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BALDWIN, POTTS, SMITH posted by Marti (Baldwin) Swanson on Tuesday, March 4, 2003

Mary Naomi BALDWIN was my grandfather?s sister. She ?died young,? but she?s still a member of the family, and I?d like to know about her. Her parents were Francis Marion BALDWIN, originally from Virden, and Amanda Jane SMITH. Amanda had been orphaned in Greene Co in the 1850?s, and her brother -in-law, Anthony Parker POTTS, became guardian for Amanda and her sister Julia. The Potts family eventually located in Talkington Twp, Sangamon Co; and Francis and Amanda married in Sangamon Co on 16 Feb 1864. I believe that Mary Naomi was their firstborn, but I know little about her besides her name. My grandfather, Edwin Hale BALDWIN, was born 19 Sept 1867 in Virden. There were no other children. I?d be so grateful if someone could tell me when and where Mary Naomi was born and died and where she is buried. Apparently, she is not in Virden Cemetery, where her grandparents and other Baldwin relatives are buried; nor is she in White Hall with her Smith grandparents. Marti Baldwin Swanson at cygnetnest@aol.com

BARTLETT posted by Bob Bartlett on Monday, March 10, 2003

I AM LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO GET ME A GRAVESITE PICTURE FROM PULLIAM CEMETARY. IT IS FOR NANCY BARTLETT. DOD IS 28 JULY 1853. WE PAY APPROPRIATE FINDERS' FEE. BOB BARTLETT

HARLAN, STEWART posted by Annette on Tuesday, March 18, 2003

I am looking for information about Eunice Harlan. born Dec.14, 1884 in Chesterfield, Macoupin Co.IL. Died 1929. She was my Great Great Grandmother. Thanks, Annette

COATES, COATS, MATHENY, SCHNEIDER, SNYDER posted by pam on Friday, March 21, 2003

I am looking for a COATS/COATES family that lived AROUND springfield Illinois around 1850's that took in or adopted a girl. She was left at the neighbor's house, The COATS, by her father, who never came back for her. Her name at death was Julia Schneider. She also went by Jennie Snyder. She married Justice Snyder and they lived in Iowa, South Dakota and Kansas. Julia was a Civil War Widow and her children were, Rene, Minnie, Cora, Edna, Emma and Claude. I do not know what her real name was at birth. She was born June 6, 1852 near springfield Illinois and died in Jackson Michigan January 5, 1952 at her daughter Minnie Matheny's house. I am looking for a connection with a COATS/COATES family that lived near Springfield in the 1850-1860's that might know something abour Julia. Thank You

COLEMAN, GILMORE, SPICER, YORK posted by Melinda Gilmore Leady on Saturday, March 29, 2003

Anyone with any information on Huriah Gilmore or his children, Seburn, Henry, Sarah, Temprence, Margaret, Huriah Jr. or John...please e-mail me. Also any information on John York son of Joel York. He was married to Julia A. Gilmore daughter of Seburn Gilmore. Thank you.

BRANDT, KELLER posted by Alan Jennings on Sunday, March 30, 2003

Researching the Keller/Brandt family line in Macoupin County, IL. Johannes Keller and his wife Catharina (Brandt) Keller moved from St Clair County, IL to (Carlinville) Macoupin approximately 1866. Later they moved to St. Louis City. Would appreciate hearing from anyone with information on this family line.

DODSON, JAMES, MOFFATT posted by betty on Wednesday, April 2, 2003

a news article on Jesse James kin was in a St Marys Ohio newspaper 12 Sept 1928, The James surname connection is Edward James b/England and residence in 1930 census was Trumbull co ohio. No connection to Jesse but noticed this... " Carlinville Il. Following a trail of fleas, Sheriff Stubblefied recoved six stolen auto's, arrested three men and found the hideway of more than seventy seven cars. Under arrest was Jesse James Jr. Eugene Dodson and Robert Moffatt. While making a search the sheriff inspected a haystack infested with fleas and nearby was the hiding place of the stolen auto's.

ADCOCK, ADCOX, BAINES, BELL, HALTERMAN, MILLION, MURRELL posted by Carol Baines on Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Is anybody related to any of these Adcock/Adcox people? 1 Descendants of James H. Adcox Generation No. 1 1. JAMES H.1 ADCOX He married SARAH MURRELL. Children of JAMES ADCOX and SARAH MURRELL are: i. MAUDE2 ADCOX, d. Bef. September 1976; m. ? HALTERMAN. ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON ADCOCK, b. November 1869, Merrimack, Taylor County, KY; d. August 03, 1961; m. BESS MILLION. iii. OLLIE MAY ADCOCK, b. May 05, 1872, Palmyra, Macoupin County, Illinois; d. May 12, 1939. iv. CHARLES DAY ADCOCK, b. April 01, 1877, Palmyra, Macoupin County, Illinois; d. October 15, 1927; m. FLORENCE BELL. v. GERTRUDE LEE ADCOX, b. January 20, 1879, Palmyra, Macoupin County, Illinois; d. September 05, 1976, St. Anthony Hospital, Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana; m. JOSEPH L. HAUCK, March 10, 1910, St. Louis, Missouri; b. February 28, 1881, Springfield, Illinois; d. April 29, 1964, St. Anthony Hospital, Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana. Notes for JOSEPH L. HAUCK: Lived in Michigan City since 1922. vi. FLORA BELLE ADCOX, b. February 19, 1881, Palmyra, Macoupin County, Illinois1; d. August 18, 1973, Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana1; m. HARRY ALAN BAINES, May 10, 1899, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; b. March 06, 1878, Auburn, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. April 19, 1963, Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana. Notes for HARRY ALAN BAINES: Occupation Farmer when married. 618 Cedar Street Michigan City, Indiana on 12/1/1936 Worked for Josam Products Foundry Company Michigan City, Indiana vii. ? ADCOX, d. Bef. September 1976.

ANDERSON, HUGHES posted by Eileene Hughes Gaiche on Saturday, May 17, 2003

Looking for Shirley Armstrong that listed a query in 1998. She is part of my family and have info for her. Please direct her to me or me to her. Marvin was an uncle of mine and James M. was my ggrandfather. I have pictures to share with her, but I need a new e-mail address. Thanks, Eileene

CAMP, HALEY posted by Reid Smith on Saturday, May 17, 2003

Looking for William Alvin Camp and his wife Arizona Haley Camp. Arizona (Zona) was born March 25,1894, died ?.

HARRIS, PIPER posted by Wilma on Monday, May 19, 2003

We are still searching for the parent,s of OSCAR PIPER born december 15, 1847 in kentucky, also his daughter Grace PIPER born January 18, 1884 in Girard?? Sandomingo PIPER first wife Leona HARRIS married on December 26, 1899 in Girard and their daughter Thelma A. Piper. If anyone can help please let us know. Some names are Oscar PIPER, Frank R. PIPER Grace PIPER Sarah J HARRIS, Truman A PIPER, Clyde A PIPER, Sanddomingo PIPER, Anthony A PIPER, Shirley PIPER. Thank you. The PIPER family

KRECHNYAK, PERNICKA, RYBNIKAR, WESLNOCK, WESSELNYAK posted by Jo Leitschuh on Sunday, July 13, 2003

I am working on the PERNICKA/RYBNIKAR family tree and will share the information that I have with the descendents. Please contact me at mrsliteshoe@hotmail.com. Several Surnames include PERNICK, RYBNIKA, KRECHNYAK, WESSELNYAK, WESLNOCK. Thank you for Jo LEITSCHUH

BADSTEUBNER, BROCK, FRITZ, JUBELT, OETTEL, WENDLER, WINDISCH posted by Jo Leitschuh on Sunday, July 13, 2003

am working on the OETTEL/WINDISCH family tree and will share the information that I have with the descendents. Augusta “Natalia” Oettel was my great grandmother she was born in Saxony Germany and married Gustav”Robert” WINDISCH in Mt. Olive, Macoupin, Illinois. Please contact me at mrsliteshoe@hotmail.com. Several surname connected to this line are BADSTEUBNER, JUBELT, WINDISCH, BROCK, WENDLER, FRITZ Thank you for Jo LEITSCHUH

ALDEN, FENTON, PARKS, ROBINSON posted by Helen Robinson on Saturday, August 2, 2003

I am searching for information for the recovery of a family Bible. The Bible and many other things disappeared while my husband's Aunt, Ruth Robinson Anspaugh of Virden, was incapacitated and had someone staying with her. She was the widow of Dr. Earl Anspaugh who was the only doctor in Virden for most of his life. The Bible is from the Robinson family. Surnames it has are Alden, Fenton, Parks and Robinson although it has lots of others. We would appreciate all information anyone has about the Bible. Helen Robinson

BOLGER posted by Carol Proctor on Saturday, August 2, 2003

I am looking for any information on John or Margaret Ann Fay BOLGER. They lived in Hettick then later Margaret moved to Carlinville. John died in 1915 and Margaret died in 1952. Thanks, Carol.

BEST, CLARK, HANEL, HENSON, MCLEAN, SAWYER, WALKER posted by Rayna Moore on Monday, October 6, 2003

Searching for any information on Jacob Walker and Agnes McLean. They were married in TN and then migrated to Madison County, IL between 1830 and 1840 and then to Macoupin County, IL. I believe these are my 3rd great grandparents and would like to talk to anyone else who may be descended from them. Thank you, Rayna

BARNHART, PALMER posted by Joyce Morrell on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for births and deaths of possible children of Jeremiah Barnhart and Adline Palmer Barnhart. Daughter Henrietta was b. in this county 1860. Son William born 1869 in Golden Michigan. Logic tells me there must have been other children born between these two. Can anyone help ?

ROULAND posted by Jaylene R. Biggs on Monday, October 6, 2003

My father was born in Macoupin County. His father was Henry ROULAND. His mother was Maggie HUBBLE? not sure. My father was born10/1/26. He married my mother on 11/28/51. Thank you.

BELLMER, DALEY, KEYES, LESICKO, PURCELL posted by Karen Bellmer on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for information on Charles Keyes (b. abt 1840 in Canada), his wife Margaret // (b. abt 1852 in IL), and their daughter Minnie, b. abt. 1868 in IL. I have found him in the 1870 federal census in Carlinville, Macoupin County; also in the 1880 federal census. His occupation is listed as "hedge agent." His parents were from England and Ireland, and Margaret's family was from Pennsylvania. Minnie later married Louis Purcell Daley, and had a daughter named Catherine Cecelia Daley (b. abt 1894 in IL). Any information on this family would be appreciated. Karen Bellmer kbellmer@mail.com

BELLMER, DALEY, KEYES, LESICKO, PURCELL posted by Karen Bellmer on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for information on Henry Daley (b. 21 Apr 1825 in Belfast, Ireland, d. 17 Jan 1906), his wife, Catherine Purcell (b. abt 1840 in Kilkenny Ireland, d. 1 Jan 1891), and their son, Louis Purcell Daley (b. abt 1869 in IL. Henry was a grocer, and immigrated to the US in 1845. Catherine and her brother William immigrated about 1858. I believe her father's name was Thomas Purcell, who also immigrated to the US. I have found Henry and Catherine in the 1870 and 1880 federal census in Carlinville, Macoupin County, IL. Their son Louis later married Minnie Keyes. Any information on this family would be appreciated. Karen Bellmer kbellmer@mail.com

BELLMER, DALEY, KEYES, LESICKO, PURCELL posted by Karen Bellmer on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for information on Mike Lesicko (b. 21 June 1893 in Austria, d. 10 Mar 1994), and his wife Anna Surgota (b. 19 Nov 1894 in Austria, d. March 1974). They both immigrated to this country about 1912. Any information would be appreciated. Karen Bellmer kbellmer@mail.com

MCCALLISTER, TILLEY posted by Shirley Meinert on Monday, October 6, 2003

Information needed on Aaron (bc 1795) and Bennett (bc 1801) TILLEY. Were they brothers? Sons of ? Both born in North Carolina, lived in Macoupin Co.,IL. In 1850 Bennett was in Franklin Co. MO. Was Martin Tilley, bc 1827, one of their sons? Martin married Elizabeth McCALLISTER. They moved to Franklin Co, MO.

GRADY, TUNKER posted by mary martinez on Monday, October 6, 2003

August Tunker was my great-great-grand father. Stephen Grady was my great grand father. I have a cabinet built by August Tunker & have been curious about my father's family for a long time. I would appreciate any info.

CLARK, MCKINNEY, VANCE posted by C.J. Noe on Monday, October 6, 2003

Looking for info on Jesse Theodore McKinney, father of Harold, need his parents names. Need information on his wife Elsie McKinney nee Clark as well. Looking for any information anyone can supply about Nicholas Penn Vance, have been able to trace the family back to him in Tennesse, but cannot get any further, any informations on any of these families will be greatly appreciated, will share any I have already gained quite willingly. Thanks C.J. Noe

DOAK, DOAKE, DOKE posted by D. R. Doak on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for information on John P. Doak listed as Doake on the 1840 Macoupin tax records. I found his wife Winifred (Sharp)Doak at the Scottville West Cemetery, but can't locate where his grave is.

SCOTT posted by Bill Scott on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for information on Isabella Scott b abt 1802 in NC d abt 1886 in Macoupin County. Scott is maiden name. Do not know if she was married. Thanks.

GAVIN, SEXTON posted by Fred Hofer on Monday, October 6, 2003

James Sexton, (a coal miner), and Julia Gavin were my Grandparents. Is there a database of Coal miners somewhere? He died of Black Lung Disease around 1938. My uncle Russell Sexton, was once the Sheiff of Macoupin County. Any information you can provide will be of help. Thank you, Fred Hofer 3786N Wilson Lake Circle Mercer, Wisconsin 54547 715-476-2456

CHERE, JENKS posted by Bob Knippen on Monday, October 6, 2003

Francis Belle Jenks, daughter of Samuel Jenks, married George Chere in Sangamon county in 1876. I have reason to believe that either the Jenks or the Chere familes (or both) lived in Macoupin county. I'm especially interested in information about the Jenks family.

LONG posted by Curtis Long on Monday, October 6, 2003

I've been trying to trace my Long family roots and I haven't gotten very far. Any help would be appreciated. Please feel free to e-mail me direct. Great Grandfather: William Thomas Long Born: 13 Dec. 1855 Married to: Addie? I've been told he is buried near the family homeplace of Carlinville, Illinois Grandfather: William Henry Long Born: 24 Nov 1894 Married to: Lila Grace McElroy He is buried near Unionport, Indiana. Father: William Eugene Long Living Me: Curtis William Long Thank You Curt Long Winchester, Indiana

CLINE posted by Jim Gordon on Monday, October 6, 2003

I have a distant relative from OH who apparently died in, or around, Scottville, IL, in Macoupin Co. Would you know anything about this man, his wives, and descendants? Dr. Owen Cline b: 7/23/1851 or 6/15/1857 (Archers Fork in Washington Co., OH) d: 4/23/1916 (Scottville, IL) m#1: Susan McCurley, (4 or 6)/15/1875 (Morgan Co., IL) (-1/25/1876) m#2: Sarah Elizabeth Hicks, 9/18/1878 (Macoupin Co., IL) (Athensville, IL: 4/12/1861-7/9/1928) Jim Gordon

CAIN posted by Connie Atkins on Monday, October 6, 2003

I am looking for information on Marion Cain and his wife Rachel Vaughn Cain. I am trying to find any info. on them. Married 21 Dec 1892 in Macoupin Co.

COMPTON, SAWYER posted by Robert G. Compton on Monday, October 6, 2003

Is anyone doing research on Albert and Virginia Compton? Parents of Lucia (Andrews), George, David and Walter Compton. Grandparents of Robert and Janet Compton Cleary, children of Walter. Please contact me via e-mail. Thank you. Robert Compton

GATEWOOD, KING, LARIMORE posted by Shirley Roberts on Monday, December 8, 2003

Aquila King, Sr was b 21 Feb 1784 d 17 Aug 1864. m 2 Dec 1805 Pamela Gatewood, poss GA Pamela b 2 Mar 1785 d 11 Jun 1850. They lvd in GA KY MO finally settling in the Asbury neighborhood, Macoupin Cnty IL. Aquila d and was bur in Asbury Cemetery. ch: John b 3 Jun 1807 m Elizabeth Ann Fishburn: Benjamin b 15 Dec 1809 m Priscilla Greer Foster: Nancy b 13 May 1812 m ALexander Hatier: Elizabeth b 6 Feb 1815 m Jacob Fishburn: ROWLAND b 20 Jul 1817: Hester Ann b 14 Jan 1820 m George A. Fishburn: Priscilla b 7 Oct 1822: Aquila, Jr. b 14 Mar 1825 m Peiscilla Larimore. I would like to find the parents, and further informarion of Aquila, Sr. If any others are searching the same line, I have much more information. Aquila, Sr is my gg-grandfather. Shirley

ALDERSON, BELL, CLACK posted by Scott Bell on Monday, December 8, 2003

I am interested in information about William and Sarah (nee Bell) Clack family. They arrived in Macoupin County after 1820 and lived there until their deaths. They had a number of children born in KY who married Alderson's and others in Macoupin County.

KESSINGER, SEATON posted by Phylis Barthel on Monday, December 8, 2003

I'd be grateful for any information on Henry Seaton and/or Sandford Kessinger, and will respond in kind. Thanks!

DELANEY posted by Toney Scott on Monday, December 8, 2003

Searching for information on a Michael Delaney who was married to an Eliza McCrainer on June 21, 1882. Searching for a death certificate for Michael Delaney? Any information accepted.

YOUNG posted by Robvert Young on Monday, December 8, 2003

Looking for Information and Dates for W G Young, T V Young, and R J Young, They lived in Southern Macoupin Co. Thanks

SEAMAN posted by Fred Robertson on Monday, December 8, 2003

Researching into a Sylvanus Seaman born around 1883 and raised in Carlinville. His wife was Myrtle, born near 1882. Kids were Dorothy (1905), Walter B. (1907), George R. (1912), Harold M. (1915), William (1919), and Virginia (1921). This family shows up in the 1920 and 1930 census records, but can not trace back any years prior. Looking for any information that may lead back further...

DROKE, WINDSOR posted by James Windsor on Monday, December 8, 2003

William Henry Windsor (1828-1904), b. Culpeper Co. Virginia; d. Hornsby, Macoupin Co. Illinois. Married Suzanna Droke (1832-1875), b. Morgan Co. Indiana; d. Hornsby, Macoupin Co. Children: i. Harford Lysander, ii. Victor Emanuel, iii. Julius Aaron, iv. David Grant Windsor, v. Elmer , vi. Henry Hanson, vii. Martha Ellen, viii. Cora Suzanna, ix. Jeremiah Daniel and x. Katharine Ozella Windsor. Will correspond. Thanks.

CRAMER, DRYER, GRANGER, HARBAUGH, HARRISON, MILLER, STUCK, STUTZRIEM posted by marian on Monday, December 8, 2003

I am searching for relatives of Mildred Miller. Born Mable Harbaugh. Father Jos. and Mother Cora Granger. Sister Edith - believe to be raised by Harrison family. Foster parents were Sam and Jenny Miller in Chicago. Mildred born at Verdin, Illinois and is on the 1900 Illinois state census. Any information is greatly appreciated. Thankyou. Marian

BALCAR, FREWERT, KASTEN, LOEHR, OELTJEN, OLGEN, ROGGE posted by Pam Miller on Monday, December 8, 2003

My Oeltjen and Rogge German ancestors came to Carlinville and area in the last half of the nineteenth century. Their children married Kastens, Loehrs, Frewerts and Balcars. Would like to contact descendants.

ANDERSON posted by K. Anderson on Monday, December 8, 2003

Wanting information on my grandfathers side....trying to find out who his father was and so on. Floyd L.Anderson was my granfathers name, he had a few brothers Everett, Lyn and Alvin Anderson. Any info would be appriciated.

ANDERSON, DAVIS, FONES, MORGAN posted by Becky Bowman on Monday, December 8, 2003

I am looking for any Morgans that may have been related to Elizabeth Morgan who married Benjamin Davis in 1849 in Fentress co., TN. It is believed that Elizabeth moved to the Macoupin Co., IL area around 1881 with several children: John William Davis who married Martha Fones in 1890; Hanna Davis who married Wiley Anderson; Malinda Davis who married a Wyzard; and Abby Davis who married an Alonzo Fones in 1882. My e-mail address is rumagal_2@hotmail.com

BORRELLL, BORRILL, BURRELL posted by Pat Harris on Monday, December 8, 2003

Researching Burrell and various spellings of my ggGrandparents Thomas and Elizabeth Unknown Burrell. Both born in England but, settled and died in Macoupin Co., IL. Listed on the 1860 census with children John, Sarah, James, Thomas B., Elizabeth and William George (my gGrandfather). Other children Mary married to Samuel Shortes also in Macoupin Co., IL and possibly a Susan and Hannah. If anyone has information on these folks please feel free to contact me at PHa2221@aol.com. Thanks

PICCO posted by Sheryl Geralds on Monday, December 8, 2003

My great grandfather was John Picco Sr. His daughter Mary was my grandmother. John was born 1852-1927 His wife Catterina (Katherine) 1870-1928. They had 10 children. Lived in Wilsonville in 1922. I would like to know much more, if you have access to that information. Or if you can tell me how to go about getting information. Thank you!

PEEBLES posted by Cindy Davis on Monday, December 8, 2003

I am trying to find a Martha Peebles born in Illinois around 1860. Not sure of dates. Her mother (last name of Cummins)was believed to be full Cherokee born on the trail of tears. we don't have a lot of solid info to go on in trying to find the lineage of this part of our family.

SOAPER, SOPER posted by Steve Soper on Monday, December 8, 2003

Looking for any and all information, particularly burial information on all Sopers/Soapers in Macoupin county

BLACKBURN, MERRITT posted by Georgia Merritt Estes on Monday, December 8, 2003

I am trying to find the parents of my great-grandma, Eleanore Blackburn, who married John S. Merritt in l840. She was born in l8l9 in Indiana, and died in l899 in Iowa. There is a researcher who was telling me about a Blackburn College that he thought was in this county in Illinois. A Reverand Gideon Blackburn (l772 - l838) had a son named Samuel from his first wife, who is about the right age to be Eleanor's father(l803 - l836). We believe that both her father and mother must have died not long after she married, because by the next census we see her younger brothers and sisters shared out among siblings and friends (possibly other kin). This relative of Gideon says that both Gideon and Samuel were "Reverends". Perhaps if that was so, Samuel may have located in Indiana, or even Kentucky. Samuel's wife's name is supposed to be Sarah Glass. Gideon's first wife is Grizell Blackburn. His mother's name was Margaret Richie. Does anyone know of a link between this family and mine. Or any other Blackburn that might fit. I feel quite sure that Eleanor (Nellie) had either a sister named Nancy, or a close cousin named Nancy. In the census, two Merritts married two Blackburns and they were next door neighbors. (Decatur Co. IN.)

ENGLISH posted by Melody Claar on Monday, December 8, 2003

I am looking for any information on Gloria English. She had three children and may have been married to Lawrence Claar. Please help, thank you.

DORSEY posted by Sandra Walters on Monday, December 8, 2003

Looking for any info on which cemetary in the Bunker Hill area Elias Dorsey is buried in. He died Mar 1872- about 75 yrs old-originally from Middleburg, KY. Also any info on Benjamin L Dorsey (died June 19, 1895) or William Montjoy Dorsey (died Mar 13, 1902)-both sons of Elias. Another son of Elias - Leaven L Dorsey- purchased 4,176 acres of public land in Macoupin Cty in 1840. Trying to locate the land -township 07N, Range 07W, Meridian 3.

WIESE posted by su nao on Monday, December 8, 2003

I'm looking for information on H.C.W. Wiese--full name, immigration information, anything beyond what is in the 1880 census.

COVINGTON, MITCHELL posted by Bobbie Keller on Monday, December 8, 2003

Searching for descendents and info for Lige Mitchell and his brother Elisha that traveled from their home about 15 miles east of Bowling Green, Warren Co., Kentucky to settle on Macoupin Creek, now about 6 miles southeast of Carlinville, Ill. Lige's children from his first marriage was Martin, Sarah (Hart), John, Joseph, Ben and Winfrey. Joseph (my great great grandfather) married Julia A. Covington. Their daughter Josephine Cornelia married Andrew Rathegeber. They moved from Morrisville, Ill. Dec. 1902 to Kiowa, Ks. I would like to obtain more info on Joseph and Lige Mitchell and Julia Covington (her father was Nathan Covington) and locate some photographs of these ancestors if possible.





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