WILLIAMSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS
(BRICK WALLS continued)
Jackson, Elizabeth Fulk Hilliard |
Kelley Family |
Kelly, Alexander |
Leach, Fount |
Mayes, Richard Alexander |
McArdle, Peter |
McCormick, Marion F. |
McCoy, George A. |
McFarlin Family |
McGowen, Alexander and Mary Polly |
Merrell. Lafayette |
Mollico, Lena (Russell) |
Moody, John Anderson |
Moore, Gladys |
Morgan, George H. |
Morris, Augusta S. |
Murray, George W. |
Parks, George |
Parris, Ferrell |
Pease, Francis Henry|
Pleasant/Glenn/Greathouse Families |
Phillips Family |
Phillips, Zelma Ellen |
Phillips, Calvin"Cad"Burnett and Louisa Chamness |
Pulliam, John Lester |
Raney Family |
Rhea, Robert M. |
Roberts Family |
Shaw, Colon |
Shelley, Eugene |
Sexton Family |
Short, Elisha F. |
Sisk, Henry Freeman |
Sizemore, Mary Jane Tennessee |
Smith Cemetery on Spillway Road |
Smith Family |
Stephens Family |
Summersett, Andrew |
Taylor, Samuel Family |
Tyner, Melvina Jane |
Vinson, Lorene and Carl |
Waldron, Noah |
Walker, Lum and Susan |
Walker Family |
Williamson, Bealuh |
Wilson, Allen H. and Myrtle Wilson Corder |
Adkins, Chitwood, Hahn, Phillips, Sexton, Smith FamiliesBack to Top
I am researching the ADKINS and SMITH. I am also trying to establish a connection to anyone
that knows anything at all about the CHITWOOD family that lived in Johnston City in the 1940's and 50's and possibly thereafter. I am
trying to connect them to the Scott County, TN Chitwoods. I am somehow related to them. I was born in Johnston City but moved
away in 1948 and have just moved back to this area. I have some information on the families that migrated from the Ky-Tennessee
border around Scott County, Tennessee to Williamson County in the early 20th century and I will gladly share information with
anyone. I have information on the PHILLIPS, HAHN's, SEXTON's and many other families that lived in the Ferges-Jeffrey area during the
war years that I will be glad to share.
Contact Edward Smith with any information.~8/20/02
Carter, George Riley and Zelma Ellen PhillipsBack to Top
Looking for marriage of Zelma Ellen PHILLIPS and George Riley CARTER. (My mother & father)
Believe married in Hurst. Believe by Rev. Sidwell?
1921 to 1927. Any info appreciated.
Contact Bob Carter with any information.~8/14/02
I am researching any information on Elizabeth FULK HILLIARD JACKSON. She and her first husband (Isaac Hilliard) were living in Massac County when he was killed in a steam sawmill explosion. She then moved with her children, including my great grandfather Thomas, to Williamson County in the Crab Orchard/ New Dennison Area. Her parents Andrew and Jane (Caplinger) Fulk were also living in the area. She remarried to T.B. Jackson in Williamson county. I have found her marriage records. She had several more children and is buried along with her husband in Shed (Mt. Pleasant) cemetery near Crab Orchard.
I would like to know when she died (she shares her husbands monument, his dates are listed but not hers). I would also like to know more of her background prior to 1863 when her husband died and she relocated. I would also like to contact any descendants that might have more informationBack to Top
Contact Denise (Hilliard) Peas with any information.~04/20/09
I'm looking for the relatives of George Jeter b. abt. 1851 from Marion, Williamson, IL. He was married to a Barbara Thetford b. abt.1864 IL. Their children were Sarah, Ada, Holida, Jessie, and Cloid. Barbara died before 1900. Holida b. 18 Oct. 18885 and died abt. 1910 in a mining accident in Sothern Illinois somewhere. George's father was from Kentucky and mother from Tennessee. Holida married Daisy Gertrude Hall and their children were Glen George Jeter and Versa E. b. Oct. 14, 1910 in Marion, Williamson, IL Glen married a Coulson and Versa married a McCormick. Versa lived in the Marion and Herrin area. Glen lived mostly in MI. Holida still has descendants in the area in West Frankfort, IL.
Contact D. Jeter Andrew with any information.~04/20/09
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Jenkins-KeelinBack to Top
My G-great-grandparents are said to be buried in Williamson Co., IL in a
cemetery named Old Brushy, in Harco. I can not find anything about this
cemetery and am wondering if I have the correct info.
John D. JENKINS - b. ca. 1828 in TN., d. June 21, 1866
Mary Ellen (WARD) JENKINS - b. January 23, 1830, d. January 10, 1883
Their son, My Great-grand-father, John A.Logan JENKINS married Lauretta
Jane KEELIN (KEELING/KEELINE) in ILL. and he is suppose to be buried in the
Somers Methodist Church Cemetery in Williamson Co.
A very nice lady did try to find the headstones for me but said there
were no headstones for JENKINS in that cemetery.
I would love to find the grave sites if possible for the above. Any
help or info on any of the above would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Rita DonCarlos with any information.~11/03/02
Kelley FamilyBack to Top
My brick wall is Iverson Kelley and his son Logan Kelley who both lived in Williamson co., IL after moving from McMinn
Co., TN. Logan died at an early age after having 2 children.
His date of death and burial location are a mystery. As for
Iverson, he lived on in Williamson co. until sometime after
1900, and his date of death and burial are also a mystery.
Any information that you may have to share regarding my
family would be appreciated.
Contact Jason with any information.~7/20/2006
Kelly, AlexanderBack to Top
My gg grandfather Alexander Kelly, b. 29 Dec 1821, in Scioto Co., OH, is my brick wall.
His first record of being in Williamson Co, IL is when he enlisted in the
Mexican War at Marion IL 28 May 1847. He married Mary Jenette "Polly"
Hinchcliff in 1849. They owned land in Carterville Twp. They had six
children (John J., William, Allen, Alfred, Alexander R., & Sarah Alice)
and moved to Texas Co., MO in late 1869 or early 1870. Alexander died in
Texas Co., 19 Jul 1885.
My brick wall is tracing Alexander Kelly back from Williamson Co., IL to
Scioto Co., OH to a father and mother. It is unknown if he moved to
Williamson Co. with his parents. Alexander's brother is believed to be
William Kelly, b 1826, OH, who also resided in Williamson Co., and died
there 11 Aug 1856. William was married first to Palina Ann Wiley and second to
Emily Sisney. Two other possible siblings are George and Arlene who were said
to have moved west with relatives after their mother died.
Contact Katherine Barber with any information.~8/26/02
My Grandfather was Fount Leach, married to Della." Possible maiden name Harper or Whitehead". Resided in Blairsville, Williamson Co. Illinois.
I am the son of their eldest son, "Monroe Frank Leach". (01-07-1916 thru 01-10-1996) Married Elaine Henricks of Camp Douglas Wis. (06-18-1949)Back to Top
Grandpa had brothers "Frank" married to Rose. They lived in Waukegan Ill. "Carl" married to Myrtle Murphy from Blairsville. Had a sister, "Jesse". Don't know much about her, except she lived in W. Frankfort Illinois. Harry and Claude are two of Grandpa's brothers that I have never heard of before this search.
My Dad is gone. I know his history and would like to know more about my Grandpa..
Contact Ron Leach with any information.~04/20/09
McArdle, PeterBack to Top
See Dunn, Thomas and Isabella
McFarlin FamilyBack to Top
Searching for McFARLIN family This is my brick wall. Any help greatly appreciated.
Contact Billie McFarlin Sheets with any information.~6/10/02
Marion F. McCormick, and wife Samantha (Cutler) McCormick. I am told they are in the Herrin city census 1910 ward 3, family 685. I can not find them. I am told of a fire at their Herrin home in 1911 and 2 or 3 children died in that fire. I can not find children's names. I know Samantha gave birth to son, Harvey McCormick, in Oct., 1911. Samantha died in late 1911. I can not find Samantha, Marion, or the children's graves. Marion died in Williamson county in 1942. Samantha is the daughter of Wheeler B. Cutler and wife Matilda(Martha) Cutler, buried in Campbell Cemetery near Hurst - Bush. Samantha was born in 1882 in Perry or Jackson county,IL. Wheeler was a Civil War vet Co F 142nd IN infantry. I have info on Cutlers, Griffins, Nausleys, Roberts, and Crews. mostly from Jackson county. Back to Top
Contact Stephen Cutler with any information.~04/20/2009
McGowen, Alexander and Mary PollyBack to Top
My name is Monte McGowen. 7th Generation from Alex & Mary. Alex died in 1851 in Williamson Co. Mary last appears on the 1850 census.
I think they might be buried in the OLD Creal Springs Cemetary, due to some of the other folks buried there. A son, Alfred (Alford). A neighbor Alexander WESTBROOK. There are no headstones for them though. I would appreciate any help with this entire family. I found a Caroline Lavinia who married a Wm. SCHAFER and a little on her. Also granddaughter, Mary Jane BROWN, buried in Davis Prairie.
Alex & Mary had the following children:
Elizabeth (Mary Janes mom)
Lewis ( whom I descend from)
Cynthia Emaline (particular interest as on Alex's sale bill, she got the family bible)
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Contact Monte McGowen with any information.~01/20/2006
Mallic, Lena (Russell)Back to Top
I am trying to verify my great grandmother's death.
Her name was Lena (RUSSELL) MOLLICO or MALLIC. She was taken to hospital in Herrin where she
died in 1928 or 1929 at age abt 33. Husband was Joseph.
Contact Lori McMillen
with any information.~3/27/03
Mayes, Richard AlexanderBack to Top
Hello, I recently found out exactly where my grandfather was born. It was there in your county in 1880. A couple months after the 1880 census. I'd only heard 'up in Illinois'. I'm in KY. His birthplace is Rock Creek, Ill. But I can't find anything on that name. Is it perhaps one of those small places that disappeared over time, or absorbed into a bigger place? If you wish to put this on your site here is the info:Richard Alexander Mayes b.September 12, 1880 Rock Creek, Williamson Cty, Illinois d.July 8, 1923Parents : Erastus 'Raz' Franklin Mayes & Sarah Elizabeth Chaney Mayes
Contact Ellen Smith
with any information.~06/15/2008
McCoy, George A.Back to Top
I am interested in any family descendants of George A. McCoy, born in Illinois in 1854. He lived all of his life in Williamson County, IL. He died in Johnston City, IL in 1929. He was married to Dosiah Childers.
Contact Barbara A. Little with any information.~3/3/07
Merrell, LafayetteBack to Top
I'm looking for death record of my ggrandfather Lafayette MERRELL died 1898. He really is my brick wall. There is a rare chance that he could be listed as Jonathon L. Merrell. I don't think he is because I believe Jonathon L. was a brother (3 years older than Lafayette) who died very young. It may be that Lafayette was named for the L. in Jonathon's name. Lafayette Merrell was born 1853 in TN (I do not know which county). I tried the Williamson Co. Courthouse and some books at WCHS when I was visiting Williamson Co. last year with no luck. He lived out in the country Thompsonville way and could possibly have been taken to Saline Co. before he died. Also Lafayett/Lafayette is what is on his tombstone. He died in 1898 in either Williamson or Saline Co., IL and is buried at Bethel Church, Williamson Co., IL. I do not know which month he died. He was married to Sarah S. SPRINGS Merrell.
Contact Donna Simons with any information.~6/10/02
Mize FamilyBack to Top
I am researching the MIZE family. If you run across anything, I really would appreciate it.
Contact Linda Beard with any information.~1/04/03
Mollico, Lena (Russell)Back to Top
I am trying to verify my great grandmother's death.
Her name was Lena (RUSSELL) MOLLICO or MALLIC. She was taken to hospital in Herrin where she
died in 1928 or 1929 at age abt 33. Husband was Joseph.
Contact Lori McMillen
with any information.~3/27/03
Moody, John AndersonBack to Top
Anderson MOODY b. Nov. 1842 [no day known] d. March 27, 1917 in Creal Springs, and buried in Creal Springs Cemetery, in Williamson, IL. John m. 1st. Elizabeth GRAHAM 11 Feb. 1864 in Carmi, White Co., IL. Two children were born to this union. Martha J. and Hannah Elizabeth Moody. Hannah is my grandmother. John m. 2rd. no children. John m. 3rd. Sarah A. SEELEY HARVEY Moody m. 30 Sept. 1888 in White Co., IL. Two children were born to this union. Lillie May/Mae Moody b. 24
April 1810 (sic) White Co., IL m. William Herbert NORWOOD 10 Feb. 1910 in St
Louis, Mo. Three children were born to this union 1st. John William B. 24 Dec. 1910. Family has not heard of this child, I can not find a death for him in Marion, Williamson Co., IL. 2rd. Lena May Norwood b. April 1912 in Marion, Williamson Co., IL. Who did she marry? I have no other data on Lena. 3rd. Elizabeth A. Norwood b. 23 Dec. 1923 in Marion, Williamson Co., IL. Who did she marry? I have no other data on her. Could she still be living? 2rd. John Anderson Moody Jr. b. 9 Oct. 1891 in White Co., IL m. Ada IRWIN/IRVIN 25 Nov. 1909. Did Ada die or were they divorced because John m. 2rd. Annie WILKIN no m. date but 1st. child b. Oct. 1917 in Benld, Macoupin Co. IL. I do have more info if anyone is working on this line I would like to exchange material. Is there anyone that can answer any of my questions?
Contact Violet E. Poland with any information.~7/1/02
Morgan, George H.Back to Top
I am researching my g-grandfather, George H. Morgan born about 1891. He was listed on the 1920 census in Carterville as a grocery salesman. He was married to Lottie Perryman. She died in Carterville on 2-2-24 and is buried at Hillcrest Cemetary. George Morgan is like a ghost. I cannot find anything else about him. They had three children, Bessie Pauline Morgan (my grandmother), Zola Irene Morgan, and Paul William Morgan. I have my grandmother's grade school diploma from 1924. Other than that I need help. I live in St. Peters, Missouri and have not been able to get to the area to research. If anyone has any information, I would appreciate hearing from you.
Contact Nancy Andert with any information.~04/08/07
Moore, GladysBack to Top
I am trying to locate any records related to my maternal grandmother, Gladys Moore of Marion, Illinois. She was born on November 19, 1899 in either Carterville or Marion. She had a bother, Cyrus Moore. She married James Oscar Grace in May, 1919 in Marion.
Contact Walkerstoo, Sue and Jeff with any information.~01/23/2006
Morris, Augusta S.Back to Top
I am trying to find my gr-grandfather, Augusta S. MORRIS. I know that he was born in Illinois. He is listed on the 1880 Census for Eight-Mile, Williamson Co., Il. It shows that his mother was M. B. Morris (divorced). Can anyone tell me what those initials stand for, and who was her husband? On the census, it shows Augusta as being 6 years of age which puts him being born @1874. Please Help!
Contact Cari Bennett Rowland with any information.~7/1/03
Murray, George W.Back to Top
My brick wall is George W. Murray supposed to have been born in Carterville abt 1858. On Dec. 31, 1888, in Jackson Co. He married Mary Theresa Held. Two daughters were born to them, Rae Amelia & Lillian Theresa. By 1902, Mary T is running a rooming house in St. Louis and is a widow. Any info on George's family, death, or birthplace would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Mary Lee Foley with any information.~1/20/2007
Parks, George Back to Top
Iím trying to find information for is George Parks who was married to Mary. They are listed on the 1790 Federal Census with children including Susan, age 10. I think this is the family I need more information on, however, thereís a gap in information. I canít find more information on those family members until 1900 when Susan was married to Edwin DORSETT and living in Texas (coincidentally Williamson County, Texas) where I still live. My mother knew her grandmother, Susan. The only specific information she knew about her though was that she was full blood Cherokee Indian. I was confused when I found them in the census because the family is shown to be farmers but then I found information that indicates the Cherokee Indians were in fact, farmers. I know that not all Cherokee Indians were removed to Oklahoma but I canít find information that explains why or who stayed. Also, the 30 year gap is a mystery. When did they leave Illinois and why; and where were they during the 30 year missing time frame? There are some ďParksĒ in the Indian rolls but without a little more information I canít tell which may be the ones Iím looking for.
Any help is appreciated.
Contact Robyn Loeve with any information.~6/12/05
Parris, FerrellBack to Top
(Query 1) My grandmother was raised in Williamson County and her parents lived there until their deaths. Her brother Ferrell Parris died there. I am still looking for an exact death date and an obituary for him. He alledgedly died
in a house fire. I don't know what happend to his wife and children but I would like to locate them.
(Query 2) I wonder if anyone has any information about the Crab Orchard Coal Company that was apparently in operation in June of 1917. My great grandfather stated that he was a mine manager for this company when he filed his draft registration for for WWI. Are there any records left for this company and if, by chance, there is a picture of him?
(Query 3) My grandmother must have gone to school in Herrin between 1910 and 1922. Are there any school records for Elizabeth Nola Parris? She was born in Dalton, KY in 1905. Her family moved to Herrin prior to the 1910 census. She lived in Herrin until after the 1920 census. She married in 1922.
(Query 4) My great grandfather, Robert Huston Parris, owned a coal mine. I would like to know if there is a will for his estate stating the name of the mine or its location. He died 10 APRIL 1963. He is buried in Herrin City Cemetery next to his first wife and youngest son.
Contact Patti Carpenter with any information.~7/7/05
Pease, Francis Henry Back to Top
I am looking for information on Francis Henry Pease, b. 12/09/1822 - d. 10/21/1851. He is buried in the Zion Cemetery in Corinth and was a doctor.
Contact Joanne Grauwen  with any information.~8/14/07
Looking for info about GEORGE PLEASANT & ELIZA GLENN. On their marriage license both say they are from Carbondale, Il. His age was 20 and Eliza was 16. They were married June 21, 1875, by Matthew WORTHEN, a Minister of the Gospel. They are listed in the 1880 Census, living in DeSoto.
| Name|| Rel. ||Mar'd? ||Sex ||Race ||Age || POB ||Job ||POB-Dad ||POB-Mom|| Geo. PLEASENT ||Self ||M || M ||W ||25 ||TN ||Farmer || TN ||TN
||Eliza PLEASENT ||Wife ||M || F ||W || 21 ||IL ||Keeping House ||--- ||---
|| Ella PLEASENT ||Dau ||S ||F ||W ||5M || IL ||~~ ||TN || IL
Source Information: Census Place, De Soto, Jackson, Illinois
What happened to Eliza & Ellen? If they died, where are they buried?
Is this the same George who married Winsey
Jane (WILLIAMS) GREATHOUSE in Williamson County, Sept., 1884?
Are there others searching for this family? Thank you for your time.
Contact Judy with any information.~6/20/04
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Phillips,Calvin"Cad"Burnett and Louisa Chamness Phillips.Back to Top
Phillips,Calvin"Cad"Burnett and Louisa Chamness Phillips were my great grandparents.Their daughter Sarah Lillian Phillips Stephens was my grandmother. I can't find any info on the Phillips side of the family beyond Calvin, such as his parents names. If anyone has any info it would be greatly appreciated. Please contact meContact Andrea with any information.~1/20/2007
Pulliam, John Lester.Back to Top
My father was John Lester Pulliam. Birth date was October 2, 1895. He was raised in the Carterville area. He died June 19th, 1978, in Herrin Hospital at the age of 82. My mother was Margaret May Tribbett Pulliam. Birth place was Macomb on April 10, 1916 and she died May 7th, 1998 in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. In reading "Bloody Williamson," I have seen mention of a Mack Pulliam and am wondering if he is any relation to my father's family. Any information would be appreciated. Contact Kristi H. Pulliam-Dalton with any information.~6/19/04
Raney, Family.Back to Top
I have copy of marriage license for my GGrandmother Martha Jane Raney ( Kaney). She married William T. Coffman ( Caughman) 11/8/1866, in Williamson County. Would like to find information on Mr. Raney and family that she was married to prior. Thanks.
Contact Oral & Olive Potts  with any information.~6/19/04
Rhea, Robert M.Back to Top
I am looking for a death or burial of Robert M Rhea from Blairsville and Marion in Williamson County circa 1888. My search has revealed he married in 1887 at the age of 63 (he was actually 70) and his bride, Julia Wright remarried in 1889. I am fairly certain he died in 1888.
Contact Dr. Marilyn S. Rhea  with any information.~4/03/2005
Roberts, CharlesBack to Top
I am looking for information on William Allen Roberts' father, Charles Roberts. William Allen brought his family from Tennessee in the 1820's. William was married to Nancy Taylor or Turner in 1825. William's son was Edwin Bush Roberts, my gggrandfather. I heard that somewhere in the family line is a Civil War vet named John Lander Roberts. I have also heard Charles Roberts William's father was a Revolutionary War vet (I don't know which side he was on cause I think he was born somewhere in Britain 1760). Any information to get me past this brick wall will be greatly appreciated. I just want to know who Charles Roberts was and where he came from.
Contact Michael Roberts  with any information.~7/13/2005
Shaw, ColonBack to Top
My great-great grandfather is listed in the 1850-1860 and 1880 Williamson County Illinois census. I would like to know if there is any information about his death and/or gravesite in Williamson County Illinois. His name is Colon SHAW. His wife's maiden name is Mary Jane GILL. I believe they may have married about 1850 in Illinois. Colon Shaw was born in 1812 in N. Carolina. I have found absolutely nothing after 1880. Can someone please supply me with any information available concerning my ancestor? I would be beyond grateful. I have come up empty handed with letters to the county court house. Thank you, thank you very much for your help.
Contact Janie Thompson  with any information.~6/15/2008
I am searching for a town or area by the name of Shreveport, Illinois. My great-grandfather's death certificate says he was born there, but I have not been able to find there was ever a town by that name. My ggrandfather's name was Eugene Shelley, born July 8, 1853, and I would really like to find some kind of record of his birth or of his father and mother's names. The nearest clue I have is that John Alexander, born at Shreveport, IL on 29 Dec 1821, moved his wife and children to Missouri in 1869 from Williamson County, IL. Hope you, or someone, can help me.Back to Top
Contact Virgie Toms  with any information.~4/18/2009
Short, Elisha F.Back to Top
My first "brick wall" is Elisha F. SHORT. In 1900 he, with his wife & children, were living in Herrins Prairie. By 1920 census, his wife was a widow. I can't locate him in the death index, so it appears that he died prior to 1916. I can't find anyone with the 1910 census to see if he was still alive or if he died prior to that census. His wife's name was Mary & in the 1920 census was living in W. Marion Precinct.
UPDATE:I am seeking the date of death/place of death and burial place of Elisha Farris Short. Date of death is "presumed" to be between
1904 and 1916; we know for certain that he was deceased by the time of the 1920 census. He was b. about 1858 in Franklin Co., IL; his spouse was
Mary Margaret Ann Webb. At the time of the 1900 census, they were living at Herrin's Prairie in Williamson Co and Elisha's occupation was listed
as coal miner although he had been a farmer. Elisha and his wife had several children: Everett; Elsie; Marion; Raymond; Roy; "Candy";
Leo. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Contact Carol Garbo  with any information.~3/12/2007
Sisk, Henry FreemanBack to Top
Henry Freeman Sisk lived in Marion from about 1900 until he died in 1941. He may have been a barber. He had four childdren - Charles Freeman (my husbands grandfather), Lulu, J. Edward and Aaron.The family moved to Marion from Saline County. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Contact Jill Bogner  with any information.~10/02/2007
Sizemore/ChewHERRIN ILLINOIS 1894-1936
WE ARE SEEKING GENEOLOGY INFORMATION AND/OR RECORDS OF THE FOLLOWING FAMILY MEMBERS:
I am researching on both sides of the family pre-1936
way back as far as I can. William Ira Sizemore, married to Nancy Chew,
grandparents. The Chews have a large family tree dating back to the
Jamestown, VA settlers and the Revolutionary War. I have more if you
I've just recently started my research. Then my mother, Mary Sizemore,
passed away in July and I have no more resourses for info than letters
pics dating back to the Civil War.
I found some old pics in Herrin in the 20's & 30's, too. I am trying to re-construct
Sizemore family while they were living in Herrin. My grandmother,
Chew, was born in Sato, IL just north of Ava where I used to spend
We stayed one summer in the "old one room school house" across from the
(cousin, Modgelin farm) where my great aunt used to teach in the early
1900's. Sato is gone now, I'm told. I know much of the info from 1936
they moved to Miami, from my mother, aunts and grandmother. Any
references will be greatly appreciated as I am just now getting into
Herrin history of the family. Thanking you in advance.
MARRIED JUNE 9, 1909
WILLIAM IRA SIZEMORE FEB.27, 1871-AUG 16, 1943
CERULEAN SPRINGS, CHRISTIAN CO., KY.
NANCY (CHEW) SIZEMORE JULY 24, 1880-DEC.31, 1964
SATO, JACKSON CO., ILLINOIS
CHILDREN: ALL BORN IN THE SAME HOUSE AT
317 SOUTH 19TH STREET, HERRIN, ILLINOIS. (1912-1921)
LA RUE ADOLPHUS SIZEMORE OCT.20, 1912-AUG.10, 1982
JANE ISABELLA SIZEMORE SEPT. 24, 1916-SEPT.15, 1997
WILMA IRA SIZEMORE JUN.14, 1919-SEPT.15, 1998
MARY ELIZEBETH SIZEMORE FEB.9, 1921-JUL.12. 2002
THE SIZEMORE FAMILY MOVED TO ANOTHER ADDRESS IN ENERGY, IL;
613 TAYLOR STREET, ENERGY, ILLINOIS (SEPTEMBER 27, 1928-OCTOBER, 1936)
THE SIZEMORE FAMILY RE-LOCATED TO MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER, 1936
THANK YOU, RICHARD A. BESOLA (SON OF MARY ELEZEBETH SIZEMORE)
Contact Richard A. Besola   with any information.~11/04/02
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Sizemore, Mary Jane TennesseeBack to Top
I am looking for information on Mary Jane Tennessee SIZEMORE. She was born in Illinois (not sure where) Mar 3, 1860. She married Asberry DUNN in 1874 in West Plains, Mo. Would appreciate any help with this. Thanks in advance.
Contact Vickie Saeger Underwood with any information.~07/12/03
Smith Cemetery on Spillway RoadBack to Top
I am David Smith, a descendant of the Smith's whose cemetery is on Spillway road. I am working to compile family history and I need help. I have analyzed census records and published records and find disconnects in some of the information.
For example, I have an article published in one of the local papers stating that the founder James Smith came from Virginia just ahead of the Civil War. The census records between 1820-1840 indicate that he was born in Illinois, 1821. Further investigation suggests that he might have been neighbor to John Smith who was indeed from Virginia and old enough to be his father. I think I may have even located John and his wife in Augusta county, Virginia.
However, I would like to try to firm up several of these linkages. I would like to find or publish the Smith history if it has not been done previously. The article I am referring to has no date was probably published in the 70's. It talks about a long standing tradition of Smith-Bulliner reunions each year? It talks of Miles Smith of Carterville. Because I am in Libertyville, IL, I need some help. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- James David Smith (father, deceased, Batavia, IL)
- James David 'Dave' Smith (grandfather, Spillway cemetery)
- W. Scott Smith (great-grandfather, Spillway cemetery)
- James Smith (great-great-grandfather 1821-1871, founder, Spillway cemetery)
- John Smith (????)
Contact David Smith(cell phone number available upon request to webmaster) with any information.~04/01/2007
Stephens FamilyBack to Top
Seeking information on Harold Ralph STEPHENS, born in Illinois and shown in 1920 in Herrin, Illinois. His father was Lewis Sampson STEPHENS. His mother may have been named Emma . Sisters: Dora, Velma, Martha, Pauline. Brother: Woodrow Wilson STEPHENS. Any help on this family would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Martha Jones   with any information.~08/20/2007
Summersett, AndrewBack to Top
Any information on Andrew Summersett, born 1857-1858.
Contact Jerry S.   with any information.~10/24/02
Samuel Taylor FamilyBack to Top
I'm looking for the family of Samuel TAYLOR b. 1834 IL m. 9 Dec. 1858 Jane WELTY b. 1842. Their children:
Mary b. 1862, Nancy b. 1863, Rosetta b. 1865, William b. 1867, Samuel Jr. b. 1870, Martha "Mattie" b. 11 Nov. 1872 in Creal Springs, Williamson Co. IL m. Charles Miles LAMPLEY Sr. 28 July 1891 in Creal Springs, Flora b. 1875, Merty b. 1879. I've found info on Jane Welty but I'm having trouble with Samuel Taylor . Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Contact K. Johns  with any information.~8/26/02
Tyner, Melvina JaneBack to Top
I have been searching for any information on Melvina Jane TYNER born around 1834 in Illinois. She married Timothy HARRIS of Tennessee in 1854 and the marriage took place in Williamson County. They had at least ten children from this marriage yet I have not been able to find who Melvina's parents were. If anyone can assist I would be very grateful!
Contact Sue Carta  with any information.~6/15/2008
I would like information on a marriage. Lorene and Carl VINSON from Herrin, Illinois, Williamson County. They are my biological grandparents. I did know meet them until I was grown and I do not know Lorene Vinson's maiden name. I only know she died 6 or 7 years ago and Carl died around 1990-92.Contact MAS224  with any information.~04/20/2009
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I am trying to locate information on a Noah WALDRON and his wife Bealuh
WILLIAMSON. They are not exactly a brickwall, but rather a small stumbling
block. They were Williamson county residents.Back to Top
Contact John Ruggeri with any information.~8/19/02
My grandfather's obit indicates he was born in Williamson County of Lum and Susan WALKER. He had brothers Elbert and Harry plus sisters Ida Walker COX and Laura Walker FURLOW. I would appreciate any info.
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Contact Michael Flack with any information.~11/22/02
I am researching my family line of WALKERs. My gggrt grandmother was Julia A. WALKER. She moved from Union County to Williamson County around 1870-1873. She lived in the Lake Creek township with her children, Wesley, Mary, and William. On December 9, 1877, she married a Joseph SANDERS and about a year later he died and was buried at "Sanders Farm". Wesley married Mary PETERSON and lived in Lake Creek. In the 1880 census, Julia and Mary were living in the same household. Next to them was William H. WALKER, his wife Elizabeth, and children Charley D., James R. and Eliza. On September 1881, Mary Ann married a James H. ALBRIGHT. On the marriage certificate Julia SANDERS' maiden was listed as GOINGS with a question mark beside it. I am attempting to find out what happened to Julia and what was her maiden name.Back to Top
Contact DANIEL MONROE with any information.~3/3/07
The Union soldier I am searching lived in Crab Orchard Precinct in 1880 and East Marion Township in 1910. Since I consult Heritage Quest through a local library for Census reports, its results are not always satisfactory. The soldier's name is Allen H. WILSON and he served in Company C, 31st Illinois Infantry. He had a daughter, Myrtle Wilson CORDER, who joined the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War in 1941, in San Diego. Her application says she was born in Crab Orchard, Ill. I think SSDI lists her death in San Bernardino, CA, January 23, 1968, at the age of 85. In one of your links I found that Allen H. Wilson died January 13, 1920 and is buried in East Marion Twp but I am unable to identify the specific cemetery where he might be buried. Back to Top
Contact HELEN BARBER with any information.~6/15/08
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