Fisher Family Genealogy

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51 "During the greater part of the remainder of her life, she suffered from the infirmities of old age until June 22, 1937 when she passed to her reward." FOSTER Mary Jane (I711)
 
52 "Earlier in the summer she was very ill with malarial fever, but was slowly recovering, but twenty-four hours before her death she suddenly. took to her bed and rapidly failed until the end came." FISHER Mary Amelia (I308)
 
53 "Ed Brice of Bardolph and Ernest Bissell (should read Otis Bissell) of Blandinsville have been released from the insane asylum at Jacksonville on account of their improved condition." BISSELL, Otis George (I1800)
 
54 "Eda V. Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Craig, was born in this city March 16, 1895..." CRAIG, Eda V. (I1893)
 
55 "Eda V. Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Craig...departed this life Thursday morning, June 13th, at about 7 a. m. She was taken sick only the Sunday previous. While she was preparing for Sabbath School the first symptoms of the disease showed itself...The cause of death was impaction of the bowels." CRAIG, Eda V. (I1893)
 
56 "Edward Pearson, 64, died at Passavant hospital at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday after an extended illness." PEARSON, Edward (I1834)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: BISSELL, Edwin C. / HILTON, Opal (F563)
 
58 "Effie Jessie Fisher was born on a farm northwest of Burlingame May 15, 1902." FISHER, Effie Jessie (I1866)
 
59 "Elizabeth Wagner was born near Cameron, Mo., February 5, 1851. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Turner." TURNER, Elizabeth (I1937)
 
60 "Emma J. Fisher was born Westmoreland county, Pa., Oct. 28, 1854..."
FISHER Emma Jane (I309)
 
61 "Final rites are to be held at 1 p.m. Monday in Seattle's Bonney-Watson chapel, with burial, at Washelli cemetery." WOOD, John B. (I2036)
 
62 "Following his death, the body was brougnt to the Treuthart Funeral Home in Edina, from where it is to be taken this afternoon to the Botts home four and a half miles northwest of Novelty. Funeral services will be at at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Novelty Christian Church. Burial will be in the Novelty Cemetery." BOTTS, John Franklin (I803)
 
63 "Frank Stephens was born in London, England, June 18, 1870, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Stephens. He came to Canada with his parents when he was 16 months old, and moved to Emporia In 1913." STEPHENS, Frank George (I1915)
 
64 "Frank Stephens, who lived at 722 West Sixth, died this morning at 12:30 o'clock in St. Mary's hospital." STEPHENS, Frank George (I1915)
 
65 "Funeral at the Beckwith chapel here (Larned, KS) Friday afternoon." DILL, Archie Preston (I1906)
 
66 "Funeral from Leidner Chapel, 223 St. Louis Ave. Tues. Nov 18, 9 am to Corpus Christi Church. Internment Memorial Park Cemetery." MUELLER, Wilhelmine (I1792)
 
67 "Funeral from the residence Monday afternoon. Rev. T.A. Ball officiated." FISHER, Arthur M. (I75)
 
68 "Funeral services for Andrew J. Cowser, 28 South Congress St., who died Sunday in Newman Memorial County Hospital, were held Thursday afternoon in Roberts-Blue-Barnett Chapel, conducted by the Rev. E. A. Troyer, pastor of the First Church of God. Erwin Gile sang, accompanied by Mrs. Porter Clark. Pallbearers were Artie Wagner, Ralph E. Kahle, M. K. Cowser, Floyd Ragsdale, S. L. Self and J. I. Lightle. Burial was in Maplewood Cemetery." COWSER, Andrew Jesse (I1918)
 
69 "Funeral services for Artie B. Wagner...were held Friday afternoon at the Roberts-Blue chapel. The Rev. Marvin Allen, pastor of the Church of God, conducted the services. Mrs. Kenneth Smith and Mrs. Marvin Allen sang, accompanted by Mrs. Robert Plummer. Pallbearers were Lee Fowler. Oscar Moore, Mack Robinson, C. W. Wherer, Warren Bloom and Riley Russell. Burial was in Maplewood cemetery." WAGNER, Artimus Benjamin (I1927)
 
70 "Funeral services for Frank Stephens...will be held Monday afternoon at the Roberts-Blue chapel at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. LeRoy Hay, pastor of the First Christian church, wlil conduct the services. Burial will be in the Maplewood cemetery." STEPHENS, Frank George (I1915)
 
71 "Funeral services for McPherson Craig, Americus, who died Monday, were held Thursday afternoon in the Roberts-Blue-Barnett Chapel, conducted by the Rev. O. E. Howell, pastor of the Americus Free Miethodist Church. Denis Cowan sang, accompanied by Mrs. Robert Plummer. Pallbearers were Leonard E., Cleo C., and Artie Wagner, Glen E. Barrett and Howard and Sidney Self. Burial was in the Americus Cemetery." CRAIG, McPherson J. (I1887)
 
72 "Funeral services for Miss Della Ann Craig, who lived in Americus and who died In St. Mary's hospital Sunday morning, were held Wednesday afternoon in the Roberts-Blue chapel. The Rev. C. G. Williams, pastor of the Free Methodist church was in charge. He was assisted by the Rev. E. C. Lindley, Mrs. George Elliott and Mrs. O. H. Faulkner sang, accompanied Mrs. Glenn A. Blue. Pallbearers were Fred J. Barnes, Cleo C. Wagner, Ralph E. Kahle, Glenn Gunn, Clarence Morrison, and Artie Wagner. Burial was in the Americus cemetery." CRAIG, Della Ann (I1888)
 
73 "Funeral services for Miss Nancy M. "Nannie" Foster, 84, of Blandinsville were held at 2 p. m. Saturday in Jones Mortuary Chapel in Colchester with the Rev. Dale
Eddington officiating. Burial was in Foster (Blandinsville South) Cemetery." 
FOSTER, Nancy Mariah (I1082)
 
74 "Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Wagner...were held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Church of God. Rev. H. W. Morgan conducted the services. Internment was in Maplewood cemetery. Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Maine sang, accompanied by Miss Morgan. As requested by Mrs. Wagner before her death, Louise Smith sang a solo. Pallbearers were Ervin Waite, Ray Killion, G. G. Hollar, W. B. Harvey, Dwight Starkey, and W. L. Hopkins." TURNER, Elizabeth (I1937)
 
75 "Funeral services for Mrs. Fred K. Murray of 12 miles southwest of Edina and 2½ miles northeast of Locust Hill...were Friday afternoon at the Locust Hill Methodist
Church, conducted by the Rev. L. C. Mauck of Quincy. Burial was in the Locust Hill cemetery." 
BOWAN, Sally (I798)
 
76 "Funeral services for Rev. John F. Wager, retired United Brethren church minster, who died Wednesday night at his home, 217 Unlon were held Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, at the Church of God. Rev. H. W. Morgan officiated. Interment was in Maplewood cemetery. Pallbearers were Erwin Waite, Dwight Starkey, J. G. Hollar, Lester Grimmett, Roy Killion and Ivan Grimmett." WAGNER, John Fohl (I1933)
 
77 "Funeral services for the late Floyd Foster, who died at his home in Blandinsville Thursday noon at the age of 84 years, 6 months and 1 day, were held at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon from the Baptist church at Blandinsville, conducted by Rev. Chas. Van Dettum of Bushnell and Rev. D. E. Clayton of Blandinsville. Interment was in the Barclay cemetery." (Actually interned at South Cemetery, Blandinsville. Have never heard of South Cemetery referred to as Barclay Cemetery.) FOSTER Ruthwin Floyd (I89)
 
78 "Funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Methodist Church in Novelty by the Rev. L. P. Mohr, pastor. Burial was in the Novelty cemetery beside the grave of the husband, Oscar Murray, who died in December, 1915." HIGGS, Sarah Josephine (I790)
 
79 "Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31 at Sargent’s Chapel in Macomb. The Rey. Cecil Swindle officiated and burial was in Oakwood Cemetery
in Macomb." 
BISSELL, Blanche (I949)
 
80 "Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the Christian Church at Novelty, which Mrs. Lockett had been a member. Services were conducted by the Rev. J. H. Lane of Brashear. Burial was in the Novelty cemetery." AUSTIN, Rachel Alice (I1947)
 
81 "Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Friday at the chapel of the Jones Mortuary in Colchester. Burial was in Friendship Cemetery. The Rev. Ray Chalfant conducted the services." FISHER, Frederick Austin (I1812)
 
82 "Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Blandinsville Baptist Church with the Rev. Joseph Ferreira officiating. Burial was in Glade City Cemetery." BRITTON Fronie Ethel (I61)
 
83 "Funeral services were held at 2:30 p. m. at the Radden Funeral Home in Blandinsville Monday (Nov 28) afternoon. The Rev. Joseph Ferreira and the Rev.
John Keller conducted the services. Burial was in Glade City Cemetery." 
FISHER Martha Jane (I242)
 
84 "Funeral services were held at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, August 10 at Berea church, near Prentice, Ill..." FOSTER, Chlora May (I1118)
 
85 "Funeral services were held at Novelty conducted by her pastor, Rev. Bostick, assisted bv Rev. Hollowel in the Christian church at 11 a. m., Tuesday, after which the remains were followed to the cemetery and laid to rest by the side of her deceased husband, who preceded her more than 20 years ago." FISHER, Jane Iona (I191)
 
86 "Funeral services were held at the Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Wednesday with Rev. John R. Spillman officiating. Burial was in south cemetery near Blandinsville with the Walters funeral home in charge." WALTERS, Nancy Maleta (I171)
 
87 "Funeral services were held at the Baptist church on Sunday afternoon and were largely attended. Rev. H. P. Kelly officiated, and interment was in the Stronghurst cemetery." McKEOWN, Norman A. (I1002)
 
88 "Funeral services were held at the Baptist church on Sunday afternoon, with the Rev. E. L. Smart officiating, and interment was in the South cemetery." CREASEY, Mariah Adeline (I1081)
 
89 "Funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. Wm. Firestone Sunday the 21st at 10 o'clock and were conducted by Rev. C. E. Roberts. Interment was in the Mission Center Cemetery." FIRESTONE, Peter D. (I1870)
 
90 "Funeral services were held at the home on Wednesday. February 27, at 2.00 p.m., the Rev. Chas. Gray and Rev. Edward Hardy officiating and interment was in south cemetery." FISHER Charles H. (I78)
 
91 "Funeral services were held at the old home on Bainbridge island Tuesday." HOSKINSON, Stuart/Stewart F. (I807)
 
92 "Funeral services were held at the Roberts Funeral Home here on Saturday afternoon. Rev. Kelly and Rev, Powell officiated, and interment was in the South cemetery." FOSTER, Wilbur (I1830)
 
93 "Funeral services were held at the Roberts Funeral Home on Tuesday afternoon for Abraham Lincoln (Abe) Pensinger, one of the Blandinsville community's old and well-known residents, who passed away at his home a mile west of town Sunday. He had lived for 78 years, six months and three days, and death was the result of heart trouble and complications. He had been in poor health for the past several years." PENSINGER Abraham Lincoln (I139)
 
94 "Funeral services were held at the U. B. church in Penalosa at two o'clock Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Horner, and burial was in the cemetery at Lerado by the grave of his wife." GRAFF, Teophiel (I1838)
 
95 "Funeral services were held Friday at 3 p. m. at the Friendship Church. Internment was in Friendship Cemetery. The Colchester American Legion Post conducted services."  FISHER, Wilbur Roy (I1144)
 
96 "Funeral services were held in the Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, conducted by the Rev. J. W. Allen, pastor of the church." FLORENCE, Harriet Elizabeth (I1794)
 
97 "Funeral services were held in the M. E. Church at 2:00 p. m. on Saturday, May 5, the Rex L. Peterson officiating. The pallbearers were his six brothers-in-law George, Charles, Harry, Alfred and Ralph Foster and Harrison Robinson." LOCKETT John Thomas (I813)
 
98 "Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p. m. in the chapel of Jones' Mortuary in
Colchester. The Rev. John Keller officiated, and burial was in Foster Cemetery at Blandinsville, a part of the South Cemetery." 
FOSTER, Alta (I1083)
 
99 "Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church." FISHER, Effie Jessie (I1866)
 
100 "Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Sargents Funeral Home. Jack Beard officiated and burial was in the Oakwood Cemetery." BISSELL, Violet Irene (I950)
 

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