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.


CRABTREE, Bessie (Hopping); b: 17Sep1920, Havana, Il.; d: 22Oct1984, Cape Coral, Fla.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Roy Crabtree on 28May1982 (place not stated); fa: Leo Hopping; mo: Gertrude Parkhurst. A resident of North Fort Myers, Fla.; formerly of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her husband; three sisters: Harriett Luzader of Washington, Il., Lucy Halterman of Cottage Grove, Wisc., and Mildred Cooper of Havana. Preceded by one sister, two brothers and her first husband.

CRABTREE, Clarence Edward; b: 5Oct1921, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 8Jun1986, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Doris Angelo on 26Aug1945 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Wesley Byron Crabtree; mo: Ada Shewmaker. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Jim, Ronnie and Larry Crabtree, all of Roodhouse; nine grandchildren; two sisters: Ina Shull of Pleasant Plains and Lavern Randall of Covina, Calif.; and a brother Wesley Crabtree of Roodhouse. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CRABTREE, Elsie Marie (Schutz); b: 13Aug1901, Schutz Mill, Il.; d: 30May1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Samuel P. Crabtree on 4Oct1924 in Schutz Mill, Il.; fa: :Joseph Schutz; mo: Ellen McLain. Husband preceded in death 22May1989. A resident of Hillview, Il. Survived by one son: Ned (wife, Peggy) Crabtree of Patterson; two daughters: Mrs. Milton (Elinor) Buzan of St. Charles, Mo., and Bernita Crabtree of Patterson; five grand and six g-grandchildren; and one sister: Edna Bushnell of Pittsfield. Preceded by six sisters: Mabel Cade, Clara Wilkerson, Minnie Cade, Leona Dawdy and Laura Schutz; and three brothers: Marvin, John Henry and Ernest Schutz.

CRABTREE, Faye (Logan); b: 8Dec1902, near Carrollton, Il.; d: 6Oct1996, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Harley Crabtree in March, 1923 (place not stated); fa: Marshall Voiles Logan; mo: Cora Darr. Husband preceded in death 4May1943. A resident of Carrollton; formerly of Eldred. Survived by one son: George of Springfield, Mo.; one granddaughter; two g-grandchildren; one half-brother: Manfred Logan of Mt. Vernon; and three half-sisters: Mary Koster and Irene Shannon, both of Carrollton, and Imogene Chevaly of Alton.

CRABTREE, Florence M. (Hicks); b: 4Mar1887, Nevada, Mo.; d: 8Jul1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Charles Crabtree (date and place not stated); fa: Isham Hicks; mo: Josie Selsor. Husband preceded in death. Survived by four daughters: Mrs. Nava Downs and Mrs. Donald (Wanda) Gibbins of Springfield, Mrs. Bea Boone of Athens and Mrs. Wilbur (Bernice) Jackson of Roodhouse; seven grand, 21 g-grand and 11 g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two daughters and a brother.

CRABTREE, Francis M.; b: 3Apr1916, White Hall, Il.; d: 28Mar1987, Havana, Il.; bu: Laurel Hill Cemetery, Havana, Il.; m: Louise Clarkson on 12Jan1937 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Francis M. Crabtree; mo: Pink Estelle Manker. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Joe (Vicky) Harbison of Leroy; three grandchildren; two brothers: William of Fountain Valley, Calif., and Harry of Jacksonville; one sister: Mrs. Pauline Lair of Jacksonville. Preceded by three sisters and one brother.

CRABTREE, Frank O.; b: 8Apr1916, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 6May1984, Springfield, I.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Oscar C. Crabtree; mo: May Dyer. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by two sisters: Dorothy Crabtree and Mrs. George (Therese) Bamman, both of Jacksonville; and two brothers: Tom Crabtree of Jacksonville and Ray Crabtree of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

CRABTREE, Harry M.; b: 3Feb1906, White Hall, Il.; d: 24Jun1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Elizabeth Wainwright on 16Sep1933 in Streator, Il.; fa: Francis M. Crabtree; mo: Pink E. Manker. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Bronna L. Yates of St. Louis; two grand and two g-grandchildren; one sister: Pauline Lair of Jacksonville; and one brother: William of Fountain Valley, Calif. Preceded by several brothers and sisters.

CRABTREE, Lucy Frances; b: 26Oct1915, Scott Co., Il.; d: 1Dec1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: James Willard Crabtree; mo: Nettie Sweet. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by one sister: Mrs. H. L. (Iola) Allison of Springfield. Preceded by one brother: Glenn.

CRABTREE, Margaret M.; b: 22Dec1895, Scott Co., Il.; d: 8Mar1977, Barry, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: James Crabtree; mo: Laura McCann. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by a brother: Ray Crabtree of Pittsfield; a sister: Mrs. Claude (Alice) Wisdom of Winchester; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sisters.

CRABTREE, Norma L.; b: 17May1911, Patterson, Il.; d: 3Oct1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, near Patterson, Il.; fa: Buel W. Crabtree; mo: Jessie Ann Dawdy. Survived by two daughters: Joyce Mallicoat and Patsy Crabtree, both of Jacksonville; two grandchildren; two g-grandsons; one g-g-grandson; one brother: Forrest Crabtree of Litchfield; and three sisters: Eileen Howard of Jacksonville, Maxine Lewis of Tovey and Frances Freeland of Wealder, Tex. Preceded by one grandson; and one sister: Lilly McGee.

CRABTREE, Paul J.; b: 14Jul1910, Patterson, Il.; d: 22Sep1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Freda A. Crabtree on 22Sep1939 in Patterson, Il.; fa: Ira Jackson Crabtree; mo: Elsie Wooldridge. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Terry (Alice) Steelman of Toulon; two sons: Ed of rural Winchester and Lyndell of Independence, Mo.; six grand and eight g-grandchildren; one sister: Martha Violett of Tremont. Preceded by two sisters: Mabel Crabtree and Margaret Hornbeck; and four brothers: Harley, C. P. "Cam", Rainey and Ira Crabtree.

CRABTREE, Rainey; b: 4Mar1904, Patterson, Il.; d: 5Jan1976, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, near Patterson, Il.; m: Opal Mae Dawdy on 27Jul1929 (place not stated); fa: Ira Crabtree; mo: Elsie Wooldridge. A resident of Belltown, Il. Survived by his wife; a sister: Mrs. Martha Lu Violett of Tremont; two brothers: C. P. "Cam" of Patterson and Paul of Winchester. Preceded by two sisters and two brothers.

CRABTREE, Ray F.; b: 4Oct1926, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 18Mar1995, Broken Arrow, Okla.; bu: (body donated to science); m: Cornelia Rindlaub on 12Apr1958 in Tulsa, Okla.; fa: Oscar C. Crabtree; Mo: May W. Dyer. A resident of Broken Arrow; formerly of Jacksonville. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Peter of Broken Arrow, Okla.; two sisters: Dorothy Crabtree and Theresa Bamman, both of Jacksonville; one brother: Tom Crabtree of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Frank and Paul Crabtree.

CRABTREE, Roy; b: 15Jan1906, Scott Co., Il.; d: 2Nov1985, Quincy, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: 1) Una Doyle; and 2) Bessie Smith (date and places not stated); fa: James Crabtree; mo: Laura McCann. 1st wife preceded in death in 1981; 2nd in 1984. A resident of Pittsfield. Survived by several nieces and nephews.

CRABTREE, Roy R.; b: 4Feb1911, Scott Co., Il.; d: 4Mar1978, Winchester, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Virginia Pile (date and place not stated); fa: Oscar Crabtree; mo: Mabel Parker. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Gerald (Joyce) Moore of Winchester; three grandsons: Dennis, Danny and Darrell, all of Winchester; a great-grandson; and a sister: Mrs. Thelma Heirman of Sulligant, Alabama. Preceded by a sister.

CRABTREE, Ruby E. (Turner); b: 1Jun1915, Eadsville, Ky.; d: 28Sep1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: South Mound Cemetery, New Castle, Ind.; m: Everett Crabtree on 8Jan1944 in New Castle, Ind.; fa: Wiley Turner; mo: Maggie Daffron. Husband preceded in death 18Jan1972. A resident of Murrayville, IL.; formerly of New Castle, Ind. Survived by a daughter: Paula Huddleston of Arvada, Colo.; two sisters: Alice Thompson and Eve Mae Preston, both of Murrayville; two granddaughters; and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by her parents; two brothers: George and Cooper Turner; and two sisters: Jane Sperry and Pearl Parmley.

CRABTREE, Ruth Eledith (Deweese); b: 18Jun1901, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 10Nov1981, Jacksonville, IL.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Elmer Crabtree on 11Aug1923 (place not stated); fa: Ernest Deweese; mo: Henrietta Patterson. Husband preceded in death 14Apr1970. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Lawrence (Dorothy) Rueff of Decatur; and five grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Donald; a sister: Ruby Deweese; and a grandchild.

CRABTREE, Samuel Perry; b: 10Mar1902, Hillview, Il.; d: 22May1989, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Elsie S. Schutz on 4Oct1924 (place not stated); fa: Ira Jackson Crabtree; mo: Elsie Wooldridge. A resident of Hillview, Il. Survived by his wife; three children: Mrs. Milton (Elinor) Buzan of St. Charles, Mo., and Bernia Crabtree and Ned Crabtree, both of Hillview; one brother: Paul Crabtree of Winchester; one sister: Martha Violet of Tremont; five grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by three brothers: Ira, Harley and Rainey; and two sisters: Mabel and Margaret.

CRABTREE, Una E. (Doyle); b: 16Feb1904, Pike Co., Il.; d: 8Nov1981, Barry, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Roy Crabtree on 8May1925 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Warren Doyle; mo: Elise Smith. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her husband; three sisters: Mrs. Mabel Graham and Mrs. Eula Swartz, both of Pittsfield, and Mrs. Ethel Hoover of Chapin. Preceded by a brother.

CRABTREE, Virginia (Pile); b: 29Jan1912, Winchester, Il.; d: 14Mar1991, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Roy Robert Crabtree on 13Feb1931 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Monroe Pile; mo: Myrtle Blackburn. Husband preceded in death 4Mar1978. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Gerald (Joyce) Moore of Winchester; three grandchildren: Dennis, Danny and Darrell Moore, all of Winchester; four g-grandchildren: Chad, Megan, Jessica and Gerald Moore, all of Winchester; four sisters: Mrs. John (Crystal) Brockhouse, Mrs. Harry (Jewell) Taylor and Mrs. Sidrick (Kathleen) Elliott, all of Winchester, and Bernice Foster of Tucson, Ariz. Preceded by one brother: James Robert Pile; and two sisters: Madaline Brockhouse and Dorothy Lee Pile.

CRABTREE, Wesley B.; b: 10May1926, Greene Co., Il.; d: 17Aug1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Ina Spencer on 28Aug1948 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Wesley B. Crabtree; mo: Ada Shoemaker. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. WWII Vet. Survived by his wife; two children: Mrs. Bob (Pat) Kerr of Jacksonville and Mrs. Ron (Janet) Cunningham of Bloomington; two sisters: Laverne Randall of West Covina, Calif., and Ina Shull of Pleasant Plains; and five grandchildren. Preceded by one grandchild; two brothers: Clarence and Eugene; and two sisters: Mildred Vinyard and Lucille Clark.

CRADDOCK, Charles A.; b: 1Nov1900, Scott Co., Il.; d: 1Oct1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Mildred Coughlin on 15Apr1936 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Martin Craddock; mo: Saluda Patterson. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by his wife; four sisters: Mrs. Jack (Freda) Pennell, Mrs. Henry (Faye) Seymour and Mrs. James (Vivian) Burke, all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Rod (Catherine) Crum of East Peoria, Il. Preceded by three brothers and three sisters.

CRADDOCK, Dorothy Mae (Bell); b: 29Apr1903, Branner, Nebraska; d: 29Mar1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; m: Thomas J. Craddock on 21Apr1920 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Thomas Bell; mo: Gertrude Lovell. Husband preceded in death 26Feb1978. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Murrayville. Survived by the following children: Mrs. Robert (Florenca) Stewart of White Hall, Mrs. Roy (Martha) McMillan of Buckeye, Ariz., Mrs. Jack (Betty) Conner of Ashland, Mrs. Jack (Dorothy) Osborne of El Paso, Robert Craddock of Pontiac, Mrs. Howard (Catherine) Gotschall of Franklin, Mrs. Burton (Mary) Haggermenn of Flat River, Mo., Mrs. Harold (Jean) Johnson of Franklin, Mrs. James (Linda) Hayes and Mrs. Charles (June) Gowin, both of Jacksonville, and James Craddock of St. Louis; 29 grand, 27 g-grand and three g-g-grandchildren; two brothers: Dale Bell of California and Lyle Bell of Oregon; and four sisters: Myrtle Smith and Lela David, both of Colby, Kansas, Fay Currie of Winston, Calif., and Gertrude Stalwart of Oregon. Preceded by two brothers; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

CRADDOCK, Edward Eugene; b: 16Nov1941, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 17Sep1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Asbury Cemetery; m: Alice Mae Fairfield on 11Dec1965 in Jacksonville, IL.; fa: Paul E. Craddock; mo: Mabel Sluder. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his father of Jacksonville; his wife; one son: Edward Eugene Craddock, Jr. of Jacksonville; three step-daughters: Barbara Sculley and Judy Trent, both of Jacksonville, and Kathy Lohr, stationed with the U.S. Army in Germany; three step-grandchildren; one brother: Larry Craddock of Brandenton, Fla.; and one sister: Mrs. Earl (Bertha Louise) Bettis of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CRADDOCK, Harvey D.; b: 16Apr1915, Scott Co., Il.; d: 3Apr1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; m: Evelyn Smith on 22Aug1942 (place not stated); fa: Martin T. Craddock; mo: Saluda Patterson. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Paul (Cathy) Mason of Murrayville and Mrs. Burton (Patricia) Ater of Arenzville; three grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: Tom and Mrs. Frieda Pennell, both of Jacksonville, Charles of Winchester, Faye Seymour and Marie Christison, addresses uncertain, Vivian Burke of Murrayville and Catherine Crum of Peoria. Preceded by three sisters and two brothers.

CRADDOCK, Hugh P., Jr.; b: 5May1909, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 24Oct1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Lela R. Guthrie on 3May1932 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Hugh Patrick Craddock, Sr.; d: Bertha Mary McHenry. Survived by his wife; three sons: Mike Craddock of Jacksonville, Daniel J. Craddock of Girard and James Craddock of Carbondale; and one daughter: Mrs. John (Patricia) Roth of Jacksonville; 12 grand and six g-grandchildren; one brother: Paul E. Craddock of Jacksonville; and one sister: Mrs. Glen (Mabel) McCarthy of Jeffersonville, Ind. Preceded by one brother and one daughter.

CRADDOCK, Lela R. (Guthrie); b: 17Mar1911, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 17Sep1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Hugh Patrick Craddock, Jr. on 3May1932 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Oscar Guthrie; mo: Emma Sidwell. Husband preceded in death 24Octr1982. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. John (Patricia) Roth of Jacksonville; three sons: Hugh "Mike" of Jacksonville, Daniel of Girard and James Neil of Carbondale; 13 grand and nine g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother; four sisters; and one step-daughter.

CRADDOCK, Mabel L. (Sluder); b: 27Dec1909, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 25Oct1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Paul E. Craddock on 7Dec1941 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Charles Sluder; mo: Bertha Spreen. Survived by her husband; two sons: Edward E. Craddock of Jacksonville and Larry L. Craddock of Brandenton, Fla.; and one daughter: Mrs. Earl (Bertha) Bettis of Jacksonville; five grand, three step-grand and three step-g-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Helen Crow of Jacksonville. Preceded by one sister and one infant son.

CRADDOCK, Paul E.; b: 29Jul1911, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 14Mar1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mabel L. Sluder on 7Dec1941 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Hugh Craddock; mo: Bertha McHenry. Wife preceded in death 25Oct1982. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Earl (Bertha Louise) Bettis of Jacksonville; one son: Larry L. of Brandenton, Fla.; six grandchildren; one sister: Mabel McCarthy of Indiana. Preceded by one son: Edward; one infant son; two brothers: Hugh and Walter.

CRADDOCK, Thomas J.; b: 3Nov1892, Scott Co., Il.; d: 26Feb1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Murrayville, Il.; m: Dorothy Mae Bell on 21Apr1920 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Martin Craddok; mo: Saluda Patterson. A resident of Murrayville, Il. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; these children: Mrs. Robert (Floreca) Stewart of White Hall, Mrs. Roy (Martha) McMillan of Sycamore, Mrs. Jack (Betty) Conner of Ashland, Mrs. Jack (Dorothy) Osborne and Robert Craddock, both of El Paso, Il., Mrs. Howard (Catherine) Gotschall of Franklin, Mrs. Burton (Mary) Hagermann of Flat River, Mo., Mrs. Harold (Jean) Johnson, Mrs. James (Linda) Hayes and Mrs. Charles (June) Gowin, all of Jacksonville, and James Craddock of St. Louis, Mo.; 29 grand and 23 g-grandchildren; one g-g-grandchild; these sisters and brothers: Charles of Winchester, Frieda Pennel, Fay Seymour and Marie Christenson, all of Jacksonville, Vivian Burke of Murrayville and Catherine Crum of East Peoria. Preceded by three brothers; two grandchildren; and one g-g-grandchild.

CRADER, Eulavon L. House (Sevier); b: 27Sep1927, Hamburg, Il.; d: 26May1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Indian Creek Church of Christ Cemetery, near Hamburg, Il.; m: 1) Howard "Tex" House on 27Mar1947 (place not stated); and 2) Leo L. Crader on 9Dec1984 Hamburg, Il.; fa: Charles Raymond Sevier; mo: Mae Been Peuterbaugh. 1st husband preceded in death 13Apr1981. A resident of Kampsville, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Iva Rae Greer of Winchester; one son: Dennis H. House of Plainview; one step-daughter: Polly Jones of Hardin; one step-son: Leo L. Crader, Jr. of Las Vega, Nev.; five grandchildren; and two sisters: Marvell Jones of Godfrey and Mitzi Head of Ballwin, Mo.

CRAFT, Lucille C. (Knox); b: (date not stated), Pittsfield, Il.; d: 19Jan1976, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Lawrence Craft (date and place not stated); fa: Milo Knox; mo: Edna Bowers. Was 57 years of age at death. Survived by her husband; her step-father: Gilbert Hankins of Jacksonville; a son: Larry of Springfield; three brothers: Leo A. Knox of Arnezville, Leonard R. Knox of Joseph City, Ariz., and Luther E. Knox of Vancouver, Wash.; a half-brother: Cecil Hanks of Milan, Il.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a brother: Lyndel D. Knox in 1970.

CRAFT, Vera M. (Lee); b: 24Oct1914, Beardstown, Il.; d: 13Jan1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Floyd L. Craft on 3Aug1939 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Russell Lee; mo: Minnie Gray. Survived by her husband; two sisters: Mrs. Dora Lucille Howard of Beardstown and Mrs. Charles (Theda) Piehler of San Bernadino, Calif.; seven nieces: Mrs. Kenneth (Charlene) Dour and Mrs. Roscoe (Helen) Reichert, both of rural Virginia, Mrs. Jack (Le Ann) Coats of Beardstown, Mrs. William (Clarice) Bartlett of rural Rushville, Mrs. Harry (Diane) Nelson, Mrs. Norm (Julie) Campos and Suzanne Gregory, all of San Bernadino, Calif., and Ji Vaughn of Herrin. Preceded by her parents; a sister: Nona Landreth; and a brother: Don Lee.

CRAFTON, Earl Ray; b: 2Oct1941, Greene Co., Il.; d: 24Oct1991, Jackson, Tenn.; bu: Shankley Cemetery, Bolivar, Tenn.; m: (not stated); fa: Earl Crafton; mo: Elsie Lewis. A resident of Toone, Tenn.; formerly of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by his father of Van Buren, Mo.; two daughters: Evette Stowe of Toone, Tenn., and Regina Crafton of Florida; two grandchildren; two brothers: Walter Crafton of Brighton and Charles Crafton of Sierra Vista, Ariz.; and one sister: Barbara Kessinger of Roodhouse. Preceded by his mother: Elsie Lewis Crafton McElroy; and a brother: Carl Crafton.

CRAFTON, Etta (Rutledge); b: 20May1907, Sadieville, Ky.; d: 12Feb1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Floyd Crafton on 14Nov1936 (place not stated); fa: Samuel Rutledge; mo: Sallie Wasson. Husband preceded in death 7Feb1978. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by several nieces and nephews, including Beulah Olroy of Jacksonville, Dale, Robert and Patrick, all of Beardstown, and Thomas Howard and other nieces and nephews in the Jerseyville area. Preceded by her parents and four sisters.

CRAFTON, Floyd W.; b: 4Nov1907, Beardstown, Il.; d: 7Feb1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Etta Rutledge on 14Nov1936 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Lee Crafton; mo: Jessie Gossage. Survived by his wife; a sister: Mrs. Leila Pendergraf of Pekin; and nieces. Preceded by a half-brother.

CRAFTON, Raymond Keith; b: 27Feb1965, near Beardstown, Il.; d: 29May1981, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; fa: Robert Richard Crafton; mo: Lettie Hagerty. Survived by his parents; six brother: Richard Allen, Larry Gene, Darryl Lynn, Michael, Leslie Wayne and Terry Joe Crafton, all of Beardstown; a sister: Becky Lynne Crafton of Springfield. Preceded by his paternal grandfather and both maternal grandparents.

CRAFTON, Robert R.; b: 14Dec1930, Vandalia, Il.; d: 26Aug1986, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Lettie Hagerty on 18Sep1956 in Springfield, Il.; fa: John Crafton; mo: Amanda Mays. Survived by his wife; six sons: Richard of Canton, Larry of Dallas, Tex., Michael and Leslie, both of Beardstown, Darryl of Topeka, Kans., and Terry of Illinois; one daughter: Becky Crafton of Beardstown; one brother: Donald of Springfield; his mother of Springfield; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by one son: Raymond K. Crafton; and his father.

CRAFTON, Woodrow L.; b: 18Apr1920, Reynolds, Mo.; d: 24Apr1978, Iowa City, Iowa; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Violet Hulin on 23Apr1975 (palace not stated); fa: Perry Crafton; mo: Ollie Price. A resident of Peoria, Il.; formerly of Greenfield, Il. Survived by his wife; his mother: Mrs. Ollie Ortner of Broken Arrow, Okla.; six daughter: Beverly DeLaCruz of Glendale, Calif., Peggy Connoni of Boston, Mass., Janet Blaney of Alexandria, La., and Amanda, at home; seven sons: Harold, Jimmy, Roger and Lester, all of San Pedro, Calif., Edward of Peoria, Gary of White Hall and Woodrow, Jr., at home; 23 grandchildren; three brothers: Earl of VanBuren, Mo., George of Alton and Ples of Greenfield; a half-brother: Dale Ortner of Collinsville; and two half-sisters: Daisy Brown of Tulsa, Okla., and Delsie Chateau of Sperry, Okla.

CRAGGS, Elva; b: 10May1901, Mason Co., Il.; d: 10May1987, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Charles Craggs; mo: Emma Clark. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Havana, Il. Survived by a sister-in-law and several cousins.

CRAIG, Charles A.; b: 3Dec1910, Kansas; d: 6Dec1979, Quincy, Il.; bu: Greenmount Cemetery, Quincy, Il.; m: Margaret E. Irlam in July, 1935 (place not stated); fa: Charles A. Craig, Sr..; mo: Harriet Bridgeman. A resident of Quincy; formerly of the Murrayville area. Survived by his wife; these children: Dr. Charles Davis of Montgomery, Ala., Jan Phillip Craig of Beardstown, Mrs. R. Wayne (Gail) Smith of Quincy and Deborah Lynn Craig of Kansas City, Mo.; three grandchildren; three sisters: Helen McElfresh of Arizona and Laura Whitsell and Ruth Vance, both of Kansas. Preceded by three brothers.

CRAIG, Clara; b: 22Aug1882, Morgan Co., Il.; fa: 14Apr1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oakwood Cemetery, Parsons, Kansas; fa: Alexander P. Craig; mo: Dora Barr. Survived by three nephews: Maurice and Harold Craig, both of Jacksonville, and Byron Craig of Phoenix, Ariz.; and a niece: Mrs. Frances Zupsich of Jacksonville.

CRAIG, Delos Nelson; b: 21Mar1904, northeast of Jacksonville, Il.; d: 28Dec1986 of Jacksonville, Il.; m: Sarah Ruth Stewart on 7Mar1936 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Edward Nelson Craig; mo: Marcella Hodges. Survived by his wife; three sons: James of Waverly, Richard of Washington and Michael of Jacksonville; and five grandchildren. Preceded by one sister.

CRAIG, Dorothy F. (Whitaker); b; 27Dec1930, Scott Co., Il.; d: 17Sep;1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Donald H. Craig on 16Jan1953 in Woodson, Il.; fa: Loy Whitaker; mo: Dolly Thompson. Survived by her husband; her step-mother: Dorothy Mae Whitaker of Jacksonville; two sons: Donald J. (wife, Marsha) Craig of East Alton and David Howard (wife, Chris) Craig of Jacksonville; one daughter: Dianna Lynn McGuire of Collinsville; seven grandchildren; one brother: Sam (wife, Doris) Whitaker of Jacksonville; five sisters: Faye Moran, Marge Dawdy, Mrs. Ruth (husband, Kenneth) Nance, Barbara Forristall, all of Mendota, and Mrs. Eleanor (husband, Woodrow) Whitehurst of Phoenix, Arizona. Preceded by one brother: Earl Whitaker.

CRAIG, Eunice (Wallis); b: 20Jan1905, Murrayville, Il.; d: 2Dec1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: William Harold Craig on 6Feb1926 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Harvel Wallis; mo: Nina L. Ellis. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Ted (Joann) White of Grand Junction, Colo., and Mrs. Fred (Barbara) Holland of Clear Water, Fla.; eight grand and five g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Helen Christensen and Mrs. Roger (Virginia) Wright, both of Bay View, Idaho; and one brother: Buel Wallis of Chesterfield, Mo. Preceded by one brother.

CRAIG, Everett Leroy; b: 3Mar1908, Taylorville, Il.; d: 28Jul1993, Winchester, Il.; bu: Raymond, Il.; m: Helen E. Henry on 4Jun1931 in Auburn, Il.; fa: William Craig; mo: Elizabeth (surname not stated). A resident of Winchester; formerly of the Springfield and Raymond area. Survived by his wife of Winchester; one son: John William (wife, Judy) of Winchester; two grandsons; four g-granddaughters; and one great-grandson. Preceded by three brothers and two sisters.

CRAIG, George Allen, Sr.; b: 21Sep1919, Clifton Hill, Mo.; d: 5Dec1994, near New Canton, Il.; m: Mary Kendrick on 10May1941 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Rev. John Odra Craig; mo: Rebecca Jane Slee. Survived by his wife; step-mother: Hazel Craig of Sunset Home in Quincy; two sons: Ellis Kendrick Craig and George Allen Craig II, both of New Canton; three daughters: Rebecca Clark of New Canton, Cathy Vincent of Champaign and Pamela Collard of Pleasant Hill; 13 grand and 10 g-grandchildren; three brothers: the Rev. William Craig of Decatur, Alfred Craig of Durham, N.C. and the Rev. John Craig of Pfarr, Tex.; and one aunt: Vernelle Voss of Monroe, Mich.

CRAIG, Frances Pearl (Kilmer); b: 29Oct1898, Gypsum, Kansas; d: 7Apr1990, Manhattan, Kansas; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Paul Hubert Craig in 1919 (place not stated); fa: Miles Kilmer; mo: Bertha Shastid. Husband preceded in death 2May1957. A former resident of Woodson, Il. Survived by a son: Drl James V. Craig of Manhattan, Kansas; three grand and two g-grandchildren.

CRAIG, Harry; b: 8Apr1902, Shelbyville, Il.; d: 27Dec1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Lucille Decker on 6De1923 (place not stated); fa: Frank Craig; mo: (not stated). Wife preceded in death 13Jan1977. Survived by a son: Donald L. Craig of Jacksonville; and a grandson: Lynn Craig.

CRAIG, Helen Esther (Henry); b: 28Oct1910, Montgomery Co., Il.; d: 5ov1994, Winchester, IL.; bu: Raymond, Il.; m: Everett L. Craig on 4Jun1931 in Auburn, Il.; fa: John William Henry; mo: Esther E. (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 28Jul1993. A resident of Winchester; formerly of Springfield. Survived by one son: John William (wife, Judy) Craig of Winchester; two grandson; four g-granddaughters; two g-grandsons; and one brother: Ross Henry of Little Rock, Ark. Preceded by two brothers; four nephews and three nieces.

CRAIG, Hildred (Howard); b: 23Nov1897, Manchester, Il.; d: 16Oct1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Harry G. Craig on 4Mar1922 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Martin S. Howard; o: Mattie (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 19Oct1961. Survived by four sons: Carl Craig, Donald Craig and James Craig, all of Jacksonville, and Dean Craig of New Berlin; two brothers: Wilbur Howard of Roodhouse and George Howard of Ft. Worth, Tex.; two sisters: Grace Wallace of Rock Falls, Il., and Bernice Anthony of Roodhouse; nine grand and 13 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Harry Craig, Jr.; one brother; and three sisters.

CRAIG, James Dalton; b: 23May1990, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 9Aug1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Brian Craig; mo: Laura Pond. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by his parents; maternal grandmother: Marjorie Pond of Jacksonville; paternal grandparents: Shirley Craig of Jacksonville and James and Ruth Craig of Waverly; maternal great-grandparents: Dora Duggins of Jacksonville and Doris Pond of Mt. Sterling; paternal great-grandparents: Leo and Ive Coleman of Jacksonville and Sarah Ruth Craig of Jacksonville; maternal g-g-grandmother: Laura Hausmann of White Hall; and several aunts and uncles. Preceded by his grandfather: Keith Pond.

CRAIG, Lucille (Decker); b: (date not stated), Morgan Co., Il.; d: 13Jan1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Harry Craig on 6Dec1923 (place not stated); fa: Monroe Decker; mo: Betty Taylor. The last of a family of 12; survived by her husband and one son: Donald L. of Jacksonville; and one grandson: Lynn.

CRAIG, Mary C. (Chute); b: 16Apr1886, Brown Co., Il.; d: 4May1981, Macomb, Il.; bu: Langford Cemetery, south of Rushville, Il.; m: Isaac A. Craig on 12Dec1946 in Fort Worth, Texas; fa: Edward Chute; mo: Nettie Black. Husband preceded in death 12Nov1965. Survived by two brothers: Donald Chute of Versailles and Alfred Chute of Mt. Sterling; three nieces and 10 nephews. Preceded by two sisters.

CRAIG, Maurice A. "Morrie"; b: 25May1908, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 15Sep1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; M; Eleanor Liter on 17Sep1944 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Edgar W. Craig; mo: Edna Taylor. Survived by his wife; a son: William Craig of Troy; three grandchildren: Scott, Adam and Eirca Craig, all of Troy; and a sister: Mrs. Mike (France) Zupsich of Jacksonville.

CRAIG, William Harold; b: 6Apr1903, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 9Feb1922, Grand Junction, Colo.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, IL.; fa: Lee Roy Craig; mo: Olive P. Lewis. Wife preceded in death 2Dec1982. Survived by two daughters: Barbara Hollard of Clear Water, Fla., and Mrs. Ted (Joann) White of Grand Junction, Colo.; 8 grand and 12 g-grandchildren; and one brother: Byron L. Craig of Bay City, Texas.

CRAIGMILES, Donald D.; b: 14Jan1913, Jerseyville, Il.; d: 11Jan1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: June Cznecki on 14Dec1935 in Chicago, Il.; fa: George Craigmiles; mo: Ida Kirback. A resident of rural White Hall, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ronald Dean Craigmiles of Rochester and Joseph M. Craigmiles of Roodhouse; two daughters: Bernadine Schmieder of Jerseyville and Sandra Hull of Roodhouse; 11 grand and three g-grandchildren; one brother: George Craigmiles of Cordova; and one sister: Frances DeVault of Jacksonville. Preceded by three brothers: Jerr, Truman and Adrian.

CRAIGMILES, June B. (Czneckie); b: 28Dec1913, Chicago, Il.; d: 28Dec1991, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Donald Craigmiles on 14Dec1935 in Chicago, Il.; fa: Frank Czneckie; mo: Mary (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death 11Jan1989. A resident of rural White Hall, Il. Survived by two sons: Ronald D. Criagmiles of Rochester and Joseph M. Craigmiles of White Hall; two daughters: Bernadine Schmieder of Jerseyville and Sandra Hull of Roodhouse; 11 grand and four g-grandchildren; and one sister: Jane Adams of Alabama. Preceded by three brothers and one sister.

CRAIGMILES, Michael L.; b: 8Apr1958, Moline, Il.; d: 8Oct1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Becky Brown (date and place not stated); fa: William Craigmiles; mo: Abigail Jackson. Army vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Michael Warren and Steven Ray, both of Jacksonville; one daughter: Dawn Marie of Jacksonville; one brother: Dewey Prescott of Galesburg; three sisters: Vicky Craigmiles of Milwaukee, Debbie Trout of Wisconsin and Susan Prescott of Iowa; foster parents: Melvin and Betty Knous of Beardstown; three foster brothers and one foster sister; and a friend: Judy.

CRAIGMILES, Minnie (Hunt); b: 9Oct1900, Petersburg, Il.; d: 8Jan1986, Leesburg, Fla.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Truman N. Craigmiles (date and place not stated); fa: Joshua Hunt; mo: Margaret Dodson. Husband preceded in death 1Jul1984. A resident of Mt. Dora, Fla. Survived by a brother: Lacy Hunt of Peoria; two sisters: Marguriett Hunt of Peoria and Ruth Bristoll of Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a daughter: Frances Ellsworth Ray.

CRAIGMILES, Steven E.; b: 11Jul1905, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 6Oct1992, Barry, Il.; bu: Indian Creek Cemetery, Hamburg, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: William Craigmiles; mo: Lurena Blackwell. A resident of rural Pittsfield, Il. Survived by two sons: William of Jacksonville and Gerald of Salk Lake City, Utah; three daughters: Eleanor Freeman of East Moline, Byrl Rhoads of Riverton and Rosalie Kendall of Salt Lake City; one sister: Elsie Ludlam of San Juan, Tex.; 20 grand and 34 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one sister; and two brothers.

CRAIGMILES, Taza (Bauser); b: 3Feb1912, Kampsville, Il.; d: 14Dec1983, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Hamburg, Il.; m: Lewis Craigmiles in Elsberry, Mo. (date not stated); fa: James Bauser; mo: Edna Winningham. Husband preceded in death in 1977. Survived by one daughter: Joan Schlieper of Pittsfield; three brothers: James Bauser of Oakford, William Bauser of Petersburg and Deiter Bauser of Greenview; six sisters: Irene Dirksmeyer of Hamburg, Leota Houseman of Hillview, Sadie Craigmiles of San Jose, Il., Eula Masters of St. Louis, Mo., and Doris Jones of Huntington, Utah and Lucille Craigmiles of Elder, Il.; two grandchildren and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers.

CRAIGMILES, Truman Nelson "Sparky"; b: 7Jan1905, Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 1Jul1984, Orlando, Fla.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Minnie Hunt (date and place not stated); fa: George Craigmiles; mo: Ida Brewer. A resident of Mt. Dora, Fla.; formerly of White Hall, Il. Survived by his wife; two grandchildren; four g-grandchildren; two brothers: Donald Craigmiles of White Hall and George Craigmiles, Jr. of Cordova; and a sister: Mrs. Frances DeVault of Jacksonville. Preceded by a daughter.

CRAIGMILES, Virginia (Todd); b: 16Oct1913, Chambersburg, Il.; d: 21Aug1996, Tempe, Ariz.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: 1) Johnny George; and 2) Steve Craigmiles (dates and places not stated); fa: Arthur Todd; mo: Laura Mae Robbins. Both husbands preceded in death; 1st in 1964. A former resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by two sons: William Robert George of Del Ray, Fla., and John Arthur George of Tempe, Ariz.; four grandchildren; three sisters: Laura Mae Neaterour of Jacksonville, Norma Jean Smith of Mt. Sterling and Shirley Ann Carr of Clayton; and one brother: Raymond Todd of Jacksonville. Preceded by two sisters: Marjorie Duesterhous and Josephine Farrell.

CRAIGMILES, William; b: 20Oct1912, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 4Aug1978, rural Winchester, Il.; bu: Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Il.; m: Abbie Jackson Hannel on 14Jan1959 (place not stated); fa: William Craigmiles; mo: Lorene Blackwell. Survived by his wife; these children: Gary Craigmiles of Eugene, Ore., Shirley Santifer of Washington, Vickie Craigmiles of West Virginia, and Mike Craigmiles of Beardstown; two step-sons: Fred Hannel of Peoria and Benny Hannel of Chapin; 13 grandchildren; a great-grandson; a brother: Steve Craigmiles of Griggsville; and a sister: Elsie Luddlem of Arizona. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CRAIN, Elizabeth Davis (Shelley); b: 1Sep1889, near Brown Co., Il.; d: 1Sep1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: 1) Edward Davis; and 2: Oscar Crain (dates and place not stated); fa: William Shelley; mo: Sara Gross. 1st husband preceded in death in 1959; 2nd in 1974. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by two sons: Glenn and George Davis, both of Virginia; three grand and 14 g-grandchildren.

CRAIN, Emma Lodema Jane (Conlee); b: (date not stated), Palmyra, Il.; d: 15Aug1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Roy Elbert Crain on 1Jun1917 in St. Louis, Il.; fa: Riley Conlee; mo: Mary Jane Walk. Husband preceded in death 12May1956. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Otis O. (Joycene) Crum of Roodhouse; a son: Everett of Roodhouse; and a step-son: Albert L. Crain of St. Louis; two grand and four g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CRAIN, Everett Lowell "Red"; b: 29Feb1920, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 24Jan1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Hazel Weddersten on 18Oct1947 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Roy Crain; mo: Emma Conlee. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Rob Crain of Manchester; two grandchildren; one sister: Joycene Crum of Roodhouse; and on half-brother: Albert Crain of Chicago.

CRAIN, Ferne P. (Preston); b: 16Jul1907, Elsworth, Il.; d: 31Dec1995, Alton, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Donald D. Crain on 27Dec1931 in Oak Park, Il.; fa: George L. Preston; mo: Mildred Moore. Husband preceded in death 2May1972. A resident of Bethalto; formerly of Jacksonville. Survived by a son: George D. Crain of El Paso; a daughter: Mrs. Jon (Sandra) Fosha of East Alton; six grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Donna Crews; and a grandson.

CRAIN, Myrtle (Seymour); b: 9Apr1887, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 26Mar1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: N. H. Crain (date and place not stated); fa: Morris Seymour; mo: Nancy Anderson. Husband preceded in death in 1967. A resident of Woodson, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Richard (Helen) Sayre of Jacksonville and Mrs. Gus (Marilyn) Kelly of Madison, Mo.; eight grand and 11 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a sister.

CRAIN, Oswald E. "Shocky"; b: 13Oct1906, Woodson, Il.; d: 21Jan1977, White Hall, Il.; bu: Asbury Cemetery; m: Mildred McGinnis (date and place not stated); fa: Everett Crain; mo: Mabel Grunder. Wife preceded in death in 1975. A resident of Woodson, Il. Survived by three children: Mrs. Joe (Virginia) Garde of rural Jacksonville, and Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Blimling and Everett Crain, both of Peoria; 8 grandchildren; and a step-brother: Elliott Williams of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother and one step-brother.

CRAIN, Otis F., Jr.; b: 15Aug1940, Carrollton, Il.; d: 11Jan1994, White Hall, Il.; bu: (body donated to medical science); m: (not stated); fa: Otis F. Crain; mo: Bessie Z. Fry. Survived by three sons: Jeff Crain of Carrollton, O. Franklin Crain III of Kane and David Crain of Indiana; one step-son: K. C. of Carrollton; two daughters: Zetta Crain and Teresa Crain, both of Indiana; three brothers: Phillip David Ralston of Carrollton, Charles W. Crain of Jerseyville and John Edward Crain of California; and three sisters: Cheri Smith of Wrights, Mary E. Osterman of Kampsville and Victoria J. Lewis of Orlando, Fla.

CRAIN, William B.; b: 12Mar1905, Woodson, Il.; d: 8May1992, Nokomis, Il.; bu: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville, Il.; m: Virginia Weller on 8My1933 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Everett Crain; mo: Minnie White. A resident of Edinburg, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Carolyn Wiese of Lincoln and Maxine Kelley of Lena; two sons: Kenneth Crain of Litchfield and Milton Crain of Decatur; nine grand and four g-grandchildren.

CRAIN, Winfield S.; b: 28Jul1915, White Hall, Il.; d: 8Feb1983, Rushville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: John Crain; mo: Belle Sturgeon. Survived by two sons: Gilbert Crain and Wendell Crain, both of Jacksonville; six grand and three g-grandchildren; one sister: Rose Mathews of White Hall; and two brothers: Bill Crain of Alton and Otis Crain of Indianapolis, Ind.

CRAMER, Edna M. (Walker); b: 27Nov1910, Brown Co., Il.; d: 18Nov1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Henry E. Cramer on 19Jun1929 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Earl C. Walker; mo: Verna May Adams. Husband preceded in death 26Nov1942. A resident of Springfield; formerly of Beardstown and Virginia. Survived by two sons: E. J. of Springfield and Ronald W. of Anaheim, Calif.; a daughter: Mrs. Edward (Verna) Nichols of Jefferson City, Mo.; eight grand and 13 g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a son: Henry E. II; an infant daughter: Jacqueline Jean Cramer; and a brother: Harold W. Walker.

CRAMER, Goldie Merritt (Newberry); b: 10May1903, Virginia, Il.; d: 26Sep1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: 1) Clarence Merritt; and 2) Bert Cramer (dates and places not stated); fa: Charles Newberry; mo: Ida Reside. Both husbands preceded I death. A former resident of Petersburg, Il. Survived by a brother: Chase A Newberry of Beaumont, Tex.; one niece; and several cousins. Preceded by a son: Merrill Merritt; and two sisters in infancy.

CRAMER, Harry E. "Bud"; b: (not stated); d: 20Nov1979, Harrisburg, Ind.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Patricia A. Mason (date and place not stated); fa: Harry E. Cramer; mo: Edna (surname not stated). A former resident of Virginia, Il.; was 42 years of age at death. Navy vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Gregory A. of Great Lakes, Mich.; a daughter: Theresa L. Beasley of Bloomington, Ind.; two brothers: E. J. of Springfield and Ronald of Anaheim, Calif.; and a grandson: Sheldon Ryan Beasley of Bloomington, Ind., and his mother of Beardstown. Preceded by his father; and a sister: Jacquelyn Jean Cramer.

CRAMER, Hazel A.; b: 20Oct1908, Girard, Il.; d: 18Aug1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Jacob Herman Cramer; mo Margaret Winkelhake. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by one brother: Robert Cramer of Anaheim, Calif.; three sisters: Nina Arthalony of Chandlerville, Dorothy Stratman of Grand Blanc, Mich., and Betty Middendorf of Quincy; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Henry E. Cramer and Jacob H. Cramer II; and two sisters: Rosemary Cramer, in infancy, and Pauline W. Devine.

CRAMER, Jacob H. II; b: 3Apr1917, Virginia, Il.; d: 8May1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Mabel V. Black on 7Nov1936 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Jacob Herman Cramer; mo: Margaret Winkelhake. Wife preceded in death 10Dec1992. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by one son: Jacob H. Cramer III of Virginia; three daughters: Margaret L. Frederick of Kent, Washington, Carolyn M. Budwick of Kenosha, Wisc., and Naomi Copes of Zion; 12 grand and 21 g-grandchildren; one brother: Robert Cramer of Anaheim, Calif..; four sisters: Hazel Cramer of Virginia, Nina Arthalony of Chandlerville, Dorothy Stratman of Grand Blanc, Mich., and Betty Middendorf of Quincy; and 18 nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Henry E. Cramer; and two sisters: Rosemary Cramer, in infancy, and Pauline W. Devine.

CRAMER, Mabel V. (Black); b: 28Jun1910, Cass Co., Il.; d: 10Dec1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Jacob H. Cramer on 7Nov1936 in Virginia, Il.; f: Alva Black; mo: Lu Walton. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: Jacob H. Cramer, Jr. of Virginia; three daughters: Margaret Frederick of Kent, Wash., Carolyn Budwick of Kenosha, Wisc., and Naomi Copes of Waukegan; 12 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; one brother: Walter Black of Virginia; two sisters: Frances Black of Virginia and Della Stark of Morton; two nieces; and one nephew. Preceded by her parents; her step-mother, who raised her: Ina Mae Black; one brother: Harry Black; and two sisters: Iva Black and Glenna Lyles.

CRAMER Philip D.; b: 24May1901, Knox Co., Il.; d: 8Jul1977, Galesburg, Il.; bu: Abingdon, Il.; m: Mae Ferris on 2Aug1931 in Alden, Michigan; fa: Henry Cramer; mo: Lula Caruthers. A resident of Abingdon Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Steven (Jeanette) Hills of Jacksonville; a brother: Paul of Sterling; a sister: Mrs. Walter Burington of Abingdon; and two grandchildren. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CRAMER, Mae E. (Ferris); b: 24Jan1904, Illinois; d: 15Jan1985, Macomb, Il.; bu: Abingdon, Il.; m: Philip D. Cramer on 2Aug1931 in Alden, Mich.; fa: John W. Ferris; mo: Nettie Blackstone. Husband preceded in death 8Jul1977. A resident of Macomb; formerly of Abingdon. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Steven (Jeanette) Hills of Jacksonville; a sister: Dorothy Davis of Harlingen, Tex.; and two grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and a son.

CRANDALL, Alice (Young); b: 18Mar1916, Buena Vista, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 13Jan1994, Rushville, Il.; bu: Bethany Cemetery, north of Rushville, Il.; m: John Paul Crandall on 14Dec1936 in Petersburg, Il.; fa: Dwight M. Young; mo: Della Burnside. Husband preceded in death 2Mar1990. Survived by one son: Edward Y. Crandall of Oklahoma City, Okla.; one daughter: Carol Crandall of Jacksonville; one sister: Helen Pearson of Rushville; and one granddaughter. Preceded by one sister and two brothers.

CRANDALL, John P.; b: 7Jul1907, Rushville, Il.; d: 2Mar1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Bethany Cemetery, north of Rushville, Il.; m: Alice C. Young on 14Dec1936 in Petersburg, Il.; fa Charles Crandall; mo: Ethel McFeeters. Survived by his wife; a son: Edward Y. of Oklahoma City, Okla.; a daughter: Mrs. Carol Crandall of Jacksonville; and a granddaughter. Preceded by his parents.

CRANE, Dorothy B. (Carter); b: 16Dec1899, Greene Co, Il.; d: 25Jun1981, White Hall, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Ralph Crane (date and place not stated); fa: Charles Carter; mo: Eliza Belle Reynolds. Husband preceded in death 15Jul1960. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by two nieces: Elizabeth Beckham and Eunice Batty; and a nephew: Melvin Wheeler, all of Carrollton. Preceded by three sisters and a brother.

CRANE, Frank S.; b: 24Dec1908, Palmyra, Mo.; d: 18Dec1979, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Lyda Lee in 1931 in Missouri; fa: Artie Crane; mo: (not stated). Survived by his wife; a son: Robert of Rushville; and three grandchildren; and a half-brother: Otis Crane of Missouri. Preceded by one sister and one half-brother.

CRANE, Frank Wren; b: 19Dec1906, Edmonton, Ky.; d: 25Dec1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: John A. Crane; mo: Alice England. A former Virginia, Il. resident who resided with a niece, Lillian Trudewind, at 217 E. Greenwood, Jacksonville for many years. WWII Army vet. Survived by two sisters: Emma Pearl Cardwell of Louisville, Ky., and Avanell Trowbridge of Breese, Il.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CRANE, Fred O.; b: 11Oct1893, Kane, Il.; d: 4Mar1979, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Allie Turner in 1965 (place not stated); fa: Oscar Crane; mo: Lucy Andrews. Wife preceded in death in 1974. A resident of Kane. Survived by these children: Miss Florence Crane of Jerseyville, Mrs. Robert (Oletta) Hillig of Brighton, Kenneth and Donald Crane, both of Kane; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

CRANE, Lyda M. (Lee); b: 16Mar1901, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 8Feb1981, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Frank Crane in 1931 at Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Clarence Lee; mo: Cornelia Allen. Husband preceded in death 18Dec1979. Survived by a son: Robert Crane of Rushville; and three grandchildren. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CRANE Martin A.; b: 12Jan1913, Greene Co., Il.; d: 23Apr1981, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Memorial Gardens, Eldred, Il.; m: Myrtle Norris in 1947 in California; fa: Oscar Carne; mo: Margaret Tillery. A resident of Carrollton, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a sister: Mrs. Fred (Ruth) Walz of Jerseyville; and a brother: Irvin Crane of Kimberling City, Mo. Preceded by a sister.

CRANE, Myrtle "Jakie" (Norris); b: 31Jan1910, Carrollton, Il.; d: 23May1981, Carrollton, IL.; bu: Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Eldred, Il.; m: Martin Crane (date and place not stated); fa: Francis Norris; mo: Rowena Baumgardner. Husband preceded in death 23Apr1981. Survived by a sister: Miss Helen Norris of St. Louis; and a brother: Frances E. Norris of Carlinville.

CRANE, Ruth C. (Pafford); b: 3Mar1895, Philadelphia, Mo.; d: 1Aug1983, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: Henry L. Crane (date and place not stated); fa: W. H. Pafford; mo: Margaret Powell. Husband preceded in death in 1918. A resident of Nebo, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Betty Miller of Pleasant Hill; three brothers: Hubert and Roger Pafford of Hannibal, and Noble Pafford of Milwaukee, Wisc.; three sisters: Mrs. Mabel Robinson of Security, Colo., Mrs. Lillian Conover of Chicago, and Mrs. Dorothy Athey of Hannibal; 18 grand and numerous g-grandchildren.

CRATER, Anna M. Griffith (Hillis); b: 9Jan1898, Wrights, Il.; d: 7Aug1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Wrights, Il.; m: 1) Clarence Griffith on 24Oct1917 in Carrollton, Il.; and 2) Ed Crater in October, 1949 (place not stated); fa: Frank Hillis; mo: Estella Crum. 1st husband preceded in death 28Sep1945; 2nd in November, 1965. Resident of Berdan, Il. Survived by one son: Vincent H. Griffith of Berdan; two grandsons: John and Mickey Griffith of Berdan; five g-grandchildren; one brother: Royal Hillis of Carrollton; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one sister: Grace M. Lemons and two brothers: Harold and Russell Hillis.

CRATER, Loren: b: 31Jan1910, near Pearl, Il.; d: 23Jul1992, Pearl, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, near Pearl, IL.; m: Vera R. Quiller on 10Mar1934 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Charles A. Crater; mo: Elizabeth Blackorby. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Shelba Mitchell of Pleasant Hill; two sons: Paul Dean Crater of Indianapolis and Don Crater of Shorewood; eight grand and three g-grandchildren; and a sister: Erma Fisher of Pearl. Preceded by two infant brothers; and an infant sister.

CRATER, Vera R. (Quiller); b: 22Jan1914, Mozier, Il.; d: 2Mar1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Green Pond Cemetery, Pearl, Il.; m: Loren Crater on 10Mar1934 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: John P. Quiller; mo: Carrie Piper. Husband preceded in death 23Jul1992. A resident of Pearl, Il. Survived by two sons: Don Crater of Ashland and Paul Dean Crater of Indianapolis, Ind.; one daughter: Shelba Mitchell of Normal; eight grand and nine g-grandchildren; and two brothers: Walter Quiller of Pittsfield and Merle Quiller of Mozier. Preceded by one sister: Vernelle Graham.

CRAVEN, Clyde W. "Babe"; b: 14Feb1899, Merritt, Il.; d: 18Nov1976, Pekin, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Lauretta Erio on 20Sep1933 in Virginia, Il.; fa: Joshua Craven; mo: Anella Richardson. A former resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sisters and four brothers.

CRAVEN, Elmo; b: 1Aug1916, Valley City, Il.; d: 22Feb1994, Barry, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: 1) Neola Maxine Crum on 18Nov1940 in Bowling Green, Mo.; and 2) Mildred L. Taber on 18Jun1986 in Reno, Nev.; fa: William Franklin Craven; mo: Mattie Thomas Warden. 1st wife preceded in death 7Oct1985; 2nd on 24Feb1988. WWII Navy vet. Survived by one son: Bill of Griggsville; two grandchildren; a great-grandson; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sisters: Celester Drummond and Laura Craven; and four brothers: Vern, Hulbert, Everett and Milburn.

CRAVEN, Everett; b: 27Feb1907, Bureau, Il.; d: 8May1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Ruth Rumple on 26Jun1934 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: William Craven; mo: Mattie Warden. A resident of Griggsville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Richard (Gail) Stickman of Griggsville; a granddaughter: Lori Stickman of Griggsville; and a brother: Elmo W. Craven of Griggsville, Il. Preceded by two sisters and three brothers.

CRAVEN, Maxine(Crum); b: 22Dec1921, Clinton, Il.; d: 7Oct1985, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Elmo Craven on 18Nov1940 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Wiley Crum; mo: Mary Wilson. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: William Craven of Griggsville; two grandchildren: Wendy and Darin Craven of Griggsville; one sister: Mildred Taber of San Jose, Calif.; step-mother: Mrs. Ruby Crum of Griggsville; one step-sister: Ladema Sappington of Griggsville; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents and three sisters.

CRAVEN, Milburn C. "Mib"; b: 28Mar1909 (place not stated); d: 21Jan1977, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Opal Flowers on 17Apr1948 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: William Craven; mo: Mattie Warden. A resident of Griggsville; was Chief Deputy Sheriff of Pike county for 12 years and Deputy Coroner of 8 years. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Phillip of Griggsville; a step-daughter: Mrs. Corrine Dark of Pittsfield; a step-son: Arthur L. Tayon of Griggsville; a sister: Mrs. Celester Drummond of Griggsville; two brothers: Everett and Elmo, both of Griggsville; and seven grandchildren.

CRAVEN, Mildred L. (Crum); b: 1Dec1919, Wapella, Il.; d: 24Feb1988, Quincy, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Elmo Craven on 18Jun1986 in Reno, Nev.; fa: Wiley Crum; mo: Mary Jane Wilson. A resident of Griggsville. Survived by her husband; her step-mother: Ruby Crum of Griggsville; five sons: Larry Taber of Arkansas, Terry Taber and Jerry Taber, both of California, Larry Taber of Camp Point and Timothy Taber of Pittsfield; a step-son: Bill Craven of Griggsville; two daughters: Mary Tabor and Pamela Steele, both of California; several grandchildren; and a half-sister: Ladena Sappington of Griggsville. Preceded by a son: Gary Taber; and four sisters: Dorothy Quincy, Maxine Craven, Betty Bennett and Marian Butz.

CRAVEN, Opal (Flowers); b: 12Jun1912, Alton, Il.; d: 24Apr1989, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: 1) Leo Tayon in 1932 at Alton, Il.; and 2) Milburn Craven on 17Apr1948 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Earl Flowers; mo: Blanch Murphy. 2nd husband preceded in death 21Jan1977. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Corrine Dark of Griggsville; two sons: Sonny Tayon and Phil Craven, both of Griggsville; seven grand and six g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sisters: Charlotte Flowers and Ruth Hazelrigg; and a brother: Clayton Flowers.

CRAVEN, Velma Hope (Bridgman); b: 23Sep1895, Chapin, Il.; d: 15Nov1991, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Charles R. "Skip" Craven on 18Apr1917 (place not stated); fa: Robert Bridgman; mo: Jessie Strong. Husband preceded in death 3Feb1969. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Robert (Jayne) Caldwell; two granddaughters; five great and three great-great-grandchildren. Preceded by one daughter and one son, who both died in infancy; her sisters and one brother.

CRAVENS, James Elliott; b: 24Dec1915, Pisgah, Il.; d: 4May1989, San Pedro, Calif.; bu: Riverside National Cemetery, March Air Force Base, California; m: Hazel Nelle on 8Sep1948 (place not stated); fa: Fredrick R. Cravens; mo: Adeline Elliott. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; a son: James Elliott Cravens; a daughter: Jerre Lee Cravens-Wegner; three grandchildren: a sister: Myra Lucille Eutenever of Urbana; and several nieces, nephews and cousins in the Waverly, Palmyra and Scottville areas.

CRAVER, Charles C.; b: 3Jun1899, Kansas City, Mo.; d: 10Mar1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Floral Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, Mo.; m: Bertha Johnstone on 9Jul1925 in Kansas City, Mo.; fa: Charles C. Craver; mo: Anna Detweiler. A resident of Winchester, Il. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; and a son: Charles Craver III of Hillview.

CRAVER, Harriett E. (Cox); b: 12Dec1898, Nortonville, Il.; d: 11Dec1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Thomas F. Craver on 3Sep1922 in Jacksonville Il.; fa: Charles Cox; mo: Harriett Newman. Husband preceded in death 29Oct1968. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Edwin (Elizabeth) Ahlquist and Mrs. Carman (Carolyn) Potter, both of Jacksonville; eight grand and ten g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Charlyne F. Cox and Ruth Hoagland, both of Jacksonville.

CRAWFORD, Byron; b: 14Jun1916, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 25Sep1978, Springfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: 1) Catherine Elizabeth Lovell in December, 1935 (place not stated); and 2) Mardell Hicks on 10Feb1946 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Fred Crawford; mo: Elizabeth Dunn. A resident of Chapin, Il. WWII vet. Survived by two children from his first marriage: Ronnet Crawford of Chapin and Mrs. Frank (Norma) Newbery of Jacksonville; his second wife with three children from this marriage: Frank Crawford of Chapin, Gordon Blackburn of Roodhouse, and Tonette McKune of Jacksonville; and a sister: Mrs. Phyllis Roberts of Jacksonville; and 13 grandchildren.

CRAWFORD, Catherine (Robinson); b: 25Jan1914, Detroit, Pike Co., Il.; d: 30Mar1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Harry Crawford on 11Apr1931 in Springfield, Il.; fa: William Robinson; mo: Anna Darmody. Husband preceded in death 14May1985. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by three sons: Robert Crawford and Richard Crawford, both of Griggsville, and Eddie Crawford of Bonita Springs, Fla.; 14 grand and 14 g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Neal (Mary) Stinebaker of Griggsville, Mrs. James (Sarah) McManus of Jacksonville and Mrs. Cordell (Rosie) Stice of Winchester; three brothers: Jack and Harvey Robinson, both of Pittsfield, and Joe Robinson of Barry; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one daughter: Sally Hyde; three brothers; and one sister.

CRAWFORD, Charles Lee "Chuck"; b: 15Oct1964, Rushville, Il.; d: 15Mar1991, Houston, Tex.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: Janice Cameron on 28Sep1990 in Houston, Tex.; fa: Charles Crawford; mo: Donna Campbell. A resident of rural Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by his wife; his father of Hersman; his mother: Donna Holmes of Jacksonville; three sisters: Judy Baird of Quincy, Mary Royer of Springfield and Charlotte Cameron of Mt. Sterling; maternal grandmother: Ethel Little of Mt. Sterling; and maternal grandfather: Clarence Campbell of Jacksonville. Preceded by his paternal grandparents: Lewis and Minnie Elliott Crawford.

CRAWFORD, Charlotte E. "Lottie" (Hardin); b: 21Aug1892, Cass Co., Il.; d: 19Mar1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: William F. Crawford (date and place not stated); fa: John Hardin; mo: Mary Betz. Husband preceded in death in 1973. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by two sons: Floyd of Beardstown and Wilbur of Jacksonville; five grand and 16 g-grandchildren.

CRAWFORD, Earl "Bud"; b: 16May1929, near Franklin, Il.; d: 24Dec1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Loami, Il.; m: Imogene Schofield on 3Jul1953 (place not stated); fa: Earl Crawford; mo: Thelma Conrad. A former resident of rural Franklin. Survived by his wife; two sisters: Mrs. Charles (Shirley) Lash of rural Franklin and Mrs. Alma Fulton of Temple, Texas. Preceded by his parents; one sister; and one brother.

CRAWFORD, Earl B. "Rosie"; b: 29Jun1913, Waverly, Il.; d: 14Dec1981, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Baylis, Il.; m: Lois Holmes on 18Apr1948 in Baylis, Il.; fa: Amos A. Crawford; mo: Lillie Brown. A resident of Baylis, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Trella L. Turpin of Baylis; three sons: Bruce of Mt. Sterling, George of Pittsfield, and Bart of McDavid, Fla.; nine grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Alberta Whitlock of New Salem and Mrs. Naomi Keller of White Hall; and two brothers: Nick of Alton and Amos Allen of Annapolis, Maryland. Preceded by three sisters.

CRAWFORD, Eveline J.; b: 11Mar1921 (place not stated); d: 22Jun1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Franklin, Il.; fa: Russell Crawford; mo: Ethel J. Tannahill. Survived by her mother; one sister: Mrs. Ellen Nunes of Jacksonville; one niece; and three nephews. Preceded by one infant son; and one sister.

CRAWFORD, Fredrick; b: 18Oct1878, Meredosia, Il.; d: 7Feb1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery; m: Elizabeth Dunn (date and place not stated); fa: David Crawford; mo: Margaret Winningham. Wife preceded in death in 1962. Survived by two children: Byron H. Crawford of Chapin and Mrs. Phyllis M. Roberts, with whom Mr. Crawford made his home; 7 grand and 15 g-grandchildren. He was the last of his immediate family.

CRAWFORD, Gene (Schofield); b: 1Nov1935, Bluffdale, Il.; d: 29Sep1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Sulphur Springs Cemetery, near Pisgah, Il.; m: Earl Crawford, Jr. on 3Jul1953 (place not stated); fa: Arthur Schofield; mo: Mary Clanton. Husband preceded in death 24Dec1986. Survived by two sisters: Marjorie Williams of El Monte, Calif., and Mina Mitchell of Alton; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; two brothers; and one sister.

CRAWFORD, Geraldine; b: 6Aug1914, Elkhart, Il.; d: 1Jul1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Immanuel Cemetery; fa: Fred W. Crawford; mo: Nellie Wilgus. Survived by one brother: Robert of Portland, Oregon.

CRAWFORD, Gladys (Slater); b: 4Apr1911, Canton, Mo.; d: 26Jan1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Louis Crawford on 4Apr1931 (place not stated); fa: William H. Slater; mo: Sarah Ann Chinchen. Husband preceded in death on 18Mar1941. A resident of Jacksonville. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. David (Joann) Steinbeck of Canton, Mo.; a son: Norman Crawford of Springfield; five grandchildren; two brothers: Clifford Slater of Eugene, Ore. And Harold Slater of Indo, Calif.; and a sister: Mrs. Rex (Mildred) Fearneyhough of Atlanta, Ga. Preceded by a daughter: Judith Syrcle.

CRAWFORD, Harry; b: 19Oct1916, Palmyra, Il.; d: 20Mar1979, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: Bertha (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa: Walter Crawford; mo: Nellie Holliday. A resident of Modesto, Il. Survived by his mother: Mrs. Nellie Carroll of Modesto; his wife; a daughter: Mrs. John Leach of Carlinville; two sons: Roger Crawford of Riverton and Bob Morehead of Virden; two sisters: Wanda Niehaus of Springfield and Ruth Steinmetz of Palmyra; 10 grand and five g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Donald.

CRAWFORD, Harry R. "Mike"; b: 2Jun1909, Griggsville, Il.; d: 14May1985, Springfield, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Catherine A. Robinson on 11Apr1931 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Robert R. Crawford; mo: Alice Shinn. A resident of Griggsville, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Robert (Sally) Hyde of Rushville; and three sons: Robert and Richard Crawford, both of Griggsville, and Harry Edward Crawford of Bonita Springs, Fla.; 14 grand and 8 g-grandchildren; one brother: Paul Crawford of Charleston; two sisters: Mrs. Mildred Highly of Decatur and Mrs. Juanita Baird of Bluffs; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by one bother, four sisters and one half-sister.

CRAWFORD, Idabelle (Watkins); b: 28Dec1906, Philadelphia, Il.; d: 28Mar1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: James William Crawford on 15Nov1924 in Monticello, Il.; fa: Warren Gordley Watkins; mo: Hazel Reding. Husband preceded in death 27Mar1982. A resident of Chambersburg, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Gerald (Carolyn) Brackensick of Warsaw, Il., and Mrs. David (Joann) Browning of Chambersburg; one son: William of Jacksonville; 12 grand, six step-grand, 13 g-grand and six step-g-grandchildren; and one brother: Galen Watkins of Philadelphia. Preceded by one brother: Franklin Watkins.

CRAWFORD, James W.; b: 22Sep1905, Virginia, Il.; d: 27Mar1982, Chambersburg, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Idabelle Watkins on 15Nov1924 in Monticello, Il.; fa: William Crawford; mo: Emma Horrom. Survived by his wife; a son: William of Jacksonville; two daughters: Mrs. Gerald (Carolyn) Brackensick of Warsaw, and Mrs. David (Joann) Browning of Chambersburg; 18 grand and six g-grandchildren.

CRAWFORD, Lawrence W.; b: 7Oct1908, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1May1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Carolyn Hart on 18Oct1930 (place not stated); fa: Walter A. Crawford; mo: Emma Ricks. Survived by his wife; the following children: Lawrence W. "Bud" Crawford, Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Kenneth (Carol) Eikelmann of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. James L. (Cathleen) Green of Jacksonville; nine grandchildren: Steven, Stuart, Stanley and Susan Crawford of Jacksonville, Valeria and Leslie Eikelmann of Sacramento and Julie, Susan and Christie Green of Jacksonville. Mrs. Lecie Crawford of Reno, Nev. Also survives.

CRAWFORD, Mabel E. (Illman); b: 1Jan1895, Schuyler Co. Il.; d: 23Feb1987, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: 1) Herbert Moore on 25Aug1915 in Rushville, Il.; and 2) Guy Crawford on 26Jan1936 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Charles Illman ; mo: Catherine Rinehart. 1st husband preceded in death 21Dec1918; 2nd on 13Aug1958. Survived by a son: Ted Moore of Rushville; a daughter: Herberta "Herbie" Herchy of Springfield; one twin sister: Myrtle Ward of Rushville; three grandchildren and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers and four sisters.

CRAWFORD, Margaret E. (Stock); b: 8Jul1914, Cass Co., Il.; d: 13Jul1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Phillip Stock; mo: Bertha Brockhouse. A former resident of the Arenzville-Virginia area. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Billie (Peg) Fernandes of Jacksonville and Mrs. Herb (Linda) Snow of Virginia; six grand and six g-grandchildren; four brothers: Warren Stock, Robert Stock and Charles Stock, all of Arenzville, and Dean Stock of Concord; a sister: Ruth Stock of Arenzville; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by her parents; and a brother: Paul Stock.

CRAWFORD, Michael "Mikie"; b: 24Jan1951, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 12Dec1994, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: Robert Hyde; mo: Sally Crawford. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by his father of Rushville; a step-father: Clifford Moore of Griggsville; one sister: Cathy Peacock of Rushville; one brother: Butch Moore of Griggsville; four half-sisters: Patrice of Collinsville, Jan of California, Denise of Shreveport, La., and Lisa of Griggsville; one half-brother: Ivan of Dallas, Tex.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his mother.

CRAWFORD, Michael A. "Cornfed"; b: 16Feb1959, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 1Jul1995, Michigan City, Ind.; bu: Patton Cemetery near LaPorte, Ind.; m: Kathleen A. Rawling on 26Mar1980 in Michigan City, Ind.; fa: James R. Crawford; mo: Cecelia C. Hermes. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Angela Marie Crawford of Michigan City; two sistes: Mary Crawford of Illinois and Patty Moore of Japan; and two brothers: Phillip Crawford of Illinois and James Crawford of California. Preceded by one son: Michael David Crawford in 1980.

CRAWFORD, Mildred "Babe" (Gallaher); b: 23Aug1912, Richfield, Il.; d: 3Apr1993, Barry, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Dallas Crawford on 18Apr1957 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Otis Gallaher; mo: Drusa Brown. Husband preceded in death 18Apr1957. Survived by nine grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Paul Crawford; and one sister.

CRAWFORD, Paul; b: 1Mar1935, Quincy, Il.; d: 23Apr1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Dallas Crawford; mo: Mildred (surname not stated). A resident of Springfield; formerly of Barry, Il. Survived by his mother of Barry; nine children: Brenda Cooley of Pittsfield, Tina Crawford, at home, Donald Crawford of Pittsfield, Dallas Crawford of Griggsville, Michael Crawford of Griggsville, Rodney Crawford of Springfield, Bradley Crawford of Springfield, Lyle Crawford of Springfield and Daniel Crawford of Springfield; and six grandchildren. Preceded by his father in 1956.

CRAWFORD, Ralph C.; b: 21De1911, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 17Dec1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery, north of New Berlin, Il.; m: Sarah Glancy on 15Apr1945 (place not stated); fa: Jesse C. Crawford; mo: Minnie Meyer. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; one brother: Edwin Crawford of Jacksonville; and four nieces. Preceded by two brothers: Howard and Ivan.

CRAWFORD, Randell; b: 28May1913, Tompkinsville, Ky.; d: 5Mar1979, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Virginia Roberts (date and place not stated); fa: William Crawford; mo: Mary Poindexter. A resident of Petersburg, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Judy Kay Crawford of Waverly; two brothers: Beck of Springfield and H. T. of Riverton; three half-sisters: Mrs. Jean Clevenger of Franklin and Mrs. Ruth Harris and Mrs. Marie Ross, both of Waverly; six step-daughters: Mrs. Jean Pitchford, Mrs. Jeanette Woods and Mrs. Bonnie Billbrook , all of Waverly, Mrs. Judy Ann Killon of Riverton, Mrs. Gwen Stelte of Riverton and Mrs. Linda Swaggerty of Springfield; a step-son: Larry Crawford of Rochester; 14 grandchildren; and one g-grandchild.

CRAWFORD, Reta Jane (Deck); b: 15Nov1891, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 29Mar1983, Alton, Il.; bu: Upper Alton Cemetery, Alton, Il.; m: 1) Elzie Horace Taylor in Glasgow, Ky.; and 2) George Crawford in Alton, Il. (dates not stated); fa: Charles Daniel Deck; mo: Sarah Elizabeth Barnes. Both husbands preceded in death. Survived by two sons: Charles Perry Taylor and James Horace Taylor; and a daughter: Rita Elizabeth Pitchford, all of the Alton area. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CRAWFORD, Ruth Ann (Childers); b: 7Sep1896, Chatham, Il.; d: 4Dec1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) William J. Flynn (date and place not stated); and 2) Earl Crawford on 29Sep1945 (place not stated); fa: James Monroe Childers; mo: Louella Deever. 1st husband preceded in death in 1944; 2nd died on 24Jul1980. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by three sons: William Flynn of Roodhouse and Franklin Flynn and Russell Flynn, both of Jacksonville; two daughters: Mrs. Charles (Wanda) Ross of Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Ronald (Viola) Greenwood of Jacksonville; two step-daughters: Mrs. Charles (Shirley) Lash of Franklin and Mrs. Henry (Alma) Fulton of Temple, Tex.; one brother: John Childers of Versailles; one sister: Jean Hebblewaite of Tacoma, Wash.; and several grand and g-grandchildren. Preceded by five sons; two step-sons; three brothers and five sisters.

CRAWFORD, Sarah J. (Glancy); b: 21Apr1910, Clermont Co., Ohio; d: 17Jul1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery, New Berlin, Il.; m: Ralph C. Crawford on 15Apr1945 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Harvey M. Glancy; mo: Ida Liming. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by one sister: Mrs. Marjorie E. Stone of Waverly; four nieces.

CRAWFORD, Sarah Mardell (Hicks); b: 22May1921, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 26Jan1987, Jacksonville, Il; bu: Chapin, Il.; m: Byron H. Crawford on 19Feb1946 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Charles Frank Hicks; mo: Nina E. Hicks. Husband preceded in death 25Sep1978. A resident of Chapin, Il. Survived by two sons: Frank Crawford of Chapin and Gordon Blackburn of White Hall; a daughter: Tonette McKune of Jacksonville, N.C.; a step-son: Ron Crawford of Chapin; a step-daughter: Mrs. Frank (Norma) Newbery of Jacksonville; 13 grand and 12 g-grandchildren.

CRAWFORD, Stella Mae (Turner); b:9Nov1889, near Modesto, Il.; d: 21Oct1978, Springfield, Il.; bu: Bull Cemetery; m: Gus Crawford (date and place not stated); fa: William Turner; mo: Amanda Hammer. Husband preceded in death in June, 1956. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Almeda Smith of Auburn; a son: Stanley Crawford of Modesto; three brothers: Jasper and Merle Turner of Auburn, and Carl Turn of Carlinville; a sister: Mrs. Earl Shearburn of Modesto; seven grand and seven g-grandchildren.

CRAWFORD, Tom; b: 26Sep1908, Virginia, Il.; d: 5Nov1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Evelyn Hinner on 26May1934 in Tuscola, Il.; fa: William Crawford; mo: Emma Harrom. A resident of rural Arenzville. Survived by his wife; a son: John E. Crawford of rural Jacksonville; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and a brother: James of Chambersburg. Preceded by one son and two brothers.

CRAWFORD, William E.; b: 7Oct1935, Scott Co., Il.; d: 12Oct1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Susie Snyder on 22Sep1962 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Joe Crawford; mo: Netty Bilyeau. Survived by his wife; his mother; five brothers: Harold of Winchester, Bob of East Alton, Ray of Bluffs, Don of Cisne and Terry of Bethalto; and a sister: Maxine Ghrist of St. Louis.

CRAWLEY, Geneva (Arthur); b: 30Jan1898, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 27Mar1990, rural Jacksonville, Il; m: Samuel Francis Crawley on 2Oct1917 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Frank Arthur; mo: Thana E. Buttes. Husband preceded in death 5Jun1964. Survived by a son: Arthur W. Crawley of Jacksonville; four daughters: Mrs. John (Vivian) White, Mrs. Kenneth (Marie) Robson and Mrs. Cecil (Marjorie) Robson, all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. John (Donna) Cristea of Warrenton, Va.; 7 grandchildren: Lyndal White of Bluffs, Wayne White of Jacksonville, David Robson of Murrayville, Daryl Robson of Jacksonville, Melanie Robson Reavy of Springfield, Linda Cox White of Bloomington and Erika Cristea Payne of Warrenton, Va.; and 11 g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Mrs. Richard ( Wilma) Cox in November, 1986; two brothers; a sister; and three grandsons.

CRAYNE, Earl; b: 2Aug1890 (place not stated); d: 21May1976, Virden, Il.; bu: Panther Creek Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; m: Flossie Loveless in 1920 (place not stated); fa: Frank Crayne; mo: Laura Edmiston. Wife preceded in death in 1968. A resident of Modesto, Il. WWI vet. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Keith (Melba) Berryman of Peoria; two sons: Morris of Springfield and Clarence of Modesto.

CREASEY, Jeremiah Johnes; b: 11Oct1989, Rushville, Il.; d: 11Oct1989, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: Jan Creasey; mo: Lisa Johnes. Survived by his parents; two brothers: Chad and Justin; a sister: Carrie; maternal grandparents: Othmer and Shirley Johnes of Rushville; paternal great-grandmother: Naomi Acton of Auburn; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

CREASON, William A.; b: 11Sep1920, Greensburg, Ky,; d: 28Jul1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Aetna Grove Cemetery, Greensburg, Ky.; m: (not stated); fa: Tom Creason; mo: Sinthia Estes. WWII Army vet. Survived by three sons: David Alvin Creason of Bear Valley, Calif., Anthony Wayne Creason of Springfield and Timothy Creason of Rushville; two daughters: Shirley Ann Tavendar and Billie Jo Creason, both of Springfield; 15 grandchildren; three brothers: Jesse David Creason of Gray, Ga., Anthony Creason of Summersville, Ky., and Jimm Creason of Greensburg, Ky.; and three sisters: Ann Durrett and Lillie Milby, both of Summersville, Ky., and Lettie Carter of Campbellsville, Ky.

CREED, Anna Elizabeth (DeWitt); b: 29Feb1892, Campbellsville, Ky.; d: 11Jul1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, Ashland, I.; m: George J. Creed (date and place ot stated); fa: John DeWitt; mo: Creacy Skaggs. Husband preceded in death in 1971. A resident of rural Ashland, Il. Survived by one son: Walter John of rural Ashland; one sister: Mrs. Mayme McDaniel of Jacksonville; two grand and four g-grandchildren; two brothers: Richard and Robert DeWitt of Jacksonville. Preceded by two brothers and two sisters.

CREED, Curtis; b: 27Jan1899, Cairo, Mo.; d: 12Apr1988, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Beardstown, Il.; m: Mae Emma Tillitt on 16Apr1927 in Detroit, Mich.; fa: George Creed; mo: Ophelia Halliburton. Survived by his wife; several nieces and nephews, including the Tillitt family of Beardstown. Preceded by five sisters and eight brothers.

CREED, David Lee; b: 6Jan1971, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 27Nov1994, north of Ashland, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, rural Pleasant Plains, Il.; fa: James W. Creed; mo: Della Thompson. A resident of rural Ashland. Survived by his parents of Ashland; a brother: Brian Creed of Ashland; his maternal grandparents; Curt and Juanita Thompson of Chandlerville; his fiancÚ: Angela Roberts of Ashland; an aunt: Mrs. James (Ruth Ann) Aggertt of Jacksonville; an uncle: Spencer "Hank" Thompson of Kilbourne; and several cousins. Preceded by his paternal grandparents: Walter John and Gladys Creed.

CREED, Joseph Thomas; b: 27Jul1913, O'Fallon, Il.; d: 14Aug1983, Springfield, Il; bu: Auburn, Il.; m: Florence Brendel (date and place not stated); fa: James Edward Creed; mo: Maggie Mae Scott. A resident of Auburn, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Miss Patsy J. Creed of Santa Anna, Calif.; one son: Roland "Ron" Creed of Auburn; one sister: Mildred Brown of O'Fallon; one brother: James E. Creed of Monterey, Calif.; and one grandson.

CREED, Marguerite A. (Thomas); b: 5Nov1899, Danville, Il.; d; 26Nov1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ashland, Il.; m: Harvey Creed (date and place not stated); fa: William A. Thomas; mo: Esther Lock. Husband preceded in death in 1973. A resident of Ashland, Il. Survived by a son: William R. of Oklahoma City, Okla.; a step-son: Harvey L. Creed, Jr. of Tahlequah, Okla.; two half-sisters: Mrs. Lennox of Brandenton, Fla., and Mrs. Dorothy Trotter of Buffalo; one grandchild; one step-grandchild; and four step-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother: Earl Thomas.

CREED, Walter John; b; 16Oct1917, Prentice, Il.; d: 20Oct1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, near Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: 1) Gladys Myers on 3Jul1941 in Missouri; and 2) Bernadine McNeal on 5Aug1975 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: George J. Creed; mo: Anna DeWitt. 1st wife preceded in death 28May1974. A resident of Virginia, Il.; formerly of rural Ashland, Il. Survived by his wife of the Heritage Manor in Beardstown; one son: James (wife Della) W. Creed of rural Ashland; one daughter: Mrs. James (Ruth Ann) Aggertt of Jacksonville; and four grandchildren.

CREMEENS, Warren E.; b: 4Jan1923, Springerton, Il.; d: 24Sep1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Springerton, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Lyle Cremeens; mo: Leona Springer. WII vet. Survived by three children: Rodney of Jacksonville, Mrs. Loren (Gina Kay) Ripple of Kankakee and Kevin of Springerton; a brother: James of Theodore, Ala.; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Preceded by a sister and two daughters.

CRENSHAW, Debra Lynn (Leerhoff); b: 23May1961, Quincy, Il.; d: 5Jul1994, Rushville, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery, Hersman, Il.; m: Fred Crenshaw on 13Jun1981 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Ralph Leerhoff, Jr.; mo: Marilyn Jeanette Bullard. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by her husband; her parents of Versailles; one daughter: Michele Lynn Crenshaw, at home; two step-sons: Mike Crenshaw of Meredosia and Blake Crenshaw of Hersman; one step-daughter: Lisa Crenshaw of Hersman; maternal grandparents: Mr.& Mrs. Harry Bullard of Timewell; one brother: Randy Leerhoff of Ripley; two sisters: Cheryl Leerhoff of Mt. Sterling and Wanda Fry of Versailles; two nephews and three nieces. Preceded by paternal grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Fred Leerhoff; and one aunt.

CRENSHAW, Fred E., Sr.; b: 24Apr1922, Eastwood, Mo.; d: 26Nov1984, Rushville Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: 1) Virginia Hendricks (date and place not stated); and 2) Myrtle Morris on 14Jul1979 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Joseph Crenshaw; mo: Sophia Allen. 1st wife preceded in death in 1970. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Freddie Crenshaw of Hersman; one daughter: Mrs. Kay Burnside of Rushville; three step-daughters: Mrs. Kay Lawson of Beardstown, Mrs. Betty Campbell and Lori Morris, both at home; nine grandchildren; one step-grandchild; one brother: Leo Crenshaw of Jacksonville; one sister: Mrs. Pauline Stevenson of Ripley; and one half-brother: R. B. Newman of Stover, Mo.

CRENSHAW, Gideon Ray; b: 16Sep1994, Springfield, Il.; d: 16Sep1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Messerer Cemetery, near Frederick, Il.; fa: Eric Crenshaw; mo: Rebecca Utter. Survived by his parents; one half-brother: Christopher Crenshaw, at home; one half-sister: Courtney Crenshaw, at home; grandparents: Charles, Jr. and Lucile Utter of Camden, Nancy Mahan of Rushville, Raymond Crenshaw of Astoria; and great-grandparents: Herschel and Eva Trone of Rushville, Verona Crenshaw of Bader and Elsie Robinson of Camden.

CRENSHAW, Leo L.; b: 8Nov1917, Independence, Mo.; d: 10Feb1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Juanita Hendricks on 16Dec1940 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Joseph Crenshaw; mo: Sophia Allen. Survived by his wife; five sons: Larry Crenshaw, Richard Crenshaw, Danny Crenshaw, Bobby Crenshaw and Scott Crenshaw, all of Jacksonville; three daughters: Mrs. Michael (Judy) Smith of Rushville, Mrs. Richard (Alice) Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Glenn (Darlene) McMurl of Jacksonville; 16 grandchildren; and one g-grandchild; a sister: Pauline Stevenson of Ripley; and a half-brother: Aubrey Newman of Stover, Mo. Preceded by 11 brothers and three sisters.

CRESS, Elgin R.; b: 3Feb1918, Cypress, Il.; d: 15Sep1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville Il.; m: Helen Louise McHendry on 1Jan1945 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Toby Cress; mo: Elizabeth Adeline Turner. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Jess (Shiela) Chapman of Jacksonville and Mrs. John (Trudy) Rockell of Chesapeake, Va.; three grandchildren; and a sister: Hazel File of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother: Milford Cress.

CRESS, Elizabeth "Addie" (Turner); b: 4Aug1897, Cypress, Il.; d: 15Dec1982, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Robert Marion "Toby" Cress in 1912 at Cypress, Il.; fa: Marshall Turner; mo: Ellen Holt. Husband preceded in death 29Nov1967. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by two sons: Milford Cress of Barry and Elgin Cress of Jacksonville; and one daughter: Mrs. Hazel File of Jacksonville; two granddaughters and three g-grandchildren.

CRESS, Harold D.: b: 7Sep1906, Litchfield, Il.; d: 25Jul1984, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Miller Cemetery, Atlas, Il.; m: Eva Marshall on 11Apr1922 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Walter Cross; mo: Maude Taylor. A resident of Atlas, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Walter Cress of Pleasant Hill and Larry Cress of rural Rockport; a step-son: Ray Marshall of Zionsville, Ind.; a daughter: Mrs. Jean Graham of Atlas; a step-daughter: Mrs. Marie Lawson of Atlas; 12 grand and 14 g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Loeva Melchert and Mrs. Almyra Lloyd, both of Litchfield.

CRESS, Milford W. "Bill"; b: 18Aug1914, Cypress, Il.; d: 19Feb1996, Quincy, Il.; bu: Park Land Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Doris (surname not stated) on 9Jul1949 in Barry, Il.; fa: Robert Tobias Cress; mo: Addie Elizabeth Turner. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by his wife; one brother: Robert Elgin Cress of Jacksonville; one sister: Hazel File, also of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CRESS, Wayne; b: 7Feb1925, Litchfield, Il.; d: 12Jan1995, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Cress Hill Cemetery, Hillsboro, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Charles Wesley Cress; mo: Mary Jane Laurent. A resident of Palestine, Il.; formerly of Litchfield, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his parents; one son: Kenney W. Cress of Litchfield; two daughters: Janis Cole of Jacksonville and Melanie Cress of Fieldon; two brothers: Charles W. Cress of Hull and Hugh H. Cress of Litchfield; two sisters: Wanda (husband, Earl) Hesterberg of St. Peters, Mo., and Doris (husband, Wayne) Cain of Champaign; six grandchildren; and one g-grandchild.

CRESSLER, Bertha C. (Tozer); b: 5Sep1882, Petersburg, Il.; d: 7Feb1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Graceland Cemetery, Decatur, Il.; m: John W. Cressler (date and place not stated); fa: William H. Tozer; mo: Priscilla Batterton. Husband preceded in death in 1944. A former resident of Decatur and Petersburg. Survived by a son: Claire W. Cressler of Akron, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews.

CREVISTON, Beverly A. (Hull); b: 20Feb1943, Buckley, Il.; d: 25Sep1992, Bloomington, Il.; bu: (not stated); fa: Leonard Hull; mo: Selma Speche. Survived by her mother of Buckley; two sons: Barry Creviston and Casey Van Hook, both of Bloomington; two daughters: Penny Creviston of Peoria and Patti Creviston of Bloomington; three brothers: David Hull of Morrow, Ga., James Hull of Buckley and Larry Hull of Hurst, Tex.; four sisters: Eileen Scheiwe and Betty Hull, both of Pittsfield, Diana Cordes of Kankakee and Kay Horn of Dieterich; and two grandchildren. Preceded by her father and two brothers.

CREWS, Elda Anna(Reining); b: 16Oct1898, near Beardstown, Il.; d: 11Oct1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Arthur Allen Crews on 18Apr1916 at St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Charles Reining; mo: Emma Jane Morgan. Husband preceded in death in 1966. A former resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Opal Louise Allen of Jacksonville; a son: Frank Herschel Crews of Meredosia; four granddaughters and several g-grandchildren. Preceded by three sons: Ray, Warren and Byron; three brothers; and five sisters.

CREWS, Frank H.; b: 30Aug1920, Meredosia, Il.; d: 21Mar1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: 1) Geneva Mefford in 1939 (place not stated); and 2) Christine Thurman Watkins on 13Feb1976 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Arthur Crews; ;mo: Elda Reining. 1st wife preceded in death in 1973. A resident of Meredosia, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two step-children: Mrs. Darren (Paula) Lorenz of Keokuk, Iowa and James Watkins of Fountain Green; four grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; one sister: Opal Allen of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews, including Marla Hankins of Franklin. Preceded by three brothers.

CREWS, Lorena Mae "Wheat" (Black); b: 3May1914, Philadelphia, Il.; d: 25Jan1994, Louisiana, Mo.; bu: Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, Mo.; m: Raymond Crews on 27Oct1942 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Frank Black; mo: Ina (surname not stated). A resident of Columbia, Mo.; formerly of Louisiana, Mo and Jacksonville, Il. Survived by one son: George "Bill" Heusted of Columbia, Mo.; one sister: Viola Harden of Pekin; two granddaughters; three grandsons; and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Charles Heusted; three sisters: Edna Smith, Alice Virgin and Polly Hankens; and one granddaughters.

CREWS, Mark; b: 10Aug1958, Beardstown, Il.; d: 20Jan1988, rural Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Melanie Meyer on 25Jun1978, near Arenzville, Il.; fa: Sylvan "Bud" Crews; mo: Dolores McClanahan. A resident of rural Beardstown; was murdered by David W. Shoemaker of Virginia, who was hired by Melanie Crews. Survived by his wife; one son: Jason, at home; his parents of rural Beardstown; and a brother: Doug of Loveland, Colo.

CREWS, Minnie A. (Reining); b: 7Jan1897, Cass Co., Il.; d: 2Oct1983, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Black Oak Church cemetery; m: Joseph Crews on 14Jul1914 in Cass Co., Il.; fa: Charles Reining; mo: Emma Morgan. Husband preceded in death 23Mar1964. A resident of the Black Oak area, south of Beardstown, Il. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Clifford Plunkett of Arenzville, Mrs. Harold Martin of Meredosia, and Mrs. LaRoy Avery of Washington; two sons: Slyvan Crews of Beardstown and Francis Crews of Bucklin, Mo.; 18 grand, 25 g-grand and seven g-g-grandchildren; four sisters: Lizzie Turner and Evaline Rowe, both of Winchester, Elda Crews of Jacksonville and Augusta Davis of Beardstown; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by one son, one son in infancy, one daughter, one grandson, two granddaughters, two g-grandsons, one g-granddaughter, three brothers and one sister.

CRIDER, Velvia Leona (Wagner); b: 9Sep1913, Vienna, Mo.; d: 12Aug1976, Fishhook, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery; m: Curtis C. Crider on 7Oct1930 in Vienna, Mo.; fa: Alfred Wagner; mo: Nora Pest. A resident of Fishhook, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Herschel (Freda) Scott of Fishhook, Mrs. Jack (Verna) McGraw of Liberty; one son: Leroy Crider of Loraine; and one foster son: Rodney Kelley of Fishhook; 12 grand and five g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Dolly Crum of Vienna, Mo., and Mrs. Etta Stratman of Jefferson City, Mo.

CRIM, Paul W.; b: (not stated); d: 12Sep1981, Columbus, Ohio; bu: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; sons: Guthrie and Douglas Crim, all of Columbus; and a sister in Cleveland, Ohio.

CRISP, Samuel; b: 7Jun1941 (place not stated); d: 10Oct1987, Sandusky, Il.; bu: Mound City National Cemetery, Mound City, Il.; m; (not stated); fa: Calvin Crisp; mo: Addie (surname not stated). A resident of Sandusky, Il. Korean War Army vet. Survived by three sons: Sandray, Anthony and Tony, all of North Hollywood, Calif.; two daughters: Felica Stanball of Jacksonville and Cambreil Spence of Sandusky; three sisters: Inez Brown and Azalea Criss, both of Jacksonville, and Shirley Wilkins of Benton Harbor, Mich.; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his parents.

CRISS, Addie L. (Simpson); b: 22Aug1910, Tiptonville, Tenn.; d: 27May1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Calvin Criss (date and place not stated); fa: Harry Simpson; mo: Willie (surname not stated). Husband preceded in death in 1946. Surviving are three daughters: Inez Brown of Jacksonville, Shirley Wilkins of Benton Harbor, Mich., Azalea Criss of Jacksonville; one son: Samuel Criss of Tamms, Illinois; 27 grand and 15 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one grandson and one g-granddaughter.

CRISS, Elmer; b: 25Feb1880, Pike Co., Il.; d: 18Feb1979, Barry, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: 1) Florence Ladow in 1908 (place not stated); and 2) Ethel White (date and place not stated); fa: William Criss; mo: Lyda Winget. 1st wife preceded in death in 1959; 2nd in 1977. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived from the first marriage are: a son: Paul of Springfield; a daughter: Ruth Koepp of Sacramento, Calif.; four grand and seven g-grandchildren.

CRISS, Ethel (White): b: 27Dec1888, Pike Co., Il.; d: 28Aug1977, Pike Co., Il.; bu: Taylor-Martin Cemetery; m: 1) Herman Garner in 1906; and 2) Elmer Criss in 1939 (date and places not stated); fa: Richard White; mo: Emma Berry. 1st husband preceded in death in 1928. A resident of Pittsfield, Il. Survived by her husband; these children: Wendell Garner of El Dara, Richard Garner of Washington, Il., Charlene Smith of Summer Hill, and Leola Sack of Columbia, Mo.; 8 grand and 14 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two daughters.

CRISS, Evelyn R. (Roberts); b: 23Nov1910, Independence, Mo.; d: 18Jul1996, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Burbridge Cemetery, Martinsburg, Il.; m: Virgil Criss on 26Jan1930 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: James F. Roberts; mo: Martha Willard. Survived by her husband; three daughters: Mrs. Scott (Lois) Payne of Rockport, Mrs. Wayne (Martha Gerald "Judy") Dunham and Mrs. Keith (Carole) Elledge, both of Pittsfield; eight grand, 11 g-grand, three g-g-grandchildren; seven step-g-grandchildren and one step-g-g-grandchild.

CRIST, Rev. G. M.; b: 18Jan1926, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 3May1983, Palmyra, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery; m: Thelma Mae Baker on 25Mar1944 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: L. H. Crist; mo: Cora M. Cook. Survived by his wife; four daughters: Linda Graczky of St. Louis, Elaine McCall of Madisonville, Ky., Jeanne Swanson of Palmyra and Holly Crist of Plamyra; three sons: T. Michael of Roseland, La., John R. of Medora, and Gary L. of Manhattan, Kans.; two brothers: John and Wayne Crist of St. Louis; one sister: Marcelene Snider of Ohio; and 13 grandchildren.

CRIST, Leona Mae (Barnett); b: 20May1905, Greene Co., Il.; d: 1Mar1986, Greenville Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery; m: Walter C. Crist in November, 1925 at Carrollton, Il.; fa: Meade Barnett; mo: Ida Mae Dorks. Husband preceded in death in 1946. A resident of Rockbridge, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Douglas (Doris) Marti of Greenville; one son: Donald of East Alton; four grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Roy (Vivian) Walters of Medora; and one brother: Hurshal Barnett of Milan.

CRISWELL, K. Y.; b: 28Jan1901, Ky.; d: 17Jan1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; fa: Ike Criswell; mo: Julia Ann Jones. A resident of White Hall, Il., making his home for many years with Marguerite Marsh. Vet. Survived by two half-sisters: Vena Watson of Waynesville, Ohio and Ludia Watson of Coopersville, Ind.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a sister and a brother.

CRITCHFIELD, Rena; b: 8Jan1886, Tiskilwa, Il.; d: 25Sep1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: William Henry Critchfield; mo: Viola Cooper. A former resident of Fairbury, Il. {No survivors listed}

CROCKER, Arthur; b: 7Oct1904, Macoupin Co., Il.; d: 20Jul1982, Godfrey, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Forrest Willetta McLamarah in 1931 at Jersey Co., Il.; fa: Carl Crocker; mo: Electra Andrews. A resident of White Hall, Il. Surviving are his wife; one son: Harold C. Crocker of Roodhouse; one step-son: Charles A. Scoggins of Godfrey, Il.; one step-daughter: Mrs. Donald (Ruth) Wellinger of San Dumas, Calif.; 8 grand and 9 g-grandchildren; one brother: Charles W. Crocker of Hillview; and several nieces and nephews.

CROCKER, Charles T.; b: 25Sep1902, Greene Co., Il.; d: 2Jan1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; fa: Carl Crocker; mo: Electra Andrews. A resident of Hillview, Il. {No survivors listed} Preceded by one sister: Annie; and three brothers: Jim Ralph and Arthur.

CROCKER, Lester L.; b: 23Jul1923, Wood River, Il.; d: 18Sep1989, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Borlin Cemetery, southwest of Carrollton, Il.; m: Flossie Varble on 5Sep1947 in Wood River, Il.; fa: Lester Crocker; mo: Stella Smith. A resident of Girard; formerly of Eldred, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Gloria Shireman of Carrollton and Rita Goodwin of Carlinville; two sons: Larry Crocker of Eldred and Bab Varble of Florida; eight grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; and three sisters: Hilda Mihalich of Bethalto, Rose Plesek of California and Mable Alice of Wood River. Preceded by a sister: Doris Holoway.

CROGER, Ellanora D. (Stuart); b: 30Nov1937, Utica, Il.; d: 8May1996, Jacksonville, Il; bu: Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Il.; m: Troy Gene Croger on 6Jul1963 (place not stated); fa: Carl E. Stuart; o: Dorothea M. Frost. Husband preceded in death 12May1974. A former resident of the Mattoon area. Survived by two brothers: Carl E. Stuart of Rockford and the Rev. Samuel L. (wife, Eloise) Stuart of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CROMWELL, Hazel M. (James); b: 3Nov1899, near Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1Sep1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Olive L. Cromwell on 2Apr1927 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Clifford E. James; mo: Nellie M. Pruett. Husband preceded in death 17May1981. Survived by two sisters: Gladys Adkins of Ashland and Mrs. William (Dorothy) Hodgson of Jacksonville; one brother: Carl James of Jacksonville; and two nephews. Preceded by two brothers and one sister.

CROMWELL, Lloyd S.; b: 25Dec1896, Pisgah, Il.; d: 8Jan1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Helen Cannon on 23Jun1943 (place not stated); fa: Sanford Cromwell; mo: Mary Ann Cockin. Wife preceded in death 21Oct1973. Survivors include a daughter: Mrs. Fred (Lois) VanBebber of Jacksonville; a sister: Agnes Hughes of Jacksonville; and one grandchild. Preceded by a brother: Oliver.

CROMWELL, Oliver G.; b: 4Jan1989, DeWitt Co., Il.; d: 5Jan1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Kenney, Il.; fa: John W. Cromwell; mo: Olive Todd. Survived by a sister: Hazel Wene of Riverview, Fla. Preceded by a sister and a brother.

CROMWELL, Oliver Leslie; b: 24Mar1903, near Jacksonville, Il.; d: 17May1981, Jacksonville, Il.; d: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Hazel James on 2Apr1927 (place not stated); fa: Sanford O. Cromwell; mo: Mary Cockin. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; a brother: Lloyd Cromwell; a sister: Mrs. Agnes Hughes; and a niece: Mrs. Fred (Lois) VanBebber, all of Jacksonville.

CRONE, Edward E.; b: 28Jun1914, Jerseyville, Il.; d: 12Nov1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Vera V. Rudder on 6Feb1943 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: A. E. Crone; mo: Martha DeLong. A resident of rural Greenfield, Il. WWII vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Edward B. and David, both of Jerseyville, ad Kevin of Greenfield; and six grandchildren.

CRONE, Vera (Rudder); b: 3Sep1921, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 23Jan1990, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Edward E. Crone on 6Feb1943 in St. Charles, Mo.; fa: Ernest B. Rudder; mo: Stella Clark. Husband preceded in death 12Nov1986. A resident of Greenfield, Il. Survived by three sons: Edward B. and David, both of Jerseyville, and Kevin Crone of Greenfield; seven grandchildren; and two sisters: Loretta Shipp and Mrs. Lloyd (Helen) Johnson, both of Granite City. Preceded by a grandchild; two sisters: and a brother.

CRONE, Victor E.; b: 15Jun1905, Brooklyn, Il.; d: 7Sep1984, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Brooklyn Cemetery; fa: Major S. Crone; mo: Cora Lantz. WWII Army vet. Survived by one brother: Bernard Crone of Fairmont, N.C.; one sister: Mabel Vance of Macomb; four nephews; and two nieces. Preceded by his parents; two brothers; and one sister.

CRONIN, Florentine; b: 14Apr1900, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 6Aug1990, Mt. Sterling, Il; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Stephen Cronin; mo: Mary Emily Bordenkircher. Survived by a nephew: Dan Cronin of St. Louis, Mo.; four nieces: Mrs. Dennis (Pat) Pope of Peoria, Mrs. Gary (Peggy) Wagner of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ron (Cathy) Green of Springfield; and several cousins. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CRONIN, George F.; b: 24Jun1909, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 23Nov1984, Rushville, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling Il.; m: Josephine Marley on 26Oct1940 in Nokomis, Il.; fa: Stephen Cronin; mo: Emily Bordenkircher. Wife preceded in death on 2Oct1982. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by one son: Daniel of St. Louis; four daughters: Mrs. Dennis (Patricia) Pope of Peoria, Mrs. Gary (Margaret) Wagner of Alton Mrs. Joseph (Lucy) Stone of Defiance, Mo., and Mrs. Ronald (Kathleen) Green of Springfield; two grandchildren; one sister: Florentine Cronin of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by two sisters.

CRONIN, Josephine L. (Marley); b: 23Apr1917, Nokomis, Il.; d: 2Oct1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: George F. Cronin on 26Oct1940 in Nokomis, Il.; fa: Bernard Marley; mo: Lucia Gleich. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by her husband; a son: Daniel of Carlinville; four daughters: Mrs. Gary (Margaret) Wagner of Murrayville, Mrs. Dennis (Patricia) Pope of Red Bud, Mrs. Joseph (Lucy) Stone of Ferguson, Mo., and Mrs. Ronald (Kathleen) Green of Jacksonville; six brothers: Bernard Marley of Fillmore, Clement and Carl Marley, both of Nokomis, Raymond and Paul Marley, both of Oconee and James Marley of Decatur; three sisters: Mrs. Charles (Lucia) Johnson of Nokomis, Mrs. Jesse (Teresa) Knobloch of Mountain Grove, Mo., and Mrs. William (Mary) Weihmeir of Broadhead, Wisc.; and a granddaughter: Meghan Green.

CRONIN, Rosalie A. (Hanlon); b: 3May1896, Carrollton, Il.; d: 21Mar1991, Carrollton, IL.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery, Carrollton, IL.; m: Thomas Cronin on 25Jun1919 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: John Hanlon; mo: Bridget Hughes. Husband preceded in death 15Feb1934. Survived by three daughters: Rosemary Frede of Florissant, Mo., Dorothy Neubauer of Springfield and Phyllis Cronin of Carlinville; two sons: Joe Cronin of Carrollton and Bob Cronin of Summit; 16 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Marie and Pat Hanlon, both of Carrollton. Preceded by two sons: Tom and John Cronin; a grandson: Jim Neubauer; and three brothers.

CRONIN, Theresa E. (Cunningham); b: 10Jan1894, near Wright, Il.; d: 13Jul1994, Carrollton, Il.; bu: St. John's Catholic Church cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Phillip Cronin on 21Apr1920 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: George Cunningham; mo: Emily Kaleher. Husband preceded in death 9Jul1974. Survived by nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Fred and George Cunningham; and three sisters: Margaret Siemer, Lilly Kelly and Louise Kuhnline.

CRONKHITE, Grace E. (Edgerley); b: (not stated); d: 21May1981, Eureka, Il.; bu: Olio Cemetery, Eureka, Il.; m: Leroy Cronkhite (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Eureka; formerly a long-time resident of Jacksonville, Il.; was 88 years of age at death. Survived by a son: The Rev. Leroy Cronkhite of Chicago; two daughters: Miss Violet Cronkhite of Niantic and Miss Pearl Cronkhite of Eureka; a brother: Arthur Edgerley of Phoenix, Ariz.; and a granddaughter.

CROOK, Ada Berniece (Lee); b: 13Nov1929, Salem, Mo.; d: 29Jan1992, Quincy, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Lawrence Crook on 13Sep1945 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Walter Lee; mo: Sarah Catherine (surname not stated). A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by her husband; seven daughters: Sue Sides of Vandale, Ark., Mary Ellen Crowe of Bushnell, Becky Grief of Wynne, Ark., Dorothy Brohe of Columbia, Mo. and Sandy Blackorby, Vada Williams and Katy Williams, all of Barry; four sons: Larry Crook of Rushville, Tom Crook of Nebo, David Crook of Bushnell and Donald Crook of Barry; 25 grand, several step-grand and six g-grandchildren; and a sister: Arizona Denkins of St. Louis. Preceded by one grandson; two brothers; and one sister.

CROOK, Charles W.; b: 8Sep1958, Illinois; d: 23Dec1982, Cass Co., Il.; bu: Messerer Cemetery; fa: Charles W. Crook, Sr.; mo: Frances Ann Moore. A resident of rural Rushville, Il. Survived by his parents of rural Rushville; two sisters: Mrs. David (Judy) McCurdy of Rushville; and Mrs. Arlen (Joyce) LeBegue of Shelbyville; five brothers: Harry of Beardstown, and Michael, Roger, John and Jim, all of Rushville; his paternal grandmother: Mrs. Vada Crook of Pleasant Hill.

CROOK, Veda E. (Fowler); b: 21May1907, Maysville, Il.; d: 15Feb1985, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m; Joseph Crook in 1922 in Griggsville, Il.; fa: Harry Fowler; mo: Gertrude Higgerson. Husband preceded in death in 1963. A resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by three sons: Lawrence of El Dara, Charles of Rushville and Jessie of Atlas; three daughters: Mrs. Josephine Murphy of Bluffs, Mrs. Dora M. Peas of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Mrs. Charlotte Smith of Atlas; a brother: George Fowler of Perry; 30 grand and numerous great-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Harry.

CROOKS, Virginia (George); b: 23Aug1908, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 10Nov1995, Quincy, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling Il.; m: Francis Richard Crooks on 7Apr1924 (place not stated); fa: Emil George; mo: Emma Avery. Husband preceded in death 14Feb1969. A resident of the Good Shepherd Home of Golden, Il.; formerly of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by six sons: Richard Wayne of LaPrairie, Gerald Laverne of Rushville, Norlyn Eugene of Lansing, Kans., Marvin Albert of Reynolds, Ronald Lee of LaPrairie, and Kenneth Lyle Crooks of Elgin; two daughters: Juanite Rose Roate and Virginia Kay Pendleton, both of Clayton; 31 grand, 42 g-grand and three g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by three children: Robert Edwin Crooks, Mildred Maxine Jones and Francis Ray Crooks; and four grandchildren.

CROPP, Enrest T., Sr.; b: 4Mar1910, Elsberry Mo.; d: 7Jan1994, Hannibal, Mo.;bu: Curryville, Mo.; m: Lonie Victoria Reed on 9Jun1947 in Kansas City, Mo.; fa: George Nolan Cropp; mo: Annie May Cannon. Wife preceded in death 12Sep1978. A resident of Bowling Green, Mo. Survived by two sons: Ernest T. Cropp, Jr. and William E. Cropp, both of Curryville, Mo.; one daughter: Albert Cropp of Jacksonville; two grandchildren; and one brother: Isaac Cropp of Springfield. Preceded by one son: Robert Nolan Cropp; two daughters: Barbara Faye Cropp and Shirley Ann Cropp; two sisters: Alberta Cropp Pettis and Alcina Cropp; and three brothers: George, James ad Edward Cropp.

CROSBY, Elma Marie (Thornton); b: 28Jun1904, Nebo, Il.; d: 2Oct1976, near Killeen, Texas; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: 1) Ray Moore in 1923 (place not stated); and 2) (first name not stated) Crosby (date and place not stated); fa: William J. Thornton; mo: Ida Smith. 1st husband preceded in death in 1927. A former resident of Nebo, Il. Survived by a son: Thornton Moore of Waco, Tex.; two brothers: Kenneth Thornton of Moline and William Thornton of Pittsfield; a sister: Mrs. Archie (Leota) Collins of Pittsfield; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

CROSE, Helen (Albright); b: 26Mar1914, Bluffs, Il.; d: 9Apr1995, Pacoima, Calif.; bu: San Fernando, Calif.; m: Frank Crose (date and place not stated); fa: E C. Albright; mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death. Survived by two daughters: Barbara Jean and Joann; 11 grand and nine g-grandchildren; one brother: Robert Albright of Annadale, Va.; and three sisters: Ruth Smith of Quincy, Florence Morris of Porterville, Calif., and Alice Freesen of Jacksonville. Preceded by one son; one daughter; and two brothers: Irvin and Jay.

CROSIER, Vail; b: 20Jan1892, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 14Jan1987, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery; m: Goldie Rittenhouse on 25Sep1914 (place not stated); fa: Robert Crosier; mo: Nettie Wheelhouse. Wife preceded in death in 1967. Survived by three sons: Francis of Canton, Robert of Hobart, Ind., and Donald of Rushville; four daughters: Mrs. John (Dorothy) Huggins of Canton, Mrs. Pauline Doyle of Portage, Ind., Mrs. John (Betty) Foote of Mt. Sterling, and Mrs. Ray (Alice) Cunningham of Mt. Sterling; 22 grand and several great and great-great-grandchildren. Preceded by one son and two brothers.

CROSS, George W.; b: 3Dec1909, Brown Co., Il.; d: 29Nov1990, Rushville, Il.; bu: Cooperstown, Il.; m: Lillian Morrell (date and place not stated); fa: Charles F. Cross; mo: Dora Ann Evans. Wife preceded in death 10Feb1988. A resident of Versailles, Il. Survived by two children: Essie Mattson and George O. Cross, both of Versailles; one sister: Alice Quinn of Versailles; five grand and seven g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter: Alice; two brothers; and two sisters.

CROSS, Henry E.; b: 24Nov1896, Brown Co., Il.; d: 19Nov1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Cooperstown, Il.; fa: Charles Cross; mo: Dora Evans. A resident of Brown Co., Il. Survived by a brother: George W. Cross of Versailles; and a sister: Mrs. Alice Quinn of Springfield. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CROSS, Joann (Farrell); b: 23Apr1937, Pearl, Il.; d: 29Mar1990, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Fred Cross on 14Nov1956 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Harry Farrell; mo; Josephine Todd. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by her husband; her father of Eldon, Mo.; two daughters: Mrs. Delbert (Joann) Price of Rockport and Mrs. Victor (Georgia) Gottman of Hull; four sons: Jonathan and Robert, both of Barry, Fred of New Mexico and Henry Cross of Quincy; 11 grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Tom (Marge) Kelly of Chattanooga and Mrs. David (Betty) Bradshaw of Quincy; and two brothers: Robert Farrell of Rock Island and Larry Farrell of Quincy. Preceded by her mother; a son: George Frederick Cross; and two brothers: Forrest and Patrick Farrell.

CROSS, Jon; b: 4Nov1961, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 13Jan1991, Barry, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Rebecca M. DeBlase on 20Mar1983 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Fred Cross; mo: Joann Farrell. Survived by his wife; his father of Barry; two sisters: Mrs. Delbert (Joann) Price of Rockport and Mrs. Victor (Georgia) Gottman of Hull; three brothers: Robert of Barry, Fred of New Mexico and Henry of Quincy; and several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. Preceded by his mother; his maternal grandmother: Josephine Farrell; his paternal grandparents: George and Clara Mae Cross; and one brother: George Frederick.

CROSS, Lillian (Morrell); b: 9Jul1914, Brown Co., Il.; d: 10Feb1988, Quincy, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: George W. Cross (date and place not stated); fa: Charles Morrell; mo: Meda Bell. A resident of the Grandview Manor Nursing Home at Camp Point, Il.; formerly of Versailles, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Harold (Essie) Clark of Peoria; one son: George O. Cross of Versailles; two brothers: Harlan Morrell of Rushville and Loren Morrell of Beardstown; two sisters: Mrs. Hildreth Baze of Palmyra, Mo., and Mrs. Esther Ackerman of California; and five grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers.

CROSSMAN, Rev. Donald E.; b: 8Mar1917, Time, Il.; d: 21Jul1986, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Harriett Martin on 11Jun1938 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Rev. Leo Crossman; mo: Mary Etta Browning. A resident of White Hall, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; five children: Toby Neil Crossman of LaCrosse, Wisc., Mrs. Gordon (Donna) Nash of Honolulu, Hawaii, Mrs. Lanny (Diana) Bunfill of Quincy, Richard H. Crossman of Fontana, Calif., and Wayne R. Crossman of Exeter; 16 grand and 6 g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Harold (Aileen) Crum of Rock Bridge, Mrs. Calvin (Virginia) Kelley and Mrs. Kenneth (Marylee) Crabtree, both of White Hall.

CROSSMAN, Opal E. (Smith); b: 21Apr1906, near Pleasant Hill, Il.; d: 11Mar1989, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Burbridge Cemetery, Martinsburg, Il.; m: Edward H. Crossman on 18Jan1923 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Melvin Garfield Smith; mo: Ida Mae Neese. Husband preceded in death 11Mar1980. A resident of Pittsfield; formerly of Nebo, Il.

CROSSON, Bertha "Tiny" Havens (Smith); b: 28Jun1917, Madison Co., Il.; d: 2Jan1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Bloomfield Cemetery, near Winchester, Il.; m: 1) Bert "Rube" Havens on 10Dec1934 in Pittsfield, Il.; and 2) (not stated) ; fa: Warren Smith; mo: Nettie Stice. 1st husband preceded in death 9Sep1964. A resident of Jacksonville; formerly of Scott Co., Il. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Evelyn Spaulding of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ted (Donna) McDonald of Olathe, Kansas and Mrs. Ralph (Linda) Black of Springfield; two sons: Ray Dean Havens of rural Murrayville and Lloyd Havens of Woodson; 10 grand and three g-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Ralph (Frances) Brown of rural Winchester; a half-brother: Edward Smith of Winchester; and a step-sister: Mrs. Robert (Jo) Taylor of Jacksonville. Preceded by one daughter: four brothers; and one half-brother.

CROTCHETT, James Lee; b: 24Nov1901, Woodville, Il.; d: 8Sep1992, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Emeline Abbott on 4Dec1926 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Perry Lee Crotchett; mo: Sophia Scoggins. A resident of Kane, Il. Survived by his wife; four sons: Louis J. and Delbert, both of Kane, and Paul and Russell, both of Jerseyville; 13 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; a sister: Hazel Krause of Shipman; and two brothers: Thomas of Fieldon and Lawrence of Jerseyville. Preceded by three brothers: Ross, Arnold and Melvin; and two sisters: Anna Hyde and Dimple Charlton.

CROTHERS, Frances M. (Martin); b: 6Jan1910, Hannibal, Mo.; d: 7Dec1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: 1) Frank Saunders (date and place not stated); and 2) Hobert Crothers in 1978 at Hoopeston, Il.; fa: Wilbur Martin; mo: Margaret Tolbert. 1st husband preceded in death 27Dec1976. Survived by her husband of Hoopeston; one daughter: Frances Summers of Jacksonville; one son: John Saunders of Jacksonville; three step-sons: Albert and Richard Crothers, both of Hoopeston, and Robert Crothers of Shawnee, Okla.; nine grand and 15 g-grandchildren.

COTCHETT, Mabel E. (Tucker); b; 15Dec1905, Rockbridge, Il.; d: 29Jul1991, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Arnold B. Cortchett on 30Jun1927 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Josiah Tucker; mo: Mary Bauer. Husband preceded in death 5May1987. A resident of Kane, Il. Survived by two daughters: Doris Darr of Kane and Sandra Goshorn of Jerseyville; three sons: Raymond "Gene" Crotchett of Clearwater, Fla., Robert Cortchett of Jerseyville and Arnie Chrotchett, Jr. of Alton; 14 grand and 17 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: Richard Dale Crotchett; one daughter: Marsha Crotchett; one sister: Maude Bowman; and one brother: Virgil Tucker.

CROTTY, Thomas E.; b: 18Oct1908, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 5Oct1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Margaret Price in 1951 (place not stated); fa: Patrick Crotty; mo: Catherine Doolin. Wife preceded in death 15Dec1970. WWII Army vet. Survived by one step-son: Gary Babcock of Jacksonville; two grand and two g-grandchildren; five sisters: Rita Fernandes of Jacksonville, Catherine Flynn of Florida, Sarah Flynn of Michigan, and Cecila Ginter and Ethel Mandeville, both of Florida; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers; and one sister.

CROUCH, Clyde Leroy; b: 27Sep1884, Hettick, Il.; d: 21Jul1984, White Hall, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: 1) Ollie Handshaw; and 2) Edna Martin Emmons (dates and places not stated); fa: John Crouch; mo: Lydia Faith. 1st wife preceded in death. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Elmer (Imogene) Armstrong of Crystal Lake; four grand and 10 g-grandchildren. Preceded by three brothers and four sisters.

CROUCH, Coy; b: 2Sep1900, Hettick, Il.; d: 28Sep1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Leveta Huffman in 1934 (place not stated); fa: John Crouch; mo: Lydia Faith. Wife preceded in death in 1982. Survived by six sons: Howard and Marvin of Virden; Keith of Springfield; Lloyd of Waverly, Harold of Saipan, Mariana Islands, and Paul of Burtonville, Md.; one brother: Clyde of White Hall; nine grand and ten g-grandchilddren.

CROUCH, Edna H. Douglas (Lozier); b: 14Mar1905, near Woody, Greene Co., Il.; d: 16Nov1991, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, near Patterson, Il.; m: 1) Russell Douglas in 1922 at Alton, Il.; and 2) Lawrence Crouch on 4Oct1977 in Alton, Il.; fa: Julius A. Lozier; mo: Mary L. Cummings. Both husbands preceded in death; 2nd on 27Jun1990. A resident of Patterson, Il. Survived by three sons: Wayne E. Douglas of Florissant, Mo., Robert G. Douglas of White Hall and Loren A. Douglas of Grafton; two daughters: Dolores Kerslake of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Melba Douglas of Patterson; nine grand, 18 g-grand and three g-g-grandchildren; and one sister: Gilda Doyle of White Hall. Preceded by one brother: Gilbert Lozier; two sisters: Lela Hedges and Ruth Jones; and one grandson.

CROUCH, Edna M. (Emmons); b: 13Apr1897, Athensville, Il.; d: 6Feb1986, White Hall, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: 1 )George Dingeldein on 24Dec1914; and 2) Clyde Crouch on 22Mar1965 (places not stated); fa: Joseph Emmons; mo: Perina McVey. 1st husband preceded in death in 1964; 2nd on 21Jul1984. Survived by a daughter: Imogene Armstrong of Crystal Lake; four grand and 10 g-grandchildren; and a sister: Effie Worrall of White Hall. Preceded by a brother; seven sisters; and a grandchild.

CROUCH, Ferne; b: 23Sep1895, Hettick, Il.; d: 3Mar1983, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; fa: John W. Crouch; mo: Lydia Faith. Survived by two brothers: Coy of Waverly and Clyde of White Hall. Preceded by three sisters and three brothers.

CROUCH, Lawrence F.; b: 10Jan1904, Alton, Il.; d: 27Jun1990, White Hall, Il.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: 1) June Scot (date and place not stated); and 2) Edna Lozier Douglas on 4Oct1976 in Alton, Il.; fa: Lee Crouch; mo: Maude Mae Cummings. 1st wife preceded in death. A resident of Patterson, Il. Survived by his wife; two step-daughters: Dolores Imogene Kerslake of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Melba Lavone Heskett of Patterson; three step-sons: Eugene Wayne Douglas of Florissant, Mo., Robert Glenn Douglas of White Hall, and Loren Arley Douglas of Grafton; 8 step-grand and 15 step-g-grandchildren; and one sister: Mildred Ruff of St. Louis, Mo.

CROUCH, Leveta (Huffman); b: 27ep1904, Logan Co., Il.; d: 24Nov1982, Springfield, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Coy Crouch on 12Jun1934 (place not stated); fa: Orville Huffman; mo: Mary Elizabeth Matthews. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by her husband; two sons: Marvin Crouch of Virden and Howard Crouch, at home; four step- sons: Keith Crouch of Springfield, Lloyd Crouch of Waverly, Harold Crouch of Saipan, Mariana Islands, and Paul Crouch of Bartonville, Mo.; three sisters: Alda Curby of Springfield, Miss Gertrude Huffman and Wilma Taylor, both of Waverly; two brothers: Wayne Huffman of Lowder and Willis Huffman of Loami; nine grand and six g-grandchildren.

CROUCH, Lottie; b: 22May1890, Hettick, Il.; d: 10Nov1981, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Greenfield, Il.; fa: John W. Crouch; mo: Lydia Faith. Survived by a sister: Ferne Crouch of Carlinville; and two brothers: Clyde Crouch of White Hall and Coy Crouch of Waverly. Preceded by two sisters and three brothers.

CROUSE, Clarence H.; b: 15Nov1907, Franklin, Il.; d: 17Feb1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Marie Scott on 30Jun1928 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Elisha H. Crouse; mo: Ethel Grace (Seymour) Crouse Gollier. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Patricia Crouse Dodd of Jacksonville; three sons: Clarence Crouse, Jr. of Jacksonville, James "Jim" Crouse of Huntsville, Ala., and Reginald Crouse of New Berlin; 14 grand and four g-grandchildren; and two step-brothers: Harry M. Gollier of Joliet and Tom Gollier of Arizona. Preceded by his parents and one brother: Merle Crouse.

CROUSE, Cynthia Ellen: b: 27Feb1909, Fargo, N.D.; d: 7Nov1996, Moweaqua, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, Murrayville, Il.; fa: D. J. Crouse; mo: Pearl B. Hull. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Leo (Juanita) Bourn of Morris and Mrs. Leroy (Opal) Ashby of Blue Mound. Preceded by four brothers and three sisters.

CROUSE, Edna L. (Wankel); b: 25May1896, Cass Co., IL.; d: 15Jun1982, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Gene Crouse (date and place not stated); fa: Riney Wankel; mo: May Bingman. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by her husband of Virginia; two grand and three g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Henry Robert Fox in 1970; three brothers and three sisters.

CROUSE, Gene; b: 17Jun1905, Cass Co., Il.; d: 1May1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Edna Wankel (date and place not stated); fa: Ernest Crouse; mo: Myrtle Hamm. Wife preceded in death in 1982. A resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by a step-daughter-in-law: Kathleen Fox of Ocean Park, Maine; two step-grandchildren: David Fox of Boston, Mass., and Cynthia Paradis of Philadelpha, Pa.; and by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a step-son: Robert Wayne Fox; and two brothers: H. Wayne Crouse and Ruel Crouse.

CROUSE, James Walker "Jim"; b: 20Sep1915, Loami, Il.; d: 25Jul1992, Springfield, Il.; bu: Asbury Cemetery, near Jacksonville, Il.; m: Louise Vasey on 31Jul1937 in rural Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Elmer Crouse; mo: Mary Alice Walker. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by his wife; four sons: James Richard and John Floyd, both of Jacksonville, and Larry Edward and Terry Lynn, both of Waverly; two daughters: Mrs. Gary (Mary Jo) Suter and Mrs. Danny (Linda) Smith, both of Waverly; nine grand and two step-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. John (Dorothy) Waddell of Arkansas and Mrs. Glenn (Elsie) Wyatt of Springfield. Preceded by one son: Jerry Lee; and one sister.

CROUSE, Leta (Shawen); b: 18Sep1919, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 13Mar1985, Vancouver, Washington; bu: Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Vancouver, Washington; m: Paul Crouse on 3Oct1937 in Missouri; fa: William Lee Shawen; mo: Josie L. Storey. Survived by her husband; three children: Kenneth Lee Crouse, Paul William Crouse and Peggy Jo Coleman, all of Vancouver; 11 grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Mary Looker of Jacksonville; one brother: Wiley C. Shawen of Truman, Ark.; and several nieces and nephews in this area. Preceded by three brothers: Carl, Charles and Ernest Shawen; and two sisters: Josie Charlotte Shawen and Myrtle Campbell.

CROUSE, Lloyd Forrest; b: 1911, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 17May1976, Colorado Springs, Colo.; bu: Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Colorado Springs, Colo.; m: Lillian Cox (date and place not stated); fa: Dean J. Crouse; mo: Pearl Hull. Survived by his wife; a son: Dean; and two grandchildren: George Forrest and Catherine Ann Crouse, all of Colorado Springs; three sisters: Mrs. Ellen Crouse of Jacksonville, Mrs. Leo Bourn of Morris and Mrs. Leroy Ashby of Blue Mound.

CROUSE, Merle S.; b: 19Dec1909, near Franklin, Il.; d: 12Dec1986, Springfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Martha E. McPhail on 20Aug1930 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Elisha H. Crouse; mo: Ethel Seymour. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Richard (Rebecca) Brant of Henry; one brother: Clarence of Jacksonville; two step-brothers: Harry M. Gollier of Joliet and Tom Gollier of Arizona; five grandchildren; and one great-grandson.

CROUSE, Wayne; b; 3Sep1911, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 18Jul1987, Virginia, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; fa: Ernest Crouse; mo: Myrtle Hamm. WWII vet. Survived by one brother: Gene of Virginia; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother: Ruel.

CROW, Dothia A. (Bell); b: 28Jul1907, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 20Aug1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery; m: George E. Crow on 11Feb1927 (place not stated); fa: Zed Bell; mo: Sarah Oxley. Husband preceded in death 22Nov1966. Living southeast of Murrayville, Il. Survived by these children: George J. of Peoria, Zed of Jacksonville, Harvey of Murrayville, Wanda Hall of Jacksonville and Sarah Lawson of Woodson; 15 grand and six g-grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; these brothers and sisters: Edgar Bell of Murrayville, James Bell of Bartonville, Mary Hayes and Zed Bell, both of Jacksonville.

CROW, Florence (Babb); b: 24Jul1898, Rankin, Il.; d: 1Jul1987, Quincy, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Chester J. Crow on 21Feb1931 in Chicago, Il.; fa: Jeffrey Babb; mo: Sarah Applegate. Husband preceded in death 9Oct1966. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by three nieces: Nadine Hunter of Dansville, N.Y., Eleanor Hilgenbrinck of Mendon and Ruth Cole of Hull; and five nephews: Walcott Denison of Owendale, Mich., William Peters of Barry, John J. Peters and Louis Peters, both of Hull, and Lester Peters of Hannibal, Mo. Preceded by five sisters.

CROW, George H., Jr.; b: 13Jan1929, Rushville, Il.; d: 19Oct1995, Rushville, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Betty L. Allen on 10Sep1979 in Meredosia, Il.; bu: Betty L. Allen on 10Sep1979 in Meredosia, Il.; fa: George H. Crow, Sr.; mo: Maxine Frye. A resident of Meredosia, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: George (wife, Jackie) Crow III of Chambersburg; 7 daughters: Mrs. Robert (Janet) Wingo of Seaton, Peggy Minix of Indiana, Katherine Crow of Burbank, Mrs. Mark (Carman) Cooley of Arenzville, Mrs. Mike (Stacey) Livingston, Shelley Lacey and Dodie Smith, all of Meredosia; 15 grand and 2 g-grandchildren; 2 sisters: Mrs. Lawrence (Sally) Ruyle of Meredosia and Mrs. Robert (Pat) Glover of Arenzville; and two brothers: Jerry Crow of Rushville and Harold (wife, Beverly) Crow of Newport News, Va. Preceded by a grandson and a granddaughter.

CROW, Gilbert "Gib"; b: 21Jan1908, Manchester, Il.; d: 26Aug1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Helen Sluder on 3Feb1935 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: James Crow; mo: Minnie Mathews. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; two brothers: Curtis of Jacksonville and Howard of Franklin; and a sister: Eva Jane Corey of Bartonville. Preceded by three brothers.

CROW, Helen L. (Sluder); b: 2Sep1912, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 19May1994, Jacksonville, IL.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, IL.; m: Gilbert L. Crow on 3Feb1935 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Charles Sluder; mo: Bertha Spreen. Husband preceded in death 26Aug1988. Survived by one niece: Mrs. Earl (Bertha Louise) Bettis of Jacksonville; one nephew; and several cousins. Preceded by two sisters: Mrs. Paul (Mabel) Craddock and Mrs. Laurence (Mary) Rawling, who was her twin sister; and one nephew.

CROW, James "Curtis"; b: 18Sep1914, Clements, Il.; d: 10Aug1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Emma White on 25Sep1932 in Winchester, Il.; fa: James Noel Crow; mo: Minnie Matthew. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Kenneth Crow of Waverly; two daughters: Mildred Hayes of Murrayville and Judy Tepen of Jacksonville; one brother: Howard Crow of Franklin; one sister: Eva Corey of Bartonville, six grand and 12 g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers: Floyd, Everett, Gilbert and Charles Crow.

CROW, Matthew Curtis; b: 15Oct1974, Jacksonville, Il.; b; 10Dec1994, Morgan Co., Il.; bu: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Franklin, Il.; fa: Keith Crow; mo: Patty Gordon. A resident of rural Franklin, Il. Survived by his parents of rural Franklin; three brothers: Charlie, Michael and Jacob Crow, all at home; and his grandmother: Jesse Crow of Jacksonville. Preceded by his paternal grandfather: Charles Crow; and his maternal grandparents: John and Mary Alice Gordon.

CROW, Norma Bell (Summers); b: 12Aug1888, Scott Co., Il.; d: 24Feb1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: William Duffy Crow on 5Nov1927 in Colorado; fa: Charles Henry Summers; mo: Elizabeth Reese. Husband preceded in death 22Mar1966. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Verna Rockwood of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by six brothers and five sisters. {Lived in Pueblo, Colorado most of her adult life.}

CROWCROFT, Anna Josephine (Eckoff); b: 21Oct1897, Montgomery Co., Il.; d: 24Apr1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: John T. Crowcroft on 24Dec1920 (place not stated); fa: John Eckoff; mo: Augusta Sporleder. Husband preceded in death 31Dec1974. Survived by two sons: Dale of Jacksonville and Ross of Boston, Mass.; a daughter: Mrs. Russell (Lois) Winter of Jacksonville; five grand and two g-grandchildren. She was the last of her immediate family.

CROWCROFT, June (Beerup); b: 22Jul1923, Franklin, Il.; d: 22Dec1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery; mo: Dale Crowcroft on 3May1942 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Otto Beerup; mo: Lucille Bland. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Wayne (Pat) Pennell of Jacksonville; one son: Edward D. Crowcroft, Jr. of Jacksonville; two granddaughters; one grandson; one g-granddaughter; and one brother: Leo Beerup of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother: Otto Beerup, Jr.

CROWDER, Elva I. (Cheek); b: 24Feb1900, Martinsburg, Il.; d: 31Jan1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: James Crowder on 4Jul1919 in Pleasant Hill, Il.; fa: Charles Cheek; mo: Lodema Walston. Husband preceded in death 6Mar1960. A former resident of Pleasant Hill, Il. Survived by a daughter: Gladell Bennett of Jacksonville; a nephew who was raised in the Crowder home: Buck Crowder of Pleasant Hill; four grand, eight g-grand and numerous g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Delbert Crowder; two brothers: Otis and Clarence Cheek; three sisters: Rebecca McConnell, Ina Goodin and Harriet Cheek.

CROWDER, Emma A. (Shay); b: 9Feb1916, Cass Co., Il.; d: 28May1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Ray Crowder on 3Oct1933 in Jacksonville Il.; fa: John Shay; mo: Anna Shelton. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her husband; three brothers: John Shay, Leo Shay and Carl Shay, all of Jacksonville; and two sisters: Mildred Fairchild of Jacksonville and Edna Hayes of Jerseyville. Preceded by one son: Richard; one brother; and two sisters.

CROWDER, Harry; b: 8Nov1888, Pike Co., Il.; d: 21Jun1976, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Jeni Scranton (date and place not stated); fa: Frank Crowder; mo: Eliza Davis. Wife preceded in death in 1971. Survived by a brother: Guy of Cyrene, Mo.; and a sister: Mrs. Hallie Conroy of Pittsfield.

CROWDER, Monty E.; b: 16Mar1935, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 2Oct1995, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Camp Butler National Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: John D. Crowder; mo: Myrtle Chaudoin. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Air Force vet. Survived by his mother of Jacksonville; two sons: Monty E. Crowder, Jr. of New Mexico and Bryan J. Crowder of Champaign; a daughter: Tracy Helmich of Jacksonville; eight grandchildren; two brothers: Harold L. and Clarence D., both of Jacksonville; and two sisters: Mrs. Norm (Patricia) Cottingham and Mrs. Joe (Jo Ann) Dorris, both of Jacksonville.

CROWDER, Ray E.; b: 10Apr1913, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 4Aug1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Emma A. Shay on 3Oct1933 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Charles Edward Crowder; mo: Abby Decker. Wife preceded in death 28May1991. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Preceded by a son: Richard Crowder; two brothers: Harry and John Crowder; and two sisters: Eva Morrow and Neva Mason.

CROWDER, Richard "Dick"; b: 18May1935, Lincoln, Il.; d: 24May1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Ray Crowder; mo: Emma Shay. A resident of rural Jacksonville, Il.. Air Force vet. Preceded in death by a brother. {No survivors listed in newspaper}

CROWE, Alice V. (Metz); b: (date not stated), Cahmbersburg, Il.; d: 17Sep1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Crush Creek Cemetery, near Divernon, Il.; m: Robert L. Crowe in 1949 (place not stated); fa: Sherman Metz; mo: Eunice (surname not stated). Was 56 years of age at time of death. A resident of rural Auburn, Il. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Janet Slavens of Chatham and Mrs. Mary Peterson of Sugar Grove; two sons: Edward and Gary, both of Auburn; eight grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Ruth Sleight of San Jose, Calif., and Mrs. Alma Yeakel of Meredosia. Preceded in death by a sister.

CROWE, Betty Louise (Fouts); b: 30Jan1928, Peoria, Il.; d: 25Aug1978, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: John Luther Crowe on 30May1953 (place not stated); fa: Thomas J. Fouts; mo: Mattie Fischer. Survived by her mother of Beardstown; two daughters and three sons: Mrs. David (Debra) Valente, Mrs. Tony (Connie) Lyles, John, Tom and Ronnie, all of Beardstown; and 12 grandchildren. Preceded by her father.

CROWE, Christopher Thomas; b: 1Nov1991, Rushville Il.; d: 1Nov1991, Rushville Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; fa: Tom Crowe; mo: Debbie (surname not stated). Survived by his parents of Beardstown; two brothers: Tommy and John, both of Beardstown; maternal grandparents; Mr. & Mrs. Charles Little of Beardstown; paternal grandfather: John C. Crowe of Astoria; and aunts and uncles. Preceded by his paternal grandmother; one sister: Amber Nicole Crowe; and one brother: Mark Thomas Crowe.

CROWE, Clarence James "Jim"; b: 7Oct1906, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 3Jun1976, Davenport, Iowa; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Robbie Rhodes on 15Nov1933 (place not stated); fa: Michael J. Crowe; mo: Bridget Manion. Wife preceded in death 4May1976. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Jack (Eunice) Wilhoit of Davenport, Iowa; a son: James R. Crowe of Jacksonville; nine grand and two g-grandchildren; these brothers and sister: Mrs. Elizabeth Wendy of Chicago, Donald Crowe of Riverton and John F. Crowe of Garden City, Calif. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CROWE, John Walter: 30Dec1908, Mt. Sterling Il.; d: 9Mar1993, Quincy, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Louise Land on 3Sep1936 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: William Joseph Crowe; mo: Ethel Marie Williams. Wife preceded in death in 1982. WWII Navy vet. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Howard (Sue Ann) Johnson of Lumberton, N.C., Mrs. Donald (Mary Lou) Tharp of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Charles (Dorothy) Oakes of Tarpon Springs, Fla.; one son: Steven William Crowe of St. Louis; 11 grand and seven g-grandchildren; and one sister: Dorothy Knapp of Rushville. Preceded by one sister: Sally Schumm.

CROWE, Lois (Howe); b: 20Jul1947, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 9Aug1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Trusler R. Howe, Jr.; mo: Mary Margaret Lair. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her parents of Jacksonville; a daughter: Margaret Emily Crowe, at home; her maternal grandmother: Maurine Lair; and her paternal grandmother: Winifred Howe, both of Jacksonville; three brothers: Phillip Howe of Herndon, Va., Harry Howe of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Chris Howe of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CROWE, Minerva Louise (Land); b: 25Aug1912, Winchester, Il.; d: 25Jun1982 , Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: John Walter Crowe in Jacksonville, Il. (date not stated); fa: A. E. Land; mo: Minerva Young. Survived by her husband; a son: Stephen W. Crowe of Jacksonville; three daughters: Mary Louise Tharp of Salem, Ky., Sue Ann Johnson of Kansas City, Kansas, and Dorothy Crowe of Houston, Texas; eight grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and a sister.

CROWE, Robbie (Rhoades); b: 17Jan1912, New Burnside, Il.; d: 4May1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Clarence J. Crowe on 15Nov1932 (place not stated); fa: Robert Rhoades; mo: Eunice Harris. Survived by her husband; two children: C. James Crowe, Jr. of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack (Eunice) Wilhoite of Davenport, Iowa; nine grand and two g-grandchildren.

CROWLEY, R. Robert, Sr.; b: 19Oct1931, Hannibal, Mo.; d: 9Mar1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: St. Stephen Cemetery, Indian Creek, rural Monroe City, Mo.; m: Anita R. Kendrick on 29Nov1952 in Monroe City, Mo.; fa: Royal Francis Crowley; mo: Mary Blessie Hays. A resident of Quincy, Il. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Roy R. Crowley of Quincy, Michael A. Crowley of Woodson and Dennis E. Crowley of Chapin; two daughters: Mrs. Gordon (Patricia A.) Poore of Murrayville and Mrs. Roger (Kathleen M.) Benz of Quincy; seven grandchildren; one brother: Earl Crowley of Monroe City, Mo.; and one sister: Eva Power of Monroe City, Mo. Preceded by his parents; two sisters: Julia and Lillian; and a brother: Charles.

CROXTON, Annabell (Campbell); b: 24Sep1909, Schuyler Co., Il; d: 30Nov1983, Peoria, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: William A. "Cotton" Croxton on 12Mar1927 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: James E. Campbell; mo: Grace Stevens. A resident of Rushville, Il. Husband preceded in death 16Jan1978. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Robert (Juanita) Peacock of Elk City, Okla., Mrs. Fred (Rose) Crook of North Fort Myers, Fla., and Mrs. Robert (Roberta) Marquis of Rushville; a son: James Croxton of Peoria; 24 grand and 32 g-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Minnie Simpson of Astoria; and a brother: Lester Campbell of Mesa, Arizona. Preceded by three brothers.

CROXTON, Joel Dwight; b: 13Dec1892, Huntsville, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 3Jun1989, rural La Prairie, Il.; bu: Huntsville, Il.; m: Bertha Peck in October, 1916 in Quincy, Il.; fa: Joel Erwin Croxton; mo: Josephine Alice Byrns. Survived by his wife; four sons: Wallace, Joel and Robert, all of La Prairie, and Harold of Coopersburg, Pa.; a daughter: Mrs. Les (Joan)Long of Joliet; 19 grand and 32 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons: Byron Keith and Billy Peck Croxton; three sisters: Della Crandall, Maude Sapp and Mabel Crandall; and two brothers: Frank and Ralph.

CROXTON, Mary V. (Phillips); b: 1Feb1901, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 17May1986, Rushville Il.; bu: Messerer Cemetery; m: Murlen W. Croxton on 23Dec1920 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Charles A. Phillips; mo: Sarah J. Fifer. Husband preceded in death. Survived by eight daughters: Donna Boyd, Pauline Toland, Grace Miller, June Payne and Gloria Keller, all of Rushville, Doris Pauline Rockwell of Quincy, Alice Zaborac of Canton and Marilyn Meunier of Conway, S.C.; a son: Murlen "Gene" of Massel, Miss.; 40 grand, 59 g-grand and five g-g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Alice Breeden of Browning. Preceded by three brothers.

CROXTON, William A. "Cotton"; b: 21Jun1910, McDonough Co., Il.; d: 16Jan1978, Peoria, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Annabell Campbell on 21Mar1927 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Henry A. Croxton; mo: Amanda E. Thompson. A former resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Robert (Juanita) peacock of Peoria, Mrs. Fred (Rose) Crook of North Ft. Meyers, Fla., and Mrs. Robert (Roberta) Marquis of Rushville; a son: James H. Croxton of Peoria; 24 grand and 19 g-grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. Sam Gossage of Rushville. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CROXVILLE, Clarence; b: 6Jun1904, Pike Co. Il.; d: 12Dec1988, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Nebo, Il.; m: 1) Wilma Durr (date and place not stated); and 2) Opal Zumwalt on 19Dec1970 in Hartford, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). 1st wife preceded in death n 1969. Survived by his wife; three step-sons: Melbourne Durr of Pittsfield, Kenneth Zumwalt of Wood River and Keith Zumwalt of Hartford; a step-daughter: Patricia Boverie of Wood River; a brother: Russell Corxville of Barry; 11 grand and 12 g-grandchildren.

CROXVILLE, Mari Kate; b: 30Jan1995, Dallas, Tex.; d: 30Jan1995, Dallas, Tex.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; fa: David Croxville; mo: Maggy (surname not stated). Parents were residents of Prosper, Texas. Survived by her parents of Prosper, Tex.; paternal grandmother: Mrs. William (Frances) Croxville of Barry; maternal grandparents: John Roger and Peggy Jo Minner of Bayfield, Colo.; and two brothers: Will and Connor Croxville of Prosper, Texas.

CROXVILLE, Russell C.; b: 7Jun1908, El Dara, Il.; d: 28Apr1992, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Georgia Wilma Hendricks on 17Oct1925 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: William Croxville; mo: Ollie Strubinger. Wife preceded in death 14Mar1987. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by a son: Robert R. of Troy, Mo.; five grand, four g-grand and four step-great-grandchildren. Preceded by one son: William R.; and four brothers.

CROXVILLE, William R.; b: 3Apr1932, Marion Co., Mo.; d: 9Jun1992, Rochester, Minn.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Frances Wheelan on 19Aug1951 in Barry, Il.; fa: Russell Croxville; mo: Wilma Hendricks. A resident of Barry, Il. Air Force vet. Survived by his father; his wife; a son: David Croxville of Plano, Tex.; a daughter: Mrs. Steven (Liz) Skinner of Delevan; two grandchildren; and a brother: Robert Croxville of Troy, Mo. Preceded by his mother.

CROZIER, Albert Nelson; b: 8Oct1915, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 27Oct1977, Springfield, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Alfred Crozier; mo: Martha Beadle. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Irene Hunt and Mrs. Violet Brown, both of Jacksonville; one niece: Mrs. Reva Schildman of Bloomington; and one nephew: Robert Hunt of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother: Ralph.

CRUE, Joseph V.; b: 13Mar1899, Chicago, Il.; d: 16Aug1978, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Oakwood Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Catherine Wilk on 5Sep1936 in Chicago, Il.; fa: John Crue; mo: Mary Gray. Survived by a son: John Crue of Yorkville; four daughters: Mrs. Janet Ferry of Milton, Mrs. Pat Kingston of Pontiac, Judith Crue of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Audrey DeLaet of California; a sister: Mrs. Edna Lindenbaum of Chicago; and seven grandchildren.

CRUFT, Malcolm M.; b: 22Jan1900, Indiana; d: 23Aug1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Blanche E. Wemhaner in 1921 (place not stated); fa: Edward Cruft; mo: Cora Manning. A former resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Dr. George Cruft of Valley Forge, Pa.; three sisters: Lucia Culbertson of Seattle, Wash., Dorothy Doig of Greenwood, Iowa and Mida Edick of Largo, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.

CRULL, Erin Beth; b: 5Nov1975, Bossier City, La.; d: 25Nov1996, Montgomery, Ala.; bu: (not stated); fa: Ezra Bruce Crull, Sr.; mo: Debra Dale. Survived by her parents; a brother: Ezra Bruce (wife, Michelle) Jr.; grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. James and Dorothy Dale of Carrollton; a step-grandmother: Pat Van Hooser of Jersey County; a great-grandmother: Hazel Daniels Margeson of Jerseyville; many aunts, uncles and cousins; and a niece. Preceded by her paternal grandparents: Warren L. "Bud" and Dorothy Margeson Crull.

CRUM, Arthur M.; b: 20Apr1917, Adair, Il.; d: 6Jun1981, Rushville, IL.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Margaret Bartlett on 10Nov1940 in Rushville, Il.; fa: James Crum; mo: Orpha Abbott. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Peter (Caryl) Burke of Woodridge and Mrs. Steve (Elizabeth) Maxwell of Rushville; a son: Lyle Crum of Rushville; four grandchildren; two brothers: Howard Crum of Tulsa, Okla., and Carl Crum of Rushville; and a sister: Mrs. Edith Goldsborough of Rushville. Preceded by a son and a brother.

CRUM, Besse Lee (Woolfolk); b: 10Nov1882, Scottville, Il.; d: 19Dec1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Panther Creek Cemetery, Scottville, Il.; m: Roy Crum on 19Mar1908 (place not stated); fa: Eugene Woolfolk; mo: Lina Butcher. Husband preceded in death 10Nov1957. Survived by a niece: Helen Woolfolk of Jacksonville; and a nephew: Carroll Woolfolk of Scottville.

CRUM, Beverly J. (Goben); b: 15Jan1936, Beardstown, Il.; d: 18Jun1986, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Daniel Crum on 20Feb1955 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Earl Goben; mo: Ethel Efaw. Survived by her husband; her mother of White Hall; a daughter: Stephanie Crum of Pittsfield; a sister: Shirley Hannaford of White Rock, N.M.; and four brothers: Bill Goben and Donald Goben, both of White Hall, Richard Goben of Roodhouse and Joe Goben of Jacksonville.

CRUM, Catherine S. (Craddock); b: 13Mar1913, Scott Co. Il.; d: 17Jan1992, Peoria, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: 1) Clement L. Crum on 4May1950 in Jacksonville, Il.; and 2) Roderick D. Crum on 6Mar1954 in Havana, Il.; fa: Martin T. Craddock; mo: Saluda Patterson. 1st husband preceded in death 8Jan1952. A resident of East Peoria, Il. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. William (Catherine) Hart of Peoria; a sister: Vivian Burke of Jacksonville; and two grandchildren. Preceded by five brothers and six sisters.

CRUM, Charles Leslie; b: 11Feb1913, Belltown, Il.; d: 25Oct1982, White Hall, Il.; bu: Belltown, Il.; fa: William Henry Crum; mo: Berdella Wilshire. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a sister and three brothers.

CRUM, Eben Jefferson "Jeff"; b: 5Jan1909, Virginia, Il.; d: 27Apr1993, Ft. Myers, Fla.; bu: Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Il.; m: Katherine L. Allen on 1Dec1934 in Baltimore, Md.; fa: Eben Ross Crum; mo: Arizona Logan. A former resident of Virginia, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Thomas J. Crum of Athens, Ala., and James A. Crum of Sarasota, Fla.; one daughter: Sarah K. Fellows of Williston, Vt.; four grand and three g-grandchildren; one sister: Marguerite Anderson of Denver, Colo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one sister: Susan Thompson.

CRUM, Iverson; b: 26Feb1898, Naples, Il.; d: 16Oct1976, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: (not stated); fa: Elmer Crum; mo: Angeline Montague. A resident of Winchester, Il. Survived by a son: Norman of Bluffs; two daughters: Mrs. Betty Sailer of Blackfoot, Idaho and Mrs. Barbara Snyder of Burbank; a brother: Paul of Chicago; a sister: Mrs. Ruth Shive of Goshen, Indiana; and ten grandchildren. Preceded by a son and a brother.

CRUM, James A.; b: 1949, Columbia. S.C. (Army Hospital); d: 29Dec1978, Atlantic City, N.J.; bu: Palmyra, Il.; fa: Glen Crum; mo; (not stated). A resident of Richmond, Va.; formerly of the Palmyra, Il. area. Survived by his parents of Hazelwood, Mo.; two brothers and a sister: Bob of Richmond, Va., John of Mt. Sterling and Sue of Columbia, Mo.; and a paternal grandmother: Lola Crum of Palmyra.

CRUM, James Roy; b: 21Jul1976, Lawton, Oklahoma; d: 21Jul1987, Lawton, Oklahoma; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; fa: J. R. Crum; mo: Bonnie Foiles. Survived by his parents; is twin brother: Jerome Ray; and a sister: Jennifer; grandparents: Claudine Baker of Roodhouse; Johanna Shaw of Fayette; and these g-grandparents: Mr.& Mrs. John Fauver of Mesa, Arizona and Cecile Foiles of Jerseyville, Il.

CRUM, Jennie May (Sullivan); b: 6Jun1911, Belltown, Il.; d: 27Jun1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Elmwood Cemetery, Mexico, Mo.; m: Harold Crum in 1933 in Mexico, Mo.; fa: Burt Sullivan; mo: Nellie Gown. Husband preceded in death in 1967. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by one son: Howard Crum of Roodhouse; one daughter: Shirley Voyles of Quincy; seven grand and six g-grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Lester (Rose) Sprague of Roodhouse and Mrs. Ralph (Louse) Harbit of Mexico, Mo. Preceded by six brothers: Lucies, Tony, Harvey, Harry, Jimmie and Charles Sullivan; one sister: Helen Smith; and three grandchildren.

CRUM, Joseph I.; b: 19Aug1905, Palmyra, Il.; d: 26Nov1987, Carlinville, Il.; bu: Gilead Baptist Cemetery, Hettick, Il.; m: 1) Wilma Armstrong in 1932 (place not stated); and 2) Mary June Huson on 29Dec1970 in Palmyra, Il.; fa: Frances Crum; mo: Nora Martin. 1st wife preceded in death in 1966. A resident of Hettick, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Helen Jane Pizzo of Corpus Christi, Tex.; one granddaughter and two step-grandchildren.

CRUM, Juanita Bernice (Gounds); b: 24Sep1889, Belltown, Il.; d: 21Feb1983, White Hall, Il.; bu: Belltown, Il.; m: Oscar Otis Crum (date and place not stated); fa: Joseph Gounds; mo: Elizabeth Pinkerton. Husband preceded in death in 1941. Living in Roodhouse, Il. at time of death. Survived by two sons: Otis Crum and Leonard Crum; and one daughter: Violet Holder, all of Roodhouse; nine grand, 24 g-grand and 14 g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons, one daughter, one sister, two brothers and one great-grandchild.

CRUM, Kenneth; b: 21May1914, Waverly, Il.; d: 15Jul1989, Danville, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il; fa: Roy Crum; mo: Mae DeLong. Resident of Mattoon; formerly of Waverly, Il. Vet. Survived by a sister: Genevieve Colvin of La Harpe; and three brothers: Raymond R. of Springfield, Aubrey M. of Waverly and Norman J. of Canyon Country, Calif.

CRUM, Leonard "Dick"; b: 1Sep1926, Belltown, Il.; d: 12Jul1993, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Belltwon, Il.; m: Lenora Painter on 7Aug1973 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Oscar O. Crum; mo: Juanita B. Gound. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by a step0 daughter: Gloria Rhoades of Monticello; two step-sons: Gregory Heberling of Fayetteville, N.C., and Roger Heberling of Jacksonville, N.C.; nine ste-grandchildren; one sister: Violet Holder of Roodhouse; and one brother: Otis "Curly" Crum of Roodhouse. Preceded by his parents; one sister: Pansy Short; and two brothers: Charles and Gilbert Crum.

CRUM, Mary J. (Huson); b: 20Jun1908, Plamyra, Il.; d: 12May1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: Joe Crum on 29Dec1970 in Palmyra, Il.; fa: Charles A. Huson; mo: Carrie Richie. Husband preceded in death 26Nov1987. A resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by one step-daughter: Helen Pizzo of Corpus Christi, Tex.; two step-grandchildren; one brother: Melvin Huson of Jacksonville; and five nieces and five nephews. Preceded by two sisters: Ivarene Hettick and Imogene Alborn; and three brothers: Leland, Bernard and Cody Huson.

CRUM, Lillie Mae (Meneley); b: 30Oct1900, Greenfield, Il.; d: 20Dec1985, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Witt Cemetery, Rockbridge, Il.; m: Robert Earle Crum in 1919 (place not stated); fa: Amos Meneley; mo: Rosella Sykes. Husband preceded in death 12Jan1957. A resident of Rockbridge, Il. Survived by one daughter: Bertha Jean Gombos of Gary, Ind.; one son: Harold of Rockbridge; three grandchildren; one sister: Elizabeth Reno of San Diego, Calif.; and one brother: Jessie Meneley of Greenfield. Preceded by one daughter: Dorothy.

CRUM, Lola Olive (Peters); b; 18Apr1900, near Virginia, Il.; d: 20Dec1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Palmyra, Il.; m: Glenn P. Crum on 14Oct1920 in Waverly, Il.; fa: Charles Edward Peters; mo: Edith May Treadway. Husband preceded in death in 1967. A resident of Palmyra, Il. Survived by three sons: Glenn (wife, Lydia) Crum of Richmond, Va., Wayne Crum of Modesto and Melvin (wife, Louanna) Crum of Greenwood, Ind.; a daughter: Geraldine (husband, Lowell) Turner of Modesto; nine grand and 12 g-grandchildren; a brother: Charles M. (wife, Maxine) Peters of Phoenix, Ariz.; and a sister: Katherine Overton of Jacksonville. Preceded by two daughters: Lucille Irene and Marilyn June; and one grandson.

CRUM, Lucy (Cox); b:16Mar1912, Greene Co., Il.; d: 17Aug1984, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Gano Crum on 8Sep1931 in Macomb, Il.; fa: Fred Cox; mo: Myra Woods. Husband preceded in death in 1980. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. James (Lucille) Grizzle of East Alton and Mrs. Terry (Janet) Bateman of Bethalto; a son: Daniel Crum of White Hall; five grand and two g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mabel Saupe of Carrollton, Mary Henze of Macomb and Martha Napper of Huntsville, Ala.; and two brothers: John Cox of White Hall and Charles Cox of Herculaneum, Mo.

CRUM, Mabel (Barger); b: 25Jan1908, Rayville, Mo.; d: 17May1982, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Richmond, Mo.; m: Thomas Crum (date and place not stated); fa: Henry Barger; mo: Lydia Lee. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Waverly, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Larry (Faye) Werries of Waverly; a brother: Jesse Barger of Rayville, Mo.; and two grandchildren.

CRUM, Myrtle Louise (Mathews); b: 16May1909, White Hall, IL.; d: 23Jan1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Charles Crum (date and place not stated); fa: William Mathews; mo: Laura White. Husband preceded in death 24Jun1965. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by one son: Bobby Crum of Jacksonville. Preceded by one sister: Lora VanMeter; and two brothers: William "Bud" Mathews and Harry Shackelford.

CRUM, Nellie Mae (McDonald); b: 22Nov1887, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 28May1986, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Mausoleum, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Ona Everett Crum on 19Dec1906 (place not stated); fa: James L. McDonald; mo: Luella Henderson. Husband preceded in death. Survived by a nephew: Carroll Rexroat of Jacksonville; a great-niece: Karen Danner of St. Louis; a great-nephew: David Rexroat of Dallas Tex.; and three g-g-nieces. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CRUM, Otis O. "Curly"; b: 25Jan1916, Belltown, Il.; d: 12Sep1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Joycene Crain on 1Apr1939 in Troy, Mo.; fa: Oscar O. Crum; mo: Juanita B. Gound. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. WWII Marine Corps vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Larry Lee Crum of Roodhouse; three grand and six g-grandchildren; and a sister: Violet Holder of Roodhouse. Preceded by one sister: Pansy Short; and three brothers: Charles, Gilbert and Leonard Crum.

CRUM, Paul M.; b: 8Feb1907, Oklahoma City, Okla.; d: 20Dec1977, Indianapolis, Ind.; bu: Indiana; m: Helen Irene Wigler on 1Oct1930 (place not stated); fa: Elton Crum; mo: Anna C. Freitag. Wife preceded in death 3Jun1956. A resident of Frankfort, Ind.; formerly of Morgan Co., Il. Survived by two sons: Ruel Crum of Frankfort and John A. Crum of Oxford, Ohio; three daughters: Mrs. Carolyn Hale of Flora, Mrs. Betty Lewellyn of Grove City, Ohio and Mrs. Mary J. Powell of Naples, Fla.; a sister: Mrs. Gladys A. Staats of Bloomington; three brothers: Robert L. Crum of Rossville, Ind., Floyd Crum of Michigantown, Ind., and James Crum of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and 12 grandchildren. Preceded by a grandson.

CRUM, Ralph Lee; b: 1Feb1889, Gage Co., Nebraska; d: 7Mar1981, Virden, Il.; bu: Waverly, Il.; m: Effie Jane Sims on 11Oct1916 (place not stated); fa: Gordon Crum; mo: Catherine Rohrer. Wife preceded in death 25Jan1972. A resident of Modesto, Il. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. LaRue (Velma Lee) Otten of Kissimmee, Fla., and Mrs. Julius (Ruth Marie) Ladage of Waverly; five grand and ten g-grandchildren.

CRUM, Raymond M.; b: (not stated); d: 22Apr1987, Morehead City, N.C.; bu: (not stated); m: Ethel W. (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Morehead City, N.C.; was 67 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; and one sister: Helen Shearburn of Jacksonville.

CRUM, Verna L.; b: 13Dec1893, Beardstown, Il.; d: 11Dec1983, Beardstown, Il.; fa: James H. Crum; mo: Elizabeth J. Treadway. Survived by several nieces and nephews.

CRUM, William A.; b: 19Nov1916, Ray, Il.; d: 3Jan1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Hazel R. Vogler on 15Aug1937 in Rushville, Il.; fa: William Thomas Crum; mo: Gertrude Ashwood. A resident of Rushville Il. Survived by his wife; four daughters: Jane DeWitt of Rushville, Vera Hammerslough of Champaign, Ruby Passmore of Mt. Sterling and Becky Crum of Champaign; two sisters: Verna Hay of Macomb and Helen Goldsborough of Jacksonville; nine grand and 11 g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephew. Preceded by three brothers and one sister.

CRUMLEY, John J.; b: 1Oct1920, Rushville, Il.; d: 30Mar1994, Quincy, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Darlene Moore on 28Aug1953 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). A former resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Jack Crumley of Washington, Iowa; one daughter: Mary Lee Klein of Aurora, Colo.; five grandchildren; two brothers: Herbert Crumley of Rushville and Ralph Crumley of Monmouth. Preceded by one son: Clyde R. Crumley; and two brothers: Paul and Kenneth.

CRUMLEY, June (Brackett); b: 5Jun1916, Exeter, Il.; d: 8Jan1983, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Herbert Crumley on 1Jul1934 in Brown Co., Il.; fa: Claude Brackett; mo: Della Seaman. Survived by her husband; her mother of Quincy; two daughters: Mrs. Dorothy Bucker of Camp Point and Mrs. Melba Johnson of Rushville; a son: Allen Crumley of Newport Richey, Fla.; two sisters: Mrs. Mary Cookson and Mrs. Jane Evans, both of Quincy; eight grand and nine g-grandchildren. Preceded by her father and two brothers.

CRUMLEY, Paul E.; b: 30Dec1910, Ray, Il.; d: 31Aug1988, Peoria, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Veda Bunch on 28May1930 in Winchester, Il.; fa: John Crumley; mo: Lizzie Ashwood. A resident of Washington, Il.; formerly of Winchester, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Gene Crumley of East Peoria; a daughter: Mrs. John (Margaret) Shaver of Macomb; five grand and 10 g-grandchildren; three brothers: Ralph Crumley of Monmouth, Herbert Crumley of Rushville and John Crumley of Beardstown. Preceded by three brothers and two sisters.

CRUMP, Virgil; b: 13Feb1905, Secor, Il.; d: 22Feb1977, Bloomington, Il.; bu: Hudson, Il.; m: Annabel Chapman on 4Sep1935 in Jacksonville, IL.; fa & mo: (not stated). Survived by his wife; these children: Mrs. Evelyn VanHook of Normal, Mrs. Don (Wanda) Ummel, Robert and Ronald of Carlock, Mrs. Marvin (Jeanne) Dovel of Bloomington, Mrs. Lloyd (Erma) Stotler of Hudson and Orval, at home; 21 grand and two g-grandchildren; four brothers; and one sister.

CRUMRIN, Alma Nela Cherry (Zorn); b: 10Aug1883, Cass Co., Il.; d: 11Apr1979, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Chandlerville, Il.; m: 1) Charles Cherry; and 2) Harry Crumrin (dates and places not stated); fa: Christian Gottlieb Zorn; mo: Lucie Henrietta Denzer. 1st husband preceded in death in October, 1955; 2nd died in February, 1970. A resident of Chandlerville, Il. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Russell (Eloie) Sarff of Chandlerville; granddaughter; and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and three sisters.

CRUMRIN, Edna (Carls); b: 6Oct1909, rural Beardstown, Il.; d: 25Nov1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: St. John's Lutheran Cemetery on the Chandlerville, Il. road; m: Arthur Crumrin on 9Sep1942 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: Herman H. Carls; mo: Alma Marie Davidsmeier. A resident of rural Beardstown, Il. Survived by her husband; one nephew; one great-niece; and one great-nephew, all of Beardstown. Preceded by one sister: Dorothea Piper; and one brother: Clarence Carls.

CRUSE, Erma W. (White); b: 25Feb1907, Clay Co., Il.; d: 28Dec1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Greenhill Cemetery, Sullivan, Il.; m: Henry A. Cruse on 24Dec1928 in Chicago, Il.; fa: Arthur White; mo: Thelda Fender. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Marilyn C. Johnson of Houston, Tex.; two grandchildren; one brother: Harlan White of Decatur; and one sister: Marjorie Young of Kewanee.

CRUSE, Grace Ellen (Lanier); b: 26Jul1890, Versailles, Il.; d: 24Jun1977, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Perry Cemetery, near Mt. Sterling, Il.; m: 1) Ralph Hosford; and 2) Harry Cruse (dates and places not stated); fa: Thomas Lanier; mo: Margaret Hurst. 1st husband preceded in death in 1924; 2nd in 1955. A resident of rural Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by three daughters: Mrs. Morris (Mayme) Root, Mrs. Earl (Beatrice) Hoosier and Mrs. Ivan (Margaret) Porter, all of Mt. Sterling; a son: Finis Hosford of Mt. Sterling; a sister: Mrs. Eva McHalton of Long Beach, Calif.; 13 grand, 28 g-grand and three g-g-grandchildren. Preceded by three brothers and two sisters.

CRUSE, Harold A. "Jake"; b: 26Jun1909, Arenzville, Il.; d: 10Dec1987, Springfield, Il.; bu: North Cemetery, Arenzville, Il.; m: Rena Beard on 22Oct1945 in Arenzville, Il.; fa: Adolph Cruse; mo; Mayme Hoffman. A resident of Arenzville, Il. Survived by his wife; one son: Karmen of Salem; two daughters: Carolee A. Cruse of New York City and Mrs. William (Constance) Lada; one sister: Emma Cruse of Beardstown; five grandchildren: Jennifer, Brooke and Anthony Joseph Lada and Kyle and Katie Cruse. Preceded by four brothers and four sisters.

CRUSE, Henry A.; b: 4Jul1907, Clay Co., Il.; d: 7Jul1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery; m: 1) Erma White (date and place not stated); and 2) Mildred Opal Wilson on 23Nov1983 (place not stated); fa: Ray Cruse; mo: Della Parrill. 1st wife preceded in death. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Marilyn Lee Johnson of Houston, Tex.; two stepsons: Joe Wilson of rural Winchester and Albert Wilson of rural Jacksonville; two granddaughters: Lee Ellen Bell of California and Julie Knox of Houston, Tex.; six step-grand and four step-great-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Lucille Howard of Golconda and Mildred Cruse of Springfield; and one brother: Howard "Ben" of Bayview, Idaho.

CRUSE, James Edward; b: 21Jul1918, New Holland, Il.; d: 30Oct1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler National Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Lois Claire Hall on 4Jan1947 in Kansas City; fa: Jefferson Cruse; mo: Ethel Birdsell. WWII Marine Corp vet. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Mrs. Robert (Lois Dian) Adkins Workman of Jacksonville, Sharon Ann Vieira of Jacksonville, Mrs. Darrell (Kathy Lynn) Cruse Williams of Aurora, Colo., Mrs. John (Shirley Jean) Irlam of Jacksonville and Mrs. Dr. Charles (Janet Kay) Kenny II of Springfield; three brothers: Phillip and Jerry Cruse of Montgomery, Ala., and Herbert "Tuck" Cruse of Birmingham, Ala.; 10 grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded by one brother: Jefferson; and one grandson: Richard James Scott Massey.

CRUSE, Opal Wilson (Worrall); b: 23Nov1912, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 13Jul1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: 1) George R. Wilson on 16Aug1933 and 2) Henry A. Cruse on 23Nov1983 (places not stated); fa: Frank A. Worrall; mo: Sarah Fearneyhough. 1st husband preceded in death 15Dec1979; 2nd on 7Jul1989. Survived by two sons: Joseph F. Wilson of rural Winchester and Albert W. Wilson of rural Jacksonville; a step-daughter: Marilyn C. Johnson of Rockport, Tex.; six grand, two step-grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded by a brother and a sister.

CRUTCHFIELD, Stewart A., Sr.; b: 9May1919, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 9Apr1995, Chicago, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Iola Boyd (date and place not stated); fa: William Crutchfield; mo: Elizabeth Stewart. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Elizabeth Crutchfield Jernigan; a son: Stewart A. Crutchfield, Jr.; one granddaughter; one sister: Florence Mosley; two brothers: Paul Crutchfield, Sr. and Earl Crutchfield, Sr.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sisters and two brothrs.

CRUTCHFIELD, William; b: 28Mar1918, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 2Jul1984, San Antonio, Texas; m: Juanita Allen (date and place not stated); fa: William Crutchfield; mo: Elizabeth (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; a son: Edward Baldwin of Jacksonville; a daughter: Barbara Inge of Georgia; six grandchildren; three brothers: Paul Crutchfield of Decatur, Stewart Crutchfield of Chicago and Earl Crutchfield of Peoria; a sister: Florence Mosley of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews, one of whom is Marion Portee of Jacksonville. Preceded by three brothers and a sister.

CRUZAN, G. Lorene (Tigner); b: 23Feb1902, Lacona, Iowa; d: 18Aug1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Ralph L. Cruzan on 10Jun1921 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: David Tigner; mo: Ora Niles. Husband preceded in death 8Sep1957. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by three son: Ralph D. and Donald W., both of Jacksonville, and Norval E. of Los Angeles, Calif.; and one grandson. Preceded by one brother: Niles Tigner.

CRUZAN, Mary (Moore); b: 27Oct1901, Elizabethtown, Ky.; d: 13Oct1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Garrett N. Cruzan (date and place not stated); fa: Robert Moore; mo: Verdie Lou Paxton. Husband preceded in death. Survived by a son: Richard Cruzan of Jacksonville; a daughter: Eric Baker of Griffith, Ind.; three sisters: Alma Moore of Waverly, Anna Pevey of Jacksonville, and Elsie Mayes of Waverly; a brother: Marvin Moore of Waverly; five grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Edward; and two brothers.

CRUZAN, Merrill I.; b: 29Mar1897, (place not stated); d: 3Mar1977, Salisbury, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Evelyn Morehead on 29May1922; and 2) Lavon Rhodes on 27Nov1957 (places not stated); fa: Garrett Cruzan; mo: Eliza Ellen Kirk. 1st wife preceded in death in January, 1956. WWI vet. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Irma Bradley of Springfield and Mrs. Vivian Wood, both of Springfield; a son: Walter Cruzan of Springfield; a step-son: Robert Rhodes of Petersburg; eight grand and seven g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Elta Miller of Battle Creek, Mich., and Mrs. Ann Jolly of Jacksonville.

CRUZAN, Norval E.; b: 3Jun1925, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 28Oct1994, Torrance, Calif.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Ralph L. Cruzan; mo: Lorene Tigner. A resident of Los Angeles, Calif.; formerly of Jacksonville, Il.; WWII Navy vet. Survived by two brothers: Ralph D. (wife, Mary Frances) Cruzan and Donald W. (wife, Evelyn) Cruzan, both of Jacksonville; and one nephew.

CRUZAN, Richard G.; b: 24Aug1925, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 5Apr1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery; mo: Lucille Hayes on 1Jan1953 in Nashville, Tenn.; fa: Garrett Newton Cruzan; mo: Mary Moore. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; two sons: Rick Warren Cruzan and Ronald Garrett Cruzan, both of Jacksonville; a daughter: Mrs. John (Jeanene) Plevka of Freeport; two grandchildren: Hannah and Reid Plevka; and a sister: Mrs. Warren (Iris) Baker of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother: Edward.

CRUZAN, Vera Q. (Quinn); b: 15Feb1907, Parnell, Iowa; d: 10Mar1996, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Joseph R. Cruzan on 22ep1936 in Parnell, Iowa; fa: Pat Quinn; mo: Elizabeth Callan. Husband preceded in death 27Oct1975. Survived by a son: Gary (wife, Peggy) Cruzan of Yardley, Pa.; a daughter: Mrs. Roger (Joyce) Rehberg of Jacksonville; four grand and two g-grandchildren; and two nieces. Preceded by two brothers: Giles Quinn and Hubert Quinn.

CUDDY, Ethelyn (Andrews); b: 23May1898, Glasgow, Mo.; d: 24Nov1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Buell Cuddy (date and place not stated); fa: Urbane Andrew; mo: Amelia Wilson. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by one cousin: Wilson McIver of Jacksonville. Preceded in death by a sister: Leona Keller.

CULBERTSON, Delmer Lowell; b: 18Jun1918, Broken Arrow, Okla.; d: 31Mar1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: (cremated); m: Doris McDaniels (date and place not stated); fa: George Culbertson; mo: Bess Baker. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Macon, Mo.; one daughter: Mrs. William (Jan) Nicol; and one son: David Culbertson, both of Jacksonville; and five grandchildren: Missy and Manda Nicol and Eric, Amy and Jared Culbertson, all of Jacksonville; two sisters: Mrs. Ruby Young of Kirksville, Mo., and Reba Miller of Macon, Mo.

CULBERTSON, Ethel May; b: 31Aug1896, White Hall, Il.; d: 14Jan1985, White Hall, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; fa: John F. Culbertson; mo: Sara E. Baker. Survived by two nieces and three nephews: Mrs. Dorothy Slement of Bellville, Mrs. Evelyn Mesle of St. Louis, Mo., Russell Bishop of Portage, Mich., Elmer Bishop of Belleville and Eugene Bishop of Springfield.

CULBERTSON, Mildred L. (Duggar); b: 28Dec1906, White Hall, Il.; d: 28Jan1989, Springfield, Il.; bu: White Hall, Il.; m: Harold Willis Culbertson on 23Mar1930 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Herbert Duggar; mo: Mabelle Caffery. A resident of White Hall, Il.. Husband preceded in death 14Apr1964. Survived by several nieces and nephews, including Terry Bridgewater of Brattleboro, Vt. Preceded by a sister: Marjorie Bridgewater.

CULLEN, Andrew Steven; b: 8Jul1992, Milwaukee, Wisc.; d: 8Jul1992, Milwaukee, Wisc.; bu: Riverside Cemetery, Appleton, Wisc.; fa: Brad Cullen; mo: Pam (surname not stated). Survived by his parents; a half-sister: Callie Ann Cullen at home; maternal grandparents: Herbert and Delores Strubbe Lindsay of Elizabeth; paternal grandparents: Frank and Donna Dietz of Darboy, Wisc.; maternal g-grandparents: Norman and Phyllis Wilson of Appleton, Wisc., and George and Doris Cullen of Rockford; maternal g-g-grandmother: Irene Moody of Jacksonville; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

CULLISON, Robert B.; b: 20Feb1925, Lawrence Co., Il.; d: 14Dec1988, Litchfield, Il.; bu: Whitehouse Cemetery; m: Bertha Brown (date and place not stated); fa: Frank Cullison; mo: Minta Waggoner. Wife preceded in death in 1987. A resident of Gillespie, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by two sons: Robert Kent Cullison of Litchfield and Bradford Cullison of Gillespie; a daughter: Janet Cook of Bradley; three brothers: J. R. of Glendale Ariz.; Arthur of Athens, Ga., and Harold of Indianapolis; two sisters: Bernice Wright of Sumner and Mildred Greene of Indianapolis; and two grandchildren.

CULLY, Byron O.; b: 17Sep1899 (place not stated); d: 7Feb1979, Tucson, Arizona; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Edna (surname not stated); fa: Edgar Oliver Cully; mo: Effie Cox. A resident of Freeport, Il. Survived by his wife; a brother: Lloyd of Muskegon, Mich.; and two sisters: Mrs. Hugh (Isabell) Norfleet of New Berlin and Miss Claribel Cully of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother.

CULLY, Dorothy H. (Houston); b: 10Dec1910, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 16Oct1994, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery, north of Jacksonville, Il.; m: Harold D. Cully on 18Aug1926 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: George Edward Houston, Sr.; mo:Sarah Katherine Rentschler. Husband preceded in death 11Jun1994. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Ed (Barbara) Furlong of Phoenix, Ariz.; two granddaughters; five g-grandchildren; a brother: Robert (wife, Bertie) Houston of Jacksonville; and several niece and nephews. Preceded by three sisters: Esther Petefish, Inez Scott and Sarah Hess; and five brothers: Bryon, George E., Jr., Russell, Charles and Howard Houston.

CULLY, Elsie L.; b: 6Sep1895, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 27Feb1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery; fa: Thomas H. Cully; mo: Emlin Paschal. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Eleanor Solomon of Jacksonville and Mrs. Lester (Ethel) Wood of Escondido, Calif.; two brothers: Harold D. Cully and Ben Cully, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by a brother: Robert.

CULLY, Harold D.; b: 17Feb1903, Morgan County, Il.; d: 11Jun1994, Jacksonville, Il. bu: Ebenezer Cemetery, north of Jacksonville, IL.; m: Dorothy H. Houston on 18Aug1926 in Morgan Co., Il.; fa: Thomas Howard Cully; mo: Emlin Dunn. Survived by his wife of the Barton Stone Nursing Home in Jacksonville; a daughter: Mrs. Ed (Barbara) Furlong of Franklin; two granddaughters; five g-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Ben and Robert Cully; and three sisters: Ethel Wood, Eleanor Solomon and Elsie Cully.

CULLY, James D.; b: 11Jan1909, St. Louis, Mo.; d: 10Mar1988, Jacksonville, Il; ;bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, IL.; m: Lucille M. Nunes on 30Jun1934 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: James O. Cully; mo: Mary Ellen Konrad. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; two brothers: Robert of Springfield and Donald "Boots" of Athens; and one sister: Helen Pendergraft of Vista, Calif. Preceded by one son: James D., Jr.; and two brothers: Jack and Cletus.

CULLY, John Hackman; b: 10Feb1909, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 1Feb1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Catherine Kelly on 10Sep1936 in Jacksonville, IL.; fa: Charles E. Cully; mo: Blanche Hackman. Survived by his wife; one son: John Richard Cully of Bloomington; two grandchildren; Scott Lewis Cully and Jennifer Ann Cully, both of Bloomington; two nephews: Charles E. Cully of South Elgin and Robert Cully of Montgomery; several great-nieces and nephews. Preceded by one brother and one sister.

CULLY, John Wilbur "Web"; b: 27Sep1907, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 6Mar1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Helen M. Schneider on 11Apr1931 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: John A. Cully; mo: Anna Richardson. Survived by his wife; three children: Mrs. Tony (Norma Jean) Olaerts of Placentia, Calif., Gerald of Pearl River, N.Y. and Mrs. Gilbert (Janet) Mulch of Corona, Calif.; seven grandchildren; a great-grandson; a sister: Mary Ellen Honey of Alberta, Canada; and three brothers: Gene, Earl, and Don, all of Jacksonville.

CULLY, Lucille M. (Nunes); b: 17Sep1913, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 16Dec1995, Jacksonville, IL.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: James D. Cully on 30Jun1934 in Hannibal, Mo.; fa: Edward P. Nunes; mo: Eva Vasconcellos. Husband preceded in death. Survived by two brothers: Lawrence (wife, Emma) Nunes of Jacksonville and Raymond (wife, Pauline) Nunes of Peoria; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by one son: James D. Cully, Jr. in infancy; five brothers; and two sisters.

CULLY, Mary Ellen (Konrad); b: 8Feb1886, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 2Apr1977, Morning Sun, Ia; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, IL.; m: James O. Cully (date and place not stated); fa: Peter Konrad; mo: Catherine Dunn. Husband preceded in death in August, 1959. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. John W. (Helen) Pendergraft of Vista, Calif.; three sons: James David Cully of Jacksonville, Robert E. Cully of Springfield and Boots Cully of Athens; six grand and six g-grandchildren; and a brother: David H. Konrad of Roodhouse. Preceded by two sons: John C. and Cletus F. Cully; seven brothers; and a sister.

CULLY, Rose A. (Henderson); b: 14Jul1899, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 23Dec1986, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Ebenezer Cemetery; m: W. Ben Cully on 18Jan1922 (place not stated); fa: William Walker Henderson; mo: Emma Freitag. Husband preceded in death 21Jan1985. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Carl (Marjorie) Breckon of Meredosia; three sons: William H. Cully of Murrayville and Edward B. and Wayne L. Cully, both of Jacksonville; nine grand and 10 g-grandchildren; and a brother: William P. Henderson of rural Jacksonville. Preceded by three brothers: Harold, Allen and Irl.

CULLY, William Arthur; b: 2Apr1904, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 21Mar1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mildred Morris on 21Feb1925 (place not stated); fa: John A. Cully; mo: Anna Richardson. Survived by his wife; the following children: John William Cully of Sacramento, Calif., James Arthur Cully of rural Jacksonville, Mrs. Raymond (Mary Anne) Maul of rural Ashland and Mrs. Gary (Carol Susan) Sarff of rural Bath; seven grand and five g-grandchildren; four brothers: J. W. Cully and Donald Cully, both of Jacksonville, and Gene Cully and Earl Cully, both of rural Jacksonville; and a sister: Mary Ellen Honey of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

CULP, Florence L. (Umbarger); b: 6Jun1901, Coles Co., Il.; d: 5Feb1981, Rushville Il.; bu: Forest Lawn Memorial Garden Cemetery, Macomb, Il.; m: Roy H. Culp on 12Jun1922 in Casey, Il.; fa: Elmer Umbarger; mo: Nettie Wolfe. Husband preceded in death 24Sep1978. A resident of rural Rushville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Troy (Mary) Ritchey of Rushville; four grand and seven g-grandchildren; and a sister: Mrs. Ruth Digney of Long Beach, Calif.; and a brother: Charles Umbarger of Casey. Preceded by a son: Lester; an infant daughter: Wilma; two brothers; and a sister.

CULP, William Vincent; b: 23Nov1908, Taylorville, Il.; d: 2Dec1989, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Waveland Cemetery, Hillsboro, Il.; m: Mary Catherine Green on 7Nov1936 (place not stated); fa: James Calvin Culp; mo: Josephine Toohey. Survived by his wife; a son: James Calvin Culp of Evansville, Ind..; a daughter: Mrs. Harold (Rosemary) Ashbaker of Pekin; four grand, three step-grand and two g-grandchildren; a brother: Donald Culp of Los Angeles, Calif.; and two sisters: Mrs. Leo (Helen) Brown of Decatur and Mrs. Maynard (Ruth) Harrington of Litchfield. Preceded by three brothers.

CULVES, Earl L.; b: (not stated); d: 6Dec1994, Springfield, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: Bonnie (surname and date/place of marriage not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of rural Beardstown; was 64 years of age at death. Survived by his wife of Beardstown; one son: Cliff (wife, Nancy) of Beardstown; one brother: John Culves of Ft. Myers, Fla.; one sister: Bernice Zima of Beardstown; two grandchildren; and one g-grandson.

CUMA, Anthony J.; b: 18Jan1920, Phillips, Wisc.; d: 9May1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Mildred Misovic on 18May1946 in Chicago, Il.; fa: George Cuma; mo: Amelia Chodor. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. James (Diane) Buhlig of Jacksonville, Mrs. Michael (Nancy) Dugan of Warrenville and Mrs. James (Rosemary) Hocking of Chillocothe; four grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Anna Polacek of Arkdale, Wisc.; two brothers: George Cuma of Three Oaks, Mich., and Joseph Cuma of Darien. Preceded by a grandson and a sister.

CUMBY, Bess (Young); b: 23May1893 (place not stated); d: 19Nov1976, Winchester, Il.; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: Edward Cumby in 1911 at Scott Co., Il.; fa: John Young; mo: Kate Christison. Husband preceded in death in 1967. Survived by a granddaughter: Mrs. Sidney Goodwin of Houston, Tex.; a nephew: William Cumby of Winchester; a sister: Gertrude Gillingham of Pueblo, Colo.; and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by a daughter and two sisters.

CUMBY, Charles Raymond; b: 12Jan1949, Scott Co., Il.; d: 26Jul1987, Everett, Washington; bu: (not stated); m: Anita Ennis in December, 1974 (place not stated); fa: Walter Cumby; mo: Elsie Thrasher. A resident of Marysville, Washington; formerly of Bluffs, Il. Marine Corp Vietnam vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Alex Lee Cumby of Marysville, Wash.; four sisters: Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Smith of Bluffs, Mrs. Craig (Wanda) Campbell of Arenzville, Mrs. Billie (Frances) Reuter of Winchester and Mrs. Robert (Betty) Johnson of Clayton; and numerous nieces and nephews.

CUMBY, Edward P.; b: 6Dec1950, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 24Feb1988, Quincy, Il.; bu: Green Mountain Cemetery, Quincy, Il.; m: Peggy Parsons on 3Aug1978 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: William Paul Cumby; mo: Genevieve Rowe. Survived by his wife; two sons: Shawn Robert and Brandon Travis, both of Quincy; his father: William of Winchester; his mother: Genevieve Hayden of Pittsfield; a sister: Marcia Moore of Quincy; and two step-sisters: Teresa Boucher of Quincy and Carol Wintham of Carlinville.

CUMBY, Everett Lee; b: 31Mar1918, Winchester, Il.; d: 6Dec1979, Springfield, Il.; bu: Berlin, Il.; m: Pearl Weger in Hannibal, Mo. (date not stated); fa: Virgil Cumby; mo: Anna Fowler. A resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by his wife; three sons: James L. of New Berlin, Clarence of Colona and Everett D. of Alexander; three daughters: Patricia Large of Murrayville, Betty Tomlin of Loami and Ethel Bachman of Auburn; 12 grand and two g-grandchildren; one brother: William of New Berlin; four sisters; Erma Lynn of Loami, Mildred Perkins and Goldie Fowler of Winchester, and Mae Brown of Virginia; and several nieces and nephews.

CUMBY, Lola; b: 20Apr1890, Scott Co., Il.; d: 25Jan1978, Winchester, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: Vincent C. Cumby; mo: Laura Watt. Survived by six nieces and a nephew.

CUMBY, Mae (Lewis); b:28Nov1917, New Berlin, Il.; d: 22Aug1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Wood Wreath Cemetery, Island Grove, Il.; m: William J. Cumby on 8Sep1934 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Earl Rockmon Lewis; mo: Augusta Christine Berndt. A resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. William L. (Anna Margaret) Poole of New Berlin; two sons: William L. of rural Springfield and Richard of Arlington, Tex.; nine grandchildren; four sisters: Ruth Jones of Pekin, Rose Prince of New Berlin, Barbara Gansbauer and Betty Pope, both of Springfield; four brothers: Ralph Lewis of Thayer, Loren Lewis of Athens, and James and Robert Lewis, both of Springfield. Preceded by a great-grandchild.

CUMBY, Marie B. (Young); b: 31Mar1924, Jersey Co., Il.; d: 17Sep1983, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: Delbert Cumby (date and place not stated); fa: Walter Young; mo: Blanche Hutchinson. Husband preceded in death in 1959. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by seven sisters: Eileen Lutker of Cahokia, Bernice Hazelwood, Louise Fitzgibbons and Shirley Carter, all of Jerseyville, Alice Baker of Alsey, Sylvia Carter of Mt. Olive and Judy Seragusa of Wood River.

CUMBY, Myrtle Maxine (Hatcher); b: 16Mar1919, Greene Co., Il.; d: 1Jan1991, Ft. Myers, Fla.; bu: Pine Tree Cemetery, Patterson, Il.; m: Murel Cumby on 7Mar1942 in Bowling Green, Mo.; fa: Richard L. Hatcher; mo: Anna Belle Nell. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: Dennis of Roodhouse; two grandchildren: Joel and Lindsey, both of Roodhouse; three sisters: Mrs. Irene McCool of Springfield, Mrs. Cecil McGlasson of Jacksonville and Mrs. Gladys Fundel of Roodhouse; and one brother: Bill Hatcher of Chatham.

CUMBY, Pauline Rowe (Six); b: 10Mar1940, Bluffs, Il.; d: 7Oct1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: James Cumby on 29Sep1984 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: David Perry Six; mo: Hazel Floyd. Survived by her husband; four sons: Tony Rowe of Mattoon, Gerald Rowe and Charles Rowe, both of Jacksonville, and Chris Rowe of Pennsylvania; four grandchildren; seven sisters: Mrs. Fred (Laura) Steinmann of Cottage Hills, Mrs. Dorothy Oris of Plainsville, Ohio, Mrs. Eugene (Violet) Neese of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Esther Barfield of Versailles, Virginia Hamm of Decatur, Mrs. Robert (Shirley) Phillips of Rushville and Mrs. Richard (Norma) Monroe of Jacksonville; and a brother: Leroy Six of Chapin. Preceded by a son, a brother and a sister.

CUMBY, Thomas; b: 2Apr1931, Pike Co., Il.; d: 7Jan1992, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Doris Schofield on 3Nov1951 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Frank Cumby; mo: Rose Inman. A resident of Berdan, Il. Korean War vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Kevin Cumby of Savanah, Ga.; a daughter: Brenda Miller of Jerseyville; four grandchildren; two sisters: Alberta Abell and Ethel Howard, both of Tampico; and two brothers: John Cumby of Rock Falls and Jimmy Cumby of DeKalb. Preceded by a brother: Bill.

CUMBY, William J.; b: 25Dec1909, Winchester, Il.; d: 14May1987, New Berlin, Il.; bu: Woodwreath Cemetery, Island Grove, Il.; fa: Virgil Cumby; mo: Anna Fowler. Wife preceded in death in 1983. Survived by two sons: William L. of Springfield and Richard of Arlington, Tex.; one daughter: Mrs. William (Ann Margaret) Poole of New Berlin; 9 grand and 6 g-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Mildred Perkins of Winchester; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded by a daughter: Virginia in 1944; one great-grandson; his parents; two brothers: Elmer and Everett; and four sisters: Mae Brown, Cecil Boatman, Goldie Fowler and Helen Cumby.

CUMMINGS, Clara M. (Walters); b: 28Nov1890, Greene Co., Il.; d: 3Jan1988, Jerseyville, Il.; bu: Borlin Cemetery, southwest of Carrollton, Il.; m: Ornan Cummings on 25Oct1911 (place not stated); fa: Charles Walter; mo: Mary E. Price. Husband preceded in death 25Nov1965. Survived by six daughters: Mrs. Jessie Spensler of Tuscola, Mrs. Geraldine Krauschaar of Eldred, Mrs. Arthur (Wilma) Thorton of Greenfield, Mrs. James (Viola) McCormick of Mulberry Grove, Mrs. Charles (Mabel) Rutherford of Rock Falls and Mrs. Leonard (Imogene) Cook of Prophetstown; two sons: Howard of Delhi and Ornan of Rock Falls; numerous grand, g-grand and g-g-grandchildren; and one brother: Charles of Eldred. Preceded by two brothers, three sisters, two sons, a daughter, granddaughter, great-grandson and g-g-grandson.

CUMMINGS, Earle Elton "Junior"; b: 19Jun1924, Winchester, Il.; d: 25Oct1990, Anaheim, Calif.; bu: Winchester, Il.; fa: Ernest Elton Cummings; mo: Eva Mae Cumby. A resident of Midway City, Calif.; formerly of Winchester, Il. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. Thomas (Norma) Spradlin of Waverly and Virginia McClasson of Jacksonville; two brothers: Robert "Bo" Cummings of Talahassee, Fla. and Ted Cummings of Jacksonville. Preceded by three sisters.

CUMMINGS, F. G. "Frank"; b: 22Feb1924, Maplewood, Mo.; d: 6Sep1988, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: Lila Devening on 11Oct1951 at Pocahontas, Ark.; fa: John R. Cummings; mo: Tracie Crone. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; four daughters: Barbara McDaniel of Houston, Tex., Beverly Fessler of Dow, Elizabeth Fenton of Kane and Tracie Cummings, at home; three sons: David of Cheyenne, Wyo., Daniel of Kane and Michael of Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska; 10 grandchildren; two brothers: John R. Cummings of West Point, Calif., and Roy "Gabby" Cummings of Champaign.

CUMMINGS, Flo (Smith); b: 24Apr1903, Oklahoma; d: 23May1986, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Baylis, Il.; m: 1) Albert Spencer (date and place not stated); and 2) Percy Leland Cummings on 24Apr1926 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Jesse Calvin Smith; mo: Lulu Maude Kellum. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by her husband; one son: Dale Spencer of Perry; one grandson: Larry Spencer of Perry; one great-grandson: Shane Spencer of Perry; two step-great-grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Everett (Ada) Autry of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews.

CUMMINGS, Lew W.; b: 9Jan1901, Chambersburg, Il.; d: 10Aug1993, Barry, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: Hardin Wallace Cummings; mo: Anna Myers. A resident of rural Chambersburg, Il. Survived by one sister: Mary L. Cummings of Chambersburg.

CUMMINGS, Lila I. (Devening); b: 11Aug1925, Fieldon, Il.; d: 19Apr1995, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Kane, Il.; m: F. G. "Frank" Cummings on 11Oct1851 in Pocahontas, Ark.; fa: Roy Devening; mo: Edna Murray. Husband preceded in death 6Sep1988. A resident of Kane, Il. Survived by four daughters: Barbara Yarrell of Plano, Tex., Beverly Fessler of LaCrosse, Ind., Elizabeth Fenton of Kane and Tracie Cummings of Kane; three sons: David Cummings of Cheyene, Wyo., Daniel Cummings of Jerseyville and Michael Cummings of Carbondale; 15 grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; and one sister: Mary Jean Aderton of Hardin. Preceded by a sister: Ruth Allen.

CUMMINGS, Louis; b: 22Nov1908 (place not stated); d: 14Nov1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oklahoma; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Clarence (Mary Patricia) Houde of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

CUMMINGS, Mary L.; b: (not stated); d: 29Dec1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Chambersburg, Il.; was 90 years of age at death. Survived by three cousins: Charles Myers of Griggsville, Dale Myers of Chambersburg, and Mary Myers Riley of the Barry Community Care Center.

CUMMINGS, Roberta M. (McEvers); b: 30Nov1915, Winchester, Il.; d: 19Mar1992, White Hall, Il.; m: George B. Cummings on 24Jun1936 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Myrl McEvers; mo: Tessie Woodall. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. John (Gloria) Slavens of Luxembourg, Europe; two grandsons; a brother: Myrl McEvers of White Hall; and a sister: Isabel Ford of White Hall.

CUMMINGS, Walter; b: 27Nov1917, Beardstown, Il.; d: 29Oct1984, St. Louis, Mo.; bu: Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Hazel Louise Bosecker (date and place not stated); fa: Henry Clayton Cummings; mo: Minnie Underwood. Wife preceded in death in July, 1964. A resident of Collinsville, Il.; formerly of Jacksonville, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. James (Sally) Parkhill of Collinsville; one brother: Charles Cummings of Atlanta, Ga.; and one sister: Mrs. William (Dorothy) Markillie, Sr. of Jacksonville.

CUMMINS, Charles; b: 5Jul1918, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 28Oct1984, Rolling Meadows, Il.; bu: Crestview Memorial Park, Rolling Meadows, Il.; m: Doris Moore on 8Aug1942 (place not stated); fa: Raymond Cummins; mo: Nellie Mae (surname not stated). Survived by his wife; a son: Ken of Bedford, Tex.; five sisters: Norma Jean O'Brien of Greenfield, Alice Mae Orton of Peoria, Helen Ruth Reid of Murrayville, Mildred Hoots of Roodhouse and Lorene Edwards of Arenzville; four brothers: Ray of Tucson, Ariz., Raymond, Jr. of Mena, Ark., Floyd of Roodhouse and Orville of Las Cruces, N.M.; and three grandchildren.

CUMMINS, Gerald D.; b: 10Jun1913, Greene Co., Il.; d: 7Oct1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Union Cemetery, near Greenfield, Il.; m: Pauline Rimbey on 11Apr1934 in Greene Co., Il.; fa: Oren Cummins; mo: Ruth Prather. A resident of Athensville, Il. Survived by his wife; three sons: Danny of Jacksonville, Lyndel of Rock Island and Terry of Athensville; seven grandchildren; and two sisters: Beulah Morrow of Athensville and Evelyn Wooten of Godfrey. Preceded by one brother: Harold "Charlie" Cummins.

CUMMINS, James Luther; b: 21Jul1888, Kentucky; d: 23Jul1977, White Hall, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Fannie Bermes (date and place not stated); fa: William Cummins; mo: Anna Alsberry. Wife preceded in death 17Feb1971. A resident of Greenfield, Il. Survived by two sons: Kenneth of Greenfield and Roy of Alton; two grand and five g-grandchildren.

CUMMINS, Kenneth; b: 21Nov1917, Greenfield, Il.; d: 1Jul1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Jewel Prather on 16Aug1940 (place not stated); fa: James Cummins; mo: Fannie Bermes. A resident of Greenfield, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; one son: Robert Cummins of Roodhouse; two grandchildren; and one brother: Roy Cummins of Alton.

CUMMINS, Nellie Mae (Dyer); b:12Jul1890, Greene Co., Il.; d: 29Jan1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Richwoods Cemetery, east of Roodhouse, Il.; m: Raymond Cummins in 1908 (place not stated); fa: Caleb Dyer; mo: Lucy Hopper. Husband preceded in death in 1939. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by these children: Orval Cummins of Pleasant Plains, Mrs. Curtis (Lorene) Edwards of Arenzville, Ray Cummins of Tucson, Ariz., Kenneth Cummins of Wichita Falls, Tex., Floyd Cummins of Roodhouse, Mrs. Lester (Mildred) Hoots of Patterson, Raymond Cummins, Jr. of Brownwood, Tex., Mrs. Helen Reid of Murrayville, Mrs. Roscoe (Alice) Orten, Jr. of Washington, Il., and Mrs. Pat (Jean) O'Brien of Rockbridge; 20 grand and 24 g-grandchildren; a brother: Arthur Dyer of Winchester; and three sisters: Jan Wyatt of Roodhouse, Della Wiser of East Alton and Hester Ringer of Brownsville, Texas. Preceded by three children; a brother; and a sister.

CUNNINGHAM, Alberta (Cooper); b: 25Sep1908, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 23May1981, Ft. Pierce, Fla.; bu: Springfield, Ohio; m: Harold Cunningham (date and place not stated); fa: Oscar Cooper; mo: Eliza Witty. A resident of Port Saint Lucie, Fla. Survived by her husband; two daughters: Mrs. Bruce A. (Audrey) Wright of Fairfax, Va., and Mrs. Richard (Paula) Feldner of Springfield, Ohio; one son: Harold, Jr. of Springfield, Ohio; six grandchildren; and one sister: Mrs. Okaleigh (Dorothy) Adkins of Illinois. Preceded by two brothers.

CUNNINGHAM, Alta (Lung); b: 15Dec1913, Verndale, Saskatchewan; d: 16Aug1983, Rushville Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Cecil Cunningham on 14May1939 in Litchfield, Il.; fa: Frank Lung; mo: Jesse Bartlett. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Carol Woods of Garden Grove, Calif.; two sons: Charles and James, both of Rushville; four sisters: Mrs. Hazel Yates of Camden, Mrs. Elva Yates of El Paso, Mrs. Rosa Blanchard of Mason City, and Mrs. Annie Kielau of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; nine grandchildren; and one g-granddaughter. Preceded by two sisters and three brothers.

CUNNINGHAM, Angela Michelle (Puskar); b: 22Aug1971, Jerseyville, Il.; d: 23Sep1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Medora, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: George Puskar; mo: Bonnie Geisler. A resident of Medora, Il. Survived by her father and step-mother: George and Ang Puskar of Medora; her mother of Medora; fiancÚ: Mick Plogger of Rockbridge; one daughter: Jessica Cunningham of Medora; maternal grandparents: Lloyd and Jessie Froble of Jerseyville; paternal grandmother: Helen Puskar of Brighton; and five sisters: Amy, Amanda, Kara, Romona and Tara Puskar, all of Medora. Preceded by two grandfathers: Lester Geisler and George Puskar.

CUNNINGHAM, Anna B. (Hazelrigg); b: 10Aug1895, Winchester, Il.; d: 13Sep1988, Milton, Il.; bu: Glasgow, Il.; m: William F. Cunningham on 24Dec1919 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: George Hazelrigg; mo: Ann Taylor. Husband preceded in death in 1962. A resident of Glasgow, Il. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by four brothers: Oder, Herbert, Frank and Jesse Hazelrigg; and two sisters: Alda McCracken and Dollie.

CUNNINGHAM, Bernice (Scott); b: (not stated); d: 10May1976, Bloomington Il.; bu: Bloomington, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Charles Scott; mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death. A resident of Chapin, Il.; was 74 years of age at death. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Etta Keran of Chillicothe; three nieces and three nephews, one of whom is Clifford Scott of Chapin, among others. Preceded by a son; two sisters; and a brother.

CUNNINGHAM, Bertha (Cronin); b: (not stated); d: 13Jul1977, Granite City, Il.; bu: (not stated); m: Fred Cunningham (date and place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Husband preceded in death. A resident of Granite City, Il.; was 85 years of age at death. Survived by three daughters; one brother; and two sisters.

CUNNINGHAM, Carl A.; b: 16Apr1911, Coatsburg, Il.; d: 31Jul1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Betty Fowler on 16Nov1935 in Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Roy Cunningham; mo: Marie Freeman. Survived by his wife; a son: Carl Cunningham, Jr. of Griggsville; a daughter: Mrs. James A. (Catherine) Foster of Lorton, Va.; one brother: Milton C. Cunningham of Rock Island; a half-sister: Mrs. Don (Mary Jean) Ponton of Clifton; and five grandchildren. Preceded by one sister and one grandchild.

CUNNINGHAM, David E.; b: (not stated); d: 2Sep1989, Dayton, Ohio; bu: St. John's Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Joan Helenthal in 1973 at Alton, Il.; fa: Robert Neal Cunningham; mo: Marjorie Carmody. A resident of Mentor, Ohio; was 39 years of age at death. Survived by his wife; three children: Brian, Mark and Julie, all at home; four brothers: Bradley and Paul of Alton, Michael of Elsah and Patrick of Carrollton; and his maternal grandmother: Adrienne Carmody of Carrollton.

CUNNINGHAM, Donovan W.; b: 29Mar1909, Murrayville, Il.; d: 3Nov1990, Decatur, Il.; bu: Star of Hope-Graceland Cemetery, Decatur, Il.; m: Margaret E. Phillips in 1930 (place not stated); fa: George M. Cunningham; mo: Mary E. Tendick. Wife preceded in death 10Oct1981. A resident of Decatur, Il. WWII vet. Survived by a nephew: Roger Ezard of Jacksonville; and one niece: Nancy Wheelwright of Springfield. Preceded by three sisters.

CUNNINGHAM, Edna C. (Staser); b: 1Dec1898, Mt. Erie, Il.; d: 30Oct1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Hudson, Il.; m: 1) Albert Conaway on 18Dec1915 in Mt. Erie, Il.; and 2) Paul H Cunningham on 19Feb1954 in Peoria, Il.; fa: Van R. Staser; mo: Della Best. A resident of Mt. Sterling; formerly of El Paso, Il. 1st husband preceded in death 27Nov1952. Survived by her husband; a daughter: Mrs. Louise Hawkins of Mt. Sterling; two sons: Russell Conaway of Kenosha, Wisc., and Robert Conaway of Mt. Sterling; two brothers: Frank and Clinton Staser, both of Peoria; two sisters: Mrs. Marie Gaddy of Flora and Mrs. Athea Thomas of Flannagan; 19 grand and 27 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons, two brothers and three sisters.

CUNNINGHAM, Elizabeth A. (Akin); b: 25Nov1923, Springfield, Il.; d: 13Jul1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oak Hill Cemetery, Buckhart, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Percy Akin; mo: Catherine Girard. Survived by a son: Kenneth McDannald of Jacksonville; two daughters: Mrs. Elizabeth Beddingfield of Pamona, Calif., and Mrs. Thomas (Sharon) Vieira of Jacksonville; and six grandchildren.

CUNNINGHAM, Elsie Mae (Vinyard); b: 17Feb1918, Walkerville, Il.; d. 15Sep 1988, Jerseyville, IL; bu: Walkerville, Il.; m: 1) Maurice Porter Beem on 14Feb1942; and 2) Guy R. Cunningham on 16Feb1974 (places not stated); fa: Lee Vinyard; mo: Evie Young. 1st husband preceded in death 17Jul1968; 2nd died 15Mar1983. Survived by three sons: Ron Beem of Stillman Valley, James Beem of Rockford and David Beem of Hayward, Calif.; a daughter: Susan Schofield of Tampico; five grandchildren; a great-grandson; and a sister: Ruth Pitts of Dayton, Ohio. Preceded by two sisters and two brothers.

CUNNINGHAM, Frances Lucille (Shepler); b: 18May1915, Greencastle, Mo.; d: 2May1996, Springfield, Il.; bu: Green Castle, Mo.; m: 1) John Edward Mardis in September, 1937; and 2) Clarence Cunningham on 11Jun1960 (places not stated); fa: Jerome Shepler; mo: Chloe E. Kent. 1st husband preceded in death 21Sep1948. A resident of Virginia, Il.; formerly of Green Castle, Mo. Survived by her husband; one son: John Edward Mardis of rural Jacksonville; two daughters: Joneyce Creason and Lana Mardis; one step-son: Ronald Cunningham of Muscatine, Iowa; two granddaughters; one brother: Leland Shepler of Leonard, Mo.; one sister: Ina Gail Kelly of Leonard, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews.

CUNNINGHAM, George F.; b: 10Sep1891, Greene Co., IL.; d: 11Jul1976, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Pearl Henkel (date and place not stated); fa: George Cunningham; mo Emma Kahler. Wife preceded in death I 1954. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by daughter: Catherine Gilbert of Bunker Hill; a son: Francis of Carrollton; four grandchildren; two sisters: Margart Siemer and Theresa Kornin of Carrollton. Preceded by a brother and two sisters.

CUNNINGHAM, Gladys; b: 27Oct1895, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 1May1983, Macomb, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; fa: Charles D. Cunningham; mo: Mary C. Unger. A resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Juanita C. Rebman of Macomb; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by three brothers and five sisters.

CUNNINGHAM, Guy Russell; b: 15Jul1913, Carrollton, Il.; d: 15Mar1983, White Hall, Il.; bu: Walkerville, Il.; m: Elsie Vinyard on 16Feb1984 in White Hall, Il.; fa: Arthur J. Cunningham; mo: Mary Robinson. Survived by his wife; four daughters: Mrs. Leslie (Bertie) Bushnell of Eldred, Mrs. Jack (Guyla) Ward of Carrollton, Mrs. Gary (Mary) McMillen of Jacksonville and Sylvia Cunningham of Peoria; three step-sons: Ronald Beem of Stillman Valley, David Beem of New Orleans and James Beem of Rockford; a step-daughter: Mrs. Greg (Susan) Ohnen of Eric; 13 grandchildren; a sister: Mrs. William (Jean) Rozack of New Albany, Ind.; and three brothers: Joseph L. Cunningham and Robert Neil Cunningham, both of Carrollton, and Arthur Harold Cunningham of Denver, Colo. Preceded by two sons and two daughters.

CUNNINGHAM, Helen Lois (Abbott); b: 21Jul1912, Littleton, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 23Apr1984, Springfield, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Clair Cunningham on 28Apr1939 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Howard Abbott; mo: Addie Green. Husband preceded in death 23Jun1976. A resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by a foster son: Gene Hollenback; and four sisters: Mrs. Ruth Roberts of Griggsville, Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain of Springfield, Mrs. Burton (Irene) Lang of Moline and Mrs. Harold (Dorothy) Miller of Culver, Ind.

CUNNINGHAM, Jack P.; b: 29Jul1929, Springfield, Il.; d: 25Apr1988, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Camp Butler Cemetery, Springfield, Il.; m: Susan Huffman on 22Mar1957 in Roodhouse, Il.; fa: Vernon Madison Cunningham; mo: Anna Hudson. Korean War Army vet. Survived by his wife; his mother: Anna of Springfield; a son: John of Jacksonville; a daughter: Marjorie Cunningham of Jacksonville; a granddaughter: Kristy Marie Cunningham; and a sister: Barbara McBride of Springfield.

CUNNINGHAM, James R.; b: 27May1946, Macomb, Il.; d: 23Dec1983, Schuyler Co., Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Jo Anna Gehring on 24May1967 in Rushville, Il.; fa: Cecil Cunningham; mo: Alta Lung. A resident of rural Rushville, Il. Survived by his wife; his father of Rushville; two daughters: Wendy and Deanna; and one son: Jimmy, all at home; one sister: Mrs. Carol Woods of Garden Grove, Calif.; and one brother: Charles of Rushville.

CUNNINGHAM, John Charles; b: 11May1961, Carrollton, Il.; d: 9Feb1984, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; fa: Joseph L. Cunningham; mo: Eileen Smith. Survived by his parents of rural Carrollton; three sisters: Mrs. Larry (Ann) Wangelin of Godfrey, Mrs. Steve (Kay) Ogden of Godfrey and Mrs. Brian (Jane) Mooberry of Elgin; three brothers: Eric of Portsmouth, Ohio, Daniel and Art, both of Carrollton; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

CUNNINGHAM, Lottie Vandella (Campbell); b: 10Sep1890, Roodhouse, Il.; d: 4Jun1978, White Hall, Il.; bu: Fernwood Cemetery, Roodhouse, Il.; m: Hubert Cunningham (date and place not stated); fa: John Campbell; mo: Ella Lewis. Husband preceded in death in 1945. A resident of Roodhouse, Il. Survived by a sister: Mrs. Goldie Quann of White Hall; two nieces and a nephew: Vandella Dowland of Woodson, Evelyn Doyle of Cable, Wisc., and J. Richard Quann of Kenosha, Wisc.

CUNNINGHAM, Margaret E. (Phillips); b: (date not stated), Jacksonville, Il.; d: 10Oct1981, Decatur, Il.; bu: Star of Hope Mausoleum, Graceland Cemetery, Decatur, Il.; m: Donavan W. Cunningham in 1930 at Springfield, Il.; fa: John R. Phillips; mo: Mary A. (surname not stated). Was 73 years of age at time of death. Survived by her husband; a brother: John W. Phillips of Rock Island. Preceded by two sisters and a brother.

CUNNINGHAM, Marguerite (Brown); b: 21Feb1919, Jacksonville Il.; d: 11Dec1988, St. Claire Shores, Mich.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Edmund J. Cunningham (date and place not stated); fa: Elisha Anson Brown; mo: Lillian Essie Smith. Husband preceded in death. Survived by five sisters: Mrs. Cecil (Gertrude) Hodge of Coldwater, Mich., Mrs. Rolland (Barbara) Staggemeier of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Dannie G. (Marjorie) Benjamin of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Kenneth W. (Mary Catherine) Kolberer of Jacksonville and Mrs. Harry (Martha) Burns of Peoria; two brothers: Floyd Brown of St. Claire Shores, Mich., and Harold A. Brown of Ferndale, Mich.; and several nieces and nephews.

CUNNINGHAM, Mary Ann (Ward); b:29Jul1896, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 21Dec1993, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Luther Cunningham in 1921 at Carthage, Il.; fa: Charles Ward; mo: Martha Rinehart. Husband preceded in death in April, 1980. Survived by two daughters: Betty C. Klopke and Sarah L. McCutcheon, both of Sun City West, Ariz.; three grand and seven g-grandchildren; and one sister: Helen Stephens of Edina, Minn. Preceded by a brother: Winnie.

CUNNINGHAM, Maude Amelia (Neck); b: 21Oct1895, DeSoto, Mo.; d: 15Mar1993, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: Robert Harrison Cunningham on 26Jan1924 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: George Neck; mo: Hester Hopson. Husband preceded in death 28Dec1971. A resident of Winchester; formerly of St. Louis, Mo. and Orange City, Fla. Survived by two sons: Roger W. Cunningham of Dallas, Tex. and Robert H. Cunningham, Jr. of Winchester; four grand and ten g-grandchildren; and one g-g-grandson. Preceded by two sisters: Mary Ann Roberts and Adela Clark; and two brothers: Sewell Neck and George Neck.

CUNNINGHAM, Neta (Fry); b: 12Jul1898, Missouri Valley, Ia.; d: 1Mar1990, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Beardstown, Il.; m: 1) Clifton Crum on 11Dec1932; and 2) Thurman D. Cunningham on 10Mr1972. 1st husband preceded in death 29Oct1972. Survived by her husband; two sons: Lyle Spear of Bloomington and Jim Crum of Independence, Mo.; three granddaughters: one grandson; three g-grandchildren; a sister: Gertrude Crisman of Bowling Green, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by a son: Leroy; three sisters; and two brothers.

CUNNINGHAM, Paul H.; b: 8Apr1897, Fairfield, Il.; d: 2Jan1984, Rushville, Il.; bu: Evergreen Cemetery; m: 1) Pearl Billings (date and place not stated); and 2) Edna C. Staser Conaway on 16Feb1964 in Peoria, Il.; fa: Benjamin Cunningham; mo: Elvira Hearn. 1st wife preceded in death 25Nov1952; 2nd wife 30Oct1982. A resident of Modern Man Nursing Home in Mt. Sterling, Il.; formerly of El Paso, Il. Survived by three step-children: Russell Conaway of Kenosha, Wisc., Robert Conaway of Mt. Sterling, and Mrs. Louise Hawkins of Mt. Sterling,; 18 grand, 36 g-grand and one g-g-grandchild. Preceded by a son and two brothers.

CUNNINGHAM, Ray; b: 2Apr1899, Greene Co., Il.; d: 8Apr1982, White Hall, Il.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: Susie Owens on 3Sep1920 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: Samuel Cunningham; mo: Alice Goodall. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Ralph (Martha) Carter of Palmyra and Mrs. Everett (Janet) Crain of Peoria; a son: Roy Cunningham of Neponset; five grandchildren; a step-grandson; two g-grandchildren; four sisters: Mrs. Pearl Kulp and Mrs. Edith M. Graul, both of Alton, Mrs. Leta Ford and Mrs. Freda Ortel, both of Greenfield; and a brother: Elmer Cunningham of Greenfield. Preceded by a son; two brothers; and three sisters.

CUNNINGHAM, Raymond; b; 15May1909, near Ripley, Il.; d: 30Aug1995, Rushville, Il.; bu: Hersman Cemetery family lot, Hersman, Il.; m: Alice Crosier on 5Mar1954 in Pontiac, Il.; fa: Nicholas Cunningham; mo: Nellie Robbins. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Pamela Sue Davis of Mt. Sterling; one son: Ronald Cunningham of Kansas City, Kans.; three brothers: Clarence Cunningham of Fowler, Isaac Cunningham of Hoquiam, Wash., and Thomas Cunningham of Liberty; one sister: Pauline Beverly of Fowler; two grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers: Elmer and Joseph Cunningham; and one sister: Lydia Fegley.

CUNNINGHAM, Susie Marie (Owens); b: (not stated); d: 14Jun1996, Neptune Beach, Fla.; bu: Oak Wood Cemetery, Greenfield, Il.; m: S. Ray Cunningham (date and place not stated); fa: James Grant Owens; mo: Anna Lee Woor. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Neptune Beach, Fla. Survived by one son: Roy A. Cunningham of Kimberling City, Mo.; two daughters: Martha M. Carter of Jacksonville and Mary Janet Crain of Neptune Beach, Fla.; six grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded by three sisters: Flossie Nash, Freda Parish and Hallie Magill; and one brother: Floyd Owens.

CUNNINGHAM, Thruman D.; b: 22Dec1889, Atlanta, Kans.; d: 14Dec1990, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Astoria, Il.; m: 1) Telsie Grisham in 1912 at Lewistown, Il.; and 2) Neta Crum on 10Mar1974 in Beardstown, Il.; fa: David Alexander Cunningham; mo: Sarah Jane Robbins. 1st wife preceded in death in 1961; 2nd on 1Mar1990. Survived by two grand and five g-grandchildren; and two step-sons: James Crum of Blue Springs, Kans., and Lyle Spear of Bloomington. Preceded by a son: Leroy Cunningham; five sisters; and one brother.

CUOCO, Hazel Louise (Jones); b: 5Jul1925, Winchester, Il.; d: 16Sep1992, Iowa City, Iowa; bu: Winchester, Il.; m: 1) Warren Dunham in 1942 at Winchester, Il.; and 2) George Shinn in 1950 (place not stated); and 3) Peter Cuoco in 1963 in Moline, Il.; fa: Jackson Jones; mo: Ruth Jackson. A resident of Moline; formerly of Scott Co., Il. Survived by her husband, Peter; two daughters: Mrs. Randall (Sherrie) Morrison of Downers Grove and Christina Miller of Moline; five sons: Bradley Dunham of Peoria, Robert Shinn of Andover, Ronald Shinn of Colona, Jeffrey Michael Shinn of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Richard Shinn of Muscatine, Iowa; 21 grand and four g-grandchildren; and one brother: Samuel Jones of rural Roodhouse.

CUPP, Edgar L.; b: 16Nov1923, Macon, Mo.; d: 23Aug1991, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Soldier & Sailors Cemetery, Quincy, Il.; m: Nina McNeil on 19Oct1979 in Franklin, Il.; fa: Jefferson Cupp; mo: Katie Mullens. Vet. Survived by his wife; one daughter: Mrs. Nancy Cryan of Manahawkin, N.J.; two sons: Garth Cupp of Oxnard, Calif., and Jeff Cupp of Terre Haute, Ind.; a step-son: James McNeil of Macomb; six grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; and a sister: Rosie Wiemelt of Quincy.

CURFMAN, Berlin; b: 22Feb1896, Saltillo, Penn.; d: 19Apr1976, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Marie Fagan on 23Feb1915 at Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Samuel Curfman; mo: Myrtle Kimmel. A resident of rural Griggsville, Il. Survived by his wife; a daughter: Mrs. Gordon (June) Smith of Griggsville; a son: Gerald Wayne Curfman of Barry; a sister: Mrs. Stella Taylor and a brother: Robert Curfman, both of rural Perry; three grand and seven g-grandchildren.

CURFMAN, Corinne (Dorsey); b: 23Mar1910, Brown Co., Il.; d: 27Dec1978, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: McCord Cemetery, Perry, Il.; m: Robert S. Curfman on 2Jun1927 (place not stated); fa: Asa L. Dorsey; mo: Nellie Daigh. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by her husband; one daughter: Mrs. Anne Schwarz of Springfield; one son: Roger of Perry; one sister: Mrs. W. M. (Olive) Sweeting of Perry; ten grand and two g-grandchildren. {Member: D.A.R.}

CURFMAN, Gerald W.; b: 11Jan1922, Perry, Pike Co., Il.; d: 20Apr1994, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; fa: Berlin W. Curfman; mo: Marie Fagan. A resident of Kepley House, Pittsfield; formerly of Griggsville. Survived by a brother-in-law: Gordon Smith of Pittsfield; one niece: Mrs. Paul (Helen) Roland of LaPlata, Argentina; one nephew: Lynn Smith of Kirkwood, Mo. Preceded by a sister: June R. Smith; one nephew and one niece.

CURFMAN, Marie (Fagan); b: 9Sep1897, Pike Co., Il.; d: 22Oct1982, Mt. Sterling, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: Berlin W. Curfman on 23Feb1915 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: James Fagan; mo: Elizabeth Herring. Husband preceded in death 19Apr1976. A resident of rural Griggsville, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Gordon (June) Smith of rural Griggsville; a son: Gerald Wayne Curfman of Pittsfield; three grand and eight g-grandchildren. Preceded by a granddaughter; four brothers; and two sisters.

CURFMAN, Robert S.; b: 2Jun1905, Saltillio, Pa.; d: 28Mar1993, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: McCord Cemetery, Perry, Il.; m: Corinne A. Dorsey on 2Jun1927 in Winchester, Il.; fa: Samuel Curfman; mo: Myrtle Kimmel. Wife preceded in death 27Dec1978. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by one daughter: Anne Schwarz of Springfield; one son: Roger Curfman of Perry; 10 grand and 16 g-grandchildren. Preceded by one grandson: Kimmel Lee Curfman; one g-grandson: Mark Allen Miller; one brother: Berlin Curfman; and one sister: Stella Taylor.

CURLESS, Harley; b: 15Sep1911, Bluff City, Il.; d: 11Oct1982, Rushville, Il.; bu: Bluff City, Il.; m: Ina Farwell on 20Oct1932 in Astoria, Il.; fa: Charles Curless; mo: Cora Fisher. A resident of Astoria, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Donna Lane of Springfield and Mrs. Wilma Lawson of Jacksonville; two sons: Jack Curless and Donald Curless, both of Havana; 13 grand and seven g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Stella Thompson of Havana and Mrs. Helen Lau of Canton; and two brothers: Leo Curless and Donald Curless, both of Bluff City. Preceded by four brothers.

CURLESS, Ina A. (Farwell); b: 16Apr1915, Fulton Co., Il.; d: 27Feb1985, Springfield, Il.; bu: Bluffs, Il.; m: Harley Curless on 20Oct1932 in Astoria, Il.; fa: Darius Farwell; mo: Rose Workman. Husband preceded n death 11Oct1982. A resident of Astoria, IL. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Donna Lane of Springfield and Wilma Lawson of Jacksonville; two sons: Jack Curless and Donal Curless, both of Havana; 14 grand and seven g-grandchildren; four brothers: Dean Farwell and Louis Farwell, both of Rushville, Arthur Farwell of Peoria and Philip Farwell of Morton; and two sisters: Mrs. Betty Hulvey of Rushville and Mrs. Wanda Landes of Beardstown.

CURLESS, Melba K. (Etter); b: 9Mar1905, Astoria, Fulton Co., Il.; d: 24May1988, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Hartford Curless on 26Dec1931 in Bloomington, Il.; fa: John Etter; mo: Alta Beck. Husband preceded in death 3Aug1969. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Peggy) Young and Mrs. Harold E. (Norma) Smith, both of Rushville; two grandchildren; and a brother: Clair Etter of Sullivan, Mo. Preceded by a sister and a half-brother.

CURLESS, Vade Michael; b: 16Jun1963, Pittsfield, Il.; d: 27Feb1986, near Denver, Colo.; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; fa: Michael Curless; mo: Rose Wiggins. A resident of Boulder, Colo. Survived by his parents; his grandparents: Don and Laura Curless of Pittsfield and Mrs. Otis Wiggins of Scottsbluff, Neb.; three sisters: Marcy Curless of Louisville, Colo., Rena Norvell of Broomfield, Colo., and Velma Curless, at home; and a brother: Brandon Curless, at home.

CARNUTT, Ira D., Sr.; b: 3Feb1880, Greene Co., Il.; d: 28Mar1976, Carrollton, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Paula Wood in 1909 (place not stated); fa: James Carnutt; mo: Angeline Waltrip. Wife preceded in death in 1969. Survived by a son: Ira Carnutt, Jr. of Burbank, Calif.; and two granddaughters: Barbara Nagel and Cynthia Phillips; and five great-granddaughtres. Preceded by a brother and two sisters: Zeno and Emma Pierece and Ella Ford.

CURRAN, Raymond; b: 4Aug1908, Brown Co., Il.; d: 24Feb1983, Rushville, Il.; bu: Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling Il.; fa: James Curran; mo: Effie Robinson. A former resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a brother: Leo of Mt. Sterling; and a sister: Mrs. Mae Folk of Mt. Sterling.

CURRY, Belva; b: (not stated); d: 31Dec1981, Monahans, Tex.; bu: Monahans, Tex.; m: 1) Frank Goin in 1928; and 2) Al Curry in 1956 (places not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A former Jacksonville, Il. resident; was 77 years of age at time of death. (A resident of Florida, she died while visiting in Monahans, Texas over the holidays.) Survived by two daughters: Catherine Ann Ehlert of Deerfield and Mary Lee Phipps of Lakeland, Floa; and one son: Bill Goin of Monahans, Texas; and nine grandchildren.

CURRY, Beulah Mae (Otken); b: 12Feb1934, Ashland, Il.; d: 29Apr1991, Tallula, Il.; m: Dewey Curry on 13Dec1960 in Ashland, Il.; fa: John Henry Otken; mo: Alta Mibb. Husband preceded in death 16Nov1980. Survived by six sons: John Curry of Tallula, Kevin Curry of Litchfield, Ronnie Curry of Petersburg, Richard Turner of Baton Rouge, La., Robert Turner of Jacksonville and Larry Turner of Philadelphia; five daughters: Joan Moss of Tallula, Marsha Wooldridge of Chatham, Rita Moffitt of Ashland, Linda Newingham of Virginia and Joyce Underside of Tinley Park; 13 grandchildren; and one sister: Florence Draughn of Brownsville, Texas. Preceded by one brother: Frank.

CURRY, Charles M.; b: 9Mar1925, Cumberland Co., Il.; d: 17Dec1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: Muriel Myers on 18Apr1946 in Griggsville, Il.; fa: L. L. Curry; mo: Nellie Be. Cutwright. A resident of Griggsville, Il. Vet. Survived by his wife; three sons: Cleve, Kim and John, all of Griggsville; five granddaughters and one grandson; his mother; one sister: Mrs. Beulah Greiwe of Perry; three brothers: Leonard Curry of Orange Park, Fla., George Curry of Perry and Richard Curry of Griggsvile; and several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his father and one brother.

CURRY, Everett Allen; b: 23Jan1914, Morgan Co., Il.; d: 15Dec1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Isaac Curry; mo: Ella Andrews. Resided at 809 East College with two nephews: Dwight and Charles Eyre. Survived by a brother: Arthur Curry of Jacksonville; and two sisters: Lydia Risse of Springfield and Leila Mendezes of Peoria; and two nephews: Dwight Eyre and Charles Eyre, both of Jacksonville. Preceded by one brother: Claude; and one sister: Elise Ervin.

CURRY, Flavel "Dutch"; b: 27Aug1915, Mason Co., Il.; d: 10Nov1979, Havana, Il.; bu: Bethel Cemetery, Mason Co., Il.; m: Leona Shoemaker on 1Sep1936 in Mason Co., IL.; fa: Clarence Curry; mo: Martha Ishmael. A resident of Bath, Il. Survived by his wife; and a daughter: Donna, at home; a brother: Harold of Wichita Falls, Tex.; and a sister: Elsie Nall of Chandlerville.

CURRY, George W.; b: 18Feb1927, Cumberland Co., IL.; d: 11Oct1986, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Hebron Cemetery; m: Edith Mae Orr on 12Jan1948 in Griggsville, IL.; fa: L. L. Curry; mo: Nellie Cutright. A resident of Perry, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Griggsville; one son: George "Bill" Curry of Jacksonville; two daughters: Mrs. Mike (Marcia) Fesler of Barry and Nancy Curry of Perry; two grandchildren; one sister: Mrs. Paul (Beulah) Greiwe of Perry; two brothers: Richard of Griggsville and Leonard of Orange Park, Fla.; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by his father and two brothers: Paul and Charles.

CURRY, Ida M.; b: 5Sep1888, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 12Sep1988, Lewistown, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Beverly N. Curry; mo: Fairy Belle Crawford. A resident of Mt. Sterling, Il. Survived by a sister: Naomi Curry of Mt. Sterling; and several nieces and nephews, including George McCoy of Mt. Sterling. Preceded by five brothers: Earl, Harold, Mark, Homer and Ray; and three sisters: Bess, Zeta and Grace.

CURRY, Jeannette I. (Richards); b: 31Aug1942, Springfield, Il.; d: 21Dec1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Mick Curry on 22Dec1961 in Pleasant Plains, Il.; fa: David W. Richards; mo: Maxine E. Kunz. A resident of Pleasant Plains, Il. Survived by her husband; her father of Pleasant Plains; her mother of Pleasant Plains; one son: Chard, at home; one sister: Mrs. John (Linda) Wallbaum of Jacksonville; four brothers: David A. Richards of Athens, Gary A. Richards of Pleasant Plains, Larry E. Richards of Springfield and William G. Richards of Athens; and several nieces and nephews.

CURRY, Naomi Louise; b: 12Sep1896, Mt. Sterling, Il.; d: 24Sep1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: Beverly N. Curry; mo: Fairy Bell Crawford. A former resident of Mt. Sterling. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Preceded by five brothers: Earl John, Harold Leon, James Ray, Merteri Roy and Home Charles Curry; and four sisters: Bessie Lamb Lappin, Grace Ellen Meyer, Ida May Curry and Zeta Elizabeth Burns.

CURRY, Nellie B. (Cutright); b: 6Oct1896, Cumberland Co., Il.; d: 10Aug1991, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Griggsville, Il.; m: L. L. Curry on 20Dec1914 in Union Center, Il.; fa: Melvin Cutright; mo: Addie Coleman. Husband preceded in death 24Mar1953. A former resident of Griggsville, Il. Survived by one daughter: Beulah G. Greiwe of Perry; one son: Richard E. Curry of Griggsville; 15 grand and 21 g-grandchildren; one sister: Nora Buckley of Casey; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by four sons: Paul Curry, Leonard Curry, Charles Curry and George Curry; and two sisters: Alma Comer and Grace Stewart; and one brother: Charles Cutright.

CURRY, Paul H.; b: 4Oct1915, Union Co., near Casey, Il.; d: 23Aug1983, Pleasant Hill. Il.; bu: Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Il.; m: Nina R. Lord on 2May1937 in Perry, Il.; fa: L. L. Curry; mo: Nellie Cutright. Survived by his mother; his wife; a son: Robert of Springfield, Mo.; four grandchildren; four brothers: Leonard of Orange Park, Fla., Charles and Richard of Griggsville and George of Perry; and a sister: Mrs. Paul (Beulah) Griewe of Perry.

CURRY, Robert James; b: 12Jul1925, Chester, W.V.;p d: 19Nov1993, Maui, Hawaii; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville Il.; m: Rose Marie Huggins on 4Nov1950 (place not stated); fa: Robert P. Curry; mo: Genevieve Swartz. A resident of Bartlett; formerly of Jacksonville. Navy vet. Survived by his wife; his mother of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; two sons: Robin Curry of Lahaina, Hawaii and Patrick Curry of Bartlett; one brother: David Curry of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and one sister: Dorothy Bahre of Nashville, Il. Preceded by his father and one brother: Samuel Curry.

CURTIN, T. L.; b: 15Jul1903, Beardstown, Il.; d: 23Oct1993, Rushville Il.; bu: St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, near Beardstown, Il.; fa: John Curtin; mo: Molly Dieckhaus. A resident of Beardstown, Il. Survived by his wife; two sons: Ted of Fithian and Dale Curtin of Jackson, Mich.; five grand and six g-grandchildren. Preceded by two brothers and one sister.

CURTIS, Annette Eva (McLean); b: 16Jul1911, Jacksonville Il.; d: 16Sep1981, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Charles Curtis on 1Mar1930 (place not stated); fa: William Franklin McLean; mo: Barbara Jane Huff. Husband preceded in death in 1978. Survived by the following children: Harold Robert of Florissant, Mo., Gary Allen of Austin, Tex., Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Crews of Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. Michael (Doris) Kaiser of Alexander, Charles K. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Michael (Janet) Lynn of Virginia, and Mrs. Edward (Jeanette) Dolen of Winchester; 22 grandchildren; and a sister: Daisy Renoad of Mattoon

CURTIS, Arnold O.; b: 12Mar1912, Calhoun Co., Il.; d: 8Jul1994, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Richter Cemetery, near Bellview, Il.; m: Leona Duggins on 18Jul1964 in Milton, Il.; fa: Clarence Curtis; mo: Mary Ringhausen. A resident of Barry, Il. Survived by his wife; two daughters: Mona Lynn Curtis of Barry and Mrs. James (Rita Kay) Walker of Kinderhook and three grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters and one brother.

CURTIS, Charles; b: 7May1902, Jerseyville, Il.; d: 31Jan1983, Springfield, Il.; bu: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Il.; m: Dora VanHying on 9Nov1923 in Mt. Sterling, Il.; fa: A. J. Cutis; mo: Alta May Whitehead. Wife preceded in death in 1974. A resident of New Berlin, Il. Survived by two sons: Charles, Jr. of Pawnee, H. Dean of Franklin; two daughters: Mrs. Ronald (Betty) Suttill of rural New Berlin and Mrs. James (Carol) Ogg of Waukegan; 18 grand and 13 g-grandchildren; two brothers: John of Exeter and Alvie of Peoria; three sisters: Mabel Cain of Peoria, Alta VanHyning of Franklin and Pearl Green of Hannibal, Mo.; several nieces and nephews. Preceded by two sons: Harry Edward in 1929 and Louis Daniel in 1979; and a daughter: Doris Petefish in 1980.

CURTIS, Charles Russell; b: 18May1910, near Murrayville, Il.; d: 16Jun1978, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Annette Eva McLean on 1Mar1930 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Charles Curtis; mo: Mary Ann Greenwood. Survived by his wife; these children: Harold R. of Florissant, Mo., Gary A. of Austin, Tex., Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Crews of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Michael (Doris) Kaiser of Alexander, Charles K. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Michael (Janet) Lynn of Virginia and Mrs. Ed (Jeanette) Dolen of Winchester; 24 grandchildren; these sisters and brothers: Edna Spencer of Roodhouse, Howard and John Curtis of Jacksonville, Martha Kane and Jane Blahut, both of Joliet. Preceded by two brothers: Harry and Kenneth.

CURTIS, Dora Lillie (Boston); b: 15Jun1887, Scott Co., Il.; d: 11Jun1985, Roodhouse, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Frank Boston; mo: Ida Mae Mitchell. Survived by one brother: Oscar Boston of Winchester; a sister-in-law: Mildred Boston of Winchester; and many nieces and nephews. Preceded by two brothers and four sisters.

CURTIS, Edna B. (Mitchell); b: 16Jan1903, near Riggston, Il.; d: 19Nov1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Howard R. Curtis in 1923 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Arch Mitchell; mo: Kate Boston. Husband preceded in death 11Apr1982. Survived by two sons: A. Eugene (wife, Kathleen) Curtis of Terre Haute, Ind. and Howard (wife, Catherine) of Grover, Mo.; seven grandchildren; one g-granddaughter; three sisters and one brother: Ida Spencer of Winchester, Lois Anderson of Des Moines, Iowa, Mildred Pinson of Jacksonville and Arthur Mitchell of Champaign. Preceded by one son: Clifford Earl Curtis; and two brothers: Clyde and Ralph Mithcell.

CURTIS, Edna Mae; b: (not stated); d: 15Jul1996, Lewisville, Tex.; bu: Shiloh Cemetery, Plainville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). A resident of Lewisville, Tex.; formerly of Barry and New Salem, Il. Was 88 years of age at death. Survived by one daughter: Mrs. Jess (Phylis) Staley of Lewisville, Tex.; two grandchildren; one g-grandchild; two sisters: Isabelle McCarty of LaBelle, Mo. and Florence Cawthon of Pittsfield; and one brother: Robert Fusselman of Baylis. Preceded by two brothers and three sisters.

CURTIS, Estella A. (Boyd); b: 4Oct1900, Philadelphia, Il.; d: 27Feb1987, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Charles H. Curtis on 10Feb1921 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Walter Boyd; mo: Lenora Smith. Husband preceded in death in 1952. Survived by three grandchildren: Robert Taylor of McKinney, Tex.., Barbara Bridgeman of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Mercedees Cortez of West Covina, Calif.; and six great-grandchildren. Preceded by one son; one daughter; one step-daughter; and one brother.

CURTIS, Guy E.; b: (not stated); d: 6Dec1978, Rushville, Il.; bu: Phillips Cemetery, north of Rushville, Il.; m: Grace Potter on 19Nov1913 (place not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). Wife preceded in death 4Nov1969. Was 86 years of age at death. Survived by four daughters: Mrs. Laura Tomlinson of Rushville, Mrs. Melba Phillips of Rushville, Mrs. Madeline Ogden of Cuba and Mrs. Carol Briney of Havana; a son: Lyle of Rushville; 24 grand and 20 g-grandchildren. Preceded by two sons; two daughters; three brothers; and four sisters.

CURTIS, Helen (Conlee); b: 30Apr1919, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 14Oct1990, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Paul S. Curtis on 20Sep1941 in Lorain Ohio; fa: Roy Conlee; mo: Nellie Scott. Survived by her husband; one son: Keith P. Curtis of Burke, Va.; two daughters: Mrs. Thomas (Kathleen) Brennan of Carlisle, Penn., and Carol R. Curtis of Jacksonville; four grandchildren: Christopher and Alexandra Curtis of Burke, Va., Daniel Brennan of Rochester, N.Y., and Thomas Brennan of Boone, N.C.; and one brother: James S. Conlee of Palos Hills. Preceded by one sister: Rosalia Conlee.

CURTIS, Howard R.; b: 5Jul1900, near Ceres, Il; d: 11Apr1982, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Manchester, Il.; m: Edna B. Mitchell in 1923 in Jacksonville, Il.; fa: Charles Curtis; mo: Mary Greenwood. Survived by his wife; three sons: Clifford Earl Curtis of Norwalk, Calif., Eugene Curtis of Terre Haute, Ind., and Howard Curtis of St. Louis, Mo.; six grandchildren; two sisters: Edna Spencer of Roodhouse and Mary Jane Blahut of Joliett; and one brother: John Curtis of Jacksonville.

CURTIS, John Edward; b: 29Apr1949, Springfield, Il.; d: 13May1995, New Berlin, Il.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Kathy I. Thompson on 7Jun1969 in New Berlin, Il.; fa: Louis Curtis, Sr.; mo: Ellen Woodrum. Survived by one son: Aaron Curtis of New Berlin; one daughter: Theresa Clements of Rushville; two grandsons; his mother of Decatur; three brothers: Louis D. Curtis, Jr. of New Berlin, James Curtis of Decatur and Gary Curtis of Paris, Tex.; two sisters: Donna Day of Largo, Fla., and Sharon Feagans of New Berlin; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Preceded by his father.

CURTIS, John F.; b: 3May1908, Greene Co., Il.; d: 4Jul1995, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Taylor-Martin Cemetery, El Dara, Il.; m: June Chamberlain on 10Feb1940 in St. Louis, Mo.; fa: Charles H. Curtis; mo: Mary Greenwood. A former resident of Springfield, Il. Survived by his wife; five children: Mrs. Lawrence (Pam) Mueller of Taylor Ridge, Mrs. Bruce (Chris) Fenimore of Springfield, John F. (wife, Susan) Curtis of Cotuit, Mass., William H. (wife, Kathy) Curtis of Lafayette, Calif., and Phillip (wife, Chris) Curtis of Carmichael, Calif.; 12 grand and two g-grandchildren. Preceded by four brothers and three sisters.

CURTIS, John L.; b: 24Jun1918, Patterson, Il.; d: 30Nov1991, Jacksonville Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: Nellie Mae Jackson on 12Oct1944 in Ozark, Ark.; fa: A. J. Curtis; mo: Alta Whitehead. Wife preceded in death 10Jan1984. A resident of Naples, Il. WWII Army vet. Survived by four sons: Bob of Quincy, Jim of Eagle Point, Ore., David of Jacksonville and Jack of Exeter; seven grand and two g-grandchildren; one brother: Alvin of Peoria; and one sister: Pearl Green of Hannibal, Mo. Preceded by a grandson: Jeffery; one brother: Charles; and five sisters: Martha Kennedy, Mabel Cain, Mary Bradbury, Hattie Sims and Alta VanHyning.

CURTIS, Larry L.; b: 2Feb1940, Rushville Il.; d: 23Sep1979, Macomb, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Lucinda Ann Sessions on 27Feb1970, Littleton, Il.; fa: Edwin Curtis; mo: Peg Volger. A resident of rural Littleton, Il. Army vet. Survived by his wife; a son: Michael D., at home; his father: Edwin Curtis of Macomb; his mother: Peg Nell of Quincy; grandmother: Mrs. Lulu Curtis of Rushville; two sisters: Mrs. Dixie Hiermann of Tripoli, and Mrs. Janet Heaton of Colchester; one aunt; three nieces; and one nephew.

CURTIS, Louis D. "Dan"; b: 7Dec1924, Versailles, Il.; d: 19Dec1979, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Pleasant Plains, Il.; m: Ellen Woodrum on 28Dec1946 in Springfield, Il.; fa: Charles Curtis; mo: Dora VanHyning. A resident of New Berlin, Il. WWII Navy vet. Survived by his wife; four sons: Louis, Jr. and John Edward of New Berlin, James of Waverly, and Gary of Wichita Falls, Tex.; two daughters: Donna Oglesby and Sharon Feagans, both of Springfield; 11 grandchildren; his father of New Berlin; two brothers: Charles J. of Pawnee, H. Dean of Franklin; three sisters: Mrs. Wendell (Doris) Petefish of Scotsdale, Ariz., Mrs. Ronald (Betty) Suttillk of New Berlin, Mrs. Carol Weller of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews.

CURTIS, Lulu M. (Cook); b: 13Oct1896, Fulton Co., Il.;; d: 15Oct1992, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Tracy Curtis on 6Nov1913 at Lewistown, Il.; m: Tracy Curtis on 6Nov1913 in Lewistown, Il.; fa: Thomas Cook; mo: Savilla Brown. Husband preceded in death in June, 1952. Survived by one son: Edwin Curtis of Rushville; one daughter: Opal Malcomson of Mt. Sterling; nine grand, 29 g-grand and 28 g-g-grandchildren; and one sister: Mildred Trone of Browning. Preceded by five grand and two g-grandchildren; four brothers; and one sister.

CURTIS, Lyle E.; b: 13Feb1923, Oakland, Schuyler Co., Il.; d: 10Aug1986, Rushville, Il.; bu: Christian Neck Cemetery, north of Rushville, Il.; m: Betty Smith on 25Dec1955 in Rushville, Il.; fa & mo: (not stated). WWII Army vet. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Debbie, Diane and Kim, all at home; and four sisters: Mrs. Lura Tomlinson of Rushville, Mrs. Melbo Phillips of Ray, Mrs. Madeline Ogden of Cuba and Mrs. Carol Briney of Indianapolis, Ind. Preceded by two sisters and two brothers.

CURTIS, Mary Agnes (Mospan); b: 28Nov1908, McCurtain, Okla.; d: 22Jul1990, Springfield, Il.; bu: Calvary Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: Frederick H. Curtis in November, 1940 (place not stated); fa: Andrew Mospan; mo: Anna Ulinsky. Husband preceded in death 31May1964. A resident of Jacksonville, Il. Survived by five daughters: Barbara Novak of Kansas City, Kans., Margaret Marinier of Elmhurst, Martha Moretti of Downers Grove, Marie Curtis of Oak Lawn and Elizabeth Curtis of Mt. Prospect; one son: Frederick A. Curtis of Jacksonville; one brother: Adam T. Mospan of McCurtain, Okla.; and 16 grandchildren. Preceded by a son: Michael Andrew; and two brothers: Steve and Mike Mospan.

CURTIS, Nellie M. (Jackson); b: 14Feb1925, Naples, Il.; d: 10Jan1984, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Fairview Cemetery, Bluffs, Il.; m: John L. Curtis on 12Oct1944 in Ozark, Ark.; fa: Edward F. Jackson; mo: Pearl Smith. A resident of Exeter, Il. Survived by her husband; four sons: John Robert of Quincy, James Lawrence of Medford, Ore., David L. of Jacksonville, and Jack L. of rural Bluffs; one brother: Dale Owen Hearold of Bluffs; five sisters: Peggy Pullam and Lucy Jackson, both of Quincy, Daisy Ruyle of Meredosia, Helen Ballard and Dorothy Fillmore, both of Naples; two step-brothers: Ken Hearold of Jacksonville and Wilbur Hearold of Detroit, Mich.; two step-sisters: Pat Riley of Chambersburg and Reva Jackson of St. Ann, Mo.; and six grandchildren. Preceded by two sisters, a step-brother, and a grandchild.

CURTIS, Oliver; b: 28Mar1910 (place not stated); d: 26Jul1996, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Juanita Ruth Espy on 3Aug1934 in Carthage, Il.; fa: Walter B. Curtis; mo: Leola J. Kumler. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Olive McNeff of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Walt (Leola) Getka of Burlington, Wisc., and Mrs. Ron (Elizabeth) Gernay of Beardstown; 10 grand, three step-grand, 17 g-grand and nine step-g-grandchildren; one brother: Glen Curtis of Hamilton; and one sister: Mrs. Raymond (Ruth) Allen of Reynolds. Preceded by five brothers: Clayton, Louis, James, Wilbur and Paul Curtis.

CURTIS, Pearl (McDonald); b: 25Jul1885, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 24May1976, Winchester, Il.; bu: Diamond Grove Cemetery, Jacksonville, Il.; m: John L. Curtis (date and place not stated); fa: John W. McDonald; mo: Francis Reed. Husband preceded in death. Survived by a brother: John E. McDonald of Jacksonville; and three sisters: Mrs. Nettie Francis and Mrs. Hettie Holle, both of Winchester, and Della Mae Campbell Smith of Kansas City, Mo. Preceded by a brother.

CURTIS, Shula Elsie (Wells); b: 2Aug1888, Ripley, Il.; d: 21Aug1977, Davenport, Iowa; bu: West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Il.; m: John L. Curtis in October, 1919 (place not stated); fa: Robert Wells; mo: Sarah Ann Capps. Husband preceded in death. A resident of Perry, Il. Survived by these children: Mrs. Mary Dent and Mrs. Maxine Lierly, both of Davenport, Ia., Mrs. Sue Lippencott of Pleasant Hill, Tony Cutis of Harlingen, Tex.; and three daughters by a previous marriage: Edna Hartman, Louise Hartman and Mrs. Wilma Keefer, all of California; one step-son: George Culberson of Phara, Tex.; 47 grand and 47 g-grandchildren.

CURTIS, Thomas H.; b: 24Apr1924, Jacksonville, Il.; d: 5Mar1979, Las Vegas, Nevada; bu: (cremated) Jacksonville, Il.; m: (not stated); fa: Charles H. Curtis; mo: Estella Boyd. A former resident of Jacksonville, Il. WWII Merchant Marine vet. Survived by his mother of Jacksonville; a daughter: Mercedes Cortez; and two grandchildren: Michel Lynette and Frederick Anthony Cortez, all of Covina, Calif.

CURTIS, Thomas W.; b: (not stated); d: 17Nov1991, Tampa, Fla.; bu: Augusta, Ga.; m: (not stated); fa: (not stated); mo: Frances J. (surname not stated). A resident of Tampa, Fla; was 46 years of age at death. A Navy veteran of the Persian Gulf War. Survived by a daughter: Cammie; a son: Thomas Curtis of Jacksonville, Fla.; his mother: Frances J. Egan of Augusta, Ga.; three brothers: Wade Egan of Brunswick, Ga., and Carlos B. Egan and Ronald Egan, both of Augusta, Ga.; and one sister: Mrs. Larry (Alice Curtis) Hill of Jacksonville.

CURTIS, William Eugene; b: 26Feb1916, Oakland, Il.; d: 3Nov1978, Rushville, Il.; bu: Rushville, Il.; m: Lucille Ebbert on 12Sep1939 at Palmyra, Mo.; fa; Guy E. Curtis; mo: Grace Potter. A resident of Rushville, Il. Survived by his wife; a son: Bill of Decatur; a daughter: Sharon Curry of Rushville; five grandchildren; a brother: Lyle of Rushville; and four sisters: Lura Tomlinson and Melba Phillips, both of Rushville, Madeline Ogden of Cuba and Carol Briney of Havana. His father also survives. Preceded by his mother; two sisters; and a brother.

CURTISS, Minnie E. (Eyer); b: 6Jan1897, White Hall, Il.;d: 2Feb1983, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: East Cemetery, Waverly, Il.; m: Frank O. Curtiss on 11Dec1915 in Waverly, Il.; fa: John Nicholas Eyer; mo: Lottie Henderson. A resident of White Hall, Il. Survived by a daughter: Mrs. Ruth E. Dikis of White Hall; two grand and five g-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Elva Bearden of Virden, Mrs. Nellie Branan and Mrs. Luytie Points, both of Sprignfield. Preceded by two sisters and one brother.

CURTO, Enrico D.; b: 14Jan1977, Rushville, Il.; d: 6Nov1993, Quincy, Il.; bu: (not stated); fa: Gary N. Curto; mo: Kim W. Walton. Survived by his mother of Quincy; his father and step-mother, Lisa Syzek of Edmond, Okla.; one brother: Anthony R. Curto of Quincy; one half-sister: Christina J. Curto of Edmond, Okla.; his grandparents: Roger J. and Janice Walton of Georgetown, S.C., and Nicholas and Millie Curto of Longmeadow, Mass.; his great-grandparents: John Walton of Quincy and Mildred DiFalco of Springfield, Mass.; and several aunts and uncles. Preceded by one half-brother: Matthew Tyler Irvine; and an uncle.

CURTRIGHT, Bert; b: 22Sep1911, Fieldon, Il.; d: 29Mar1985, Eldred, Il.; bu: Borlin Cemetery, Carrollton, Il.; m: Grace Lorton on 16Dec1935 in Carrollton, Il.; fa: George Curtright; mo: Velma Phipps. Survived by his wife; two sons: Morris Curtright of Carrollton and William F. Curtright of Granite City; five grand and three g-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Pat (Sylvia) Finley of Eldred and Nina Turpin of Wood River.

CURTRIGHT, Jessie Allen ; b: 17Mar1992 Jacksonville Il.; d: 17Mar1992, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Green Cemetery, near Bluffs, Il.; fa: Rex Allen Curtright; mo: Rhonda Kay Harbaugh. Survived by his parents of Bluffs; a brother: Leslie Eugene; and a sister: Ashley Nichole Curtright, both at home; a half-brother: Christopher Curtright of Manhattan, Kans.; grandparents: Franklin Curtright of Granite City and Carl and Joyce Harbaugh of Bluffs; and g-grandparents: Paul and Mildred Garrison of Carrollton and Grace Curtright of Eldred.

CUSTER, Lydia E.; b: (not stated); d: 3Aug1977, Beardstown, Il.; bu: Jokisch Cemetery, near Bluff Springs, Il.; m: (not stated); fa & mo: (not stated). {No survivors listed. "The family will receive friends any time at the home of Mrs. Custer's nephew,Clarence Wagner, 906 East 4th Street, Beardstown."}

CUSTER, Wayne W.; b: 20Jun1910, White Hall, Il.; d: 30Sep1985, Jacksonville, Il.; bu: Carrollton, Il.; m: Dorothy Adcock on 2Apr1929 in Jerseyville, Il.; fa: Franklin Custer; mo: Dora Crow. A resident of Carrollton, Il. Survived by his wife; three daughters: Mrs. Morris (Greta) Warren of Fieldon, Mrs. Robert (Mary) Young of Dow and Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Cape of San Bernadino, Calif.; eight sons: Jim, Roland and Kenny, all of Carrollton, Dave of Greenfield, Frank of White Hall, Don and Florin of Shipman and Gale of Ft. Lepton, Colo.; 35 grand and 29 g-grandchildren; and one sister: Edith Shaw of Carrollton.

CUTLIP, Helen Grace (Abbott); b: 23Jun1909, Chandlerville, Il.; d: 25Feb1988, Venice, Fla.; bu: Union Cemetery, Lincoln, Il.; m: Dr. William W. Cutlip on 26Dec1929 in Lincoln, Il.; fa: A. Henry Abbott; mo: Elizabeth Bell. A former resident of Lincoln, Il. Survived by her husband; three sons: William of Silver Springs, Md., Howard of Honolulu and Paul of Morton Grove; a daughter: Marilyn Long of Venice, Fla.; four sisters: Carrie Allison of Rio Linda, Calif., Alice Gibson of Sacramento, Calif., Faye Attebury of Chanderville and Mae Kramer of Bath; 12 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.


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