|Name||Age||Place of Birth > Place of Death||Newspaper||Publication Date||Submitter|
|LOCEY, A T||61||Clinton Co IL||CarlyleUB||18 Apr 1867||Linda Holthaus|
The Union Banner
Thursday, April 18, 1867 Page 4 Column 3
DIED At his residence, three miles southwest of Carlyle, Ill. , April the 18th, 1867, Mr. A. T. Locey, aged 61 years 1 month and 7 days. Mr. Locey was a native of Sullivan county, N. Y., he came to Illinois in 1830. Was married to his now bereaved companion in 1832. He was brought up in the Presbyterian Church, but connected himself with the M.E. Church in this State. His sickness was of several months continuance. When the hour of his departure arrived it found him prepared and willing to go. He only desired to live for the sake of his family. In death, through faith in the world's Redeemer, he could say, "All is well." "For me to die is gain". A large circle of friends mourn the loss of a good man. He was a good citizen; a kind father; and an affectionate husband. After lifes labors he sleeps well.
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