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.


CEARLOCK, Lila L. (Kirk); b: 23Mar1935, Lake Wood, Il.; d: 27Apr1995, Lincoln, Il.; bu: McInturff Cemetery, Vandalia, Il.; m: Keith Cearlock on 12May1956 in Decatur, Il.; fa: Ralph Kirk; mo: Mildred Fore. Husband preceded in death 28Apr1995. A resident of Lincoln; formerly of Jacksonville and Arenzville. Survived by her mother; one son: Doug Cearlock of Alaska; one daughter: Glenda Ashworth of Virginia; two brothers: Robert and Lowell Kirk; one sister: Louise Elder; and seven grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Brian.

CEARLOCK, Marion Keith; b: 17Jun1933, Fayette Co., Il.; d: 28Apr1995, Springfield, Il.; bu: McInturff Cemetery, Vandalia, Il.; m: Lila L. Kirk on 12May1956 in Decatur, Il.; fa: Charles Cearlock; mo: Madaline (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death 27Apr1995. A resident of Lincoln; formerly of Jacksonville and Arenzville. Army vet. Survived by one son: Doug Cearlock of Alaska; one daughter: Glenda Ashworth of Virginia; one brother: Darrel; four sisters: Mildred, Gladys, Opal and Wilma; and seven grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Brian; and two sisters.

CECIL, Michael S.; b: 7Mar1991, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 15Aug1993, Wood River, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; fa: Stanley N. Cecil; mo: Kathy Jones. Survived by his father of Roodhouse; his mother of Wood River; his paternal grandparents: Ruby L. Roberts of Ft. Smith, Ark., and Jerald W. Cecil of Ft. Smith, Ark.; maternal grandparents: William J. and Gwenda Kay Jones of Eldred; paternal great-grandmother: Bessie L. Moore of Carrollton; maternal great-grandmothers: Katherine Plackett of Carrollton and Margaret Jones of Thackerville, Okla; maternal great-great-grandparents: Buck and Lillie Powell of White Hall; and a sister: December Lee Bennett, at home. Preceded by his great-grandfather: William R. Jones.

CELCER, Charles Clayton; b: 27Mar1966, El Paso, Tex.; d: 18Nov1994, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Belltown, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Ed Fisher; mo: Connie White. Survived by his parents of White Hall; one daughter: Amanda Jane Celcer of Jacksonville; maternal grandmother: Pauline Verranault of Jacksonville; step-grandmother: Phyllis Fisher of Jacksonville; two half-sisters: Michele Flecther of Jacksonville and Christine Wallis of White Hall; one half-brother: Ethan Fisher of White Hall; and one step-brother: Stacey Fisher of Jacksonville.

CERNAVA, Betty (Van Hyning); b: (not stated); d: 15Mar1979, Magnolia, Ohio; bu: Magnolia, Ohio; m: John Cernava (date and place not stated); fa: Lewis Van Hyning; mo: Verna Masters. A former resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by her husband; five brothers: Charles Van Hyning of Glenview, Clyde and Bill Van Hyning of Jacksonville, Roy Van Hyning of Decatur and Richard Van Hyning of Moline; four sisters: Rosemary Rabeneau of California, Josephine Orris of Michigan, Marjorie Wright and Pat Beavers, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CERNECH, Carolyn Ann (Myers); b: 26Dec1950, Kansas City, Mo.; d: 24Mar1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Chapin, Il.; m: Richard D. Cernech on 1Jul1972 in Kansas City, Mo.; fa: Richard W. Meyers; mo: Patricia McLeese. A resident of Chapin, Il. Survived by her husband; three daughters: Karen Eileen, Darlene Jeanette and Loretta Nicole, all at home; one son: Richard Alexander, at home; her parents of Floral City, Fla.; four brothers: James Meyers of Tracy, Calif., Gary Meyers of Germantown, Md., Robert Meyers of Monrovia, Md., and Edward Meyers of Arlington, Va.; and five sisters: Deborah Lund of Lee's Summitt, Mo., Nancy Straub of Kansas City, Mo., Patricia Novak of Mt. Airy, Md., Mary Jane Morris of Jacksonville, N.C., and Anne Carty of Greensboro, N.C.

CERNY, Rose (Preslicka); b: 24Aug1896, Chicago, Il.; d: 5Dec1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Frank Cerny in June, 1919 at Chicago, Il.; fa: Thomas Preslicka; mo: Ann Kandeliner. Husband preceded in death in 1961. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Clarence (Esther) DeOrnellas of Jacksonville; three grandchildren and four g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Antoinette Hynes of Hopkins, Minn., and Mrs. Anna Peterson of Chicago; and a number of nieces and nephews. Preceded by a son: Frank Charles, who died in WWII.

CHADSEY, Ethel B. (Lamb); b: (date not stated), Arenzville, Il.; d: 1Jun1981, Cheyenne, Wyoming; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: William Lamb; mo: Martha Shepard. A former resident of Beardstown, she lived with her daughter in Cheyenne. She was 83 years of age at death. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. John L. (Janice) Burns of Cheyenne; a grandson; a granddaughter; three g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Lula Wright of Beardstown and Mrs. Eve Wight of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews.

CHADWICK, George W.; b: 30Sep1908, Noble, Okla.; d: 8Jul1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Mary Haber on 5Jul1941 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: William Chadwick; mo: Osta Myrtle King. Survived by his wife; one sister: Sarah King of Murphy, Ore. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CHAIROTINO, Frank D.: b: 12Oct1909, DuQuion, Il.; d: 9May1994, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: St. Andrew Cemetery, Christopher, Il.; m: Mary Arodo in 1940 at St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Joseph Chairotino; mo: Catherine Vironda. Wife preceded in death in January, 1985. Survived by one sister: Margaret Sala of West Frankfort; one brother: Domonic Chairotino of Christopher; and several nieces and nephew. Preceded by his parents; and one sister: Minnie Elliott.

CHAIROTINO, Mary A. (Arnodo); b: 21Feb1908, Christopher, Il.; d: 13Jan1987, Jacksonville, Il. (Barton Stone Home); bu: St. Andrew's Cemetery, Christopher, Il.; m: Frank "Red" Chairotino on 12Oct1940 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Alex Arnodo; mo: Elvira Nonchvile. A former resident of Chicago, Il. Survived by her husband; her mother of Jacksonville; a sister: Mrs. Louis (Emma) Pessina of Jacksonville; and a niece: Mrs. Warren (Elvera) Barrow of Pittsfield.

CHALFANT, Christina H.; b: 31Oct1927, Knob Noster, Mo.; d: 26Apr1991, Rushville, Il.; bu: Knob Noster, Mo.; fa: Harold Chalfant; mo: Madge Thurston. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by four brothers: Dean Chalfant of Sandwich, Earl Chalfant of Brookville, Penn., Chester Chalfant of Topeka, Kans., and Marvin Chalfant of Cowden; and two sisters: Mary Caulk and Thelma Chalfant, both of St. Louis. Preceded by her parents; two brothers; and one sister.

CHALLANDES, Freda I. (Curtis); b: 19Apr1908, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 10Jul1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Julius Challandes in 1929 (place not stated); fa: James H. Curtis; mo: Mary Jane Buckner. Husband preceded in death 31Aug1978. Survived by three sons: Julius Challandes of Pekin and Wayne Challandes of Modesto; two daughters: Mrs. Curtis (Eva) Walden of Carrollton and Mrs. Danny (Wanda) Pedigo of Springfield; 17 grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by a bother and three sisters.

CHALLANDES, Julius; b: 25Feb1908, Philadelphia, Pa.; d: 31Aug1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Freda Curtis in 1929 (place not stated); fa: Julius Challandes; mo: Freda Hugh. Survived by his wife; these children: Mrs. Curtis (Eva) Walden of Carrollton, Mrs. Danny (Wanda) Pedigo of Greenfield, Julius Challandes, Jr. of Bethalto, Ervin Challandes of Pekin and Wayne Challandes of Modesto; a brother: Walter Challandes of Gold Hill, Ore.; 17 grand and five g-grandchildren.

CHALLANS, George Tom; b: 6May1905, Waverly, Il.; d: 7Oct1982, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Fay Tosh on 5Jun1926 in Carlinville, Il.; fa: Joseph Challans; Mo; Fannie Robson. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Janice Grizzle of Jerseyville and Elsie Mae Servi of Carlinville; eight grand and eight g-grandchildren; and a sister: Arnetta Challans of Chicago.

CHALLANS, Mary L. (Barter); b: (not stated); d: 18Aug1981, Springfield, Il.; bu: Auburn, Il.; m: Ernest Challans (date and place not stated); fa: Richard Barter; mo: Elnora (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1973. A former resident of Jacksonville; was 83 years of age at death. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Eleanore Ozarhauski of Springfield; two grand and four g-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one son, two sisters and three brothers.

CHALLANS, Richard Earl; b; 3Jan1892, Waverly, Il.; d: 21Oct1979, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Nola Cloud on 5Feb1913 (place not stated); fa: John Challans; mo: (not stated). Wife preceded in death 7Feb1971. A resident of Auburn; formerly of Waverly. Survived by one daughter: Helen Challans of Auburn; and one sister: Mrs. Nellie Colson of LaCanada, Calif.

CHALLANS, Truman W.; b: 9Dec1905, Illinois; d: 18Mar1984, Virden, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Tessie Madeline (only information provided); fa: Walter Scott Challans; mo: Susan Jones. Wife preceded in death. Survived by two sisters: Elsie Teele and Lillian Jumper of Long Beach, Calif.

CHALLY, B. Katherine (Spickley); b: 13Jan1884, Strasburg, Va.; d: 22Sep1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (remains donated to medical science); m: (not stated); fa: Samuel Edward Spickley; mo: Florence Beeler. Survived by four sons: Hugh Chally of Sacramento, Calif., Homer Chally of Pilot Hill, Calif., A. Edward Chally of Davis, Calif., and Clyde Chally of Austin, Texas; and one daughter: Mrs. Hugh A. (Anne) Burkhalter of Portland, Oregon.

CHALMERS, Wilma L. (Lindsay); b: 30Jan1901, Union, Ind.; d: 16Nov1989, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: St. Paul's cemetery, Odell, Il.; m: William Denman; and 2) Harry D. Chalmers (dates and places not stated); fa: John Lindsay; mo: Lucetta Hornbrook. 1st husband preceded in death in 1926; 2nd in 1988. A resident of Pittsfield; formerly of Pontiac. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Guy (Betty) Carleton of Pittsfield and Virginia Stumborg of Chicago; three grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by two grandsons and two brothers.

CHAMBERLAIN, A. V. "Aaron"; b: 19Jan1898, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 24Dec1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Sue Easley on 18Oct1919 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Lewis Chamberlain; mo: Millis Wills. Wife preceded in death 16Aug1984. WWI Army vet. Survived by three sons: Aaron Lee and Kyle, both of Pittsfield, and Neal of Hoopeston; three daughters: Mrs. Paul (Ruth) Weil of Pittsfield, Mrs. Clay (Esther) Kircher of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. A. (Marilyn) Mathews of Liberty; 20 grand and 25 g-grandchildren; and three sisters: Elizabeth Plummer of Watseka, Phila Nestrick of Quincy and Eloise Higgins of Warrensburg, Mo. Preceded by two infant daughters; one son; and three brothers.

CHAMBERLAIN, Aaron L.; b: 17Aug1920, New Canton, Il.; d: 14Apr1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: June R. Carrel on 20Dec1940 in Pittsfield; fa; Aaron V. Chamberlain; mo: Sue Easley. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Martha Chamberlain of Jacksonville, Mary Chamberlain of Quincy and Mrs. George (Edith) Hermens of Pittsfield; two sons: David Chamberlain of Jacksonville and Dan Chamberlain of Pittsfield; six grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Paul (Ruth) Weil of Pittsfield, Mrs. Clay (Esther) Kircher of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jim (Marilyn) Mathews of Liberty; and two brothers: Kyle Chamberlain of Detroit and Neal Chamberlain of Hoopeston. Preceded by two sisters: Mary Betty and Barbara Jean Chamberlain, both of whom died in infancy; and a brother: Tom Chamberlain.

CHAMBERLAIN, Bruce L.; b: 3Aug1941, Canton, Mo.; d: 23Oct1985, Peoria, Il.; bu: Knoxville, Il.; m: Sue Van Antwerp on 31Jul1983 (place not stated); fa: Louis Chamberlain; mo: Reeta Vestal. A resident of Knoxville; formerly of Bartonville, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Lee Chamberlain of Bartonville; a daughter: Felicia Chamberlain of Bartonville; two step-sons: Jay Thornton of Bartonville and Jim Van Antwerp of Knoxville; a step-daughter: Eula Van Antwerp of Knoxville; two grandchildren; two brothers: Ronald Chamberlain of Hastings, Neb., and Cecil Chamberlain of Aurora, Colo.; a step-sister; and a maternal grandmother: Elsie Clary of Edina, Mo.

CHAMBERLAIN, Burton; b: 12Oct1903, El Dara, Il.; d: 16Oct1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Laverne Unland on 20Dec1924 in Jacksonville; fa: Henry H. Chamberlain; mo: Phylora Hornbeck. A resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Robert (Virginia) Leinberger of Dixon; four grand and six g-grandchildren; the following brothers and sisters: his twin sister, Bernice Strubinger of Springfield, Minnie Muntman of Bluffs, June Curtis of Jacksonville, Russell of Pittsfield and Henry of Cameron, Mo. Preceded by a brother.

CHAMBERLAIN, Christopher Aaron; b: 20Feb1980, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 15Jul1992, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; fa: Gail Wayne Chamberlain; mo: Cynthia Lynne Bell. Survived by his parents of rural Pittsfield; one sister: Angie Chamberlain, at home; four grandparents: Gail and Patty Chamberlain of Nebo and John, Sr. and Ann Bell of Florissant, Mo., two great-grandparents: Aaron and Lucille Chamberlain of Nebo; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

CHAMBERLAIN, Dale Lewis; b: 6Mar1978, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1Jul1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Lawrence Chamberlain; mo: Vicky Nunes. A resident of Jacksonville. Survived by his parents; three brothers: Danny, David and Dennis of Jacksonville; a sister: Cathy of Jacksonville; and his grandmother: Lydia Nunes of Jacksonville.

CHAMBERLAIN, Donald R.; b: 18Feb1925, Newburg, Il.; d: 3Feb1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Wilma B. Brockhouse on 27Aug1954 in Cornith, Miss.; fa: Russell Chamberlain; mo: Helen Hayden. WWII Marine Corps vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Lance (Brenda) Erixon; and two grandchildren, all of Jacksonville.

CHAMBERLAIN, Edna M.; b: 5Jun1900, Time, Il.; d: 25Oct1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; fa: Wilson A. Chamberlain; mo: Maggie Brawdy. Survived by one brother: Aaron Chamberlain of Nebo; one sister: Hazel Dial of Denver, Colo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Russell; and one sister: Mildred.

CHAMBERLAIN, Lyle E. "Cotton"; b: 16Mar1905, Brown Co., Il.; d: 22Jul1979, Rushville, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Helen Snyder on 30Jun1925 in Keokuk, Iowa; fa: William Chamberlain; mo: Matilda Putnam. Wife preceded in death 6Dec1967. A resident of Mt. Sterling. Survived by four daughters: Mrs. Gail Finson of Pittsfield, Mrs. Shirley Zehule of Northbrook, Mrs. Matilda Bliss of Eagle Grove Ia., and Mrs. Greta Hopper of Deerfield; two sisters: Mrs. Wilma Reich and Mrs. Marie Jones, both of Mt. Sterling; 15 grand and 3 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a sister.

CHAMBERLAIN, Nelle Batis (Preble); b: 10May1901, New Salem, Il.; d: 24Jan1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Taylor-Martin Cemetery, El Dara, Il.; m: 1) Paul Batis (date and place not stated); and 2) Russell Chamberlain in April, 1937 at New Salem, Il.; fa: Harry E. Preble; mo: Nina Kennedy. Both husbands preceded in death; 2nd one on 29Dec1984. Survived by a nephew: Dr. Harry Eldon Preble of Joplin, Mo.; a cousin: Margaret Haun of Omaha, Neb.; a friend and companion: Pat Spann of Pittsfield, who lived wit her and care for her; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Roy Delbert Preble and W. X. Preble; three step-brothers; and two step-sisters.

CHAMBERLAIN, Reeta Mae (Vestal); b: 23Apr1904, Canton, Mo.; d: 15Jul1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Louis W. Chamberlain on 6Jun1928 in Canton, Mo.; fa: Thomas Sampson Walter J. Vestal; mo: Norma E. Johnson. Husband preceded in death 11Jan1984. A former resident of Barry. Survived by two sons: Ronald of Hastings, Neb., and Cecil of Denver, Colo.; several grand and great-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Bruce in October, 1985; three brothers; and one sister.

CHAMBERLAIN, Russell; b: 4Jul1906, near Time, Il.; d: 17Mar1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: Beulah Horton in 1930 at Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Wilson A. Chamberlain; mo: Maggie Brawdy. Wife preceded in death 10May1960. Survived by one son: Donald of Jacksonville; two sisters: Edna Chamberlain of Pittsfield and Hazel Dial of Denver, Colo.; one brother: Aaron of Nebo; two grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister.

CHAMBERLAIN, Russell H.; b: 11Jul1900, El Dara, Il.; d: 29Dec1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Taylor-Martin Cemetery; m: Nelle Preble of Arenzville in April, 1936 (place not stated); fa: Henry H. Chamberlain; mo: Lora Hornback. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; one brother: Henry H. Chamberlain of Cameron, Mo.; and three sisters: Mrs. Fred Muntman of Bluffs, Mrs. Howard Sytrubinger of Springfield and Mrs. John Curtis of Jacksonville. Preceded by his parents; two brothers: Edward Chamberlain of Galesburg and Burton Chamberlain of Bluffs.

CHAMBERLAIN, Stella M. (Race); b: 6Mar1912, Camden, Il.; d: 20Jun1944, East Peoria, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Edward Race; mo: Anna Carter. A former resident of Schuyler county. Survived by one son: Leslie Peterson of East Peoria; one daughter: Elizabeth Maloney of Washington; eight grand and numerous g-grand and g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters and one brother.

CHAMBERLAIN, Sue (Easley); b: 6Jun1898, El Dara, Il.; d: 16Aug1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Aaron Vine Chamberlain on 18Oct1919 in Quincy, Il.; fa: William Easley; mo: Esther Jacobs. Survived by her husband; three sons: Aaron Lee of Griggsville, Kyle of Pittsfield and Neal of Hoopston; three daughters: Mrs. Paul (Ruth) Weil of Pittsfield, Mrs. Clay (Esther) Kircher of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. A. (Marilyn) Mathews of Liberty; 20 grand and 21 g-grandchildren; and one sister: Edith Winters of Wichita, Kansas. Preceded by six brothers, two sisters, three children and one grandchild.

CHAMBERLIN, Helen Amanda (Rigg); b: 28Dec1896, Brown Co., Il.; d: 9Sep1979, Rushville, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: James Rollin Chamberlin on 27Jun1918 in Fargo, Il.; fa: William Rigg; mo: Mary Miller. Husband preceded in death 14Jul1975. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Lee (Mary) Dobbs of Timewell and two granddaughters. Preceded by a sister and a granddaughter.

CHAMBERS, Annabelle V.; b: (not stated); d: 23Dec1979, Winchester, Il. (Scott County Nursing Home); bu: Richmond Grove Cemetery, New Holland, Il.; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of New Holland, Il.; was 88 years of age at death. Survived by a son: John Chambers of Jacksonville; two grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and a sister: Mabel Been of Lincoln.

CHAMBERS, C. Dewey; b: 2Apr1898, Bluffs Springs, Il.; d: 22Jun1986, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Rose Mary Carls on 28Jun1920 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Charles E. Chambers; mo: Tilitha Miller. A resident of Bluffs Springs. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Jane Kalal of Warrensville and Helen Utter of Kankakee; one grandson: Thomas Utter of Baytown, Tex.; one granddaughter: Nancy Giovannini of Baytown, Tex.; one great-grandson: Shane Utter; one sister-in-law: Inez Chambers; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by one grandson: Robert Lee; one brother: Oscar; and two sisters: Ursula Payne and Lily Mays.

CHAMBERS, Gladys S. (Tolliver); b: 12Dec1938, near New Berlin, Il.; d: 12Apr1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Martin Chambers on 22Dec1957 in Berlin, Il.; fa: Leslie R. Tolliver; mo: Lala Dick. A resident of rural Pleasant Plains, Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Deborah Jean, at home; a son: Keith Leroy, at home; and four sisters: Irene Harney of Curran, Carol Lazenby of Hillsboro, Janet Spoor of Pleasant Plains, and Donna Jean Lewis of Louisville. Preceded by her parents and a brother: Leslie Tolliver, Jr.

CHAMBERS, Goldie M. (Bryan); b: 14May1897, Washington Co., Il.; d: 24Aug1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (body donated to medical science); m: George H. Chambers (date and place not stated); fa: Thomas E. Bryan; mo: Arminda Holley. Husband preceded in death. Survived by these children: Mrs. Doris Satterly of Ferguson, Mo., Mrs. Sue Stover of New York City and George C. Chambers of Chicago.

CHAMBERS, Inez (Jokisch); b: 15Jul1898, Bluff Springs, Il.; d: 13Dec1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Oscar Edwin Chambers on 2Apr1924 (place not stated); fa: John Phillip Jokisch; mo: Sarah Hackman. Husband preceded in death 28Aug1974. A resident of Bluff Springs, Il. Survived by a son: Charles (wife, Hazel) of rural Bluff Springs; three grandsons and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Roy, who was killed in WWII; two brothers; and four sisters.

CHAMBERS, John Robert; b: 13Jul1956, Carthage, Il.; d: 23Oct1984, Peoria, Il.; bu: Hillcrest Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: Kathy J. Horrom on 2Oct1982 in Bloomington, Il.; fa: Frank Chambers; mo: Doris Albers. A resident of Normal, Il. Survived by his wife; his parents of Lincoln, Nebraska; paternal grandmother: Mae Chambers of Bluffs; maternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Albers of Bluffs; and one sister: Marjorie Duffield of Rochester.

CHAMBERS, Keith L.; b: 3Apr1966, Springfield, Il.; d: 2Aug1987 (place not stated); bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Martin Chambers; mo: Gladys Tolliver. A resident of rural Pleasant Plains. Survived by his father and step-mother: Martin and Barbara Chambers of Pleasant Plains; one son: Justin Smock of Springfield; one sister: Mrs. Dave (Debbie) Atchison of New Berlin; three step-sisters: Mrs. Scott (Kim) Kerns of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Robert (Kara) Kummerow of Elmhurst and Krista Willis of Evanston; one nephew: Travis Lee of New Berlin; paternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Chambers of Berlin; step-grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Harold Ratliff of Ashland. Preceded by his mother: Gladys Chambers in 1982; and one step-brother.

CHAMBERS, Mae (Price); b: 1Dec1899, Oxville, Il.; d: 16Aug1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Hillcrest Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: William Chambers on 16Oct1922 (place not stated); fa: William Henry Price; mo: Ada Cox. Husband preceded in death in February, 1978. A resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by two sons: James (wife, Jean) Chambers of Jacksonville and Frank (wife, Doris) Chambers of Lincoln, Neb.; one daughter: Mrs. Glenn (Evelyn) Skinner of Virginia Beach, Va.; eight grand and 12 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: George Price; and one grandchild.

CHAMBERS, Richard D.; b: (not stated); d: 24May1976, Decatur, Il.; bu: Sullivan, Il.; m: Mary (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of the Meredosia-Naples area; was 53 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Sharon Bryan of Decatur, Mrs. Kay Baker of Sullivan and Racarda Lynn, at home; five grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Neva Garner of Quincy and Mrs. Wilma Howard of Lovington; and a brother: Robert of Meredosia.

CHAMBERS, Robert R.; b: 20Jul1924, Naples, Il.; d: 11Nov1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Betty Ann Ham on 24Dec1946 in Chambersburg, Il.; fa: Harold R. Chambers; mo: Flossie Nunn. A resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Ronald Chambers of Cooper City, Fla.; three grand and two step-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Charles (Neva) Garner of Quincy and Mrs. Sherwood (Wilma) Howard of Sullivan. Preceded by one bother and one sister.

CHAMBERS, William J.; b: 4Jan1898, Naples, Il.; d: 18Feb1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Hillcrest Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; fa: James O. Chambers; mo: Minnie Lawson. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Frank H. of Lincoln, Neb., and James H. Chambers of Jacksonville; and a daughter: Mrs. Glenn (Evelyn) Skinner of Virginia Beach, Va.; nine grand and two g-grandchildren; and a brother: Oliver Chambers of rural Naples. Preceded by a brother: Harry in 1945.

CHAMBLESS, Elizabeth S. (Sanderson); b: 30Nov1895, Noble, Il.; d: 21Apr1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Wauchula, Fla.; m: (not stated); fa: Hugh Murphy Sanderson; mo: Rose DeVore. Survived by two sons: Robert D. Chambless of St. Louis, Mo. and Joe F. Chambless of Miami, Fla.; and one sister: Mrs. Christine Dugan of Noble.

CHAMPION, Raymond E.; b: 28Jul1907, Neoga, Il.; d: 11Oct1986, Kansas City, Mo.; bu: Mt. Washington Cemetery, Kansas City, Mo.; m: Dora E. Strentzsch (date and place not stated); fa: Roscoe P. Champion; mo: Ada Brant. Wife preceded in death in 1970. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Jack (Midge) Barnes of Jacksonville; and one grandson: Evan Barnes of Evansville, Ind. Preceded by one grandson: Eddie Barnes; and one sister.

CHANCE, Charles Jackson; b: 1Feb1905, Winchester, Il.; d: 8May1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Bowers Cemetery, near Alsey, Il.; m: Irene Hepworth Crain on 24Dec1948 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Matthew Chance; mo: Mary Jones. A resident of Alsey, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Ruth Decker of Pacific, Mo.; two sons: Charles Robert Chance of Tampa, Fla. and Kenney Mac Chance of Stillwater, Okla.; one step-son: Leroy Crain of Roodhouse; 13 grand and 11 g-grandchildren; one brother: Watson Chance of Franklin; and one sister: Katherine Buckley of Pana. Preceded by one grandson and four sisters.

CHANCE, E. Louise; b: 10Oct1928, Winchester, Il.; d: 16Nov1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: Watson Chance; mo: Catherine Lashmett. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Winchester and Jacksonville. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Lawrence (Marilyn) Smith of Franklin and Mrs. Paul (Janet) Popiel of Chesterfield, Mo.

CHANCE, Mabel (Neuman); b: 17May1908 (place not stated); d: 5Dec1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: Russell Chance on 12Apr1953 in Waverly, Il.; fa: John Neuman; mo: Anna Kampermann. Husband preceded in death in 1969. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by a sister-in-law: Eunice Neuman of Waverly; two nephews: William Neuman of Waverly and Jim Neuman of Springfield; a niece: Nancy Zulauf of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother: William F. Neuman.

CHANCE, Mary E. (Beddingfield); b: 5Aug1911, Griggsville, Il.; d: 25Feb1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Watson Chance on 21Jul1931 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Arthur B. Beddingfield; mo: Emma Lillian Hutches. Husband preceded in death 23Sep1988. A resident of Franklin. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Marilyn Smith of Franklin and Mrs. Janet Popiel of Chesterfield, Mo.; a step-daughter: Louise Chance of Springfield; five grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother.

CHANCE, Watson L. "Wattie"; b: 20Jan1909, Winchester, Il.; d: 23Sep1988, Franklin, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: 1) Catherine Lashmet (date and place not stated); and 2) Mary Beddingfield on 21Jun1931 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Mathew Chance; mo: Mary Jones. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Louise Chance of Springfield, Marilyn Smith of Franklin and Janet Popiel of Chesterfield, Mo.; five grand and five g-grandchildren; and one sister; Mrs. Kathryn Buckley of Pana. Preceded by one brother and four sisters.

CHANDLER, Bessie (Carriger); b: 17Nov1904, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 22Dec1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery; m: Earl Chandler on 23Dec1922 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Leonard Carriger; mo: Pearl Narciss. Husband preceded in death 16Jun1981. A resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by a twin sister: Tessie Walter of New Berlin; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers: Nicholas, Dee and Lee; and two sisters: Mae Watret and Katherine Carriger.

CHANDLER, Clarence L.; b: 20Aug1897, Springfield, Il.; d: 11Apr1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Loami, Il.; m: Irene South on 9Jun1917 in Springfield, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). Wife preceded in death in 1980. A resident of Loami, Il. Survived by four daughters: Louise Wheeler of Columbia, Mo., Phyllis Grider of East Alton, Norma Sims of Macomb and Marlene Lewis of Springfield; one son: Lowell Chandler of Litchfield; 17 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one son: Clarence, Jr.; one grandchild; one great-grandchild; two brothers; and one sister.

CHANDLER, Earl H.; b: 26Oct1897, Indiana; d: 16Jun1981, Springfield, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery; m: Bessie Carriger on 23Dec1922 (place not stated); fa: John Chandler; mo: Rills Sale. Survived by his wife; a brother: Ralph Chandler of Medora; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a sister: Ruby Chandler.

CHANDLER, Mamie T. (Crooks); b: (not stated); d: 23Sep1981, Lucas, Iowa; bu: Norwood Cemetery (Chariton, Iowa?); m; Ray Chandler in 1921 (place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1958. Survived by five daughters: Harriett Conner of Jacksonville, Vera Black of Friendswood, Tex., June Seuferer of Lucas, Jo Ann Ceccarelli of Campbell, Calif., and Jennie Shanks of Chariton, Iowa; five sons: Roy of Grandview, Wash., Albert, Vern and Lemley of Lacona, and Jay G. of Chariton; 36 grand and 28 g-grandchildren; three sisters: Pauline Williams and Ann Milleson of Indianola, Iowa, and Estaleen Orris of Naples, Fla.; and two brothers: Orlo Crooks of Columbia Junction and Graham Crooks of Des Moines. Preceded by three grandsons, one granddaughter and one g-granddaughter.

CHANDLER, Ranson Gay; b: 18Mar1901, near Scopes Rural Station, near Lutesville, Mo.; d: 22Feb1989, San Antonio, Texas; bu: Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas; fa: Julius Chandler; mo: Nevada Estes. Army vet. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by a sister: Mae Chandler of Jacksonville.

CHANDLER, Wesley Arnold; b: 27Nov1915, Euclid, Minn.; d: 18Oct1977, Loami, Il.; bu: Chatham, Il.; m: Reeve Thelma Horn on 7Jan1937 in Euclid, Minn.; fa: Clark Chandler; mo: Hattie McMahan. Resident of Loami, Il. Survived by his wife; three children: Wesley F. and Mark L., both of Springfield, and Mrs. Rebecca Lynn Hester of Riverton; ten grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: George of Riverside, Calif., Raymond of Altamonte, Fla., Delbert of Vancouver, Wash., Howard and Edward, both of Bemidji, Minn., Dorothy Mansfield of Longview, Wash., Leota Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn., Mary Jo Hovett of Portland, Ore., and Alice Swensen of Pocatello, Idaho.

CHANEY, Bessie Bell (Long); b: 30May1903, Monroe City, Mo.; d: 8Jun1987, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Mike Long; mo: Maude (surname not stated). Survived by one son: Harold Thomas of White Hall; three grand and 2 g-grandchildren; two brothers: Michael Long of Monroe City, Mo., and Earl Long of Hannibal, Mo.; one sister: Lottie Culver of Monroe City, Mo. Preceded by two brothers.

CHANEY, Charlotte (Israel); b: 14Dec1934, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 10May1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Raymond L. Chaney (date and place not stated); fa: Willard Miley Israel; mo: Nellie Fernandes. A resident of Jacksonville. Survived by her husband; one son: Donald Chaney of Jacksonville; two daughters: Mrs. Bill (Patsy) Ervin of Jacksonville and Kathy Stewart of Lake Havasu, Ariz.; five grandchildren; two brothers: Bill Miley of Bethel and Arthur Miley, Jr. of Kentucky; and two sisters: Ruth Bauser of Arcadia and Alberta Bauser of Franklin. Preceded by two brothers.

CHANEY, Floyd Franklin; b: 2Aug1924, northeast of Jacksonville, Il.; d: 5Feb1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Fred F. Chaney; mo: Goldie Harrell. Survived by one daughter: Brenda Hazel of Franklin; three sons: Michael, Jim and Donald Bauser, all of Franklin; three grandchildren: Jessica, Amanda and Brandy Hazel; one sister: Margaret Miller of Jacksonville; and one brother: Raymond L. Chaney of Jacksonville.

CHANEY, Goldie (Harrell); b: 18Feb1901, Fulton Co., Il.; d: 21Sep1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Fred Chaney (date and place not stated); fa: John S. Harrell; mo: Rebecca Haines. Husband preceded in death in 1957. A resident of rural Jacksonville. Survived by the following children: Margaret Miller, Floyd Chaney and Raymond Chaney, all of Jacksonville; eight grand, nine g-grand and two g-g-grandchildren; the following brothers and sisters: Chalmer Harrell, John Harrell, Howard Harrell, Gloria Wallace, Louise Tribble and Minnie Frye, all of Jacksonville, William Harrell of Merritt, Gladys Miller of Goodlettsville, Tenn., Esther Cox of Peoria, Kay Hart of Lansing and Marie Bohler of Greenville, S.C. Preceded by a daughter, five brothers and a sister.

CHANEY, Lucy Jane (Goodman); b: 23Oct1905, Raleigh, Ky.; d: 22Dec1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Benjamin R. Chaney on 8Feb1922 in Jacksonville; fa: Abraham Goodman; mo: Julia Ann Brown. Husband preceded in death 16Mar1980. Survived by seven sons: Junior Lee of Jacksonville, Richard of Winchester, Emmet Eugene of Jacksonville, Clarence E. of Grand Junction, Colo., William C. of Jacksonville, Franklin D. of Grand Junction, Colo., and Joseph W. Chaney of Naples; one daughter: Pearl Evelyn Miller of Trenary, Mich.; 20 grand, 5 step-grand and several g-grand and g-g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter: Ethel Mae Whitman; two grandchildren; and five brothers: Bradley, John, Owen, Bob and Welby Goodman.

CHAPDELAINE, Rose E. (Compeau); b: 22Apr1898, Haverhill, Mass.; d: 28Aug1986, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Ernest Chapdelaine in 1919 in Haverhill, Mass.; fa: Robert A. Compeau; mo: Emily White. Husband preceded in death in April, 1963. A resident of Rushville. Survived by one son: Robert of Haverhill, Mass.; one daughter: Mrs. Irene Kerr of Rushville; one brother: Edward Comeau of San Jose, Calif.; two sisters: Mrs. Cecelia Euele and Mrs. Emily Law, both of Haverhill, Mass.; seven grand and nine g-grandchildren and one step-grandchild. Preceded by one brother and four sisters.

CHAPIN, Catherine (Wiswell); b: 10Sep1916, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 6Apr1987, Tampa, Fla.; bu: (not stated); m: Troy A. Chapin, Jr. (date and place not stated); fa: Earl B. Wiswell; mo: Clara Mayfield. Husband preceded in death in 1977. Survived by two daughters: Catherine Chapin of Charlotte, N.C. and Louise Chapin of Lake Toxaney, N.C.; and one sister: Mrs. Virginia Schoby of Evanston.

CHAPIN, Edith A.; b: 20May1886, White Hall, Il.; d: 4Mar1977, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; fa: Seneca Chapin; mo: Cassandra Carr. Survived by five nieces, among whom is Mrs. G. L. (Florence) Rose of White Hall; and six nephews. Preceded by two brothers and three sisters. {Made her home with a friend, Miss Margaret Kinison, for the last four years.}

CHAPIN, Troy A., Jr.; b: 23Mar1910, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 20Apr1977, Tampa, Fla.; bu: (not stated); m: Catherine Wiswell (date and place not stated); fa: Troy A. Chapin; mo: Ada Louise Tunison. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Catherine Chapin of Charlotte, N.C. and Louise Chapin of Sapphire, N.C.; and two sisters: Mrs. Thomas P. (Eleanor) Wilson of El Cajon, Calif., and Mrs. George R. (Clara) Louden, Jr. of Washington, D.C.

CHAPLIN, Ace John; b: 5Aug1905, Pike Co., Il.; d: 11Jun1977, Milton, Il.; bu: Blue River Cemetery, south of Detroit, Il.; m: Bertha Walk on 17Jan1926 in Time, Il.; fa: Homer Chapin; mo: Sylvia Lemon. Resident of Milton, Il. Survived by his wife; three sons: John Glenn Chaplin of Springfield, Harold Chaplin of Ventura, Calif., and Donald Chaplin of Milton; four daughters: Mrs. Dean (Imalee) Howell of Barry, Mrs. Norman (Anna Beryl) McDonald and Mrs. Raymond (Wanda) Smith, both of Milton; three brothers: Jesse Chaplin of Hull, Floyd Chaplin of Milton, Charles Chaplin of Peoria; two sisters: Mrs. Otto (Beulah) Walker of Winchester and Mrs. George (Lora) Kemper of Manito; 29 grand and three g-grandchildren. Preceded by nine sisters, a son, a daughter, and a grandchild.

CHAPLIN, Bertha (Walk); b: 29Jan1909, Pike Co., Il.; d: 5Jan1986, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Blue River Cemetery, Detroit, Il.; m: Ace Chaplin on 17Jan1926 (place not stated); fa: Austin Walk; mo: Lula Neese. Husband preceded in death. Survived by three sons: Glenn Chaplin of Auburn, Harold Chaplin of Santa Ynez, Calif., and Donald Chaplin of Pittsburg, Kansas; four daughters: Ima Howell of Barry, Anna McDonald of Milton, Carol Gratton of Pittsfield and Wanda Smith of Quartz Hill, Calif.; 33 grand and 27 g-grandchildren; and a brother: Ervin Walk of Heyworth. Preceded in death by a son, a daughter, a brother and two sisters.

CHAPLIN, Clara M. (Green); b: 5Aug1910, Montgomery Co., Il.; d: 21May1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Elmer Chaplin on 19Feb1941 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: James Green; mo: Eva Bailey Brown. Survived by her husband; three sons: Paul of Jackson, Tenn., Robert of Jacksonville, and Charles of Decatur; a twin sister: Catherine Culp of Jacksonville; one brother: Elbert "Bill" Green of Hillsboro; and five grandchildren. Preceded by one sister; two brothers; two half-brothers; and two half-sisters.

CHAPLIN, Coy Emily (Doyle); b: 11Aug1910, near Time, Il.; d: 31Aug1982, Quincy, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Jesse H. Chaplin (date and place not stated); fa: Bill Doyle; mo: Alice Hemphill. A resident of Hull, Il. Husband preceded in death 4Jul1979. Survived by six daughters: Mrs. James (Helen) Robinson of Detroit, Mrs. Milo (Rhonda) Smith and Mrs. Paul (Bernice) Klinefelter, Jr., both of Pittsfield, Mrs. Vernon (Virginia) Helms of Maynard, Ark., Mrs. Bruce (Karen) Fowler of Hull, and Mrs. Ric (Grace) Sparrow of Tipton, Iowa; and five sons: Homer Chaplin of Texas, Billy Joe Chaplin and Lyndle Chaplin, both of Kinderhook, Jesse D. Chaplin of Hull, and Danny Chaplin of Hannibal, Mo.; 34 grand and 14 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Irene Conkright of Pittsfield and Cecil Messick of Florida; three brothers: Ross Doyle and Russell Doyle, both of Pittsfield; and Floyd Doyle of Milton; and several nieces and nephews.

CHAPLIN, Floyd J.; b: 22Jun1914, Time, Il.; d: 22Dec1990, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Mildred Layman on 14Feb1946 in Mexico, Mo.; fa: Hamer N. Chaplin; mo: Sylvia Lemons. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Larry Chaplin of Pittsfield and Joe Chaplin of Richmond, Va.; two daughters: Helen Rodriguez of Rochester, N.Y., and Mildred Lloyd of Auburn, N.Y.; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and one brother.

CHAPLIN, Ida (Isaacs); b: 2Aug1890, rural Hillsboro, Il.; d: 10Oct1983, Litchfield, Il.; bu: Elmwood Cemetery, Litchfield, I.; m: Henry Chaplin in 1908 at Montgomery Co., Il.; fa: Levi Isaacs; mo: Margaret Brookman. Husband preceded in death 28Jan1957. Survived by one son: Elmer Chaplin of Jacksonville; 10 grand, 26 g-grand and six g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son, one daughter, one brother and one sister.

CHAPLIN, Louie; b: 13May1903, Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 5May1992, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Lula Hagen on 18May1927 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Levi Chaplin; mo: Lennie Walker. Survived by his wife; three sons: Duane of Walled Lake, Mich., Lavon of Macomb and Leon of Decatur; one sister: Dorothy Tobias of Clarksville, Mo.; 14 grand, 27 g-grandchildren; and four step-great-grandchildren.

CHAPLIN, Ora K.; b: 12Apr1907, Nebo, Il.; d: 1Jul1987, Quincy, Il.; bu: McCord Cemetery, Perry, Il.; m: Ruby Urven on 28Oct1953 in Hernando, Miss.; fa: Charles Chaplin; mo: Verna Chamberlain. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. James (Rosealee) Kinscherff of Rockton, Il.; two sons: Owen of Jerseyville and Andy of Griggsville; ten grand and 15 g-grandchildren; one sister: Delucie Franklin of Pearl; and one brother: Ervin "Jack" Chaplin of Nebo. Preceded by one sister: Edith Smith.

CHAPLIN, Verna E. (Chamberlain); b: 15Jul1884, near Nebo, Il.; d: 31Mar1979, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: Charles Chaplin on 27Mar1901, in Pike Co., Il.; fa: Lewis Chamberlain; mo: Amanda Johnson. Husband preceded in death in December, 1958. Survived by two sons: Ora Chaplin of Perry and Irvin Chaplin of Nebo; and a daughter: Mrs. Dulcie Franklin of Pearl; five grand, 16 g-grand and several g-g-grandchildren.

CHAPMAN, Addie May (McLellan); b: 17Apr1888, Greene Co., Il.; d: 28Jan1976, White Hall, Il.; bu: Richwood Cemetery; m: Willis Chapman (date and place not stated); fa: Thomas McLellan; mo: Mary Allen. Husband preceded in death in 1961. Survived by these children: John of Kampsville, William of Mendota, Willis of Godfrey, Virgil of Kane, Harvey of White Hall, Russell of Mt. Claire, Glendon of Nilwood, Vernon of Waverly, Della Shaw of Eldred and Ethel Jackson of Kentucky; 44 grand and 27 great-grandchildren. Preceded by a son, a daughter, two brothers, and two sisters.

CHAPMAN, Albert D.; b: 2Mar1903, Virginia, Il.; d: 29Dec1977, St. Charles, Il.; bu: River Hills Memorial Park Cemetery, Batavia, Il.; m: Alma (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of St. Charles, Il. Preceded in death by his wife in 1976. Survived by two sons: Russell E. Chapman of Batavia and Albert R. Chapman of Geneva; four grandchildren; the following brothers and sisters: John Chapman and Wilbur Chapman, both of Jacksonville, Orville Chapman of Bluffs, Neil Chapman of Viola, Mrs. Mardell Nicholson of White Hall, Miss Peggy Chapman of Madison, Wisc., and Mrs. Homer (Sue) Rohn of Beardstown. Preceded by two brothers.

CHAPMAN, Alma Caudine (Ratliff); b: 16Mar1910, Literberry, Il.; d: 27Dec1976, St. Charles, Il.; bu: River Hill Memorial Park, Batavia, Il.; m: Albert Chapman (date and place not stated); fa: Alfonzo Ratliff; mo: Bertha (surname not stated). Survived by her husband; two sons: Albert R. of Geneva and Russell E. Chapman of Batavia; four grandchildren; a number of nieces and nephews; and her mother of St. Charles. Preceded by her father and a sister: Blanche Johnson.

CHAPMAN, Amanda Kay; b: 24Apr1976, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 24Apr1976, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: (not stated); fa: David Chapman; mo: Laura Dober. A resident of rural Bluffs, Il. Survived by her parents; her maternal grandmother: Mrs. Olge Dober of Arnezville; and paternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Orville Chapman of Bluffs.

CHAPMAN, Artie B.; b: 5Jan1888, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 28Aug1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: 1) Nettie Fetch on 30May1909 in Schuyler Co., Il.; and 2) Helen Huckabey on 20Sep1964 (place not stated); fa: Jacob Chapman; mo: Alverda Potts. 1st wife preceded in death in 1964. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Ruby Etter of Astoria; four grand and several g-grandchildren; three step-sons: Robert Cassidy of Ripley, James Cassidy, Jr. and Jack Cassidy, both of Rushville; one step-daughter: Mrs. Marilyn Preston of Roscoe; and eight step-grandchildren. Preceded by three brothers and three sisters.

CHAPMAN, Betty June (Long); b: 2Oct1937, rural Waverly, Il.; d: 18Jul1996, Waverly, IL.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Vernon Ray Chapman on 15Dec1956 (place not stated); fa: Javan Julius Long; mo: Jenny Elizabeth Preston. Husband preceded in death in 1991. Survived by three daughters: Sarah A. (husband, Archie) Turner of Jacksonville, Patricia L. (husband, Raymond) Baker and Debra L. (husband, Bud) Cagle, both of Waverly; four brothers: Julius Javan Long and Roy Long, both of Waverly, Ralph Long of Athensville and Harvey Long of Franklin; three sisters: Myrtle Hendricker of Shelbina, Mo., Martha Waters of Jacksonville and Marjorie White of Franklin; and 10 grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters: Mary Leamons and Bonnie Seymour.

CHAPMAN, Chester L. "Chet"; b: (date not stated), Manlius Township, Il.; d: 29Aug1985, Springfield, Il.; bu: Riverview Cemetery, Marseilles, Il.; m: 1) Roemary Grizzle in 1948; and 2) Mary Gillingham Hetelle in 1979 (places not stated); fa: Hiram Chapman; mo: Ella Hetelle. 1st wife preceded in death. A resident of Carrollton, Il.; was 63 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Bob (Marilyn) Frischkorn of Morris and Mrs. Bob (Carol) Heath of Marseilles; two step-sons: Ron Hetelle of Carrollton and Roger Hetelle of Ashland; seven grand and four step-grandchildren; and three brothers: Wes Chapman of Seneca, Delbert Chapman of Newark and Russell Chapman of Plattville.

CHAPMAN, Claude Spencer; b: 13Jun1907, Murrayville, Il.; d: 26Jan1981, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Margaret McCartney on 7Jan1942 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Robert Chapman; mo: Nell Spencer. WWII Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; a sister: Mrs. Mildred Gillingham of Carrollton. Preceded by one son: Mike and one brother.

CHAPMAN, David L.; b: 7Apr1943, Wolf Lake, Ind.; d: 16Nov1992, Indianapolis, Ind.; bu: Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Ind.; m: Sally Jo Suffern (date and place not stated); fa: John Dallas Chapman; mo: Lois Geraldine Magley. Wife preceded in death 7Dec1985. A resident of 300 Collins St., Columbia City, Ind. Air Force vet. Survived by his mother of Columbia City, Ind.; three daughters: Sheryl Lynn Chapman of Omaha, Neb., Kaye Ann Bliss of Flagstaff, Ariz., and Kathleen Diane Chapman of Livermore, Calif.; four grandchildren; and one brother: Thomas A. Chapman of Provo, Utah. Preceded in death by his father.

CHAPMAN, Ethel M. (Shelts); b: 1Aug1892, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 30Jul1981, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Bert Chapman on 13Mar1907 in Camden, Il.; fa: Phillip Shelts; mo: Lucy Phillips. Husband preceded in death 27Oct1976. Survived by five daughters: Mrs. Maurice (Faye) Cleek, of August, Mrs. John (Eva) Triboulet of Bushnell, Miss Bernice Chapman of Moline, Mrs. Wilbur (Ruth) Schideman of Knoxville, and Mrs. Delbert (Reba) Walker of Milwaukee, Wisc.; two sons: Dwight of Camden and Bernard of Moline; 35 grand, 40 great-grand and several great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by two daughters, two sons, two sisters, and two brothers.

CHAPMAN, Eva (Stults); b: 15Aug1894, Palmyra, Il.; d: 28Jun1979, Palmyra, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: John Chapman (date and place not stated); fa: George Stults; mo: Clara Chelf. Husband preceded in death in 1939. Survived by a son-in-law: Eldron Ross, with whom she made her home; two grand and three g-grandchildren; and a cousin.

CHAPMAN, Florence Mae (Bushnell); b: 19Oct1925, Carrollton, Il.; d: 19Aug1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Ralph L. Chapman (date and place not stated); fa: Walter Bushnell; mo: Beulah Reynolds. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by her husband; her father and step-mother: Walter and Ellen Bushnell of East Alton; these children: Mrs. Gerald (Kaye) Anderson, Mrs. Paul (Dotty) Wallis, both of White Hall, Mrs. Ned (Teresa) Newingham of Gillespie; and a son: Craig Welch of Carrollton; eight grandchildren; these sisters and brother: Paul Bushnell of Berdan, Frances Frech of Carrollton and Lois Bright and Vivian Hodgerson, both of Maple City, Michigan.

CHAPMAN, Fred E.; b: 11Nov1903, Camden, Il.; d: 21Mar1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Ruth Anderson on 24Jun1935 in Davenport, Iowa; fa: John E. Chapman; mo: Lydia Anderson Fetch. A resident of Rushville; formerly of Camden. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Sonja Ross of Rushville; and three grandchildren. Preceded by two half-sisters: Nettie Chapman and Goldie Clayton.

CHAPMAN, Genevieve B. (Malone); b: 22Jul1918, Greene Co., Il.; d: 8Aug1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: Harvey L. Chapman in January, 1948 at Hillview, Il.; fa: Edward H. Malone; mo: Carrie Young. Husband preceded in death 10Jul1981. A resident of White Hall; formerly of Hillview, Il. Survived by one son: Edward L. Chapman of White Hall; one granddaughter; one great-grandson; one brother: Lloyd Martin of Pearl; and three sisters: Helen Orton and Wanda Brant, both of Hillview, and Margaret Dodd of White Hall.

CHAPMAN, Glen E.; b: 6Jun1926, Greene Co., Il.; d: 24Dec1981, near Mt. Clare, Il.; bu: Richwood Cemetery, near Eldred, Il.; m: Carol Schofield on 4Mr1958 in Bethalto, Il.; fa: Willis Chapman; Mo: Addie McCollum. A resident of Nilwood, Il.; formerly of the Hillview, Il. area. Survived by his wife; five sons: Lyndel Chapman of the state of Virginia, Steven Chapman of Fountain, Fla., Glendon, Ron and Tim Chapman, all at home; three daughters: Mrs. Lena Pinkston of Granite City, Susan Chapman of Jerseyville and Shirley Chapman, at home; one grandchild; six brothers: John Chapman of Kampsville, Bill Chapman of Mendota, Willis Chapman of Godfrey, Virgil Chapman of Kane, Russell Chapman of Mt. Clair, and Vernon Chapman of Waverly; and two sisters: Della Shaw of Eldred and Ethel Jackson of Clinton, Ky. Preceded by two brothers and a sister.

CHAPMAN, Harvey L.; b: 23Aug1921, Eldred, Il.; d: 10Jul1981, Hillview, Il.; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: Genevieve Malone on 2Jan1948 in Hillview, Il.; fa: Willis Chapman; mo: Addie McLean. An apparent suicide victim. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Edward L. of White Hall; a grandchild; seven brothers: John of Kampsville, Bill of Mendota, Willis of Godfrey, Virgil of Kane, Russell of Mt. Clare, Glenn of Nilwood, and Vernon of Waverly; and two sisters: Della Shaw of Eldred, and Ethel Jackson of Clinton, Ky. Preceded by a brother: Orville and a sister: Rose Flatt.

CHAPMAN, Helen Catherine (Wade); b: 15May1904, New Berlin, Il.; d: 28Nov1994, Canton, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: John S. Chapman on 21Jun1928 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Sidney Wade; mo: Alice Windsor. Husband preceded in death 28Apr1982. A resident of Canton; formerly of Mt. Sterling. Survived by one son: Donald of Canton; three sisters: Emma Straus of Perry, Velma Zimmerman and Doris Tarzwell, both of Jacksonville; four grandchildren; two adopted grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; and one brother: Arthur Wade.

CHAPMAN, Ira D.; b: 17Apr1880, Greene Co., Il.; d: 25Jun1976, Green Meadows Nursing Home; bu: Likely Cemetery; m: Mina Belle Cox (date and place not stated); fa: Douglas Chapman; mo: Lucy Manley. Wife preceded in death 22Jun1963. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Roy (Stella) Allen and Mrs. Alice McAdams, both of White Hall; nine grand, 34 g-grand and ten g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter, three sisters, four brothers, and a grandchild.

CHAPMAN, John; b: 12Jun1907, near Modesto, Il.; d: 20May1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery, Modesto, Il.; m: Ann Hoke on 15Dec1934 (place not stated); fa: Robert Chapman; mo: Mina B. Alderson. A resident of Modesto, Il. Survived by his wife; two sisters: Velma Chapman Rawlings of West Burlington, Iowa and Verne Chapman Adkisson of Fenton, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews.

CHAPMAN, John A.; b: 25Apr1960, Rushville, Il.; d: 5Jun1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: Gillette Cemetery, Schuyler Co., Il.; fa: Richard Chapman; mo: Jennie Lewis. Survied by his father of Mendota; his mother; one sister: Patty C. Chapman; two brothers: Norman and Richard Lee, all of Springfield; paternal grandfather: Maurice Chapman of Frederick; and maternal grandmother: Alberta Kost of Beardstown.

CHAPMAN, John D.; b: 6Oct1914, Columbia City, Indiana; d: 4Apr1988, Fort Wayne, Indiana; bu: Columbia City, Ind.; m: Lois Magley on 3Oct1937 (place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Columbia City, Ind. Survived by his wife; two sons: David of Salt Lake City, Utah and Tom of Provo, Utah; nine grand and four great-grandchildren; two brothers; and a sister. Preceded by a sister.

CHAPMAN, John Franklin; b: 6Nov1931, Brown Co., Il.; d: 28Sep1987, rural Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Ripley, Il.; m: Greta Hughes on 6Feb1950 in Keokuk, Iowa; fa: Johnny Harold Chapman; mo: Lillian Ruby Jones. Survived by his wife; a son: J. A. of Mt. Sterling; a brother: Raymond of Quincy; seven sisters: Mrs. Dale (Wanda) Bowhand of Alva, Fla., Mrs. Juanita Patton of Ontario, Calif., Mrs. Thomas (Jerald Dean) McWayne of Fowler, Mrs. Donald (Sandra) Allen of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Dale (Phyllis) Rowsey of Quincy, Mrs. James (Vada) Thornton of Booneville, Miss., and Mrs. Virginia Trogdon of Peoria; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by a son: John Michael; one brother; and two sisters.

CHAPMAN, John Michael; b: 6Jun1990, Springfield, Il.; d: 6Jun1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Gillette Cemetery, rural Rushville, Il.; fa: Richard Lee Chapman; mo: Lori Johnson. Survived by his parents; a brother: Jeremy of Springfield; his grandparents: Jenny Chapman of Springfield, Richard Chapman of Mendota and Jim and Ginger Johnson of Springfield; and two great-grandparents: Maurice Chapman of Frederick and Alberta Kost of Beardstown.

CHAPMAN, John R.; b: 18Sep1901, Literberry, Il.; dL 18Oct1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mildred Ranson on 18Sep1928 (place not stated); fa: A. B. Chapman; mo: Alma Ray. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Bill (Nancy) Long of Jacksonville; a son: John R., Jr. of Jacksonville; six grand and three g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Mardelle Nicholson of White Hall, Mrs. Sue Rohn of Beardstown, and Miss Peggy Chapman of Madison, Wisc. Preceded by five brothers.

CHAPMAN, John S.; b: 25Mar1901, Valley City, Il.; d: 28Apr1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Helen Wade on 21Jun1928 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Mahlon Chapman; mo: Jenny Olliphant. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Don Chapman of Canton; a brother: Burson Chapman of Decatur; two sisters: Alice Bittle of Bluffs and Mabel Harris of Decatur; six grand and six g-grandchildren.

CHAPMAN, Josephine M. (Hans); b: 27Aug1905, Gillespie, Il.; d: 4Apr1994, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: James H. Chapman on 19Nov1927 in Edwardsville, Il.; fa: Henry J. Hans; mo: Josephine Wildabur. Husband preceded in death 19Apr1972. Survived by five grandchildren: James T. Shaw, Patricia Heberling, Margaret Jo Ford, Robert Wayne Shaw and Debra Ann Anthony; 11 great and six g-g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Irene Johnson of Carrollton and Edna Jones of Pine City, Minn. Preceded by one daughter: Mrs. Truman (June) Shaw; one grandchild: Judith M. Shaw Roades; and three brothers: Henry, Joseph and Henny Hans.

CHAPMAN, Julia A. (Smedley); b: 5Jan1913, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 28Jul1985, Rushville, Il.; bu: Gillette Cemetery, rural Rushville, Il.; m; Maurice Chapman on 19May1931 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Jefferson Smedley; mo: Emma Sherrill. A resident of rural Frederick, Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Donald (Barbara) Smith of Chapin; two sons: Richard Chapman of Mendota and Keith Chapman of Frederick; 10 grand, two step-grand and five great-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Florence Trinkle of Frederick. Preceded by four brothers.

CHAPMAN, Lilly (Jones); b: 24Feb1902, Brown Co., Il.; d: 30Oct1984, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Benville, Il.; m: John Chapman on 23Jun1917 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: Charles Jones; mo: Elsie Newton. Husband preceded in death in 1966. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by eight daughters: Mrs. Donald (Sandra) Allen of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Wanda Bowhand of Florida, Mrs. Juanita Spicer of California, Jerald Dean McWayne of Fowler, Mrs. Phyllis Rowsey of Quincy, Mrs. Ada Rowsey of Washington, Mrs. Veda Thorton of Mississippi, and Mrs. Virginia Trogdon of Peoria; two sons: John Chapman of Mt. Sterling and Raymond Chapina of Quincy; 30 grand and 2 g-grandchildren; and one sister: Mrs. Esther Scheer of Missouri. Preceded by one daughter, one son and one sister.

CHAPMAN, Lois B. (Biggs); b: 3Jun1909, Carrollton, Il.; d: 25Oct1996, Jacksonville, Il.; d: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Donald S. Chapman on 3Aug1929 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Louis E. Biggs; mo: Grace Smith. Husband preceded in death in 1974. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Pontiac, Michigan. Survived by one niece and one great-niece. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CHAPMAN, Lola Velma (Winner); b: 8Apr1906, Virginia, Il.; d: 26Dec1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Orville L. Chapman, Sr. (date and place not stated); fa: Roy Winner; mo: Katie Smith. Husband preceded in death 29Apr1978. Survived by four sons: Lynn Chapman, Jr. of Jacksonville, Robert and David Chapman of Buffs, and Keith of St. Louis, Mo.; four daughters: Mrs. Richard (Alma) Traver of Washington, Il., Mrs. Ralph (Maxine) Coates, Jr. of Decatur, Mrs. Charles (Joyce) Atnip of Murrayville, and Barbara Chapman of Jacksonville; one sister: Ila Winner of Virginia; and four brothers: Gus of Chicago and Fran, Russell and Layton Winner of Virginia; with 19 grand and 4 g-grandchildren.

CHAPMAN, Luetta Mae (Wright); b: 29Nov1882, Scott Co., Il.; d: 29Jun1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: John L. Chapman on 20Jul1909 (place not stated); fa: John W. Wright; mo: Catherine Jones. Husband preceded in death 3Apr1930. A prior resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by a brother: Harold J. Wright of Jacksonville; and one niece: Mrs. Don (Lorna) Quinlan of Jacksonville. Preceded by one sister.

CHAPMAN, Margaret Ann (Meland); b: (date not stated), Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin; d: 20Dec1985, Springfield, Il.; bu: Hanesville Lutheran Cemetery, Sturgeon, Wisconsin; m: Walter J. Chapman on 20Nov1941 in Rockford, Il.; fa: Nils Meland; mo: Bertha Severson. A resident of Spring; formerly of New Berlin, Il. Survived by her husband; four daughters: Mrs. Cullom (Ann) Davis and Mrs. Edward (Carolyn) Lee, both of Springfield, Mrs. Dennis (Mary) Fales and Jane Chapman, both of St. Louis; one son: Walter J. Chapman, Jr. of Chatham; eight grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Dora Twiton and one brother: Howard Meland, both of Sturgeon Bay, Wisc.; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by one sister and one brother.

CHAPMAN, May (Seago); b: 18Dec1890, Alton, Il.; d: 5Jul985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Norman "Dick" Chapman on 3Jul1915 in Hillview, Il.; fa: Frank Seago; mo: Ella Dudley. Husband preceded in death 16Nov1974. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by four sons: Homer of Collinsville, John of Greenfield, Harvey of Alton and Richard of Pleasant Plains; two daughters: Mary Hetzer of Roodhouse and Betty Hester of Temple, Tex.; 24 grand, 40 g-grand and two g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son, three brothers and two sisters.

CHAPMAN, Neil V.; b: 18Sep1911, Literberry, Il.; d: 12Oct1978, Aledo, Il.; bu: Aledo, Il.; m: Helen McConnell (date and place not stated); fa: A. B. Chapman; mo: Alma Ray. A resident of Viola, Il.; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Hollace and Dennis, both of Viola; three granddaughters, also of Viola; two brothers: John R. and Wilbur M. of Jacksonville; three sisters: Mardell Nicholson of White Hall, Mrs. Home (Sue) Rohn of Beardstown and Dr. Peggy Chapman of Madison, Wisc. Preceded by four brothers.

CHAPMAN, Peggy; b: 22Feb1934, Cass Co., Il.; d: 16Jun1988, Sister Bay, Wisc.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Albert Chapman; mo: Nellie Anderson. A resident of Madison, Wisc. Survived by a brother: Wilbur of Jacksonville; three sisters: Sue Rohn of Beardstown, Mardelle Nicholson of White Hall and Erlene Taliente of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Preceded by six brothers.

CHAPMAN, Vernon R. "Sarge"; b: 3Dec1928, Hillview, Il.; d: 24Dec1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Betty Long on 15Dec1956 in Patterson, Il.; fa: Willis "Bose" Chapman; mo: Addy Mae McClellan. A resident of Waverly. Army vet. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Sarah Anne Turner of Jacksonville, Patricia L. Baker of Waverly and Debra L. Cagle of Beardstown; five brothers: John Chapman of Kampsville, Bill Chapman of Mendota, Willis Chapman of Godfrey, Virgil Chapman of Kane and Russell Chapman of Benld; two sisters: Della Shaw of Eldred and Ethel Jackson of Clinton, Ky.; and 10 grandchildren. Preceded by three brothers and one sister.

CHAPMAN, Vita M. (Mueller); b: 26Jun1893, Scott Co., Il.; d: 20Jan1992, Bloomington, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: Frederick E. Chapman on 21Oct1922, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: William G. Mueller; mo: Barbara Ellen Vortman. Husband preceded in death. Survived by a son: Frederick A. Chapman of Bloomington; a daughter: Gladys Paddock of Bloomington; and a brother: Orlin Mueller of Buena Vista, Colo. Preceded by one son, three brothers and one sister.

CHAPMAN, William E.; b: 4Mar1911, Greene Co., Il.; d: 21Jul1993, Amboy, Il.; bu: Greenfield Cemetery, LaMoille, Il.; m: Ruby Dennis on 9Jun1937 in Palmyra, Il.; fa: Willis Chapman; mo: Addie McClellan. A resident of Mendota, Il. Survived by his wife of Amboy; a son: Donald of Fulton, Mo.; two daughters: Mrs. Richard (Ruby) Summers of Mendota and Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Berger of Mendota; 15 grand and 10 g-grandchildren; four brothers: John of Kampsville, Willis of Godfrey, Russell of Benld and Virgil of Jerseyville; two sisters: Ethel Jackson of Clinton, Ky., and Della Shaw of Eldred. Preceded by two sons, a sister, and four brothers.

CHAPPEL, Nellie M. (Ellis); b: 19Feb1906, Pellyton, Ky.; d: 25Apr1986, Indianapolis, Ind.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery, Island Grove, Il.; m: William Harlan Chappel on 3Nov1921 in Jeffersonville, Ind. fa: John Ellis; mo: Katherine Payne. Husband preceded in death 16Jul1970. A resident of Plainfield, Ind.; formerly of New Berlin and Alexander, Il. Survived by two sons: William L. of Greenville and Clarence R. of Tyler, Texas; three daughters: Shirley Patrick of Plainfield, Ind., Opal Korty of St. Louis, Mo., and Barbara Netzke of Indianapolis, Ind.; nine grand and 13 g-grandchildren.

CHAPPELL, Carl E.; b: 15Jul1926, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 5Feb1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Dorothy L. Brosie on 30Nov1947 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Hiram Neal Chappell; mo: Myrtle Ervin. Army vet. Survived by his wife; four sons: Michael of Lawrence, Kansas, Gary of Springfield, Dennis of Murrayville and Randy Chappell of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; two brothers: Stuart and Tom Chappell, both of Decatur; and two sisters: Rose Hocking of Arthur and Ila Dumond of El Paso, Texas. Preceded by four brothers: Vernon, Estill, Bob and Neal Chappell, Jr.; and one sister: Virginia.

CHAPPELL, Robert L.; b: 11Feb1924, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 9May1988, Columbia, Mo. (Harry S Truman V.A. Hospital); bu: (cremated); m: Hazel E. Rush on 5Sep1947 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Hiram Chappell; mo: Myrtle Irven. Resident of Jacksonville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Alan of Mesa, Ariz.; three daughters: Jan and Sheri Chappell, both of Tempe, Ariz., and Mrs. Stan (Sandy) Smith of Pittsfield; eight grandchildren; four brothers: Estill of Romeoville, Tom and Stuart, both of Decatur and Carl of Jacksonville; two sisters: Mrs. Kenneth (Rozella) Hocking of Arcola and Mrs. L. D. (Ila) DuMond of Carson City, Nev.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his parents; a sister: Virginia; and a brother: Vernon.

CHAPPELL, Sharon Edith (Chapman); b: 20Jan1952, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 20Sep1992, Tempe, Ariz.; bu: (not stated); fa: Robert Lee Chappell; mo: Hazel Rush. Resident of Tempe, Ariz. Survived by four children: Amy (husband, Jim) Terry of Dennison, Texas, Jamie Peck of Jacksonville; Jeremie Pack of Sherman, Texas, and Angela (husband, Jim) Burns of Scottsdale, Ariz.; her mother; two sisters: Sandy (husband, Stan) Smith and Jan Chappell; one brother: Alan (wife, Lou Ann) Chappell; four nieces and one nephew; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by her father.

CHARLES, George R. "Dick"; b: 8Aug1920, Virginia, Il.; d: 25Jul1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Camp Butler National Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Roy Charles; mo: Imogene Yackley. WWII vet. Survived by one daughter: Linda Lee Allen of Manito; one brother: R. D. Charles of Williamsville; and two sisters: Elizabeth Polan of Athens and Jo Ann D. Cello of Springfield. Preceded by his wife: Shirley Neale Charles.

CHARLES, Madeline Morrow (Jones); b: 9Jun1916, Ashland, Il.; d: 5Mar1994, Tapa, Fla.; bu: Ashland, Il.; m: 1) Dallas A. Morrow; and 2) Mr. Charles (first name unknown); fa: (not stated); mo: Eva Jones. 1st husband preceded in death in 1952. A resident of Tampa, Fla.; formerly of Ashland, Il. Survived by a son: Richard R. Morrow of Rochester; two daughters: Wilma J. Rogers of Michigan Center, Michigan, and Dorothy M. Bradley of Tampa; 16 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; two brothers: Clifford Morris of Springfield and Arnold Morris of California; a sister: Betty Blakeman of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews.

CHARLES, Thomas: b: 5Aug1954, Beardstown, Il.; d: 17Jan1986, east of New Salem, Il.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery; fa: Dr. Thomas Charles; mo: Dorothy Disman. Survived by his father; three sisters: Jeanette Henderson of Beardstown, Anita Charles of Champaign and Marsha Kay Charles of Jacksonville; and two nieces. Preceded by his mother.

CHARLES, William H.; b: 10Jul1928, Virginia, Il.; d: 31Dec1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu; Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m; (not stated); fa: Thomas Charles; mo: Hazel Thomas. A resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by four children: Pam Penington and Thomas "Billy", both of Great Bend, Kansas, Robert of Beardstown, and Larry of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; two sisters: Helen Pettit of Tallula and Betty Greenwood of Virginia. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CHARLESWORTH, Ethel (Abel); b: 5May1900 (place not stated); d: 15Dec1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Arenzville, Il.; m: C. William Charlesworth (date ad place not stated); fa: Jacob Abel; mo: Sarah Finney. Husband preceded in death. Survived by seven children: Clifford, James, Marie Zimmer, Helen Mayberry and Mary Murgatroyd of Jacksonville, Jack of rural Arenzville, Frances Charlesworth of Franklin and Bernice Ristau of Long Beach, Calif.; 15 grand and 18 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Fanny Ebrey of Peoria and Mrs. Edith Harding of Murrayville. Preceded by two sons, one daughter, four brothers and one sister.

CHARLESWORTH, Frances Lucille; b: 20May1929, Arenzville, Il.; d: 25Jan1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Arcadia Cemetery; fa: John William Charlesworth; mo: Ethel Abel. Survived by two brothers: Jack of Arenzville and Clifford of Jacksonville; and four sisters: Mrs. Varner (Marie) Zimmer, Mrs. Ray (Helen) Mayberry and Mary Murgatroyd, all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ruben (Bernice) Sandoval of Lakewood, Calif. Preceded by three brothers and a sister.

CHARLESWORTH, Helen R. (Jenning); b: 17Jul1908, Hickstone, Il.; d: 16Jul1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) Duard Bell in 1923; and 2) Ernest White in 1930; and 3) Clifford Charlesworth in 1950 (places not stated); fa: John Jenning; mo: Dora Hubbard. First two husbands preceded in death. Survived by her husband and Donald Bell, Jr. (from 1st marriage) of Mesa, Arizona, Jack White of El Paso, Il., William White of Tucson, Arizona, Mrs. Kenneth (Margaret) Kirbach of Jacksonville, Mrs. James (Sandi) Upton of Atlantic Beach, Fla., and Wayne White of Woodson (from 2nd marriage), and Albert Charlesworth of Jacksonville and Mrs. Karen Sue Swan of Savannah (from 3rd marriage); 42 grand, 34 g-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one son, one daughter, one brother and two sisters.

CHARLESWORTH, James A.; b: 2Sep1938, Arenzville, Il.; d: 4May1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); fa: John W. Charlesworth; mo: Ethel Abell. Survived by five sisters: Mary Murgatroyd, Helen Mayberry and Marie Zimmer, all of Jacksonville, Bernice Ristan of Long Beach, Calif., and Frances Charlesworth of Franklin; and two brothers: Clifford of Jacksonville and Jack of Arenzville. Preceded by his parents, two brothers and a sister.

CHARLESWORTH, Maurice E. "Jack"; b: 14Feb1923, Arenzville, Il.; d: 20Feb1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Arcadia, Il.; m: Ethel Charlesworth on 28Jun1942 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: William Charlesworth; mo: Ethel Abel. A resident of rural Arenzville, Il. Survived by his wife; one brother: Clifford Charlesworth of Jacksonville; and four sisters: Marie Zimmer, Helen Mayberry and Mary Murgatroyd, all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ruben (Bernice) Sandoval of Pueblo, Colo. Preceded by three brothers and two sisters.

CHARLESWORTH, Vernon J.; b: 27Nov1912, Arenzville, Il.; d: 20May1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Arcadia, Il.; fa: James R. Charlesworth; mo: Effie Long. A resident of Arenzville, Il. Survived by a brother: Wilbur Charlesworth; and two sisters: Mrs. Louise Logsdon and Mrs. Jack (Ethel) Charlesworth, all of Arenzville. Preceded by a sister.

CHASE, Mary Ann (Foster); b: 21Feb1901, Philadelphia, Il.; d: 7Jul1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie, Il; m: Romain Chase (date and place not stated); fa: Fernando Foster; mo: Charlotte Rogers. Husband preceded in death 19Jul1975. A former resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by two sisters: Helen Stark of Jacksonville and Letha Fernandes of Litchfield; three brothers: James of Florida, John of Hanover and Fenton of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CHASE, Opal M. (Ford); b: 22Apr1912, Hillview, Il.; d: 20May1993, Hannibal, Mo.; bu: Beverly, Il.; m: Paul Chase on 10May1930 (place not stated); fa: John Ford; mo: Mary Walkup. Husband preceded in death in March, 1955. Survived by three daughters: Norline Ungerer of Oakhurst, Calif., Dolores Astorino of Hull and Joyce Culp of Hannibal, Mo.; one brother: Clarence Ford of White Hall; one sister: Dorothy Freeman of Hannibal, Mo.; six grand and 11 g-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

CHASE, Richard E.; b: 17Apr1918, New Canton, Il.; d: 13Nov1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Ruth Tittsworth on 7Dec1936 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Raymond Chase; mo: Claire Easley. A resident of rural Barry, Il. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Mrs. James (Evelyn) Borrowman of Kinderhook, Mrs. Lyndle (Harriet) Loutzenhiser of Rockport, Mrs. Robert (Sharon) Tilden and Mrs. Phillip (Bethany) Hirst, both of Bloomington, and Mrs. John (Rosemary) Walker of New Canton; and 17 grandchildren. Preceded by one brother.

CHASTEEN, Iva Eola (Pedigo); b: 10May1906, Easton, Il.; d: 31Dec1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Ernest E. Chasteen on 22Jul1931 in Pekin, Il.; fa: William Thomas Pedigo; mo: Carrie Lounsberry. Husband preceded in death 19Apr1992. A resident of Auburn; formerly of Chandlerville. Survived by a son: Wayne of Ashland; a daughter: Mrs. Lloyd (Edith) Silsby of Auburn; five grand and two g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sons: Glenn and Ralph; a granddaughter: two sisters: Eva Bonnett and Isabel Bailey; and two brothers: Aaron and Ellis Pedigo.

CHATFIELD, Aaron Bradley; b: 9Jun1991, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 16Jun1991 Springfield, Il.; bu: Hess Cemetery, Pearl, Il.; fa: Larry J. Chatfield; mo: Shawn B. Lesher. Survived by his parents; four sisters: Nicky, Devenie, Ashley and Deanna, all at home; grandparents: Dean and Anita Chatfield of Pearl, Ron and Vera Lesher of Nebraska; and a great-grandmother: Thelma Mangin of Palmyra, Mo.

CHATMAN, Arola (Black); b: 15Jul1922, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 12Aug1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Artie Chatman on 24Dec1974 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Milton Black; mo: Fannie Fuller. Husband preceded in death 10Feb1986. Survived by two sons: Robert Reese of Jacksonville and Charles Black of Syracuse, N.Y.; two step-daughters: Mrs. Edward (Annabelle) Blue of Jacksonville and Mrs. John (Dorothy) Anderson of Springfield; two stepsons: Richard Gardner and Keith Gardner, both of Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother and three sisters.

CHATMAN, Artie Richard; b: 6Sep1913, Ashley, Mo.; d: 10Feb1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville Il.; m: 1) Mary Johnson in 1943 at Bowling Green, Mo.; and 2) Arola McPike on 24Dec1974 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Sterling Chatman; mo: Georgia Williams. 1st wife preceded in death in 1966. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Edward (Annabelle) Blue, Jr. of Jacksonville and Mrs. John (Dorothy Marie) Anderson of Springfield; two sons: Richard Gardner of Jacksonville and Keith Gardner of Champaign; two step-sons: Robert Reese of Jacksonville and Charles Black of Syracuse, N.Y.; three brothers: James Earl Chat ma of Spring field, Palmer Chatman of St. Charles, Mo. and Orville Chatman of Bowling Green, Mo.; one sister: Mrs. Cordie Daniels of Springfield; a nephew and niece who were raised in the Chatman home: Orville Abbey of Jacksonville and Gloria Faye Gordon of Denver, Colo.; nine grand and three step-grandchildren.

CHATMAN, Glen C.; b: 22Nov1902 Ashley, Mo.; d: 30Apr1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Gertrude Houston (date and place not stated); fa: Julius Chatman; mo: Mary Lou Douglas. Survived by his wife; a brother: Edward L. Chatman of Detroit, Mich.; a sister: Elsie B. Chatman of St. Paul, Minn.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by four sisters and a brother.

CHASTEEN, Ernest E.; b: 22Jan1905, Matoon Il.; d: 19Apr1992, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Iva E. Pedigo on 22Jul1931 in Pekin, Il.; fa: Daniel Chasteen; mo: Grace Eppley. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ralph of Springfield and Wayne of Chandlerville; one daughter: Mrs. Lloyd (Edith) Silsby of Auburn; five grand and two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one son: Glenn; one granddaughter; one brother: Ralph; and two sisters: Mae Newman and Hilda Farran.

CHAUDOIN, Lena G. (True); b: 11Jun1911, Athensville, Il.; d: 2Apr1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Youngblood Cemetery, Nortonville, Il.; m: Ralph K. Chaudoin on 6Jan1934 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: William Henry True; mo: Lillie Mae White. Husband preceded in death 29Nov1977. A resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by one son: Ralph H. Chaudoin of Murrayville; one daughter: Georgia Stephenson of Kampsville; seven grand and nine g-grandchildren; one g-g-granddaughter; and one brother: Herbert True of Murrayville. Preceded by one brother: Marvin True; and two sisters: Lora Spencer and Hazel Starling.

CHAUDOIN, Meda (Cox): b: 10Mar1907, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 21Dec1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Nortonville, Il.; m: Monroe Chaudoin on 8Aug1929 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: George Cox; mo: Susan Edwards. Husband preceded in death 20Feb1984. A resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by two sons: Leslie Cox of Groveland and Dale Chaudoin of Alexander; two daughters: Mrs. Charles (Mary) Knapp of Springfield and Mrs. John (Joan) Allen of Franklin; 14 grand, three step-grand, 29 g-grand and 10 step-great-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother.

CHAUDOIN, Monroe; b: 3Sep1904, Nortonville, Il.; d: 20Feb1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Youngblood Baptist Church Cemetery, Nortonville, Il.; m: Meda Cox on 8Aug1929 (place not stated); fa: William Chaudoin; mo: Janie Mason. A resident of Nortonville, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Charles (Mary) Knapp of Springfield and Mrs. John (Joan) Allen of Franklin; two sons: Dale of Alexander and Leslie of Groveland, Il.; 14 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren; two sisters; Elizabeth Meyers of Freeport, Fla., and Millie Weatherbee of Jacksonville.

CHAUDOIN, Otis L. "Owens"; b: 7Dec1907, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 7Apr1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mary Elizabeth Walters on 5Feb1944 (place not stated); fa: Samuel Mack Chaudoin; mo: Bertha Angelo. Wife preceded in death 21May1971. Vet. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. J. Charles (Carol) Aufdenkamp of Jacksonville and Teresa A. Surratt of Meredosia; two sons: Lenny L. Chaudoin of New Berlin ad John E. Chaudoin of Carbondale; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild; three sisters: Iva Mae Miller and Mrs. John (Myrtle) Crowder, both of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Edward (Betty) Moore of San Diego, Calif.; and one brother: Percy Owens of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CHAUDOIN, Ralph "Pete"; b: 8Dec1906, near Nortonville, Il.; d: 29Nov1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Youngblood Cemetery, Nortonville, Il.; m: Lena True on 6Jan1934 (place not stated); fa: Ezra Chaudoin; mo: Janie Manson. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Georgia Colwell of Nortonville; and two sisters: Mrs. Elizabeth Hogan and Mrs. Millie Witherbee, both of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; and one a great-grandchild.

CHAUDOIN, Shane Justin; b: 28Sep1982, Springfield, Il.; d: 12Jun1983, New Berlin, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery, Island Grove, near Berlin, Il.; fa: Russell Obra Chaudoin; mo: Sheryl Lynn Brown. Survived by his parents; a brother: Shaun Russell; his grandparents: Jesse E. brown of Harvey, La.; Pat Overturf of Springfield; Frana and Anna Marie Saylor of Loami; and Jack and Ann Chaudoin of Claremore, Okla.; great-grandparents: Marie Huff of New Berlin, Paul Criss of Springfield, Frances Brooks of Jacksonville and Florence Chaudoin of Madeira, Calif.

CHEAK, Lucian G.; b: 31Dec1894, Meredosia, Il.; d: 23Oct1987, Auburn, Il.; d: 23Oct1987, Auburn, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Blanche Green Johnson (date and place not stated); fa: Charles Cheek; mo: Catherine Shadel. Wife preceded in death. A resident of Waverly, Il. WWI vet. Survived by two nieces: Mrs. Robert (Carol) Norton of Waverly and Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Ward of Petersburg. Preceded by one sister: Ellene.

CHEEK, Laurence R.: b; 10Mar1915, Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 23Feb1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Trula Ward on 21Dec1938 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Otis Cheek; mo: Mary Donavan. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Charlene M. Crim and Joyce A. Smith, both of Marshall, Mo., and Mary E. Rose of Independence, Mo.; eight grand and 12 g-grandchildren and one step-grand and four step-g-grandchildren; one brother: Charles Cheek of Pittsfield; and two sisters: Elsie Doyle of Pittsfield; and two sisters: Elsie Doyle of Pittsfield and Juanita Hicks of Alton. Preceded by one brother: Harold D. Cheek.

CHENAULT, Mary Margaret (Cowhick); b: 25Aug1920, Winchester, Il.; d: 7Nov1977, Lexington, Ky.; bu: Family plot, Richmond, Ky. (cremated); m: Harvey Chenault, M.D. of Lexington, Ky. in 1942 (place not stated); fa: George Cowhick, Sr.; mo: Mildred Woodall. A resident of Lexington, Ky.; formerly of Winchester, Il. Survived by her husband; these children: Katherine McManus of Charlotte, N.C., Georgana Hiatt of Memphis, Tenn., Harvey Chenault, Jr. and Douglass Chenault of Lexington, Ky.; two grandchildren; a niece; and a nephew. Preceded by her parents; and a brother: Richard.

CHENAULT, Rollie; b: 7Aug1915, Chicago, Il.; d: 21Mar1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Emanuel East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Rollie Chenault; mo: (not stated). Survived by a cousin: Irwin Turner of Dayton, Ohio.

CHENEY, Richard R.; b: 15Jun1919, Pana, Il.; d: 22Jan1985, Taylorville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler National Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: June Clark on 8May1944 in Oakland, Calif.; fa; Warren Cheney; mo: Leone Smith. Vet. Survived by his wife; his mother: Leone Cheney Lewis of Pana; a brother: Wilbur Cheney of Peoria; two sons: James Cheney of Santa Fe., N.M., and Douglas Cheney of Ashland, Ore.; one daughter: Sandra Tracy of San Diego, Calif.; and one grandson.

CHENOWETH, Karl; b: (not stated); d: 11Jan1990, Reno, Nev.; bu: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Reno, Nev.; formerly of Escondidi, Calif.. Was 89 years of age at death. Survived by a sister: Mrs. G. O. (Bernice) Webster of Jacksonville. Preceded by a sister: Mrs. Fred (Gweneth) Sauer on 27Nov1989 in Kansas City, Mo.; and two brothers.

CHESSER, Kara Sue; b: 22Nov1971, Beardstown, Il.; d: 4Sep1992, 4 miles south of Virginia, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; fa: Johnny Chesser; mo: Margaret Logue. A resident of Chandlerville. Survived by her parents of Chandlerville; her maternal grandmother: Vivian Richard of Chandlerville; four sisters: Shelly Chesser of Springfield and Johanna Lonergan, Della Chesser and Holly Chesser, all of Chandlerville; one nephew; and numerous aunts and uncles.

CHESTER, Mary Carol (McClelland); b: 4Apr1921, Carmel, N.Y.; d: 25Jan1996 Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Charles Gains Chester (date and place not stated); fa: Clarence P. McClelland; mo: Mary E. Adams. Husband preceded in death. Survived by two sons: Ronald (wife, Emily Dimaggio) Chester of Lexington, Mass., and Malcolm (wife, Peggy) Chester of Chicago; four grandchildren; one sister: Elizabeth Johnson of Rockford; and one brother: Dr. David McClelland of Lexington, Mass. Preceded by one brother: Charles Paul McClelland; and one sister: Janet McClelland.

CHESTER, Raymond A.; b: (not stated); d: 4May1982, Grosse Pointe, Michigan; bu: Michigan; m: Helen McClusky in 1945 (place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Was 57 years of age at time of death. Survived by his wife of Detroit, Michigan; five children: James, Richard, John, Joseph and Mrs. Peter (Kelly Ann) DeMarc, all of Detroit, Michigan; and eight grandchildren.

CHESTERFIELD, Ronald W.; b: 10Sep1912 (place not stated); d: 10Feb1988, Literberry, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). Survived by his fiancÚ: Eva Henderson.

CHESTNUT, George F., Jr.; b: 8Dec1942, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 18Aug1989, rural Frederick, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Bessie Stambough on 4Jun1963 (place not stated); fa: Geroge F. Chestnut; mo: Martha L. Johnson. Survived by his wife; four daughters: Wanda Chestnut, Becky Elzea and Marsha Chestnut, all of rural Quincy, and Pamela Chestnut, at home; six grandchildren; four brothers: Ronnie of Quincy, Harold of Oklahoma and Bill and Dewey of rural Rushville; a sister: Helen Atwood of Rushville; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by his father and one brother.

CHESTNUT, George F., Sr.; b: 10Feb1902, Golden, Il.; d: 31Aug1983, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Martha Louise Johnson (date and place not stated); fa: William Chestnut; mo: Helen Clark. A resident of rural Frederick, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Helen Atwood of Frederick; six sons: William L. of Rushville, Howard V. of Jacksonville, and Ronnie L., George Franklin, Morton L. and Dewey C., all of Frederick; 27 grand and three g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister and one brother. C

HESTNUT, Martha (Johnson); b: 8Feb1916, Cass Co., Il.; d: 23Aug1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: George F. Chestnut, Sr. in 1936 at Knoxville, Il.; fa: George Henry Johnson; mo: Lillian Belle. Husband preceded in death 31Aug1983. A resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by four sons: Ronnie of Quincy, Bill and Dewey, both of Rushville, and Howard of the state of Oklahoma; one daughter: Helen Atwood of Rushville; one sister: Alberta Vander of Versailles; 27 grand and 15 g-grandchildren. Preceded by her parents and two sons: George, Jr. and Martin.

CHESTNUT, Martin Leroy; b: 29May1946, Beardstown, Il.; d: 14Jun1987, Illinois River; bu: (not stated); m: Carrie Eaton on 30Dec1965 in Rushville, Il.; fa: George Chestnut; mo: Martha L. Johnson. A resident of Frederick, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Martha Layne of Rushville, Susan and Candy Chestnut of Frederick; one son: Martin, Jr. of Frederick; his mother of Frederick; one sister: Helen Atwood of Frederick; and five brothers: William L. of Rushville, Howard V. of Ocochogee, Fla., Ronnie L. of Quincy and George F. and Dewey C., both of Frederick.

CHESNUTT, Mattie (Reische); b: 29Jan1895, Brown Co., Il.; d: 7Feb1976, Quincy, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery; m: John M. Chesnutt in June, 1926 at Hersman, Il.; fa: Lewis Reische; mo: Florence Sandidge. Husband preceded in death in 1960. Survived by a son: Bill Chesnutt of Camp Springs, Maryland; the following step-children: John Chesnutt of S.C., Russell Chesnutt of California; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; and five step-great-grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: Rolland Reische and Miss Blanche Reische of Mt. Sterling, Oren Reische of Monmouth, Ross Reische of the state of Washington, and Lyle Reische of California. Preceded by one brother.

CHEW, Ilene (Carter); b: 5May1917, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 18Sep1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: James Chew (date and place not stated); fa: Truman Lee Carter; mo: Louella Christman. Husband preceded in death in October, 1979. Survived by two sons: Jim Chew of Missoula, Montana and Stan Chew of Havana; a daughter: Mrs. John (Pat) Richardson of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; and two brothers: Edgar Carter and Dean Carter, both of Jacksonville.

CHEW, James W.; b: 6Jan1909, Hazen, Ark.; d: 18Oct1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Ilene Carter (date and place not stated); fa: Joseph Chew; mo: Nellie Thornburg. A former resident of Bath, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Jim of Griggsville, Idaho and Stan of Havana; one daughter: Pat, wife of John Richardson of Jacksonville; and five grandchildren. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.

CHICHIARELLIA, Anne D. (Daniels); b: 7Jun1900, near Nortonville, Il.; d: 11Jun1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Lawrence Chichiarellia (date and place not stated); fa: Matthew Daniels; ;mo: Lorena Gilliland. Husband preceded in death in 1926. A resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Martha Suiter of Carson, Calif., and Mrs. Marvin (Lorena) Yeakel of Meredosia; and a brother: William Daniels of Ojai, California.

CHILDERS, Carl Richard; b: 1Nov1934, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 25Feb1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: West Side Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: Iretta Wagner on 20Oct1955 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: John Childers; mo: Freda Leadill. A resident of Versailles, Il. Survived by his wife; his parents of Versailles; three children: Patricia Kallenbach, Cynthia J. Gragg and Richard A. Childers, all of Versailles; three brothers: Lawrence Childers of Mt. Olive, Kenneth Childers of Beardstown and Glenn Childers of Versailles; seven grandchildren: Karla and Renee Childers, Jason and Justin Kallenbach, Cassie, Alyssa and Kyle Gragg; and several nieces and nephews.

CHILDERS, Gary Lee; b: 24Oct1953, Beardstown, Il.; d: 14Apr1990, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Julie Schnepper on 17Jul1981 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Kenneth Childers; mo: Rosalie (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; three sons: Gary, Jr., Jessie Allan and Phillip Childers, all of Beardstown; a daughter: Connie Lynn Childers of Beardstown; and several brothers and sisters.

CHILDERS, James Isaac; b: 12Sep1890, Curran, Il.; d: 22Feb1978, Auburn, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Loami, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: James Monroe Childers; mo: Mary Luella Deever. A resident of Loami. Survived by a son: Ellis of Bloomington, Tex.; two daughters: Helen Wilson of Granite City and Alma Cole of Laomi; a brother: John of Versailles; four sisters: Mae Woods of Girard, Margaret Lash and Ruth Crawford, both of Franklin, and Jane Heblewaite of Washington; and several grand and g-grandchildren.

CHILDERS, John M.; b: 10Aug1909, Chatham, Il.; d: 4Apr1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: West Side Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: Freda Leadill on 8Oct1928 in Springfield, Il.; fa: James M. Childers; mo: Loella Dever. A resident of Versailles, Il. Survived by his wife; three sons: Lawrence (wife, Betty) Childers of Mt. Olive, Kenneth (wife, Rosalee) Childers of Beardstown and Glenn (wife, Carol) Childers of Versailles; one daughter-in-law: Mrs. Ireta Childers of Versailles; 15 grand and 34 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; and one sister: Mrs. Jane Hipplewaite of Tacoma, Washington. Preceded by one son: Carl Childers; three brothers; six sisters; one grandson and three g-grandchildren.

CHILDERS, Misty Lynn; b: 25Jun1988, Portsmouth, Va.; d: 7Nov1988, Norfolk, Va.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: John Childers; mo: Carla Peacock. Survived by her parents: one sister: Amy, at home; grandparents: Rev. Lawrence and Betty Childers of Mt. Olive, and John and Carol Peacock of Rushville; great-grandparents: John and Freda Childers of Versailles, Charles and Virginia Cash of Macomb, Carl Shepard of Carthage and Maxine Peacock of Rushville.

CHILDRESS, Bernice I. (Norris); b: 3Apr1906, Mason, Il.; d: 23Sep1990, Effingham, Il.; bu: Waverly, Ill; m: Shelton Childress on 28Nov1935 in Charleston, Il.; fa: Bert Norris; mo: Nina Wilmeth. Husband preceded in death 9Jun1987. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by a brother: Howard Norris of Bella Grove; four nieces; and three nephews. Preceded by two brothers and one sister.

CHILDRESS, George Lowell "Doc"; b: 8Jul1918, Goldengate, Il.; d: 15Sep1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Vera A. Westerhold on 9Dec1954 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Robert Orlando Childress; mo: Grace M. Parkinson. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Jerry (Patricia) Plahn and Mrs. John (Louise) Carmody, both of Roodhouse; one granddaughter; two sisters: Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Oppenheimer of St. Louis, Mo., and Virginia Wharton of Godfrey; one brother: Edmund H. Childress of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Russell Childress.

CHILDRESS, Major; b: 18Sep1898, Payner, Mo.; d: 12Nov1979, Rockbridge, Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: Letha Jones in 1922 (place not stated); fa: George Childress; mo: Nancy Tinture. A resident of Rockbridge, Il. Survived by his wife; these children: Geneva Wilson of East St. Louis, Reamer "Chuck" of Brighton and James "Dick" of Godfrey; 15 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; a sister and a brother: Marie Slope of Oklahoma and Johnnie Childress of Arkansas. Preceded by two brothers and a sister.

CHILDRESS, Shelton R.; b: 26Jul1911, Charleston, Il.; d: 9Jun1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu; Waverly, Il.; m: Bernice Norris on 28Nov1935 in Charleston, Il.; fa: John Childress; mo: Anna Bates. A resident of Waverly, Il. WWII & Korean War vet. Survived by his wife; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one sister.

CHILDS, Irvin; b: 2Jan1924, Curryville, Mo.; d: 15Jun1989, Rock Island, Il.; bu: Curryville, Mo.; m: (not stated); fa: John Childs; mo: Bessie (surname not stated). A resident of Rock Island. Survived by two daughters: Nancy Wright of Jacksonville and Rhoda Kerr of Vandalia, Mo.; three sons: Robert of LaGrange and Irvin and Dennis, both of Hannibal, Mo.; and a sister: Evelyn Davis of Davenport, Ia.

CHILTON, Betty R. (Vail); b: 30Sep1925, Virginia, Il.; d: 23Jul1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: (body donated to medical research); m: Herschel Chilton on 17Oct1943 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Raymond Vail; mo: Callie McLamore. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Sandee Burley of Atlanta, Ga.; a son: Robert Chilton of Harlingen, Tex.; two grandsons; and her mother, a resident of Beardstown. Preceded by her father and an infant brother.

CHILTON, Eula B. (Day); b: 23Oct1907, Marshfield, Mo.; d: 8Feb1991, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Glenn Chilton on 30Oct1926 in Springfield, Mo.; fa: Ralph Day; mo: Margaret Herd. Husband preceded in death 9Jun1984. Survived by three sons: Ralph Edward Chilton of Norris City, J. Wayne Chilton of Virginia, and Bobby Glenn Chilton of Palm Beach, Fla.; 17 grand and several g-grand and g-g-grandchildren; two sisters: Pauline Davis of Marshfield, Mo., and Olive Lue Davis of Wichita, Kansas; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a grandson: Glenn J. Chilton; five brothers: Ruel, Ival, Rollive, Leonard and Don Day; and three sisters who all died in infancy.

CHILDTON, Glenn; b: 6Dec1905, Cass Co., Il.; d: 9Jun1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Eula Day on 30Oct1926 in Springfield, Mo.; fa: Edward Chilton; mo: Mattie Brunk. A resident of Virginia, Il. Surviving are his wife; three sons: Ralph Edward Chilton of Norris City, J. Wayne Chilton of Virginia, and Bobby Glenn Children of Pawnee; 17 grand, 21 g-grandchildren, and one g-g-grandchild; and a sister: Mrs. Hester Eilers of Chandlerville.

CHILTON, Herschel; b: 3May1920, Chandlerville, Il.; d: 3Sep1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: 1) Betty Vail in 1943 in Beardstown, Il.; and 2) Jennie Woods on 4Aug1984 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Guy Chilton; mo: Alice Atterberry. 1st wife preceded in death in 1983. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; his mother of the St. Luke Health Care Center in Beardstown; one son: Bobby Dan Chilton of Medford, Ore.; one daughter: Sandee Burley of Atlanta, Ga.; two grandsons; one great-granddaughter; one step-son: Terry McCoy of Browning; two step-daughters: Nancy Prucha of Naperville and Brenda Powell of South Elgin; eight step-grand and eight step-great-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Bill (Marjorie) Cook of Chandlerville; and two nieces.

CHILTON, James William; b: 7Apr1923, Chandlerville, Il.; d: 28Aug1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Margaret Alison Cox in 1944 (place not stated); fa: Thomas Chilton; mo: Elsie Rethorn. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife; three children: Nancy L. Chilton-Logsdon of Bartelsville, Okla., Lora J. Chilton-Smith of Springfield, and John R. Chilton of Salt Lake City, Utah; three granddaughters and a grandson; and a brother: Thomas Herbert Chilton of Virginia. Preceded in death by a sister.

CHILTON, Thomas Herbert; b: 20Aug1909, Cass Co., Il.; d: 26Mar1990, Jacksonville, Il.; Bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Ruth Dorothy Glick on 30Apr1949 in Chandlerville, Il.; fa: Thomas Chilton; mo: Elsie Rethorn. A resident of rural Virginia, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Esther Chilton of Lincoln; a son: Henry Chilton of Pleasant Plains; and a granddaughter: Abigail Chilton of Pleasant Plains. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CHINOWETH, Bernice (Carter); b: 2Jul1897, Wrights, Il.; d: 19Jul1983, Lincoln, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Leland E. Chinoweth on 8May1922 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Calvin Carter; mo: Henrietta Cunningham. A former resident of Carrollton, Il. Husband preceded in death 4Jul1970. Survived by two sons: Richard Chinoweth of Greenfield and Robert Chinoweth of Lincoln; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; and one brother: Howard Carter. Preceded by one sister and two brothers.

CHINOWETH, Richard F.; b: 23Nov1929, Carrollton, Il.; d: 10Jan1993, Greenfield, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Betty Batty on 9Sep1950 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Leland Chinoweth; mo: Bernice Carter. Korean War vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter; Mrs. Mark (Debbie) Powell of Greenfield; one son: Kent Chinoweth of Godfrey; four grandchildren; and one brother: Robert Chinoweth of Overland, Mo.

CHIPMAN, Bernard; b: 29Mar1917, Rushville, Il.; d: 11Nov1982, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Imogene Flynn Scott on 6May1951 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Edwin Chipman; mo: Bertha Roudebush. Survived by his wife; the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Caroline Bankes of Rushville, Mrs. Florence Haines of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Faye Releford of Deland, Fla., Raymond of Jerseyville, Jerry of Rushville, and Don of Beardstown; two half-sisters: Beulah Downs of Rushville and Mary Melvin of Huntsville. Preceded by three sisters and four half-brothers.

CHIPMAN, Gerald L.; b: 15Mar1924, Rushville, Il.; d: 22Mar1991, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: Edwin S. Chipman; mo: Bertha M. Roudebush. WWII Army vet. Survived by two brothers: Raymond "Bill" Chipman of Jerseyville and Don L. Chipman of Beardstown; three sisters: Caroline Bankes of Rushville, Florence Haines of Indianapolis, Ind., and Faye Releford of Deland, Fla. Preceded by one brother, two sisters, three half-brothers and two half-sisters.

CHIPMAN, Raymond E. "Bill"; b: 27Jul1914, Littleton, Il.; d: 22Dec1996, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville, Il.; m: Frances K. Barker on 17Apr1940 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa; Edward Chipman; mo: Bertha Roudebush. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Francis (Sandra) Guidi of Rialto, Calif., and Judy Dunham of Jerseyville; four grand and three g-grandchildren; a brother: Donald of Beardstown; and two sisters: Faye Releford of Deland, Fla. and Florence Haines of Indianapolis, Ind. Preceded by two brothers: Bernard and Gerald; four sisters: Geraldine, Iva, Caroline and Evelyn; two half-sisters: Mary and Beulah; and four half-brothers: Albert, Herman, Edward and Julian.

CHISHOLM, Edward K.; b: 10Sep1953, San Antonio, Texas; d: 23Jan1989, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Candy Chestnut on 15Aug1986 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Jack Chisholm; mo: Lil Womack. A resident of Beardstown. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Amber June and Cassandra Ann, both of Beardstown, and Manelanie Ann of Jacksonville; his mother; two sisters: Venus Hoar and Ann Chisholm both of Beardstown; and three brothers: Steve and Richard Chisholm and Randy Hoar, all of Beardstown; his maternal grandmother: Dellia Hallfordos of Bangs, Tex.; his paternal grandparents: Cecil ad Louise Thompson of Beardstown; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by his father.

CHISHOLM, Eugene D. "Jack"; b: 6Aug1931, Alexander Bay, N.Y.; d: 27Jan1987, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Lil Womack on 2Feb1954, Bangs, Texas; fa: Eugene D. Chisholm, Sr.; mo: Louise Newman. A resident of Beardstown. Marine Corps vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Venus Hoar and Ann Chisholm, both of Beardstown; four sons: Edward Lee Chisholm, Stephen Chisholm, Richard Chisholm and Randy Hoar, all of Beardstown; six grandchildren; and parents: Cecil and Louise Newman Thompson of Beardstown.

CHISM, Juanita Delores (Rands); b: 17Nov1925 (place not stated); d: 16Oct1979, Litchfield, Il.; bu: Chesterfield Cemetery; m: Dale Chism (date and place not stated); fa: Lynn Rands; mo: Marie Horton. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Donald (Cathy) Menge of Jacksonville; two sons: Roger and Jim of Carlinville; four grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Oliver Weller of Palmyra, Miss Faye Rands of Hettick and Mrs. Ace Brower of Westerville, Ohio; and one brother: Horton Rands of Palmyra.

CHISM, Mary (Narr); b: 16Dec1899, Waverly, Il.; d: 7Dec1988, Waverly, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Ernest Chism (date and place not stated); fa: Edward Narr; mo: Elizabeth Parkin. Husband preceded in death in September, 1964. Survived by a niece: Mrs. Marian Smart Getts of Pasadena, Calif.; and several g-nieces and g-nephews. Preceded by a sister and a nephew.

CHISM, Nina; b: 23Oct1887, Palmyra, Il.; d: 14Feb1985, Girard, Il.; bu: Oak Gill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; fa: Harvey Chism; mo: Elizabeth Stults. A former resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by four sisters and three brothers.

CISNE, Edwin Ralph; b: 15Nov1922, Gilbert, Ark.; d: 15Jul1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Ruth Jean Siegfried on 24Apr1943 in Manhatten, Kansas; fa: A. R. Cisne; mo: Bessie Settles. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: James E. Cisne and Jeffrey Cisne, both of Jacksonville; one daughter: Sally Boone of Jacksonville; seven grandchildren; and one sister: Vera Sue Schneider of Jacksonville. Preceded by two bothers: Charles Cisne and Robert Cisne.

CHOATE, Marjorie C. (Christison); b: 13Jun1925, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 28Mar1992, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Howard F. "Don" Choate on 10Nov1945 in Arlington, Va.; fa: Carl Christison; mo: Marie Craddock. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Sharon Choate-Brewer of Henderson, Nev.; one son: Ronald Reginald Choate of Maiden, Mass.; four grandchildren; two brothers: Edward and Roy Christison, both of Danville; and one sister: Vivian Knight of White Hall. Preceded by her parents.

CHOCKLEY, Charlet E. (Brockman); b: 21Feb1946, Beardstown, Il.; d: 6Jan1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Fred W. Brockman; mo: Beulah Ashcraft. A resident of rural Beardstown, Il. Survived by her mother; one brother: Richard L. Brockman, both of Beardstown; two nieces and nephews; five aunts, and several cousins.

CHOCKLEY, Iva J. (Prunty); b: 27Nov1914, Huntsville, Il.; d: 13Oct1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Herman Chockley on 20Oct1934 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Jesse Prunty; mo: Belle Cooper. Husband preceded in death 30Sep1956. Survived by one son: Richard Chockley of Rushville; three daughters: Carole Shaw of Rushville, Doris DeWitt of Beardstown and Linda Tankersley of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; three sisters: Julia Allen of Camden, Jessie Wiggins of Beardstown and Hazel Dean of Kirkwood; one brother: Fred Prunty of Moline; eight grand and 13 g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

CHOCKLEY, James A.; b: 21May1913, Woodstock, Il.; d: 6May1983, Rushville, Il.; bu: Ripley, Il.; m: Edna Clark on 1Oct1938 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Henry Chockley; mo: Mary Kelly. A resident of Myers Nursing Center of Beardstown, Il.; formerly of Ripley, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Verne of Lincoln and Danny of Murrayville; a daughter: Linda Miller of rural Browning; six grandchildren; and a brother: Clarence of Golden. Preceded by two brothers and a sister.

CHRISMAN, Cecil I. (Fry); b: 27Jan1907 (place not stated); d: 17Sep1987, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Owen H. "Cy" Chrisman on 11Oct1925 (place not stated); fa: L. L. Fry; mo: Lenora (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 12Oct1980. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Dale (Phyllis) Hager; three grandsons: Terry, Dale and Aaron Hager; two granddaughters: Mrs. Vicki Haberman and Emily Hager, all of Beardstown; eight g-grandchildren; two sisters: Neta Cunningham of Beardstown and Gertrude Chrisman of Bowling Green, Mo. Preceded by two brothers: two sisters: and one granddaughter.

CHRISMAN, Edna B. (Baird); b: 29Jan1895, Neelyville, Il.; d: 26Aug1985, Kalispell, Montana; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Walter Baird; mo: Dollie Belle Henry. A resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by a son: A. B. Chrisman of Meredosia; a daughter: Garnet Crow of Kalispell, Mont.; three grandchildren; four great-grandsons; a sister: Edith Eson; and a brother: Bernard Baird, both of Morrisonville.

CHRISMAN, Eleanor B. (Trusty); b: 20Aug1923, Woodville, Il.; d: 27Jun1991, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Gilbert W. Trusty; mo: Gertie Mae Brannan. Survived by one son: Jerry Chrisman of Carrollton; two granddaughters: Melissa Cunningham of Carlinville and Jennifer Chrisman of Carrollton; and two sisters: Dorothy Prough of Greenfield and Rosemary Watts of Cucamonga, Calif. Preceded by two brothers: Newell and Glenn Trusty.

CHRISTEN, Albert; b: (date not stated), Carrollton, Il.; d: 29Jul1982, Louisville, Ky.; bu: Mt. Gilead Cemetery, southwest of Carrollton, Il.; m: Ruth Prough (date and place not stated); fa: George Christen; mo: Ida Mae Campbell. A resident of Louisville, Ky.; was 87 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. George (Eileen) Vinyard of White Hall and Mrs. Kenneth Hardwick of Louisville; a son: George Christen of Houston, Tex.; seven grand and 10 g-grandchildren.

CHRISTEN, Dorothy Mae (Cummings); b: 2Aug1916, near Eldred, Il.; d: 3Jan1995, Columbia, Mo.; bu: Berlin Cemetery, south of Eldred, Il.; m: 1) Gilroy Christen on 20Nov1934 in St. Charles, Mo.; and 2) Edwin Dibben on 20Jun1949 in Oklahoma; fa: Christopher Cummings; mo: Elsie Gilleland. 1st husband preceded in death 17Sep1975. A resident of Versailles, Mo.; formerly of Greene Co., Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Elsie (husband, Charles) Drury of Stove, Mo.; two sons: Christopher Christen of Alton and Samuel (wife, Nancy) Christen of South Roxana; eight grand and six g-grandchildren; and a sister: Katherine Rawlins of Kenner, La. Preceded by a sister: Frances Cummings.

CHRISTEN, Herbert H.; b: 21Oct1905, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 27Jan1978, Boonville, Indiana; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Edith Bender (date and place not stated); fa: Fred Christen; mo: Sophia Mau. A resident of Chandler, Indiana; formerly of Ashland, Il. Survived by h is wife; a sister: Mrs. Alma Johnson of Ashland; two brothers: John and Walter of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by four brothers.

CHRISTEN, Irene (Withee); b: 23Nov1899, Chapin, Il.; d: 2Nov1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: William Charles Christen on 3Jul1929 (place not stated); fa: Hart A. Withee; mo: Mary Shepherd. Husband preceded in death 17Apr1948. Survived by two sons: Garland Christen of Centralia, Mo. and Harold Christen of Jacksonville; two step-daughters: Lorena Smith of Cypress, Calif., and Marjorie Lamarand of Westminster, Calif.; 14 grand and several g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: William; two sisters; three brothers; one granddaughter; and one g-grandson.

CHRISTEN, Maizel M. (Reiser); b: 10Oct1908, Ashland, Il.; d: 11Nov1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: St. Augustine Cemetery, Ashland, Il.; m: John E. Christen in 1926 (place not stated); fa: Anthony Reiser; mo: Mayme Biggs. Husband preceded in death in 1982. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Mary Jean Cimarossa and Mrs. John (Carol ) Tavermor, both of Springfield, and Mrs. William (Joan) Hartman of Lincoln; one son: John T. Christen of Springfield; 19 grand and 8 g-grandchildren; one brother: Thomas B. Reiser of Springfield; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

CHRISTEN, William Robert: b: 1May1927, Springfield, Il.; d: 26Jan1984, Phoenix, Ariz.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: William Charles Christen; mo: Maude Reichert. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Navy WWII vet. Survived by his step-mother: Irene Christen of Jacksonville; the following children: Robert Christen of Woodstock, Ga., Rebecca Taylor of Jacksonville, Jeannie Redhage of Sullivan, Mo., and John Christen of Jacksonville; four grandchildren; two sisters: Marge Lamarand of Westminster, Calif., and Larena Smith of Cypress, Calif.; and two brothers: Garland Christen of LaPorte City, Ia., and Harold Christen of Jacksonville. Preceded in death by a grandson.

CHRISTENSEN, Mildred (Decker); b: 5Jan1914, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 14Aug1988, Houston, Tex.; bu: Houston, Tex.; m: (not stated); fa: Edward Decker; mo: Maude (surname not stated). Survived by three children: Mrs. Carol La Paglia, Mrs. Shirley Stagner and Leslie Christensen, all of Houston, Tex.; a sister: Dortha Massey of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CHRISTENSEN, William J.; b: 22Nov1941, Racine, Wisc.; d: 19Jan1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, Beardstown, Il.; m: Judy Mitchell on 22Sep1965 in Chicago, Il.; fa: Willad J. Christensen; mo: Rose DeMatthews. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Chris of Virginia; a granddaughter: Laura Christensen of Virginia; his father of Wild Rose, Wisc.; his mother; and a sister: Mrs. Lloyd (Sharon) Siedel of Racine, Wisc. He was raised by his step-mother: Sophia Christensen, who preceded in death in 1977.

CHRISTIAN, Raymond; b: 16Feb1908, near Littleton, Il.; d: 30Sep1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Mound Cemetery, Timewell, Il.; m: Anna Hippen on 15Mar1934 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: Charles Christian; mo: Kitty Wheeler. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Roland (Vera) Desruisseau of Mesa, Ariz.., and Mrs. Jerry (Rosalie) Meyer of Quincy; seven grandchildren; two brothers: Herschel of Hemet, Calif., and Cletis of Fullerton, Calif.; and one sister: Mrs. Lois Gray of Macomb. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CHRISTIANER, Gertrude K. (Heirman); b: 5Sep1899, Cass Co., Il.; d: 1Apr1981, Bloomington, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Arthur Christianer (date and place not stated); fa: George Heirman; mo: Emma Wagle. Husband preceded in death in 1960. A resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by two sons: Harry Dean of Normal and Melvin L. of Sappington, Mo.; a brother: Marvin Heirman of Elkhart; five grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CHRISTIANER, Glenn O.; b: 5Mar1921, Meredosia, Il.; d: 27Oct1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Oakwood Cemetery; m: Alvena M. Sallee on 24Sep1943 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Otto Christianer; mo: Myrlte Burrus. Survived by his wife; three sons: James L. of Ursa, David of Pittsfield and Tom of Florissant, Mo.; a daughter: Mrs. Debbie Ingram of Independence, Mo.; a sister: Ruth L. Christianer of Springfield; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CHRISTIANS, Augusta (Meyer); b: 1Dec1907, Champaign Co., Il.; d: 22Mar1978, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beckman Cemetery, near Thomasboro, Il.; m: Herman F. Christians on 1Dec1928 in Danville, Il.; fa: Gerhardt Meyer; mo: Anna Christians. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: Kenneth R. of Jacksonville; three grand and three great-grandchildren; these sisters: Louise Eiskamp and Clara Kaufmann, both of Jacksonville, Delores Jung of Birmingham, Mich., and Lilly Blanche of Buckley, Il.; and these brothers: Herbert of Hynueme Bay, Calif., Carl of Vandalia and Robert Meyer of Beardstown. Preceded by two brothers.

CHRISTIANS, Herman F.; b: 18Jul1902, Champaign Co., Il.; d: 15May1988, Jacksonville, Il; bu: Beckman Cemetery, Champaign Co., Il.; m: Augusta F. Meyer on 1Dec1928 in Danville, Il.; fa: Hemmo Christians; mo: Maria Johnson. Wife preceded in death 22Mar1978. Survived by a son: Kenneth of Jacksonville; three grandchildren: Eric Christians of Taylorville, Peggy Blesse of Mt. Zion and Gwen Dillow of Dalton City; and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers and three sisters.

CHRISTIANSON, Mabel Mae (Gregory); b: 2Jan1902, Naples, Il.; d: 1Mar1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Swan Lake Memory Gardens, Peoria, Il.; m: Thorfen Christianson on 29Jan1941 in Garland, Ark.; fa: Edward Gregory; mo: Elizabeth VanHying. Husband preceded in death in December, 1971. A former resident of Chapin and Peoria. Survived by two brothers: Oscar Gregory of Raton, N.M., and Elmer Gregory of Naples; and a sister: Margaret Dunlap of Peoria.

CHRISTISON, Beatrice Marie (Craddock); b: 7Jan1904, Murrayville, Il.; d: 25Jun1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Carl Christison on 28Dec1922 (place not stated); fa: Martin Craddock; mo: Saluda Patterson. Husband preceded in death in 1964. Survived by four children: Mrs. Howard (Marjorie) Choate of Jacksonville; Mrs. Vedder (Vivian) Knight of White Hall, Edward and Roy, both of Danville; a brother: Charles Craddock of Winchester; four sisters: Mrs. Frieda Pennell, Mrs. Faye Seymour, and Mrs. Vivian Burke, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. Catherine Crum of Peoria; ten grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter, five brothers and sisters.

CHRISTISON, Blanche (Worrell); 1Aug1908, Naples, Il.; d: 21Aug1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Crisp Cemetery; m: Opal Christison on 4Aug1928 (place not stated); fa: (not stated); mo: Edna Worrell. Husband preceded in death 9Jun1973. A resident of rural Bluffs, Il. Survived by a half-sister: Connie Ayers of Perry.

CHRISTISON, Clarence C.; b: 7Apr1906, Bluffs, Il.; d: 19Aug1990, Winchester, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mary Elizabeth McClean on 10Oct1942 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Edward Christison; mo: Laura Marie Groce. Wife preceded in death 8Jan1973. Resident of Bluffs, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by one daughter: Frances Stone of Jacksonville; one son: John William Baker of Jacksonville; four grand, 10 g-grandchildren; one sister: Helen Marie Smith of Kellyville, Okla.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter; and five brothers: Clyde, Russell, William, Melvin and Charles.

CHRISTISON, Clyde "Gabe"; b: 24Jan1905, Scott Co., Il.; d: 7Jun1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: Henry Christison; mo: Mary Butzback. A resident of rural Winchester, Il. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Cecil Stennett of Perry, Mo. and Mrs. Ola Rueter of Winchester. Preceded by two brothers.

CHRISTISON, Frances E.; b: 21Jan1944, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 3Apr1983, Painesville, Ohio; bu: Riverside Cemetery, Painesville, Ohio; m: (not stated); fa: Roy Lee Christison; mo: Julia Hart. Resident of Painesville, Ohio; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his mother: Mrs. John Flynn of Washington, D.C.; three daughters: Judith, Annett and Patricia, and one son: Ralph John, all at home; and one granddaughter.

CHRISTISON, George B.; b: 29Jan1915, Holland, Mich.; d: 30Dec1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Old Salem Cemetery; m: Ruth R. "Sue" Young on 15Jan1938 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Hardin Christison; mo: Augusta Antreter. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Jacksonville. Survived by his wife; two sons: James S. (wife, Donna) of Springfield and P. Thomas (Wife, Susan) of San Diego, Calif.; a daughter: Mrs. Joseph (Marilyn) Legener of Auburn; a sister: Alice Lister of Tucson, Ariz.; a granddaughter; four step-grand and several step-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.

CHRISTISON, Gerald; b: (not stated); d: 16Jan1985, Pensacola, Fla.; bu: Pensacola, Fla.; m: (not stated); fa: Lloyd Christison; mo: Janice (surname not stated). Was 45 years of age at death. Survived by his mother (whom he made his home with) and an uncle: Raymond Christison of Bluffs, Il.

CHRISTISON, Gerald L. "Gabe"; b: 24Oct1931, Winchester, Il.; d: 23Oct1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Yatesville, Il.; m: Frances Hoagland in 1955 at Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Homer C. Christison; mo: Geraldine Cummings. A resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by his wife; four sons: Randy of Ashland, Jerry of Tulsa, Okla., and Larry and Mark, at home; his mother: Geraldine Cummings of Jacksonville; one brother: Claude of Jacksonville; three sisters: Mildred Fleury of Jerseyville, Pauline Miller of Jacksonville and Judith Rueter of Anaheim, Calif. Preceded by one daughter.

CHRISTISON, Homer C.; b: 9Aug1907, Scott Co., IL.; d: 14Apr1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Gerald Cummings on 24May1927 (place not stated); fa: John H. Christison; mo: Flora Bunch. Survived by his wife; two sons: Gerald of Ashland and Claude of Jacksonville; three daughters: Mildred Hopper of White Hall, Pauline Miller of Jacksonville and Mrs. Don (Judy) Rueter of Murrayville; 13 grand and 10 g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Marie Leahr of Havana and Fredia Zietler of Jacksonville. Preceded by a sister and a great-grandson.

CHRISTISON, Irene (Glossop); b: 24Apr1896, Winchester, Il.; d: 6Jul1989, Decatur, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Elmer J. Christison in 1918 (place not stated); fa: William H. Glossop; mo: Katherine Lakford. Husband preceded in death in 1939. Survived by two daughters: Marjorie Verdon of Decatur and Mrs. Russell (Kathryn) Gardner of Jacksonville; two sons: Wayne Christison of Hot Springs, Ark., and Ralph Christison of Bettendorf, Ia.; eight grand and eight g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Katherine Foelker of Decatur and Martha Gahnstrom of Denver, Colo. Preceded by an infant son and three brothers.

CHRISTISON, James Albert; b: 22May1914, Winchester, Il.; d: 19May1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). Army vet. No survivors listed.

CHRISTISON, Lloyd C.; b: 25Feb1916, Bluffs, Il.; d: 7Mar1983, Camp Point, Il.; bu: Green Cemetery; mo: Mabel Thompson on 24Feb1964 (place not stated); fa: Bert Christison; mo: Cecil Six. A former resident of Bluffs, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Gerald of Pensacola, Fla.; two step-children: Tracey Kauffman of Buffs and Joe Kauffman of Peoria; a sister: Evelyn Templin of Winchester; two brothers: Roy Christison of Winchester, and Raymond Christison of Bluffs; and six step-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Larry Christison.

CHRISTISON, Louise G. (Wennermark); b:20Aug1888, Lincoln Co., Minn.; d: 7Aug1983, White Hall, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: 1) J. E. Benton in 1910; and 2) Samuel Edwards Christison in 1941 (places not stated); fa: Herman Wennermark; mo: Maria Svensson. 1st husband preceded n death in 1938; 2nd in 1970. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by one daughter: Lesa Carlson of Phoenix, Ariz.; one stepson: Clarence Christison of Bluffs; two grandchildren: John Bronstein of Aurora (raised in her home), and Laura Bruno of Los Angeles, Calif. Preceded by a son, two brothers and three sisters.

CHRISTISON, Mabel Lou (Dale); b: 8Aug1928, Bluffs, Il.; d: 24Feb1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: Green Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: 1) Wilbur Kauffman; and 2) Lloyd Christison (dates and places not stated); fa: Francis Dale; mo: Lula Thompson. 2nd husband preceded in death in 1983. A resident of Barry, Il.; formerly of Bluffs, Il. Survived by two children: Tracey D. Kaufmann of Bluffs and Joe D. Kaufmann of Peoria; one brother: Richard Thompson of Mountain Home, Ark.; two sisters: Velma Wendorff of Barry and Ruth Gregory of Bluffs; and two grandchildren.

CHRISTISON, Margaret Helen (Kesterson); b: 10Feb1915, Scott Co., Il.; d: 7Nov1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Hillcrest Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: Melvin Christison on 5Aug1930 in Scott Co., Il.; fa: Harvey Kesterson; mo: Annis Bunch. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by three children: William Christison of rural Pittsfield, Mrs. Clarence (Patsy) Huseman of Dwight, and Mrs. Kenneth (Dixie) Atkinson of Morris; 11 grand and 14 g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Jack (Shirley) Welch of Bluffs. Preceded in death by a sister and two brothers.

CHRISTISON, Melvin R.; b: 22Aug1910, Scott Co., Il.; d: 19Oct1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Hillcrest Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: Margaret Kesterson on 5Aug1930 in Scott Co., Il.; fa: Edward Christison; mo: Laura Gross. A resident of Bluffs, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: William of Pittsfield; two daughters: Patsy Huseman of Dwight and Dixie Atkinson of Mazon; 11 grand and five g-grandchildren; two brothers: Russell of California and Clarence of Bluffs; and a sister: Helen Smith of Virginia.

CHRISTISON, Mildred Geraldine (Cummings); b: 21Jul1910, Winchester, Il.; d: 14Jun1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Homer Christison on 24May1927 in Pike Co., Il.; fa: Brent Cummings; mo: Emma Johnson. Husband preceded in death in 1981. Survived by a son: Claude Christison of Jacksonville; three daughters: Mrs. Lewis (Mildred) Fleury of White Hall, Pauline Miller of Jacksonville and Mrs. Don (Judy) Rueter of Anaheim, Calif.; 14 grand, 30 g-grand and five g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Gerald; a g-grandson; six brothers; and two sisters.

CHRISTISON, Roy; b: 6Apr1911, Scott Co., Il.; d: 29Sep1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Bernice Templin in 1939 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Bert Christison; mo: Cecil Six. A resident of rural Winchester, Il. WWII Vet. Survived by his wife; one sister: Mrs. Edward (Evelyn) Templin of rural Winchester; one brother: Raymond D. Christison of Bluffs; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Lloyd.

CHRISTISON, Venita F. (Smith); b: 12Jan1902, Perry, Il.; d: 6Nov1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: 1) Harry Badgley on 23Oct1920; and 2) Walker Christison in February, 1962 (place not stated); fa: Sylvia Smith; mo: Lucy Jones. 1st husband preceded in death 17Dec1957; 2nd 9Aug1979. A resident of 720 Mason St., Barry, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. John (Glorine) Phebus of Barry; two sons: William Badgley and Harold Roy Badgley, both of Barry; 11 grand, 30 g-grand and 5 g-g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Leta Hinds of Quincy and Mrs. Shearer (Sylvia) Lewellen of Barry. Preceded by a daughter; a granddaughter; a grandson; two g-grandchildren; four sisters; and a brother.

CHRISTISON, Walker; b: (not stated); d: 9Aug1979, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Venita (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by his wife; a sister: Nellie Weisenburger of Jacksonville; and two nieces: Marilyn Davis of Jacksonville and Lucille Wilson of Macomb.

CHRISTNER, Beulah (Grafton); b: 12Apr1895, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 7Mar1987, Quincy, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Henry Christner on 22Mar1911 (place not stated); fa: Samuel Grafton; mo: Florence Whalen. Husband preceded in death in 1966. A resident of Mt. Sterling. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Florence Jensen of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Dan (Cyrene) Eberle of Morton and Mrs. Vernon (Alberta) Bowman of Peoria; one daughter-in-law: Mrs. Goldie Christner of Mt. Sterling; nine grand and 15 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Kenneth; one daughter: Betty; three sisters; and five brothers.

CHRISTNER, Kenneth; b: 14Sep1913, Brown Co., Il.; d: 13Aug1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Goldie Sorrells on 27Jun1941 in DeSoto, Mo.; fa: Henry Christner; mo: Beulah Grafton. A resident of Timewell, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Larry of Mt. Sterling; two daughters: Mrs. Ronald (Marilyn) Miller of Quincy, and Mrs. Wes (Ruth) DeMoss of Camp Point; three sisters: Mrs. Florence Jensen of Mt. Sterling; Mrs. Cyrene Eberle of Morton and Mrs. Alberta Bowman of Peoria; and seven grandchildren. Preceded by his father and a sister.

CHRISTOPHER, Alice O. (Ottwell); b: 22Sep1894, Venice, Il.; d: 23Jun1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, Pearl, Il.; m: Edward J. Christopher on 1Nov1930 (place not stated); fa: William Ottwell; mo: Mollie Pettit. Husband preceded in death 21Dec1980. Survived by a sister: Ruth Bosch of Jacksonville; three nieces: Donna Ward of Jacksonville, Marjorie Johnson of Pittsfield and Lori Uhe of Edwardsville; and one nephew: Jim Ottwell of Pearl. Preceded by a sister: Susie Waters; an two brothers: Roy Ottwell and Harry Ottwell in infancy.

CHRISTY, Irene; b: 9Dec1925, Reed Springs, Mo.; d: 16Dec1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Hazelwood Cemetery, Springfield, Mo.; m: Robert Christy (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1974. A former resident of Springfield, Il. Survived by three sons: Roland Christy of Jacksonville and John Christy and Robert "Dude" Christy, both of Springfield, Mo.; a daughter: Mrs. Michael (Ruby Gale) Fitzanko of Pekin; and eight grandchildren.

CHRONISTER, Donald A.; b: 3Aug1927, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 12Feb1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Patricia McManaway on 22Nov1960 in East St. Louis, Il.; fa: Finus Chapman; mo: Mary McGee. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Ricka Tipton of Clearwater, Fla., Lana Sammartino of Harwood Heights, Mary Morrell of Rushville, Kimberly Coates of Horse Cave, Ky., and Donna Saller of St. Louis; one stepson: Ivan Smith of St. Louis; one stepdaughter: Sue Harris of Creve Coeur, Mo.; 12 grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by his parents.

CHURCHILL, Christine F. (Smith); b: 26Nov1930, Pleasant Plains, Il.; d: 29Feb1992, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Richwoods Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Arthur W. Churchill on 16Dec1951 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Gamblin Smith; mo: Verdie Denny. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by her husband; three sons: Jerry and Arthur Churchill, Jr., both of Jacksonville, and Robert Churchill of White Hall; three daughters: Mrs. William (Judy) Copley and Mrs. Wayne (Linda) Hill, both of Jacksonville, and Mrs. John (Sandra) Voyles of White Hall; 13 grandchildren; one brother: Wendell Smith of Springfield; and three sisters: Edith Hamm and Dorothy Morris, both of Pekin and Betty Lou Elmore of Peoria. Preceded by one daughter: Joyce Ann; two grandsons: Mark and Mathew Copley; one sister: Ova Mildred Carter; and one brother: Sheryl Smith.

CHURCHILL, Dorothy M. (Illman); b: 24Feb1911, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 4Feb1987, Quincy, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Glenn Churchill on 26Jun1936 in Ottawa, Il.; fa: Frank P. Illman; mo: Sarah J. Rittenhouse. A resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by her husband; a brother: Charles Illman of Rushville; and a sister: Mrs. Wilma Bordenkircher of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by three brothers.

CHURCHILL, Grace (Bishop); b: 16Jul1892, Mt. Vernon, Il.; d: 19Oct1986, Evansville Indiana; bu: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Mt. Vernon, Il.; m: Lloyd Churchill (date and place not stated); fa: Purn Bishop; mo: Cora (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death. Survived by one son: James, a former Jacksonville teacher who now lives in Springfield; ten grand and numerous g-grandchildren; three nieces; two nephews; two daughters-in-law: Freda Churchill of Evansville and Hattie Churchill. Preceded by three sons.

CHURCHILL, Jack L.; b: 20Oct1924, Rushville, Il.; d: 18Dec1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: (not stated); fa: Ward Churchill; mo: Ethel Janes. A resident of Rushville. WWII Army vet. Survived by his mother of Rushville; one son: Caig Churchill of Federal Way, Wash.; one daughter: Zena Fuhrmann of Sumner, Wash.; and seven grandchildren. Preceded by his father.

CHUMLEY, Edwy L.; b: 8Oct1911, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 7Feb1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville; m: Dorothy Mae Durr on 29Nov1935 in Macon, Mo.; fa: Thomas C. Chumley; mo: Myrtle Cannon. Survived by his wife; a son: Thomas Edwy Chumley (wife, Phyllis) of Jacksonville; a daughter: Mrs. Richard (Dorothy Ann) Norfleet of Edwardsville; four grand and six g-grandchildren; a brother: Ernest W. "Perk" Chumley of Jacksonville; a sister: Mrs. Andrew (Eloise) Ridder of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers: Glenn, James and Paul Chumley.

CHUMLEY, James; b: (not stated); d: 30Jul1986, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo.; m: Norine Day (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of St. Louis; was 70 years of age at death. WWII vet. Survived by five children: Ted of Houston, Tex., Patrick of Creve Couer, Mo., Mrs. Phillip (Rosemary) Birner of Houston, Tex., and Mickey and Time of St. Louis, Mo.; 13 grandchildren; three brothers: Edwy, Paul and Perk, all of Jacksonville; and one sister: Mrs. Andrew (Eloise) Ridder of Jacksonville.

CHUMLEY, John J.; b: 30Sep1908, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 12Apr1986, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Sybil Steelman on 17Jun1935 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Sylvester Chumley; mo: Rebecca Wright. Wife preceded in death 8Dec1985. Survived by one son: John C. of Lodi, Calif.; four daughters: Mrs. Warren (Jeanie) Fansler and Mrs. William (Judy) Hoesman, both of White Hall, Mrs. Forrest (Becky) Jones of Roodhouse and Mrs. Terry (Jan) Price of Bentonville, Ark.; 10 grand and 5 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister.

CHUMLEY, Norine D. (Day); b: 23Jan1917, Mosier, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 12Oct1996, Chesterfield, Mo.; bu: Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo.; m: James T. Chumley on 1May1940 (place not stated); fa: Bartholomew Day; mo: Pearl (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 30Jul1986. A resident of Chesterfield; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by one daughter: Rosemary (husband, Phillip) Birner of Spring, Tex.; four sons: Ted (wife, Cheryl), Patrick (wife, Linda), Michael (wife, Mary Ann), and Timothy (wife, Patricia), all of the St. Louis area; 13 grand and six g-grandchildren; and one sister: Virginia (husband, George) Fritcher. Preceded by three brothers: Father John Day, James Day and Harold Day.

CHUMLEY, Paul; b: 25Jan1913, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 26Aug1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Franklin, Il.; m: Clara L. Ridder on 14Feb1942 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Thomas C. Chumley; mo: Myrtle Cannon. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; three sons: Robert and Ross, both of Jacksonville, and Terry of Springfield; three daughters: Mrs. Dominic (Paulette) Carochi of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Terry (Rose) Fernandes and Mrs. Lonnie (Tracey) Wilcox, both of Jacksonville; 13 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers: Edwy L. Chumley and Ernest W. "Perk" Chumley, both of Jacksonville; one sister: Mrs. Andrew (Eloise) Ridder of Jacksonville; and a number of nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Glenn and James.

CHUMLEY, Sybil J. (Steelman); b: 28Mar1909, Alsey, Il.; d: 8Dec1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: John J. Chumley on 17Jul1935 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Otis Steelman; mo: Ethel Hoots. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by her husband; four daughters: Mrs. Warren (Jeanie) Fansler and Mrs. William (Judy) Hoseman, both of White Hall, Mrs. Forrest (Becky) Jones of Roodhouse and Mrs. Terry (Jan) Price of Bentonville, Ark.; one stepson: John C. of Lodi, Calif.; and three brothers: Graydon Steelman of St. Louis, Mo. and Keith Steelman and Gordon Steelman, both of St. Ann, Mo. Preceded by two brothers.

CHURCHILL, Raymond E. "Dutch"; b: 19Oct1903, near Plainville, Il.; d: 7Apr1995, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Kinderhook, Il.; m: Lena Maddox on 29Oct1923 (place not stated); fa: Fred Churchill; mo: Ethel Tooley. Wife preceded in death. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by two brothers: Seldon Churchill of Barry and Ralph Churchill of Quincy; three nephews; and one niece. Preceded by a daughter: Margaret Jean Graham; and an infant sister.

CHUTE, Alfred A.; b: 22Mar1905, Cooperstown, Il.; d: 20Apr1989, Quincy, Il.; bu: Cooperstown, Il.; m: 1) Helen Quinn on 4Feb1925 (place not stated); and 2) Maude Gregory Humphrey on 13Aug1967 (place not stated); and 3) Elizabeth Mobley on 18Jun1984 in Sullivan, Il.; fa: Alfred Edward Chute; mo: Della Anderson. 1st wife preceded in death in 1966; 2nd on 22Feb1984; 3rd on 9Mar1989. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a stepson: David W. Mobley of Mattoon; a brother: Donald Chute of Rushville; four step-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by three sisters: Olive Schramm, Glenna Stead and Mary Craig.

CHUTE, Donald E.; b: 11Sep1902, Brown Co., Il.; d: 23Dec1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery; m: 1) Cecil Herrin on 16Sep1923 in Brown Co., Il.; and 2) Lucile Estes on 10Apr1973 (place not stated); fa: Alfred E. Chute; mo: Nettie Black. 1st wife preceded in death 4Feb1968. Survived by his wife; six sons: Levern of Versailles, Calvin and Gale of Riverside, Calif., Harold of Carlsbad, Calif., Marion of Meredosia and Harlan of El Reno, Okla.; three stepsons: Gerald of Peru, Ind., Vernon of Greenville and James of Rushville; a stepdaughter: Darlene Lahr of Medora; 34 grand and 43 great-grandchildren. Preceded by two grandsons, a brother, and three sisters.

CHUTE, Elizabeth M. Mobley (Sterne); b: 1Feb1911, Clarksville Mo.; d: 9Mar1989, Quincy, Il.; bu: Cooperstown, Il.; m: 1) Julius Mobley on 5Se1930 in Clarksville, Mo.; and 2) Alfred Chute on 18Jun1984 in Sullivan, Il.; fa: Arthur James Sterne; mo: Lura Bell Turpin. 1st husband preceded in death. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: David W. Mobley of Mattoon; a brother: Homer Sterne; and a sister: Mrs. Robert (Emma Lou) Miller, both of Clarksville, Mo.; four grand and four great-grandchildren.

CHUTE, Maude (Gregory); b: 30Jul1910, Odin, Il.; d: 22Feb1984, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Oakley Humphrey (date and place not stated); and 2) Alfred A. Chute on 13Aug1967 in Rolla, Mo.; fa: Richard James Gregory; mo: Flora Rippery. 1st husband preceded in death in January, 1967. Survived by her husband; one brother: Herbert Gregory of Brownstown; one sister: Frona Kerna of Portland, Oregon; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by her parents, one brother and one sister.

CHYLIK, Mabel (Cordevant); b: 17Oct1906, Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 21Jan1984, Barry, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: 1) Solomon Yokem in Feb1925 at Bowling Green, Mo.; and 2) Frank Chylik in Sep1947 at Chicago, Il.; fa: Edward Cordevant; mo: Daisy Galloway. 1st husband preceded in death in February, 1945. A resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by her husband; an son: James W. Yokem of Louisiana, Mo.; and a daughter: Mrs. Mary L. Durst of Kirbyville, Mo.; and four grandchildren.

CHYNOWETH, Bernice (Sieber); b: 22Sep1913, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 17Jul1982, Salt Lake City, Utah; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) Gabriel Fitzgerald in 1934 at Jacksonville, Il.; and 2) Lloyd Chynoweth in 1969 at Salt Lake City, Utah; fa: Edward Sieber; mo: Lillian DeOrnellas. 1st husband preceded in death in 1964; 2nd in 1979. Survived by two sisters: Louise Ward of Jacksonville and Katherine Mayes of White Hall; and several stepchildren. Preceded by a brother: Gilbert Sieber.

CLARK, J. Reed; b: 11May1900, Hettick, Il.; d: 15Aug1976, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Gilead Baptist Cemetery, Hettick, Il.; m: Lillian Mefford on 3Nov1918 (place not stated); fa: James Clark; mo: Sarah Tate. Wife preceded in death 5Jan1955. A resident of Hettick. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Byron (Reba) Boarman and Mrs. Jack (Lorene) Jarrett of Modesto; six grand and two g-grandchildren; one sister: Fannie Dyke of Lees Summit, Mo.; and a brother: Bill Clark of Kansas City, Kansas.

CLARK, Jack Wesley; b: 8Dec1957, Peoria, Il.; d: 2Oct1994, Fulton Co., Il.; bu: Ripley, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: George W. Clark; mo: Celeste Bertha Koch. Survived by a daughter: Tracy Clark of Rushville; a brother: Fred Clark of Ripley; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his parents.

CLARK, James; b: 16Mar1898, Milton, Il.; d: 10Jul1977, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Lillian Foote on 22Jan1922 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: James Calvin Clark; mo: Flora Bell Davidson. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; and a sister: Mrs. Nola Maddox of Litchfield. Preceded by two brothers and a sister.

CLARK, Mrs. Joe A. (Galloway); b: 17Dec1899, Martinsburg, Pike Co., Il.; d: 19Aug1983, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Clarence Clark (date and place not stated); fa: James Galloway; mo: Delilah Zumwalt. Survived by two sons: Nelson and Howard, both of Pleasant Hill; three daughters: Mrs. Marie Garrison of Covina, Calif., Mrs. Bessie Thomas of Pleasant Hill, Mrs. Louise Guthrie of Lakeside, Ariz.; seven grand, 15 g-grand and 12 g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two daughters, five sisters, and two brothers.

CLARK, John B. "Buzz"; b: 4Oct1912, Atwater, Il.; d: 28Jul1995, Alton, Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: Wilma Burger on 27Jan1932 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Claude Clark; mo: Dollie Plogger. Wife preceded in death 5Dec1978. A resident of Rockbridge. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. David (Pat) Wahl of Bethalto and Mrs. Jose (Sandy) Powell of Lilburg, Ga.; one son: James B. Clark of Godfrey; nine grand and six g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mae Muhlenbrock of South Standard City, Georgia, Melvin of Carlinville and Edna Koster of Caarrollton. Preceded by two sisters: Thelma Larson and Jennie Edmon.

CLARK, John Edmond, Sr.; b: 4Dec1929, Canton, Il.; d: 24Jan1976, Cooperstown, Il.; bu: Versailles, Il.; m: Leda Marie Rowden (date and place not stated); fa: Edwin Clark; mo: Nellie Easley. Wife preceded in death in 1964. Survived by his mother of Versailles, the following children: Mrs. Roger (Janet Marie) Hester of Bluffs, John Edmond, Jr. of Winchester, Edwin Joseph II, Gregory Lynn and Nellie Frances, all at home; two sisters: Mrs. Harold (Ona Mae) Patterson of Herscher and Mrs. Leonard (Belva Bernice) Hart of Springfield; and four grandchildren. Preceded by one sister.

CLARK, John Merle; b: 19Jul1911, White Hall, Il.; d: 6Jan1990, Riverside, Calif.; bu: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Cypress, Calif.; m: (not stated); fa: Ira C. Clark; mo: Blanche Knoth. A resident of Mira Loma, Calif. Survived by his children; John M. Clark, Jr., David L. Clark, Maureen F. Brown and Ethel M. Goings; and eight grandchildren: Brandon Clark, Tara Clark, David J. Clark, Nathan Brown, Jason Brown, Tara Goings, Margo Goings and Curtis Goings; three brothers: Glen Clark, Donald Clark and Paul Clark; and three sisters: Fern Douglas, Lois Downs and Adaline Clark.

CLARK, John Russell; b: 12Mar1919, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 19May1988, Rushville, Il.; bu: Ripley, Il.; m: Betty Webster on 4Apr1951 in Peoria, Il.; fa: Harland Clark; mo: Opal Woods. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Lynne Clayton of East Peoria; and two grandsons.

CLARK, Joseph S.; b: 8Jan1905, Carrollton, Il.; d: 5Jan1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Mildred Frech in 1930 (place not stated); fa: Joseph Clark; mo: Mary Seely. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Joseph M. of Miami, Fla.; and two granddaughters: Mary Jo Clark and Melissa Clark, both of Tampa, Fla. Preceded by a sister: Virginia Clark.

CLARK, Josephine A. (Salrin); b: 23Feb1916, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 7Apr1994, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m; Harold R. Clark on 3Feb1937 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Joseph A. Salrin; mo: Anna E. Dillon. Husband preceded in death 12Feb1968. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Mary Wegs of Quincy; three nephews and two nieces, including Margie Dunn of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by two brothers: James and William; and one sister: Catherine.

CLARK, Kenneth B. "Cotton"; b: 30Aug1918 (place not stated); d: 28Feb1976, Peoria, Il.; bu: Parkview Cemetery, Peoria, Il.; m: Ruth Summers on 1Nov1940 (place not stated); fa: Robert L. Clark; mo: Clara Nevins. A former Scottville Il. resident. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Gloria Hosler, Mrs. Carol Thomas and Mrs. Patricia Baker, all of Peoria; and a son: Kenneth Lee Clark of Morton; eight grandchildren; a brother: M. L. "Shorty" Clark of Scottville; and two aunts: Mrs. Mabel Mansfield of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bertha Hagen of Pine Bluffs, Ark. Preceded by his parents and two sisters.

CLARK, Laura (Clemons); b: 12Oct1894, Brown Co., Il.; d: 18Aug1981, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: James Ritchey Clark on 26Jan1915 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: William Clemons; mo: Sidney Brown. Husband preceded in death 11Mar1961. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Wayne (Ruth) Peacock of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Walter (Virginia) White of White Hall and Mrs. Stephen (Lola) French of Elmhurst; three sons: Rolland Clark of Mt. Sterling, Donald Clark of Ferguson, Mo., and George A. Clark of Mt. Sterling; two sisters: Mrs. Cassie Ellison of Prescott, Ariz., and Mrs. Mary DeBoe of Lebanon, Neb.; a sister-in-law: Miss Marivah Clark of Mt. Sterling; 16 grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded in death by a son, a brother and a sister.

CLARK, Leila M. (Webber); b: 10Feb1916, Brown Co., Il.; d: 10Dec1976, Quincy, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery; m: John R. Clark on 16Nov1941 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Robert J. Webber; mo: Carrie Montgomery. Husband preceded in death 4Oct1975. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a son: John R. Clark, Jr. of Mt. Sterling; two brothers: John Webber of Largo, Fla. and Ned Webber of Mt. Sterling; two grandchildren: Jeff and Cathy Clark. Preceded by a brother.

CLARK, Leonard; b: 16Feb1917, near Beardstown, Il.; d: 21Nov1985, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) Carrie V. Knouse in December, 1939 in Missouri; and 2) Opal Hood in 1973 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Joseph Clark; mo: Marie Holtman. 1st wife preceded in death in July, 1972. Survived by his wife; one son: Clarence of Romeoville; three step-sons: Mike Hood of England, Oliver and Robin Hood, both of Beardstown; two step-brothers: Jennifer Hood of Beardstown and Lou Ann Brown of Chapin; two sisters: Ada Kistner of Rock Island and Lena Rebman of Beardstown; two grandchildren and seven step-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and one sister.

CLARK, Letty; b: 26Aug1922, Loami, Il.; d: 25Feb1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler National Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Jack Clark (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1966. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Laomi. Survived by one sister: Mrs. Milton (Betty) Branham of Chatham; and one half-brother: Jerry Patterson of Springfield. Preceded by one brother.

CLARK, Lola (Clark); b: 30Mar1909, Mason Co., Il.; d: 19Feb1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: Kilbourne, Il.; m: Marshall D. Clark on 25Apr1931 in Springfield, Il.; fa: John Clark; mo: Ruby Gregory. Husband preceded in death 11Oct1963. A resident of Kilbourne, Il. Survived by three daughters: Eleanor Mead of Columbia, Mo., Marilyn McCracken of Fairview and Joyce Schaeffer of Springfield; nine grand and seven great-grandchildren.

CLARK, Marcella (Fox); b: 6Mar1916, White Hall, Il.; d: 19Sep1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Ott Fox; mo: Margaret Sloan. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mary F. Clark of White Hall; four grand and three great-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Donald; two sisters: Nola Fox Roe and Alice Bradshaw Dawson; and one brother: Wilbur Eugene Bradshaw.

CLARK, Margaret E. (Jaynes); b: 21Jan1920, Gillespie, Il.; d: 4May1990, Palmyra, Il.; bu: Pulliam Cemetery, north of Modesto, Il.; m: Robert Clark (date and place not stated); fa: Robert L. Jaynes; mo: Florence Sissons. Husband preceded in death in 1969. A resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by five sisters: Evelyn Watkins of Farmington, Mo., Nelle Alborn of Palmyra, Eleanor Hess of Louisville, Ky., Elaine Kuntzman of Evansville, Ind., and Grace Thomas of Logansport, Ind.; and a brother: Robert V. Jaynes of Glenarm.

CLARK, Margaret Elizabeth (Zimmerman); b: 23Feb1908, Rahway, N.J.; d: 21Dec1985, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Charles W. Clark on 11Oct1930 in Roosevelt, L.I., N.Y.; fa: Arthur Zimmerman; mo: Marie (surname not stated). A resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by her husband; three daughters: Mrs. Zelma Davis of Rockaway Beach, N.Y., Marlene Clark of Wyandaunch, N.Y., and Sandra Albanesi of Ft. Myers Fla.; two sons: James of Freeport and Gary, whose address is unknown; one sister: Freda Rosenberg of Cape Coral, Fla.; one granddaughter who was raised in the home: Mrs. James (Linda) Magelitz of Chapin; six grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Theodore.

CLARK, Mariam J. (Mix); b: 14Aug1913, Red Oak, Iowa; d: 19Oct1976, Peoria, Il.; bu: Parkview Cemetery, Peoria, Il.; m: Henry Clark on 17Dec1938 in Macon, Mo.; fa: Lee Mix; mo: Anna Cord. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Janet L. Morris of Peoria; two brothers: William Bates of Des Moines, Iowa and Morris Mix of Clearwater, Fla.; two sisters: Mrs. Cecil (Rosemary) Ploghoff of Hermit, Calif., and Mrs. Norman (Bernice) Finilson of Apple Valley, Calif. Preceded by a sister.

CLARK, Marie (Fuqua); b: 2Feb1901, Hancock Co., Ky.; d: 16Feb1988, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) James Daugherty in January, 1919 at Morgan Co., Il.; and 2) Theodore C. Clark on 21Sep1941 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Samuel Fuqua; mo: Laura Poole. 2nd husband preceded in death in May, 1978. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Bing (Dorothy) Smith of Beardstown; one step-daughter: Mrs. Norma Elaine Adkins of Beardstown; one stepson: Ted Cark of Greenwich, Conn.; one sister: Mrs. Roy (Ethel) Wright of Winterhaven, Fla.; one grandson; two step-grandchildren; and several step-great-grandchildren.

CLARK, Marshall L. "Shorty"; b: 29May1916, Arkansas; d: 22May1984, Scottville, Il.; bu: Panther Creek Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; m: Anna Marie Wilson (date and place not stated); fa: Robert Clark; mo: Clara Nevins. Survived by his wife; a son: Terry Lynn Clark of Scottville; a stepson: Roy Graves of Chambersburg; a step-daughter: Betty Lou Graves of Scottville; 12 grand; two step-grand; and 16 g-grandchildren.

CLARK, Martin S.; b: 23Jul1896, near Chesterfield, Il.; d: 3Nov1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Gilead Baptist Cemetery, Hettick, Il.; m: Ollie Ann Turner on 28Jun1923 in Carlinville, Il.; fa: Beridge Clark; mo: Fanny Fenton. A resident of Hettick, Il. WWI Navy vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Clyde E. Clark and Lloyd F. Clark, both of Hettick; five grand and ten g-grandchildren. Preceded by one grandson.

CLARK, Mary (Hamilton); b: 5Dec1898, Adair Co., Ky.; d: 19Jan1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Arenzville, Il.; m: Horace Stanton Clark on 10Jan1918 (place not stated); fa: John T. Hamilton; Mo: Connie Royse. Husband preceded in death in March, 1966. A resident of Arenzville, Il. Survived by one son: John Matson Clark of rural Arenzville; two daughters: Mrs. Vince (Mary Lou) Penza of Jacksonville and Mrs. Nelson (Ruby) Willingham of Paris, Mo.; one sister: Cecile Kinnaird of Edmonton, Ky.; 20 grand, 37 g-grand and 2 g-g-grandchildren; and two step-great-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons: Robert and Ralph; five brothers: one sister; and one great-grandchild.

CLARK, Mary (Zillion); b: 15Nov1909, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 4Sep1986, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Noel N. Clark on 24Apr1930 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Joseph Zillion; mo: Margaret McCloud. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Charles (Bette) Barron; and a son: Noel N., Jr., both of Beardstown; five grandsons: Walter E. Barron of Clarendon Hills, Martin R. Barron of Jacksonville, David C. Barron, Brian L. Clark and Barry Clark, all of Beardstown; one brother: Walter Zillion of Tallula; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by five brothers and three sisters.

CLARK, Mary Hazel (Koontz); b: 8Sep1909, near New Salem, Il.; d: 12Jan1995, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: C. Burdette Clark on 14May1940 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Edwin C. Koontz; mo: Margaret E. Carnes. Husband preceded in death 15Aug1993. Survived by a niece: Mary Penstone Mann of Pittsfield; several great-nieces and nephews and cousins. Preceded by three nephews: Carl, Frank and Harold Penstone.

CLARK, Mary Stout (Martin); b: 15Nov1906, Woodville, Il.; d: 10Jan1985, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Mt. Gilead Cemetery; m: 1) Orville Stout in 1931; and 2) George Clark in 1974 (places not stated); fa: S. L. Martin; mo: Fannie Brooks. 1st husband preceded in death in 1969. Survived by her husband; a son: Robert Stout of Kampsville; and a brother: Ernest Martin of Carrollton.

CLARK, Mayme A. (Mefford); b: 16Jun1909, Hettick, Il. area; d: 22Apr1976, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Gilead Baptist Cemetery, Hettick, Il.; m: Rev. Clarence Clark on 2Aug1930 (place not stated); fa: F. O. Mefford; mo: Rosa McGuire. A resident of rural Hettick, Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Earl (Karel) Hazelwonder of Godfrey; three sons: Howard, Harold and Calvin, all of Hettick; four brothers: Marvin Mefford of East Alton, Lawrence Mefford of Godfrey, Maurice Mefford of Chesterfield and Kendall Mefford of Plainview; and a sister: Mrs. Robert (Wilma) Cooper of East Alton; 16 grand and two g-grandchildren.

CLARK, Meribah Eliza; b: 9Nov1887, Mead, Kansas; d: 19Jul1984, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: City Mausoleum, Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Edward E. Clark; mo: Maribah E. Ritchey. Survived by six nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by a brother. {Compiled the "Brown County History" and "Brown County Cemetery"}

CLARK, Michael; b: 31Dec1960, Beardstown, Il.; d: 2Dec1981, near Philadelphia, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; fa: Eugene "Red" Clark; mo: Betty Jane Kaffenberger. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his parents; a brother: Ronnie of Springfield; and his paternal grandmother: Florence Clark of Beardstown. Preceded by his paternal grandfather: Harry Clark; and his maternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. William Kaffenberger.

CLARK, Mildred F. (Carlton); b: 27Apr1904, Scott Co., Il.; d: 31Jan1994, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Olin Clark on 12Mar1924, Winchester, Il.; fa: William Carlton; mo: Pearl Knapp. Husband preceded in death in 1964. A resident of rural Winchester. Survived by two daughters: Geraldine McGuire of rural Winchester and Wilma Webb of Collinsville; four grand and 12 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters: Mary A. Taylor and Helen C. Smith.

CLARK, Nellie Maud (Easley); b: 3Nov1905, Barry, Il.; d: 5Mar1987, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Versailles, Il.; m: Edwin Joseph Clark on 1Jan1923 (place not stated); fa: John Easley; mo: Maggie May Hasting. Husband preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Harold (Ona Mae) Patterson of Dwight and Mrs. Belva Hart of Lake Havasu City, Ariz.; one sister: Mrs. Sylvia Marie Dunn of Rushville; four half-brothers: Leonard W., John C., and Courtney Easley, all of Meredosia, and Vernon Easley of Liberty; two half-sisters: Rosetta VanHyning and Lucille Hughes, both of Meredosia; 11 grand and 25 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son; one daughter; one grandchild; three brothers; three half-brothers and one half-sister.

CLARK, Neva A. (Myers); b: 30Nov1891, Virden, Il.; d: 10Jan1979, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Dr. Lester C. Clark (date and place not stated); fa: Martin Myers; mo: Ann Rutherford. Husband preceded in death in May, 1957. Survived by a son: Paul M. of Washington, D.C.; and one granddaughter. Preceded by her parents and two brothers.

CLARK, Nobel L.; b: 16Sep1889, Greene Co., IL.; d: 18Aug1977, Morris, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, near Patterson, Il.; m: Mary Friend on 9Jul1916 (place not stated); fa: Atlas Clark; mo: Etta Lovelace. Wife preceded in death in June, 1967. A resident of Milton; formerly of the Hillview-Roodhouse area. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Arthur (Gwenda) Willington of Morris; two granddaughters; four g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Frank Overby of Portland, Oregon.

CLARK, Opal A. Emerick Hood (Wilson); b: 13Jun1918, Nortonville, Il.; d: 11Jun1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) Robert A. Emerick in July, 1935; and 2) Jeff A. Hood in November, 1946; and 3) Leonard Clark in November, 1973 (places not stated); fa: Oliver A. Wilson; mo: Rose Hough. 1st husband died in April, 1965; 2nd died in April, 1981; 3rd died in November, 1985. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by three sons: Terry Hood of Suffolk, England, Oliver Hood of Brookfield, Mo. and Robin Hood of Beardstown; two daughters: Jennifer Sue Moore of Beardstown and LouAnn Brown of Jacksonville; a brother: Clark Wilson of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and six grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Jay Hood; and one sister: Violona Schweer.

CLARK, Opal P. (Woods); b: 11Apr1897, Brown Co., Il.; d: 12Oct1984, Rushville, Il.; bu: Ripley Cemetery; m: Harland Clark on 7Feb1918 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: John O. Woods; mo: Clara Kendrick. Husband preceded in death 23Nov1968. Survived by a son: Russell Clark of Rushville; a sister: Mary Robbins of David City, Neb.; and two brothers: Richard Woods of Rushville and Gerald Woods of Lewistown.

CLARK, Ora B. (Bly); b: 15Jun1905, Morris, Il.; d: 28Feb1986, Red Oak, Iowa; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Lewis A. Clark on 17Jun1931 in Morris, Il.; fa: John Bly; mo: Libbie (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 9Feb1985. Resident of Red Oak, Iowa; formerly of Mt. Sterling. Survived by one son: John of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; two daughters: Mrs. William (Alice) Artherholt of Red Oak, Iowa and Mrs. Gordon (Julia) Wells of Walla Walla, Wash.; 8 grand and 3 g-grandchildren.

CLARK, Oscar James; b: 29Aug1907, Berlin, Il.; d: 4Jun1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Berlin, Il.; m: Tennie Clements (date and place not stated); fa: James Frank Clark; mo: Josephine Horton. Survived by his wife of Berlin; three sons: James, Robert and William Clark, all of Springfield; twp daughters: Anita Taylor and Jane Sheppard, both of Springfield; 24 grand and 26 g-grandchildren; a brother: Dan L. Clark of Springfield; 11 step-children: Belinda, Tom, Patty, Janice, Carl, Harry, Alice, Delano, Connie, Cathy and Debbie; nine step-grandchildren; and 29 step-great-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter and three brothers.

CLARK, Paul Daniel; b: 1Jun1940, Blytheville, Ark.; d: 23Apr1985, Florence, Il.; bu: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Morris, Il.; m: Carol Goodlet Warner on 25Sep1980 in Morris, Il.; fa: Calvin Clark; mo: Virgie (surname not stated). A resident of Detroit, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Pamela Clark of West Memphis, Ark.; two brothers; and four sisters.

CLARK, Pauline B. (Barrett); b: 11Aug1917, Mason Co., Il.; d: 14Jun1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, Bethel Baptist Church, Mason Co., Il.; m: Albert E. Clark on 7Sep1944 in Havana, Il.; fa: Edward R. Barrett; mo: Vivena Whitehead. A resident of rural Petersburg, Il. Survived by her husband; two grandchildren: Jeff and Susan Clark, both of rural Bath. Preceded by one son: Edward A. on 8Dec1985.

CLARK, Ralph; b: 23Mar1923, Virginia, Il.; d: 25Dec1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Arenzville, Il.; m: Jean Zulauf on 17Nov1940 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: H. S. Clark; mo: Mary Hamilton. A resident of Arenzville. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Arenzville; a son: Landis of Howell, N.J.; two daughters: Mrs. Tris (Deborah) Schnepper of Rochester, Mrs. James (Rebecca) Decker of Westmont; two brothers: Robert and John, both of Arenzville; two sisters: Mrs. Nelson (Ruby) Willingham of Paris and Mrs. Vince (Mary Lou) Penza of Jacksonville; and six grandchildren. Preceded in death by his father.

CLARK, Richard L.; b: 25Oct1916, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 31Dec1983, Meredosia, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Rachel LeFever on 22Mar1936 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Francis A. Clark; mo: Nellie Clark. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ted of Springfield and Frank of Bradford; two daughters: Lenora Fischer of Peoria and Mrs. Monty (Reba) Cloyd of New Berlin; and eleven grandchildren. Preceded in death by four brothers and four sisters.

CLARK, Richard W. "Butch"; b: 25Jan1942, Brown Co., Il.; d: 3Sep1988, Rushville, Il.; bu: Mt. Zion Cemetery; m: Carol Diane Logsdon in July, 1961 (place not stated); fa: Edgar Clark; mo: Lorraine Davenport. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by his parents of Mt. Sterling; his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Daryl (Cheryl) Vermillion of Beardstown; a son: Von Clark, at home; four brothers: Garry Clark of Springfield, Robert Clark of Versailles, Lyle Clark of Geneva and Bruce Clark of Versailles; two grandchildren; Levi and Seth Vermillion, both of Beardstown; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

CLARK, Robert "Big B"; b: 4Jan1935, Versailles, Il.; d: 21Feb1992, Rushville, Il.; bu: Mt. Zion Cemetery, rural Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Myrna Murphy on 18Jul1953 in Hillsboro, Il.; fa: William Edgar Clark; mo: Esther Lorraine Davenport. A resident of Versailles, Il. Survived by his parents of Mt. Sterling; his wife; one son: Robert W. Clark of Decatur; one daughter: Patricia L. Clark of Decatur; two brothers: Lyle William Clark of Geneva and Bruce A. Clark of Mt. Sterling; three grand and three step-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Gary Lee and Richard "Butch".

CLARK, Robert D.; b: 26Apr1921, rural Virginia, Il.; d: 20Mar1989, rural Arenzville, Il.; bu: North Cemetery, Arenzville, Il.; m: Roberta Wheelan on 29Dec1944 in Quonset Point, R.I.; fa: Horace Clark; mo: Mary Hamilton. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Arenzville; four sons: John of Houston, Tex., Drew of Boulder, Colo., Tony (Dave) Clark of Jacksonville, Fla., and Jeffrey of Bloomington, Ind.; four daughters: Mrs. Roger (Sara) Burrus of Urbana, Mrs. John (Annis) Householder of Romney, W.V., Martha (Marti) Clark of Springfield and Mrs. Steve (Molly) Daniel of Oxford Miss.; 14 grandchildren; a brother: John M. of rural Arenzville; and two sisters: Mrs. Nelson (Ruby) Willingham of Paris, Mo., and Mrs. Vince (Mary Lou) Penza of Jacksonville. Preceded by his father and a brother: Ralph.

CLARK, Robert E.; b: 22Apr1943, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 3Nov1993, Springfield, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, Hersman, Il.; m: Shirley Ann Rose on 16Mar1963 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Walter Eugene Clark; mo: Carrie Boehs. A resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Brad (Carol) Kilver of Meredosia, Mrs. Brian (Cheryl) White of Perry and Cathy Clark of Meredosia; five grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Harold (Deloris) Battefeld of Meredosia and Mrs. Gary (Anna) Bunch of Versailles; and one brother: Gary Clark of Meredosia.

CLARK, Robert S. "Scotty"; b: 15Aug1927, Berlin, Il.; d: 4Oct1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: Berlin, Il.; m: Linda Kay Davis (date and place not stated); fa: Edward T. Clark; mo: Grace Scott. Korean War vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Bliss Elaine, at home, and Kathleen of Springfield; his mother of Springfield; a grandson; a sister: Mrs. Nancy C. Roth of Fresno, Calif.; a brother: Karl Edward Clark of Springfield; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Preceded by his father.

CLARK, Roger Charles; b: 17Oct1918, Gilmore City, Iowa; d: 17Aug1985, Columbia, Mo. (Veteran's Hospital); bu: Long Cemetery, near Belleview, Il.; m: Eleanor G. Merry on 15Feb1941 in Mallard, Iowa; fa: Charles P. Clark; mo: Dora Guernsey. A resident of rural Belleview, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Pastor Charles Clark of Belleview, Roger Clark of Quincy and Richard Clark of Elburn; eight grandchildren and one g-granddaughter. Preceded by two brothers and a sister.

CLARK, Roy Edwin; b: 6Jan1903, Brown Co., Il.; d: 13Jun1987, Macomb, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Lucille Veith in November, 1926 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: Edwin Clark; mo: Cora Campbell. A resident of Mt. Sterling. Survived by his wife; one son: James D. of Rushville; four grand, four g-grandchildren and one g-g-grandchild. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CLARK, Sada Edith (Farr); b: 6Aug1893, Vermont, Il.; d: 18Sep1992, Winchester, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Frank Clark on 2Dec1917 in Vermont, Il.; fa: Jesse Farr; mo: Mary Edie. Husband preceded in death in 1963. A resident of Vermont, Il. Survived by three children: Max Clark of Jefferson, La., Duane Clark of Darfur, Minn., and Mary Louise Heirman of rural Winchester; six grand and 11 g-grandchildren; and one brother: Dayne Farr of Henry. Preceded by one brother: Robert Farr; and four sisters: Greta Hamm, Hazel Parry, Velma Hibbs and Mildred Ellison.

CLARK, Sybil (Marr); b: 18Dec1909, Richmond, Ky.; d: 28Jun1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery, New Berlin, Il.; m: Horace Richard Clark II (date and place not stated); fa: William Thomas Marr; mo: Louisa Marshall. Husband preceded in death in 1980. A resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by one daughter: Janet C. Eyman of Bethalto; two sons: Richard Clark of New Berlin and Larry Clark of Virginia; three grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers.

CLARK, Thad E.; b: 15Jan1912, Brown Co., Il.; d: 5Oct1981, Tucson, Arizona; bu: (not stated); m: Dorothy Aleshire (date and place not stated); fa: George Clark; mo: Rosa Longer. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a son: James E. Clark of Tampa, Fla.; five grand and six g-grandchildren; a brother: Charles of Mountain Home, Ark. Preceded by a daughter.

CLARK, Troy S.; b: (date not stated), Illinois; d: 14Jul1981, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Eleanor Jean Anderson in 1948 at White Hall, Il.; fa: Ira C. Clark; mo: Blanche Kroth. A resident of White Hall, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife, the following children: Sheldon Gene of Morristown, N.J., Dennis Lee, at home, Kathy Jo Meyer of White, and Jan, at home; and five grandchildren; three sisters: Adaline Clark and Mrs. Charles (Lois) Downs, both of White Hall and Mrs. Fern Douglas of Jacksonville; and five brothers: Paul of Swansea, Mass., Merl of Anaheim, Calif., Donald of Zionsville Ind., Ira C. of Roodhouse, and Glen of White Hall. Preceded by a brother.

CLARK, Verneda M. (Whiteside); b: 7Jul1893, Mexico, Mo.; d: 3Jul1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler National Cemetery, east of Springfield, Il.; m: Floyd E. Clark in 1923 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: John Whiteside; mo: Theodosia Irvin. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Nadine Branch of Springfield; and a son: Barry Wayne Clark of California; 10 grand and 3 g-grandchildren. Preceded by three sisters and two brothers.

CLARK, Veronica J. (Blazevich); b: 13Mar1923, Canton, Il.; d: 5Mar1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Greenwood Cemetery, Canton, Il.; m: Wayne A. Clark on 12Aug1955 in Tupelo, Miss.; fa: Valentine Blazevich; mo: Yvonne Buyon. Husband preceded in death 11May1969. Survived by a daughter: Leslie Ramshaw Lewis of Calabasas Hills, Calif.; two grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; one brother: Edward Blazevich of Phoenix, Ariz.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers: Vincent, Ralph and Valentine Blazevich; and two sisters: Mary Rush and Rose Bernovich.

CLARK, William Edgar; b: 3Oct1914, Versailles, Il.; d: 9Aug1995, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Mt. Zion Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: Esther Lorraine Davenport on 12Jan1933 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: James O. Clark; mo: Leona M. Lipcamann. A resident of Mt. Sterling; formerly of Versailles, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Lyle W. Clark of Geneva and Bruce A. Clark of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by three sons: Richard W. "Butch" Clark, Garry L. Clark and Robert B. Clark.

CLARK, Wilma B. (Burger); b: 23Oct1913, Rockbridge, Il.; d: 5Dec1978, Greenfield, Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: John B. Clark on 27Jan1934 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: James Burger; mo: Minnie Coonrod. A resident of Rockbridge, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Donald (Patty) Wahl of Bethalto and Mrs. Joseph (Sandra) Powell of Atlanta, Ga.; a son: James B. Clark of Godfrey; nine grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Henry (Mabel) Ryan of Medora, Mrs. James (Ann) Pruitt of Greenfield and Mrs. Edna Coryell of East Alton; three brothers: Lloyd Burger of White Hall, Wilbur Burger of Louisiana, Mo., and James Russell Burger of Greenfield. Preceded by three brothers and three sisters.

CLARK, Winnie F.; b: 2Jan1899, Mason Co., Il.; d: 25Aug1988, Havana, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery; fa: Allen H. Clark; mo: Sophia Keith. A resident of Havana, Il. WWI vet. Survived by four sisters: Alice Lane of rural Kilbourne, Mrs. Tom (Marguerite) Biggs of Forest City, Mrs. Arizona Wooldridge of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Genevieve Grundler of Texas; and a brother: Albert Clark of Havana. Preceded by two brothers and three sisters.

CLARKE, Noel N.; b: 19Jul1906, Bluff Springs, Il.; d: 18Aug1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Mary E. Zillion on 25Apr1930 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Noah N. Clarke; mo: Luella F. Epler. Wife preceded in death 4Sep1986. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Army vet. Survived by one daughter: Elizabeth A. "Bette" Barron of Beardstown; one son: Noel N. "Bud" Clarke, Jr. of Beardstown; five grandsons; five g-grandchildren; three brothers: Leichester Clarke of Beardstown, Frank Clarke of Estero Beach, Fla., and Gene Clarke of Waverly; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by his wife and one sister: Bernice.

CLARKE, Zada R. (Walker); b: 13Sep1893, Batavia, New York; d: 21Feb1976, Nahant, Mass.;bu: Woodwreath Cemetery; m: David R. Clarke in 1915 (place not stated); fa: Edward Walker; mo: Zada Ferry. Husband preceded in death 2Feb1958. A former resident of Highland Park, Il. Survived by three daughters: Miss Zada Clarke of Falmouth, Mass., Mrs. David McJunkin of Sheboygan, Wisc., and Mrs. David Maddock of Westboxford, Mass.; ten grand and three g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother.

CLARKIN, Edward J.; b: (date not stated), Bridgeport, Conn.; d: 24Jan1996, Maryville Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Mary Carol Winks on 24Aug1944 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: William Clarkin; mo: Florence Ridsdale. A resident of Carlinville, Il. WWII Air Force vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Michael E. Clarkin of Edwardsville; one daughter: Ellen Christine Steele of Nashville, Tenn.; one sister: Anna Pond of Northfield, Vt.; three grand and two g-grandchildren.

CLARKSON, Elnor Elizabeth (Edwards); b: 12Jul1889, Nortonville, Il.; d: 14Feb1976, San Jose, Calif.; bu: Saratoga, Calif.; m: Wardie Clarkson (date and place not stated); fa: Francis Marion Edwards; ;mo: Rachel Ellen Henry. Husband preceded in death. Survived by a son: Leo E. Clarkson. The last of her family, she was preceded in death by a daughter; a son; and eight sisters and five brothers: Mrs. Susan Edwards Cox, Nelly Edwards, Mary Edwards, George Edwards, Mrs. Hettie Edwards Cox, Greenup Edwards, Alford Edwards, John William Edwards, Sarah Edwards Wade, Paul "Gus" Edwards and Avie Mabel Edwards. She also leaves several nieces and nephews in the Jacksonville area.

CLARKSON, Harriet M. (Hartle); b: 9May1927, Jacksonville Il.; d: 16Mar1977, Alton, Il.; bu: Valhalla Memorial Park, Godfrey, Il.; m: Orval L. Clarkson on 7Feb1948 (place not stated); fa: William Hartle; mo: (not stated). Survived by her husband; two brothers: Mrs. Kathy Whyte and Mrs. Julia Cowan, both of Alton; one grandchild; a brother: Raymond Hartle of Waverly; and a sister: Miss Winifred Hartle of Jacksonville.

CLARKSON, Shirley Mae (Lynch); b; 14Dec1938, Rockport, Il.; d: 3Mar1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Robert Clarkson on 7Aug1954 in Monroe City, Mo.; fa: George David Lynch; mo: Nancy Carson. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her parents; her husband; two sons: Robert of Kansas City, Mo., and Wayne of Camp LeJune, N.C.; two sisters: Mrs. Beverly Cawthon and Betty Totsch of Pittsfield; two brothers: David of Union, Mo., and Kenneth of Bowling Green, Mo.

CLARY, Thomas "Buck"; b: 20Nov1931, Barry, Il.; d: 12Oct1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Parklawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Barbara Roberts on 21Oct1951 in Barry, Il.; fa: Wilbert Clary; mo: Ruth McCoy. A resident of Barry, Il. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; his mother; two daughters: Mrs. Bob (LeAnn) Garkie of Quincy and Mrs. Kevin (Debbie) Rennecker of Barry; a brother: Melvin Clary of Modesto, Calif.; a sister: Mrs. Robert (Betty) Rigney of Springfield; one granddaughter; and three grandsons. Preceded by his father.

CLASING, Alberta N. (Leinberger); b: 1Dec1909, Cass Co., Il.; d: 17Sep1987, Buffalo, Il.; bu: Rose Hill Cemetery, Petersburg, Il.; m: Otto L. Clasing on 3Mar1928 in Petersburg, Il.; fa: John F. Leinberger; mo: Gesina Tebbe. Husband preceded in death 22Jan1982. A resident of Petersburg, Il. Survived by one son: Edward L. Clasing of Chatham; one daughter: Mrs. Audrey A. Atterberry of Buffalo; four grand and four g-grandchildren; and one brother: Rudy Leinberger of Springfield.

CLATT, Delilah Ann (Castleberry); b: 18Mar1897, Scott Co., Il.; d: 6Dec1990, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: John Fred Clatt on 3Sep1923 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Paul Castleberry; mo: Miranda Swearingin. Husband preceded in death 4Apr1957. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by two children: Lena Mae Clatt of Roodhouse and John Fred Clatt of Prescott, Arizona; and one sister: Nellie White of Alton.

CLAUNCH, Helen (Webster); b: (not stated); d: 3Jun1978, Ft. Worth, Tex.; bu: Greenwood Memorial Park, Ft. Worth, Tex.; m: DeWitt Claunch (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former Jacksonville, Il. resident. Survived by her husband; three children; and a sister: Mrs. J. N. (Hallie) Sinclair of Sun City, Ariz.; and a brother: James J. Webster of Ft. Worth.

CLAUS, Addie (Fox); b: 19Apr1898, near Chapin, Il.; d: 12Feb1987, rural Pittsfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: John W. Claus on 27Apr1921 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: Jabez Milton Fox; mo: Martha Jane Lee. Survived by her husband; three sons: George of Milton, Jay of rural Pittsfield and John Robert of Normal; six grand and six g-grandchildren; one brother: Harold Lee Fox of Barry; and one sister: Mrs. Edith Carlson of Pittsfield.

CLAUS, Alta (Irick); b: 30Apr1900, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 8Feb1995, Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Andrew Irick; mo: Emma J. Kendrick. Husband preceded in death 23Feb1990. Survived by one son: Frank Claus of Pittsfield; seven grand, 11 g-grand and three g-g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter: Rosabelle Montgomery; eight sisters; and three brothers.

CLAUS, Dale V. (McClintock); b: 24Oct1910, Pike Co., Il.; d: 29Oct1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Alfred Dodge Claus on 15Aug1933 in Pike Co., Il.; fa: Arthur McClintock; mo: Grace James. Husband preceded in death 9May1962. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Charles (Linda) Lacy of Schaumburg; two sons: Jerry A. Claus of Pittsfield and Steven A. Claus of Dallas, Tex.; five grandchildren; one g-grandchild; and one brother: Milburn McClintock of Pittsfield. Preceded by six sisters: Thelma Brokaw, Mildred Willard, Vivian Fish, Eloise Sidwell, Barbara Zumwalt and a sister in infancy; and two brothers: Arthur McClintock, Jr., and Merle McClintock.

CLAUS, David G. III; b: 1May1912, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 4Dec1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Augusta Lacey on 19Nov1936 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: David G. Claus; mo: Irene Willard. Survived by his wife; two sons: David G. Claus of Chicago and Dick Claus of Sebring, Fla.; eight grandchildren; and a brother: John W. Claus of Milton.

CLAUS, Edward Wick; b: 19Jul1907, Pike Co., Il.; d: 13Sep1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Chester Fredrick Claus; mo: Dora Branch. A resident of Pike Co., Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Yvonne Ballard of Jacksonville; a sister: Mrs. Dee Peebles of Bellville; six grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother.

CLAUS, Erma J. (Morrow); b: 3Feb1929, Pike Co., Il.; d: 18Nov1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: George L. Claus on 18Jun1955 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Joseph E. Morrow; mo: Sarah H. Howland. A resident of Milton, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Diana Harshman of Milton and Mrs. Jeff (Cynthia) Gerard of Pittsfield; two grandchildren; three brothers: William Morrow of St. Charles, Mo., Joseph Morrow of Barry and Richard Morrow of Norma; seven sisters: Bernice Grimsley of Quincy, Barbara Robinson of Louisiana, Mo., Sarah Cramm of Mendon, Minnie Cooper of Winchester, and Kathleen Reynolds, Judith Hinch and Rosemary Smith, all of Barry; and several nieces and nephews.

CLAUS, Frank L.; b: 5Sep1898, Atlas, Il.; d: 23Feb1990, Quincy, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Alta Irick on 16Nov1919 in El Dara, Il.; fa: Frank Claus; mo: Marietta Dodge. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Frank of Pittsfield; a daughter: Rosabelle Montgomery of Phoenix, Ariz.; a brother: Harold of New Salem; a sister: Edna Barton of Pittsfield; seven grand and seven g-grandchildren.

CLAUS, Harry "Nub", Jr.; b: 14Jul1914 (place not stated); d: 1Jul1992, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: 1) Helen Savage; and 2) Carolyn Edwards (dates and places not stated); fa: Harry Claus, Sr.; mo: Nellie Clark. 1st wife preceded in death. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Sue Dillard of Curryville, Mo.; two grand and two g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Nick (Katherine) Haskins of Pittsfield and Mrs. Marjorie Six of Decatur. Preceded by two brothers: John and Joe.

CLAUS, Henry R.; b: 22Jun1907, Marion Co., Mo.; d: 20Dec1991, Jacksonville Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Vera Hess on 22Nov1941 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Fred Claus; mo: Maude Shirley. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; four sisters: Dorothy Richmond of Lewistown, Mo., Ruby Wingfield of Hannibal, Vera Border of Liby, Montana and Rose Ayers of Quincy. Preceded by three brothers.

CLAUS, James Clark; b: 1Oct1917, Pike Co., Il.; d: 30Jun1977, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Oakwood Cemetery m: Virginia Weinart (date and place not stated); fa: Harry E. Claus; mo: Nellie M. Clark. A resident of Milton, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; these step-children: Mrs. Jeannine Butler and Mrs. Arlis Godfrey, both of Pittsfield; 7 grand and 3 g-grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: Harry Claus, Jr., Joseph F. Claus and Mrs. Katherine Hoskins, all of Pittsfield, and Mrs. Marjorie Six of Jacksonville.

CLAUS, John W.; b: 3Jan1897, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 19Jul1991, Quincy, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Martha Addie Fox on 27Apr1921 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: David G. Claus; mo: Irene B. Willard. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. WWI Army vet. Survived by three sons: George Claus and Jay Claus of Pittsfield and John R. Claus of Normal; six grand, eight g-grand, six step-grand, and eight step-great-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CLAUS, Joseph F.; b: 2Apr1916, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 14Oct1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Glenna Maloney on 27Jul1935 in Griggsville, Il.; fa: Harry Claus, Sr.; mo: Nellie Clark. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Myron W. "Bonnie" Casteel of Pittsfield; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four step-great-grandchildren; one brother: Harry Claus, Jr. of Pittsfield; two sisters: Mrs. Nick (Catherine) Haskins of Pittsfield and Mrs. Marjorie Fix of Decatur. Preceded by a brother: John.

CLAUS, Lindle; b: 17Nov1914, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 7Sep1987, Monroe City, Mo.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Dora Wombles on 21Sep1940 (place not stated); fa: Herbert Claus; mo: Omega Price. A resident of Atlas, Il. Survived by his wife; three sisters: Esther Havens and Ruth Filer, both of Ocala, Fla., and Helen Patrick of San Diego, California.

CLAUS, Luella H. (Harshman); b: 15May1901, Pike Co., Il.; d: 16Aug1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Harold Claus in 1920 (place not stated); fa: McClellan Harshman; mo: Eva Kendrick. A resident of rural Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Carol Baughman of Stanford; one sister: Dora Coultas of Barry; three grand and three g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers and two sisters.

CLAUS, Miranda Lynn; b: 16Apr1979, White Hall, Il.; d: 23Nov1991, Jacksonville, Il; bu: Murrayville, Il.; fa: Henry Claus; mo: Susan Potts. Survived by her parents; one brother: Joshua Claus, at home; her grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Henry Claus of St. Charles, Mo., and Frances Ambrose and Helen Hull, both of Jacksonville.

CLAUS, Vera M. (Hess); b: 29Oct1900, Winfield, Mo.; d: 3Nov1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Henry R. Claus in 1941 at Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Rev. Charles Hess; mo: Addie Cheryl (surname not stated). A resident of Waverly, Il. Husband preceded in death in 1991. No immediate survivors. Preceded by two sisters.

CLAUSEN, Gunnar; b: 2Jan1904, Vesteraalen, Norway; d: 15Dec1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Beulah Brown on 17Aug1930 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Mathias S. Clausen; mo: Charlotte P. Lockert. Survived by his wife; one sister: Signa Marton of Bloomington; three nieces; and one nephew. Preceded by two brothers.

CLAUSEN, H. Martin; b: 6Jan1891, Vesteraalen, Norway; d: 7Jan1981, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Mathias Clausen; mo: Charlotte Lockert. Never married, he is survived by two brothers: Gunnar Clausen of Pittsfield and Morton Clausen of Yucca Valley, Califl.; and a sister: Mrs. Oscar Marton of Bloomington. {Moved to Chicago from Norway on 1Feb1917; moving to Pittsfield, Il. in 1974.}

CLAUSSEN, Gerald L.; b: 2Nov1927, Greene Co., Il.; d: 4Jul1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; m: Margaret Loveless on 17Oct1954 in Modesto, Il.; fa: Lawrence Claussen; mo: Cleo Woolfolk. Wife preceded in death. A resident of Scottville, Il. Korean War vet. Survived by a son: Christopher Claussen of Palatine; a daughter: Beth Claussen of Scottville; a brother: Donald of Wood River; and a sister: Phyllis Harvey of Decatur. Preceded in death by two sons: John William and Michae James.

CLAUSSEN, Gideon "Douge", Jr.; b: 25Sep1925, near Murrayville, Il.; d: 17Jul1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Youngblood Baptist Church Cemetery, Nortonville, Il.; m: Margaret Ball in 1945 (place not stated); a: Gideon Claussen, Sr.; mo: Zelda Henry. A resident of Murrayville, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Linda Claussen of Woodson, Diana Claussen of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Lisa Claussen of Weatherford, Tex.; two sons: Barry Claussen of Jacksonville; seven grandchildren; three sisters: Ilene Ryan of Waverly, Wilma Miskell of Springfield, and Cora Smock of Manchester. Preceded in death by one sister and three brothers.

CLAUSSEN, Margaret (Loveless); b: 3Oct1934, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 28Sep1981, Oklahoma City, Okla.; bu: West Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; m: Gerald Claussen (date and place not stated); fa: Leland Loveless; mo: Grace Morris. A resident of Scottville, Il. {Killed with son, Michael James Claussen, in auto accident.} Survived by her husband; a son: Christopher of Urbana; a daughter: Elizabeth of Edwardsville; two sisters: Mrs. Jean Solomon of Palmyra and Mrs. Ann Rennener of Tampa, Fla.; and a brother: James Loveless of Modesto.

CLAUSSEN, Michael James; b: 15Jul1968, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 28Sep1981, Oklahoma City, Okla.; bu: West Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; fa: Gerald Claussen; mo: Margaret Loveless. A resident of Scottville, Il. Survived by his father; a brother: Christopher of Urbana; and a sister: Elizabeth of Edwardsville; his grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Leland Loveless of Modesto.

CLAYTON, Addie B. (Brown); b: 29Aug1895, Brown Co., Il.; d: 19May1979, Rushville, Il; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Laurence Clayton in March, 1918 at Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Henry Brown; mo: Sara Porter. Husband preceded in death in November, 1944. Survived by a daughter: Oleta Clayton of Rushville and one brother: Tom Brown of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by a sister.

CLAYTON, Delbert "Lightning"; b: 25Sep1917, Rushville, Il.; d: 23Jun1993, Edwardsville, Il.; bu: Palm Cemetery, Rushville, Il.; fa: Arthur Clayton; mo: Iva Icenogle. A resident of Bethalto, Il. Army vet. Survived by two brothers: George Clayton of Alton and James Clayton of Bunker Hill; and two sisters: Eva Bissell of Blandinsville and Betty Lou Kolmer of Bethalto. Preceded by two sisters and one brother.

CLAYTON, Donald; b: 6Apr1926, Nortonville, Il.; d: 10Dec1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Roberts Cemetery, Woodson, Il.; m: Nancy Fern Stump on 24Nov1967 (place not stated); fa: George D. Clayton; mo: Annie Foster. A resident of Murrayville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Kevin Knapp of Jacksonville; two grandchildren; four brothers: Stanley Clayton of Jacksonville, Wilford Clayton of Murrayville and Frank and Robert Clayton of Scottville; and three sisters: Laura Dickerson and Iva Coleman of Jacksonville and Minnie Wild of Winchester. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CLAYTON, Dorothy E. (Hiler); b: 6May1909, Waverly, Il.; d: 13Jan1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Herman E. Clayton on 25Feb1928 (place not stated); fa: Harry Olin Hiler; mo: Lena Eva Carr. Husband preceded in death 6Oct1974. Survived by five daughters: Mrs. Sam (Doris) Whitaker and Mrs. Ross (Deloris) DeFrates, both of Jacksonville, Mrs. William (Donna) Waggener of Peoria, Carol Garner of Jacksonville and Shirley Hoelscher of Collinsville; 12 grand and 17 g-grandchildren; a brother: Harry Hiler of Springfield; three sisters: Loretta Ford of Encinitas, Calif., Eunice Stokes of Morenci, Mich., and Marguerite Morthew of Fontana, Calif. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CLAYTON, Edward C.; b: 31Oct1894, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 13Nov1981, Mt. Prospect, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Sadie Kennedy on 22May1921 (place not stated); fa: George Clayton; mo: Mollie Spreen. Wife preceded in death 26Apr1967. A former lifelong resident of Morgan Co., Il. who has made his home with his son in Mt. Prospect, Il. WWI vet. Survived by two children: Carl of Mt. Prospect and Eloise, wife of Rex Hembrough of St. Charles, Mo.; four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter; one brother: William of Jacksonville; one sister: Minnie Wild of Winchester; the following half-brothers and half-sisters: Frank and Robert of Palmyra, Stanley of Jacksonville, Wilfred of Winchester, Donald of Murrayville, and Ive Coleman and Laura Dixon, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by five brothers; two sisters; and two half-brothers.

CLAYTON, Eva Mae (Cooley); b: 22May1921, Murrayville, Il.; d: 18Oct1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Frank Clayton on 16Jul1938 in New London, Mo.; fa: Vern Cooley; mo: Stella Daniels. A resident of rural Palmyra, Il. Survived by her husband; six children: Richard Clayton of O'Brien, Fla., Gerald Clayton of Bartlett, Mrs. Norman (Patricia) Mueller of Atlanta, Frank Clayton, Jr. of South Elgin, Susie West of Girard, and Melinda Clayton of Springfield; 17 grand and 8 g-grandchildren; two brothers: Tom Cooley of Jacksonville and Dean Cooley of Murrayville; and three sisters: Lila Van Meter of Jacksonville, Floreca Copley of Roodhouse, and Dottie Hardy of Galveston, Tex. Preceded by one sister: Faye Thomas.

CLAYTON, Frank Mike; b: 25May1946, Nortonville, Il.; d: 8Jul1994, South Elgin, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Debbie Beem (date and place not stated); fa: Frank Clayton, Sr.; mo: Eva Cooley. A resident of South Elgin, Il. for 8 years. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Becky Clayton of Taylorville and Renee (husband, Jim) Sliger of Pana; two sons: Rodney Clayton and Casey Clayton, both of Nokomis; five grandchildren; his father of Springfield; three sisters: Pat (husband, Norman) Mueller of Atlanta, Ga., Susie West of Girard and Linda Clayton of Springfield; two brothers: Dick (wife, Sharon) Clayton of O'Brien, Fla., and Jerry (wife, Robin) Clayton of Bartlett. Preceded by his mother.

CLAYTON, Herbert H.; b: 30Sep1904, Murrayville, Il.; d: 22Mar1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: May Woolsey on 8Oct1929 (place not stated); fa: George Clayton; mo: Mollie Spreen. A resident of Nortonville, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Evelyn Hoover of Pittsfield; two sons: Gerald Clayton of Louisville Ky., and Edwin Clayton of rural Franklin; two sisters: Minnie Wild and Ann Sehy, both of Winchester; two brothers: William Clayton of Jacksonville and Edward Clayton of Mt. Prospect; two half-sisters: Iva Coleman and Laura Dixon, both of Jacksonville; five half-brothers: Frank and Robert Clayton, both of Palmyra, Stanley Clayton of Jacksonville, Wilford Clayton of Winchester and Donald Clayton of Murrayville; 10 grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers: a sister; two half-brothers; and a granddaughter.

CLAYTON, Idella (Hudson); b: 31Oct1918, Manchester, Il.; d: 25Jun1993, Woodriver, Il.; bu: Bethalto, Il.; m: George Clayton on 27Feb1937 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Clayton Hudson; mo: Ada Ballard. Husband preceded in death 7Jul1959. Survived by one son: James Clayton of Granite City; one daughter: Sandra Clayton of Woodriver; and one sister: Thelma Hudson Fernandes of Jacksonville. Preceded by one grandson: Shawn Clayton; three brothers: Raymond Hudson, Francis Hudson and Dale Hudson; and one sister: Norma Hudson Moergen.

CLAYTON, Irene Marie (Schall); b: 27May1896, Cass Co., Il.; d: 7Feb1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Charles Schall; mo: Amelia Dechart. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by one nephew: Orville Schall of Jacksonville; and several nieces.

CLAYTON, Iva M. (Icenogle); b: 26Nov1895, Rushville, Il.; d: 4Jan1992, Bethalto, Il.; bu: Palm Cemetery, rural Rushville, Il.; m: Arthur Clayton on 12Sep1916 in Galesburg, Il.; fa: George T. Icenogle; mo: Lula May Ross. Husband preceded in death 7Dec1964. A former resident of Rushville. Survived by three sons: Delbert Clayton of Carlinville, George Clayton of Alton and James Clayton of Bunker Hill; two daughters: Eva Bissell of Blandesville and Betty Lou Kilmer of Bethalto; 22 grand and several g-grand and g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Lloyd Clayton; two daughters: Lois Burton and Dorothy Clayton; two brothers: Dewey Icenogle and Grove Icenogle; and two sisters: Susan Howard and Lula Hodge.

CLAYTON, James A.; b: 20May1923, Murrayville, Il.; d: 26Sep1994, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Evelyn Maxine Robinson on 29Apr1945 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: William Clayton; mo: Landis Cox. A resident of rural Alexander, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Kenneth (Joann) Acree of Jacksonville; a son: James W. Clayton of Alexander; a brother: William R. Clayton of Ashland; four grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

CLAYTON, James M.; b: 27Aug1912, Franklin, Il.; d: 17Mar1991, Waverly, Il.; bu: St. Sebastian's Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Alma Harrington in 1934 in Mason City, Il.; fa: Sylvester Clayton; mo: Daisy (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death in 1959. Survived by one daughter: Rita Goerlich of Quincy; and three grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters and one half-brother.

CLAYTON, Jennie L. (Lovell); b: 1Jan1893, Brainard, Nebraska; d: 8May1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; fa: William Lovell; mo: Angeline Jenkins. Husband preceded in death 4Dec1972. A resident of Murrayville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Ruth Smith of Murrayville. Preceded by a son, two brothers, and two sisters.

CLAYTON, Jordan Christopher; b: 22Dec1994, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 22Dec1994, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: J. Chris Clayton; mo: Pamela Jean DeHart. Survived by his parents; a sister: Brooke, at home; maternal grandparents: Darrell and Phyllis DeHart; and paternal grandparents: James Clayton and Pat Clayton, all of Rushville; maternal great-grandmother: Marie DeHart of Griggsville; paternal great-grandparents: Wayne and Virginia Wheelhouse of Rushville and Maxine Clayton of Camden; and maternal great-great-grandmother: Myrtle Ward of Rushville.

CLAYTON, Joseph E.; b: 13Jul1916, Franklin, Il.; d: 9Mar1990, New Berlin, Il.; m: Mary Catherine Antle in 1948 at Decatur, Il.; fa: George Clayton; mo: Ida DeMoss. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Mike Clayton of New Berlin; two daughters: Bonnie Jean Clayton and Beverly Clayton of New Berlin; two granddaughters: Kimberly and Sarah Clayton of New Berlin; two brothers: Wesley Claughan of Pittsfield and Charles Flynn of Berlin; a sister: Opal Sheppard of Berlin; and many nieces and nephews. Preceded by a brother: Bill Flynn; and five sisters: Rose Sparks, Betty Long, Lorean Sheppard, Martha Simpson and Mary Wright.

CLAYTON, Landis (Cox); b: 28Dec1899, Nortonville, Il.; d: 28Dec1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: William Clayton on 28Dec1919 (place not stated); fa: George Cox; mo: Susan Edwards. Survived by her husband; two sons: William R. of Jacksonville and James A. of Alexander; four grand, three g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Ada Hull of Santa Ana, Calif., Mrs. Hilda Henry of Woodson, and Mrs. Meda Chaudoin of Nortonville. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CLAYTON, Larry Dean; b: 28May1957, Jacksonville, Il; d: 23Jun1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Kathy Landreth on 1May1987 (place not stated); fa: William Clayton; mo: Betty Thomas. Survived by his wife; his mother of Jacksonville; two sons: Teddy and Terry, both at home; one daughter: Tiffany, at home; and three brothers: Gary and Bill, both of Jacksonville, and Mike of Springfield. Preceded by his father.

CLAYTON, Lloyd C.; b: 13Aug1917, Rushville, Il.; d: 24Mar1979, Yakima, Washington; bu: (not stated); m: Anna Mae Burton (date and place not stated); fa: Arthur Clayton; mo: Iva Icenogle. Wife preceded in death 19Apr1968. A resident of Yakima, Wash.; formerly of Rushville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by four sons: Eddie and Robert, both of Rushville, Lloyd of Astoria and Jack of Liverpool; four daughters: Mrs. Carolyn Smith, Mrs. Mary Howard and Mrs. Dorothy Reische, all of Rushville, and Mrs. Sue Vaughn of Ipava; 15 grandchildren; three brothers: George of Alton and Donnie and Delbert, both of Bethalto; and three sisters: Mrs. Betty Kilmer of Bethalto, Mrs. Lois Blurton of Astoria and Mrs. Eva Bissell of Blandinsville.

CLAYTON, Lloyd Eugene; b: 13Nov1932, Schuyler Co. Il.; d: 22Dec1984, Peoria, Il.; bu: Peterson Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Mary Sue Bush on 24Dec1964 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Alvin Lee Clayton; mo: Viola Beatrice Peterson. A former Brown Co., Il. resident. Survived by his wife; a son: Gene Clayton of Peoria; one daughter: Mrs. Joanna Long of Eldon, Mo.; two brothers: Floyd Clayton of Cottage Grove, Minn., and Thomas Clayton of Jacksonville, Fla.; four sisters: Mrs. Harvey (Darlene) Bowen and Mrs. Katherine Smith, both of Mt. Sterling, and Mrs. Jack (Betty) Lewis and Miss Lula Clayton, both of Peoria. Preceded by his parents.

CLAYTON, Lois Agnes (Martin); b: 12Nov1906, Winchester, Il.; d: 4Feb1991, Lake Sumner, N.M.; bu: (cremated) Vista Verde, Albuquerque, N.M.; m: Floyd Clayton in St. Louis, Mo. (date not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Theodore (Maudie) Royston of Rio Rancho, N.M., and Sue Haynes of Oklahoma City; five sons: Charles of Fort Sumner, N.M., Frank of Bluffs, James of Yakima, Wash., Robert of Tijeras, N.M., and Tom of Bullhead City, Ariz.; one brother: Charles Martin of White Hall; 22 grand and 27 g-grandchildren; and four nieces. Preceded by one son: William H.; and one brother: Carl Martin.

CLAYTON, Loy Allison; b: 28Sep1965, Rushville, Il.; d: 20May1983, Pleasant View, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: Charles Clayton; mo: Rose Benjamin. A resident of Camden, Il. Survived by her parents of Camden; two brothers: Brent Edward and Sean Thomas, both at home; her grandparents: Marvin and Maxine Clayton of Camden and Marjorie Benjamin of Rushville.

CLAYTON, Marvin A.; b: 8Aug1913, Camden, Il.; d: 13Jan1989, Rushville, Il.; m: Maxine McQuaid on 23Apr1938 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: John P. Clayton; mo: Kathryn E. Shelts. A resident of rural Camden, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Charles of Camden and James of Rushville; one daughter: Mrs. Myrel (Cheryl) Allen of Camden; seven grandchildren; and three brothers: Roy of Astoria, Fred of Chicago and Herndon of Clarence, Iowa. Preceded by two brothers, one sister and one granddaughter.

CLAYTON, May Angeline (Woolsey); b: 1Sep1903 (place not stated); d: 28Sep1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Herbert Clayton (date and place not stated); fa: Clarence Woolsey; mo: Jenny Palmer. Husband preceded in death in March, 1981. Survived by two sons: Gerald Clayton of Jeffersontown, Ky., and Edwin Clayton of Franklin; a daughter: Mrs. Carroll (Evelyn) Hoover of Pittsfield; 10 grand and six g-grandchildren; eight sisters: Eunice Higgins of Delavan, Wisc., Ruth Hansen and Eugena Chamberlain of Chetek, Wisc., Alta Karras and Merrian Tangas of Kissimmee, Fla., Lois Ard of Winnetka, Elizabeth Clark of Lutz, Fla., and Opal Manning of Twin Falls, Idaho. Preceded by three brothers, two sisters and one grandchild.

CLAYTON, Nora Maye; b: 18Mar1887, Cass Co., Il.; d: 27Dec1989, Beardstown, Il.; bu: (not stated); fa: Robert Francis Clayton; mo: Nellie Sink. A resident of rural Virginia, Il. Survived by three nieces: Mrs. Wendell (Roberta) Potter of rural Virginia, Mrs. Robert (Alice) Sweatman of Virginia and Mrs. Norman (Georgia) Sweatman of Elk Grove Village; a nephew: Harry Clayton of St. Louis, Mo. Preceded by a sister: Iva Leake; three brothers: Harry, Floyd and Robert F.; and a nephew.

CLAYTON, Roger F.; b: 25Jul1935, Camden, Il.; d: 15Aug1995, Quincy, Il.; bu: City Cemetery, Rushville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Roscoe Fred Clayton; mo: Goldie Chapman. A resident of Quincy; formerly of Camden. Survived by four sons: Scott Kirk, Jeff and Steve, all of Quincy; two daughters: Danita Edwards and Anita Patterson, both of Quincy; and 15 grandchildren.

CLAYTON, Roscoe F.; b: 11Dec1899, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 16Sep1981, Rushville, Il; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Goldie Chapman in 1934 at Mt. Sterling, Il; fa: Andrew Clayton; mo: Eva Marlow. Wife preceded in death 6Dec1956. A resident of Camden, Il. Survived by a son: Roger Clayton of Quincy; six grand and two g-grandchildren; two step-sons: Maurice Davis of Beardstown and George Davis of Quincy; two sisters: Mrs. Irene Carter of Dallas City and Mrs. Agnes Stone of Macomb; two half-sisters: Mrs. Mabel Cady and Mrs. Lulu Logsdon, both of Rushville. Preceded by a brother, a sister and a half-sister.

CLAYTON, Ruby M. (Gabert); b: 13Oct1902, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 1apr1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Arnold Clayton on 15Aug1926 in Rushville, Il.; fa: George Gabert; mo: Leota Ambrosius. Husband preceded in death 23Mar1975. A resident of Camden, Il. Survived by a son: Gene of Camden; two daughters: Beatrice Artis of Camden and Virginia Horney of Anaheim, Calif.; nine grand and seven g-grandchildren; a brother: Kenneth Gabert of Camden; and two sisters: Beulah Richardson of Camden and Delilah Payne of Rushville. Preceded by a brother: Dewayne Gabert.

CLAYTON, Steve A.; b: 29Apr1957, Rushville, Il.; d: 2Apr1979, Denver, Colo.; bu: Palm Cemetery, west of Rushville, Il.; m: Linda S. Johnson on 28Feb1987 in Lincoln, Il.; fa: Eddie A. Clayton; mo: Jeanette D'Camp. A resident of Golden, Colorado; formerly of Huntsville. Survived by his father of Rushville; his mother: Jeanette Turner of Golden, Colo.; his wife; two sons: Steven Wayne and Bradley Scott, all of Lincoln; two brothers: Marvin Wayne and Eddie Lee Clayton; and a sister: Carmen Louise Clayton, all of Golden, Colo.; a half-brother: Wayne Eugene Clayton of Rushville; a foster-sister: Eldora Miller of Huntsville; grandparents: Samuel and Clesta D'Camp of Littleton; and foster-grandmother: Mrs. Lena Little of Camden. {Raised in the home of Wayne and Louise Loring of Huntsville.}

CLAYTON, Una A. (Tribble); b: 25Apr1894, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 13Aug1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Charles Leslie Clayton (date and place not stated); fa: Frank Tribble; mo: Lora Tunnel. Husband preceded in death in 1968. Survived by one son: W. F. "Cody" Clayton of Jacksonville; two grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Elsie Kathleen Clayton; and a sister: Elsie Caldwell.

CLAYTON, Viola Beatrice (Merrit); b: 8Nov1908, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 10Dec1984, Peoria, Il.; bu: Peterson Cemetery, near Camden, Il.; m: Alvin Lee Clayton on 17Jul1925 in Schuyler Co., Il.; fa: Frank Merrit; mo: Flora (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1950. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by four daughters: Mrs. Harvey (Darlene) Bowen of Mt. Sterling, Flora Katherine Smith of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Jack (Betty) Lewis and Lula Clayton of Peoria; and three sons: Lloyd Clayton of Peoria, Floyd Clayton of St. Paul, Minn., and Thomas Clayton of Jacksonville, Fla.; 15 grand and 23 g-grandchildren. Preceded by six brothers, four sisters, four grandchildren, and one g-grandchild.

CLAYTON, W. F. "Cody"; b: 29Sep1917, Franklin, Il.; d: 31Jan1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Margaret Long on 26Feb1940 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: Leslie Lafe Clayton; mo: Una Aubry Tribble. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; one son: James Clayton of Jacksonville; one daughter: Mrs. William (Judy) Hamm of rural Chapin; five grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by one sister: Kathleen.

CLAYTON, William; b: 16Aug1891, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 17Apr1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery; m: Landis Cox on 28Dec1919 (place not stated); fa: George D. Clayton; mo: Anna Amelia Spreen. Wife preceded in death 28Dec1976. Survived by two sons: William R. Clayton of rural Ashland and James A. Clayton of rural Alexander; four grand and four g-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Minnie Wild of Winchester; and the following half-brothers and sisters: Donald Clayton of Murrayville, Frank Clayton and Robert C. Clayton of Palmyra, Wilfred Clayton of Winchester, Stanley Clayton of Jacksonville, Mrs. Iva Coleman and Mrs. Laura Dixon, all of Jacksonville.

CLAYWELL, Mary E. (Howell); b: 31Jul1899, Montgomery Co., Il.; d: 23Dec1978, Winchester, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Leo D. Claywell on 17May1923 (place not stated); fa: Alpence Howell; mo: Belle (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1970. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by one sister: Mrs. Murl (Margie) Smothers of White Hall.

CLEARY, Charlotte; b: 8Dec1904, Waverly, Il.; d: 29Nov1984, Auburn, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; fa: Michael H. Cleary; mo: Josephine Leak. A resident of Waverly, Il. She was the last of her immediate family.

CLEARY, Margaret (Goebel); b: 2Jan1913, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 22Jan1993, Scottsdale, Ariz.; bu: Arizona; m: Edward Cleary in 1934 (place not stated); fa: William Goebel; mo: Elizabeth (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1990. Survived by three daughters: Judith Sibert of Arlington, Va., Ann Kearns of Amherst, Mass., and Margaret Strong of Tucson, Ariz.; seven grand and two g-grandchildren; and a brother: William Goebel of Bloomington. Preceded by a sister: Catherine L. Goebel in 1967.

CLEAVELIN, Martha Mary; b: 23Sep1903, Grayville, Il.; d: 3Nov1993, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Albert V. Cleavelin; mo: Lettie Johnson. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Gordon S. (Helen) Marvin of Flint, Mich., and Mrs. Ross (Ruth) Bradley of Jacksonville.

CLEAVES, Carl J.; b: 16Apr1917, Timewell, Il.; d: 24Feb1993, Rushville Il.; bu: Mound Cemetery, Timewell, Il.; m: Mildred Grace Yakle on 8Jul1941 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: John Cleaves; mo: Ida Schug. A resident of Timewell, Il. Army Air Corps Vet (1941-1945). Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Philip (Kay) Kellen of Marshfield, Mass., and Mrs. Delbert (Connie) Mowen of Camp Point; a son: John Edward "Joe" Cleaves of Camp Point; 10 grand and two g-grandchildren; and one brother: Lozelle Cleaves of Springfield.

CLEAVES, Marjorie; b: 15Sep1903, Brown Co., Il.; d: 27Sep1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: Mound Cemetery, Timewell, Il.; fa: Hobart A. Cleaves; mo: Lizzie A. Preece. A resident of Timewell, Il. Survived by one brother: Dwight of Petersburg. Preceded by two brothers.

CLEGG, John J.; b: 24Oct1899, Chandlerville, Il.; d: 9Aug1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: Lilly Sader on 23Jun1934 in Fremont, Wisc.; fa: Joseph J. Clegg; mo: Charlotte Ainsworth. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Joseph J. Clegg of Jacksonville; three grandsons; and two great-grandsons. Preceded by three brothers.

CLEGHORN, Adolph; b: 7Jun1885 (place not stated); d: 5Dec1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Brown Co., Il.; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of rural Bluffs, Il. Survived by four nephews.

CLEM, Paul Leon; b: 18Feb1922, LaPlata, Mo.; d: 22Dec1981, Springfield, Il.; bu: LaPlanta, Mo.; m: Juanita Cook on 2Aug1941 (place not stated); fa: Dillard Clem; mo: Zula Ellis. Vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Kirksville, Mo.; one son: Paul Leon Clem, Jr. of St. Charles, Mo.

CLEMENS, Erma G.; b: 10May1888, Quincy, Il.; d: 7Mar1979, Wheaton, Il.; bu: Warrenville, Il.; m: Harry Clemens (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1953. A former Jacksonville, Il. resident Survived by a daughter: Mrs. John C. (Leeanna) LeHault of Wheaton; and several nieces and nephews.

CLEMENS, Gladys A. (Quam); b: 17Apr1909, Sun Prairie, Wisc.; d: 1Jun1989, Rushville, Il.; bu: Riverside Cemetery, Stoughton, Wisc.; m: George Clemens on 27Jun1936 in Rockford, Il.; fa: John Quam; mo: Sarah Strand. Husband preceded in death 17May1970. Survived by three granddaughters: Marilyn McIntosh of Littleton, Sandra Hisel of New Glarus, Wisc., and Linda Watson of Phoenix, Ariz.; six g-grandchildren; and a g-g-grandchild. Preceded by a daughter: Shirley Wayer; and two brothers.

CLEMENT, Georgia (Medlin); b: 27Sep1902, Morristown, Tenn.; d: 10Aug1991, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Jesse H. Clement on 18Aug1918 in Morristown, Tenn.; fa: Samuel G. Medlin; mo: Melinda Jane Wright. Husband preceded in death 3Oct1989. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by one son: William Robert Clement of Hot Springs, Ark.; three daughters: Evelyn Hish of Virginia, Haze Jordan of Havana and Mildred Correll of Jacksonville; 14 grand and 28 g-grandchildren; and one sister: Ruth Jones of Morristown, Tenn. Preceded by two sons and one granddaughter.

CLEMENT, Hester Faye (Maurer); b: 26Ot1911, Virginia, Il.; d: 13Sep1983, Jacksonville Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Lloyd Clement (date and place not stated); fa: Frank Maurer; mo: Lillian (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Doris McLaughlin of Jacksonville; and three grandchildren. Preceded by a grandson and a sister.

CLEMENT, James P.; b: 30Apr1920, Cass Co., Il.; d: 7Jun1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Arcadia, Il.; m: Mildred Gibbons Huppers on 16Mar1947 in Ashland, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Terry L. Clement of Blair, Okla.; and one daughter: Mrs. Gene L. (Patsy) Smith of Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri; five grandchildren; a brother: Robert Clement of Siloam Springs, Ark.; and three sisters: Mrs. Ronald (Mildred) Correll of Jacksonville, Mrs. Charles (Hazel) Jordan of Havana and Mrs. Edgar (Evelyn) Hish of Virginia.

CLEMENT, Jesse "J. R."; b: (not stated); d: 28Jun1976, rural Virginia, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Hilda (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: Jesse C. Clement; mo: (not stated). A resident of rural Virginia; was 54 years of age at death. Survived by h is wife; two sons: David and Michael; and his parents: Mr. & Mrs. Jesse C. Clement of rural Virginia.

CLEMENT, Jesse Henderson; b: 20Aug1899, Morristown, Tenn.; d: 3Oct1989, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Georgia E. Medlin on 18Aug1918 in Morristown, Tenn.; fa: John P. Clement; mo: Woodie Helton. Survived by his wife; one son: William Robert Clement of Hot Springs, Ark.; three daughters: Evelyn Hish of Virginia, Hazel Jordan of Havana and Mildred Correll of Jacksonville; 14 grand and 25 g-grandchildren; three sisters: Margaret Livingston and Mary Hopkins, both of Morristown, Tenn., and Rosie Reeves of Crossville, Tenn.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sons: Jesse J. and James P. Clement; and two brothers: Thomas and W. N. Clement.

CLEMENT, William E.; b: 19Aug1922, Perry, Il.; d: 15Jan1979, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; m: Mari Dunavon on 17Aug1946 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Lloyd Clement; mo: Bessie Smith. A resident of Rushville, Il. Army vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Mike Taylor of Sanger, Tex., and Miss Alison Clement of Norman; two grandchildren; and a sister: Ruth Jones of Nevada City, Calif. Preceded by one brother and two sisters.

CLEMENT, Yvonne M. (Duchene); b: 5Mar1904, Kankakee, Il.; d: 26Sep1992, Rushville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Ernest F. Clement on 8Jan1923 in Kankakee, Il.; fa: Zephire Duchene; mo: Anna Marie Maillet. Husband preceded in death in 1958. A resident of Virginia, Il.; formerly of Kankakee, Il. and Grand Rapids, Michigan. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Harry (Marjean B.) Campbell of Virginia; seven grand and five g-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by three children: Bernice Smith, Constance Burton and Thomas Clement; one grandson; two brothers: Armand and Robert Duchene; and three sisters: Beatrice McKinney, Marguerite Gorman and Gertrude Duchene.

CLEMENT, Ward S.; b: 29Dec1912, Perry, Il.; d: 9Jan1978, Rushville, Il.; bu: Concord, Il.; fa: Lloyd Clement; mo: Bessie Smith. A resident of Rushville Il. Survived by a brother: William E. Clement of rural Rushville; and a sister: Mrs. Ruth Jones of Nevada City, Calif. Preceded by two sisters.

CLEMENTS, Cecil; b: 25Oct1919, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 24Sep1990, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) Veda "Suzie" Thurman in September, 1947; and 2) Rosie Wilcox Wessel in October, 1979 (places not stated); fa: Herman Clements; mo: Ethel Belville. 1st wife preceded in death in March, 1978. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; his mother; two daughters: Marsha Monger of Beardstown and Karen White of Rushville; three step-daughters; five grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren; one step-great-grandchild; two sisters: Marcel Stemp of California and Wava Heffern of Rushville; and four brothers: William of Browning, Eldon of Decatur, Donald of Indiana and Russell of Beardstown. Preceded by his father and an infant brother.

CLEMENTS, Dorothea; b: 30Nov1919, Joplin, Mo.; d: 2Aug1989, Medford, Ore.; bu: (not stated); m: John Clements on 22Jan1955 in San Francisco, Calif.; fa & mo: (not stated). Survived by her husband; a sister: Dolores Woodward of Rochester, Mich.; a half-sister: Eloise Blakeney of Albuquerque, N.M.; and two half-brothers: Bob Randall of Jacksonville and Mark A. Randall of Fort Worth, Tex.

CLEMENTS, Ethel M. (Belville); b: 7Apr1896, Browning, Il.; d: 8Feb1991, Rushville, Il.; bu: Browning, Il.; m: Herman Clements on 10Sep1916 in Rushville, Il.; fa: John Belville; mo: Rebecca Wright. Husband preceded in death 9Jan1876. Survived by four sons: William and Donald of Browning, Eldon of Decatur and Russell of Beardstown; two daughters: Macel Stemp of Rancho Cordova, Calif., and Wava Heffren of Rushville; one sister: Twila Newell of Beardstown; 17 grand and 31 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons: John R. and Cecil; three brothers; and four sisters.

CLEMENTS, Georgia Elizabeth (Johnson); b: 13Mar1894, Springfield, Il.; d: 18Feb1986, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Harry L. Clements in June, 1920 (place not stated); fa: George W. Johnson; mo: Mary E. Rhoads. A resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by her husband; five daughters: Ruby Long of Franklin, Clara Shepard of Divernon, Ruth Huges of Springfield, Helen Leetham and Eileen Courier, both of Murrayville; 26 grand, 42 g-grandchildren, and one g-g-grandchild. Preceded by three sisters, one brother, and several grandchildren.

CLEMENTS, Harry L.; b: 26Mar1900, Taney Co., Mo.; d: 23Feb1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; d: 23Feb1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Georgia Johnson in 1920 at Taneyville, Mo.; fa: Rice Clements; mo: Moriah Johnson. Wife preceded in death in 1986. A resident of the Convalescent Center, Jacksonville; formerly of Franklin, Il. Survived by five daughters: Ruby Long of Waverly, Helen Leetham and Eileen Courier, both of Murrayville, Clara Shepard of Naples and Ruth Heavner of St. Charles, Mo.; one brother: Lawrence Clements of Clarence, Mo.; 26 grand, 47 g-grand, seven step-great-grand, five g-g-grand and 11 step-g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by five brothers; two sisters, and several g-g-grandchildren.

CLEMENTS, Herman H.; b: 29Dec1895, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 9Jan1976, Rushville, Il.; bu: Browning, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: George R. Clements; mo: Dora Howell. Survived by five sons: Cecil and Russell of Beardstown, Bill and Don of Browning and Eldon of Decatur; two daughters: Macell Stemp of Salinas, Calif., and Wava Heffren of Rushville; two brothers: Earl Clements of Colton, Calif., and Oscar Clements of Hammond, Ind.; a sister: Margaret Bridgewater of Timewell; 21 grand and 15 g-grandchildren.

CLEMENTS, Josh Edward; b: 9Jul1976, Springfield, Il.; d: 19Oct1978, Springfield, Il.; bu: Berlin, Il.; fa: Carl Leroy Clemets; mo; Natalie Mutch. A resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by his parents; two sisters: Carla and Allison, both at home; paternal grandmother: Mrs. Teenie Clark of Berlin; maternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Mutch of Murrayville; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

CLEMENTS, Kenneth, Jr.; b: 12Oct1962, Beardstown, Il.; d: 6Aug1985, Indianapolis, Ind.; bu Oak Grove Cemetery, near Beardstown, Il.; m: Kristin Noel on 19Jun1982 in Rushville, Ind.; fa: Kenneth Clements; mo: Judy Boice. A resident of Rushville, Ind. Survived by his wife; an infant daughter; his parents; and two sisters: Lisa Jane Bills of Connersville, Ind., and Mrs. Bruce (Porrie) Farlow of Rushville, Ind.

CLEMENTS, Mary (Pauley); b: 14Feb1925, West Virginia; d: 22Jul1986, Charleston, W.V.; bu: Browning, Il.; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Browning, Il., recently of Charleston, W.V. Survived by her mother of Charleston; two sons: Michael Lee Clements of Elkview, W.V., and Patrick Ray Clements of Rushville; five grandchildren; two brothers: Joseph Pauley and James Hill; and one sister: Pearl Nutter, all of Charleston.

CLEMENTS, Rosie Wessel (Wilcox); b: 1Mar1927, Beardstown, Il.; d: 17Aug1966, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) George Wessel in 1946; and 2) Cecil Clements in 1980 (places not stated); fa: Jack Wilcox; mo: Marie Fox. 1st husband died in August, 1974; 2nd died in 1990. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by three daughters: Virginia Curry of Beardstown, Vicki Wofford of Pana and Georgia Wessel of Carbondale; two step-daughters: Marsha Monger of Beardstown and Karen White of Rushville; seven grand, five step-grand and four g-grandchildren; a sister: Mary Hymes of Beardstown; and a brother: John Wilcox of Beardstown. Preceded by one sister and one brother.

CLEMENTS, Verda Alice "Sue" (Thurman); b: 21Jan1927, Littleton, Il.; d: 28Mar1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Cecil Ray Clements on 27Sep1946 in Macomb, Il..; fa: Elmer B. Thurman; mo: Florence Lindsey. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Fred (Marsha) Monger of Beardstown and Mrs. William (Karen) White of Rushville; five grandchildren; her mother of Beardstown; these sisters and brothers: Mrs. Wallace (Kathryn) Rohn, Mrs. Earl (Rozie) Price and Mrs. Delores Anderson, all of Beardstown, Mrs. Frank (Christina) Crews of Meredosia, Harry Thurman, Stanley Thurman and Robert Thurman, all of Beardstown, and Jack Thurman of Macomb. Preceded by her father and three brothers.

CLEMENTS, William; b: 19Jul1894, Oklahoma; d: 14Sep1977, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; fa: John Clements; mo: Annie Sturman. A resident of the Palmyra, Il. area. WWI vet. There are no survivors.

CLEMENTS, William H.; b: 10Apr1942, Casey Co., Ky.; d: 31Aug1983, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Liberty, Kentucky; m: Betty (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Liberty, Ky. Survived by his wife of Liberty, Ky.; and ten brothers and sisters.

CLEMMONS, Dane L.; b: 25Jul1905, near Milton, Il.; d: 14Sep1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Florine Johnson (date and place not stated); fa: Seldon Clemmons; mo: Cora Dillon. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Mary Jane Pettijohn of Winterhaven, Fla.; a sister: Mrs. Ruth Whitmyer of Coffeen; two grandchildren; and two g-grandchildren.

CLEMMONS, Grace (Douglas); b: 3Jan1883, near Milton, Il.; d: 25Nov1981, Milton, Il.; bu: Douglas Cemetery, near Milton, Il.; m: Coston Clemmons on 5Sep1942 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Andrew Douglas; mo: Melissa Jane Savage. Husband preceded in death 10Nov1976. Survived by two nieces: Mrs. Martha Maupin of rural Pittsfield and Mrs. Ruth Garrett of Denver, Colo. Preceded by two brothers: Creed and A. M. Douglas.

CLEMONS, Addie C. (Smith); b: 11Mar1891, near Ashland, Il.; d: 2Mar1981, Springfield, Il.; bu: Ashland, Il.; m: Gilbert Clemons (date and place not stated); fa: Hiram Smith; mo: Jane Edwards. Husband preceded in death. A former resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Thomas McClure of Ashland; two sons: Lawrence and Thomas, both of Ashland; 10 grand and three g-grandchildren; and a siter: Mrs. Laura Wright of Pleasant Plains. Preceded by 11 brothers and sisters.

CLEMONS, Danny L.; b: 2Jul1947, Springfield, Il.; d: 26May1994, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Asbury, Il.; m: Beverly Cully on 22Jun1969, Asbury, Il.; fa: George Clemons; mo: Opal Hayes. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Army vet (1966-1969). Survived by his wife; three sons: Robbie, Ryan and Joshua Clemons, all at home; one daughter: Shonda Clemons of Murrayville; his father of Ashland; and one sister: Mrs. Robert (Nancy) Heather of Ashland. Preceded by his mother.

CLEMONS, Edith (Middlecamp); b: 1Jan1888, Mason Co., Il.; d: 28Mar1977, Peoria, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, Chandlerville, Il.; m: Albert S. Clemons (date and place not stated); fa: John Middlecamp; mo: Louise Kramer. Husband preceded in death in 1959. Survived by three sons: Phillip J. of Peoria, Albert of East Peoria and Carroll Clemons of Peoria; two daughters: Mattie Egart of California and Bernice Smith of Missouri; a brother: Ed Middlecamp of Bath; two sisters: Margaret Rush of Springfield and Mrs. Alvina Streming of Chandlerville; ten grand and ten g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CLEMONS, Edith Allie (Harbert); b: 30Jun1883, Kilbourne, Il.; d: 3Mar1989, rural Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Kilbourne, Il.; m: Howard Milton Clemons on 13Feb1902 (place not stated); fa: Amerigo Vespucci Harbert; mo: Nancy Ann Ade. Husband preceded in death 1Aug1952. A resident of rural Jacksonville. Survived by two daughters: Ruby C. Finch of rural Jacksonville, with whom she made her home, and Grayce N. Cox of Virginia; 20 grand and numerous g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son, three daughters and three sisters.

CLEMONS, Opal A. (Hayes); b: 1Jul1914, Prentice, Il.; d: 9Apr1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: George E. Clemons on 19Jun1943 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Augustus Hayes; mo: Bertha Creed. A resident of Ashland. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Bob (Nancy J.) Heather of Ashland; one son: Danny Clemons (wife Beverly) of Jacksonville; six grandchildren; two sisters: Mary Jo Rich of Shelbyville, Mo., and Lucille Cruzan of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; two sisters: Elsie Ashburn and Starr Flinn; and three brothers: Byron, Leroy and Raymond Hayes.

CLENDENEN, Bertha A. (Portwood); b: 13Dec1890, Greene Co., Il.; d: 4Jun1979, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Dayton Cemetery, Eldred, Il.; m: Oscar Clendenen in 1910 (place not stated); fa: John H Portwood; mo: Claudia Buchanan. Husband preceded in death in 1970. A resident of Eldred, Il. Survived by these children: Mrs. Bert (Viola) Mitchell, Carroll (Blondie) and Glen, of Eldred, Mrs. Richard (Claudia) Denny of California, Mrs. Joe (Dorothy) Smith of Jacksonville, Mrs. Clara Inglis and Oscar of Tulsa, Okla., and Clifford Harold of Granite City; a grandson raised in the home: John Wheeler; also 29 grand and 40 g-grandchildren; these sisters and brothers: Edith Bechdoldt and Robert ad Louis Portwood, all of Eldred, and Julia Huyear of Carrollton. Preceded by a daughter, two sons, one brother and one sister.

CLENDENEN, Carol "Blondie"; b: 14Feb1922 (place not stated); d: 30Aug1993, Eldred, Il.; bu: Dayton Cemetery, south of Eldred, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Oscar P. Clendenen; mo: Bertha Portwood. Resident of Eldred, Il. Survived by two daughters: Janet Pyatt of Eldred and Carol Sue Richardson of St. Louis, Mo.; two sons: Roger "Bear" and Ernie Clendenen, both of Eldred; eight grandchildren; four sisters: Viola Mitchell of Eldred, Claudia Denny and Ellen Stephany, both of Florida, and Dorothy Smith of Jacksonville; and two brothers: Harold of Woodson and Glenn of Georgia. Preceded by one sister: Lucille Wheeler; and three brothers: Albert, Robert and Edward.

CLENDENEN, Clifford Harold; b: 4Dec1919, Eldred, Il.; d: 6Aug1994, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Memorial Gardens Cemetery, east of Eldred, Il.; m: Ethel Hurt on 14Jun1948 (place not stated); fa: Oscar Clendenen; mo: Bertha Portwood. Resident of Woodson, Il. WWII and Korean War Navy vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Charles of South Korea, Michael of Baycliff, Tex., and Kelly Clendenen of Jacksonville; two daughters: Debbie Grable of Jacksonville and Laurie Felter of Camp Verde, Ariz.; eight grandchildren; one brother: Glenn Clendenen of Georgia; and four sisters: Claudia Denny of Eldred, Viola Mitchell of White Hall, Ellen Stephany of Florida and Dorothy Smith of Jacksonville.. Preceded by one son: Monte Clendenen; one daughter: Tenna Cook; four brothers: Carol "Blondie" Clendenen, Albert Clendenen, Robert Clendenen and Edward Clendenen; and one sister: Lucille Wheeler.

CLENDENEN, Monte A.; b: 2Feb1962, Greene Co., Il.; d: 17Sep1978, near Glen Carbon, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Eldred, Il.; fa: Harold Clendenen; mo: Ethel Mae Coonrod. A resident of Granite City; formerly of Eldred and Jacksonville. Survived by his parents and these brothers and sisters: Charles of Ft. Riley, Kans., Mike, Tenna, Laurie and Deborah Grable, all of Jacksonville, and Kelly, at home.

CLENDENIN, Marie (Wedeking); b: 16Jun1888, Beardstown, Il.; d: 17Jan1977, Beardstown, Il.; m: C. E. Clendenin on 23Jun1918 (place not stated); fa: Ed Wedeking; mo: Emma Koblenz; Husband preceded in death 2Jul1952. Survived by two nieces: Mrs. Charles E. (Maryalyce) Hobrock of Beardstown and Mrs. Fred (Margaret) Brauer of Santa Paula, Calif.; and two great-nephews. Preceded by two sisters: Mrs. Julius (Nettie) Hobrock and Miss Hilda Wedeking; and a nephew: Charles E. Hobrock.

CLENDENNY, Bertha A. (Ottwell); b: 8Jul1915, Kampsville, Il.; d: 28Dec1990, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Eldred, Il.; m: Orland "Lub" Clendenny on 7Nov1931 in Hardin, Il.; fa: John Ottwell; mo: Rosa Cox. Husband preceded in death 10Sep1975. Survived by three daughters: Alberta Truetzschler of Jacksonville, Vernita Gilbert and Janice Whithrow, both of Carrollton; five grand and seven g-grandchildren; two sisters: Katherine Gray of St. Charles, Mo., and Beatrice Follis of Hardin; a brother: Clarence Ottwell of Mozier. Preceded by two brothers: Marvin and Alec Ottwell.

CLENDENNY, L. A. "Jack", Sr.; b: 15Jul1897, Mozier, Il.; d: 28Dec1985, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Flossie Clowers on 21Jul1917 in Pleasant Hill, Il.; fa: Carey Clendenny; mo: Cecelia Pontero. Wife preceded in death 6Dec1977. A resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by one son: L. A. Clendenny, Jr. of Pleasant Hill; one daughter: Mrs. Arnold (Imogene) Guthrie of Pleasant Hill; three brothers: Otis of Carrollton, Merle of Pleasant Hill and Leo of Hamburg; three sisters: Mrs. Carlene Capps of Kampsville, Mrs. Geneva Schlieper of Hardin and Mrs. Cecelia Ottwell of Taylorville; four grand and nine g-grandchildren.

CLENDENNY, Olive M. (Martin); b: 17Dec1888, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 19Mar1983, Hardin, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Amos Clendenny (date and place not stated); fa: John Martin; mo: Susan Hubbard. Husband died in 1960. Former of Pleasant Hill, Il. The only survivors are nieces and nephews.

CLENDENNY, Otho "Junior"; b: 8Jan1933, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 14Jun1993, near Meredosia, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: Viola F. Shaw on 3Jul1953 in Calhoun Co., Il.; fa: Otho Logan Clendenny; mo: Freda Foiles. A resident of Nebo, Il. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ronald and Randy Clendenny, both of Nebo; five grandchildren; two brothers: William Clendenny of Pittsfield and Leroy Clendenny of Nebo; and one sister: Freda Guthrie of Pleasant Hill. Preceded by one son: Rickey Lee Clendenny; his parents; two sisters; and two brothers.

CLEVELAND, Julia R. (Reesor); b: 9Jul1902, Waverly, Il.; d: 20Sep1992, LaGrange, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Edmund G. Cleveland on 31Jul1936 (place not stated); fa: Frank S. Reesor; mo: Harriett Hutchinson. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Western Springs; formerly of Waverly. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. David (Harriett) Brown of Western Springs; three grand and three g-grandchildren; and one brother: Edwin H. Reesor of California. Preceded by two brothers.

CLEVELAND, Katherine May (Hickman); b: 7Nov1922, Waverly, Il.; d: 9Apr1995, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Thomas Franklin Cleveland in April, 1941 (place not stated); fa: William Ernest Hickman; mo: Pearl Garman. Husband preceded in death 23Feb1983. Survived by two sons: Michael Thomas of Orlando and Ernest of Waverly; two daughters: Sondra Kay Prine and Mary Katherine Jones, both of Waverly; two sisters: Frances Melton of Springfield and Shirley Ross of Waverly; 15 grand and nine g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters: Ernestine Mitchell and Phyllis Jean Hickman.

CLEVELAND, Thomas; b: 1Jan1920, Vincennes, Ind.; d: 25Jan1983, St. Louis, Mo. (Jefferson Barracks Hospital); bu: Waverly, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Charles Cleveland; mo: Margaret Asp. A resident of Carlinville I.; formerly of Waverly, Il. Survived by two daughters: Sandra Parton of Atlanta, Ga., and Mary Jones of Waverly; two sons: Ernie of Waverly and Mike, in the Army at Monterey, California; one half-sister: Arlene Adams of Phoenix, Ariz.; a half-brother: John Burnell of Jacksonville; and 12 grandchildren.

CLEVELAND, V. Lorraine (Alvey); b: 18Aug1930, Rolla, Mo.; d: 18Jul1991, Springfield, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Leo G. Cleveland on 2 Sep1950 (place not stated); fa: Clarence Alvey; mo: Dollie Brookshire. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Steve and Pat Cleveland, both of Jacksonville; three daughters: Mrs. Mike (Marsha) Eilert of Ft. Collins, Colo., Mrs. Mike (Nancy) Tatro of Lafayette, Colo., and Amy Cleveland of Springfield; seven grandchildren; two sisters: Marie Goodman of Hazelwood, Mo., and Nadine Fredrick of Chesterfield, Mo.; and one brother: Vernon Alvey of St. Charles, Mo.

CLEVENGER, Cora E. (Ladley); b: 14Mar1887, Barr Township, Il.; d: 24Apr1984, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Hettick, Il.; m: Oscar Clevenger in February, 1909 at Springfield, Il.; fa: Thomas Ladley; mo: Adora Shuler. Husband preceded in death 27Aug1964. A resident of Hettick, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Ola Tate of Hettick; a daughter-in-law: Mrs. Frances Clevenger of Marion; four grand, eight g-grand and four g-g-grandchildren; and a brother: Harold Ladley of Hettick. Preceded by a son and a brother.

CLEVENGER Estill; b: 5Jun1895, Wayne Co., Il.; d: 2Mar1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Roselawn Memorial Park, near Springfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Loami, Il. Survived by three sons: Jesse Clevenger of Springfield, Glen Clevenger of Scottville and Marion Clevenger of Franklin; two daughters: Mrs. Les (Norma) Williams of Roodhouse and Mrs. Marjorie Yekin of Kansas City, Mo.; 13 grand and several great-grandchildren; one g-g-grandson; a brother: John Clevenger of Rutland; and several nieces and nephews.

CLEVENGER, Glen E.; b: 14Apr1920, Fairfield, Il.; d: 10Oct1987, near Virginia, Il.; bu: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Elsie Atkinson in 1942 (place not stated); fa: Estill Clevenger; mo: Ola (surname not stated). A resident of Scottville; formerly of Springfield. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Russell (Carol) Funderburk of Rochester and Mrs. Dallas (Rose) Mrasak of Springfield; two brothers: Jesse of Springfield and Marion of Franklin; two sisters: Norma Williams of Roodhouse and Marjorie Yekin of Kansas City, Mo.; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a sister.

CLEVENGER, Ola May (Eikelberry); b: 17Jan1898 (place not stated); d: 27Sep1978, Springfield, Il.; bu: Roselawn Memorial Park, near Springfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Frank Eikelberry; mo: Flora Harmon. A resident of the Lewis Memorial Christian Home, Springfield, Il. Survived by three sons: Jesse of Springfield, Glen of Palmyra, and Marion of Franklin; two daughters: Mrs. Majorie Yekin of Springfield and Mrs. Norma Williams of Roodhouse; and one brother: Lewis of Gess, Illinois.

CLEVENGER, Toby L.; b: 29Apr1977, Alton, Il.; d: 10Feb1992, Urbana, Il.; bu: Gilead Baptist Cemetery, Hettick, Il.; fa: Henry Clevenger; mo: Phyllis Loellke. A resident of Hettick. Survived by his parents of Hettick; two sisters: Anne Clevenger of Hettick and Debra Pratt of Virden; two brothers: Monte Clevenger and Landon Clevenger, both of Hettick; and maternal grandmother: Naomi Loellke of Carrollton.

CLICK, Alice A. (Jackson); b: 19Oct1956, Rushville, Il.; d: 8Sep1979, south of Versailles, Il.; bu: Versailles, Il.; m: Stanley A. Click on 26Jun1975 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Nicholas Jackson; mo: Helen Hoag. A resident of Versailles. Survived by her husband; a son: Bart; and a daughter: Allison, both at home; her father and step-mother: Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Jackson of Versailles; the following brothers and sisters: James and Nicholas, Jr., both of Versailles, Roland, Sam and Frank, all of Kewanee, Jerry of Springfield, Edward of St. Ann, Mo., Gilbert of California, Miss Linda Jackson of Nebraska, Mrs. Betty Dober of Frederick, Mrs. Norma McCann of Milton, Mrs. Hazel Fagan of Roseville, Mrs. Corrine Lashbrook of Rushville and Mrs. Irma Calhoune and Charlotte Jackson, both of California.

CLICK, John W.; b: 20May1905, Quincy, Il.; d: 2Jun1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (cremated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by a sister: Alta Mae Click; and a brother: Russell, both of Lincoln.

CLIFFORD, Frederick W.; b: 28Mar1902, Chicago, Il.; d: 18Jan1976, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Grace Newman on 27Dec1927 (place not stated); fa: Louis Clifford; mo: Amelia Litsinger. Survived by his wife; two children: Frances Louise Haxby of Park Forest and William F. Clifford of South Holland, Il.; three grandchildren and one g-grandchild.

CLIFFORD, John W.; b: 17Mar1889, Lewistown, Il.; d: 29Mar1984, Farmington, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery; m: Maude M. Wilson on 16Sep1920 in Peoria, Il.; fa: Scott Clifford; mo: Anna FitzHenry. Wife preceded in death. A resident of Lewistown, Il. WWI vet. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Jeanne Ferguson of Jacksonville, Mrs. Betty Luft of Canton, and Mrs. Jo Sosey of Lewiston; three grandsons and a great-granddaughter. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CLINARD, F. Gilbert "Gib"; b: 1Oct1915, Manchester, Il.; d: 30Nov1985, Hillsboro, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Ruby McNeely on 6Aug1938 in Elsberry, Mo.; fa: W. Frank Clinard; mo: G. Loring Alred. Wife preceded in death 26Mar1977. A resident of Butler; formerly of Jacksonville. Survived by a son: Don G. of Hillsboro; a daughter: Mrs. Jack (Karen) Seward of Butler; five grandchildren; a great-grandchild; a brother: Ward Clinard of Raymond; three sisters: Mrs. Charles (Geraldine) Long and Eva Raleigh, both of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Theodore (Pauline) Coumbes of Murryville. Preceded by three sisters.

CLINARD, Roy; b: 14Mar1917, Versailles Il.; d: 3Feb1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Wilma Passmore on 10Apr1948 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: Ray Clinard; mo: Addie Mae Davis. A resident of rural Mt. Sterling, Il. WWII Army vet (1942-1945). Survived by his wife; two sons: Charles Clinard of Lebanon, Mo., and David Clinard of Mt. Sterling; two sisters: Mrs. Phillip(Mary) Powers of Detroit, Mich., and Helen Goff of Bellville; and two grandchildren.

CLINARD, Ruby F. (McNeely); b: 2Jul1912, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 26Mar1977, Springfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Gilbert Clinard on 6Aug1938 (place not stated); fa: C. C. "Dick" McNeely; mo: Trellis Petersen. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her mother: Mrs. Trellis McNeely Clinard of Jacksonville, who in remarriage has the same last name as her daughter; her husband; two children: Karen, wife of Jack Seward of Butler and Donald, at home; five grandchildren: Greg, Jeff, Bret, Eric and Christine Seward. Preceded by her father.

CLINARD, Trellis A. (Petersen); b: 26Oct1890, Nortonville, Il.; d: 26Aug1985, Hillsboro, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) C. C. "Dick" McNeely in February, 1909 (place not stated); and 2) Frank Clinard (date and place not stated); fa: William H. Petersen; mo: Martha Elizabeth Miller. 2nd husband preceded in death 24May1945. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by the following step-children: Ward Clinard of Raymond, Gilbert Clinard of rural Butler, Eva Raleigh of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ted (Pauline) Coumbes of Murrayville, and Mrs. Charles (Geraldine) Long of Jacksonville; two grand, five g-grandchildren, and one g-g-grandson; a brother: W. D. "Don" Petersen, who had made his home with her for several years; a sister: Ruth E. Petersen of South Bend, Ind.; two nieces; and one nephew. Preceded by one daughter: Mrs. Gilbert (Ruby) Clinard; and two sisters.

CLINARD, Ward; b: 25Feb1914, Greene Co., Il.; d: 27Feb1989, Hillsboro, Il.; bu: Rochester, Il.; m: Dorothy Kurfiss in 1935 (place not stated); fa: Frank Clinard; mo: Loring Alred. Wife preceded in death in 1978. A resident of Hillsboro; formerly of Raymond, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by two sons: Darrel of Schram City and Harrel of Hillsboro; a daughter: Susan Carter of Morrisville; 10 grand, six step-grand, 12 g-grand, 15 step-great-grandchildren and a step-g-g-grandchild; and three sisters: Pauline Coumbes of Murrayville and Eva Raleigh and Geraldine Long, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother and three sisters.

CLINE, Alvin L.; b: 24Jun1914, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 7Jul1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Genevieve Cox on 8Aug1958 (place not stated); fa: Leslie Cline; mo: Elizabeth Pevey. A resident of Franklin, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; his mother; and several cousins and aunts. Preceded by a sister.

CLINE, B. Ray; b: 25Mar1899, Cass Co., Il.; d: 25May1978, Virginia, Il; bu: (not stated); m: Margaret Thornborrow (date and place not stated); fa: Tilford Cline; mo; Mary Edwards. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: John R. Cline of Virginia and Tilford R. Cline of West Lafayette, Ind.; a grandchild; a sister: Mrs. Atha Fox of Virginia; two brothers: Frank Cline of Petersburg and Adlai Cline of Virginia.

CLINE, Elizabeth (Pevey); b: 9Apr1895, Wayne Co., Ky.; d: 11Jun1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; m: Leslie Cline in 1913 (place not stated); fa: James Pevey; mo: Sarah Burtrum. Husband preceded in death in 1953. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Franklin. Survived by three sisters: Mrs. Nora Cline of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ona Mosley of San Juancita, Calif., and Mrs. Cora Howard of Towanda; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter and one son.

CLINE, Frank; b: 15Apr1890, Cass Co., Il; d: 16Mar1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery; m: Mattie M. Case on 14Jun1911 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Tilford Cline; mo: Mary Edwards. Wife preceded in death 24Sep1956. A resident of Petersburg, Il. Survivors include a daughter: Mrs. Farrell (Marjorie) McGinnis of Jacksonville; three sons: Eugene of Virginia, Kenneth of Petersburg and Carroll of Pleasant Plains; 10 grand, 18 g-grand and seven g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers and two sisters.

CLINE, Fred I.; b: 12Mar1950, Sangamon Co., Il.; d: 30Dec1983, Chandlerville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Eugene Cline; mo: Alberta Pettit. A resident of rural Chandlerville, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Justin, at home; his parents of Virginia; two brothers: Frank of Pleasant Plains and Robert of Decatur; a sister: Mrs. Larry (Marie) Breaker of Pleasant Plains; and nieces and nephews.

CLINE, Homer H.; b: 24May1926, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 24Dec1988, Springfield, Il.; bu: Cline family lot, Beardstown, Il.; m: Dorothy M. Roulan on 22Mar1947 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Homer E. Cline: mo: Olivia (surname not stated). A resident of Beardstown, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Larry D. Cline of Beardstown; a daughter: Kimberly K. Cline of Beardstown; his mother: Olivia Allen of Rushville; a brother: Delmar E. Cline of Shawsville, Va.; two nephews and a niece of Shawsville, Va.; two aunts: Minnie Bryant and Lucille Whited of Rushville; and three uncles: Rich Whited and Harold Peacock of Peoria and Earl Whited of Florida.

CLINE, Ilma B. (Brown); b: 8Jan1891, Manchester, Il.; d: 28Aug1989, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Lewis E. Cline on 15Jun1946 (place not stated); fa: Newton Brown; mo: Lou Ann Neal. Husband preceded in death 27Jan1972. Survived by a brother: Neal Brown of Murrayville; two nephews: Russell Brown of Winchester and Neal R. Brown of Roodhouse; a niece: Jo Ann Fanning of Jacksonville; and several great and g-g-nieces and nephews. Preceded by a sister: Catherine; and a brother: Russell.

CLINE, Lois (Thompson); b: 12Jan1904, Macoupin, Co., Il.; d: 23Sep1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: Frank Cline (date and place not stated); fa: Joseph Thompson; mo: Emma Johnson. A resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Myrtle Barrow Washington; and several nieces and nephews.

CLINE, Margaret T. (Thornborrow); b: 25Feb1903, Virginia, Il.; d: 19Jul1993, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Byron Ray Cline on 25Jun1927 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Dr. John Thornborrow; mo: Margaret Musch. Husband preceded in death 25May1978. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by two sons: John Ray Cline of rural Chandlerville and Tilford "Tip" Cline of West Lafayette, Ind.; two grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; two brothers: Frank and John Thornborrow; and a sister: Elizabeth Thornborrow.

CLINE, Miriam A.; b: 5Dec1922, Cass Co., Il.; d: 21Jan1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Adlai B. Cline; mo: Emma Ethel Lounsberry. A resident of Virginia. Survived by two aunts: Mrs. Margaret Eilks of Petersburg and Mrs. Margaret Cline of Virginia; and several cousins.

CLINE, Neva O. (Patterson); b: 26Nov1897, Lyons, Kansas; d: 30Nov1996, Lyons, Kansas; bu: Lyons, Kansas; m: Ira E. Cline in Whitewater, Kansas (date not stated); fa: Alvia Patterson; mo: Minnie Albaugh. Husband preceded in death 20Dec1970. Survived by one son: Loren (wife, June) of Jacksonville; four grand and 16 g-grand and four g-g-grandchildren.

CLINE, Nora E. (Pevey); b: 30Jul1892, Kentucky; d: 3Jan1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: George Albert Cline on 28Nov1912 (place not stated); fa: James Pevey; mo: Sarah Bertram. Husband preceded in death 6Dec1973. A former resident of Franklin, Il. Survived by two sons: William E. Cline of Hermiston, Ore., and George J. Cline of Alexander; two sisters: Ona Mosley of Riverside, Calif., and Cora Howard of Towanda; 10 grand, 26 g-grand and 13 g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Cecil Cline; one daughter: Lucille E. Kelley; four brothers: Leo Pevey, James Oscar Pevey, Sam Pevey, and Prentice Pevey; and one sister: Elizabeth Cline.

CLINE, William; b: 6Nov1897, Franklin, Il.; d: 17Nov1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; fa: George Cline; mo: Nancy Kane. A resident of the Myers Nursing Home in Beardstown; formerly of Franklin. Survivors include vie great-nieces.

CLINGING, Willy; b: 17Jul1954, Hannibal, Mo.; d: 15Nov1996, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Samuel Taylor Cemetery, near Rockport, Il.; m: Sherald L. Davis on 23Sep1972 in Barry, Il.; fa: Donald D. Clinging; mo: Evelyn Belle Dixon. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: James I. and Jason L., both of Barry; one sister: Mrs. Richard (Lillie Belle) Baker of New Canton; and several cousins. Preceded by his parents.

CLINTON, Emma (Guelker); b: 23Oct1898, Beardstown, Il.; d: 18Mar1979, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Albert B. Clinton on 15Jun1940 (place not stated); fa: Charles W. Guelker; mo: Anna Marie Boester. Husband preceded in death in 1944. Survived by one niece: Mildred Butcher of Fairbury; two nephews: Wilbur Wessel of Fairbury and Carl Wessel of Beardstown; and three great nieces. Preceded by four brothers and one sister.

CLINTON, Hollie T.; b: 25Jan1903, Ina, Il.; d: 17Apr1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: John William Clinton; mo: Ollie Ursery. Wife preceded in death. Survived by two sons: Leo R. of Jacksonville and James K. of Tucson, Ariz.; seven grand and 15 g-grandchildren; one brother: Rozier of Alton; and three sisters: Lucille Laur and Edna Dagg, both of Mt. Vernon, and Pearl Langlois of Havasu, California. Preceded by his wife; one son; one brother; and one sister.

CLINTON, Winifred (Dunbar); b: 23Aug1909, Brown Co., Il.; d: 17Oct1981, Jacksonville Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Hollie T. Clinton on 19Sep1958 (place not stated); fa: George D. Dunbar; mo: Elnora Perry. Survived by her husband; one sister: Mrs. Lucy B. Moody of Mt. Sterling; a number of nieces and nephews; two step-sons: Leo R. of Jacksonville and James K. of Tucson, Ariz.; seven grand and 13 g-grandchildren.

CLONINGER, Carl W.; b: 3Nov1910, Milton, Il.; d: 21Dec1987, rural Bluffs, Il.; bu: Hillcrest Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: Edna Mae Bunch on 22Sep1928 (place not stated); fa: John Cloninger; mo: Rose Bristow. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Betty Ruan of rural Bluffs; a grandson: James Ryan of rural Bluffs; one brother: John of Winchester; three sisters: Celia Renault of East Alton, Mary Quiller of St. Charles, Mo., and Gertie Gurley of Brownsville, Tex.; and three great-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers: Gerald and Lindell; and a sister: Minnie Oldaker.

CLONINGER, Clair; b: 21Feb1904, Pearl, Il.; d: 18Dec1987, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, Pearl, Il.; m: Leta Smart on 25Jun1938 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: William Chester Cloninger; mo: Lydia Mae Willey. A resident of rural Pearl, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Ronald of Canton; three daughters: Colleen Whalen of Peoria, Dorothy Sieber of Joliet and Claire Marie Nogay of Chicago; seven grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Vivian Skaggs of Norfolk, Va. Preceded by two brothers.

CLONINGER, Elma Rae (Neese); b: 22Dec1902, rural Pike Co., Il.; d: 14Mar1987, Barry, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Farris N. Cloninger on 26Mar1926 in Pearl, Il.; fa: Scott Neese; mo: Hattie Kenyon. Husband preceded in death in July, 1930. A resident of Nebo, Il. Survived by a son: Wilbur Cloninger of Springfield; two grand and three g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Imo Battershell of Pleasant Hill.

CLONINGER, John S.; b: 25Mar1908, Milton, Il.; d: 16Feb1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Lula Boes on 27Aug1927 in Wood River, Il.; fa: John S. Cloninger; mo: Rose Bristow. Wife preceded in death 20Oct1990. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by seven daughters: Frances Nichols of East Alton, Charlotte Anders of Winchester, Carolyn Wild of Godfrey, Joyce King of Liberty, Mo., Marilyn Hayes and Marsha Meyer, both of Jacksonville, and Diane Abbott of Laguna Vista, Texas; four son: Robert of San Diego, Calif., Donald of Brighton, James of Bethalto and Edward of East Alton; 32 grand and 42 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; and three sisters: Mary Quiller of St. Charles, Mo., Celia Renault of East Alton and Gurtie Gurley of Brownsville, Texas. Preceded by one daughter: Barbara Ervin; one grandchild; one sister: Minnie Oldaker; and three brothers: Carl, Gerald and Lyndel Cloninger.

CLONINGER, Lula H. (Boes); b: 27Jul1910, Winchester, Il.; d: 20Oct1990, Alton, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: John Cloninger on 27Aug1927 in Wood River, Il.; fa: Rudolf Boes; mo: Bertha Wilson. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by her husband; seven daughters: Frances Nichols of East Alton, Charlotte Anders of Winchester, Joyce King of Liberty, Mo., Carolyn Wild of Godfrey, Marsha Meyer, Marilyn Hayes and Diana Abbott, all of Jacksonville; four sons: Robert of San Diego, Calif., Donald of Brighton, James of Bethalto and Edward of East Alton; 33 grand and 38 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; four brothers: Gerald Boes of Spokane, Wash., Harold Boes of Frankfort, Mo., John Boes of Winchester and Gene Boes of Paris, Mo.; three sisters: Minnie Anders of Jacksonville, Norma Stice of Alton, and Doris Lashmet of Beardstown. Preceded by one daughter: Barbara Ervin; two brothers; one sister; and one g-g-grandchild.

CLONINGER, Norman; b: 13May1930, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 1Jun1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Louise Ruble on 21Dec1962 in Detroit, Il.; fa: Farris Cloninger; mo: Elma Neese. A resident of Nebo, Il. Survived by his wife; his mother of Nebo; a daughter: Theresa, at home; a brother: Wilbur of Pittsfield; and several nieces and nephews.

CLORE, Joyce L.; b: 8Jul1929, Marion, Il.; d: 28Oct1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Bunker Hill, Il.; fa: Roscoe Clore; mo: Nelle Baker. Survived by two brothers: Arthur Clore of Jacksonville and Bill Clore of Hamburg; and a sister: Mary Wanick of Jacksonville.

CLOSE, Charlotte G. (Goff); b: 11Nov1899, Winslow, Ind.; d: 27Dec1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Panther Creek Cemetery; m: Larry Close (date and place not stated); fa: William Lee Goff; mo: Carry Dye. A resident of Scottville, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Dale and Roy Dean Close, both of Scottville; a sister: Mrs. Bruno Tworfey of Elmhurst; four brothers: Francis Goff of Mission Viejo, Calif., Walter Goff of Merced, Calif., Theodore Goff of Arlington, Va., and Dale Goff of Dallas, Tex.; four grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Preceded by two brothers and a siter.

CLOSE, David Emery, Sr.; b: 6Sep1904, Greenview, Il.; d: 21Nov1991, Versailles, Il.; bu: West Side Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: Nora Marie Carrington on 5Sep1925 in Peoria, Il.; fa: Lewis Adolph Close; mo: Ruth Elizabeth McKee. Survived by his wife of the Myers Nursing Home in Beardstown; two sons: David E. Close, Jr. of Phoenix, Ariz., and Richard Close of Peoria Hts.; three daughters: Vivian McGillen of Sarasota, Fla., Eleanor Koorney of Anchorage, Alaska and Ruth Kniffin of Sanford, Fla.; one brother: Rainhold Close of Commerce, Tex.; two sisters: Ida Ogle of Peoria and Anna Belle Close of Washington, Il.; 15 grand and several g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers: Earl and Lewis Close; and four sisters: Louise, Pearl, Ruby and Velma.

CLOSE, Nora Marie (Carrington); b: 19Sep1909, near Manito, Il.; d: 2May1992, Beardstown, Il.; bu: West Side Cemetery, Versailles, Il.; m: David Emery Close, Sr. on 5Sep1925 in Peoria, Il.; fa: Benjamin Carrington; ;mo: Rose Scrivens. Husband preceded in death 21Nov1991. Survived by two sons: David E., Jr. of Phoenix, Ariz.., and Richard Close of Peoria Hts.; three daughters: Vivian McGillen of Sarasota, Fla., Eleanor Koorney of Anchorage, Alaska and Ruth Kniffin of Sanford, Fla.; two brothers: Everett Carrington of Arkansas and Walter Carrington, Sr. of East Peoria; one sister: Delila Sill of Peoria; 15 grand and several great-grandchildren. Preceded by two bothers: Theorore and Clyde Carrington; and two sisters: Marjorie Dwyer and Ellen Duley

CLOSE, Roy R.; b: 9Dec1897, Scottville, Il.; d: 19Mar1991, Scottville, Il.; bu: Panther Creek Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; d: Charlotte Goff in 1922 at Taylorville, Il.; fa: William G. Close; mo: Julia Roher. Wife preceded in death 27Dec1979. Survived by two sons: Dean Close of Scottville and Dale Close of Hickory Hills; four grand and six great-grandchildren.

CLOSTERMERY, Charles; b: 20May1891, Pike Co., Il.; d: 7Jul1987, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Pearl Gray (date and place not stated); fa: Joseph Clostermery; mo: Anna (surname not stated). Wife preceded in death in April, 1979. Survived by a son: Joseph Clostermery of Wichita, Kans.; three daughters: Gertrude Coffey of Pittsfield, Dorothy Knox of Springfield and Lucille McLaughlin of Clinton, Okla.; eight grand and 14 g-grandchildren.

CLOSTERMERY, Frances M. Robison (Comstock); b: 4Aug1903, Valley City, Il.; d: 10Aug1978, Frederick, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) Lee S. Robison (date and place not stated); and 2) George Clostermery on 28Dec1944 in Rock Island, Il.; fa: Samuel Comstock; mo: Jenny Cartwright. Survived by her husband; three daughters: Mrs. William (Rosalee) Armel of Quincy, Mrs. Ed (Francis) Bradley of Liberty and Mrs. G. F. (Wanda) Clostermery of Carthage; and three sons: Samuel Robison of Marseilles, Frank Robison of Bend, Ore., and Wilbur Robison of Warsaw; 21 grand and 10 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters.

CLOSTERMERY, George V.; b: 27Feb1900, Pike Co., Il.; d: 13Jan1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Frances M. Comstock on 25Dec1944 in Rock Island, Il.; fa: William H. Clostermery; mo: Anna Stubenger. Wife preceded in death 10Aug1978. A resident of Frederick, Il. Survived by a son: G. F. Clostermery of Carthage; three step-sons: Samuel Robison of Marseilles, Frank Robison of Metobeis, Ore., and Wilbur Robison of Warsaw; two step-daughters: Mrs. William (Rosalea) Armel of Quincy and Mrs. Ed (Frances) Bradley of Frederick, Il.; 11 grand, 17 step-grand, 23 g-grand, 20 step-g-grand and five step-g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Robert Lee; two brothers; and three sisters.

CLOSTERMERY, Melissa Ann; b: 4Aug1992, Springfield, Il.; d: 4Aug1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: Robert Clostermery; mo: Teresa (surname not stated). Survived by her parents of Griggsville; paternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Alphie Clostermery of Griggsville; paternal great-grandmother: Elsie Clostermery of Griggsville; paternal great-grandparents: Leroy Graton of Pittsfield and Helen McDonald Johnson of Pittsfield; and paternal great-great-grandmother: Gladys Bradshaw of Griggsville; maternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Herschel Williams of Rockport; and maternal great-grandparents: Lula Williams Robinson of Pittsfield and Jenny Miller of Quincy.

CLOSTERMERY, Sarah Maggie (Parker); b: 7Mar1902, Brown Co., Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Alpha C. Parker; mo: Floah Wells. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a son: George S. of Carthage; a daughter: Mrs. Don (Mary) Galloway of Mt. Sterling; three brothers: Robert "Pete" Parker of Versailles, and Francis "Buck" and Arthur "Dick" Parker, both of Mt. Sterling; 12 grand, 13 g-grandchildren, and seven step-grandchildren. Preceded by a son and a brother.

CLOSTERMERY, William H.; b: 26Feb1895, New Salem, Il.; b: 25Nov1976, Barry, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: 1) Cora Hanlin; and 2) Myrtle Scott (dates and place not stated); fa: Henry Clostermery; mo: Anna Strubinger. 1st wife preceded in death in 1931; 2nd in 1970. A resident of New Salem, Pike Co., Il. Survived by a son: Billy Clostermery of Griggsville; these step-children: Geneva Melton of New Salem, Virginia Sanborn and Edward Scott, both of Decatur, and Marian Scott of Winchester; five grand and four step-grandchildren; brothers and sisters: Mary Bodine of Winchester, Cora DeJaynes of Elgin, Charles Clostermery of Pittsfield, and George Clostermery of Frederick.

CLOTHEIR, Dora W. (Peters); b: 17Jan1886 (place not stated); b: 4Dec1987, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Thomas Clothier on 25Dec1906 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Charles Peters; mo: Jettie Garrelts. Husband preceded in death 21Apr1964. A resident of Greenfield, Il. Survived by four daughters: Agnes Bazillion of Greenfield, Nellie Bramley of Chesterfield, Wreatha Field of Alton and Lena Story of Jerseyville; three sons: James Clothier of White Hall, Carl Clothier of Grafton and Andy Clothier of Jerseyville; 23 grand, 50 g-grand, 2 great-step-grand, 22 g-g-grand and four g-g-step-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Rosella; a grandchild; a great-grandchild; four sisters; and three brothers.

CLOTHIER, James W.; b: 31Jan1912, Carrollton, Il.; d: 27Dec1994, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: 1) Wilma Pembrook in August, 1940 (place not stated); and 2) Nellie Eby Schofield on 14Nov1965 I Carrollton, Il.; fa: Tom Clothier; mo: Dora Peters. 1st wife preceded in death in March, 1955. A resident of rural White Hall, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: James A. Clothier of Carrollton; a daughter: Wilma Joann Rich of Hettick; two stepsons: Donald and Darrell Schofield, both of Carrollton; two step-daughters: Doris Cumby of Berdan and Delta Phillips of Bethalto; four grand and several step-grand and step-g-grandchildren; four sisters: Agnes Bazillion of Greenfield, Nellie Bramley of Chesterfield, Retha Fields and Lena Story, both of Jerseyville; and one brother: Carl Clothier of Grafton. Preceded by a step-son: Delmer Scholfield; a brother; and a sister.

CLOUD, Bessie V.; b: 22Jun1888, Sangamon Co., Il.; d: 28Apr1976, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; fa: Newton Cloud; mo: Adeline Weller. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by a sister: Mrs. W. L. (Geraldine) Edwards of Auburn; a niece: Helen Challans of Auburn; two nephews: Harold Sample of St. Louis and Ronald Edwards of Champaign.

CLOUD, Teresa A. "Trissie"; b: (date not stated), Mississippi; d: 31Jul1983, Phoenix, Arizona; bu: Phoenix, Arizona; m: Dr. Daniel T. Cloud (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. (26 years) when husband was Superintendent of the Illinois School for the Deaf. Survived by one son: Dr. Daniel T. Cloud, Jr.; and three grandchildren, all of Phoenix.

CLOUGH, Alfred W.; b: 25Mar1918 Maysville, Il.; d: 17Sep1981, Springfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Bertha Evelyn Martin on 7Jul1950 in Griggsville, Il.; fa: Roy Owen Clough; mo: Grace Pearl Dodds. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: John Clough of Griggsville; two daughters: Mrs. Roger (Linda) Webel of Hayworth and Mrs. Harvey (Judy) Bradshaw of Griggsville; a sister: Mrs. Clay (Mae) Lightle of Griggsville; a brother: Harry Clough of Griggsville; and six grandchildren. Preceded by an infant sister, a grandson, and infant twin grandchildren.

CLOUGH, Emma (Robinson); b: 27May1894, Crab Orchard, Ky.; d: 2Feb1977, Carrollton Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il. m: Deane Clough (date and place not stated); fa: Richard Robinson; mo: Elizabeth Lewis. Husband preceded in death in 1966. Survived by two sons: Dr. Richard D. Clough and John H. Clough, both of Carrollton; three grandson; two great-grandchildren; two brothers: William and Jesse Robinson, both of Carrollton. Preceded by three sisters and two brothers.

CLOUGH, James Edward; b: 9Jun1925, Decatur, Il.; d: 19Nov1995, Winchester, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: 1) Barbara Caudry in 1950; and 2) Joanne Ruppel on 4Oct1980 (places not stated); fa: Homer Clough; mo: Vera Creekmur. 1st wife preceded in death. A resident of Winchester; formerly of Decatur. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife of Winchester; four sons: Michael (wife, Martha) Clough of Madison, Wisc., John (wife, Julia) Clough of Holland, Mich., Jim, Jr. (wife, Susan) Clough and Stephen Clough, both of St. Louis, Mo.; one grandson; and one granddaughter.

CLOUGH, Dr. R. D.; b: 28Apr1918, Greene Co., Il.; d: 7Aug1984, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Naomi Fink on 16Jun1944 in El Paso, Texas; fa: Robert D. Clough; mo: Emma Robinson. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Richard F. Clough and John D. Clough, both of Carrollton; three grandchildren; and a brother: John H. Clough of Carrollton.

CLOUSE, Herman S.; b: 11Jan1914, Monticello, Ky.; d: 23Feb1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Chatham, Il.; m: Helen Cherry on 6Oct1934 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: James Clouse; mo: Edna Hopkins. A resident of Chatham. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Shirley Brake of Tallula; a son: Eldon of Laomi; eight grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters.

CLOWERS, Milo E.; b: 8May1915, Mozier, Il.; d: 12Apr1982, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Summit Grove Cemetery, near Kampsville, Il.; m: Louise Jones on 2Nov1935 in Hardin, Il.; fa: Clifford Clowers; mo: Nellie Clendenny. A resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by his wife; five sons: Larry of Nebo, Dennis of Alton, Jack of Pleasant Hill, Gene of Chicago and Bill of Hamburg; two daughters: Mrs. Connie Cress of Godfrey and Mrs. Diane Roodhouse of Pleasant Hill; two brothers: Clifford of Alton and Jesse of Godfrey; 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceded by a brother.

CLOYD, Colleen (McCray); b: 28Nov1930, Loami, Il.; d: 29Jan1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery; m: Kenneth Cloyd on 26Aug1949 in Hot Springs, Ark.; fa: Fred McCray; mo: Lerna Rowden. A resident of rural Loami, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. William (Kathy) Cummings of Loami; two sons: Dennis F. and Tim W., both of Loami; four grandsons and one granddaughter; four brothers: James and George, both of Loami, Ed of New Berlin and Paul "Pete" of Loveland, Colo.; five sisters: Doris Sporr of Stockton, Iowa, Dolly Mudd of Springfield, Wilma Stevens of Springfield and Rosemary Locker and Carmen "Kay" McCray, both of Parachute, Colo.; and many aunts, uncles, nephews and cousins. Preceded by one daughter: Lucinda Lee Cloyd in 1959.

CLOYD, Hope M. (Montgomery); b: 14Mar1906, Milan, Mo.; d: 20Aug1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Chatham, Il.; m: Lee O. Cloyd on 22Feb1941 (place not stated); fa: Leander Montgomery; mo: Elizabeth Strode. Husband preceded in death in 1981. A resident of rural New Berlin, Il. Survived by one son: Monty of New Berlin; two granddaughters; one brother: Russell of Milan, Mo; and two nephews and one niece.

CLOYD, Janet E. (Wheeler); b: 11Aug1938, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 8Jun1987, Baton Rouge, La.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Cecil Wheeler; mo: Catherine Graham. A former resident of Milton, Il. Survived by her mother of Peoria; one son: Charles Cloyd of Baton Rouge; one daughter: Cathy Ann Cloyd of Baton Rouge; one granddaughter: Amber Cloyd; and one sister: Wanda Oedewaldt of Peoria.

CLOYD, Kanaan Christopher; b: 21Jul1994, Springfield, Il.; d: 6Oct1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Loami, Il.; fa: Chris Cloyd; mo: Tami Sweat. A resident of Loami, Il. Survived by his parents; grandparents: Mrs. Butch (Carol) Shugar of Waycross, Ga., Jim Sweat of Waycross, Ga., and Goldie Cloyd of Loami; great-grandchildren: Ethel Joiner of St. Augustine, Fla., Helen Sweat of Waycross, Ga., and Marjorie Cloyd of Loami; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by grandfather: Millard Cloyd, Jr.; and great-grandfathers: Elmore Joiner, Earl Sweat and Millard Cloyd, Sr.

CLOYD, Lochie B. (Bedford); b: 6Dec1912, Coe, Ky.; d: 1Apr1990, Macomb, Il.; bu: Bloomfield Cemetery; m: Arthur F. Cloyd on 14Mar1935 in Auburn, Il.; fa: George Bedford; mo: Effie Finely. Husband preceded in death in 1973. A resident of rural Winchester, Il. Survived by two daughters and a son: Mrs. Clarence (Norma) Kikolai of Palatine, Arlene Carlson of St. Louis, Mo., and Neale of Colchester; 10 grand and six g-grandchildren; two brother: Glenn of Pleasant Plains and Robert of Waverly; and two sisters: Mona B. Gregory of Phoenix, Ariz., and Lois Osborn of Baltimore, Md. Preceded by one brother: Rhea.

CLOYD, Millard D. "Lefty"; b: 23Jun1905, Loami, Il.; d: 8Nov1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Laomi, Il.; m: Marjorie Sims on 25Feb1925 in Carlinville, Il.; fa: Matthew Cloyd; mo: Mae Williams. A resident of rural Loami, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Millard, Jr. of Laomi and Kenneth L. of Loami; nine grand and six g-grandchildren; one brother: Russell of Raymond; one sister: Eleanor Padgett of Missouri; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by one granddaughter: Lucinda Cloyd; three brothers: Lee, Arthur "Buck", and Wayne; and one sister: Grace Foster.

CLOYD, Millard D., Jr.; b: 30Jul1925, Loami, Il.; d: 24Sep1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Loami, Il.; m: Goldie Hartman on 11Oct1952, Springfield, Il.; fa: Millard Cloyd, Sr.; mo: Marjorie Sims. A resident of rural Loami, Il. WWII Army Air Corps vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Loami; four sons: Steve, Terry and Brian of Loami and Chris of Springfield; two daughters: Brenda and Margie Cloyd, both of Springfield; one granddaughter; one brother: Kenneth Cloyd of Loami; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by his father.

CLOYD, Steve; b: 14May1953, Springfield, Il.; d: 7Jan1994, rural Laomi, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Loami, Il.; fa: Millard D. Cloyd, Jr.; m: Goldie Hartman. Survived by his mother of Loami; his grandmother: Marjorie I. Cloyd of Loami; three brothers: Terry, Brain and Chris, all of Loami; two sisters: Brenda Cloyd and Margie Cloyd, both of Springfield; a niece; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded by his father in 1992.

CLOYES, Alan "Ally"; b: 25May1931, Beardstown, Il.; d: 2Nov1992, near Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; fa: Fred Cloyes; mo: Amanda Sarff. A resident of Beardstown. Army vet. Survived by one brother: Norman Cloyes of Morton; one sister: Mrs. Dale (Rose) Perry of Beardstown; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his parents and one nephew.

CLOYES, Fred; b: 30Jan1894, Snicarte, Il.; d: 5Mar1981, Beardstown, Il.; m: Amanda Sarff on 19Mar1919 in Havana, Il.; fa: John Cloyes; mo: Georgena Vaughn. Wife preceded in death. A resident of rural Beardstown, Il. WWI Army vet. Survived by two sons: Norman Cloyes of Morton and Alan Cloyes of Beardstown; and a daughter: Mrs. Dale (Rosalie) Perry of Beardstown; seven grand and two g-grandchildren; brother and sisters: Zelmer Rohlfing of Beardstown, Ernie Rohlfing of Meredosia, Rosie McCoy of Beardstown and Nettie Steel of Michigan City, Indiana. Preceded by one grandson and two brothers.

CLOYES, Lucretia J. (Mason); b: 23Dec1930, Arenzville, Il.; d; 3Nov1979, Morton, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Norman Cloyes on 16Mar1952 in Mazon, Il.; fa: Floyd Mason; mo: Louise Rentschler. Survived by her husband; her father of Arenzville; a son: Michael, at home; two daughters: Mrs. Danny (Susan) Tharp of Paducah, Ky., and Sandra K. Cloyes of Schaumburg; three brothers: Howard Mason of Hampton, Walter Mason of Jacksonville and Donald Mason of Coal Valley; and a sister: Mrs. Melba Fricke of Ottawa.

CLUPPER, Rev. Darwin D.; b: (not stated); d: 15May1981, Waverly, Ohio; bu: (body donated to medical research); m: Alice Ritchie (date and place not stated); fa: Ben Clupper; mo: Nellie (surname not stated). A resident of Waverly, Ohio; formerly of Jacksonville. Was 68years of age at time of death. Survived by his wife; his parents; several brothers and sisters, all in or near Dowagiac, Mich.; four children: Mrs. Joe (Bonnie) Reina of Glendale, Ariz., Darwin D. Clupper, Jr. of Des Moines, Iowa, Nancy Clupper of Lancaster, Penn., and David Clupper of Norman, Okla.; and three grandchildren.

CLUTTS, Robert D.; b: 2Jul1919, Makanda, Il.; d: 13Nov1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Carbondale, Il.; m: Flora E. Sisco Blair in January, 1953 (place not stated); fa: Dennis Clutts; mo: Elizabeth Starling. Wife preceded in death in 1984. A resident of Murphysboro, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by two step-sons: Arthur Blair of Jacksonville and Garry Blair of Murphysboro; three grandchildren: Robert Blair of Murphysboro, Julie Blair of Jacksonville and Daniel Blair of Wapella; two sisters: Blanche Clutts and Betty Lee, both of Murphysboro; one niece; and one nephew.


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