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Probate Records for Jasper County, IL
These were original court documents from 1912-1914, located on FHL microfilm #1311973, transcribed by K. Torp

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DATE

ESTATE
OF

DECEASED DATE

LOCATION DIED

REAL ESTATE/
PERS. PROPERTY
DETAILS

PERS. PROP. WORTH

PETITIONER

SURVIVORS

APPOINTED ADMINIST'R

BOND AMOUNT

SECURITIES

APPRAISERS

23-Sep-1912

Albert, John

16-Sep-1912

Hidalgo

horses, hogs, growing crops of grain of different kinds, farm implements, grain in cribs, money in bank

1300

Sophia Albert, widow

Sophia Albert, his widow; Children: Mary Surber, Eva Lemay, Ora L. Albert, William J. Albert, Charles J. Albert

Charles P. Hays

2600

William J. Albert, Charles J. Albert, Ora L. Albert, Eva Lemay, Eb Stewart

A.J. Lowe, John Griffith, N.N. Slone

24-Nov-1914

Albright, Albert A.

20-Nov-1914

Olney

residence property in Newton and money in bank and notes; he also owned an insurance policy but which is believed to be payable to the heirs of Catherine Albright, dec'd.

4000

Chas. H. Albright

no widow; Children: Charles N. Albright, Ella Clark, Bessee Sutton, Ed Albright, Frank A. Albright, Christina Johnston and Lola Hammond.

Chas. Albright

8000

Frank A. Albright

 

22-Aug-1912

Billman, John

17-Jul-1912

his residence

personal property and real estate

800

Mary J. Billman

Mary J. Billman his widow; Children: Elizabeth Bowe, Alice Arnold, Lydia Pippin, Frank Billman

Mary J. Billman

1600

Irvin Isley, E.F. Davis

 

11-Jun-1912

Brackett, William H.

8-Jun-1912

Bogota

stock, farming implements and some cash, and 180 acres of real estate

500

Solon L. Brackett, son

no widow; Children: John J. Brackett, Phebe N. Crouse, Sarah M. Ireland, Solon L. Brackett, Josephine Parker, W.B. Brackett, Grace Moffett; Grandchildren: William M. Mitchell

J.M. Crouse

1000

 

Robert McCormick, Thomas Cravens, T.F. Gorrell

6-Jan-1913

Brooks, Mary E.

2-Sep-1911

her residence

personal property, that is to say property of promissory notes and money on hand at time of decease

1000

N.L. Scott, son-in-law

John Brooks, W.D. Brooks, Emma E. Scott and Etta Sampson her living children, and the following grand children (children of Laura Short, dec'd, who was a daughter of Mary E. Brooks, dec'd): Alva Short and Iva Short, each of whom are minors

N.L. Scott

2000

G.C. Winters, G.A. Haines

Charle sNewkirk, Frank Cummins and Elijah Moore

16-Jul-1912

Brown, James C.

26-Jan-1912

Rose Hill

personal property of little or no value and an interest in real estate situated in said county, which real estate will in all probability be required to be sold under order of court to pay the debts of said decedent

one

J.A. James, "nominated by widow"

Susan M. Brown, his widow; children: William H. Brown, Sophia Huddlestun, Viola Brown, Josephine J. Brown, James A. Brown, L.B. Brown

J.A. James

100

John H. Isley

J.B. Hunt, John Bowers, James Dulgar

12-Aug-1913

Brown, John A.

2-Aug-1913

Newton residence

household effects, blacksmith tools, money, credits

20,000

Mary E. Brown

widow Mary E., child Charley; Grandchildren: Ralph L. Lethrop, Henry B. Teets, John Teets, Charles N. Teets

O.S. Scott

40,000

Geo. T. Jasper, M.W. Harding, Joseph Litzelmann

Joseph Winterrowd, John W. Howell, D.R. Love

20-Aug-1912

Brown, John W.

2-Aug-1912

village of Willow Hill

two lots in the village of Willow Hill and some promissory notes and perhaps household and kitchen furniture estimated to be worth about 1200, that is to say said real estate and said personal property combined is worth about $1200

800

John R. Neal, "friend"

Catharine Brown, his widow and no children but left George Brown, a nephew and also another nephew whose name at present is not known to petitioner

John R. Neal

1600

Lewis C. Stewart, W.F. Mason

L.C. Stewart, S.P. Berns, H.J. Foltz

14-Jan-1914

Buhler, Nancy

5-Jan-1914

residence of Sherman Stockwell

real estate and personal property worth about $15

15

Chas Buhler, son

has no husband or person entitled to award, and following children: David Buhler, John Buhler, Anna Bryan, Francis Gaddey, Barbara Lewis, Christina Stockwell, George Buhler, Charles Buhler, Jula Cole, James Buhler, Jane Miller, Mary Dale and Henry Buckley, her children, as heirs.

L.H. McCoy

100

John Lewis, John Buhler, Charles Buhler

Otto Skudera, Frank Skudera, Chris Nelesbrand

10-Mar-1914

Busick, Mathias K.

20-Feb-1914

his late residence

an equity in a residence property in Newton, and household and kitchen furniture

100

Clara E. Busick, widow

Chara E. Buick his widow; Children: George A. Busick, Anna May Dunne

Clara E. Busick

200

Joseph Litzelmann, Robt. L. Powell

W.F. Johnson, John E. Evans

4-Sep-1913

Chapman, Thomas

30-Aug-1913

his home in Grandville Twp

horses, cattle, hogs, grain, hay, farming implements and household and kitchen furniture

1000

G.M. Chapman

no widow; Children: William Chapman, R.J. Chapman, G.M. Chapman, Margaret Stifal, O.F. Chapman, Bertha Speckles and Merle Mecker; and Mable Barkley, Donald Barkley, Ralph(?) Barkley, Mackor(?) Barkley, Rupert Barkley, children of his daughter Alta Barkely who died on or about Oct 1912.

Otto Stifal

2000

Otto Stifal

S.S. Farley, Brink Mecker, George Terrell

22-Aug-1913

Cherry, Mary E.

15-Apr-1913

her residence

one certain lot and dwelling locating in the village of Hidalgo, IL. No personal property

--

F.W. Kuechler ("friend and creditor" of dec'd)

no husband, but left Elza Cherry, Charles Cherry, her only children; Grandchildren: George Cherry, Elmer Cherry, Ola Cherry, Clesta Cherry, Eliza Cherry and John Cherry

F.W. Kuechler

200

E.S. Cherry, C.C. Cherry

Boos Sowers, J.W. Reisner, M.H. Carr

5-Apr-1913

Clutter, L.L.

25-Mar-1913

his residence

household furniture, promissory notes, money and farm implements and that the description of the real estate is not known to your petitioner

6,000

Charles D. Fithian

said deceased left no widow or children, nor father nor mother, but left the following persons: one brother Oliver F. Clutter, Terre Haute, IN; Carrie A. Brown dau of J.F. Clutter, a deceased brother, also Lillie I. Ballentine, dau of James S. Clutter decd. brother, and Flora M. Clutter, dau of J.A. Clutter, dec'd brother who died leaving the following children: Hugh G. Edmiston, Glen F. Edmiston, Kenneth L. Edmiston, and Walter S. Edmiston and husband Chas. E. Edmiston, Olney, IL; and also Catherine Connor, dau of Jessie May Connor, dec'd, who was a dau of J.A. Clutter, a dec'd brother of L.L. Clutter, dec'd, Olney; and husband Chas. Connor, Olney, IL, Mollie Knoph, dau of J.A. Clutter, dec'd, brother of L.Cl. Clutter of Freeport, IL; Larkin Clutter who was a son of J.M. Clutter, dec'd, brother of L.L. Clutter, said Larkin Cloutter died leaving one dau whose name is unknown to petitioner, but who resides at Oklahoma City, OK, and Jesse L. Clutter, of West Terre Haute, IN, who was the son of Jesse Clutter a dec'd brother of L.L. Clutter. The said Mollie Knoph is a resident of Illinois and is the niece and one of the next of kin of the said L.L. Clutter decd, that she has executed a relinquishment of the right to administer on the estate and requestted the appointment of your petitioner Charles D. Fithian.

Charles D. Fithian

12,000

C.A. Davidson, Geo. T. Jasper, isaiah Stewart and William Deadrick

Elijah Moore, J.A. Dulgar, Merritt A. Clark

6-Jan-1913

Connor, Wesley

--

his residence

real estate

---

L.L. Clutter, creditor

Mary Connor his widow and Rosa Jones, Oscar Connor, Sophia Songer, Clara Shipley his children

F.M. Land

100

L.L. Clutter

William Glance, H.H. Elder, James Thomas

17-Mar-1914

Crane, Mary

28-Jan-1914

Newton, IL

real estate

nothing

Joseph Crane, son

no husband; Children: Joseph Crane, Mattie Christenberry, Lemuel Crane; and Mary Kissinger, James Lee Kissinger, Clo Kissinger, grandchildren and children of Nora Kissinger, dec'd.

William Deadrick

100

Elmer Freeman, C.D. fithian

P.R. Faller, T.O. Prather, Cecil Fithian

7-Feb-1913

Crouse, Andrew

3-Jan-1913

Bogota, town of Smallwood

horses, hogs, wagon, buggy, harness, chairs, some grain etc

150

J.M. Crouse, son

no widow; Children: Thomas Crouse, Susan McNew, Wadie Brown, J.M. Crouse; grandchild Tressie McGuire

J.M. Crouse

300

F.W. Tate, George W. Grove

F.S. Smallwood, A.P. Gorrell, Joseph King

28-Nov-1913

Culbertson, Smallwood R.

20-Apr-1912

the town of Fox

horse, cattle, farming utensels and implements, grain, hay and other farming commodities

1000

Arie O. Culbertson, widow

Arie O. Culbertson, widow; Children: Thomas Culbertson, Minter Spitzer, Lottie Culbertson, Frank Culbertson, Marie Culbertson

Aire O. Culbertson

2000

Frank L. Merceret, Chas. Barthelme

Charles Dodd, Frank Bartley, George Brown

1-Jul-1914

Curl, Harriett

1-Mar-1913

her residence

the SE SW section 10, twp 8 N, Range 10; Also about 15 acres of timber land in Sec 11 8-10, all in Jasper Co, Also a few household goods

25

H.H. Curl, son

no husband; Children: Lulu Curl, Lida Montgomery, William M. Curl, H.H. curl, Bert Curl, Ivah Curl. Grandchildren: Elsie Nelton, Daisy Barnes, Bert Nelton, Grace Freeman, Mabel Welkes, Lucile Hunsaker, John Nelton, Raymond Nelton (minor)

H.H. Curl

200

Myrtie M. Curl, Bert Curl

Henry Peck, James Land, Noah Dulgar

12-Feb-1914

Eberhardt, George

31-May-1913

West Liberty

personal property

2000

John Eberhardt

no widow; children: William Eberhardt, Henry Eberhardt, George Eberhardt, Ed Eberhardt, Lon Warren, Carrie Smallwood, Annie Patters, Tillie Eberhardt, John Eberhardt

John Eberhardt

4000

John J. Brown, A.P. Kittle

W.E. Alcorn, Haman matheny, Charley Reber

6-Jan-1913

Estes, Laura

25-Feb-1912

Willow Hill

real estate

200

H.C. Terhune, creditor

her children

H.C. Terhune

500

W.F. Mason

 

18-Nov-1914

Fisher, Margaret

25-Mar-1914

Willow Hill

Real Estate

50

T.L. Hutton

Husband: William Fisher; children: Dan Catt, Irene Bruner, Emma Hardson; grandchildren: Edith Sinclair

T.L. Hutton

100

A.C. Terhune

Lewis C. Stewart, henry Curtis, W.T. Mason

11-Sep-1914

Foltz, Mann

10-Jan-1914

Newton

no personal property. The undivided one-half interest in 40 acres of land, unimproved (timber)

---

George T. Jasper

no widow. Children: John M. Foltz, Luther Foltz, Mary J. Girhard, Anna Earnest, Dora Strole, Emma Britton, Alice Clark, Daniel Foltz, Frank Foltz, Gustin Foltz, Ora Backer, Charles Foltz, George Foltz, Harry Foltz, Nancy Matheny, Taylor Foltz, Mina Newlin, Lewis Foltz, Isabel Foltz, Rosa Munday, James Tilton, Laura Kimble, Minnie Hunt, Bertha Andrs, Alta Elder, Rolla Folta, Fritz Foltz, Grover Foltz, Nellie Spaulding, Emma Watson, May Presser, Lena Nelson, Henry Presser, Emaline Isley, Eliza Strole, Anna Foltz and Kate Wilson, nephews and nieces; and the following great nephews and great nieces: Myrna Moomaw, Mona Gilbert, Clella Isley, ___ Isley (sic), ___ Isley (sic), Elza Watkins, Harry Watkins, John Watkins, Wilbert Watkins, Bertha Watkins, Sarah Watkins. Also Elizabeth Kibler, a sister

George T. Jasper

100

C.G. Batman, Chas L. Swem

John H. Isley, Henry Ellis, Chas. L. Swem

19-Sep-1912

Foster, Ezra

14-Sep-1912

the Sanitarium in Effingham

horses, cattle, hogs, growing crops agricultural implements, household and kitchen furniture and some bank credit and notes

1500

Edward M. Foster, brother

no widow; Leota Foster and Homer Foster, each being infants

Edward M. Foster

3000

William Foster, George Hanke

Grant Shoemaker, Edward Grover, Stephen McKinney

9-Oct-1913

Hatcher, James

3-Oct-1913

his residence

hogs, horses, cattle, one mule and farm implements

400

Maggie Hatcher, widow

widow and no children or descendents of a child or children but, perhaps, left some unknown brothers and sisters or their descendents, as heirs.

Maggie Hatcher

800

William H. Thomas, Jesse M. Seeley

Henry Stone Grant Bunton, Walter Davidson

23-Jun-1914

House, Charles E.

23-Jun-1914

Grove Twp

money in the bank of Rose Hill and the First National Bank of Newton, our note and cash on hand.

200

Sarah E. Lee, sister

Freelove Deal his mother and James W. House, Sarah E. Lee, John H. House and Joseph House, brothers and sisters, as heirs.

Sarah E. Lee

400

Wm. Deal, Freelove Deal

---

17-Feb-1913

Huddlestun, Stephen A.

14-Aug-1913

his residence

household goods, furniture, farm implements, wagons, buggies, live stock, grain, hay, etc

1500

W.V. Huddlestun, brother

Arlena M. Huddlestun, his widow; Children: Daniel Huddlestun, Joseph Huddlestun, Sarah E. Huddlestun, Pearl Huddlestun, Lee Huddlestun, Elmer Huddlestun, Harry Huddlestun, Cebirt Huddlestun

W.V. Huddlestun

3000

Arlena Huddlestun, Joe Huddlestun, W.B. Huddlestun

P.D. Perisho, W.W. Chapman, Frank McCoy

26-Aug-1912

Hume, John B.

19-Aug-1912

his residence

horses, cattle, agricultural implements, growing crops grain, hay and household and kitchen furniture and hogs

1000

Lydia M. Hume

his widow; Children: Ira V. Hume, Corda B. Hume, Virgil R. Hume, Otto M. Hume

Lydia M. Hume

2000

Joshua Hume, Joe Hippler, John H. Arehart

Willis Brinson, John Skiller, Max Frichtl

11-Apr-1913

Isley, Malinda

23-Mar-1913

her residence

real estate, some personal property and notes

2500

Irvin Isley, son

Children: Minda Isley, Irvin Isley, Theodore Isley, Wesley Isley, Nettie Diel, Orvil Isley; grandchildren: Lola Yaw, Alta Wilson, Iona Wilson, Marvin Wilson; and Dora A Wilson, dec'd, leaves no heirs but her husband surviving, she being a child of Malinda Isley

Irvin Isley

5000

John H. Isley, J.A. Isley

Louis Patterson, Israel Sowers, P.D. Kibler

7-Dec-1912

Ives, Charlotte

14-Nov-1912

--

household goods and furniture one cow and one pony, set of buggy harness and old buggy. Notes amounting to about 160 and money in bank at Taylorville and Oblong

800

Frank Ives, son

Children: Sophrona Tolliver, Taylorville, IL; Celona Elliott, Lucas, Mich; John R. Ives, Elkhart Ind, and Frank Ives, Willow Hill

Frank Ives

1600

C.G. White, David C. Holt

Sumner Cox, J.W. Cox, Chas Hays

12-Jun-1913

Jackson, Cynthia

7-Jun-1913

Jasper Co.

real estate, but some personal property, consisting partly of articles selected on awards from the estate of Peter Jackson, deceased, as his widow, and partly in a few articles aware of personally by her, and also partly in money due her from administrator of Peter jackson estate.

200

Chas. D. Fithian

no heirs at law capable of inheriting her estate… will escheat to the county

Merritt A. Clark

400

C.W. Clark, C. D. Fithian

Vicotr O. Connor, Pearl Port, John Stutwille

26-Sep-1912

Jackson, Peter

27-Aug-1912

town of Wade

blacksmith tools, one horse and money in bank

200

Cynthia A. Jackson

Cynthia A. Jackson his widow and no children or other heirs

J.W. Hutton

400

W.H. Houser

Grant Bunton, Joseph Piercefield Emery Walden

9-Oct-1912

Jones, Nancy J.

4-Jul-1912

town of Yale

one cow, household goods, $70 in cash and one doubtful note $30.60

180

Lola A. Yaw, dau

husband Joseph Jones; Lola A. Yaw her daughter

Lola A. Yaw

360

George T. Jasper

R.H. Watkins, John M. Foltz, George Clark

2-Feb-1914

Jones, William J.

--

his farm

real estate but some personal property, which the family have converted and disposed of

500

F.W. Kuechler, creditor of dec'd

his widow and two sons, James Jones, Alonzo Jones

F.W. Kuechler

500

C.D. Fithian

Charley Cherry, Norman Sean-?, William H. Marrs

12-Aug-1914

Jones, William N.

4-Jan-1914

residence in Smallwood Twp

NE-SW 3-5 N.R. 9 East in Jasper Co. valued at $1600 and one horse, buggy, hog, farm implements and household furniture.

pers property $125

Warren B. Johnson, Son-in-law (The said Nancy J. Jones widow, having relinquished the right to administer in favor of this petitioner)

Nancy J. Jones, widow; Children: Harriett Tate, Hardy F. Jones, Luna Johnson, Tom(?) Jones, Ella Chandler, Jesse Jones, John E. Jones

Warren B. Johnson

250

John E. Jones, Nancy J. Jones, Luna Johnson

Eli Brown, William Simpson, William Kettle

1-May-1912

King, Eli

16-Apr-1912

Gila, IL

personal property

250

Carrie King

Carrie King, his widow: Children: Minnie Gordon, John King, Lewis King, Effie Roy, Gertie Jones, Maud Epperson, Parmer King, Bessie King

Lewis King

500

Eli Cary, Philip Hensley, Harry L. Epperson

Harry Epperson, James Gunn, Esaw Filer

7-Mar-1914

Lane, Ida M.

18-Feb-1914

her home

east half of the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sect. 5, town 6 north, range 8, east of the 3rd p.m. consisting 20 acres, more or less. Also personal property consisting of one horse, one calf, one cow, one buggy, poultry and household goods

150

F.M. Richards

no widow; Children: Charles W. Lane, Clella M. Lane, Fannie R. Lane, Violet L. Lane.

F.M. Richards, not related; next of kin refused and waived rights to administer said estate

400

John W. Lambird, E.O. Fritchley, Geo E. Rosbuck

Arthur Toland, L.P. Clagg, W.H. Shambart

12-Jun-1912

Mathews, Thomas

25-Apr-1912

Newton

promissory notes (owning no articles of personal property requiring any appraisement)

3900

Eva Skelton, dau

no widow; Children: A.L. Mathews, Eva Skelton; Maude McTaggart, Mabel McTaggart Reese children of Ida McTaggart, dec'd daughter

Eva Skelton

7800

Edgar F. Johnson, R.J. Kasserman

--

3-Dec-1912

McCormick, Robert

18-Nov-1912

Town of Grandville

about $1800 in bank, $1000 in bank stock in Bank of Yale and about $4000 in notes and mortgages

6000

Lizzie M. Dillman, dau

no widow, Lizzie M. Dillman, the only child of dec'd

W.S. Dillman

12000

Lizzie M. Dillman, M.A. Dillman

W.A. Gifford, J.F. Forrester, S.B. Whisennand

29-Mar-1913

McDaniel, Sarah A.

25-Mar-1913

her residence

household and kitchen furniture and provisions for family, also 1 frame dwelling and frame smoke house, fencing, and notes and accounts amounting to about 2500

2700

George W. McDaniel, son

no husband; children: George W. McDaniel, William P. McDaniel, Francis M. McDaniel, Laura A. Clark, James R. McDaniel

George W. McDaniel

5400

R.O. Gosnell, Irvin P. Sappenfield, Reuben Yaw

R.H. Watkins, R.J. Kibler, O.M. Clark

28-Apr-1913

Michl, Frank H.

26-Dec-1908

his residence

horses, hogs, farm implements, etc, also 20 acres of land infer and 60 acres subject to the life estate of Xavier Michl

400

Elizabeth Michl

Elizabeth Michl his widow, children: Evaline Michl, Rosena Michl, Hermena Michel, Christopher Michl, Clarence Michl and Frankie Michl. (The said Frankie Michl died since his father at the age of about three years)

Elizabeth Michl

800

Peter Buerster and Silas Nix

Philip Spitzer, J.H. Bidwell, John G. Miller

7-Aug-1912

Miller, Mary

3-Aug-1912

Grove Twp

real estate

1100

Peter Miller

no widower, Children: Adam Miller, Mary Goebel, Peter Miller, Kate Handke, Louis Schultz; Fredrick Miller and Lulu Miller, children of Fred Miller, dec'd and grand children of Mary Miller

Peter Miller

2200

L.E. Schultz, Adam Miller

Charley Feldkamp, John Schottman, John Wolf

4-Apr-1913

Miller, Messalinas

27-Sep-1912

his residence

personal property

650

Melcinia Randolph, dau

no widow; Children: Andrew Miller, Jane Miller, Melcena Randolph, Perry Miller; Grandchildren: Jason Griffey, Carrie Vance

Samuel Randolph

1500

C.D. Fithian, W.H. Pippin

--

29-Aug-1914

Newlin, Jasper

21-Aug-1914

Effingham, IL

269 acres of land in Jasper Co; pers. Prop: money in bank, farm implements, horses, hogs, cattle, etc

1500

Margaret E. Newlin

widow Margaret, adult children: J.O. Newlin, Cora Trimble, Victor Newlin, Nellie Jester, Chester Newlin, Gracie Newlin, J.L. Newlin, Mina Wilson.

Margaret E. Newlin

3000

J.O. Newlin, Victor A. Newlin, Chester L. Newlin, James M. Hicks

P.D. Kibler, Allen Daley, I.L. Koontz

29-Nov-1912

Reed, Loomis J.

23-Nov-1912

his residence

household goods and furniture, grain, hay, livestock, etc

1000

Jane Reed

Jane Reed his widow, and Floyd Reed and Eva Reed his children

Jane Reed

2000

W.F. Garnier, A.G. Vawter

Claud Toland, Jas. Lake, A.G. Vawter

23-May-1912

Russell, Mary A.

30-Apr-1912

her late residence

one cow, one sow and pigs, poultry, farm machinery, household and kitchen furniture

100

John Russell, "eldest son"

no husband; Children: John Russell, Cecelia, Russell, Wenzel, James A. Russell, Annie Russell, Elizabeth Russell York, Robert L. Russell, Sarah Russell and William H. Russell

John Russell

300

George W. Fithian

Wm. Sloan, W.P. McColl, Henry Johnson

1-Dec-1913

Rutherman, George W.

25-Nov-1913

his late residence

household goods, notes and accounts and stock of groceries

1250

Susie Rutherman, widow

Susie Rutherman his widow, Children: Caron Ogden, May Starbuck, Ora Nautz and Howard Rutherman

A.M. Rutherman

2500

W.H. Osborn, S.B. Bowman

L.R. Hurst, W.R. Lewis, C.M. Bowman

2-Dec-1912

Senesac, Isaac

3-Nov-1912

his residence

4 work horses, 12 head of cattle, 13 head of hogs, one two horse wagon, corn and hay. S 1/2, S 1/2, NW 1/4, SW 1/4 and SW 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec 25 and the SE 1/4 SE 1/4 26 all in Tp 6 N.R. 10 East 3rd PM (90 acres)

700

Ida Senesac, dau

Belle Senesac, his widow; and Emma Eaton, Ida Senesac, Lillian Wilson, Edward Senesac his children

Ida Senesac

1500

Belle Senesac, Lillian Wilson, Emma Eaton, Frank Bessett and Derrick Savoy

Lewis Barthelme, Jacob Bolander, Derrick Savoy

30-Nov-1914

Shamhart, T.L.

26-Nov-1914

his late residence

120 acres of farm land in Jasper Co, and horses, cattle, farm machinery, hogs, grain, hay, straw, etc

2000

Mary Shamhart

Mary Shamhart his widow; children: Effie Miller, Forrest W. Shamhart, Dollie Harvey, Luther E. Shamhart, Clyde Shamhart

Mary Shamhart

4000

Forrest W. Shamhart, Luther Shamhart

Merritt Weaver, O.C. McCrillis, William Kittle

7-Dec-1912

Sibbitt, Samuel L.

26-Oct-1912

 

That said intestate died by reason of being struck by a railroad train on the C.H.&D. Ry Co's R.R. in said county, and that his estate can recover from said R.R. Co., damages by way of cettlement on compromise of alleged liability approximated by of $200 and that deceased died possessed of no other property of any kind

200

Maude Hiles, dau

no widow; Hugh Sibbitt, Guy Sibbitt and Maud Hiles his children

Maude Hiles

400

J.L. Hiles

 

16-May-1914

Spitzer, Philip

9-May-1914

village of Ste. Marie

livestock, and notes and accounts

2000

Frank J. Spitzer, son

Victoria Spitzer, his widow; ChildreN; Frank J. Spitzer, Edward Spitzer, Robert Spitzer, Della Devler, Marie Spitzer

Frank J. Spitzer

4000

S.F. Laugel

--

29-May-1914

Stifle, George P.

24-May-1914

his residence

household and kitchen furniture and moneys

200

A.J. Cain, Bro-in-law

no widow; Children: Donald Stifle, Myrna Stifle, Earnest Stifle, Essie Stifle, Byrl Stifle, Leo Stifle, Arthur Stifle, Dima Stifle

A.J. Cain

400

Mrs. Eva Cain, C.E. Henry, J.H. Titsworth, N.H. Hackett

John McDaniel, Lee Swope, Elwood Shook

16-Mar-1913

Thierse, Anton

12-Mar-1913

Deitrich, Effingham Co

lot 8 block 13 in the original city of Newton; Lot 6 block 8 in Fallers addition to Newton, a part of the W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec 7, town6, R. 10 E containing 25 acres more or less; and a part of (NW 1/2??) of the SW 1/4 of Sec 6, T6, R10E of 3 P.m. described as follows (omitted)

600

Dora Theirse

Dora Theirse, widow; children: Stella Thierse aged 13, Alma Thierse, aged 12, Elnore Thierse aged 10, Maurice Thierse, aged 6.

Dora Thierse

1200

John Kinsel, George Kinsel

William Deadrick, D.W. Cooper, Isaiah Stewart

12-Nov-1912

Toland, B.F.

7-Nov-1912

his residence

money, notes, hogs, cow, corn, some vats, hay, household and kitchen furniture

2000

B.F. Toland, son-in-law

Deborah Trexler, his widow and Elizabeth A. Toland, Rachel M. Pickens, Stanton Trexler, Elmer C. Trexler, his children, and Eunice R. Trexler, 11 yrs old, and Blanche J. Gillson, 11 yrs old, his grandchildren

B.F. Toland

4000

M.C. Trexler, J.B. Smith

Jason Dobbins, Ed French, John Hizey

24-Jul-1914

Upton, Grover

22-Jul-1914

Smallwood Twp

money in Peoples State bank

100

U (or V.?).F. Upton, father

no widow; Marie Upton, child.

Everett Upton

250

Ed parker, John E. Franklin

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25-Mar-1914

Wetherholt, Maddison M.

21-Mar-1914

his residence

personal property

500

Nellie Wetherholt, dau

no widow; Children: Lalia Knight, Nellie Wetherholt, Grace Wetherholt, Leo Wetherholt

Nellie Wetherholt

1000

T.J. Wetherholt, W.J. Gass, E.W. Clark

Lewis Englebreth, James Lake, John Baker

14-Mar-1914

Wetherholt, Mary F.

3-Mar-1914

her late residence

39 acres of farm land in Jasper Co, and household and kitchen furniture, notes and money in bank

200

J.W. Wetherholt, husband

J.W. Wetherholt, husband; children: Otis E. Wetherholt, Verna D. Wetherholt, Maggie E. Meurlot, Lillie M. Galbreath, Roscoe A. Wetherholt, V. Flo Regas, Gordon L. Wetherholt, Forrest E. Wetherholt; Grandchildren: Bertha Wetherholt, only child of Noah F. Wetherholt, dec'd.

Maggie E. Meurlot

400

A.E. Ragsdale, C.M. Bowers

Sam Worley, Charles Hanna, Frank McCann

29-Jul-1914

Yager, Joseph

29-Jul-1914

Effingham, IL

farm of about 175 acres, household goods, farming implements, horses, cattle, hogs, money in bank, notes and mortgage securities

12,000

G.J. Miller, nephew

no widow. Sisters Mary Miller, Margaret Miller; Nieces and Nephews: Mary Moshenrose, Emma Frichtl, Lizzie Yager, Frank Yager, Anna Yager, Mary Lobmire, Katherine Miller, John D. Yager, George Yager, Gertrude Kidwell,Maggie Weiler, Gertrude Rennier, John G. Kraus, Margaret Beisler, Mary Gerger, Tillie Gerger, Anna Ochs and Frank Kraus. Grand-nieces/nephews: Rosa Hankins, Benjamin H. Bogard, Katherine Harris, Peter Yager, Morris Yager, George Yager, Viola Yager, Frank Kraus, Anna Kraus, Josie Kraus and Charlie Kraus

G.J. Miller

24,000

John G. Miller, J.G. Miller, Zavier Schuch, Geo. C. Miller

Charles Moshenrose, F.J. Schackmann, John A. Miller

8-Mar-1913

Yager, P.M.

28-Feb-1913

his residence

horses, cows, harness, farm implements, saloon fixtures

800

John G. Miller, bro-in-law

Mary Yager, his widow, and Peter Yager, Maurice Yager, George Yager and Viola Yager, his children

J.G. Miller

1800

John D. Yager, Geo. Yager

Charles Kirts, E.J. Gangloff, Jacob Ernst



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