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Does anyone know anything about a P.W. Gorrell (or any other Gorrell) who
lived in Perry County sometime after 1850? P.W. Gorrell may have served as a
judge or justice of the peace at one time.
I know roll call is officially over, but I was out of town at the time it was
going on. If no one minds, I would like to list my surnames now.
They are as follows:
Related lines of interest to me are:
I am forwarding the following message to the list in case anyone has
this person in their family. Please do not get in touch with me!!
E-mail Anne at ASchro1939(a)aol.com She has all the information!!
Thank you for your patience and understanding,
In a message dated 9/17/1999 4:58:17 AM PST, NOMOREBQ writes:
<< This week I vacationed in Mammoth, Calif. while out walking some of the
trials to in the Sierra Mountains I came accross a lone grave site of:
Mrs. J.E. TOWNSEND
Died. March 14, 1882
age 34 yrs old
I found this grave at the site of the Old Mammoth city historical landmark.
This was a booming Mining city from approx. 1879 until 1880. I do have
photo's of this grave site and the Historical landmark plaque. If anyone
thinks that this site may be in there line. please contact me for more
information and a copy of this photo.
Hello List: I am seeking information on John (middle name Iverson) Bridges,
son of Daniel Bridges and Elizabeth Arnold. John was born in 1852 in Perry
Co. He married Susan Crow, date and location of the marriage unknown. John
is died in Franklin County, MO in 1913. Am seeking confirmation of his
birth and the marriage to Susan. Have John's death certificate, which
indicates his mother's maiden name was Stoples rather than Arnold. Any help
appreciated. Am willing to share what I have. Thank you. Shirley.
I am looking for the family of Susan Sylvina Vires/Viars who married
Cyrus H. Helvey on Dec. 20, 1880 in Perry CO. IL. Susan was born on
March 5, 1862 in Perry CO. IL, the daughter of Gideon Viars and Amanda
Rachel Radcliff. She died on March 9, 1894 in Webb Township, Reynolds
CO. MO. One known child of Susan's was Bertha Catherine Helvey (b.
Sept. 9, 1881 in Perry CO. IL.--d. Sept. 13, 1942 at Piedmont, MO.) who
married George Washington Smith on Dec. 23, 1895 in Piedmont.
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Does anyone know anything about a P.W. Gorrell who may have settled near
Pinckneyville in the 1850's and even served as a judge for a while? If so,
do you know why he disappeared from Perry County and where he went? I
suspect his wife, Elizabeth "Anna" may have been a Killingsworth ancestor and
that they moved to Mississippi, but I am not sure. I would appreciate any
input on this.
I am seeking information concerning John Bailey Davis who was the
Justice of the Peace in Perry CO. during the late 1800s. John was born
ca. 1831 in Washington CO. VA. and died May 5, 1907 in Pinckneyville,
IL. He married twice: Susan King and Agnes Campbell. His children
were Henrietta, Samuel, Walter, Don, and Margaret.
To see 20 postcard views of Du Quoin go to northstarnet.org/Digitize.
Capitalize the D. Read about the project. Select "Search the Catalog",
enter Du Quoin, see the list and click on the thumbnail picture to get the
full size. Click on "Full Record" to get complete publication record,
including date. You may find a street scene or building from your
Try other Illinois towns. There are 11views of Sparta and 20 of Belleville.
I'm researching John and Eliza Sproul Edie and their children, Margaret,
Eileen, Andrew, Josiah, Hugh, Mary Alice and Esther. John and Eliza are
buried in DuQuoin. Hugh married Ethel Williams in Pickneyville in Oct. 1891
and their son, my grandfather, Hiram was born in Pickneyville Oct, 1895.
I have found entries where Margaret married Robert Devinney in Perry County
in 1896 and Josiah married Mollie Staton in 1896 in Perry County.
I am seeking the Twp. name in which Willisville is located. Also I am
looking for a John & Polly Monteith who took in an orphan named William Isiah
Crawford. He attended Webb School circa 1874-1882.
I'm looking for information on Andrew Jackson Pyles born in Duquoin,
Perry county in 1848
he went to Arkansas before the Civil War, Possibly with twin Uncles? any
info will be appreciated.
Who resides at No. 901 West Carroll Street, Macomb, was born in Perry
County, Ill., June 9, 1853. He is the son of BERRY and ELIZA (MARLOW)
ANDERSON, natives of Illinois, where the former was born in Kaskaskia in
1805. AMOS and TABITHA ANDERSON, the paternal grandparents were natives
of Virginia. The grandparents on the mother's side, RICHARD and SARAH
MARLOW, were born in Illinois. Perry County, Ill., was organized at the
home of Berry Anderson. he was a Liberal-minded, public-spirited man, a
firm friend of education, and devoted much of his time and means to the
education of his family. The subject of this sketch considers his father
the greatest teacher he has ever seen. Richard B. Anderson attended the
public schools in the neighborhood of his early home, and supplemented
his primary education by courses in the Illinois Agricultural College
and the National Normal School at Lebanon, Ohio. at the age of twenty
years he began teaching. He was Superintendent of Schools at
Pickneyville, Ill., for six years, County Superintendent of Perry County
(Ill.) schools four years, Superintendent of Schools at Carlinville,
Ill., five years, and of the Bushnell (Ill.) schools seven years. For
two years he occupied the Chair of Sciences in Shurleff College. He has
been a member of the Illinois State Teachers' Association for
twenty-five years, of the Southern Illinois Teachers' Association from
its organization, and of the National Teachers' Association for ten
years. He has read the proof-sheets of many text books before they were
finally published, has been a contributor to many educational magazines,
and has been much engaged as Institute Instructor and lecturer on
educational and social topics.
On August 14, 1879, Mr. Anderson was married to HENRIETTA BOWMAN, who
was born in Tennessee, where in girlhood she attended the public
schools. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have one child, ELMA VEVA, who is a
graduate of the high school under her father's supervision, and also of
Know Conservatory of Music. The religious belief of Mr. Anderson is
based on the creed of the Baptist Church. On political issues his views
are in accordance with the policies of the Republican party.
I am searching for descendants of Charles WEINBERG who
lived in Du Quoin from about 1858 till his death in
1902. He was born in Malk, Mecklenburg-Schwerin,
Germany in 1825 & give the name Johann Jochim Carl
Heinrich Weinberg. After he emigrated to the USA he
changed his name to Charles, married Anna Elisabeth
Trescher in 1854 in MD, & ultimately settled in Du
Quoin. I am seeking information about his children:
John F b. 1857 who married Amelia Knaurer
Anna b. 1859 who married Henry Croessman in 1883
Katherine E. b. 1873 who married Frank Meek in 1891
Charles b. 1870 who married Edith Hummel
Any information and/or help will be greatly
appreciated. Dorothy Davis (ggdaughter)
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I am still looking for info on G grandfather Manuel Houston Wilson and wife
Elizabeth Welch. They lived in Duquoin before 1906 and ran a general store
and some coal mines. He had two bothers, Josiah and Peter. The father was
Peter Wilson and mother was Mrs. Maria Rea Wilson who had been married
before. I don't anything about the Rea name. Houston was born around 1851.
Parents died young and Peter was reared by a Harrison family. Is there a
connection? In 1906 Houston and family moved to Ft . Meade Fl. and opened
several businesses. Do these names mean anything to anyone in the area. ?
Thank You , Earl Hall, Pegeon Ffforge, Tn.
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