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37) Claire Hayes  Female
Location:
South Bend, Indiana Location
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Tuesday, 27 October 2009 04:23 PM Host: adsl-76-208-31-106.dsl.sbndin.sbcglobal.net Write a comment Send E-mail

Re: 1881 History of Marion & clinton County, Illinois.
The instructons are to contact Teresa Tully to find any further information about our ancestors if found in the book.
My ancestors are Henry Hummel and Carolina Griesbaum Hummel. Are they mentioned elsewhere in the book?

Thank you.

Frankie Heinzmann Tuesday, 27 October 2009 05:10 PM
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According to the index, Henry Hummel is mentioned on page 261 and along with Caroline on page 305.

The page 261 reference is online as part of the Looking Glass Township History: http://clinton.ilgenweb.net/patrons/lookingglass.htm

The page 305 entry is a table of "Partial List of Patrons" with the following information:

Looking Glass Twp, 1 North & 1 South, Range 5W

Name P. Office Resid. Occupation Nativity Settl'd
Hummel, Henry New Baden New Baden Store and Saloon Baden, Ger 72
Caroline Griesbaum " " Wife of Henry Hummel St. Clair Co. Ill. 72
36) ernestine folks  Female
Location:
shreveport,LA Location
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Thank you for allowing me to leave this nessage. I am a decendent of
Julia A Potts Traylor and David S.Traylor,both born around 1834
[my great grandparents] I never knew them. I have so many ???? The youmgest daughter, Louisa Alice Traylor,b.1861 or '62 was my grandmother, She married
Stranddes Shields om 1878, Then
Davis Arthur Vernon in 1882. Davis was my grandfather. I never knew them either.
I would love to contact ANY decendants of the POTTS, TRAYLOR, VERNON, SHEILDS,
or close friends of these decendants to
hear their stories or maybe see a Picture if any of them. i am 67. my father,Ernest Leon Vernon died in 1963
He necer talked about his past life.
Davis was a coal miner. He and Louisa migrated to Pittsburg,KS ,Louisa died in 1899;Davis died in 1903, leaving 4
living children. and 1 deceased infant.
Julia was there with Louisa. Julia, also, died in Pittsburg and
they are all buried in Mt, Olive cenetery
I have found some info on all of these fanilies whivh I will gladly share.
Sincerely, E folks, email: epofolks@aol.com
35) Robert Schroeder  Male
Location:
Springfield, Mo Location
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I am looking for information and photos of Frank Henry Schroeder or his son, Joseph Schroeder from Germantown, Il.
Frank immigrated to Germantown in 1832 and died in 1882. Joseph was born in Germantown in 1854 and died in 1942.
They are both my grandparents and the family does not have any photos of them.
Thank you
34) Sharon Monson  Female
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I am trying to located WHERE District No 68 in Clinton County would have been in 1850(from the census)? That is the only information I have for Sarah Coleman who died circa 1850-1856 there.

Sharon Monson

Dorothy Falk Tuesday, 22 September 2009 01:59 AM
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District 68 was all of Clinton County, so that's not to help you a bit. If you suspect her husband owned land there, please give us his first name and we'll see if anything shows up in a few months in a new data base that isn't created yet. See http://www.clinton.ilgenweb.net/cpg1419/thumbnails.php?album=90 which is not very easy to use at this point before an index is made.

PJ Stebbins Saturday, 15 October 2011 12:38 AM
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I believe that I am researching the same Sarah Coleman. Is there any way of contacting Sharon Monson to compare and share information?

Frankie Heinzmann Saturday, 15 October 2011 02:55 AM
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PJ -- click on the little envelope to the right of the line after Sharon's name (just right of the slkc.qwest.net). It should open a form to email directly to her.
33) GAIL M. BASS  Male
Location:
GREENVILLE, IL 62246 Location
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I am trying to find out anything I can about the first Bass of my family to move to this area. His name was Gilford (Guilford) Bass, Sr. He passed away in 1854. Married to Married to Mary Ann Procter. Sons- Gilford, Elijah, and Henry. I am a member of the Bond County Geneological Society so I have put in quite a bit of time on checking this out. The family was mostly in the Wheatfield Township area. I have found tombstones in Bond County in Wisetown, Greene, Campground (where son Henry is buried) and Mt. Auburn in Greenville. My grandfather was Roy Edger Bass and his father was Charles W. Bass, who was married to Susie Stubblefield. My grandfather and great grandfather had a farm right on the Clinton County/Bond County line north of Stooetown from, as for as I can tell, the 1880's until 1970. Any help you can give me on this would be much appreciated. I thank you in advance. Gilford was also in the war of 1812. Thank again, Gail M. Bass.
32) Charlotte Beard  Female
Location:
Quad City, Illinois Location
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I want to say a very special thank you to Penny Sanders. She has put a lot of work into this web site.
She is a very special lady who is also, my cousin. My mother was born and raised in Keyesport. My grandmother was a Sanders and my grandfather was an Elliott. This location holds a very special place in my heart.
31) Gerard Bruins  Male
Location:
Belgium Location
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I will thank you for the website you have make
I looking for famely "Bruns"in Germantown
I use them a lot
Special thanks for Cathy Rakers

Gerard Bruins
30) Helen Fiedler  Female
Location:
Belleville Location
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Hello,

Dorothy Falman and Frankie Heinzmann,
I want to congratulate you and say "Thanks" for all the many Clinton residents, families, extended families and friends that will be enjoying all your hard work, and also Carol Kohlbrecker.

I am a native of St. Rose, and my daughter, Lucy Moss, Aurora, IL, came across Frankie Klosterman's web site in her geneaology searches and on to your great info. Keep up the good job, and God Bless ! Sincerely Helen
29) Kris  Female
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Could you please send me an address or directions to Ebenezer Cemetery. I went to school with someone who is buried there. I would be coming from Hwy 50.
Thanks!

Frankie Heinzmann Wednesday, 15 July 2009 10:47 PM
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Kris - if you go to this link: http://clinton.ilgenweb.net/cemetery/map/

You can choose Ebenezer then on the left side, use the + button to zoom in.
28) Matt Anderson 
Location:
Homer Glen IL Location
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I was wondering if there were any civil war monuments in Clinton County. I am particularly interested in the 30th IL and if you are aware of any items/holdings I’d be very much interested.
Thank-you,
Matt Anderson
Homer Glen, IL
http://home.comcast.net/~30il/

Frankie (for Dorothy) Tuesday, 14 July 2009 11:02 PM
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Matt: I don’t remember any special Civil War monuments in the county. There is a monument for the later wars in front of the court house in Carlyle. https://www.clintonco.illinois.gov/Veteran's%20Memorial/VeteransMemorial.html



On any cemetery that Gloria and I have “read”, we have tried to annotate all the military tombstones. http://clinton.ilgenweb.net/cemetery/ There are also military monuments now in Breese and in Germantown (burials, not enlistments, I think), but I’m not sure if they include Civil War guys either. A photo of the Breese one is probably online.



We have an older recap of all the veterans we knew of at that time that are buried in the county, using the 1956 Veterans list as a starting point. http://clinton.ilgenweb.net/military/1956honor/



We are members, but not connected to, the Clinton County Historical Society. You can write to them and ask them if they have any holdings. https://www.clintonco.illinois.gov/Museum.html Or, you might call one of their members as listed on http://www.playandstaycarlyle.com/organizations.htm



I had heard that the engraved sword that was presented to Gen. Elias Smith Dennis (Carlyle resident) http://clinton.ilgenweb.net/military/1861civilwar/inf008.htm by his troops is in the Springfield Historical Museum. The workers there agreed it’s listed in their inventory but could not find it for us the one day we were there a few years ago (might be in the vault?). There might even be a second item there.



You could also subscribe to our County mailing list http://clinton.ilgenweb.net/misc/clintlist.html

and ask the same questions, perhaps someone else will have an idea or two. Then after awhile, unsubscribe.
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