St. Clair County Births

Birth Announcements in St. Clair County Newspapers

Mr. Mat. Nevius and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine by at their place on Tuesday of last week.
(Appleton City Journal, 18 January 1894)

Wilford Blendon and Mr. Kennedy are both happy. Mr. Kennedy has a little girl at his house, while a little son makes
music at Mr. Blendon's.
(Appleton City Journal, 5 July 1894)

A little son recently arrived at the home of Mr. John Tregos.
(Appleton City Journal, 26 July 1894)

Willard Porter, of Schell City, a former resident of Hornsinger Prairie, is the father of a daughter. Willard is as
happy as a clam.
(Appleton City Journal, 26 July 1894)

A little girl arrived at the home of James McKinley one day last week.
(Appleton City Journal, 13 October 1898)

A fine girl arrived at the home of Mr. Sam White last Saturday morning.
(Appleton City Journal, 8 December 1898)

On Monday morning a little son arrived at the home of Mr. Chester Ditty.
(Appleton City Journal, 22 December 1898)

Born- To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Inglert on Sunday a baby daughter; all parties doing well.
(Appleton City Journal, 26 March 1908)

The stork has again visited our community leaving a sweet little baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Ohering one day last week.
(Appleton City Journal, 26 March 1908)

On Wednesday of last week a little baby weighing between 12 and 13 pounds arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Ditty. She is very attractive and entertaining in her ways, and Mr. and Mrs. Ditty seem to be very much
elated over her arrival.
(Appleton City Journal, 26 March 1908)

Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Heath are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine big baby at their home on the 11th inst. That is the
reason Halbert has been showing his teeth so much lately.
(Appleton City Journal, 20 February 1913)

On Monday evening, April 7th, a fine big baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dingus. When last heard from, mother and son were doing well and the neighbors thought Chas would recover.
(Appleton City Journal, 10 April 1913)

T.J. Lisle and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy in their home Monday evening.
(Appleton City Journal, 5 June 1913)

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Warner are rejoicing over the arrival of a sweet little baby girl.
(Appleton City Journal, 12 June 1913)

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carter of Osage were the happy recipients of a baby daughter the past week.
(Appleton City Journal, 31 July 1913)

A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawn Davis last week.
(Appleton City Journal, 18 September 1913)

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Quick are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy in their home the 22nd last.
(Appleton City Journal, 27 September 1913)

Joe Wix and wife are happy over the arrival of a ten-pound boy, which came last Thursday night to claim his board
and clothes of Joe for twenty-one years.
(Appleton City Journal, 18 December 1913)

A little boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ridgway, January 31st.
(Appleton City Journal, 12 February 1914)

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shott of Durand, Oklahoma have welcomed into their home a tiny baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Shott were both brought up in Rockville and their many friends here will be glad to hear the news.
(Appleton City Journal, 26 February 1914)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hough February 26, a nine pound boy, whose name is Wesley Nelson.
(Appleton City Journal, 2 March 1914)

Mrs. Miller Very Ill:
Elsewhere in this paper will be noted the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of this city last week. Since that item was set up and printed on another page, we learn that Mrs. Miller's condition has been very critical, and at the time of
going to press fears are entertained that her recovery is doubtful.
(Appleton City Journal, 19 March 1914)

Jake Schaffner and family of Lowry City spent Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Strickland and
became acquainted with their new granddaughter.
(Appleton City Journal, 19 March 1914)

Born - to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter, November nineteenth, a nine and a half baby boy. Mother and baby
are doing nicely.
(Appleton City Journal, 23 November 1916)

Born - to Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Lewis, November 20, a four-pound girl, who has been given the name of Martha
Elizabeth. Mother and babe doing nicely.
(Appleton City Journal, 30 November 1916)

Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dickenson are the proud parents of a baby girl.
(Appleton City Journal, 30 November 1916)

Dr. Taylor reports the arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward, on December 16. All
parties doing well. 
(Appleton City Journal, 28 December 1916)