens (date and place not stated); fa: George Cave; mo: Minnie Wills. First wife preceded in death in 1973. A former resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Eugene of Monks Corner, S.C.; two daughters: Barbara Richards of Winterhaven, Fla., and Eleanor Miner of Borger, Tex.; three step-daughters: Joyce Brand of Tulsa, Okla., Bonnie Engelist of Cochran, Ga., and Brenda Sanford of Albany, Ga.; nine grand and two g-grandchildren and eight step-grandchildren.

CAVE, Gary L.; b: 31Jan1960, Beardstown, Il.; d: 9Aug1995, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Dewey E. Cave, Sr.; mo: Jessie Darlene Dudley. Survived by his father of Virginia; one brother: Dewey E. Cave, Jr. of Virginia; two sisters: Mrs. James (Jewell) Braner of Arcadia and Lora Jo Cave of Virginia; two nieces and one nephew. Preceded by his mother in 1993.

CAVE, Helen E. (Duff); b: 29Oct1900, Pleasant Plains, Il.; d: 28Aug1979, Springfield, Il.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Dewey Cave (date and place not stated); fa: John Duff; mo: Harriett Mitchell. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Pleasant Plains. Survived by her husband; two sons: Alvin D. of Creve Coeur and Roy L. of Springfield; two sisters: Mrs. Lula Hutchinson of Newington, Conn., and Mrs. Agnes Lyman of Oklahoma City, Okla.; 15 grand and 11 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son, a daughter, a brother, and two sisters.

CAVE, J. Darlene (Dudley); b: 21Dec1926, Mason Co., Il.; d: 2Jul1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Dewey E. Dave on 6Apr1946 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Jessie Dudley; mo: Lora Bingham. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Dewey E. Cave, Jr. (wife, Patti) and Gary L. Cave, both of Virginia; two daughters: Mrs. James (Jewel) Braner of Arcadia and Mrs. John (Lora Jo) Green of Virginia; three grandchildren; two brothers: Charles Irvin Dudley of Virginia and Lloyd Dudley of Yuba City, Calif.; one sister: Mary E. Lyons of Virginia; and ten nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents.

CAVE, Mary L. (Price); b: 8Mar1923, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 12Jan1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Emir Cave, Sr. (date and place not stated); fa: Reason Price; mo: Janie Mae Lewis. Husband preceded in death in 1958. A resident of Jacksonville. Survived by two daughters: Beulah Cave of Springfield and Mary Cave of Jacksonville; three sons: William Cave and Emir Cave, Jr., both of Springfield, and Elmer Cave of Jacksonville; 18 grand and 11 g-grandchildren; three sisters: Helen Williams of Jacksonville, Mildred Price of Louisiana, Mo. and Julia Price of Kansas City, Mo.; and one brother: Robert Price of Detroit, Mich.

CAWTHON, David Lee "Butch"; b: 1Jan1946, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 7May1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield; fa: Glenn Cawthon; mo: Pauline Miller Watkins. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by four brothers: Buzz and Gerald Cawthon, both of Griggsville, Mike Cawthon of Watseka and Steve Cawthon of Chambersburg; five sisters: Betty Shoemaker, Barbara Patterson, Sharon Hurst, all of Perry, Brenda Mowens of Fishhook and Carol Bradshaw of Troy, Mo.; several nieces and nephews; and two aunts. Preceded by his parents; two brothers: Glenn and Richard Cawthon; and two uncles.

CAWTHON, Earl C.: b: 5May1903, Griggsville, Il.; d: 11Jul1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Gray Cemetery, New Salem, Il.; m: Eva Marie Cawthon on 22Aug1936 in Vandalia, Mo.; fa: William C. Cawthon; mo: Charlotte Phillips. A resident of New Salem, Il. Survived by his wife; one sister: Velma Hartsock of Hannibal, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three sisters: Mabel Rupp and Mildred and Thelma Cawthon; and six brothers: Donald, Fred, Winfred, Walter, Watson and Elmer Cawthon.

CAWTHON, Edna (Haffner); b: 31Jan1923, Browning, Il.; d: 24Mar1991, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: 1) George B. O'Hara (date and place not stated); and 2) Richard Cawthon in 1960 (place not stated); fa: Roy Haffner; mo: Myrtle Robertson. Both husbands preceded in death. Survived by three sons: Michael O'Hara of Tifton, Ga., Patrick and Timothy O'Hara, both of Beardstown; and six grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Ricky Cawthon.

CAWTHON, Harold Lyndle; b: 30Sep1910, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 16Mar1981, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Mildred Jackson on 18Dec1933 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Frank Cawthon; mo: Sara Ryan. Survived by his wife; six sons: Frank of Jacksonville, Larry of Bloomington, Jack of Pittsfield, Wayne of Baylis, Jim of New Salem and Ronnie of Normal; one daughter: Mrs. Robert (Karen) Dehart of New Salem; 20 grand and two g-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Hazel Jones of Pearl and two brother: Paul of Overland, Mo. and Roy of St. Louis, Mo. Preceded by two sisters and three brothers.

CAWTHON, Richard E.; b: 9Dec1918, Valley City, Il.; d: 31Dec1984, Griggsville, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Edna Haffner O'Hara on 31Aug1960 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Ray Cawthon; mo: Helen Cook. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; three step-sons: Mike, Pat and Tim O'Hara of Beardstown; six step-grandchildren; one niece; and one aunt. Preceded by his parents; one son: Ricky Ray Cawthon on 4Dec1982; one sister; and one brother.

CAWTHON, Richard K. "Rick"; b: 3Apr1951, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 28Aug1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Glenn Cawthon; mo: Pauline Miller. Survived by his mother: Mrs. Pauline Watkins of Pittsfield; five sisters: Mrs. Betty Shoemaker, Mrs. Sharon Hurst and Mrs. Barbara Patterson of Perry, Mrs. Brenda Mowens of Fishhook and Mrs. Carol Bradshaw of Pittsfield; and six brothers: Glenn, Jr. of Marblehead, Buzz and Gerald of Griggsville, Mike of Danville, Butch of Pittsfield and Steve of Perry. Preceded by his father.

CAWTHON, Rick Ray; b: 30Sep1961, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 4Dec1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: Richard E. Cawthon; mo: Edna O'Hara. A resident of Griggsville. Survived by his parents of Griggsville; three half-brothers: Mike, Pat, and Tim Oh'Hara, all of Beardstown.

CAWTHON, William E. "Shorty"; b: 6Jul1956, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 18May1989, Barry, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Robert L. Cawthon; mo: Carolina M. Spann. Survived by five daughters: Holly Duesenberry of Barry, Amanda Cawthon of Quincy, Jamie Cawthon, Shawna Cawthon and Bill Cawthon, all of Barry; two sons: Darrin Cawthon of Kinderhook and Aaron Cawthon of Quincy; three sisters: Eva MacDonald of Pittsfield, Maxine Cawthon of Baylis and Donna Cawthon of Barry; three brothers: Robert and Gary of Barry and John of Baylis; his mother; his step-father: Bill Lee; his fiancÚ: JoDeanne Miller of Barry; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Preceded by his father.

CAYWOOD, Bryan S.; b: 17Aug1898, Luray, Mo.; d: 13Dec1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; fa: Robert Caywood; mo: Mary Smith. Survived by two sisters: Erma L. Glancy of Jacksonville and Clarice Brockhouse of Chapin; and one brother: Robert of Concord. Preceded by five sisters and two brothers.

CAYWOOD, Ionia I.; b: (date not stated), Old Princeton, Cass Co., Il.; d: 28Nov1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: James Caywood; mo: Caroline Denny. The last of her immediate family, she is survived only by cousins.

CAYWOOD, Robert E.; b: 30Oct1908, Virginia, Il.; d: 12Nov1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; m: Mary B. Brockhouse on 14Jun1930 (place not stated); fa: Robert Edward Caywood; mo: Mary Elizabeth Smith. Wife preceded in death in April, 1968. A resident of rural Chapin, Il. Survived by a son: Robert Allen Caywood of rural Chapin; a daughter: Mrs. Richard (Peggy Jean) Brennan of Park Ridge; six grandchildren; three g-grandchildren; two sisters: Erma Glancy of Jacksonville and Clarice Brockhouse of Chapin; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers; and three sisters.


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