|Return to : Washington County|
|? Marriage Records ?|
Had a question from someone asking if there were any |
marriages recorded in Washington county Illinois for
the period 1818-1831? I only know of the marriages
from 1831 and later which appeared in the old Washington
county Illinois quarterly and are now on this web site.
Does anyone out there have an answer for this one?
Would a search of the courthouse uncover earlier marriages?
|A D K I N S|
A Raymond W Adkins died in Ashley, Illinois 24 Sept 1992|
and I am trying to find out if this is my uncle or not.
They have the same birth dates (25 Feb 1911) can anyone
find this out for me. His parents were Andrew Jackson Adkins
and Eunice Irene Chapman. He was born in WV.
Would like to have his obituary emailed to me if possible.
Any info you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
|A N D E R S O N|
My 3 great grandfather was Alexander Anderson who came from Warren Co. KY|
to Washington County (before it was formed) and settled there by 1817.
I descend from the son of Alexander and Rebecca -- James Anderson --
and through James' son Thomas W. Anderson.
My search continues.
I know there is a lot of Anderson history to uncover in Washington Co.
(i.e. the maiden name of Alexander's wife, Rebecca)
Thanks again !
Shirley Ekdahl in Nebraska
|A N K E S H E I L|
The ANKESHEIL also spelled ANKERSHEIL and ANKESHEILN family landed New|
Orleans the winter of 1846/47. River ice forced them to travel to St
Louis by sleigh and two children died along way and were buried in
unkown location in St L. Does anyone have information regarding the
appaaarently exceptional ice conditions that winter ?
|B A C K S|
BACKS FAMILY of WASHINGTON CO. IL:|
Looking for any information on
Frederick BACKS b. 1839 in Prussia
and his wife Louisa BARTELSMEYER BACKS b.1843 in Prussia.
Their children were :
William BACKS b. 1863 m. Caroline Louise KURTZ
Anna BACKS b. 1866 m. Frederick Bening, Henry BACKS b. 1869
Augusta BACKS b. 1871 m. SCHILLING
Louis BACKS b. 1873 m. Anna Marie KURTZ
Alvina or Alwine BACKS b. 1879 m. GARLING.
They resided in or around Okawville, Addieville and Nashville, IL.
Would also like to make contact with other descendants
to share information.
Kansas City, MO
|B A D G L E Y|
Looking for info on Isaac Badgley's daughter, Samantha, born 1846 in St. Clair Co. |
Can you help?
Anything on Isaac or Samantha will be greatly appreciated.
|B A L D R I D G E|
I am looking for any information available on "Alonzo Baldridge" |
who lived in the Irvington area in the mid to late 1800's.
He was supposed to have been a barber in Irvington.
Had a son, Charles A., born in 1882. I know that Alonzo was
married to a woman with the last name of Brown and, in fact,
is buried with the Browns in Fouts cemetary in Jefferson County.
Have been told that Alonzo was a son of Dornton Baldridge,
but Dornton's records do not show a son by that name.
Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is currently the only
gaping hole in my geneology records.
Thank you in advance for any reply.
|B A R T N I C K I|
|Looking for information on Frank Bartnicki and his ancestors.
|B E H R M A N|
I am researching the Behrman family, many of whom reside in the|
Lively Grove area. My father and grandfather are buried in the
St Anthony's cemetery.
|B I M M E R M A N|
I am looking for information regarding Frederick W. |
and/or Catharina Bimmerman or their possible descendents/children.
They resided in or around Nashville, Illinois in the late 1880's/early
1890's. He was born around 1836 in Missouri (I believe), settled in the
Nashville area sometime after the Civil War, and died sometime around
1892-1895. I know nothing about her other than her name and that she
filed for his Civil War pension as his widow. Any help with this would
be greatly appreciated.
|B O C H A N T I N|
I am looking for info on my father Stanley Bochantin who married |
Anna Sieraski in 1935 in Hurley Wisconsin.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Please send info to
|B O C H A N T I N|
I am trying to track down information on |
the Bochantin family tree and would appreciate any help.
I am particularly interested in finding out if there were
four Bochantin brothers who immigrated in the 1870's.
I was told two came to the United States,
and one went to Spain and one to South America.
My father remembers the South American branch coming for a visit when
he was a teenager; but they had a hard time understanding the polish with a Spanish accent.
He does not know if they returned to South America or
relocated to the United States.
I am also not sure if the brothers that the story is told about involve
Anton (1853-1896), Franx (1864-1933) and Bernard.
Or is it is Michael (my branch), martin (Chicago branch),
Juan Martin (Guatemala branch)
and Julius (Michigan branch) who I have not been able to connect to the tree.
This is some of what I have I am trying to connect the branches. Bochantin brothers???
Michael (Michael) Bochantin b. 1817, Poland d. bef Jun 1900
Franciszka (Frances) Klebba b. abt 1819, Poland d. bef Jun 1900 m. abt 1850 my best guess
Anton (Bohantyn, Bochanton) Bochantin b. 1853, Poland d. 21 Aug 1896, IL
Bernard (Bohenty, Bohantin) Bochantin
b. May 1859, Poland d. 11 Aug 1942, Bolo Twp, IL
Franx (Frank) Bochantin b. 1864, Poland d. 30 Apr 1933, Granite City, IL
- Chicago branch -
Martin Bochantin b. abt 1847, Germany d. 8 Apr 1932, Northfield, IL
Marjana (Mary) Seutz b. 1848, Poland d. 22 Sep 1917, Chicago, IL m. 8 Sep 1872, Cook Co., IL
Frank Bochantin | b. 1873, IL
John Bochantin | b. 1875, IL
Augusta Bochantin | b. 1878, IL
-Michigan branch -
Julius Bochantin b. abt 1843 & Julianna Rhoda
Theophile Bochantyn b. 22 Sep 1860, Prussia | d. 28 Aug 1955, Memphis, MI
- South American branch -
Juan Martin Bochantin b. 1840-1857-
Felicitas Calderon b. 1840-1857-
m. 1 May 1875, San Carlos Sija, Quezaltenango, Guatemala
Fort Myers, FL
|B Ö E K ER|
Böeker and Boucher from Kropeloh near Wulferdingsen, Parish of Bergkirchen|
Schmieding, Parish of Lintorf , towns of Wimmer and Rabber
Wielke, Parish of Lintorf
Schnitker, Parish of Lintorf
|B O N K|
Seeking marriage information on Eva Bonk |
(daughter of Bartholomew Bonk of the Radom/Du Bois area) .
She was born in September, 1877 and had her first child in 1898.
She married Edward Kentoski (Kentoske? Kantoski?).
She was baptized at St Michael's the Archangel Church in Radom,
but I can't find any marriage records for her nor her twin sister Thecla (Tekla).
|B R E I T E N P O E H L E R|
Breitenpoehler family of Nashville.
Looking for any information.
Came from Germany abt. 1869. Wife's name was Louisa Adami.
May have owned a lumber yard which burned??
|B R I N K|
Looking for any family of Joseph Brink, born about 1903, grew up in the orphanage.
I find him on 1910 census for Hoyleton Children's Home.
There was another boy, Louis Brink in the home at the same time.
Thank you for any help.
|B R O C K S C H M I D T|
I am trying to get information on my g-grandparents and gg-grandparents.|
My g-grandparents were Johann Frederick Wilhelm Brockschmidt and Johanna
Maria Dorothea Buchmueller. Johann (my grandmother always called him William)
was born 8 may 1829 in Venne, Hannover and came to the U.S.A sometime in 1841.
Johanna was born 16 Jan. 1839 in Hannover. Johann and Johanna were married
7 June 1855 in Vennedy, Washington Co., IL at St. Salvator Lutheran Church.
My gg-grandparents were Johann Dietrich Christian Brockschmidt and
Marie Hackmann. Johann (called Dietrich in the U.S) was born 30 Dec. 1791
in Venne, Hannover. Marie was born 22 June 1794, also in Venne.
I was told by a contact in Venne that the Brockschmidt came to the U.S.A.
as a family in 1841. I have not been able to find them on any ship's list.
Also, I was told that Dietrich and Marie are buried in Washington County, Il.
I have not been able to locate any record of their burials.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
|B R O W N|
We are searching for information on George and Mary Brown
of Washington County.
They signed pension papers of William Brown's widow in the late 1800s and
Elizabeth (Qualls) Brown.
How is he related to my Richard Brown
(William Brown and John David Brown's father)?
Is anyone researching this family?
We'd love to hear from you.
Neva (Brown) Mohle
Please Note :
If you contacted Neva previous to October 10, 2002,
Please do so again, as she lost information due to a computer problem.
|B R O W N|
Searching for John or Thomas Brown.
His wife is Hester.
Children : Thomas Leander, John Hester and E. C. Brown.
along with the surnames of : Hester, Brown and Leander
All help appreciated.
|B R U N S|
Gerhard Henry STOLTE (Istrup, Germany) was in Venedy when he was killed in
May 1866. I have a small article from the Belleville Daily Advocate about the
murder. The family has head that there were several children who were
dispersed around the area. Gerhard was married to Gesina Bruns (from marriage
certificate of son, Henry Gerhard Stolte and Friedericka Janssen in St.
Liborius parish, St. Clair county).
The family believes that Gesina died before Gerhard's murder. However, I
found an obit for the son that said he had a half-brother and sister,
KINKLER, and several of the son's childrens' baptismal certificates are
witnessed by KINKELAAR.
Anyone with information on this family, please contact me and I will share
what I have found in the St. Liborius records and in the obituaries. You can
reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donnell Redlingshafer Wisniewski
|B U C H H O L Z|
I am searching for my father's parents.|
Their names are William ( I think that is correct) and Anna Buchholz.
They have lived in this area for a long time. Possibly all their lives.
They are buried in Hoyleton in a Lutheran cemetery. I don't know the name of the cemetery.
But I know that it is a German cemetery.
All of my father's sisters and brother are buried there. Or at least I have been told that.
But I don't have any idea the name of the cemetery.
I believe it is next to the Lutheran church. I am sure it is an older cemetery.
I am needing information of their birth and death records and marriage records also.
Do you know if they will have all those that are buried in the cemetery listed online ?
And I would like to know the name of the church and cemetery.
I have been told that Hoyleton is a township now and Washington is the county.
I would appreciate any and all help.
|B U C H M U E L L E R|
I am researching a set of gr gr grandparents.|
They are Henry Buchmueller,
father of Johanna Dorothea (nee Buchmueller) Brockschmidt.
He was born in Prussia. I don't know the date.
He married Maria Ostendorf in 1836.
Henry died 28 April 1851 in Washington County, IL.
Marie (nee Ostendorf) was born 16 April 1816 in Braunschieg, Germany.
After Henry died in 1851, she married Fred Harbke.
Marie died 2 July 1895 in Washington County, IL.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
|B U H R M E S T E R|
My great grandfather Charles L Buhrmester migrated from Prussia, Germany to Nashville, Illinois about 1865.|
From census records, I am also finding Karl Buhrmester who came from Prussia, Germany about the same time.
I am trying to determine if they were brothers. Can you help?
Charles married Anna Beckmier, who was born December 2, 1854 at Nashville.
|B U R N S|
I am searching for information on my grandfather John Burns |
and his sister [name unkown].
I found that he entered the Civil War from Elkton, Il.
I wonder if they came to this area from New York City on one
of the Orphan trains.
He married Heneretta [Beattie from Sparta].
About 1880 they owned a Grist MIll in Oakdale, Il.
Any information would be appreciated.
|B U R Y|
I am looking for information on Anton Bury who married Anna Belo,|
had a son Anton Bury who married Catherine Malich all of Washington County
|C A N T R E L L|
I'm looking for information-especially birth place, burial place, and parents |
of-Empson Bird CANTRELL, my 3rd great grandfather.
He was said to be born in Kentucky about 1805.
He married, first, Mary MOORE Strerret, by whom he had 4 children,
including my great great grandmother, Mary Ellen CANTRELL.
His second wife was Sarah PERRILL, by whom he had 6 children.
Empson died 20 Feb 1849 in Washington County, Illinois.
Three of us are looking for information on this man to no avail!
Anyone else researching this family, please chime in. I'll share all I have.
|C A U S E Y / H E S T E R|
In June, 1865 Isabel Jane Causey Coleman filled out her application as a
widow of John Coleman who had died in the Union Army.
It was signed in Nashville, Washington County and attested to by
John E. Causey and William E. Hester.
Charles Watts, "attorney of Nashville" handled the paperwork.
I am seeking information on John Causey and William Hester,
as well as any information on a brick making concern in the county that
might have been owned by a German resident in the 1860-65 period.
|C A V E N D E R / M c E L R O Y|
I am searching for John McElroy and Melissa (Malissa) Cavender. |
Lived in Pilot Knob between 1865 - 1900
Thank you in advance!
|C E R A N S K I|
I am searching for the obituary of Joseph Ceranski. |
The only information I have is his Social Security record which shows his death as Jun-1981,
his last residence as Du Bois, Washington County and his last benefit as Effingham, Il.
Any information would be appreciated.
|C O U N C I L|
Seeking information on my GGG Grandfather Daniel T. Council
who was listed in Washington County Federal Census of 1810.
He was married to a Hannah Bland and both were originally from Virginia.
He died around 1844.
Gary L. Aanes
|C R A B T R E E|
James Crabtree, born 2/20/1762, Bedford County, VA, died 3/4/1834 in Washington County IL. |
Married Elizabeth Carroll Standley abt 1784. Would anyone have any information on this family
and their descendants? In particular, did they have a daughter Elizabeth married to
Daniel Johnson of Oldtown, Allegheney, MD.? Thanks
to Contact submitter
|C R A N E|
I'm looking for information concerning my grandfather, Edward C Crane, who was born in Ashley, IL in 1886.|
I'm also looking form information regarding Edward's father, Samuel Crane, born in Washington County in 1852 or 1853.
The 1880 census shows him as married and living near Ashley.
I have absolutely no information on Samuel after 1880, but Edward and his mother appear in the 1890 census as living in Jefferson County and she had remarried.
Robert J Boonstoppel
|C R I T C H F I E L D|
Looking for any information on Critchfield,|
especially the children of Arthur and Jane Ellen Critchfield,
who arrived in the Nashville area circa 1830.
|C Z A R N E C K I|
|Looking for information on Joseph Czarnecki and his ancestors.|
Joseph born 1842 in Poland and died 1920 in Washington County, Ill
|D A V I D|
I am looking for informations on the|
CARL HEINRICH WILHELM HERMANN DAVID family
that were in that area at least through the 1930 census.
THURMAN - 1910;
ERWIN - 1914;
EDNA - 1918;
ESTHER - 1920;
OLIVER - 1930
Also interested if there are any David's living in the area yet.
Thanks for any help or direction you might send me.
|D A V I S|
I am looking for my gt. grandmother's family Her name is Nancy E Davis. |
(I don't know the names of her parents)
She Married Hezekiah Burnett 15 Oct 1868 in Washington Co.
She was born 4 Feb 1853 or 1854 in DuBois Illinois.
Her death certificate says that she died 20 July 1881 in DuBois and
is buried in the Coffill Burying Ground.
I can't find the Coffill Burying Ground. Is that part of another cemetery?
I am a descendant of her Daughter Mattie Burnett.
I believe Mattie had a Sister Elizabeth, Lousia and Harriet. Were there others?
Here father remarried after Nancy died to Dicy Lemon.
I have found them and their children on the census.
I can not find Mattie Burnett in the 1880 census.
Family rumors are that one of these may have been Cherokee.
Any help on this would be appreciated.
|D E E R I N G|
I am trying to do some research on my grandfather's side of the family.
His given name was Anthony Deering and he was born in Radom, Ill.
His father's name, on the funeral list was Francis Deering and
his mother's name was Juliana Bauza.
He was born 8/8/89 and died on 7/29/69.
He was married to Victoria Alvina (Pinski),
She was born in Posen, IL.
I'm also researching my mothers parents, who were born in Lithunia.
I seem to be having better luck with them than I am with the Deering
side of the family.
Any help you can provide, would be really appreciated.
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|D E E R I N G|
|Joseph Deering and Helen Borowiak were my father and mother-in-law.
Researching for their children and grandchildren.
|E A R L / E A R L E - M O O D Y - S I N G L E T O N|
I am trying to research my family history, |
but am having little luck.
I am interested in finding something pertaining to Sovenia
(Vena or Venie) Singleton (married John M. Earl).
I am also trying to find information on
John M. Earl, Peter Moody, and Dina Moody.
Peter and Dina were siblings (mother was Catherine).
They were raised on a farm in Okawville, IL and were
teenagers during the 1880 census.
Sovenia was an orphan, and was raised by her Aunt "deenie".
She also had an uncle named Peter Moody.
Whether they were blood relatives, or the titles were
merely honorary I'm not sure.
Anyone having any info on these people,
please contact me.
My great great grandfather, Newton S. Singleton,
was in the 49th Infantry Regiment, Company G, Illinois
during the Civil War.
I believe I have found his grave site at the IOOF cemetery
in Okawville. It is next to his son, E. F. Singleton.
E. F's stone is in perfect condition, whereas Newton's is not.
It's barely readable.
Does anyone know what that Singletary means?
Is that the name of the division or the commanding officer?
Or am I misreading it totally?
I have found that my maternal grandmother's parents were
Calvin Singleton n vs 1852, and Nancy Mahala Troutt Singleton
born ca 1856.
They were married in Jefferson County May 13, 1876.
They had a daughter named Sovenia aka Venie who was born Feb., 1877.
Something happened to Calvin and Mahala, that caused Venie to become
an orphan. Calvin's brother, E. F. Singleton raised Venie in/near
If anyone has any idea what happened to Venie's parents,
or if you have any old photos or papers pertaining to them,
please, email me.
|E D L E R|
I have been trying to find out about my ancestors who lived in Washington County.|
My ancestors name was William Edler and he was born in Prussia
( actually I believe it may have been Westphalia after it became a part of Prussia.)
He is listed in :
PAGE 28 HOYLETON TWSP, WASHINTON COUNTY, IL 1880 CENSUS.
At this point I run into a dead end and would appreciate any
help finding more about them.
Dr Lawrence A Edler
Santa Cruz California 95060
|E I G E N R A U C H|
|I am looking for any information; |
in regards to Caroline Wilhelmine Hagemeier, b. 3 August, 1884 in Lawrence County, Missouri,
married Henry C. Eigenrauch in Missouri (I believe) about 1907, then they moved to Washington County, Illinois.
I found them in the 1940 census in Addieville, Washington, Illinois, and she is referred to as "Lena" in the census.
I have a death date of 12 November, 1970 and am assuming they lived out their lives in Washington County, but am not sure.
Henry was born 1883 and idd 1959, according to what little information I can find on Ancestry.
I am looking for possible an obituary for Caroline to verify if this is the right couple and to see if their marriage date is mentioned.
Any help someone can provide will be greatly appreciated.
|F A R M E R - G A R N E R|
Looking for info on this family who resided in Washington Co. |
b 8 Oct 1774, Guilford Co., NC.
d 8 Sep 1846, Washington Co., IL.
Spouse of Nathan FARMER b 1774, Gilford Co., NC.
Her maiden name was GARNER.
|April 2003 updated April 2005|
|F O S T E R|
I am trying to locate the death record and/or an obituary for my|
Great-Great-Grandfather and my Great-Grand-Mother.
ASA FOSTER and EMELINE FOSTER PRENTICE
( her name may also be listed as CHARITY EMELINE PRENTICE)
They were father and daughter, and they died on the same day.
April 12, 1877. in Richview, Washington County Illinois.
I have not been able to locate anything in the County death
record, nor can I find a grave sight.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Dona Prentice Olsen - invalid e-mail address
|F O X|
Thomas J Fox moved his family (wife, James, Nancy, William, and Harrison) to |
Washington Co IL about 1861. Then, he left to fight in the Civil War. It
is possible that he moved to this area because he had relatives he could
leave his family with. Other children were born in IL in 1863, 1866, 1869.
This family is on the 1870 Jefferson Co IL census Two other children were
born here. I would like to make connection with a possible family where the
wife and children of Thomas could have lived while he was away. I do not
know the maiden name of his wife. If you can make a connection or provide
suggestions/information, please contact me.
|F R AN K L I N|
Does any of the FRANKLIN family have any pictures of my great-grandmother, |
Frances Susan HODGE FRANKLIN, born 1844
and/or a picture of my gg-grandparents, Gillis FRANKLIN or Lucy Jane TAYLOR FRANKLIN? Thanks,
|June 2005 updated October 2005|
|F R E E|
I am interested in everything about the Free family of Washington County, Illinois.|
I have much information and will be glad to share.
Would like historical information and descendants of the Frees
who lived in Washington County, Illinois very early.
Andrew Free b 1774 North Carolina moved to St Clair County, Illinois by 1818.
His children are
Absalom Pennington Free b 1798
Elizabeth Allen b 1788
Joshua Perkins Free b 1804
Joseph Allen Free b 1806
John Page Free b 1811
William Free b 1815
Leroy Free b 1817
Isaac Free b 1820
Margery Free b 1821
Am searching for parents of Sarah Woodrome b abt 1824 in Washington County,
Illinois, md Leroy Free 5 May 1844 in Washington County.
They had at least one child.
Would like to know all about her, where and when buried, as well as her parents.
LaRae Free Kerr
and . . . . . . .
Free, Pulliam, Dial, Anderson, Wood, Balderstory(?)
I would like more information on all the people involved in the marriage of
Rilen Free to Sena Ann Pulliam in Nashville on 30 Apr 1878. The other people
mentioned are T Balderstory(? he was the JP, not sure of the spelling), B W
Wood, Andrew Free, Sally Dial, Thomas D Pulliam, Mary J Anderson.
LaRae Free Kerr
|F R Y E - G E R K E N|
|Looking for info. on William August Frye b. 12-3-1822, |
m. Tebke Gerken (?spelling) b. 9-8-1829,
they had four children: Elizabeth, August, Anna, &
Henry William-b.1856. They were listed in the 1860 census in
Washington Co., they resided in the Hoyleton/New Minden area.
Was looking for any info.
Thanks so much.
|G A R N E R|
|I am searching for information about the family |
of Thomas Howell Garner who married Miranda Willis
in 1938. The children of Thomas and Miranda were:
William Pen Garner, born August 13, 1939,
John Linton Garner born Feb 13, 1842, died 1848;
Nancy Jane, born Feb 3, 1844, died 1845;
Thomas A Garner, born Jan 1, 1848, died 1850.
James W born Aug 24, 1849 died 1849,
Laura Marta born 1850 died ?;
David Howard Garner born June 15, 1853, died Sept 12, 1941 and
Martha E Garner born June 30, 1851 died Feb 10, 1891.
Thomas died in 1855 and Miranda died in 1860.
Only three children survived at that time, William,
David and Martha. Wm enrolled in the 10th MO Vol in
1860 and left David in the home of Thomas Beckham and
Martha in the home of Ester Morrow.
Any info on where any of this family are buried
(with exception of David and William)
would be greatly appreciated.
|G I N G E R|
|My husband's grandmother, Emma Cowie Ginger was raised by |
her grandparents in DuBois Township after her parents died (in Chicago?).
Emma Cowie appeared on the 1880 census for DuBois with her
grandparents, Henry and Catherine Ginger.
I obtained Catherine Ginger's death record from the Washington County
seat at Nashville (d. 1886). However, the record didn't list the cemetery -
could burials have been on farm property at that time?
Thank you for any information on the GINGER family living in DuBois
from at least the l870 census (Henry & Catherine Ginger with two children
William and Elizabeth) and then the 1880 census raising the grandchildren.
St. Louis, Mo.
|G O L D E N B O W|
|I am looking for information about Sophie Goldenbow. |
She was my great grandmother on my mothers side.
She was born in the 1840's. Was confirmed at the Saint
Paul Lutheran Church in Washington County on April 7, 1861.
She was married to Jacob King.
They had one son that I know of, my grandfather John M. KIng
born in 1866.
|G O O D W I N|
|Looking for any information about Thomas Goodwin and wife |
Sarah found on 1870 US Census of Washington County
(City of Nashville) on page 427a. He was listed as born in
Ireland. His wife Sarah was born in Illinois, and he had a
1 year old son William. If this Thomas is my great-grandfather,
he was a railroad worker. Need to know if his wife's maiden
name was Starling or Sterling, and where her family came from.
Thanks in advance.
|G R I M E S|
|I'm looking for information about my ancestor Joshua Grimes.|
In 1870, he was in the Hoyleton, Washington County, IL, census,
as a 25-year old farmer, living in township 1, range 2.
He had a family named "Carter" living with him:
Samuel, Mary, John, George, and Edward,
but Joshua Grimes was the "head" in the census, and I know his father
(who died in 1845 in Missouri) had owned this land. I found an "Index for Pre-1910 Probate Records" of Washington County, IL,
and it had listed: GRIMES, JOSHUA Estate 14
THANKS for any information you can give me.
Virginia Beach, VA.
|H A G E M E I E R|
|I am looking for any information regarding the burial location for Christoph and Charlotte Hagemeier. |
Christoph was born 25 November, 1842 in Preussen, Germany and came to America in 1869.
Charlotte was born 14 September, 1841 and arrived later.
According to my information they left the area for Missouri then returned in 1902 where they died are buried.
He died 18 February, 1915 and she died May, 1914.
Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
|H A L E|
I am looking for information on William Hale.|
He was born about 1838.He married Naomi Hawkins 9-21-1854 in Washington County.
I think they had a son named John.
|July 2000 updated April 2005|
|H A L L|
|I am researching my family that homesteaded in
Illinois in the 1850's. |
My great-great-great-grandfather along with his
three son's homesteaded land in Bolo township.
It was in sections 29, 31, 32 and 33.
Our family, to my knowledge, has always been Baptist.
Do you know of anyone who I might be able to contact
to see if they might be buried in Old Concord Baptist Cemetery.
My great-great-great grandfather had a very common name, Isaac HALL,
but his son who was my great-great grandfather name was Elithan HALL,
sometimes spelled Elathan HALL.
Any help that you could offer would be appreciated.
|H A A R / H A R R E|
|I have been researching the family of my great-grandfather and great-grandmother, |
Fred and Sophie Harre.
They were married in St. Louis in the 1850's and later moved to Washington County.
They both died during the 1870's and were listed on the 1870 census as Fred and Sophie Haar.
My grandfather (Henry Harre) was one of their children and my mother was Ida Harre. (1908-1969).
My Harre ancestors lived in Covington Township on farms near New Minden and Covington. However, on the 1870 census,
Fred and Sophie Harre appear to have been in Irvington Township.
Because of the incorrect spelling on the 1870 census, list the family as both "Harre" and "Haar."
I have extensive information on the Harre families and their descendants who settled south of Nashville around 1880 but have found no link between them and my great-grandfather. My great-grand father had a brother (Charles or Carl Harre) who was also married in St. Louis before 1860 and moved to the New Minden area at about the same time. While I have the approximate birth years for both my great-grandfather and his brother from their death records, I have been unable to determine the exact dates and location of their births. I feel confident that it was in Germany.
Kansas City, Missouri
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|I was born and grew up on a family farm (Edward H. Peithman)|
south of Hoyleton in Washington County.
In about 1857, Adam Haun , wife Jane and six children moved from TN to Washington County, IL.
I would like to determine the site of their first home there.
I believe that it might have been the
West 1/2 of the of the Northwest 1/4, section 36 of Hoyleton Township.
The Bureau of Land Management lists it as
W2NW, Sect. 36, Township 01S, Range 01W Meridian 3.
The BLM lists Thomas B. Afflack becoming the first owner in 10/08/1838.
Adam Haun may have purchased the tract from Afflack in about 1857.
Thanks for any help that you can provide.
Roscoe E. Peithman
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Looking for information on Lemuel Hawkins or any|
Hawkins that lived in Washington County in the 1800's
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I am looking for information on Nicolaus Hedemann. |
He was born in Germany in 1832 and immigrated to the USA in 1863,
where he located to Washington County, IL.
He attended St Salvatore Lutheran Church in Venedy where he married Louis Hohlt.
He was a God-father to one of Brunke Hedemann's children.
Brunke immigrated as a child with his family in 1834.
Many of his family are buried in St Salvatore Cemetery.
I am trying specifically to find proof that Nicolaus and Brunke were related.
Any information that would help me in this endeavor would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much,
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Query for Heidbreder or Stuckemeyer in Washington Co. Il.|
They were both there in Washington County, IL. between 1852 and 1865
Anyone hear of them?
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I'm researching my Grandfather's name: |
Harvey Theodore Heinlein
the family has told me that he was born in Okawville
on the 25th of December 1898.
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Looking For Anna ____ (nee SCHNITZLER) HELFRICH |
Born Sept 1839 In Bayern Immigrated
To US in 1856 per 1900 Washington County, Illinois Census.
Married To Frank HELFRICH Ca 1861.
Looking for maiden name and death date and place.
Also burial place.
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I am looking for information on August HELD who died in Okawville,|
Washington County, in 1889. He married Christine Loos in 1866 in St.
Louis. She died in St. Louis in 1933. He had one brother named Wilhelm
Held. He had an adopted daughter named Elise Held, who seems to have been
born in 1871 either in Illinois or Missouri. I am trying to determine if
he was the same August Held who was a prisoner at Andersonville.
I see from the Washington County Genealogy Trails site that there was
an estate file in Washington County.
Nathan M. Nickolaus
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I am searching for any information on the Helmer family that lived in |
Ashley Illinois during the period of around 1870 - 1895.
Their names included:
Emma Helmer (Cash)
Any information would be appreciated.
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HENSON, John R. married Martha Whittenburg on Oct. 8, 1872 in Richview, Illinois.|
Looking for information on this family.
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I am inquiring about Anson A. Hinkley who lived in Washington Co. until 1920 he lived in Ashley as well as DuBois and possibly Radom. |
He was born in 1857 and expired in 1920. is buried in Ashley IL. CemetEry. he had sons James M., George M., Olin Telfair, Otis, and daughter Agnes. I was recently in Ashley and was trying to retrieve info. I was told that he had come over from England but cannot verify this fact. my grandfather who was my mother's father was Anson's youngest son Olin Telfair Hinkley born 1905 and died 1974. He is buried in Marietta GA. He was a career army man enlisting in 1928 in New Orleans at the rank of private and commissioned in 1942 as a 1st Lt retiring with the rank of Colonel in 1954 at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama. with service in WW II and Korea.
All of the Hinkleys including daughter Agnes who was married to a man named Sims ( Simms?) are buried in the small graveyard off highway 15 just west of the town of Ashley. as far as I know, Anson was married to a woman named Almira and know nothing other than what I saw on the gravestone. She died in 1916 was born 1862. I have tried to find data concerning them and even pored thru a register of citizens and found a name of Hinckley (not the same spelling of course). I met a William Shelton and a Marvin Bolt, who both knew George M. Hinkley ( who I met once) and apparently Geo. Hinkley was a well known letter carrier or a rural letter carrier as it was back in the day. I remember from being spawned and raised over in neighboring Indiana that is was the norm for those folk who lived outside of city limits to have an address that usuallly said RR 1 box xx or RFD box xx or such. well in any event if you can give me information I would be grateful and you can reach me at :
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I have hit a brick wall --|
Francis Marion Hodge, date of birth March 4,1840, Washington County Illinois.
death : August 28,1918, Christopher, Franklin County, Illinois and
Any leads appreciated,
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I am searching for Fred Hoffman who married Mary|
Meyer from Minden, Germany after 1864.
James & Claudette
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I am researching my Holliday family from Washington County,|
Oakdale Township, Elkton, Illinois.
They arrived there from Co. Antrim Ireland sometime after
1819.....I believe the Holliday's stayed in that area until
about 1900 but not sure if any family members remained when
the rest moved west....finally to Kern County CA.
Holliday's married: Weir's, Mawhinney's, McCloy's, etc.
Thank you very much for any help you can give.
Theresa ( jammers4@ aol.com )
Surnames I'm researching in Illinois: Holliday, Mawhinney, Hunter, McCloy, Boyd-Weir, and more.
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I am researching the family of William HOOD|
born 1836 in Washington County, IL.
William married Mary B. Nichols, from ??
They were married in IL. 12-25-1856
they may have resided in Carlisle, Clinton, IL.
William d. 6-27-1864 in Civil War
Their children are;
Sarah Elizabeth, born 10-18-1857 4-12-1947 my G-Grandmother
Mary Lucinda b. 10-22-1857 d. 7-20-1860
Mary Adaline b. 1-2-1862 d. 1-2-1862
Williams parents may be George and Lucinda ?, Hood
Need info on Williams parents and where they were from.
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I am looking for descendents of Käte (Kate) HUEGELY, nee KERN, born in Germany|
I found two letters from her dated 1915 and 1952, when she lived in Nashville Illinois.
Thanks & Kind Regards
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Looking for info on William and Maude Huge . |
He died in 1989 and she in 1968.
Looking for where they are buried.
How do I find it?
Roy & Cheryl
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I am researching the HUNT family line.|
I know that my Hunt's were in Washington County, IL in 1860.
They are listed on the 1860 cenus, Nashville PO, page 753 as
Albert Hunt 30 yrs old,
Susan Hunt 26 yrs old,
Sarah Hunt 5 yrs,
Rosanah Hunt 69 yr. mother.
I am trying to find out any information that I can about them.
Rosanah Hunt may have passed away while in Washington County,
but don't know for sure.
I do know the Hunt's went back to TN and then to Texas in 1880.
Any information is greatly appreciated.
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Looking for information on the family of Elijah Hussey, schoolteacher/attorney,|
lived in Richview, Washington Co., Illinois from about 1869 to his death 1904.
Wife Dorcas Furnace.
James Christopher, m. Clara Beebe,
This family came from Greene County, Ohio.
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I am searching for information on Eli J. Hutchings and descendents. |
Eli was born in Tennessee in 1810 and may have come to the Washington
county area as early as 1817 or so.
Siblings and descendent information appreciated.
Joyce in Kansas
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Searching for origin and ancestors of Albert Amos Hyatt who was said to have|
been born in Elkton, Bond County, Illinois on 18 April 1843
[ as per this web site -- http://www.carolyar.com/Illinois/Family/Hyatt.htm ]
and his possible connection to Amos Hyatt listed on page 97 of the
Pre-1910 Washington County Probate Records.
Also searching for a possible connection to E. W. Hyatt listed on page 71 of
the Pre-1910 Washington County Probate Records.
The only Elkton we've been able to locate in Illinois is in what is now
Southern Washington County and may, at the time, thought to be in Bond
County when it stretched all the way to the North border of Illinois.
Albert Amos Hyatt served in the Union Army throughout the Civil War and in
1870 he established a Lumber business in McLeansboro, Hamilton County, Ill.
On 30 December 1872 Albert married Mary Virginia Rathbone in McLeansboro and
raised a family there until his death on 29 July 1922.
Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
George & Peg Margaret Elizabeth (Hyatt) Koppmann
George & Peg (Hyatt) Koppmann
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