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Putnam County, Illinois History and Genealogy
Obituaries and Death Notices
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 Mrs. Mary O'Brien

Taken From the Henry Republican
February 22, 1872

In Snachwine village, Feb. 16, James Dougherty, aged 71; in township, of liver complaint, Solomon Harlan, aged about 70; also Mary, aged 40 years, wife of John O'Brien.


Andrew Odekirk

Taken From the Henry Republican, Henry, IL

Florid, January 21, 1926

Mrs. J. B. Albert received word the past week of the death of her brother, Andrew Odekirk, who lived in Kansas. He was laid to rest Sunday at his home in Kansas. He was an elderly man, well up in the 80's. He leaves six children, two sisters, Mrs. Addie Bradley of Chicago, and Mrs. J. B. Albert of Florid. Also one brother, Chas. Odekirk, a number of grandchildren and many other relatives.


Mrs. Alice O'Neil

Taken From the Putnam Record

January 10, 1935

Last Thursday the body of Mrs. Alice O'Neil of Chicago was brought to Florid for burial. Mrs. O'Neil was the wife of the late Dr. J.F. O'Neil and were former residents of this place. Her husband and one son preceded her in death many years ago. Surviving her are two children, Mrs. Florence Kiser and Harry S. O'Neil both of Chicago. There are also three grandchildren.


Child of Dr. O'Neil

TAKEN FROM THE HENRY REPUBLIC, HENRY, IL
Thursday, July 16, 1885
Doctor O’Neil's child at Florid was relieved from its suffering Wednesday, July 8. It has been a great sufferer for months and death seemed a relief.


Mary O'Neil

TAKEN FROM THE HENRY NEWS REPUBLICAN, HENRY, IL

Thursday, March 7, 1889
Died at her home one mile east of Hennepin on the Granville road, Miss Mary O’Neil, daughter of George O’Neil, Sunday morning. Buried at St. Anthony’s church, Monday at 10:00 AM. Age 22 years.



Thomas Oldham
The Henry Republican, Henry, IL, July 12, 1883
Magnolia
The 4th of July was a notable day here as in other places, so was the 3d. We had one death, one burial and one marriage. Mr. Coe was buried. Mr. Thomas Oldham died, Hiram W. Wikins and Miss Clara A. Phillips were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock by A. B. Gurnea, Esq., at the bride's parents two miles went of town. After the nuptial ceremony a beautiful table was spread, but O dear, the eating that Charley Ransom done.
A.B.G.


Daughter of Nathan Ong

TAKEN FROM THE PUTNAM RECORD
May 28, 1875

The youngest child and only daughter of the late Nathan Ong was buried in Magnolia yesterday, May 23 - cause menbraneous croup and dyptheria.


Ambrose Orr

Taken From the Henry Republican
August 24, 1871

At Warren county, Iowa, Aug. 17, Ambrose Orr, formerly of Putnam County.


John E. Osborn

Taken From the Henry Republican, March 6, 1879
Near Hennepin, Feb. 25, of congestion of the lungs, John E. Osborn aged 75 years.

Taken From the Henry Republican, March 6, 1879 - Local correspondence

John E. Osborn died at his residence near Hennepin, February 25, aged 75 years. Funeral services were held at the congregational church at 11 a.m. on the 27th.


Hiram Owen

TAKEN FROM THE PUTNAM RECORD, HENNEPIN, IL

January 17, 1879
Died at the residence of W.C. Carrier, four miles south of Hennepin on January 11, 1879, Hirman Owen in the 77th year of his life.


 

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