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Eliphalet Philbrook Munson1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #32026, b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Catherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)

SonInfant Munson
ChildInfant Munson
SonWilliam Theodore Munson+ (b. 11 November 1840, d. 22 May 1912)
SonDaniel Philbrook Munson+ (b. 1 August 1842, d. 19 May 1905)
DaughterMary Frances Munson+ (b. 2 January 1846, d. 24 April 1910)
DaughterLydia Ann Munson+ (b. 28 April 1848, d. 13 March 1917)
DaughterEdith M. Munson+ (b. October 1852)
DaughterElla Nora "Nora" Munson+ (b. 2 March 1855, d. 8 February 1919)
DaughterLouisa Catherine Munson+ (b. 7 October 1861, d. 3 March 1935)
DaughterE. Iola "Ola" Munson+ (b. 28 February 1862, d. 25 May 1906)

BASIC FACTS

Eliphalet Philbrook Munson was born on 11 June 1817 in Colchester, Chittenden Co., Vermont.1,8,9 He was born on 4 June 1819 in Vermont.3 He and Catherine Sanders were married on 16 January 1840 in Hancock Co., Illinois.1,3,10 He died on 9 May 1907, at age 89, in Industry Twp., McDonough Co., Illinois.1,3,9 He was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., Illinois.11
Eliphalet Philbrook Munson had reference number 32532. He was enumerated on the census in Schuyler County, Illinois (1850); McDonough County, Illinois (1860 - 1880, 1900.) He was a Tailor (1850); farmer (1860); stock dealer (1870); farmer (1880.)2,4,5,6 He resided in Moved to McDonough County in 1852.12

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Schuyler Citizen, June 15, 1859

We had the pleasure of visiting our former townsman, Mr. Eliphalet Munson, now of McDonough County - his farm, about 4 miles north of Doddsville has been drained by BLIND DITCHES.

FROM THE HISTORY OF TENNESSEE TOWNSHIP, McDONOUGH COUNTY, ILLINOIS

The Tennessee stoneware and tile works were erected in 1881, by Stoffer & Son, who conducted the business until October, 1883, when E. P. Munson purchased an interest in the concern, and the firm name was then changed to Stoffer & Company. In March, 1884, Mr. Munson purchased the interest of the Stoffers, since which time he has operated the institution alone. The workshop is about 20x60 feet in dimensions, with an L 40x40 feet, all of which is two stories high. Two 14 foot kilns are operated, which have a capacity of about 4,500 gallons each. They manufacture about two kilns per week, and when running at their full capacity, the works give employment to 12 or 14 men. In addition to the building already mentioned, there is a warehouse about 50x50 feet in ground area for the storage of the products of the works, which are operated principally for the manufacture of pottery. The clay is obtained at a bank owned by Mr. Munson, situated about two miles north of the village of Tennessee, which is of excellent quality. The products of this factory rank among the foremost of the country.
E. P. Munson, proprietor of the Tennessee stoneware and tile works, is a native of the state of Vermont, and was born on the 11th of June, 1817, his parents being Theodore and Lydia (Philbrook) Munson. He attended school in his native county, and when he had reached the age of 15 years, his parents removed to Schuyler county Illinois. There our subject made his home until March, 1853, when he came to McDonough county, and settled in Industry township, eight miles south of Macomb, and still owns 160 acres of the land on which he then settled. In 1883, Mr. Munson purchased an interest in the stoneware and tile works in Tennessee village, and in 1884 he became sole manager and proprietor of the same. He was married in Hancock county, Illinois, on the 16th day of January, 1840, to Catherine Sanders, a native of Beardstown, Cass county. They have had eight children: William T., who served three years in the Illinois cavalry. He was under Grant until the latter was called to the Potomac. He was hurt in the battle of Holly Springs, and was in numerous other battles; he now lives in Carroll county, Missouri. Daniel, now living in Sumner county, Kansas; Mary, living in Industry township; Lydia (Butcher) now in Carroll county, Missouri; Edith, now in Springfield, Illinois; Nora, living in Tennessee township; Louisa C., now married and lives in Chenoa, Illinois, and Iola, now living in Tennessee township.

OBITUARY

Eliphet P. Munson
. . . and most prominent person of this township died at 5:30 o'clock Thursday morning, May 9, of old age and complications at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. L. Kirkpatrick, living northwest of town. Funeral services were held at the Kirkpatrick residence Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock; interment in Camp Creek cemetery.
Eliphet P. Munson was born in the state of Vermont, June 11, 1817, his age being 89 years 10 months and 28 days. With his parents he removed to this state at the age of 15 years; locating in Schuyler county. There he lived until March, 1853, when he removed to this county, locating in this township, where he resided for many years. On Jan. 16, 1840 he married in Hancock county to Catherine Sanders, she having died a number of years ago.
For a number of years he followed farming but afterward engaged in the pottery business at Tennessee, taking possession of same in 1883 and conducting that business for some time. He was also engaged in the grocery business in Macomb at one time and also at Oregon, Ill. Of late years he was so feebled by advanced age and made his home with his different children. For some time he resided with his daughters in Houston, Texas, but his health becoming poor he returned to the home of his daughter in this township something over a ago where he remained until his death. Since May of last year he had been confined to his bed and his decline has been gradual. He bore the suffering of his last days with patience and fortitude, and with his death another old citizen passes to his reward.
He was the father of ten children of whom survive - Wm T., Tina, Mo.; Mrs. Mary Kirkpatrick, Industry township; Mrs. Lydia Ellis, Carroll county, Mo.; Mrs. Edith James, Beardstown; Mrs. Nora Clark and Mrs. Louise C. Franklin, both of Houston, Tex. Two children died in infancy and two - Daniel and Iola - since reaching their maturity.

GRAVE MARKER

LYDIA S. LYDIA
WIFE OF WIFE OF
Wm. SANDERS THEODORE MUNSON
BORN BORN
APRIL 4, 1796. APRIL 10, 1783.
DIED DIED
APRIL 14, 1866. MAY 14, 1866.

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E. P. Munson CATHARINE
BORN HIS WIFE
JUNE 11, 1817. BORN
DIED JAN. 22, 1821.
MAY 9, 1907. DIED
JAN. 28, 1866.
BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART
FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD

THEIR INFANT SON

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Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S18] 1850 Census, Illinois, Schuyler County
  3. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  4. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S144] 1870 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  6. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  7. [S457] 1900 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  8. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  9. [S5266] Genealogy prepared by Buelah May Dillingham (sent to me by Jack A. Downen)
  10. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  11. [S2817] Cemetery Records - Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., Illinois
  12. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick

Theodore Munson1,2

M, #32027
Pedigree Link

Family: Lydia Philbrook

SonEliphalet Philbrook Munson+ (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)

BASIC FACTS

Theodore Munson had reference number 32533.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973

Lydia Philbrook1,2

F, #32028
Pedigree Link

Family: Theodore Munson

SonEliphalet Philbrook Munson+ (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)

BASIC FACTS

Lydia Philbrook had reference number 32534.

GRAVE MARKER

LYDIA S. LYDIA
WIFE OF WIFE OF
Wm. SANDERS THEODORE MUNSON
BORN BORN
APRIL 4, 1796. APRIL 10, 1783.
DIED DIED
APRIL 14, 1866. MAY 14, 1866

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E. P. Munson CATHARINE
BORN HIS WIFE
JUNE 11, 1817. BORN
DIED JAN. 22, 1821.
MAY 9, 1907. DIED
JAN. 28, 1866.
BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART
FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD

THEIR INFANT SON

(back.)

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973

William Theodore Munson1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #32029, b. 11 November 1840, d. 22 May 1912

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: Nancy Alice Ogle (b. 25 May 1845, d. 27 March 1936)

SonCharles Wilford Munson+ (b. 25 March 1868, d. 3 March 1950)
DaughterFlora May Munson+ (b. 23 April 1870, d. 22 January 1956)
DaughterHarriet Francis "Hattie" Munson+ (b. 15 May 1872, d. 1 September 1940)
DaughterNora Catherine Munson+ (b. 7 April 1878, d. 11 April 1964)
DaughterLydia Jane "Dolly" Munson (b. 19 December 1879, d. 22 December 1904)

BASIC FACTS

William Theodore Munson was born on 11 November 1840 in Rushville, Schuyler Co., Illinois.8 He was born on 11 November 1840 in Pulaska, Hancock Co., Illinois.2,9 He and Nancy Alice Ogle were married on 22 January 1866 in Arcadia, Morgan Co., Illinois.9 He died on 22 May 1912, at age 71, in Tina, Carroll Co., Missouri.9 He was buried in Rock Branch Cemetery, Tina, Carroll Co., Missouri.9,10
William Theodore Munson had reference number 32535. He was enumerated on the census in Schuyler County, Illinois (1850); McDonough County, Illinois (1860, 1870); Carroll County, Missouri (1880, 1900, 1910.)9 He resided in Farm north of Tina, Carroll Co., Missouri (1883, ~1885, 1907, 1910.)11,12,13,14 He was Farming (1880); real estate agent (1900); real estate & insurance (death certificate.)5,7,10 Civil War, Company H, 2nd Illinois Cavelry; served three years in the Illinois cavalry. He was under Grant until the latter was called to the Potomac. He was hurt in the battle of Holly Springs, and was in numerous other battles.8

GRAVE MARKER

W. T. MUNSON
NOV. 11, 1840
MAY 22, 1912.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S18] 1850 Census, Illinois, Schuyler County
  3. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  4. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S310] 1880 Census, Missouri, Carroll County
  6. [S144] 1870 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  7. [S547] 1900 Census, Missouri, Carroll County
  8. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  9. [S6649] Genealogy prepared by mlr327 (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S3826] Death Certificate - William Theodore Munson
  11. [S9719] Obituary - Eliphalet Philbrook Munson
  12. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick
  13. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois
  14. [S9857] Obituary - Flora May (Munson) Fox

Daniel Philbrook Munson1,2,3,4,5

M, #32030, b. 1 August 1842, d. 19 May 1905

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: Mary Jane Vawter (b. 10 May 1855, d. 29 October 1924)

SonTheodore Munson (b. about 1873, d. before 1 January 1930)
DaughterLula Frances Munson+ (b. 3 November 1874, d. 29 November 1955)
DaughterGertrude Inez "Gertie" Munson+ (b. 1 September 1878, d. 5 September 1966)
DaughterDaisy Mae Munson (b. 24 July 1882, d. 17 June 1924)
DaughterForest Floe Munson (b. 25 September 1889, d. 20 April 1890)
DaughterBeulah Esther Munson (b. 17 December 1892, d. 11 September 1893)

BASIC FACTS

Daniel Philbrook Munson was born on 1 August 1842 in Rushville, Schuyler Co, Illinois.2,6,7 He and Mary Jane Vawter were married on 16 November 1870 in McDonough County, Illinois.8 He and Lillie L. Unknown were married about 1899.9 He and Catherine A. Unknown were married before March 1905. He died on 19 May 1905, at age 62, in Wellington, Sumner Co., Kansas.10,6,7 He was buried in Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington, Sumner Co., Kansas.
Daniel Philbrook Munson had reference number 32536. He was enumerated on the census in Schuyler County, Illinois (1850); McDonough County, Illinois (1860); Sumner County, Kansas (1880, 1885, 1900, 1905.)11 He was a Farmer (1880); feed store (1900.)12,9 He resided in Sumner Co., Kansas (~1885.)13

OBITUARY

Daniel came to Sumner County, KS from Rushville, Illinois in 1873. He worked on a farm south of Milan until 1899, then moved to Wellington to "engage in the flour and feed business." At his death his father and several brothers and sisters were still living in Illinois. He died of typhoid pneumonia. He was survived by his father E. P. Munson of Macomb, Illinois, then 88.

Note: It appears that Daniel, while still a young man, moved to McDonough County, Illinois with his parents. It was from McDonough County that he moved to Milan, Sumner County, Kansas. It looks like his move to Wellington, Sumner County, Kansas, was about the same time that he married Lillian Unknown. That may explain why Mary Jane Vawter does not have a stone next to his in Prairie Lawn Cemetery.

GRAVE MARKER

DANIEL P.
MUNSON
AUG. 1, 1842
MAY 19, 1905.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S18] 1850 Census, Illinois, Schuyler County
  3. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S290] 1880 Census, Kansas, Wilson County
  5. [S713] 1905 Census, Kansas, Sumner County
  6. [S5794] Genealogy prepared by fgerlach1 (Ancestry.com)
  7. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  9. [S520] 1900 Census, Kansas, Sumner County
  10. [S9719] Obituary - Eliphalet Philbrook Munson
  11. [S5323] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Daniel P. Munson File)
  12. [S289] 1880 Census, Kansas, Sumner County
  13. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

Lydia Ann Munson1,2,3,4,5

F, #32031, b. 28 April 1848, d. 13 March 1917

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: Joseph Milton Butcher (b. 19 July 1849, d. 1 October 1889)

SonEben William Butcher+ (b. 1 October 1869, d. 25 November 1959)
DaughterDella Butcher+ (b. 1 April 1872, d. 18 March 1926)
DaughterAmanda Butcher (b. 2 May 1873, d. 12 December 1877)
DaughterLela Butcher+ (b. 12 August 1876, d. 1965)
SonClyde Butcher (b. 22 December 1878, d. 3 September 1879)
DaughterOla Butcher+ (b. 9 December 1880, d. May 1963)
DaughterMildred "Millie" Butcher+ (b. 14 March 1883)

BASIC FACTS

Lydia Ann Munson was born on 25 February 1848 in Rushville, Schuyler Co., Illinois.2,6,7 She was born on 28 April 1848 in Rushville, Schuyler Co., Illinois.8 She and Joseph Milton Butcher were married on 24 November 1868 in McDonough County, Illinois.9 She and William Ellis were married on 17 November 1890 in Kendrick, Latah Co., Idaho.10,11,8 She and Olof Carleson Sederberg were married on 14 February 1911 in Monmouth, Warren Co., Illinois.8 She died on 13 March 1917, at age 68, in Highland Park, Wayne Co., Michigan.6,7 She died on 13 April 1917, at age 68, in Highland Park, Wayne Co., Michigan.8 She was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., Illinois.12
Lydia Ann Munson had reference number 32537. She was enumerated on the census in Schuyler County, Illinois (1850); McDonough County, Illinois (1860 - 1880); Warren County, Illinois (1900.)13 She was a Kept boarders (1900); cook - restaurant (1910.)5,14 She resided in Carroll Co., Missouri (bef. 1883); traveled with her family to Latah Co., Idaho (~1885); returned to Illinois (~1892); Monmouth, Warren Co., Illinois (1910.)15,14

It appears that Lydia Ann (Munson) Butcher and family moved to Latah County, Idaho around 1886-1888. In 1889, Lydia's husband, Joseph Milton Butcher, died. Joseph was the first burial in Gold Hill Cemetery; the land for the cemetery being donated by Lydia. Then, sometime around 1892-1893, Lydia, her second husband, William Ellis, Lydia's daughter, Della (Butcher) Dillingham (Della having married and divorced William Collin Dillingham), Della's daughter, Beulah May Dillingham, and Lydia's three unmarried daughters, Lela Butcher, Ola Butcher and Mildred "Millie" Butcher, all moved back to Illinois. Lydia's son, Eben William Butcher remained in Idaho.

GRAVE MARKER

SEDERBURG

LYDIA BUTCHER
SEDERBURG
1848 - 1917.


In the 1880 Census, Effie Griffith, age 12 is living with the family and listed as "taken to raise."

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S18] 1850 Census, Illinois, Schuyler County
  3. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S467] 1900 Census, Illinois, Warren County
  6. [S5980] Genealogy prepared by Jack A. Downen, jadownen (Ancestry.com)
  7. [S3906] Death Records - Michigan, "Michigan Deaths and Burials Index, 1867 - 1995" (Ancestry.com)
  8. [S5266] Genealogy prepared by Buelah May Dillingham (sent to me by Jack A. Downen)
  9. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  10. [S9719] Obituary - Eliphalet Philbrook Munson
  11. [S5293] Genealogy prepared by Carolcarroll41 (Ancestry.com)
  12. [S6045] Genealogy prepared by JaniceSchlueter63 (Ancestry.com)
  13. [S5351] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Lydia Ann Munson File)
  14. [S5327] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Eliphalet Philbrook Munson File)
  15. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

Joseph Milton Butcher1,2,3,4

M, #32032, b. 19 July 1849, d. 1 October 1889

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Lydia Ann Munson (b. 28 April 1848, d. 13 March 1917)

SonEben William Butcher+ (b. 1 October 1869, d. 25 November 1959)
DaughterDella Butcher+ (b. 1 April 1872, d. 18 March 1926)
DaughterAmanda Butcher (b. 2 May 1873, d. 12 December 1877)
DaughterLela Butcher+ (b. 12 August 1876, d. 1965)
SonClyde Butcher (b. 22 December 1878, d. 3 September 1879)
DaughterOla Butcher+ (b. 9 December 1880, d. May 1963)
DaughterMildred "Millie" Butcher+ (b. 14 March 1883)

BASIC FACTS

Joseph Milton Butcher was born on 19 July 1849 in Montgomery Co., Indiana.5,6 He and Lydia Ann Munson were married on 24 November 1868 in McDonough County, Illinois.7 He died on 1 October 1889, at age 40, in Cameron, Nez Perce Co., Idaho.8,6 He died on 1 October 1899, at age 50, in Cameron, Nez Perce Co., Idaho.5 He was buried in Gold Hill Cemetery (aka Cedar Ridge Cemetery), Kendrick, Latah Co., Idaho.6
Joseph Milton Butcher had reference number 32538. He was enumerated on the census in Montgomery County, Indiana (1850); Boone County, Indiana (1860); McDonough County, Illinois (1870, 1880.)9,10 He was a Farmer (1870, 1880.)3,10 He resided in Carroll Co., Missouri (bef. 1883); traveled with his family to Latah Co., Idaho (~1885); Moscow, Latah Co., Idaho (1886.)9

GRAVE MARKER

JOSEPH MILTON
BUTCHER
BORN
JULY 19th 1849
DIED
OCT 1st 1889
Aged 40 Years, 2 Mo.
and 13 days

His dearest ones lay near his heart
And nature seemed to bind
So strong it grieved him to depart
And leave us all behind.
My dearest husband thou are gone
And left me lonly [sic] here
My darling children faithful be
And we shall meet him there.

Note: A note on Find-A-Grave states that Lydia Ann (Munson) Butcher donated the land for Gold Hill Cemetery and her husband, Joseph Milton Butcher, was the first burial there.


In the 1880 Census, Effie Griffith, age 12 is living with the family and listed as "taken to raise."

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  3. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S5980] Genealogy prepared by Jack A. Downen, jadownen (Ancestry.com)
  5. [S5293] Genealogy prepared by Carolcarroll41 (Ancestry.com)
  6. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  7. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  8. [S5266] Genealogy prepared by Buelah May Dillingham (sent to me by Jack A. Downen)
  9. [S5351] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Lydia Ann Munson File)
  10. [S5327] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Eliphalet Philbrook Munson File)

Edith M. Munson1,2,3,4,5,6

F, #32033, b. October 1852

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: Arthur Edwin "Ed" James (b. 2 September 1851, d. 8 February 1928)

DaughterHarriet A. James+ (b. October 1872, d. 31 October 1958)
SonRoy L. James (b. November 1880)

BASIC FACTS

Edith M. Munson was born in October 1852 in Illinois.3,5 She and Arthur Edwin "Ed" James were married on 10 January 1872 in McDonough Co., Illinois.2
Edith M. Munson had reference number 32539. She was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1860); Montgomery County, Iowa (1880); Cass County, Illinois (1900, 1910.) She resided in Springfield, Sangamon Co., llinois (~1885); Beardstown, Cass Co., Illinois (1910.)7,8

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  3. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S769] 1910 Census, Illinois, Cass County
  5. [S442] 1900 Census, Illinois, Cass County
  6. [S280] 1880 Census, Iowa, Montgomery County
  7. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick
  8. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

Louisa Catherine Munson1,2,3,4,5,6,7

F, #32034, b. 7 October 1861, d. 3 March 1935

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: Harrison "Harry" Franklin (b. 19 September 1860, d. 31 October 1949)

DaughterPearl Franklin+ (b. 24 September 1883, d. 15 January 1974)

BASIC FACTS

Louisa Catherine Munson was born in November 1857 in Illinois.2 She was born on 7 October 1861 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.8,9 She was born in November 1862 in Illinois.7 She and Harrison "Harry" Franklin were married on 25 October 1881 in McDonough County, Illinois.10 She died on 3 March 1935, at age 73, in Houston, Harris Co., Texas.11,12 She was buried in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas.8
Louisa Catherine Munson had reference number 32540. She was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1860 - 1880); Page County, Iowa (1900); Harris County, Texas (1910 - 1930.) She resided in Chenoa, McLean Co., Illinois (~1885); Houston, Harris Co., Texas (1910.)13,14

GRAVE MARKER

FRANKLIN
HARRISON LOUISA

(large upright marker)

LOUISA C. FRANKLIN
OCT. 7, 1861
MAR. 3, 1935.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S144] 1870 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S1947] 1930 Census, Texas, Harris County
  6. [S1027] 1910 Census, Texas, Harris County
  7. [S498] 1900 Census, Iowa, Page County
  8. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  9. [S3266] Death Certificate - CLouisa Catherine (Munson) Franklin
  10. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  11. [S6921] Genealogy prepared by RLB4472 (Ancestry.com)
  12. [S3928] Death Records - Texas, Texas Death Index (1903 - 2000) (Ancestry.com)
  13. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick
  14. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

Harrison "Harry" Franklin1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #32035, b. 19 September 1860, d. 31 October 1949

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Louisa Catherine Munson (b. 7 October 1861, d. 3 March 1935)

DaughterPearl Franklin+ (b. 24 September 1883, d. 15 January 1974)

BASIC FACTS

Harrison "Harry" Franklin was born on 19 September 1860 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.6,7 He was born in 1862 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.3 He and Louisa Catherine Munson were married on 25 October 1881 in McDonough County, Illinois.2 He died on 31 October 1949, at age 89, in Harris Co., Texas.7 He was buried in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas.8,7
Harrison "Harry" Franklin had reference number 32541. He was enumerated on the census in McDonough Co., Illinois (1870, 1880); Page County, Iowa (1900); Harris County, Texas (1910 - 1940.)3 He was a Jewelry man (1900); salesman - real estate (1910, 1930); salesman - own real estate (1940.)4,5,6

There may be some confusion about the parents of Harrison Franklin. There was a William Harrison Franklin (1858, Clinton, Dewitt Co., Illinois - 1934, Clinton, Dewitt Co., Illinois) that is also supposed to be the son of William Harrison Franklin and Mariah Jane Clarke.

GRAVE MARKER

FRANKLIN
HARRISON LOUISA

(large upright marker)

HARRISON FRANKLIN
SEPT. 19, 1860
OCT. 31, 1949.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  3. [S6921] Genealogy prepared by RLB4472 (Ancestry.com)
  4. [S1947] 1930 Census, Texas, Harris County
  5. [S1027] 1910 Census, Texas, Harris County
  6. [S498] 1900 Census, Iowa, Page County
  7. [S3395] Death Certificate - Harrison "Harry" Franklin
  8. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Mary Frances Munson1,2,3,4,5

F, #32036, b. 2 January 1846, d. 24 April 1910

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: John Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr., (b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909)

DaughterCatherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick+ (b. 26 June 1868, d. 14 February 1893)
SonGeorge Melvin Kirkpatrick+ (b. 23 October 1869, d. 4 May 1950)
SonJames Garfield Kirkpatrick+ (b. 26 December 1879, d. 29 November 1966)

BASIC FACTS

Mary Frances Munson was born on 2 January 1846 in Rushville Schuyler Co., Illinois.1,2,3 She was born on 26 January 1846 in Rushville Schuyler Co., Illinois.6 She and John Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr., were married on 15 September 1867 in McDonough Co., Illinois.7,6 She died on 24 April 1910, at age 64, in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.2,3,6 She was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., Illinois.8
Mary Frances Munson had reference number 32542. She was enumerated on the census in Schuyler County, Illinois (1850); McDonough County, Illinois (1860, 1880.) She resided in Moved to McDonough County in 1852; Industry Twp., McDonough Co., Illinois (~1885.)9,10

OBITUARY

Kirkpatrick
Mary F. Kirkpatrick of 335 South Lafayette street, Macomb, died Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock of tuberculosis, aged 64 years, 3 months and 22 days. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Ebenezer church, Rev. Thompson officiating. Interment in Camp Creek cemetery.
Mary F. Munson was born in Rushville, Schuyler county, Jan. 2, 1846, and moved to McDonough county in 1852 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Munson, deceased. Here she grew to womanhood and on Sept. 15, 1867, she was united in marriage with John L. Kirkpatrick, who died quite suddenly last October. They located on a farm northwest of town, and there she spent most of her life, devoted to her home and family. She was a life-long member of the Presbyterian church and was faithful in her duties as a christian. They remained on the farm until 1908, when they moved to Macomb, where she has since resided. She was a woman who had many friends and was esteemed by all who knew her.
She is survived by two children - George of Industry township and James of Bethel township. She also leaves on brother, W. T. Munson of Tina, Mo., and four sisters - Mrs. Ed James of Beardstown, Mrs. Lydia Ellis of Monmouth, Mrs. Nora Clark and Mrs. Harry Franklin of Austin, Texas.

Note: Nora and Louisa lived in Houston, not Austin Texas.

GRAVE MARKER

KIRKPATRICK

FATHER MOTHER
JOHN L. MARY F. MUNSON
KIRKPATRICK HIS WIFE
MAY 27, 1841 JAN. 2, 1846
OCT. 5, 1909 APR. 24, 1910.

Citations

  1. [S18] 1850 Census, Illinois, Schuyler County
  2. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  3. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  4. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  6. [S6825] Genealogy prepared by Prpletr Beeston (email address)
  7. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  8. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  9. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick
  10. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

Ella Nora "Nora" Munson1,2,3,4,5,6

F, #32037, b. 2 March 1855, d. 8 February 1919

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: William Albert "Joe" Clark (b. 25 January 1857, d. 17 February 1928)

DaughterForrest Gay "Florence" Clark+ (b. 5 October 1885, d. 26 January 1919)
DaughterJosephine Clark (b. before 1900, d. before 1910)
DaughterHortense Clark (b. before 1900, d. before 1910)

BASIC FACTS

Ella Nora "Nora" Munson was born on 2 March 1855 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.1,2,7 She and William Albert "Joe" Clark were married on 1 January 1880 in McDonough Co., Illinois.8 She died on 8 February 1919, at age 63, in Houston, Harris Co., Texas.1,9 She was buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas (Sylvan Dell, Lot 55, Grave 4, unmarked.)7
Ella Nora "Nora" Munson had reference number 32543. She was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1860 - 1880, 1900); Travis County, Texas (1910.) She resided in Tennessee Twp., McDonough Co., Illinois (~1885); Houston, Harris Co., Texas (1910.)10,11 She was a Nurse.7

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S73] 1860 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S144] 1870 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S457] 1900 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  6. [S1036] 1910 Census, Texas, Travis County
  7. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  9. [S3928] Death Records - Texas, Texas Death Index (1903 - 2000) (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick
  11. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

E. Iola "Ola" Munson1,2,3,4,5

F, #32038, b. 28 February 1862, d. 25 May 1906

Parents

FatherEliphalet Philbrook Munson (b. 11 June 1817, d. 9 May 1907)
MotherCatherine Sanders (b. 22 January 1821, d. 28 January 1866)
Pedigree Link

Family: George Henry Brines (b. 4 November 1854, d. 4 October 1918)

DaughterLiving Brines-Clark+
SonHarry Munson Brines (b. 13 March 1891, d. 6 January 1955)
SonCarl Manford Brines+ (b. 20 December 1894)
DaughterHelen Brines (b. 1900)

BASIC FACTS

E. Iola "Ola" Munson was born on 28 February 1862 in Illinois.2,6 She and George Henry Brines were married on 1 February 1883 in Cass Co., Illinois.7,8 She died on 25 May 1906, at age 44, in Attica, Harper Co., Kansas.9,6,10 She was buried in Attica Cemetery, Attica, Harper Co., Kansas.6
E. Iola "Ola" Munson had reference number 32544. She was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1870, 1880); Dickenson County, Kansas (1895); Lyon County, Kansas (1905.) She resided in Tennessee Twp., McDonough Co., Illinois (~1885.)11

Iola appears twice in the 1870 Census, once with her parents and once living with her sister, Lydia Ann (Munson) Butcher and her family.
Iola is listed as E. O. Brines in the 1905 Census and in the newspaper article about the liquor raid (see notes for George Henry Brines).

GRAVE MARKER

BRINES

IOLA
WIFE OF
G. H. BRINES
BORN
Feb. 28, 1862
DIED
May 25, 1906.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S144] 1870 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S707] 1905 Census, Kansas, Lyon County
  5. [S392] 1895 Census, Kansas, Dickenson County
  6. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  7. [S4324] Email from Don Boyd dated 14 Mar 2016
  8. [S8717] Marriage Records - Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860 - 1920 (Ancestry.com)
  9. [S9719] Obituary - Eliphalet Philbrook Munson
  10. [S4474] Email from Jonathan Brines dated March 11, 2015
  11. [S8305] History of McDonough Co., Illinois, 1885, Continental Historical Company, Springfield, Illinois

John Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr.1,2,3

M, #32039, b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909

Parents

FatherJohn Lane Kirkpatrick (b. 1 December 1799, d. 1 February 1869)
MotherCatherine "Matilda" Sims (b. 1804, d. 8 January 1877)
Pedigree Link

Family: Mary Frances Munson (b. 2 January 1846, d. 24 April 1910)

DaughterCatherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick+ (b. 26 June 1868, d. 14 February 1893)
SonGeorge Melvin Kirkpatrick+ (b. 23 October 1869, d. 4 May 1950)
SonJames Garfield Kirkpatrick+ (b. 26 December 1879, d. 29 November 1966)

BASIC FACTS

John Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr., was born on 27 May 1841 in Morgan Co., Illinois.2 He and Mary Frances Munson were married on 15 September 1867 in McDonough Co., Illinois.4,5 He died on 5 October 1909, at age 68, in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.2,6 He was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonogh Co., Illinois.7
John Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr., had reference number 32545. He was a Farmer (1880, 1900.)3,6 He was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1880, 1900.)6 In June of 1860, John had his left arm amputated after being wounded by a gunshot.8

From John P. Kirkpatrick
This man was the seventh of eleven children and he lived on the paternal farm until his father's death. He was born 27 May 1841 in Morgan County, Illinois, and died 5 October 1909, Macomb, Illinois. He is buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough County, Illinois. On reaching manhood, he bought 160 acres of the homestead and commenced general farming, stock-raising and feeding. This farm was in McDonough County, Illinois.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was married 15 September 1867 in McDonough County, Illinois, to Mary Frances Munson. She was born 26 January 1846 in Rushville, Schuyler
County, Illinois, and died 24 April 1910 in Macomb, Illinois. She is also buried in
Camp Creek Cemetery in McDonough County. Her parents were Eliphelet Philbrook
and Catherine (Sanders) Munson. Eliphelet was born 11 Jun 1817 in Colchester
Vermont. Catherine, his wife was born 22 January in 1821 in Maryland.
John Lane Kirkpatrick's mother, Catherine Matilda (Sims) Kirkpatrick, lived with him on his farm until her death on 8 January 1877. Kirkpatrick improved the farm,
enlarging it to 360 acres, including 120 acres of timber and pasture land in Bethel
and Industry Townships. On 2 Jun 1860, John Lane Kirkpatrick met with a very
serious accident. He had gone hunting with friends and they had all stopped to rest.
He momentarily leaned on the barrel of the shot gun and it accidentally discharged.
The gun blast necessitated the amputation of his left arm about four inches above his
elbow. He continued to farm after the amputation. He was a Republican in politics
and a Presbyterian in religion.
There were three children born of the marriage.
On the 1880 Census of Industry, McDonough Co., Illinois John appears with his wife, Mary, children Catherine, George and James. His nephews Pary [Perry] and
Benjamin and niece Hariet M. are also in the household.
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Note From Kirkpatrick Pennington of Arkansas in his email dated 5 Jul 2003:
"George Melvin Kirkpatricks' birthplace, 1869, McDonough County, IL. (Ref. Photo of homestead)
I am unsure if it still exists in this form. George was the son of John Lane, Jr, who lost an arm in a hunting accident in 1861, just before the surrender of Fort Sumter, and as a result, never served in the Union Army, though his brother and cousins did do so."

OBITUARY

John L. Kirkpatrick, one of McDonough county's most respected citizens, died suddenly at his home in Macomb Tuesday morning at 10:40 o'clock, aged 67 years, 4 months and 8 days. Funeral services will be held at Ebenezer church today at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Thompson of Macomb. Interment in the Camp Creek cemetery.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was for many years engaged in farming six miles northwest of Industry. About a year ago he sold his farm to his son, George, and moved to Macomb.
His death was sudden and unexpected, and is a severe shock to his wife, who has been delicate health for several years. He was taken sick with what was diagnosed as a case of indigestion. While quite sick he was able to be around and Monday afternoon went up town. In the evening, when he returned home, he did not feel so well and at about 7 o'clock a physician was summoned, who pronounced the ailment indigestion. Tuesday morning he was up and around the house a little, but was not feeling very well. About 10:30 he was sitting in a chair and his sister-in-law, Mrs. William Munson of Tina, Mo., who is visiting with him, gave him his medicine. His wife had a short time previous, while he was walking around the room advised him to lie down but he only laughed and said he felt all right. Mrs. Munson gave him his medicine and then steped out of the room. He was sitting in the chair and she noticed nothing pecular about him, but he said nothing to her. She started up stairs when Mrs Kirkpatrick called to her that she heard her husband make a pecular noise. She hurried to him and while he was sitting in his chair, his head had dropped and an examin- [some text missing here] physician was summoned and he arrived in a very few moments but life was extinct. It is supposed that indigestion was complicated with heart trouble, this being hereditary in the family, caused his death.
Deceased was born in Morgan county, near Concord, where he grew to manhood. He moved to this county in 1864 and on Sept. 15, 1867, was united in marriage with Miss Mary Munson, who survives him.
Most of his life was spent in farming. When a young man he met with an accident while hunting which resulted in the loss of one arm, near the elbow, but with this handicap he pushed ahead the harder and made a success of his work. He devoted his time to farming and stock raising and by careful attention to his business prospered. He was an earnest, christian man, square in his dealings with his fellow man.
He leaves besides his wife, two sons - George of Industry township and James G. of Bethel township. He leaves also one sister, Mrs. Charles Munson of Macomb.

and highly respected by all who knew him. A kind and loving father and husband, a true friend and neighbor, his loss will be felt by his family and his friends.

GRAVE MARKER

KIRKPATRICK

FATHER MOTHER
JOHN L. MARY F. MUNSON
KIRKPATRICK HIS WIFE
MAY 27, 1841 JAN. 2, 1846
OCT. 5, 1909 APR. 24, 1910.

Citations

  1. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  2. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  3. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  5. [S6825] Genealogy prepared by Prpletr Beeston (email address)
  6. [S5608] Genealogy prepared by Dennis W. Brumm (website)
  7. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  8. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

John Lane Kirkpatrick1,2

M, #32040, b. 1 December 1799, d. 1 February 1869
Pedigree Link

Family: Catherine "Matilda" Sims (b. 1804, d. 8 January 1877)

SonJames S. Kirkpatrick+ (b. about 1835, d. 23 July 1875)
SonJohn Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr.+ (b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909)

BASIC FACTS

John Lane Kirkpatrick was born on 1 December 1799 in Georgia.2,3 He and Catherine "Matilda" Sims were married on 28 December 1824 in Sangamon Co., Illinois.2 He died on 1 February 1869, at age 69, in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.2 He was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.2
John Lane Kirkpatrick had reference number 32546.

Citations

  1. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  2. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  3. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County

Catherine "Matilda" Sims1,2

F, #32041, b. 1804, d. 8 January 1877
Pedigree Link

Family: John Lane Kirkpatrick (b. 1 December 1799, d. 1 February 1869)

SonJames S. Kirkpatrick+ (b. about 1835, d. 23 July 1875)
SonJohn Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr.+ (b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909)

BASIC FACTS

Catherine "Matilda" Sims was born in 1804 in South Carolina.2,3 She and John Lane Kirkpatrick were married on 28 December 1824 in Sangamon Co., Illinois.2 She died on 8 January 1877, at age ~73, in McDonough Co., Illinois.2
Catherine "Matilda" Sims had reference number 32547.

Citations

  1. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  2. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  3. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County

Mary Jane Vawter1,2

F, #32042, b. 10 May 1855, d. 29 October 1924

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Daniel Philbrook Munson (b. 1 August 1842, d. 19 May 1905)

SonTheodore Munson (b. about 1873, d. before 1 January 1930)
DaughterLula Frances Munson+ (b. 3 November 1874, d. 29 November 1955)
DaughterGertrude Inez "Gertie" Munson+ (b. 1 September 1878, d. 5 September 1966)
DaughterDaisy Mae Munson (b. 24 July 1882, d. 17 June 1924)
DaughterForest Floe Munson (b. 25 September 1889, d. 20 April 1890)
DaughterBeulah Esther Munson (b. 17 December 1892, d. 11 September 1893)

BASIC FACTS

Mary Jane Vawter was born on 10 May 1855 in North Carolina.2,3 She and Daniel Philbrook Munson were married on 16 November 1870 in McDonough County, Illinois.1 She died on 29 October 1924, at age 69, in Kansas.4,5
Mary Jane Vawter had reference number 32548. She was enumerated on the census in Knox County, Illinois (1860); McDonough Co., Illinois (1870); Sumner County, Kansas (1880, 1885); Labette County, Kansas (1900); Sumner County, Kansas (1920.) She resided in Wichita, Sedgwick Co., Kansas (1896.)6

Missouri Marriage Records and census records show that Mary married Thomas Alexander Fite after her divorce from Daniel P. Munson.

Citations

  1. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  2. [S289] 1880 Census, Kansas, Sumner County
  3. [S5323] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Daniel P. Munson File)
  4. [S12042] STOKES COUNTY, NC - LETTERS - Emma C. Rector Letters about VAWTER Family;
  5. [S5026] Genealogy prepared by aemeburke (Ancestry.com)
  6. [S12063] U.S. City Directories, 1821 - 1989 (Ancestry.com)

Arthur Edwin "Ed" James1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #32043, b. 2 September 1851, d. 8 February 1928

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Edith M. Munson (b. October 1852)

DaughterHarriet A. James+ (b. October 1872, d. 31 October 1958)
SonRoy L. James (b. November 1880)

BASIC FACTS

Arthur Edwin "Ed" James was born on 2 September 1851 in Seaford, Sussex Co., Delaware.3,4 He and Edith M. Munson were married on 10 January 1872 in McDonough Co., Illinois.1 He died on 8 February 1928, at age 76, in Beardstown, Cass Co., Illinois.8 He was buried in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.8
Arthur Edwin "Ed" James had reference number 32549. He was enumerated on the census in Sussex County, Delaware (1860); Adams County, Illinois (1870); Montgomery County, Iowa (1880); Cass County, Illinois (1900, 1910.)7 He was a Works on railroad (1880); locomotive engineer (1900, 1910); engineer (death record.)4,3,5,8

Citations

  1. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  2. [S9719] Obituary - Eliphalet Philbrook Munson
  3. [S769] 1910 Census, Illinois, Cass County
  4. [S442] 1900 Census, Illinois, Cass County
  5. [S280] 1880 Census, Iowa, Montgomery County
  6. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick
  7. [S5654] Genealogy prepared by Don Boyd (www.landofthebuckeye.net), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S3896] Death Records - Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths 1916 - 1947 (Ancestry.com or LDS)

William Albert "Joe" Clark1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #32044, b. 25 January 1857, d. 17 February 1928

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Ella Nora "Nora" Munson (b. 2 March 1855, d. 8 February 1919)

DaughterForrest Gay "Florence" Clark+ (b. 5 October 1885, d. 26 January 1919)
DaughterJosephine Clark (b. before 1900, d. before 1910)
DaughterHortense Clark (b. before 1900, d. before 1910)

BASIC FACTS

William Albert "Joe" Clark was born on 25 January 1857 in Vermont, Fulton Co., Illinois.2,3,7 He and Ella Nora "Nora" Munson were married on 1 January 1880 in McDonough Co., Illinois.1 He died on 17 February 1928, at age 71, in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.3,7 He was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough Co., Illinois.7
William Albert "Joe" Clark had reference number 32550. He was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1880, 1900); Travis County, Texas (1910); Harris County, Texas (1920.) He was a Farmer (1880); Day laborer (1900); photographer - own shop (1910); agent - real estate (1920); engineer (death record.)2,4,7,5,6

Citations

  1. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  2. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  4. [S457] 1900 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  5. [S1036] 1910 Census, Texas, Travis County
  6. [S1455] 1920 Census, Texas, Harris County
  7. [S3896] Death Records - Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths 1916 - 1947 (Ancestry.com or LDS)

Henry Hutchinson1

M, #32045
Pedigree Link

Family: Katherine M. Abernathy

DaughterMary Lewis Hutchinson (b. 27 January 1886, d. 22 June 1986)

BASIC FACTS

Henry Hutchinson had reference number 32551.

Citations

  1. [S4540] Email from Lynn Sanderson dated September 5, 2006

Katherine M. Abernathy1

F, #32046
Pedigree Link

Family: Henry Hutchinson

DaughterMary Lewis Hutchinson (b. 27 January 1886, d. 22 June 1986)

BASIC FACTS

Katherine M. Abernathy had reference number 32552.

Citations

  1. [S4540] Email from Lynn Sanderson dated September 5, 2006

Catherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick1,2,3,4,5

F, #32047, b. 26 June 1868, d. 14 February 1893

Parents

FatherJohn Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr. (b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909)
MotherMary Frances Munson (b. 2 January 1846, d. 24 April 1910)
Pedigree Link

Family: Henry Clay Dean "Dean" Osborn (b. 1 August 1863, d. 28 June 1938)

SonRalph Kirkpatrick Osborn (b. 4 February 1893, d. 4 August 1893)

BASIC FACTS

Catherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick was born on 26 June 1868 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.1,2,3 She and Henry Clay Dean "Dean" Osborn were married on 12 November 1891 in Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois.6,5 She died on 14 February 1893, at age 24, in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.1,3,5 She was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.4
Catherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick was also known as Katharine Matilda Kirkpatrick.6 She had reference number 32553. She was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1880.)

From John P. Kirkpatrick
Catherine Matilda Kirkpatrick was known as 'Kate', and was born 26 June 1868, near Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois; and died 14 February 1893 in Macomb, Illinois as a result of a pregnancy accident. Kate had married Henry Clay Dean Osborn on 12 November 1891 in Macomb, Illinois. There was a son, Ralph Kirkpatrick Osborn, born 4 February 1893, after the accident, and died on 4 August 1893 in Macomb, Illinois.
Both the husband and wife are buried at Camp Creek Cemetery near Macomb, Illinois along with their son.

GRAVE MARKER

CATHERINE RALPH K.
WIFE OF SON OF
H. C. D. OSBORN H. C. D. & C. M.
BORN OSBORN
JUNE 26, 1868 BORN FEB. 7, 1893
DIED FEB. 14, 1893 DIED AUG. 11, 1893

(front) (right side.)

Citations

  1. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  2. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S6825] Genealogy prepared by Prpletr Beeston (email address)
  4. [S7172] Genealogy prepared by Susan Vargas (email address)
  5. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  6. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)

George Melvin Kirkpatrick1,2,3

M, #32048, b. 23 October 1869, d. 4 May 1950

Parents

FatherJohn Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr. (b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909)
MotherMary Frances Munson (b. 2 January 1846, d. 24 April 1910)
Pedigree Link

Family: Anna Maude Mourning (b. 11 November 1873, d. 3 May 1925)

DaughterRuby Merle Kirkpatrick (b. 29 February 1896, d. 9 February 1993)
DaughterNellie Francis Kirkpatrick+ (b. 27 December 1897, d. October 1989)
SonJohn William Kirkpatrick+ (b. 12 March 1899, d. 12 February 1967)
DaughterNancy May Kirkpatrick+ (b. 18 April 1901, d. 10 November 1992)
DaughterBlanche Fern Kirkpatrick+ (b. 26 February 1904, d. 11 April 1966)
SonRalph Wayne Kirkpatrick+ (b. 11 November 1910, d. 13 November 1974)

BASIC FACTS

George Melvin Kirkpatrick was born on 23 October 1869 in McDonough Co., Illinois.1,4,5,6 He was born on 23 October 1870 in Illinois.7 He and Anna Maude Mourning were married on 12 December 1894 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.1,7 He and Harriet Ellen "Hattie" Coplan were married on 17 October 1928.6 He died on 4 May 1950, at age 80, in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.1,6 He was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonogh Co., Illinois.6
George Melvin Kirkpatrick had reference number 32554. He was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1880, 1930.) He was a Farmer.6 He resided in Industry Twp., McDonough Co., Illinois (1910.)8

From John P. Kirkpatrick
George Melvin Kirkpatrick was born 23 October 1869 in McDonough County, Illinois, and died 4 May 1950 at Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois. He married first on 12 December 1894 in Macomb, Anna Maude Mourning, daughter of William Harvey and Nancy Ann (Breeden) Mourning, who was born 11 November 1873, McDonough County, Illinois, and died 3 May 1925 at Macomb, Illinois. He married second, on 17 October 1928, Mrs. Hattie (Grogg) Smith. George was a farmer and he and Anna were members of the Presbyterian Church.

Note: Hattie's full name was Harriet Ellen "Hattie (Coplan) Smith-Grogg-Kirkpatrick.

OBITUARY - Macomb Daily Journal

George M. Kirkpatrick Dies At Hospital Here
George M. Kirkpatrick, Macomb route three, died at 9:25 a.m. today at the Phelps hospital. He had been in poor health the past year, becoming seriously ill about three months ago.
Funeral services will be held at the Clugston funeral home at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, and burial will be in Camp Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.
He was born October 23, 1869 to John and Mary Frances Munson Kirkpatrick on the Kirkpatrick homestead eight miles south of Macomb in Industry township. He spent most of his life on that farm until he moved to his recent home one-half mile south of the St. Francis hospital. As a young man he united with the Industry Christian church later transferring his membership to Ebenezer. After retiring to his recent home near Macomb, he had attended the Methodist church here while his health permitted.
On December 11, 1894, he was married to Anna Mourning of Colchester who preceded him in death May 3, 1925. Their six children survive: Ruby Kirkpatrick of Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. Charles Pollock, John W. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Roland McAlister of Macomb, Mrs. Richard Biddles of Pana, Ill., and Ralph Kirpatrick of Kenosha, Wis. One brother, James G. Kirkpatrick of Nevada, Mo., 12 grand children and five great grand children also survive. One sister, Mrs. Katherine Osborn is deceased.

GRAVE MARKER

K
GEORGE M. 1869 - 1950
ANNA M. HIS WIFE 1873 - 1925
THEIR CHILDREN
RUBY M.
NELLIE F.
JOHN W.
NANCY M.
BLANCHE F.
RALPH W.
KIRKPATRICK.


George and Hattie probably divorced between 1930 and 1950.

Citations

  1. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  2. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S1616] 1930 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  4. [S6825] Genealogy prepared by Prpletr Beeston (email address)
  5. [S7172] Genealogy prepared by Susan Vargas (email address)
  6. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  7. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  8. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick

James Garfield Kirkpatrick1,2,3

M, #32049, b. 26 December 1879, d. 29 November 1966

Parents

FatherJohn Lane Kirkpatrick, Jr. (b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909)
MotherMary Frances Munson (b. 2 January 1846, d. 24 April 1910)
Pedigree Link

Family: Bertha Sarah Rexroat (b. 10 August 1886, d. February 1973)

SonDale Melvin Kirkpatrick+ (b. 29 April 1909, d. 18 March 1971)
SonClarence Lane "Kirk" Kirkpatrick (b. 10 May 1910, d. 14 May 1993)

BASIC FACTS

James Garfield Kirkpatrick was born on 26 December 1879 in Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.1,4 He and Bertha Sarah Rexroat were married on 24 May 1905 in Saline Co., Nebraska.5 He and Bertha Sarah Rexroat were divorced between 1935 and 1937 in Independence, Missouri.5 He and Margaret Eubank were married in 1959.6 He died on 29 November 1966, at age 86, in Nevada, Vernon Co., Missouri.1 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.6
James Garfield Kirkpatrick had reference number 32555. He was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1880, 1900, 1910); Jackson County, Missouri (1920); Franklin County, Kansas (1930.)7 His Social Security Number was 498-40-0464, issued: Missouri, last residence: Missouri 64772.5 He was a Farm laborer (1900); farmer - general farming (1910); salesman - oil (1920); manager - filling station (1930.)3,7 He resided in Bethel Twp., McDonough Co., Illinois (1910.)8

From John P. Kirkpatrick
James Garfield Kirkpatrick was born 26 December 1879 at McComb, Illinois, and died at Nevada, Missouri, 29 November 1966. He married Bertha Sarah Rexroat,
daughter of William H. and Mary Francis (Landis) Rexroat, on 24 May 1905, in Saline
County, Nebraska. She was born 10 August 1886 in Nebraska. The couple were
divorced at Independence, Missouri, sometime between 1935 and 1937 after a
lengthy separation.
The couple had a dispute sometime around 1915 and separated at that time. James departed for Kansas City, Missouri, and Bertha continued to live on the family farm.
In Kansas City, James most often called J.G., entered into business with Ed Pauley, a cousin. After World War I, James came into possession of a large apartment house in Kansas City. He and his estranged wife arranged that she should take over the apartment house and he would take the farm. As a result, Bertha Kirkpatrick moved to Kansas City with her children and her brother Everett. She there made the acquaintance of James DeLong, owner of a coal company. In time, DeLong took over the mortgage on Bertha's apartment house. He died leaving Bertha a coal company, the mortgage and a large cash bequest.
J.G., in the meantime, operated an oil company at Ottawa, Kansas. He remained there until about 1938 when he came to Nevada, Missouri and joined his son Dale Kirkpatrick in the operation of a combined oil company-auto wrecking business. In 1959 he married Mrs. Margaret Eubank. He suffered a stroke in the early 1960's and died in 1966. He is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb, Illinois. He was a Mason and a member of Knights Templars.

OBITUARY

James Kirkpatrick
James Garfield Kirkpatrick, 86, of Nevada, Mo., formerly of Macomb, died Tuesday, Nov. 29, in the Nevada City hospital.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Clugston Chapel in Macomb, the Rev. John F. Burhorn officiating. Entombment will be at Oakwood Abbey. Visitation will be after 1:00 p.m. Friday at the chapel, where the family will meet friends from 7 to 9 p.m.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was born Dec. 26, 1879, in Macomb, the son of John L. and Mary F. Munson Kirkpatrick.
He is survived by his wife Margaret of Nevada, Mo.; two sons, Dale M. of Nevada and Clarence L. Kirkpatrick of Leawood, Kan.; two grandchildren; and one great grandchild.
A brother and sister preceded him in death.
Mr. Kirkpatrick resided on a farm south of Macomb until 1920 and then moved to Missouri. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and a 50-year member of the Industry Lodge AF&AM.

GRAVE MARKER

JAMES G. KITKPATRICK
DEC. 26, 1879
NOV. 29, 1966.

Citations

  1. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  2. [S246] 1880 Census, Illinois, McDonough County
  3. [S1696] 1930 Census, Kansas, Franklin County
  4. [S6825] Genealogy prepared by Prpletr Beeston (email address)
  5. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  6. [S7172] Genealogy prepared by Susan Vargas (email address)
  7. [S5608] Genealogy prepared by Dennis W. Brumm (website)
  8. [S10941] Obituary - Mary Frances (Munson) Kirkpatrick

Henry Clay Dean "Dean" Osborn1,2

M, #32050, b. 1 August 1863, d. 28 June 1938

Parents

FatherIsaac James Osborn (b. about 1831)
MotherSarah Osborn (b. March 1834)
Pedigree Link

Family 1: Catherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick (b. 26 June 1868, d. 14 February 1893)

SonRalph Kirkpatrick Osborn (b. 4 February 1893, d. 4 August 1893)

Family 2: Lela Butcher (b. 12 August 1876, d. 1965)

DaughterEtha Ruth "Ruth" Osborn+ (b. 23 March 1896, d. 4 June 1978)
DaughterZula May Osborn+ (b. 24 May 1897, d. 8 July 1995)
DaughterNettie Opal Osborn (b. 9 October 1901, d. 8 February 1991)
SonMilton Isaac Osborn+ (b. 3 June 1904, d. 8 July 1993)
SonJames C. Osborn (b. 1906, d. 1989)
SonFloyd Osborn (b. June 1909, d. 7 September 1971)

BASIC FACTS

Henry Clay Dean "Dean" Osborn was born on 1 August 1863 in Industry, McDonough Co., Illinois.3,1 He and Catherine Matilda "Kate" Kirkpatrick were married on 12 November 1891 in Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois.4,3 He and Lela Butcher were married on 6 June 1894 in McDonough Co., Illinois.1 He died on 28 June 1938, at age 74, in Industry, McDonough Co., Illinois.3,1 He was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., Illinois.5,6
Henry Clay Dean "Dean" Osborn was also known as Henry Charles "Dean" Osborne.7,4,3 He had reference number 32556. He was enumerated on the census in McDonough County, Illinois (1880, 1900); Marion County, Missouri (1910); McDonough County, Illinois (1920, 1930.)1,8 He was a Farm laborer (1900); farmer - general farming (1910 - 1930.)2,8

PARENTAGE OF HENRY CLAY DEAN OSBORN

It is my current belief that Henry Clay Dean Osborn was the son of Isaac James Osborn (son of Solomon Osborn and Dicey Smith) and Sarah Osborn (daughter of John Osborn and Francis Hackworth).

The following is a transcription of a probate record for the estate of Solomon Osborn. This particular document is dated 28th day of July 1880. I received the probate record from Delores "Dee" Allen. Dee is the compiler of the Lehman Ferrill Patterson Maternal Family Tree on Ancestry.com.

"That the said Solomon Osborn left surviving him the following named children: Louella Osborn, Almeda Osborn, Lorina Osborn, Alice Osborn, John Osborn and Noah Osborn, who are minors and William Osborn and Sarah Osborn, his wife; Louisa Flack; Arena Frisbie and Elisha Frisbie, her husband; D. Ann Smith and Peter Smith, her husband; Wm. McHaley and M. J. McHaley, his wife; Lyddia Smith and W. R. Smith, her husband; Nancy Griffin and John Griffin, her husband; Angelina Osborn; Sarah Osborn; Jeremiah Osborn; Sarah E. Osborn; Isiah Osborn; John Webb and his wife Elizabeth Webb, his wife; John S. Webb and Lucienda E. Webb; Samuel P. Wilhelms and Mary Wilhelms; and Henry C. Osborn (he is a minor); Joseph Osborn and Martah Osborn, his wife; F. M. Osborn and Josephene Osborn, his wife; Elijah Osborn and Lucinda Osborn, his wife. That the said male minors above mentioned are under twenty one years of age and the said female minors are under eighteen years of age. John W. Flack one of your petitioners is guardian of all the said minors, except the said Henry C. Osborn who has no guardian appointed in this State. Your petitioners therefore pray that a guardian may be appointed for the said Henry C. Osborn in his behalf. Wherefore in consideration of the premises your petitions pray that this court may appoint some discreet person as guardian for said minor heir to appear and defend his interest herein and that this court will order and direct your petitioner to sell the said real estate to pay said deficiency and to make such further order herein as to this court may seem proper."

In a subsequent email Delores said, "On another document is shows Harvey M. Shannon as being appointed guardian of Henry Osborn, minor."
Except for the spelling of the names, this is a remarkably accurate list of Solomon Osborn's children from two marriages. The only child missing is Isaac James Osborn, who died a number of years before Solomon Osborn's estate was probated.
The probate record suggests that Henry Clay Dean Osborn and his siblings were actually children of Solomon Osborn. My research suggests that Henry and his siblings really were the children of Isaac James Osborn and Sarah Osborn. I suspect that they were included in the probate record because their father had passed away. There would never have been any confusion if they had been identified as Solomon Osborn's grandchildren instead of his children.

OBITUARY

CARCINOMA FATAL TO INDUSTRY FARMER, 74
Dean Osborn, 74-year-old Industry farmer, passed away at 12:20 a.m. today at his home after an illness of several months with carcinoma.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, June 30, at the Industry Methodist Episcopal church with the Rev. R. H. Muelder officiating. The Industry Masonic lodge, of which he was a member, will have charge of the services. Burial will be in the Camp Creek cemetery.
Mr. Osborn leaves his wife, the former Lela Butcher, and six children, Mrs. Lewis Elston, Mrs. Edward Greenup, Miss Nettie Osborn and Floyd Osborn of Kirkwood and James Osborn of Roseville.
The body will be removed this evening from the Clugston funeral home in Industry to his late home, where friends may call until the hour of the services.

GRAVE MARKER

OSBORN

LELA DEAN
1876 - 1965 1863 - 1938.

Citations

  1. [S6750] Genealogy prepared by patemmett42 (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S895] 1910 Census, Missouri, Marion County
  3. [S6172] Genealogy prepared by John P. Kirkpatrick (email address)
  4. [S7088] Genealogy prepared by Sheri S. Olson (email address)
  5. [S7172] Genealogy prepared by Susan Vargas (email address)
  6. [S10139] Obituary - Henry Clay Dean Osborn
  7. [S5548] Genealogy Prepared by David Kirkpatrick (email address), Source Medium: Book

    World Family Tree Volume 5, Tree 1973
  8. [S5351] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (Lydia Ann Munson File)