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Obituary of Mary Ann PARKER (GROVES) , Macoupin County Illinois ©2002 Submitted by: Chris Grove-Surgis

Name of Deceased: PARKER, Mary Ann (GROVES) 
Name of Newspaper: Macoupin County Enquirer
Date of Obituary: 1-3-1946 
Obituary: Mary Ann (GROVES) PARKER Macoupin County Enquirer 1-3- 1946 Mrs. Mary Ann (GROVES) PARKER, 82, died Jan. 3rd, (1946) at her home on Johnson steet (street). She was born Nov. 4, 1863 in Philadelphia, Pa., but most of her life had been spent in or near Carlinville. She was married to Joseph PARKER, who preceded her in death 33 years ago. Surviving her are two children, a son Wendell F., of Polk Township, and a daughter, Mrs. Jessie MANT, of this city, and a granddaughter, Mrs. Maryon PARKER JOINER, of this city. The body was removed to the Heinz funeral home. Funeral services were held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. from the Methodist church. Burial was in city cemetery. The pallbearers were M. E. ELDRED, Jas. NIXON, Chas. TOWSE, Reuben FLEKER, R. C. BALDWIN and Larry LANGE.

Obituary of Annie PASTOR , Macoupin County Illinois ©2008 Submitted by: Rick Doty

Name of Deceased: PASTOR, Annie
Name of Newspaper: Mt.Olive Herald
Date of Obituary:
9 May 1914 
Obituary: Passed to her Rest Mrs. Annie PASTOR, wife of Andrew PASTOR, passed away at her home in this city early Tuesday morning, aged 38 years, 10 months and 9 days. She is survived by her sorrowing husband and several children, who have the deep sympathy of all in their sad bereavement. The funeral services were ( unreadable ) the Holy Slovak Church by Rev. Father STEPUNCIK. {buried Union Miners Cemetery }

Obituary of Mrs. Willis PATCHEN, Macoupin County Illinois ©2002 Submitted by: Chris Grove-Surgis

Name of Deceased: PATCHEN, Willis, Mrs 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL 
Date of Obituary: 6-27-1911 
Obituary: Mrs. Willis PATCHEN  The body of Mrs. Willis PATCHEN was brought to this city about 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, from Atwater, and laid to rest in the city cemetery. Several from this city attended and many others who had intended to go were prevented by reason of the interment taking place one hour earlier than was announced.

Obituary of James O PATTERSON , Macoupin County Illinois ©2008 Submitted by: Rick Doty

Name of Deceased: PATTERSON, James O
Name of Newspaper: Macoupin County Enquirer
Date of Obituary:
23 Oct 1907 
Obituary: DEATH OF J.O.PATTERSON J.O.PATTERSON, aged about 70 years, an old and respected citizen of this county, died at his home in Hettick Sunday morning after an illness of but short duration. He is survived by his wife and seven children, namely; Mrs. Allen OUSTWICK {AUSTWICK}, Charles M., Robert, James and Elbert PATTERSON, all of Hettick, and WIlliam PATTERSON, of Missouri. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Obituary will be published later.

Obituary of Gilbert D. PEARCE, Macoupin County Illinois ©2002 Submitted by: Chris Grove Surgis

Name of Deceased: PEARCE, Gilbert D 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL 
Date of Obituary: 2-8-1911 
Obituary: Gilbert D. PEARCE Daily Enquirer 2-8-1911 Gilbert D. PEARCE, who moved to Jerseyville from Shipman a year ago, a retired farmer, died Friday about 2 o'clock after an illness of six months. He was 50 years of age and leaves a wife and several sons, one of whom is Ray PEARCE, leading man in the Shipman Land & Investment Co. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m., at the Episcopal church of Jerseyville by Rev. TOMLINS.

Obituary of Abram B. PEEBLES, Macoupin County Illinois ©2001 Submitted by: Sue Raffurty McMurry

Name of Deceased: PEEBLES, Abram B. 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL 
Date of Obituary: MARCH 29, 1907 
Obituary: Death of Former Macoupinite Judge PEEBLES received a copy of the Narka (Kas.) News, this week, announcing the death of A. B. PEEBLES at that place March 18, age 69 years. The deceased was formerly a resident of Macoupin county and resided in the Chesterfield vicinity. He was a brother of the late Carter and L. M. PEEBLES, of Chesterfield, and a cousin of Judge PEEBLES, of this city. In 1861 he was married to Elizabeth T. READER, a daughter of the late Paschal READER, of Western Mound. In 1870, Barnett PEEBLES, as he was known to the old settlers, moved to Nebraska, and afterwards to Kansas. He leaves surviving him a wife, two children and five grandchildren.

Obituary of Charles S. PEEBLES, Macoupin County Illinois ©2001 Submitted by: Sue Raffurty McMurry

Name of Deceased: PEEBLES, Charles S. 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL 
Date of Obituary: MARCH 12, 1907 
Obituary: Chas. S. PEEBLES, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen P. PEEBLES, was born in Chesterfield Ill., Dec. 12, 1874, and died at the home of his parents, Sunday, March 10, 1907. He leaves besides his parents one brother, Ottie R., and one sister, Mrs. Laura HARWICK. Charles was in the butcher business with his father until his health failed. He bore his suffering patiently. Rev. Mark WHITE conducted the funeral services at the M. E. church at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Interment was made in the Kirley cemetery.

Obituary of Emily Lucile PEEBLES, Macoupin County Illinois ©2001 Submitted by: Sue Raffurty McMurry

Name of Deceased: PEEBLES, Emily Lucile 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL  
Date of Obituary
: February 28, 1907 
Obituary: Word has been received of the death of Miss Lucile, the ten year old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. PEEBLES, of Waverly, which occurred Tuesday morning. She is a niece of Joseph BIRD, Geo. ARNETT. C. B. COURTNEY, and M. M. KESSINGER, and a cousin of Mrs. H. M. MINTON, besides having other relatives in Carlinville. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. THE DAILY ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1907 - P2. The funeral sermon was preach Emily Lucile PEEBLES, the second child of Mr. and Mrs. William PEEBLES, died at her home in Morgan county at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, February 19, 1907. She was born in Macoupin county, April 29, 1898, and came to her death through an attack of appendicitis. She was of such a cheerful disposition that to know her was to love her. She bore her sickness without a murmur and when told she would not live long she said she was ready to go. She told the relatives good-bye and to meet her in Heaven, where she would first meet her Savior and her little brother. All was done for her that could be done. She leaves to mourn her departure her father and mother, one sister and one brother, besides a host of relatives and friends. ed by Rev. I. N. VAUGHN at Charity church, where she was laid to rest. There were many beautiful flowers. The family has the deepest sympathy of the community in which they live and also in Charity neighborhood, their former home. A Friend

Obituary of Isham J PEEBLES, Macoupin County Illinois ©2001 Submitted by: Sue Raffurty McMurry

Name of Deceased: PEEBLES, Isham J. 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL  
Date of Obituary: March 10, 1899 
Obituary: Word was received by relatives in this city that Judge Isham J. PEEBLES died yesterday at Benton Harbor, Mich. Isham J. PEEBLES was born in Hart county, Kentucky, in the fall of 1824, and consequently was in his 75th year at the time of his death. He was a son of the well known pioneer minister, Rev. Jesse PEEBLES. In the year 1834 the subject of this sketch removed with his father's family to this state and settled at Chesterfield in this county, where he continued to reside until 1865, at which time, having been elected associate judge of the county court of Macoupin county, he removed to this city. After the expiration of his term of office he continued to reside in this city until some seventeen years ago, at which time he removed to Minneapolis, Minn., where he remained until some time within the last year, when on account of failing health he removed to Benton Harbor. He was united in marriage with Miss Harriet BEMENT, who still services and is now left to mourn the irreparable loss of a faithful husband. He also leaves two brothers - Judge L. P. PEEBLES, of this city, and W. B. PEEBLES, of Anna, Ill., to mourn his loss. The remains will arrive in this city on the early train Saturday morning. Funeral will be held at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in city cemetery. Those wishing to see the deceased can do so at the home of his brother, L. P. PEEBLES, on East Main street, Saturday morning from 9 till 12 o'clock

Obituary of Roy P. PEEBLES, Macoupin County Illinois ©2001 Submitted by: Sue Raffurty McMurry

Name of Deceased: PEEBLES, Roy P.
Name of Newspaper: Macoupin County Enquirer
Date of Obituary: March 24, 1935
Obituary: Earl M. PEEBLES' Brother Succumbs at Greenfield. Funeral services for Roy P. PEEBLES, 63, of Greenfield, brother of Earl M. PEEBLES of this city, were held at his home Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., followed by interment in the City Cemetery, Carlinville. Mr. PEEBLES died at his home at 5:45 a.m. Sunday of an acute heart attack. He had been in failing health for the past few months. He was the son of Lewis M. and Josephine METCALF PEEBLES, born April 10, 1874 on a farm near Chesterfield. He was graduated from Blackburn College, Carlinville, with the class of 1895. He was married to Miss Edith M. SARGENT of this city on April 5, 1898. Mr. PEEBLES was an authority on birds and nature life, and was a charter member of the Greenfield Nature Study club. He had been an active member of the Methodist church for 45 years. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Mary Edith PEEBLES, who is a senior in the University of Illinois at Champaign, and his brother, Earl M. of this city.

Obituary of William PEEBLES, Macoupin County Illinois ©2001 Submitted by: Sue Raffurty McMurry

Name of Deceased: PEEBLES, William
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL 
Date of Obituary: MARCH 11, 1899 
Obituary: The death angel, that grim harvester, who calleth upon old and young alike in their turn, visited our community again last week and called one who had withstood the vicissitudes of life's journey for many years. William PEEBLES was born in Hart county, Ky., June 5, 1823, came to Illinois May 1, 1839 with his parents who settled near Chesterfield and has lived in this vicinity ever since. On August 14, 1844 he was united in marriage to Mary E. J. SMITH, which union was blessed with eight children, five of whom survive him. His wife preceded him to the better land, departing this life April 9, 1881, since that time he has resided with his son, Perley. At the age of 14 he was converted and united with the M. E. church and up to the time of his death remained a devoted Christian. He was one of the organizers of the M. E. church in Chesterfield and helped to erect the present church building. He lived a quiet peaceful life, was free from enemies, and showed a zeal for all Christian work emulated by few. He leaves four sons, one daughter, two brothers, one sister, and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren to mourn his loss, who have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement. Funeral services were held in the M. E. church on Thursday morning, March 2, Rev. READ officiating, after which the remains were laid away to rest in the PEEBLES cemetery.

Obituary of Charles PERKS Macoupin County Illinois ©2000 Submitted by: Brian Phillips

Name of Deceased: PERKS, Charles 
Name of Newspaper: Unknown
Date of Obituary:
Obituary: Charles PERKS died at his home in Chicago, Monday June 24, aged 56 years. The body was brought down on the afternoon train Wednesday and taken to the home of Daniel VAIL and was taken yesterday morning to Waverley where the funeral was held. Mr. PERKS was born in Redditch, England and came here about twenty- seven years ago. He worked for Kennedy & Co. and later when the firm changed for Mr. WELLS. About 1876 he went into the butcher business with William CLACK, and about 1883 Mr. CLACK sold out to Mr. HORSEY. Mr. PERKS moved from here to Waverley where he remained for five years when he moved to Chicago. He remained in Chicago five years and moved to Denver for a year, then back to Chicago. Some weeks ago Mr. PERKS was taken sick and while not taken to his bed, was confined to an invalid chair and unable to leave the house. Five weeks ago complications set in which involved almost the whole of his body from head to foot. His heart was affected especially the valves, his kidneys and liver, and a morels of the eyes appeared at least twice. He grew rapidly weaker requiring constantly the attention of the only person whom he would permit to wait upon him, his eyes upon his dear wife whom he affectionately addressed as "dear mamma." Five weeks ago he turned to his Heavenly Father with all his heart and God showed himself very gracious in the forgiveness of his sins, of which he afterward gave such clear evidence until the end. Mr. PERKS leaves a wife and daughter in Chicago and three children in Virden by a former wife. 

Obituary of Annie E. PHELPS (DUNN), Macoupin County Illinois ©2000 Submitted by: xxxxxx

Name of Deceased: PHELPS, Annie E. (DUNN)   
Name of Newspaper: MACOUPIN COUNTY ENQUIRER, Page 1
Date of Obituary: AUGUST 25, 1909 
Obituary: Death of Mrs. PHELPS - Succumbs After an Illness Lasting Six Months (Died August 20, 1909) Mrs. Annie E. PHELPS, wife of E. S. PHELPS of new Womac, died at her home at 11:45 o'clock Friday night, after a lingering illness since last February of a complication of diseases. Mrs. PHELPS was the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William DUNN, Sr., of this city, and would have been 41 years of age next September. She was married Feb. 22, 1899, and leaves surviving her, besides her husband, five children: Eugene, aged 8, Madeline, aged 6, Edward, aged 4, Susan Bertha, aged 3 and Clara Elizabeth, aged 16 months; a mother and father and four sisters and five brothers as follows: Mrs. Fred REINECKE, Carlinville; Mrs. J. C. ROSENTRETER, Springfield; Kate, Susie, Ed, Joe, Will, Dick and John DUNN, all of this city. Mrs. PHELPS was a very exemplary woman and was well known as one of the most progressive school teachers in this county a few years ago. The funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Solomon PHELPS, which were held Sunday morning from St. Mary's church in this city, were largely attended. The pall bearers were Thomas SWEENEY, Joseph GILL, John OWENS, Thomas O'NEIL, Frank RYAN and James F. HARKINS. Her remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery.

Obituary of John W. PHILLIPS, Macoupin County Illinois ©2002  Submitted by: Chris Grove-Surgis

Name of Deceased: PHILLIPS, John W. 
Name of Newspaper: The Daily Enquirer , Carlinville, IL 
Date of Obituary: December 23, 1911 
Obituary: John W. PHILLIPS Daily Enquirer 12-23-1911 Death Angel Calls John W. PHILLIPS Stricken Suddenly at His Home, Monday Evening-Funeral to be Held Tomorrow Afternoon John W. PHILLIPS died very suddenly with heart disease at his home on Orient street, at nice o'clock, Monday night. The news of his death came as a great shock to his many friends, as he was down town as usual, Monday, and was seemingly in his usual health. It appears, however, that he had been complaining of not feeling well and had not worked for three weeks. Some ten days before his death, he had consulted his physician who diagnosed his trouble as valvular heart disease and had cautioned him against any violent exercise. Death is always sad, but when a loved one is taken just at the joyful Christmas tide it seems unusually sad and the family of Mr. PHILLIPS has the sincere sympathy of his many friends for he was popular with all who knew him. Mr. PHILLIPS was born in Gallatin Tenn., Sept. 9, 1841, and was the son of Col. and Mrs. Thad PHILLIPS, who moved to this state when their son was but nine years of age. When the war broke out he joined the 14th Illinois infantry, which was an enlistment for 90 days. At the end of that period he joined the 32nd Illinois and served through all the years of the war and was in many of the big battles. He was married in Girard, January 5th, 1865, to Miss Susan DAVIS, who with their two sons, Bert, at home, and Richard, of Salt Lake, survive him. He also leaves a grandson, Bert, and a great grandson, Richard Kirk. Mr. PHILLIPS was a painter and decorator by trade, a charter member of Orient Lodge in this city and also a Modern Woodman. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock, from his late residence, and will be in charge of Rev. R. Y. WILLIAMS, at the house, and the Knights of Pythias will have charge of services at the grave.

Obituary of Gussie Kitzmiller POST, Macoupin County Illinois ©2000  Submitted by: Francie Graham Smith

Name of Deceased: POST, Miss Gussie Kitzmiller
Name of Newspaper: Unknown
Date of Obituary:
November 16, 1891 
Obituary: DEATH CLAIMS ANOTHER MISS GUSSIE KITZMILLER POST The spark of life, ray of hope and joy to fond parents, passed from the body of Miss Gussie KITZMILLER POST, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. POST, this (Thursday) morning, November 16, 1891, at 5 o'clock. The curtain of night unfolded and the light of eternity was revealed to the deceased, her spirit returning to Him who is the creator and preserver of all mankind. He, whom she put her trust as a pure, virtuous Christian woman. Her life, though brief, was filled with pleasant moments. She was of a happy nature and possessed a host of friends. As a school girl she was beloved by her classmates, and was the hope and joy of her parents and grandparents. She was idolized by her aunt, Mrs. Gussie NORTON, of Chicago. To the brothers, sisters, parents and friends her sudden taking off is a sad, sad blow. Miss Gussie KITZMILLER POST was born September 16th, 1881, on a farm near the city of Girard. With the exception of a few months she has been reared in this community. She was a graduate of the Girard High Schools, and at the time of her death held a position as teacher in the Public Schools. She was a member of the Baptist Church, and a teacher in the Sunday school. She departed this life after 18 years and two months of usefulness to her parents and the community; a dutiful child and a christian worker, a true sister was she to her dear brothers and sisters. Her ailment which proved beyond medical skill was Acute Pharyngitis. Her death is truly lamented by all our citizens and the bereaved family and friends have the sympathy of the community, in their loss. Funeral Saturday from the Baptist church at 2 p.m. Interment in Girard Cemetery.

Obituary of Charles Henry PRANGE, Macoupin County IL © 2006 Submitted by Chris Grove Surgis

Name of Deceased: PRANGE, Charles Henry
Name of Newspaper: Litchfield News Herald
Date of Obituary
: 4-29-1932
Obituary: PRANGE, Charles Henry 4-29-1932 Saturday Litchfield News Herald Prominent Farmer of Near Harvel Dies Here Today Charles Henry PRANGE age 85 years, a prominent farmer near Harvel, died at the St. Frances hospital at 4 a.m. this morning following a surgical operation for stomach trouble from which he has been a sufferer for the last few months. Mr. PRANGE was born at Mt. Olive, Ill., May 7, 1866 and at the time of his death was aged 56 years, 11 months, and 22 days old. Besides his widow who was formerly Miss Minnie NOLLMAN of Nokomis i.e. is survived by the following one son, William PRANGE, two daughters Lillian and Selma, one grandchild, six brothers Henry of Litchfield, Frank, John, and Edward of Mt. Olive, William and August of New Douglas and a large number of other relatives. The remains were taken to Dodds Undertaking Parlors and later to the home near Harvel where funeral services and burial will take place. Rev. Schultz of Harvel will officiate. Mr. PRANGE was for a number of years a member of the board of supervisors of Christian county. He was also a member of the Lutheran church of Harvel.

Obituary of Cyrus Tice PROUTY, Macoupin County Illinois ©2003 Ron Grassi

Name of Deceased: PROUTY, Cyrus Tice 
Name of Newspaper: The Kingfisher Free Press, OK 
Date of Obituary: December 17, 1903 
Obituary: The Kingfisher Free Press December 17, 1903 ACROSS THE RIVER Col. C. T. PROUTY Called to Rest-A Good Man Gone Another good man has gone to his reward. Col. PROUTY is dead. We would fain believe it were not true, but we must bow to the inevitable. Three times in the past ten weeks has the grim Destroyer visited the PROUTY home. A loving daughter was taken and within a few short days a beloved son-in-law, and now the colonel has gone from among us, and we shall see him here no more. But to the bereaved family there is left that one solace- that meeting over on the other side of the river. "Whom the Lord loveth He chasteneth." The ways of the Omnipotent are past finding out, but some day, some where, some times those who folourn, and they are many, will understand why these things must be. Col. PROUTY was a Christian gentleman, a public-spirited citizen-one whose counsel and cheer will be missed in every worthy enterprise, a man beloved by his fellow men. He was always ready to help the needy, and to sympathize with those in sorrow. Truly he was a good man. Cyrus T. PROUTY was the son of Dr. Hugh PROUTY, a prominent New York physician, later of Ohio, and who met his death by accidental drowning in 1851. His mother, whose maiden name was Margaret TICE, died while the deceased was but a child. He was born in Monroeville, Ohio, June 12, 1840, and in 1858 came to Carlinville, Illinois, where he taught school until the breaking out of the Civil War. In September, 1861, he enlisted in Co. A, 32nd Illinois Infantry, and served in the army of Tennessee, took part in the battles of Ft. Henry, Donelson and Shiloh. In the battle of Shiloh, he was wounded in the right knee cap, and was off duty until September, '62, when he rejoined his regiment. He was brevetted Lt. Col. for his conspicuous bravery at Shiloh. In October, 1863, he resigned from the army on account of disability, and took up his avocation of school teaching. In 1864 he was appointed deputy Internal Revenue Collector for the Seventh District, and in 1868 was elected to the Illinois legislature. In 1874 he was appointed postmaster at Carlinville, Ill., by GRANT, re-appointed by HAYES and again in 1882 by Arthur. February 12, 1863, he was united in marriage to Miss Julia F. VAN OSDELL. They moved to Dighton, Kansas, in 1897, and to Kingfisher in 1890. He was elected to the Oklahoma Council in 1894 over Callahan, and served with distinction on several important committees. He was appointed in 1899 by Gov. BARNES to the office of Chief Grain Inspector of the territory, which position he held until the time of his death. He was a consistent member of the Congregational church, in which church the funeral services were held Sunday afternoon. Four children were born to C. T. and Julia PROUTY, two of them, William and Ida, having preceded their father to the better land. The two surviving children, Frank and Mrs. Alberta WILKINSON, and their mother are left to mourn. "In my father's house are many mansions; if it were not so I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you that where I am, there may you be also." The deceased was member of the Board of Education, of Kingfisher Lodge No. 8, A. F. & A. M., and Kingfisher Post No. 2, G. A. R. The various organizations have passed appropriate resolutions, some of which we publish, the others reaching us too late for this issue. The funeral services were held at the Congregational church Sunday afternoon. The Masonic lodge, Kingfisher Post, G. A. R., the Grain Dealers Association and the Board of Education of this city, four organizations of which he was a member, each attended in a body. A large number of people were present in fact there was not room for nearly all who came, and many were turned away. The services began at 3:45 the choir singing "Rock of Ages." The Rev. Dwight S. BAYLEY, pastor, read some selections from the Bible and offered short prayer. Rev. J. H. PARKER, a former pastor and long-time personal friend of the deceased, preached a short sermon, taking as his text, Acts 11th, 24th, "For he was a good man." The service closed with the hymn, "Asleep in Jesus." The Masonic order took charge of the services after the sermon and the burial was conducted according to their ritual.

Obituary of Julia Franklin PROUTY (VAN ARSDALE), Macoupin County IL © 2003 Submitted by Ron Grassi

Name of Deceased: PROUTY, Julia Franklin (VAN ARSDALE
Name of Newspaper: Kingfisher, OK Times 
Date of Obituary:  August 21, 1924 
Obituary: MRS. PROUTY DIES Julia F. VAN ARSDALE PROUTY passed away at Tucson, Arizona, last Friday at the age of 81 years and was buried in the Kingfisher Cemetery. Reverend OAKES had charge of the services at the Congregational church Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. PROUTY and her husband, who preceded her nine years, were both old timers in this section, and well known and respected by people over a large part of the county. In the early days, Mr. PROUTY was quite an influential citizen here and was a member of the territorial legislature. The following out-of-town people attended the funeral: Dr. GORE, of Tucson, Arizona; Mrs. Alberta WILKINSON; Frank PROUTY; Mrs. E. M. FLICKINGER and Mrs. TRUESDELL.

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