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					                              THEA-KI-KI "BEAUTIFUL LAND"

                                           Q UARTERLY PUBLICATION

                                Kankakee Valley Genealogical Society
                                       P . O . B o x 4 4 2
                                      Bourbonnais, Illinois 60914


November, 1995 ....................................................................................... Vol. 25, No. 4

                                              TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                                                                               Page

Synopsis of KVGS Meetings .................................................................................. 2
1995 Membership List .......................................................................................... 3-4
Quarterly/Newsletter Extractions ............................................................................ 5
New Member Surnames ...................................................................................... 5-6
New Publications ..................................................................................................... 6
Great &Great, Greats ........................................................................................... 6-7
1883 Kankakee County Atlas ................................................................................. 7
1880 Kankakee County Marriages ...................................................................... 7-8
1880 Kankakee County Births ................................................................................ 8
1880 Kankakee County Deaths ......................................................................... 9-10
County Court - 1880 .............................................................................................. 10
Pilot – 1880....................................................................................................... 11
Buckingham - 1880 .......................................................................................... 11-12
Essex - 1880 ..................................................................................................... 12-13
Manteno - 1880 ..................................................................................................... 13
Rockville - 1880 ................................................................................................ 13-15
Telephonic - 1880 ................................................................................................. 15
Kankakee State Hospital ...................................................................................... 15
Kankakee Co. Grave Markers - St. Anne Catholic Cemetery ....................... 15-17
History of Kankakee County ............................................................................ 18-21
Ancestor Charts ................................................................................................ 22-26
Surname Index ................................................................................................. 27-28
Membership Renewal .................................................................................... 29-30




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                                 SYNOPSIS OF KVGS MEETINGS


We started the year off with Pre-publication flyers for the reprint of the 1883 Kankakee County
Atlas. We ordered 750 copies of the atlas to make the price as reasonable as possible. We had
approximately 120 orders during pre-publication, which helped to defray a little over one-third
of the cost.
Genealogy Classes during February were very well attended with over 30 people registering.
The February meeting was at the Kankakee Public Library working with their collection. The
library has acquired a Martin Luther King collection, which has moved the genealogy collection
from it's own room into the Conference Room on the second floor of the library. The library has
hired a new head librarian and a grant has helped the library to add to the genealogy collection.
One major disadvantage has been access to the collection when a meeting is being held in the
conference room.
The March meeting was presented by Michelle Cooper who spoke on preserving your pictures.
Many useful tips were presented as well as ideas for displaying your photographs.

The April meeting was a video tape entitled "Gift of Heritage". Karen Burden reported she
ordered a 3 volume set entitled "Migration of Early New England Families 1620-1633". With this
set also comes the "Great Migration Newsletter". Total cost will be $103.

The May meeting was a cemetery walk/checking of the Limestone Cemetery. Peg Paschke
completed the reindexing of the 1883 Atlas and the Atlas was taken to the printer to start
copying.

The June meeting was an audio tape on "Genealogical Goldmine: The Records of Old Settlers'
Organizations". There were no regular meetings in July and August, but a Board Meeting was
held in July.

At the September meeting Karen Burden presented a program on "Where haven't you looked?
Using little-known and neglected records." Marcia Stang, Nelda Ravens and Sharla Gross
volunteered to man a table at the Regional Conference at Governor's State University on
September 23. The society sold approximately $176 worth of publications at the conference.
Karen Burden reported that Volume I of "The Great Migration Begins" has been received and she
expects Volume II shortly.
The October meeting was a work meeting where checking of the Asbury Church records and
the Herscher Centennial Book index were done. The Beecher Quasquicentennial Book came
in and Peg Paschke donated several books to the collection including A Photographic Memory
Book by St. Anne High School Class of 1934, Kankakee Centennial 1853-1953, Acadian
Descendants Vol. X and several plat books and maps. A set of the Boudreau Books will be
purchased for our collection.
The society is trying to get permission to do a reprint of the Herscher Centennial Book including
a complete surname index. Other upcoming projects will be completion of the Ancestor Book
and completion of the 1870 Census.
The December meeting will be a pot luck lunch at the Bourbonnais Library at 12:30 p.m. on
Saturday, December 9. The society will provide the meat and beverage and members are asked
to bring a dish to pass as well as their place setting. The program will be a slide presentation.
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                         K.V.G.S. 1995 MEMBERSHIP LIST


Surname                  Street                            City

Arnold. Genevieve        452 S. Wall                       Kankakee, IL 60901
Beernlnk, Marie          5753 Washington St.               Downers Grove. IL 60516
Bertrand. Arthur         6911 Eberhart St.                 San Diego, CA 92115
Betourne, Toni           426 Regents Way, Apt. 1           Bourbonnais, IL 60914
Biegel, Marian           7925 W. 172nd P1.                 Tinley Park, IL 60477
Bird, Robert A.          2844 Oriole Bay                   Woodbury, MN 55125-2774
Bjorkman, 011ie          828 MIneral Springs Rd.           Owatonna, MN 55060
Boone. Ardis             5882 Darline Dr.                  St. Anne, IL 60964
Bouchey, Wanda           272 Emerald Oak Dr.               Galt, CA 95632
Boudreau, Joanne         1001 S. Rock Island               El Reno, OK 73036
Bulleigh, Clophos        3000 Arthur St. NE                Minneapolis, MN 55418
Burden, Karen            1156 So. Lincoln Ave.             Kankakee, IL 60901
Burnside, Della          P.O. Box 13                       Republic, WA 99166
Cassady, Marcia          804 Palmetto St.                  Spartanburg, SC 29302
Chancellor, Angela       31 Imperial Lane                  Conway, AR 72032
Cherry, Karen            604 N. Lincoln                    Bennington, KS 67422
Christian, Bea           P.0. Box 4511                     Topeka, KS 66604
Clatterbuck, Linda       RR i, Box 100A                    Martinton, IL 60951
Crosby, J. R.            2800 July St.                     Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Demers, Dorothy          1508 Crestview Dr.                Modesto, CA 95355
Devine, Doris            Route 1 West, Box 70              Chebanse, IL 60922
billion, Wilda           1227 Camelot                      Boise, ID 83704-8610
Durham, R. A.            Box 922                           Freeport, TX 77541
Earing, Melvin & Opal    P.0. Box 687                      Herscher, IL 60941
Easley, June             1601 Franklin St.                 Mountain Home, AR 72653
Enright, Cecile          954 N. Cleveland                  Kankakee,   IL 60901
Falardeau, June          922 E. Patten Dr.                 Palatine,   IL 60067
Falter. Mary             618 S. Main St.                   Kankakee,   IL 60901
Family History Library   35 N. West Temple St.             Salt Lake   City, UT 84150
Fennimore, Mabel         P.O. Box 452                      Wrangell, AK 99929
Francoeur, Helen         518 S. Indiana                    Kankakee, IL 60901
Fry, Robert              4400 W. Missouri, Sp. 100         Glendale, AZ 85301
Gies, Deborah            P.O. Box 28, 310 Washington St.   Keystone,NE 69144
Girard, Roberta          1005 Honeysuckle Ln.              Farmington, MN 55024
Grosso, Sharla           4594-A W. Route 17                Kankakee, IL 60901
Halper, Lori             W225 N2537 Alderwood Lane         Waukesha, WI 53186
Hansen, Dorothy          4N650 Country Club Dr.            West Chicago, IL 60185
Hardenburgh, Annette     1504 Anthony Heights Dr.          Escondido, CA 92026
Hebert, Brenda           3915 S. Mason Loop Rd. Apt. 2     Tacoma, WA 98409
Helmer, Richard          P.0. Box 140                      Mt. Ranier, MD 20712
Helzerman, Dale          40414 Newporte Dr.                Plymouth, MI 48170
Hurley, Gayle            1827 Prairie                      Glenview, IL 60025
Keller, Leon             P.O. Box 790                      Monteagle, TN 37356
LaFond, Michael          13565 Omega Circle                Littleton, CO 80124
LaGue, Jean              31 W. Plum St.                    Westerville, OH 43081
Lamski, Mardy            29 W. 443 Candlewood Ln.          Warrenville, IL 60555
Lee, Vivian              955 E. Oak St.                    Kankakee, IL 60901
Liskawa, Lorraine        AV11450 Spruce Rd.                Woodruff, WI 54568
Livengood, Ella          2633 W. Manhattan                 Wichita, KS 67204
Lunsford, Thelma         524 W. Stockton Heights Dr.       Bourbonnais, IL 60914


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                          K.V.G.S. 1995 MEMBERSHIP LIST


Surname                   Street                      Clty

Maple, Ruth               P.O. Box 404                Herscher, IL 60941
Marcotte, Eleanor         16042 St. Timothy Rd.       Apple Valley, CA 92307
Martin, Vera              225 N. Fraser Dr. East      Mesa, AZ 85203
McInally, Kathleen        391 Surrey Drive            Bonita, CA 91902
Meter, James & Velma      3523 W. 2000 South          Kankakee, IL 60901
Meier, Norma              P.O. Box 626                Clifton, IL 60927
Mess, Maxine              7N083 Briargate Terrace     Medinah, IL 60157
Milling, Harold           1872 Callsta St.            Kankakee, IL 60901
Mitchell, Ethel           808 Woodlawn                Ontario, CA 91761
Morrlcal, Karen           2886 Chippewa Dr.           Bourbonnais, IL 60914
Murphy, Mary              142 Maple Lane              Manteno, IL 60950
Navrat, Pamela            400 Sherman Dr.             Newton, KS 67114
Nilsen, Karen             2918 Mill Rd.               Doylestown, PA 18901
Oakes, Cora               223 Westwood Oaks Ct.       Kankakee, IL 60901
Oberlin, Elizabeth        885 S. Third Ave.           Kankakee, IL 60901
Oehler, Ruth Ann          3365 Lindsay Lane           Cincinnati, OH 45251
Osborne, Carolyn          240 S. Hickory              Manteno, IL 60950
Paschke, Peg & Jack       592 S. May Ave.             Kankakee, IL 60901
Plomondon, Richard        3116 Plaza Dr. NE Apt. 12   Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Plume, Walter             1775 Vista Dr.              Wilmington, IL 60481
Poskin, Roger             4550 Mananita               Atascadero, CA 93422
Prusz, Margaret           1551 Benton St.             Crete, IL 60417
Raffetto, Marilyn         4347 Manchester Ct.         Santa Marla, CA 93455
Ravens, Nelda             7585 W. Route 113           Bonfield, IL 60913
Reese, Dalene             123 W. Mahoney              Winslow, AZ 86047
Rinder, Beulah            4760 - 54th St.             San Diego, CA 92115
Rittmanic, Carol          5721 Elaine Dr.             Rockford, IL 61108
Ruark, Eloise             1382 Cook Blvd.             Bradley, IL 60915
Scharte, Floyd            465 S. Monroe St.           Tiffin, OH 44883
Schellenberger, Marilyn   1902 S. Main St.            Princeton, IL 61356
Shreffler, Leona          4662 N. 7000 West           Kankakee, IL 60901
Slmack, Alex              116 Crescent                Stelle, IL 60919
Smith, Marge              9270 W. Route 17            Bonfield, IL 60913
Stnith, Rena              P.O. Box 813                Balboa, CA 92661
Spreen, Betty             555 S. Washington           Bradley, IL 60915
Stang, Marcia             960 Pheasant Dr.            Bradley, IL 60915
Stanton, Dorothy          501 El Capitan Dr.          Danville, CA 94526
Stemke, Dolores           P.O. Box 246                Clifton, IL 60927
Stone, Ken & Dee          617 Meridian Ave.           South Pasadena, CA 91030
Taylor, Curtis            3207 W. 111th St.           Chicago, IL 60655
Taylor, John              10388 Krista Ct.            Cupertino, CA 95014
Thompson, Geraldine       2532 Borton Drive           Santa Barbara, CA 93109
Tuttle, Raymond           4339 So. Main               South Bend, IN 46614
Utterback, Dla            5986 Laguna Ranch Cr.       Sacramento, CA 95823
Vickery, Marie            5808 E. 3420 S. Rd.         St. Anne, IL 60964
Wilkins, John             215 E. Ash                  Watseka, IL 60970




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                       QUARTERLY/NEWSLETTER EXTRACTIONS

CIVIL WAR TERMS

Company               about 100 men
Regiment              about 10 companies
Brigade               2 or more regiments
Division              2 or more brigades
Corps                 2 or more divisions
Army                  2 or more corps
Muster                after training, date the regiment was accepted into the federal service.
Muster Out            date the regiment was released from active service

NW Iowa Roots Diggers, Vol. 16, No. 4.

DEEDS

On the lower left hand corner of most old deeds you will find signatures of two to four witnesses.
The first one is always from the husband's side. The next one is always from the wife's side.
That is to protect her one-third dower rights under the law. Nothing you will ever use will give
greater clues to maiden names than witnesses to old deeds. In addition, in the 1800's and
before, it was traditional when the daughter married, as part of her dowry, for the father to either
cover the loan or carry the note for his son-in-law. If you know the husband's name but not the
wife's maiden name, find out to whom they made their mortgage payment. About 70% of the
time, it will be her father. SMCGS Newsletter, Vol. 13, No. 3, March 1995.

ILLINOIS OBITUARIES

The State Historical Library will look up and copy obituaries for 25 cents each. Send the
deceased person's name, date of death and the county lived and buried in. /RGS Newsletter No. 6,
September, 1994.




The following surnames are being researched by our newest members:

Genevieve Arnold           Alcott

Linda Clatterbuck          Earley, Clatterbuck

Dorothy Demers            Demers, Senesac, Cote, Bonneau, Joubert, Friot/Huot, Rivard, Dallas,
                          Ethier, Moore, Thompson

Deborah Gies               Natts, Halley, Crandell, Gamble, Hutchen, Workman, Walls

Rick Helmer                Ammann, Hohmann

Dale Helzerman             Kirchner, Anderson, Green, Meeske



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Gayle Hurley           Hurley, Gleason, Porter

Elizabeth Oberlin      McHie, Michie, Logan, Gilkey, Duprey, Gibeault, Lamontagne, LaForrest

Vivian Lee             Tetter, Henning, Collins, Morgan, Latty

Ella Livengood         Goyette, Hebert, Trimble, Livengood &Provost

Mary Murphy            Murphy, Laswell, Jehle, Reineker

Walter Plume           Cadwell, Conderman, Ford, Hall, Simonds, Zahn, Cormany, Preston,
                       Packard, Plume

Robert Poskin          Poskin/Pasquin, Keller, Crook

Eloise Ruark           Ruark, Roberts, Hanks, Frels, Mandler & Schnoll

Alex Simack            Titus

Delores Stemke         Wallace, Finnegan

Ken &Dolores Stone Stone, Lezotte & Betourne

Dia Lutterback         Williams, Sweet, Wilson, Smith, Roesch, Keilholtz, Lax


                                       NEW PUBLICATIONS

ILLINOIS HISTORY -INDIAN BLOOD

Many of the Indiana/Illinois/Ohio Indian blood connections are to be found in Volume I by
Richard Pangburn. The first volume deals mainly with Shawnee, Delaware, Wyandot, Miami,
Seneca and Cherokee tribes of the Eastern woodlands and their intermarried families. Indiana
Blood contains 562 pages plus all-name index. Cost is $49.00 plus $2.10 for book rate or $4.10
for priority mail. Richard Pangburn, 404 Tom Greer Rd., Bardstown, KY 40004.

THE HERITAGE OF ANSON COUNTY, NC

This collection of church, family and business histories is now available at a cost of $46.50
(includes postage and handling). Send to Anson Co. Heritage Book Committee, P.O. Box 417,
Wadesboro, NC 28170.

                                    GREAT & GREAT, GREATS

Marie Melina Demers, daughter of Joseph Demers and Amable Meunier die La Pierre, married
Henry (Honore) Senesac, son of Daniel Senesac and Marie Amalie Catherine Lague, 1864 in
Kankakee. Known children are: Henry R. married Catherine Schneider 1890; Victoria married
Joseph Joubert 1890; Edwin married Anna Hartman 1892; George A. married Wilhemenia ?;
Marie Aglai; Marie Therese Alphonsine married Medrich Ethier 1901; Lillie, and another female.
Would like to correspond with descendants. Contact Dorothy (LeQuatte) DeMers, 1508


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Crestview Dr., Modesto, CA 95355.

Nicolas Many, born 1797 at Chambly, Quebec (son of Nicolas Many and Marguerite Gaboriau)
married 27 Jan 1824, Chambly (St. Joseph) to Josephte Lamoureux, Chambly, Quebec
(daughter of Pierre Lamoureux and Louise Thomas). They had ten children, all living in Illinois.
Nicolas died around 1880. His wife, Josephine, when a widow, lived with his son Edward Many
in St. Anne. When Edward died in 1900 he left 11 grandchildren by Moses, his only son. He
had 4 other children. William, another son lived in Illinois where he had 14 children. Would like to
correspond with descendants. Contact Fleur Ange Demers-Denault, 277 Ave. Strathmore, Verdun
H4G 3E8 Quebec, Canada.

Basile Dufresne and wife Louise Benoit came to St. Anne from Quebec about 1850. Also living
with them were their daughter, Elizabeth Dufresne, and her husband, Alfred Hebert, and their
children. The Basil Dufresnes and Alfred Heberts moved from St. Anne to Loda area in Iroquois
Co. in 1870's and the Heberts became known as LaBare. Have done considerable research and
would like to correspond with descendants. Contact Floriece LaBare, 2521 Briarwood Ct.,
Clearwater, FL 34621.


                             1883 KANKAKEE COUNTY ATLAS


Copies of the reprint of the 1883 Kankakee County Atlas are still available. Cost is $22.00 plus
$3.00 if shipping. This atlas contains 169 pages of township maps, views and portraits,
biographical sketches, and history on Kankakee County and its earliest residents. This is one of
the best sources for early history from the Indians, early explorers and first white settlers in the
area. Atlas is 11" x 17" leatherette bound with a new surname index by page as well as
column. Don't miss this opportunity to have this atlas in your collection!


                          1880 KANKAKEE COUNTY MARRIAGES

Taken from the Kankakee Gazette

Bride                    Groom                      Where From                      Date

Magan, Mary Ann          Beck, Peter                Chebanse                      01 Feb 1880
Mulligan, Mary           Muldoon, John              Norton                        21 Jan 1880
Lillie, Mary             Briggs, Silas R.           Otto                          31 Dec 1879
Rice, Adelle             Griswold, John             Momence                       04 Feb 1880
Girard, Kittie           Fearns, John               Momence/St. Anne              09 Nov 1879
Sainte, Amelia           Hubert, Pierre             L'Erable/Otto                 26 Jan 1880
Mercier, Lydia           Fifer, Ed.                 Kankakee                      11 Jan 1880
Parey, Philomene         Spangler, Julius           Kankakee                      05 Jan 1880
Laine, Josephine         Larivire, Edmund           St. Anne                      08 Jan 1880
Wallace, Nelie           Madden, Michael            Chicago                       13 Jan 1880
Boule, Josephine         Paskivietz, Chas.          Kankakee/Lake Village IN      18 Jan 1880
Dufault, Lucy            King, Peter                Kankakee                      08 Feb 1880
Wiley, Jane              Mahoney, Henry             Norton                        08 Feb 1880
Bohlmann, Sophia         Doehren, Claus             Yellowhead                    08 Feb 1880
Lino, Minnie             Heagle, Charles A.         Otto                          10 Feb 1880
Banks, Nellie            John Kral                  Norton                        03 Feb 1880


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Bride                  Groom                     Where From                     Date

Gagnon, Victorine      Lamontayne, Alex          Bourbonnais                   10 Feb 1880
Armitage, Alice        Capelin, Royal            Norton                        14 Feb 1880
Goodell, Maggie        Jaqish, Chas. E.          Momence/Ithaca, Wis.          18 Feb 1880
Fenton, Jennie         Woods, Darwin A.          Momence, Beaver               10 Feb 1880
Allen, Sarah A.        Bray, John G.             Rockville                     18 Feb 1880


                           1880 KANKAKEE COUNTY BIRTHS


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette

Son/Dau               Parents                                           Date

Daughter              Fred Mullaney, Limestone                          20 Oct 1879
Son                   James Henry, Limestone                            27 Nov 1879
Daughter              Hilaire Giroux, Rockville                         26 Jan 1880
Son                   George Lockie, Peotone                            15 Jan 1880
Daughter              Judi Lachance, Manteno                            01 Feb 1880
Daughter              B. W. Thurtell, Kankakee                          09 Feb 1880
Daughter              Simon Robert, Manteno                             05 Feb 1880
Son                   Jacob Andrews, Rockville                          06 Jan 1880
Daughter              C. W. McElwain, Waldron                           28 Jan 1880
Son                   Jerome H. Skelley, Waldron                        18 Jan 1880
Son                   John Opperman, Otto                               03 Feb 1880
Son                   Albert F. Dehn, Kankakee                          25 Jan 1880
Son                   Theopilis P. Tart, Kankakee                       03 Feb 1880
Son                   Hiram W. Adams, Kankakee                          12 Feb 1880
Son                   Henry Beauchamp, Kankakee                         11 Feb 1880
Daughter              Henry F. Frisbie, Kankakee                        04 Feb 1880
Son                   Joseph Shekey, Kankakee                           21 Jan 1880
Daughter              Wm. Litzenberg, Kankakee                          25 Jan 1880
Son                   Jacob Hamburg, Kankakee                           14 Feb 1880
Son                   Noel Jeru, Limestone                              22 Feb 1880
Daughter              Louis Foreman, Kankakee                           04 Jan 1880
Son                   L. A. Burch, Kankakee                             10 Dec 1879
Son                   John H. White, Kankakee                           17 Dec 1879
Son                   Clarence L. Graham, Kankakee                      06 Jan 1880
Daughter              Wm. H. Richardson, Kankakee                       05 Feb 1880
Daughter              Carl Clotz, Kankakee                              06 Feb 1880
Daughter              Victor Grandpre, Ganeer                           16 Feb 1880
Daughter              Alexander Breault, Bourbonnais                    06 Jan 1880
Son                   Sanford Clark, Momence                            05 Feb 1880
Son                   H. H. Baldwin, Momence                            24 Jan 1880
Daughter              Chas. Kutz, Momence                               25 Jan 1880
Daughter              Noah Magruder, Altorf                             19 Dec 1879
Son                   George F. Schanan, Aroma                          15 Feb 1880
Daughter              James Weher, Momence                              02 Feb 1880




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                            1880 KANKAKEE COUNTY DEATHS

Taken from the Kankakee Gazette (publication date in parentheses).

(05 Feb 1880) Peter Enos, brother of R. H. Enos, of Kankakee, died at the tatter's home last
week of consumption (Jan. 28 at 54 years of age). He was an old resident of this county, and
had lived near Chebanse for a number of years. We have no further particulars of his life.

Mr. Enos was born in Owosco, Cayuga county, NY, March 24, 1822. When a boy ten years old,
he moved west with his parents, who settled in the State of Michigan. In the year of 1853 he
came to Illinois, and in 1955, he pre-empted a quarter section of government land, which is now
the town of Chebanse, Iroquois county, the same that was his home at the time of his death. It
is one of the best improved farms in Iroquois county. He never used ardent spirits of any kind, or
tobacco in any shape whatever. He was a very industrious, energetic and persevering man,
upright in deal with his fellow men. His word was as good as his bond; and a kind husband, a
warm friend and an accommodating neighbor; liberal in his religious views; regretted leaving his
wife and friends, but had no fear of death, and it was his imperative request that no religious
ceremonies be performed over his remains.
(12 Feb 1880) In Cabery, January 29, of congestion of the brain, John Hoyt, aged 6 years.

(12 Feb 1880) In Sumner, Dec. 30, of heart disease, Louis Stetting, aged 58 years.

(12 Feb 1880) In Essex, Dec. 18, of inflammation of the bowels, Walter Brophy, aged 64 years.

(12 Feb 1880) Died, in Kankakee, February 8th, 1880, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. C.
W. Johnson, after an illness of six days, J. S. Reynolds, of New Lenox, Will county, at the age
of sixty-five years and three months. Thus has passed away another of the early settlers of
Illinois. His father, J. S. Reynolds, Sr., located in what is now the town of New Lexon in 1832
with three sons, of whom the deceased was the youngest, who continued to reside at the old
homestead until after the death of his wife, three years ago.
(19 Feb 1880) In Salina, Feb. 9, of erysipelas, infant son of R. H. and Josephine Hawker, aged 2
months.

(19 Feb 1880) The death of two infants, aged respectively 14 and 21 days, in Limestone on the
14th and 22d of last August has just been returned by the father, Louis Dohn. The cause of
death is recorded as "unknown". It seems that there was neither physician or undertaker.
(26 Feb 1880) In Ganeer, Jan. 27, of typhoid fever, Amanda St. Aubin, aged four years.

(26 Feb 1880) In Kankakee, Feb 15, Ida Klutz, aged 9 days. Cause of death unknown.

(26 Feb 1880) In Norton, Feb. 12, of scarletina, Charles D. Stewart, aged 8 years, 10 months.

(26 Feb 1880) In Momence, Feb. 6, of consumption, William Schoof, aged 52 years.

(26 Feb 1880) In Waldron, Jan. 16, of congestion of the brain, Stephen Harrison, aged 9
months.

(26 Feb 1880) In Kankakee, Feb. 8, of pluro-pneumonia, Smith Reynolds, aged 66 years.

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(26 Feb 1880) In Aroma, Feb. 17, of lung fever, Raymond L., son of Lucius M. and Olive S.
Case, aged 4 years.


                                            COUNTY COURT


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 12, 1880

People vs. Peter Hill, indictment for illegal traffic in liquor. Verdict, not guilty.

People vs. Blanche Howard, indictment for keeping house of ill-fame. Nulled by state's attorney.

Willard West vs. C. L. Burchard, appeal. Venue to circuit court. Emory Cobb vs.

administrators K. H. Howes, distress for rent. Judgment, $438.56.

Final certificate of naturalization issued to John Lockie and John Luckow.

Adam Sammons. Simon Sammons appointed administrator in bond of $500.

David Everett. Conservator granted leave to sell personal property.

A. M. Preston. Claim of Jacob Burr dismissed for want of prosecution.


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 19, 1880

Probate: Henry Kent. Claim of H. M. Stetson for $6 allowed.

Final certificate of naturalization issued to Michael Didier and Joseph Haines.

Patrick Barnicle. Claim of G. Merrick for $81.61 allowed.

Clarence L. Graham. Appraisement bill approved.

Adam Hertz. Administrator's report approved. Estate declared insolvent and closed.

Louis Steling. Appraisement bill approved.

Mary M. Hewitt. Report approved.

Wm. H. Hobbie and Thos. Reed. Proofs of publication made.

Criminal: People vs. Peter Hill; indictment for selling liquor without a license. Verdict of guilty
upon four counts. Sentence temporarily withheld.

People vs. Simeon Hayhurst; contempt. Attachment ordered, returnable next law term.

Edward Chipman vs. Marietta and Mitchell Cantway; appeal. Continued.



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                                          PILOT - 1880


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 19, 1880.

A great deal of sickness prevails in this vicinity at present. There is hardly a family but what has
one or more person. A severe cold settles all over the person, followed by a severe headache
and fever.

Wheeler & Winzor are raising their store building roof ten feet. It is quite an improvement and
will be occupied by Winzor and family.

The house recently occupied by John Brice now shelters Ed. Johnson and sister, who went to
keeping house last week.

Bowlby &Penfield have about seventy-five tons of ice in store, gathered during the late freeze-
up. Their hardware store is now in full blast.

Andrew Anderson will move onto the Jake Conrow farm, purchased last fall.

Dr. Taylor was out from Kankakee on Sunday speaking to the people at the Hubbard school
house. His remarks as usual were god.

Horace Coy, who has been living on the Munger farm, has bought a farm near Sandwich,
DeKalb county, and is now moving his goods there.

The face of our town clerk, Albert Ayres, is weathered with smiles over the advent of a youthful
feminine at his house. It is the first "young lady" we have heard of taking advantage of leap year
in this manner and we wish her success.


                                     BUCKINGHAM - 1880


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 12, 1880

Peter Wagner, of Cabery, gets license for another year. Had Mr. Campbell known the names of
all the petitioners he could have stricken off enough to make a clean shave.

Old Uncle Dailey came to town one day last week and got spilled out on the road home by the
team running away. A stove that was in the wagon was smashed and things strung generally.

Mr. Wright and school, of the Glass settlement, visited the school in the Neer district last Tuesday
and had a good time.

Dr. Grogan, of Chicago, will locate in this place. He will make his home with his nephew, Wm.
Murray.

Dr. Green and Mr. Barrett came back from Pennsylvania last week.

T. Moran has bought the 80-acres of Gray Brothers situated in the Colstock section, for $30 an
acre.


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J. Stevens packed his traps last week and took the train for Missouri.

M. Powell has gone to Kansas to look up a home and may possibly locate in Leadville.

Joe Montague and Miss Lizzie Mather signaled the construction train and got aboard and came
back man and wife. Our best wishes follow them.
Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 19, 1880

Miss Mary Gruer has been quite sick but is getting better.

The sash party and oyster supper passed off pleasantly for all concerned. The proceeds netted
$27.

Jim Mcllturf, one of our druggists, has closed out his stock and fixtures to Dr. Green who will
move it to Norton station, on the Wabash extension.
M. Georgia had a free dance on Tuesday evening which passed off lively.

Its a boy at H. S. Worth's house and a bouncer - about 10 lbs.

Will Potter has returned from a trip to Massachusetts, where he got a better half, Miss Nettie
Shumway being the happy bride. Miss Shumway taught school in district 6 one summer and
is a niece of C. E. Pratt.

Worth Bros. are building a large shed to store agricultural implements in opposite Cook's store
on the east.

T. B. Glass has returned with his family from Wilmington to the arm. He has built a splendid
house.

Mrs. Dr. Green is appointed postmistress at Norton on the new road.


                                         ESSEX - 1880


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 26, 1880

John Joyce has a sale on the 26th inst. He will move to Braidwood. John Smith and P.
Callahan will move on his place, and we shouldn't be at all surprised if one of them would be
after getting a cook. Mrs. Buehler will also have a sale on the 26th inst. John and Christ intend
to go west this spring.
Martin Funk, of Norton, contemplate going to Kansas in a few days to see the elephant.

S. Christie is building a shanty on section 7. Andy Irwin will move in and start farming on his
own hook.

There is also talk of moving the Essex centre church to Essex.

We understand I. C. Mosier and H. C. Konklin are going to start a livery stable in Essex. D. J.
White will put up a hardware store. Quite a lot of stone has been hauled from Horse creek to

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Essex for building purposes.

Mr. Schrempf, of Kankakee, will move to Essex as soon as the roads will let him. He has bought 3
lots in Essex. We understand he will live in Ed. Albert's hall till he can put up his buildings.
Essex is getting to be a noted place.

Mrs. Geo. Schosser is gaining slowly.

L. Hamilton will retire from farming. We'll bet a four dollar "yeller" dog we know of a wedding that
will take place pretty soon, but we won't tell this time who it will be.


                                        MANTENO - 1880


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 19, 1880

Mr. Mortimer, a very old man, father of Henry Mortimer, died in town last week and was buried
on Saturday.

A small child of James Black was buried here last Friday. J.

R. Lockie and Philip Gousett are in Kansas.

The Rev. Mr. Winslow has been sick for the past week. The Rev. Mr. Hughes of Evanston filled
his pulpit for him morning and evening last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roe, of Kansas, but formerly of this place, were in town last week.

J. B. Moisant improved his time last Monday and got some pretty fair ice out of the stone quarry.

Mrs. F. D. Gay, of Kankakee, visited friends in town last week.

S. Treadeau has made quite an improvement in the blacksmith shop formerly occupied by H.
J. Parker by putting in new forges, straightening up the shop and putting on an addition on the
north for a turning lathes tool and drill room.


                                      ROCKVILLE - 1880


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 5, 1880

Ella, daughter of Thos. Magruder, is seriously afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism. Her
recovery is considered doubtful.

While passing over some parts of Rockville last week we saw men in the fields husking corn, and
we thought what a pity that some men are blest with such heavy crops.

Albert Moore, who left this country about thirteen years ago, is back on a visit. He resides in
Kansas.




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The teacher in district No. 8 was discharged last week, consequently the youngsters are having a
vacation.

John Dawson, who has been a resident of this county for eleven years, started last week with
the remnant of his family, in a wagon, for Clark County, Ill., the land of his boyhood.

Thomas Gordon has sold his farm to Morton Magruder for $40 per acre. Gordon's farm joined
Magruder's in such a shape as to change it from an L to a square.

Benj. Goodwin is shipping his hogs. He drove about 150 of the smallest to Manteno last week and
tomorrow he will commence hauling his large ones.

Charley Durham and wife are at hole again.

Is our anticipated railroad dead in the shell?

Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 12, 1880

Health in this vicinity -well there is none to speak of and what little there is not the best. Mrs.
Mort. Magruder, Mrs. Nancy Gordon, George Gordon, Mrs. Obe. Lancaster, Mr. William Bilyard,
Sr., Mrs. Chas. Durham, Mrs. W. H. Dawson and several others are on the sick role, and under
the treatment of Dr. Magruder. Nearly every little child in this vicinity is or has lately been sick.
The Dr. informs us that Mrs. Chas. Durham has the measles, which is likely to have a good
circulation, i.e., the measles.


Benj. Goodwin will ship two more car loads of hogs tonight. There are 81 in the lot and it took
21 wagons-loads to carry them to the railroad. He says he got the best price in the yard for
those shipped last week.

A 5 1 /2 Ib. boy at Obe. Lancasters is creating considerable excitement. Name him
Nebuchadnessar, then the name will make up what the boy lacks in size, and he will average
better.

Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 26, 1880

Warren Mann has bought the John Hebert farm containing 128 acres and will move onto it soon.

Frank Vining is moving onto a farm on the south side of the river, near Hanford's store. We are
sorry to have you leave us, Frank.

Thomas Gordon has rented the Pete Bedore farm and will move onto it soon.

Ye Kankakee merchants had better knock the prices down for we've got a store in Rockville.
Eugene Shreffler has a stock of new goods, such as sugar, coffee, a bran new boy, etc.

Mr. John Rice beats all for a big baby - 12 pounds - enough for two fair sized babies.

Freddie Mann talks of going to Janesville, Wis., to learn telegraphing.

Our young friend, George Shreffler, has bought the John Guilford farm at Deselm's corners.
That looks a little suspicious, George. Going to keep "bach," eh?



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Mr. Henry Tudor, the soap man, talks of locating in Kankakee for the purpose of manufacturing
"Tudor's labor-saving soap." A soap factory will be something new to Kankakee we presume.

Will Bilyard has sold his goods and will start in a few days, by rail, for Iowa.


                                      TELEPHONIC - 1880


Taken from the Kankakee Gazette, February 5, 1880

The telephone is becoming quite a feature in the business facilities of Kankakee. The latest in
that direction is a line between the paper mill and Mr. Crawford's residence on "Quality hill,"
connecting also with the store of H. L. Crawford & Co., on Court street. The instrument will be
an Edison electric, and a mile and a half of wire will be required. The line will run up West
avenue on its own poles, thence east on Court street on the American Union's poles. By the
way, the Western Union wanted $10 per month for the use of fourteen poles, while the American
Union give the use of about forty free of charge. The Paper Mill company is a liberal patron of
the Western Union, and a different disposition should have been shown on the part of the latter.
A great many complaints have been lodged against the Western Union by our Kankakee
business men during the past few years. The opening of the American Union's office will create a
healthy competition.
Harry Crawford and Duff Sherman are going to put up a line between their residences, and the
Gazette will soon have a wire from the foot of the stairs to the editorial room.


                               KANKAKEE STATE HOSPITAL


Our society was informed some time ago that the old records from the Kankakee State Hospital
(now Shapiro Mental Health Center) were sent to the State Archives in Springfield. I have
passed that information along to many people who were researching their ancestors. Last month
one gentleman was good enough to tell me the results of his search. He wrote to the State
Archives, who passed his inquiry along to the Illinois State Historical Library. They referred him to
Shapiro for the records. When he wrote to Shapiro, he was informed that all records prior to
1955 were destroyed in a fire. They confirmed that they have a cemetery with graves marked
only by number. Since the records were destroyed, they have no idea who is buried in the
cemetery prior to 1955.
I'd like to hear from any of our members who were told the same or different information about
these records so we can track down what really happened.


                             ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CEMETERY


Photographs on the next two pages are from the St. Anne Catholic Cemetery in St. Anne
Township.

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                      HISTORY OF KANKAKEE COUNTY                                              662

  work, his subsequent followers being J. Hin-         Plans were made by Mr, Kinny, of Chicago, and
  man in 1845; Rev. Chapin, in 1846; E. Lewis; C.    William Hamilton, of Kankakee, was made
  Lazenby, in 1848; S. R. Burr, in 1849-50; George   superintendent of construction under the build-
  Homes, in 1851; and George Murphy, in 1852.        ing committee. Great preparations were made for
    Chester Reeder, who was appointed pastor in      laying the cornerstone for which ceremony Drs.
  1853, found a Sunday school class organized        Tiffany and Hartwell were engaged as speakers.
  with William Bowdle, as leader, and containing     Immediately after noon, on Thursday May 28,
  the following pupils: William Bishop, Rebecca      1867, a procession marched to the church from
  Bishop, William and Rebecca Legg, William          the Empire block, .and a choir, recruited from
  and Rebecca Durham, William Sutcliffe, Eliza       the various city churches, took its place upon
  Sutcliffe, William Bowdle, C. A. Bowdle, John      the improvised platform. After a hymn, a
  Bishop, Maria Bishop, Mercy Lamb, Louisa           prayer was offered by Dr. Tiffany, and Grand
  Tart.                                              Master Gorin, of the Masonic fraternity, gave a
     At this time the services of the society were   brief address. Rev. Hartwell then read the
  held in the second story of the Illinois Central   following list of articles which were de-
  depot, and in 1854 the place: of worship was       posited in the cornerstone: A Bible, The Cen-
  changed to the home of William Bishop. In          tenary of Methodism, Sermon an the death of
  1854 and 1855 James McClane was pastor, and        Thomas Lokie, Methodist Quarterly Review,
  during the latter year plans were laid for the     Christian Advocate and Journal, Western Chris-
  building of a church, upon a lot donated by the    tian Advocate, Methodist Episcopal Hymn book,
  Associate Land company. In the fall of 1855        Methodist Episcopal Discipline, Sunday School
  the church was dedicated, the same being now       Advocate, Guide to Holiness, Methodist Alma-
  the old city hall, on Dearborn avenue, south of    nac, Sunday School Report, a history of the
  Court street. In the fall of 1855 Rev. McClane     church to date, list of church. officers, copies
  was succeeded by David Cassady. The confer-        each of the Chicago Tribune, Kankakee Gazette
  ence of 1858 sent B. F. Cleveland to Kankakee,     and Journal, a piece of gold quartz presented
  and G. L. S. Stuff succeeded Rev. Cleveland in     by D. D. L. McCulloch, and documents from the
  1860. Upon the appointment of Rev. Stuff as        Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance and Goad
  chaplain of the army, in 1862, Rev. J. W.          Templars. When these articles had been de-
  Flowers became pastor of the church, and he, in    posited the stone was put into place.
  turn, was appointed chaplain, being suc-
  ceeded by E. Stone. In the fall of 1863 Rev. S.      In the meantime the old church building
  G. Havermale was appointed pastor, in 1865         had been sold to the board of education far
  being succeeded by Joseph Hartwell. It was in      three thousand five hundred dollars, and during
  this year that the new church was begun, upon      its temporary homelessness the congregation
  the lot at the northeast corner of Harrison        worshiped in Durham's hall. When, however,
  avenue and Merchant street, donated by Mr.         the basement of the new church had been
  and hire. James McGrew.                            completed, services were held therein, pending
                                                     the erection of the main portion of the edifice,
                                                     since used by the congregation.
    After much time spent in discussing plans,
  the official board took decisive action on the       In October, 1867, Rev. Hartwell was suc-
  evening of December 12, 1867; when a build-        ceeded by the Rev. J. S. Moore. The great
  ing committee was appointed consisting of          stone church was now nearing completion, but
  James McGrew, John Durham, John Dale, L.           the subscriptions thus far were inadequate.
  B. Cobb and I. N. Dickson. With such a com-        Rather than have the work retarded, a meeting
  mittee success was assured.                        of the congregation was held December 14,
     Through the magnificent generosity of David     1867, of which Rev. Moore was chairman and J.
  Woodard stone for the church was taken from        B. Welch secretary. A resolution was adopted
  his quarry in Kankakee, this being recognized      authorizing the board of trustees to negotiate
  as worthy the man who gave it, and of suffi-       a loan of ten thousand dollars from Albert G.
  cient magnitude to enshrine his memory in the      Hobble, with interest at the, rate of tea per
  heart of every Methodist in Kankakee. The lot
  and stone assured, success seemed imminent to
  this zealous body of Christians.

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                           HISTORY OF KANKAKEE COUNTY                                                   663

  cent per annum. This note, signed by the mem-        another the fortunes of the leading members
  bers of the board of trustees, is a treasured        vanished under their voluntary obligations, but
  heirloom, soiled and worn along the folds from       they saved a little out of the wreck and paid
  much handling, and it’s back covered with            their church subscriptions until the debt was
  closely written acknowledgments of interest.         canceled. New members came to help, and
  Across the left side of the face is written a        although it does not appear how it' was done,
  huge PAID, which in after years sent joy to          the work went on and Methodism survives
  the hearts of those who had so long been             today stronger, more hopeful and more vigorous
  crushed under its burden. Among the endorse-         than ever before.
  ments mentioned is that of interest to the
  amount of eight thousand, four hundred and             The laborious pastorate of Rev. Moore ter-
  twenty-nine dollars. It is doubtless true that       minated with the conference year. The Rock
  this time-yellowed note has cost the church at       River conference was held in the new church,
  least twenty thousand dollars.                       Bishop Simpson presiding. Rev. W. D. Atchinson
                                                       was appointed to the pastorate, and his
                                                       successors were as follows: A. P. Mead, in 1871; J.
                                                       0. Foster, in 1872; John Adams, in 1873; T. R.
    This note was secured by a trust deed to           Strowbridge, in 1874; William A. Smith, in
  Harrison Loring, executed on December 23,            1876; A. J. Judkins, in 1878; N. H. Axtell, in
  1867, and by a document in which John Dur-           1880; C. E. Glendenning, in 1883, and Conrad
  ham, James McGrew, John Dale; L. B. Cobb,            Haney, in 1886.
  Welsey Bonfield and I. N. Dickson bound them-
                                                        Rev. Haney was succeeded in 1890 by T. W.
  selves, heirs or administrators, to the sum of
                                                       McVety, and in 1893 Rev. Hyre D. Clark became
  fifteen thousand dollars, to see that the note
                                                       pastor. In 1894 M. A. Head succeeded. Dr.
  was paid. As the church was nearing comple-
                                                       Clark. Thos. Doney was appointed pastor in
  tion the official board selected March 1, 1868,
                                                       1895, W. V. Crumbaker in 1898, and Rev. Clark
  for the dedication, and farmer pastors of the
                                                       was again appointed pastor in 1900, and was
  church as well as the various clergymen of the
                                                       succeeded by B. Barrett Evans in 1903.
  city were invited to attend. That prince of
  Methodist clergymen, Dr. T. M. Eddy, was               The church property is valued at $47,000,
  chosen to dedicate the church. Immediately           The parsonage cost $5,000. The membership of
  after the arrival of Mr. Eddy, on Saturday even-     the church is five hundred thirty-flue, and. that
  ing, February 29, he met the official board and a    of the Sabbath school, flue hundred. The total
  study into the financial conditions of the           contribution last year amounted to $5,700.00.
  church was entered into. The statement that            The First Methodist church has a mission fa
  nearly thirty thousand dollars were to be raised     East Kankakee, known as the Riverview chapel.
  on the morrow was met by Dr. Eddy with the           The building, which is valued at $1,500, was
  announcement that he could not hope to raise         dedicated May 19, 1901. There is a Sabbath
  that amount unless the board would pledge one-       school of one hundred members, and the total
  third of it. The members, rather than have a         contribution last year amounted to $126.
  failure on the morrow, took up willingly the
                                                         The Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, of
  extra burden. A crowded house greeted Dr.
                                                       Kankakee, was organized, and the church built
  Eddy in the morning and listened to a magni-
                                                       in 1871, from the First Methodist Episcopal
  ficent discourse on the power of Christ through
                                                       church. The first pastor was John Dale, who
  the church. The collection which followed was
                                                       has been succeeded by the following: T. C.
  not what had been hoped for, although Dr.
                                                       Young, A. B. Smart, W. K. Hodley, Rev. Allen.
  Eddy's peerless ability in this line was enlisted
                                                       Rev. Chipperfleld, W. K. Collins, Joe well, J.
  in the work. Rev. A. J. Judkins preached in
                                                       C. Taylor; John Rogers, B. F. Eckley, W. D.
  the evening, and this discourse was followed
                                                       Benjamin, W. J. Minium, and J. G. Evans, pres-
  by another effort to raise money, but when the
                                                       ent pastor.
  day had passed there was still an indebtedness
  of fully fifteen thousand dollars bearing interest     The church property is valued at $3,000; the
  at ten per cent per annum. Subsequent sub-           parsonage is valued at $2,000. There is s
  scriptions failed to bring material relief, and      membership in the church of one hundred and
  the church labored on, paying from one thou-         forty-six; Sabbath School, one hundred and
  sand to fifteen hundred dollars interest every
  year; beside its current expenses. One after




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                              HISTORY OF KANKAKEE COUNTY                                                       66a


         thirty. Total contribution last year, $2,095.              was built in 1872, at a cost oL $7,000. The
          Trinity church has a mission at Otto, Illi-               following men have served this pastorate: Rev.
          nois, which building is valued at $1,000.                 Wallace, O. E. Burch, H. W. Reynolds, J.
                                                                    Harris, S. Washburne, John Tassett, Joseph
                             BRADLEY                                Wardle, B. M. Winslow, R. R. Bibbins, John
           The Methodist Episcopal church at Bradley                O. Fo ster, Rev. Gillesp ie, Jo hn Nate, A. T.
         was organized in 1892. The following pastors               Horn. Rev. Olmstead, E. G. Catermole, 1885-87;
         have served. the church: T. H. Pryon; N. W.                John Small, 1887-90; S. P. Alford, 1890-92; J. B.
         At k i ns, W . G. Mi ll er , C . A. W r i g h t, J . W .   Bartle, 189 . 94; I. W. Imboden, 1895; W. F.
         Minium, W. S. Reed, A. H. Smith, M. Kath-                  Jameston, 1895-97; John May, 1897 . 99; J. C.
         erine Riggs, G. H. McClung and H. M. Bloomer,              Zeller, 1899-1902; M. M. McCreight, 1902.04; H.
         the present pastor.                                        C. Burch, 1904.
           The present membership is one hundred and                 There is a membership of one hundred two
         fifty; Sabbath school, o ne hundred and sev-               with a Sabbath school of eighty. The church
         enty-flue.                                                 expended for all purposes last year $1,171. The
           T he chur ch pr operty is valued at $2,8 00.             church property is valued at $7,600; parsonage
         About $900 was required this year to carry on              at $2,500.
         the church work.                                                            BONFIELD

                           GRANT PARK                                The Bonfield charge was organized in 1860
           The charge at Grant Park includes the Grant -            with Rev. Day as its first pastor. It now com-
         Park and Sherburnville churches. It was or-                prises Essex, Reddick and Bonfield, and the Lol-
         ganized at Yellowhead, a point two miles south-            lowing pastors have 'served:
         east of Grant Park, in December, 1838, by Rev.              Rev. Day, 1860; Rev. Forsythe, 1863; William
         .John Clark. The church was moved to Grant                 Collins, 1865; Daniel Kridby, 18G7; A. U. Price,
         Park and the present building erected in 1875.             18G8; Matthew Evans, 1869; B. F. Tronds, 1870; J.
         The church at Sherburnville was organized and              W. Denning, 1871; A. D. Moore, 1872; Jacob
         built in 1883, b y Rev. G. K. Ho ver. Before               Desch, 1873; M. C. Eignus, 1874; Aaron Bower,
         1883 the head of the circuit was at Momence.               1876; John Rogers, ]877; D. S. Main, 1878;
         Following is the list of pastors of the churches           Henry Brink, 1879; B. V. Denning, 1880•; E.
         at Grant Park and Sherburnville since 1883:                Greves, 1881; J. Boggess, 1882; D. W. Dawson,
         In 1883 T. H. Hazelton was appointed pastor                1884; M. T. Fulch, 188G; C. B. Allen, 1887; W.
         and served six months when he was succeeded                C. McCurdy, 1888; E. H. Alford, 1889; D. W.
         b y J . S. B ell, who ser ved the r emaind er o f          Francis, 1891; J. Wallet Puffer, 1893; N. W. At-
         the year; F. H. Haley, in 1884; L. M. Cleon,               kins, 1895; H. Coolidge, 1899; A. R. Jones, 1902;
         1885-88; R. L. Vivian, 1886-90; J. E. Taylor,              and 1904, C. W. Cordes, who is the present
         1890-93; A. W. Lowther, 1893-95; M. A. Hood,               pastor.
         1896; B. F. Eckley, 1896-98; J. G. Evans, 1898-             The church. at Bonfield has a membership of
         1903; J. S. White, 1903—.                                  fifty, Sabbath school of eighty-five. The church
           The present member ship at Grant Par k is                property is valued at $4,000. Total Contribu-
         one hundred and twenty; Sabbath school, one                tions last -year amounted to $363.
         hundred and twenty-flue. Membership at Sher-                The church , at Esse x has a membership of
         b ur nville is t hir t y; Sab b ath scho o l, sixt y.      fo rty; Sund ay school, eighty-flue. Chur ch
         The church spends annually for pastor's salary,            value, $5,000. Contributions, =400.
         benevolence and incidental expenses, $2,400.                At Reddick the church has a membership of
         The church property at Grant Park is valued                fifty; Sunday school, ninety; church property,
         at $7,600, and at Sherburnville, $2,500.                   $5,000; contributions, $400,

                               MANTENO                                                MOMENCE
          The Methodist Episcopal church in Manteno                 T he Fir s: Metho d ist Ep isco p al chur ch o f
         was organized in 1865. The building now occupied           Momence was organized as a head of the Grant




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   10388 Krista Court                                                    10388 Krista Court
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   95014                                                                 95014
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   2 Vincent VACHON-2182-----------------------------------------------                                                           2 Noel LANGLOIS-2184
       BORN:                                                                               BORN:            1604
       PLACE:                                                                              PLACE: St Leonard des Pares,N,France
       MARR:        --799                                                                  MARR: 25 Jul 1634           --800
       PLACE:                                                                              PLACE: Quebec,Quebec Prov.,Canada
       DIED:                                                                               DIED: 14 Jul 1684
       PLACE:                                                                              PLACE: Beauport,Quebec Prov.,Canada
                                                        5 ------------------------------------------------------------------ 5 Jeanne MILLET-2187-
                                                           BORN:                                                                     BORN:
                                                            PLACE:                                                                   PLACE:
                                                           DIED:                                                                     DIED:
                                                            PLACE:                                                                   PLACE:
    1 Paul VACHON-1906 ----------------------                                           1 Marguerite LANGLOIS-1907
       BORN:                                                                               BORN: 3 Sep 1639
       PLACE: LaCopchagniere „ France                                                      PLACE: Quebec,Quebec Prov.,Canada
       MARR: 22 Oct 1653          --691                                                    MARR: 22 Oct 1653           --691
       PLACE: Quebec,Quebec Prov.,Canada                                                   PLACE: Quebec,Quebec Prov.,Canada
       DIED: 24 Jun 1703                                                                   DIED: 24 Sep 1697
       PLACE: Beauport,Quebec Prov.,Canada                                                 PLACE: Beauport,Quebec Prov.,Canada
      Marguerite LANGLOIS-1907 -----------------                                           Paul VACHON-1906
       Spouse                                                                              Spouse
                                                        6 ---------------------                                                       ---------
                                                                                                                                   6 ----------
                                                            BORN:                                                                    BORN:
                                                            PLACE:                                                                   PLACE:
                                                            MARR:                                                                    MARR:
                                                            PLACE:                                                                   PLACE:
                                                            DIED:                                                                    DIED:
                                                            PLACE:                                                                   PLACE:
                          ------------------------------------------------------------------
                          ------------------------------------------------------------------
                           ------------------------------------------------------------------
                           -                                                                3
    3 Sapience RABEAU-2183------------------------------------------------------------------- Francoise Grenier-2185

       BORN:                                                                               BORN:
       PLACE:                                                                              PLACE:
       DIED:                                                                               DIED:     1 Nov 1665
       PLACE:                                                                              PLACE: Quebec,Cuebec Prov.,Canada



                                                         7 -----------------------                                                ------------------
                                                                                                                                   - - - - - - - -
                                                                                                                                  7-----------------
                                                             BORN:                                                                   BORN:
                                                             PLACE:                                                                  PLACE:
    Name and address of submitter:                           DIED:                     Name and address of submitter:                DIED:
    Jack Taylor                                              PLACE:                    Jack Taylor                                   PLACE:
     10388 Krista Court                                                                10388 Krista Court
     Cupertino, California                                                             Cupertino, California
    95014                                                                              95014
     Phone:408 996-0463                                                                Phone:408 996-0463




                  Theakiki Vol. 25 #4                                                                                                  Page 23
                                                               PEDIGREE CHART


                                                                   3 Jul 1992                                                 Chart No. 60


    Number 1 on this chart is the same as no. 13 on chart no. 33



                                                                                             8 Louis DELAUNAY-2194 ......................
                                                                                                   BORN:
                                                                                                   PLACE:
                                                                                               MARR:         --805
                                                  4 Claude DELAUNAY-2192 -----------------------PLACE:
                                                      BORN:                                        DIED:
                                                      PLACE:                                       PLACE:
                                                      MARR:        --804
                                                      PLACE:                                  9 ------------------------------------------
                                                      DIED:                                        BORN:
                                                     PLACE:                                     PLACE:
      2 Louis DELAUNAY-2190 --------------------------------------------------------------------DIED:
         BORN:                                                                                     PLACE:
         PLACE: ,La Rochelle,France
         MARR:       --803                                                                    10    ........................................
         PLACE:                                                                                    BORN:
         DIED:                                                                                     PLACE:
         PLACE:                                                                                    MARR:
                                                  5 Anne BARRIER-2193 --------------------------PLACE:
                                                     BORN:                                      DIED:
                                                      PLACE:                                       PLACE:
                                                      DIED:
                                                      PLACE:                                  11    ----------------------------------------
       1 Anne DELAUNAY-2189 ----------------------                                                 BORN:
         BORN: 10 Jul 1635                                                                         PLACE:
         PLACE: ,La Rochelle,France                                                                DIED:
         MARR: 23 Oct 1661    --802                                                                PLACE:
         PLACE: Quebec,Quebec Prov.,Canada
         DIED:       Dec 1700                                                                 12    ----------------------------------------
          PLACE: Quebec Prov.,Canada                                                               BORN:
         Pierre MAILLOUX-2188 --------------------                                                 PLACE:
         Spouse                                                                                    MARR:
                                                  6   --------------------------------------------PLACE:
                                                      BORN:                                        DIED:
                                                      PLACE:                                       PLACE:
                                                      MARR:
                                                      PLACE:                                  13    ----------------------------------------
                                                      DIED:                                        BORN:
                                                      PLACE:                                       PLACE:
      3 Marguerite CA2ALEDE-2191 ----------------                                                  DIED:
         BORN:                                                                                     PLACE:
_         PLACE:
         DIED:                                                                                14    ----------------------------------------
         PLACE:                                                                                    BORN:
                                                                                                   PLACE:
                                                                                                   MARR:
                                                  7   --------------------------------------------PLACE:
                                                      BORN:                                        DIED:
                                                      PLACE:                                       PLACE:
      Name and address of submitter:                  DIED:
      Jack Taylor                                     PLACE:                                  15    ........................................
       10388 Krista Court                                                                          BORN:
      Cupertino, California                                                                        PLACE:
      95014                                                                                        DIED:
      Phone:408 996-0463                                                                           PLACE:




                   Theakiki Vol. 25 #4                                                                                      Page 24
                                                          PEDIGREE CHART


                                                            3 Jul 1992

Number 1 on this chart is the same as no. 9 on chart no. 40              Number 1 on this chart is the same as no. 8 on chart no. 49


                    Chart No. 61                                                            Chart No. 62




                                              4 ---------------------------------------------------------------- 4 Gervais TREMBLAY-2414
                                                 BORN:                                                                BORN:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
                                                 MARR:                                                                MARR:       --882
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
                                                 DIED:                                                                DIED: 1487/1490
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE: „France
   2 Simon PAJO7-1507 ------------------------                        2 Jacques TREMBLAY Baron-2413 -------------
     BORN: Abt        1530                                                 BORN:
     PLACE: „France                                                        PLACE:
     MARR:        --528                                                    MARR:    --881
     PLACE: „France                                                        PLACE:
     DIED:            1563                                                 DIED:          1554
     PLACE:                                                                PLACE: „France
                                              5 ------------------------                                            5 --------------
                                                 BORN:                                                                BORN:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
                                                 DIED:                                                                DIED:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
   1 Jacqueline PAJOT-1506 ---------------                            1 Gallien TREMBLAY-2412 ----------------
     BORN:                                                                 BORN:
     PLACE:                                                                PLACE:
     MARR:            1564   --527                                         MARR:    --880
     PLACE: Seine,Paris,France                                             PLACE:
     DIED:                                                                 DIED:
     PLACE:                                                                PLACE:
    Nicolas HEBERT-1505 -------------------
     Spouse                                                                Spouse
                                              6 ------------------------                                              6 ------------
                                                 BORN:                                                                BORN:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
                                                 MARR:                                                                MARR:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
                                                 DIED:                                                                DIED:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
   3 Jeanne GUERINEAU-1508 -------------------                           3 -------------------------------------
     BORN: Abt        1530                                                 BORN:
     PLACE: „France                                                        PLACE:
     DIED: 16 Oct 1572                                                     DIED:
     PLACE: „France                                                        PLACE:



                                              7 -----------------------                                             7 -----------
                                                 BORN:                                                                BORN:
                                                 PLACE:                                                               PLACE:
   Name and address of submitter:                DIED:               Name and address of submitter:                   DIED:
   Jack Taylor                                   PLACE:              Jack Taylor                                      PLACE:
   10388 Krista Court                                                10388 Krista Court
   Cupertino, California                                             Cupertino, California
   95014                                                             95014
   Phone:408 996-0463                                                Phone:408 996-0463




                 Theakiki Vol. 25 #4                                                                                          Page 25
                                                              PEDIGREE CHART


                                                              3 Jul 1992                                               Chart No. 63


Number 1 on this chart is the same as no. 8 on chart no. 51



                                                                                         8     BORN:
                                                                                              PLACE:
                                                                                              MARR:
                                              4 MARTIN ROUSSIN-2164 -----------------------    PLACE:
                                                  BORN:                                       DIED:
                                                  PLACE:                                      PLACE:
                                                  MARR:       --791
                                                  PLACE:                                  9 -----------------------------------------
                                                  DIED:    4 Mar 1553                         BORN:
                                                  PLACE: „France                              PLACE:
  2 Marin RWSSIN-2162 ---------------------------------------------------------------------    DIED:
     BORN:                                                                                    PLACE:
     PLACE:
     MARR:        --T90                                                                   10 ----------------------------------------
     PLACE:                                                                                   BORN:
     DIED:      5 Mar 1548                                                                    PLACE:
     PLACE: „France                                                                           MARR:
                                              5 Michelle MOREAU-2165 ---------------------- PLACE:
                                                BORN:                                      DIED:
                                                  PLACE:                                      PLACE:
                                                  DIED:    9 Apr 1553
                                                  PLACE: ,Tourouvre,France                11 ----------------------------------------
  1 Pasquier ROUSSIN-2159 ---------------------------------------------------------------- BORN:
     BORN:                                                                                PLACE:
     PLACE:                                                                                   DIED:
     MARR:        --788                                                                       PLACE:
     PLACE:
     DIED:                                                                                12 ----------------------------------------
     PLACE: ,Trourouvre,France                                                                BORN:
                                                                                              PLACE:
     Spouse                                                                                   MARR:
                                              6   ------------------------------------------- PLACE:
                                                  BORN:                                       DIED:
                                                  PLACE:                                      PLACE:
                                                  MARR:
                                                  PLACE:                                  13 ----------------------------------------
                                                  DIED:                                       BORN:
                                                  PLACE:                                      PLACE:
  3 Progere RAISON-2163------------------------------------------------------------------- DIED:
     BORN:                                                                                    PLACE:
     PLACE:
     DIED: 11 Apr 1553                                                                    14 ----------------------------------------
     PLACE: ,,France                                                                        MARR:
                                              7   ------------------------------------------- PLACE:
                                                  BORN:                                       DIED:
                                                  PLACE:                                      PLACE:
  Name and address of submitter:                  DIED:
  Jack Taylor                                     PLACE:                                  15 ----------------------------------------
  10388 Krista Court                                                                          BORN:
  Cupertino, California                                                                       PLACE:
  95014                                                                                       DIED:
  Phone:408 996-0463                                                                          PLACE:



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                         THEAKIKI INDEX - VOLUME 25 #4

Adams - 8, 19         Cadwell - 6           Durham - 14         Guilford - 14
Alcott - 5            Callahan - 12         Earley - 5          Haines - 10
Alford - 20           Campbell - 11         Eckley - 19, 20     Haley - 20
Allen - 8, 19, 20     Cantway - 10          Eddy - 19           Hall - 6
Ammann - 5            Capelin - 8           Eignus - 20         Halley - 5
Anderson - 5, 11      Case - 10             Enos - 9            Hamburg - 8
Andrews - 8           Catermole - 20        Ethier - 5          Hamilton - 13, 18
Armitage - 8          Chapin - 18           Evans - 19, 20      Haney - 19
Arnold - 5            Chiniquy - 16         Everett - 10        Hanks - 6
Atchinson - 19        Chipman - 10          Fearns - 7          Harris - 20
Atkins - 20           Chipperfield - 19     Fenton - 8          Harrison - 9
Ayres - 11            Christie - 12         F'rfer - 7          Hartman - 6
Baldwin - 8           Clark - 8, 19         Finnegan - 6        Hartwell - 18
Banks - 7             Clatterbuck - 5       Flowers - 18        Hawker - 9
Barbier - 24          Glendenning - 19      Ford - 6            Hazelton - 20
Barnicle - 10         Cleon - 20            Foreman - 8         Head - 19
Barrett - 11          Cleveland - 18        Forsythe - 20       Heagle - 7
Bartle - 20           Clotz - 8             Foster - 19, 20     Hebert - 6, 7, 14, 25
Beauchamp - 8         Cobb - 18, 19         Francis - 20        Helmer - 5
Beaumont - 22         Collins - 6, 19, 20   Frels - 6           Helzerman - 5
Beck - 7              Conderman - 6         Frisbie - 8         Henning - 6
Beebe - 21            Coolidge - 20         Fulch - 20          Henry - 8
Bell - 19, 20         Cooper - 2            Funk - 12           Hertz - 10
Benjamin - 19         Cordes - 20           Gaboriau - 7        Hewitt - 10
Benoit - 7            Cormany - 6           Gagnon - 8          Hill - 10
Betourne - 6          Cote - 5              Gamble - 5          Hinman - 18
Bibbins - 20          Coy - 11              Gay - 13            Hobbie - 10, 18
Bilyard - 14, 15      Crandell - 5          Georgia - 12        Hodley - 19
Bishop - 18           Crawford - 15         Gibeault - 6        Hohmann - 5
Biville - 22          Crook - 6             Gies - 5            Homes - 18
Black - 13            Crumbaker - 19        Gilkey - 6          Hood - 20
Bloomer - 20          Dailey - 11           Gillespie - 20      Horn - 20
Boggess - 20          Dale - 18, 19         Girard - 7          Hover - 20
Bohlmann - 7          Dallas - 5            Giroux - 8, 22      Howard - 10
Bonfield - 19         Davis - 17            Glass - 12          Howes - 10
Bonneau - 5           Dawson - 14, 20       Gleason - 6         Hoyt - 9
Boule - 7             Day - 20              Godard - 22         Hubert - 7
Bowdle - 18           Deach - 20            Goodell - 8         Hughes - 13
Bower - 20            Dehn - 8              Goodwin - 14        Huot/Friot - 5
Bowlby - 11           Delaunay - 24         Gordon - 14         Hurley - 6
Bray - 8              Demers - 5, 6         Gorin - 18          Hutchen - 5
Breault - 8           Denning - 20          Gousett - 13        Idrac - 16
Brice - 11            Dickson - 18, 19      Goyette - 6         Imboden - 20
Briggs - 7            Didier - 10           Graham - 8, 10      Irwin - 12
Brink - 20            Doehren - 7           Grandpre - 8        Jameston - 20
Brophy - 9            Dohn - 9              Green - 5, 11, 12   Jaqish - 8
Buehler - 12          Doney - 19            Grenier - 23        Jehle - 6
Burch - 8, 20         Dubea - 17            Greves - 20         Jeru - 8
Burchard - 10         Dufault - 7           Griswold - 7        Johnson - 9, 11
Burden - 2            Dufresne - 7          Grogan - 11         Jones - 20
Burr - 10, 18         Dumais - 16           Grosso - 2          Joubert - 5, 6
Cadalede - 24         Duprey - 6            Gruer - 12          Joyce - 12

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Judkins - 19           McCreight - 20       Quilleron - 22         Thomas - 7
Keilhotz - 6           McCulloch - 18       Ravens - 2             Thompson - 5
Keller - 6             McCurdy - 20         Reed - 10, 20          Thurtell - 8
Kenny - 17             McElwain - 8         Reeder - 18            Tiffany - 18
Kent - 10              McGrew - 18, 19      Reineker - 6           Titus - 6
King - 7               McHie - 6            Reneau - 16            Treadeau - 13
Kinny - 18             Mcllturf - 12        Reynolds - 9, 20       Tremblay - 25
Kirchner - 5           McVety - 19          Rice - 7, 14           Trimble - 6
Klutz - 9              Mead - 19            Richardson - 8         Tudor - 15
Konklin - 12           Meeske - 5           Riggs - 20             Vachon - 23
Kral - 7               Mercier - 7          Rivard - 5             Vining - 14
Kridby - 20            Merrick - 10         Robert - 8             Vivian - 20
Kutz - 8               Michie - 6           Roberts - 6            Wagner - 11
LaBare - 7             Miller - 20          Roe - 13               Wallace - 6, 7
Lachance - 8           Millet - 23          Roesch - 6             Walls - 5
LaForrest - 6          Minium - 19, 20      Rogers - 19, 20        Wardle - 20
Caine - 7              Moisant - 13         Ruark - 6              Washburne - 20
Lamb - 18              Montague - 12        Sainte - 7             Weher - 8
Lamontagne - 6         Moore - 5, 13, 18,   Sammons - 10           Welch - 18
Lamontayne - 8           19, 20             Schanan - 8            Wheeler - 11
Lamoureux - 7          Moran - 11           Schneider - 6          White - 8, 12, 20
Lancaster - 14         Morgan - 6           Schnoll - 6            Wiley - 7
Langlois - 23          Mortimer - 13        Schoof - 9             Williams - 6
LaPierre - 6           Mosier - 12          Schosser - 13          Wilson - 6
Larivire - 7           Muldoon - 7          Schrempf - 13          Winslow - 13, 20
Caswell - 6            Mullaney - 8         Senesac - 5, 6         Winzor - 11
Catty - 6              Mulligan - 7         Shekey - 8             Woodard - 18
Lax - 6                Munger - 11          Sherman - 15           Woods - 8
Lazenby - 18           Murphy - 6, 18       Shreffler - 14         Workman - 5
Lee - 6                Murray - 11          Shumway - 12           Worth - 12
Lewis - 18             Nate - 20            Simack - 6             Wright - 11, 20
Lezotte - 6            Natts - 5            Simonds - 6            Young - 19
Lillie - 7             Oberlin - 6          Simpson - 19           Zahn - 6
Lino - 7               Olmstead - 20        Skelley - 8            Zeller - 20
Litzenberg - 8         Opperman - 8         Small - 20
Civengood - 6          Packard - 6          Smart - 19             Pages 3 & 4 not
Lockie - 8, 10, 13     Pajot - 25           Smith - 6, 12          included in index.
Logan - 6              Pangburn - 6         Spangler - 7
Lowther - 20           Paquet - 22          St. Aubin - 9
Luckow - 10            Parey - 7            Stang - 2
Lutterback - 6         Parker - 13          Steling - 10
Madden - 7             Paschke - 2          Stelling - 9
Magan - 7              Paskivietz - 7       Stemke - 6
Magruder - 8, 13, 14   Penfield - 11        Stevens - 12
Mahoney - 7            Plume - 6            Stewart - 9
Mailloux - 24          Porter - 6           Stone - 6
Main - 20              Poskin - 6           Strowbridge - 19
Mandler - 6            Potter - 12          Stuff - 18
Many - 7               Powell - 12          Sutcliffe - 18
Marceau - 17           Pratt - 12           Sweet - 6
Marcotte - 16          Preston - 6, 10      Tart - 8, 18
Mather - 12            Price - 20           Tassett - 20
May - 20               Provost - 6          Taylor - 11, 19, 20,
McClane - 18           Pryon - 20             22, 23, 24, 25
McClung - 20           Puffer - 20          Tetter - 6

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