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Does anyone have any information on my great aunt, Norma H. GOLDEN, who
was living in DuQuoin in 1930? She was born Norma Holt SHOEMAKER in
McLeansboro in 1891. I don't know her husband's first name, nor when or
where they were married. Any information would be helpful so I can
complete this line of my family. Thank you
Looking for parents of Isaac Barber. Believe he and brother (Robert J.)
arrived in Perry County possibly as teenagers sans parents circa 1850s. Not
listed in census - possibly a minor living with non-Barber relatives. Where
did they come from? Isaac married Margaret Leticia Craig b. 1838 near
Pinckneyville; d. 1902 (daughter of John Craig and Rachel Brown) in 1861. All
probably lived around Swanwick ("Craig Station" area). Also need info on
parents of John Craig (1806-1856 NC?>IL) and Rachel Brown (1811-? KY?>IL).
Does anyone know anything about availability of Hopewell Presbyterian Church
records? May contain needed info.
I am searching for information on Sarah Ann BRACKETT, her parents, any
siblings, and her husbands. Sarah was born in Belleville in Jul 1827. She
married her first husband, Billingsly/Billings BOWEN/BOWER, in Scott Co. on
27 Jan 1848. She married her second husband, John PEER, in Pike Co. on 8
Mar 1859. She died in Dec 1906 in Perry Co., IL. She had 4 known children
with BOWEN and then 2 with PEER. Please contact me: Amelia
Reimer-Davisson, 704 East 9th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362-8002,
I am looking for any ansestors or desendents of SEDDON John born in
England lived in Perry County (Duquion?) came to Il either 1835 or 1856
and married Usebia A. (?) about 1870. Usebia was born in Illinois in
1838. Usebia's maiden name unknown.
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<Jim> West Virginia
Hi everyone, my name is Virginia STANTON CUNNINGHAM. I was born in Du
Quoin, IL. and raised in Pinckneyville,IL. I am researching my family. I
am looking for any inf. on STANTON, BOWLIN, FLOWER, GLENN, HATLEY,
JOHNSON, Mc CLUSKY and SUMMERS. I have a lot if inf. on SUMMERS. I would
be happy to pass along any inf. I have. I have some inf. on CUNNINGHAM'S
but I don't believe they are connected to Perry Co. Also I wanted to thank
the nice people who have helped me here in Perry Co.
My name is Lyn Magill-Hoch and I am researching the MAGILL family in Perry
The only information I have is from the obituary of Hugh Wallace MAGILL. His
David MAGILL and Anna KEALY
Hugh Wallace, b. March 28, 1870 in Swanwick, d. February 11, 1941 in
Margaret, d. 1894 in Pinckneyville
Charles, b. March 28, 1870, d. 1939 (appears to be Hugh's twin)
Anna E., married ? Lyle
Ella, married ? Wood
Agnes, married ? Caldwell - lived in Sesser
Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.
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