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Putnam County, Illinois History and Genealogy
Obituaries and Death Notices
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 Henry Quayal

TAKEN FROM THE HENRY NEWS REPUBLIC, HENRY, IL

June 5, 1879 - Hennepin

We hear of about 12 cases of scarlet fever in and around Florid during the last three weeks, only two of which were fatal. None in Hennepin.

Henry Quayal, a shoemaker died on Friday and was put away to rest on Saturday.



Sarah Jane Quimby
contributed by Suanne Nesland

Sarah Jane Quimby
b 17 Aug 1888 IL - d 13 Apr 1921 Whiteside Co IL
d/o George and Ceola (Baldwin) Taylor
Married to Ed G. Quimby
Burial - Unknown (information from IL Deths & Stillborn)

OBIT:
Mrs. Quimby Dies
Sarah Jane Quimby of 1107 Fifth street, passed away at her home following an illness of about a week's duration. Funeral services will be held at the home this afternoon after which will be taken overland to her former home for burial. Mrs. Quimby was about 32 years old
(From the Sterling (Illinois) Daily Gazette Monday 11 April 1921


Mary Quinn

TAKEN FROM THE HENRY REPUBLIC, HENRY, IL
May 12, 1881 - Local Items

Died near Caledonia, May 8, at the residence of Walter Trone, of heart disease, Mary Quinn, 25 years, 6 months, 12 days.

Miss Mary Quinn, an adopted daughter of Walter Trone of Oxbow, died suddenly Sunday evening of heart disease. She has lived in a number of families in this vicinity in the past few years and was a young lady of good character and respected by all who knew her. She was a member of the M. E. church for the past

 

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