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List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 23 Oct 2003 10:31AM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Edited: 13 Jan 2004 12:27PM GMT
Surnames: Hargrove, Garner, Nott, Kennedy, Clements, Nidey, Nichols, Spiva, Grubb, Holler, Snyder, Newlin, Warner, Strohm, Blizzard, Freeman, Sweitzer, Beltz, Wheeler, Carr, Ave, Hudson, Taylor, Robinson, Tetley, Martin, Cary, Lemon, Lockard, Nicholson, Phillips
OBITUARIES-1915

Following is a summary of selected obituaries from the Clark County Herald newspaper for the year 1915. There are other obituaries in the Herald not listed here. For each name listed below, there is an obituary in the issue of the newspaper listed. Copies of the complete obituary can be obtained from the newspaper section of the Illinois State Library for a fee.


NICHOLSON, MARGARET ELLEN---was born January 28, 1856. She married Oscar Phillips February 5, 1874. Margaret died June 19, 1915. Found in June 23, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

Hammerly, John Baptist---was born near Stuttgart, Wurtemburg, Germany, June 24, 1824. He married Lucy Ann Noel in January, 1857. John died May 12, 1915 and was buried in Marshall Cemetery. Found in May 19, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

DIXON, CORNELIA---was born in Clark County, Illinois, August 30, 1832. She married William Prevo in 1855. Cornelia died April 18, 1915 and was buried in the Brick Cemetery. Found in the May 5, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

CASTEEL, SALATHIEL--Salathiel, son of John C. and Dorcus Casteel, was born in Muskingum County, Ohio, February 1, 1837. He married Anna E. Lockard September 1, 1861. Salathiel died April 23, 1915, and was buried in the Marshall Cemetery. Found in April 28, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

COOPER, MARTHA---was born in Parke County, Indiana, March 1, 1840. She married John McDaniel February 25, 1858. Martha died April, 1915. Found in April 14, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

HAYNES, MARCIA E. ---was born in Greene County, Ohio, January 13, 1826. She married Allen Starr in 1848. Marcia died March 31, 1915, and was buried in Asbury Cemetery. Found in April 14, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

TAGUE, ELIZA---was born in Switzerland County, Indiana, February 3, 1839. She never married. Eliza died March 24, 1915 and was buried in Island Grove Cemetery. Found in April 7, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

MARTIN, JOSIAH FOSTER---was born March 7, 1833, in Ohio. He married Harriet Cary then Emily Lemon followed by Mrs. D. Lockard. He died April 7, 1915. Found in April 7, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

ROBINSON, LUCIUS---was born January 28, 1838, in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married Hannah Tetley November 17, 1862. Lucius died March 28, 1915. Found in March 31, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

HUDSON, SARAH JANE---was born in Lexington, Kentucky, on October 7, 1838. She married Robert L. Taylor March 12, 1857. Sarah died March 24, 1915. Found in March 31, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

WHEELER, NATHAN---was born in Delaware County, Ohio, September 13, 1846. He married Sarah A. Carr on September 30, 1866. He married second Lavina Ave on March 31, 1897. Nathan died January, 1915. Found in February 3, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

SWEITZER, MARY---was born in Stark County, Ohio, November 8, 1834. She married John Beltz November 10, 1852. Mary died January 30, 1915 and was buried in Dean Cemetery. Found in February 3, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

BLIZZARD, MARY JANE---was born near Indianapolis, Indiana, September 23, 1861, to John and Martha W. Blizzard. She married George Strohm September 23, 1861. She married second Granville C. Freeman. Mary died January 26, 1915 and was buried in Ohio Cemetery. Found in February 3, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

STROHM, DORTHEA---was born June 25, 1829, in Hatter near Strassburg, Alsace-Loraine, Germany. She married John Holler November 1, 1855. Dorthea died January 18, 1915 and was buried in the Marshall Cemetery. Found in January 27, 1915.

HARGROVE, JANE ELIAZABETH---was born near Camden, Delaware, January 31, 1821. She was married to John Garner on June 6, 1852. Jane died January 9, 1915 and was buried in Marshall Cemetery. Found in January 13, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

NOTT, ROYAL A. ---was born April 30, 1838, near Darwin. He married Ella Kennedy of Marshall. Royal died December 30, 1914. Found in January 6, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

CLEMENTS, OLLIE ESTELLA---was born in Melrose Township August 2, 1893, the daughter of Rush M. and Emma (Nidey) Clements. She married Ottie Nichols August 16, 1911. Ollie died June 30, 1915 and was buried in Bailiff Cemetery. Found in July 7, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

SPIVA, FRANCIS MARION---was born September 2, 1850, the son of Ephraim and Amy Spiva. He married Joanne Grubb on January 10, 1876. Francis died July 29, 1915, near Melrose. Found in August 11, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

HOLLER, KATHERINE---WAS BORN IN Zanesville, Ohio, October 18, 1832. She married Edward P. Snyder on September 24, 1854. Katherine died October 10, 1915. Found October 13, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

NEWLIN, REBECCA---was born in Parker Township August 18, 1859, the daughter of Eli and Eleanor Newlin. She married Alfred H. Warner March 26, 1882. Rebecca died October 13, 1915 and was buried in Good Hope Cemetery. Found in October 20, 1915, issue of the Marshall Herald.

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 25 Oct 2003 7:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Feb 2004 6:36AM GMT
Would you have obits for 1933? I am looking for the obit for Ada ( Mrs. William ) Plank who died in Henderson, NC 14 July 1933. Hope to find family members.

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 25 Oct 2003 9:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Jan 2004 12:27PM GMT
No, I don't have any 1933 obituaries at this time. Sorry.

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Jacob Lancaster (View posts)
Posted: 12 Mar 2004 2:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Cindy: Since you are researching Clark count ILL. obits would you have any thing on Sichy Hudson, I believe she died between 1910 and 1920. Sichy was my g-g-grandmother
by wat of her first husband George Calvert. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Jacob

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 13 Mar 2004 11:43AM GMT
Classification: Query
I post obituaries as I come across them. I don't think I've come across those yet.

Cindy

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 15 Jul 2006 10:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
cindy i see you are doing reasearch for clark co ill. i have been trying to find hackneys of martinville clark co. my grandfather was born in martinville in nov 1876, but cant find his father or mother his name john rufas hackney. thank you for any help you can give joan

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 16 Jul 2006 12:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
The first thing you need to do is to gather as much information together as you already know. What was your grandfather's wife's name? What were the names and birthdates of all of their children? Do you know the names of any brothers and sisters of your grandfather? All of those things will help a great deal in finding your grandfather. Have you tried the US Census? That would probably be the first place to look. Start with the 1930 census and work back.

Cindy

Re: List of some 1915 Clark County, IL, obituaries

Posted: 2 Oct 2006 12:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hackney
I was having no luck on my own family, so on a whim I checked the 1880 census. There may be others, but the Hackneys I found were in Dolson. They are:

Chas Hackney, 27, farmer, born Tennessee (parents as well)
Susan, age 26, keeping house, born IN, parents born OH and Ky.
James W., age 6
John, age 4
Wm. C or G, age 9/12

Living next door were:

Hackney, Francis, age 50, Tennessee / TN / TN
Nancy, age 29, TN / TN/ TN
Edward, age 16, IL / TN / TN

You may have already found these Hackneys and know whether they are relatives or not, but I thought I'd mention them just in case.

Good luck.
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