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I thought this might be of interest to you because of Sumner and the
Lawrence County connection.
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Subject: 101th birthday Celabration
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MATRIARCH TO HAVE 101st BIRTHDAY !!
Pauline McCaully Morris of Collinsville will celebrate her 101th
birthday on August the first.
Born in Flora to W. C "Cal" McCaully and Lou Archibald McCaully of
Cisne. She attended Mc Kendree College and Southern Illinois
University at Carbondale. Pauline taught school in Marion County
and was married to Lossie E Morris of Xenia in 1924.
McCaully owned The Two Mac's Bakery on North Street in Flora, was a
former Mayor and President of the school board when the old high school
was built. The original corner stone is carelessly deposited behind
the new High School. Efforts of the family to preserve the corner stone
have been rebuffed.
McCaully was descended from the Pargins, Pettys and McCaullys who
came to Lawrence County and had Land Grants before Illinois statehood.
The Archibalds were from Ohio County, Kentucky and came to Wayne
County, Illinois where they received Land Grants in 1846. Her father,
Green Archibald, owned The Archibald Store by the depot in Cisne.
Lossie Morris and his brother, Delyte, were from Xenia. For many
years Lossie was a prominent civic leader in Collinsville before his
death in 1984. He was President of the Savings and Loan and the Chamber
of Commerce. He was active in the Methodist Church, politics and the
Lions Internatioal as well as a land developer and insurance broker.
Delyte Morris is known for his presidency of Southern Illinois
Pauline, known as Two Mom, is in good health and has 5 children, 4 of
whom live in the area. She maintains her own home on the bluffs in
Collinsville and is the matriarch of a large, still growing, family.
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Looking for Edwards/Chamberlain/Mote/Patty/Hiatt/Hiett
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