Fisher Family Genealogy

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101 "Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at. the Baptist church in Blandinsville, the Rev. A. I. Osborne officiating. Interment was in the Foster cemetery south of town (Blandinsville South Cemetery) under the direction of the Roberts funeral home of Macomb." FOSTER George Jerome (I716)
 
102 "Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Killion home. Rev. A. J. Pauler of the Church of God will conduct the service. Another service will be held at Americus at 3 o'clock. Interment will be in Americus cemetery." HOBBLE, Rebecca Isabelle (I1926)
 
103 "Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Williamson funeral home.
Burial will be in the Yatesville cemetery." 
PEARSON, Edward (I1834)
 
104 "Funeral services will be held at the Conger chapel Friday at 2 p. m Rev. D. J. Howe of the Christian church officiating. Interment in I. 0. O. F. cemetery." KIRKHAM, Martha (I2043)
 
105 "Funeral services will be held at the Craig home in Americus at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be in the Americus cemetery." CRAIG, William Henry (I1885)
 
106 "Funeral services will be held at the home Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will follow in the Lexington cemetery." FRITTS, Sarah B. (I657)
 
107 "Funeral services will be held at the residence of his grandson, H. C. Ward, 273 Sherman avenue, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in the Lexington cemetery." WARD, Allen (I656)
 
108 "Funeral services will be held at the Wilson home at two o'clock on Friday Dee. 14, the Rev. A. P. Hertzier officiating and the interment will.be in South Side Cemetery." DAVIS Margaret Elizabeth (I725)
 
109 "Funeral services will be held here this week for John Robert Foster, one of Blandinsville's native sons, who died Saturday morning at a hospital in Assiniboin, Saskatchewan, Canada....his death came as the result of an ulcerated tooth." FOSTER, John Robert (I1120)
 
110 "Funeral services will be held tomorrow at the Lewis funeral chapel at 7 p. m. Rev. Charles Baker will officiate, and cremation will take place at Forest Lawn crematory." MILLION, Stephen Douglas (I1840)
 
111 "Funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home. Burial in Foster's cemetery." GOOKINS, Perry C. (I1941)
 
112 "Funeral' services for Charles M. Murray, who died at 6:45 o'clock Tuesday evening of last week, were conducted at the home near Locust Hill at 2 o'clock last Thursday afternoon by the Rev. L. C. Mauck of Quincy, a former pastor at Novelty. Burial was in the Locust Hill cemetery." MURRAY, Charles Monroe (I1148)
 
113 "George J. Foster...died at his home southeast of town Monday night, at the age of 91 years 11 months and 15 days. He had undergone surgery for hernia about three weeks ago." FOSTER George Jerome (I716)
 
114 "Glode American" should read Globe American. Source (S14)
 
115 "Harriet Elizabeth Florence was born in Yates county, New York on January 22, 1847 and died at her home in Blandinsville, Ill, on July 6, 1923, aged 76 years, 6 months, and 14 days....About three years ago she suffered a stroke of apoplexy and has since been an invalid though able to walk about the house. But this summer she began to fail and on Friday she fell into her eternal sleep." FLORENCE, Harriet Elizabeth (I1794)
 
116 "He died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Swan, on Nov. 6, 1921, aged eighty-six years, five months and eighteen days." GRAFF, Teophiel (I1838)
 
117 "He married Christiana Conn in 1853..." Family: FIRESTONE, Peter D. / CONN, Christiana (F266)
 
118 "He was at work on a vessel running between Portland and Astoria. The cause of his death was an accident. He was loading salmon on the vessel going down the gang plank with several cases on a truck when the decline caused the truck to get the best of him and the salmon fell off catching him between it and the door jam crushing him badly. He was hurt Thursday afternoon Oct. 10 afternoon, October 10th, at about 2 o'clock and died Saturday 9:15. An operation was deemed necessary and performed but it was to no avail." The dates of Oct 10 for injury and Oct 12 for Arthur's death are clearly incorrect as his father W. H. Craig was informed of his death before Oct 9 (see news article above). His headstone states he died on Oct 5 consistent with the date reported in the Emporia Gazette article re Arthur's funeral following. CRAIG, Arthur W. (I1890)
 
119 "He was born at Stronghurst on Christmas day in 1904, the son of Arthur and Ellen
McKeown." 
McKEOWN, Norman A. (I1002)
 
120 "He was born here on March 24th, 1889...He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Foster, of this community, and he was born and grew to manhood in the Blandinsville vicinity." FOSTER, John Robert (I1120)
 
121 "He was born in Burlington, (likely supposed to read Burlingame) Kan., and came to Oklahoma City in 1914." MILLION, Rollin Roy (I1855)
 
122 "He was born July 11, 1851, in Illinois, a son of Rufus and Jane Botts." BOTTS, Henry Thomas (I799)
 
123 "He was married March 12, 1891 to Anna Catherine Burgess, who with the following children survives to mourn his death: Mrs. Alice Akers and Henry Foster of Blandinsville, Mrs. Elizabeth Marsden of Burnside, Mrs. Edna Logan of Adrian, and Irene Marian and Albert at home. Two children predeceased the father." Family: FOSTER Charles Edward / BERGES, Anna Catherine (F576)
 
124 "He was married on Feb. 15, 1880 to Maria Creasy, who preceded him in death." Family: FOSTER George Jerome / CREASEY, Mariah Adeline (F359)
 
125 "He was married to Ella Craig in Americus in 1908..." Family: WAGNER, Artimus Benjamin / CRAIG, Ella Mae (F601)
 
126 "He was united in marriage to Miss Emily Duroche (Durocher) on Jan. 14, 1856 and to this union were born nine children, four of whom died in infancy." Family: GRAFF, Teophiel / DUROCHER, Emily (F584)
 
127 "Henry Thomas Botts, one of the well known aged residents of Knox County, died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Homer Hunsaker, northwest of Novelty. Death was due to infirmities of old age, and he had been an invalid for four years." BOTTS, Henry Thomas (I799)
 
128 "Her body was laid to rest in the beautiful burying ground in the city of Waycross, Ga., Wednesday afternoon, April 12th, there to await the voice of the Son of God to rouse her from the tomb with sweet salvation in the sound." FISHER, Martha (I192)
 
129 "Her body, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Ella Graff, was taken, Saturday. to her old home at Burlingame where funeral services were held at 4:30 p. m. on
Sunday and she was laid to rest beside the grave of her first husband. All her children were present at the funeral except one." 
GIBSON Mary Ann (I306)
 
130 "Her funeral was held at the Gardner Funeral Home in White Salmon and interment was in Rose City Cemetery in Portland, Oregon."
 
MURRAY, Flora Ellen (I246)
 
131 "Her maiden name was Mary Amelia Fisher. She was married to S. D. Million January 28, 1882, at Burlingame, Kansas. She leaves a husband and four children, her mother, two sister and one brother." Family: MILLION, Stephen Douglas / FISHER Mary Amelia (F585)
 
132 "His body was removed to the home of his sister, Mrs. J. L. Page, at 412 Dallas avenue, where funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mark Collis will conduct the services, and burial will follow in the family lot in the Lexington cemetery." CORBIN, Noble T. (I2053)
 
133 "His health failing him in the last years, he was taken to the hospital in Jacksonville where he passed away." Presumably this hospital is the Central Hospital for the Insane in Jacksonville IL where Otis spent time off and on during his life. BISSELL, Otis George (I1800)
 
134 "In 1861 she was married to Chas, H. Collins." Family: COLLINS, Charles Harrison / BOTTS, Martha E. (F611)
 
135 "Jack, as he was commonly called, had lived all his life in this community. The son of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Foster, he was born on the farm near here an October 28, 1885." FOSTER, Wilbur (I1830)
 
136 "John F. Botts, former presiding judge of the Knox County Court, died at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon in a Kirksville hospital following an operation Monday morning." BOTTS, John Franklin (I803)
 
137 "John F. Wagner was born January 5, 1851 in Pennsylvania." WAGNER, John Fohl (I1933)
 
138 "John Franklin Botts. a son of Rufus and Jane Botts, pioneer Knox Countians. who entered government land here, was born Sept. 16, 1851, in the house which was his home his entire life except a year spent in Southwestern Kansas in 1887." BOTTS, John Franklin (I803)
 
139 "John Thomas Lockett, son of James Harvey and Mary Fisher Lockett was born August 4, 1851, about one mile north of Blandinsville." LOCKETT John Thomas (I813)
 
140 "Larned - Preston Dill. 67, of Larned, died at the Great Bend Hospital Wednesday." DILL, Archie Preston (I1906)
 
141 "Leantha D. Foster was born in Sturgis, Mich. October 1, 1844. When six years old came with her parents and settled southeast of Blandinsville. She lived here the remainder of her life with the exception of one year spent in Iowa."
 
FOSTER Leantha D. (I85)
 
142 "Margaret Elizabeth Davis, daughter of Abinthar and Eliza Young Davis was born at Thornton (Thorntown), Indiana March 28, 1842." DAVIS Margaret Elizabeth (I725)
 
143 "Marion Fisher, the sixteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mre. Joe Fisher who formerly lived north of town, died at their home in the McCutchecn property last Friday night. The boy was sick for several days with what was thought to be toneilitis but on Thursday symptoms of diphtheria were manifest. Anti-toxin was administered and in operation performed on the throat to relieve the difficult breathing. Death resulted at 10:30 p. m. after great suffering." FISHER, Marion G. (I1850)
 
144 "Martha E. Botts, daughter of Rufus and Jane Botts was born at MaComb, Illinois Dec. 25, 1842. In early childhood she moved with her parents to Knox Co., Mo." Is Jane was her actual mother's name or does it mistakenly refer to Martha's stepmother Jane (Fisher) Botts? BOTTS, Martha E. (I1164)
 
145 "Mary Ann Gibson was born February 22nd, 1827, at Shippensburg, Pennsylvania..." GIBSON Mary Ann (I306)
 
146 "Mary Ann Gibson...departed from this life on June 10, 1921, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ella Graff, of Turon, at the advanced age of ninety-four years, three months and eighteen days....Up to three weeks ago her health permitted her to be about the house but at that time she began to fail rapidly, and at 1:50 p. m. on Friday, June 10th, she passed quietly over to the better country."
 
GIBSON Mary Ann (I306)
 
147 "Mary Jane Foster, eldest daughter of Floyd and Lydia Watson Foster was born three miles southeast of Blandinsville, December 17, 1855." FOSTER Mary Jane (I711)
 
148 "Mary Jane Murray was born in Lee County, Iowa, March 6, 1848..." Yet another date that does not agree with her death certificate that states she was born Feb 6 1848. MURRAY, Mary Jane (I1962)
 
149 "Mary Jane Murray...died at her home in Locust Hill, Mo., October 17, 1924, age 76 years, 7 months and eleven days." Note her death certificate states she died Oct 16 at 6 pm. MURRAY, Mary Jane (I1962)
 
150 "Miss Alta Foster, 67, of near Blandinsville died last Thursday at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. She had been in the sanatorium since before Christmas." FOSTER, Alta (I1083)
 

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