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Ibendahl, Calvin F.
Born : 12Nov1924
      in Illinois
Died : 20Sep2006
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Tamaroa Cemetery
Tamaroa
Perry County, Illinois
  Calvin F. Ibendahl, a farmer from Perry County, Illinois.
Son of Arthur and Lena (nee Brammeier) Ibendahl.
Born November 12, 1924 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois.

Served during World War II and the Korean War
in the United States Navy

Obituary
Calvin F. Ibendahl
Friday, September 22, 2006
      Calvin F. Ibendahl, 81, of Du Quoin, formerly of Tamaroa, passed away at 4:50 a.m.,
Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2006 at the Union County Hospital in Anna.
      Calvin was a retired farmer. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of W.W. II and the Korean War.
During the Korean War, he served on the Hospital Ship Consolation and earned his
PA Degree while in the service. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church
in Pinckneyville. He was a member of the Perry County Farm Bureau, American Legion,
and Rotary Club, where he was a Paul Harris Fellow.
      He was born Nov. 12, 1924 in Oakdale, the son of Arthur and Lena (Brammeier) Ibendahl.
      He married Jean Ayres on Dec. 31, 1958 at Tucson, Ariz. and she survives.
      He is survived by his wife of Du Quoin; one brother, Edgar Ibendahl of Oakdale;
two sister-in-laws, Sue Ibendahl of Oakdale and Marjorie Ayres of Litchfield; one
niece, Nora Jean Ayres of Phoenix, Ariz.; and five nephews, Gregory Ibendalh of
Starkville, Miss., Douglas Ibendahl of Chicago, Steven Ibendahl of St. Louis, Tom
Ayres of Hillsboro, and Jim Ayres of Branson, Mo.
      He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Paul Ibendahl.
      Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m., Friday, Sept. 22, 2006 at the
Searby Funeral Home in Du Quoin with Rev. Jim Barnett officiating.
      Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m., Thursday at the Searby Funeral Home in Du Quoin.
      Interment will be in the Tamaroa Cemetery at Tamaroa.
      Friends may make memorials to the First United Methodist Church in
Pinckneyville and will be accepted at the funeral home.

Information furnished by : Jerry Cowley


Ingraham, Robert
Born : About 1829
      in Virginia
  Burial :
Unknown
  Robert Ingraham, a farmer from Richview, Washington County, Illinois.
stood 5' 10" tall with light hair, light eyes and a light complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on July 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington County, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Private on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois


Ingram, Henry P.
Born : About 1824
      in Virginia
Died : 1901
  Burial :
Unknown
  Henry P. Ingram, a married farmer from Richview, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 10" tall with dark hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.
He was born in Newburn, Virginia.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. B, 62nd Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on January 15, 1862 in Washington County, Illinois.
Mustered in as a Captain on April 10, 1862 in Jonesboro, Illinois.
Resigned July 12, 1864


Ingram, Nathan M.
Born : 21Jun1838
Died : 27Oct1898
      in Oklahoma
  Burial :
Pryor Cemetery
aka Fairview Cemetery
Mayes Co., Oklahoma
  Henry P. Ingram, a married farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. D, 13th Illinois Consolidated Cavalry Regiment
Enlisted on December 21, 1863 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Private and on February 20, 1864 at Camp Butler, Illinois.
Mustered out on August 31, 1865 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Additional Info from : Linda Hare :
According to his tombstone, he was born June 21,1838.
Nathan's first son was named James Henry Ingram,
He died October 27, 1898 in the Cherokee Indian Nation of Oklahoma
           (now Mayes County, OK)


Ingram, Robert   Burial :
Unknown
  Served in the US-Mexican War as a Private
in Co. H of the 2nd Regiment Illinois Foot Volunteers
He enrolled at Nashville, Washington County

Isam, James W.
Born : About 1832
      in Illinois
  Burial :
Unknown
  James W. Isam, a married farmer from Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
stood 5' 8" tall with dark hair, dark eyes and a dark complexion.

Served during the Civil War with the Union Army,
with Co. F, 44th Illinois Infantry
Enlisted on July 1, 1861 in Ashley, Washington Co., IL.
Mustered in as a Sergeant on September 13, 1861 in Chicago, Illinois
Re-enlisted as a Veteran February 17, 1864
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant 25Mar1865
Re-enlisted as a Veteran April 3, 1865 in Lick Creek, Tennessee.
Mustered in on April 3, 1865 in Lick Creek, Tennessee.
Mustered out on September 25, 1865 at Camp Irwin, Texas.


Isringhaus, Warren G.
Born : 11Aug1923
Died : 28Jun2005
  Burial :
Olive Branch Cemetery
Okawville Township
Washington Co., IL.
  Warren G. Isringhaus

Served during World War II
as a Private First Class in the United States Army


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