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EADS, McDaniel was born in Shelby Co., Ind., 22 Mar 1856; was married to his now bereaved wife, 31 Aug 1876, and died in holy triumph 21 Sept 18770 The writer preached his funeral at New Bethel Church. May God bless the widow and orphan. - J Branstetter
(Source: Extract from "St. Louis Christian Advocate" newspaper printed on December 26, 1877. Transcribed by Barbara Z.)


EARICKSON Richard is no more. He was born in Jefferson co, Ky, 4 July 1803, and died at his residence near Glasgow, 8 June 1877, nearly completing his 74th year of active life. He emigrated to the territory of Mo in 1818 with his father and family, the late Judge James Earickson, who first settled in Chariton co, and soon after moved to the co of Howard, where all the family have lived and died (save a sister) and rests in the family burial ground in full view of the city of Glasgow He had a special interest in education, advancing more than 5,000 dollars to Pritchard Institute, a school of high grade He was twice married, first to Miss Elizabeth Harrison, whose family was among the most active and influential citizens of Howard co. They lived happily together for more than 25 years. She died in full hope of a blessed immortality. He was afterwards married to Miss Sarah E Earickson, dau of one of the early pioneers of Howard co He left a bereaved wife and only sister. A Friend
(Source: The St. Louis Christian Advocate; Compiled and Published by Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff, C.G.R.S.; Obituaries, July 1877 Dec. 1879; 19 Sept. 1877; transcribed by Kim Mohler)


EASTIN Mrs Annie, wife of SO Eastin, of Pike co, Mo, was born in Lincoln co, Mo, 17 Apr 1845. She united with the MECS, at Prairieville, five years ago, and died very suddenly on 17 Oct last May the blessings of God rest upon her deeply bereaved husband. JH Ledbetter
(Source: The St. Louis Christian Advocate; Compiled and Published by Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff, C.G.R.S.; Obituaries, July 1877 Dec. 1879; 28 Nov. 1877; transcribed by Kim Mohler)


St. Louis, Sept. 2 - Walter C. Eaton and George Erheardt, boys who had gone on the river for a ride, were drowned by the overturning of their boat. Four companions were rescued.
(Salt Lake Telegram, September 2, 1902, page 1. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)


EDWARDS, Isabelle WOODS
Died Sunday May 2 at 11 a.m. Isabelle Woods wife of Benjamin F. EDWARDS at the resd. of her father, Archibald Woods 4?38 McPherson Ave..
Funeral Tuesday, May 4 at 2:30 p.m.. Interment private.
St. Louis Republic, Monday Morning, May 3, 1897, pg. 7 [submitted by: C. Horton -2009 ]


Dated 28 Aug 1873 Miss Hortense Elder, residing in Elleardsville, (St. Louis Co.) met with a terrible accident Wednesday afternoon, which resulted fatally, 18 years old.
[Source: Pioneer Times. Oct. 1987, Vol 11, No 4. Typed by Joanne Scobee Morgan]


ELLIOTT Absalom was born in Woodford co, Ky; emigrated to Mo in 1836, and settled in Pettis co, where he married the dau of the late Rev. William Anderson He died on 14th inst, leaving the savor of a good name behind him. J Godbey
(Source: The St. Louis Christian Advocate; Compiled and Published by Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff, C.G.R.S.; Obituaries, July 1877 Dec. 1879; 3 Oct. 1877; transcribed by Kim Mohler)


DEATH RECALLS DAY OF LUMBER BUSINESS IN THIS SECTION.
The Journal received a long distance telephone last night from St. Louis conveying the sad intelligence of the death of Mrs. J. Woods Elliott which occurred at her home in that city at 8 o'clock last evening. Her death was the result of a paralytic stroke which she received last Sunday. The deceased leaves to mourn her death a husband, three sons and one grandson.
The deceased formerly resided in Hannibal, her husband for many years being manager of the Bluff City Lumber Company. She was a most estimable woman and had a host of warm friends in this city who will be sorry to learn of her death. The message did not contain any particulars o her death Hannibal Journal.
The Quincy Daily Journal, Thursday, Apr 2, 1914, Page 10, transcribed by Debbie Gibson


EMERSON Mary E died 12 Oct 1877, at the residence of her father, Rev Amos Emerson, near Pink Hill, Grayson co, Texas. She was born in Beverly, Adams co, Ill, 18 Aug 1860, and joined the MECS in 1875; came to Texas with her parents in Sept 1876 Young, handsome, amiable, accomplished and buoyant in hope, seventeen years and a few days old. BMW
(Source: The St. Louis Christian Advocate; Compiled and Published by Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff, C.G.R.S.; Obituaries, July 1877 Dec. 1879; 2 Jan. 1878; transcribed by Kim Mohler)


May 26, 1882
Mr. PH. M. Enzinger, brother-in-law of Judge Jacob Zeisler, Died in St. Louis, May 23, at the age of 59 years.
(Source: St. Charles Journal, Jan. 1882. Submitted by Joanne Scobee Morgan)

The Ottawa Free Trader, Ottawa, Illinois, February 20, 1846
Isabel Eschenburg
Died at St. Louis, on the 3d inst., Isabel, daughter of John Eschenburg, Esq., aged 17 years.
Submitted by Nancy Piper

Died In St. Louis, Mo., on the 18th of December, 1858, after a brief illness, Mrs. Sarah Evaline, wife of Simon B. Mayre, Esq., and daughter of W. W. Chapman, of Oregon.
The Oregon Argus (Oregon City, OR) Saturday, March 5, 1859
Jim Dezotell



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