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Surnames: MACKEY, WHITE, MOLL/MULL, FLYNN/FLINN
Submitter:
EVA FRY ([email protected])
Date: 28 Mar 2001

DO YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THE SURNAME OF MACKEY? THE PEOPLE ARE FROM THE 1800'S TO THE PRESENT. MAINLY AROUND PIATT COUNTY. LIVED IN MONTICELLO, BEMENT, CHAMPAIGN. I WAS TOLD THERE IS A BOOK CALLED THE CORN OF THE SANGAMON BOTTOMS THAT WAS WRITTEN ABOUT THE MACKEY FAMILY. CAN YOU HELP ME?

Surnames: MALEY/O'MALEY
Submitter:
Patricia MALEY-CURTIS ([email protected])
Date: 28 Oct 2000

Looking for parents of Edward (O'MALEY) MALEY and Catherine WHALEN. Edward b 7-Feb-1820 County Carlow, Ireland d 17-Nov-1892 Pesotum,Champaign Co.,IL. Catherine b 1822 County Carlow,Ireland d 14-Feb-1896 Pesotum,Champaign Co.,IL. They had 9 children: Michael; Francis; Philip; Mary; Edward; Patrick; John; Anastasia; James. Would like to correspond with their descendants.

Surnames: MALLORY, BROWNFIELD, OSBORN, HILDRETH, HOWE, WILSON, SLIDER, MORRAINE, HAYES
Submitter:
Justin Swanstrom ([email protected])
Date: 16 Dec 2000

Looking for info on John Mallory, of Champaign County. He was born about 1792 in Virginia. He moved to Harrison Co, Kentucky, where he married Elizabeth Brownfield 5 May 1825. She died in 1830; John came to Champaign Co in 1832 with her parents. He married Mary Osborn 29 August 1833, then married Angeline Hildreth Howe on 15 August 1842. His older children inherited property from their Brownfield grandfather in 1838. In 1842, he was a candidate for Constable, and in 1846 he was elected Justice of the Peace. His widow Angeline died in 1860. He was then already dead, or he left the county with his children later the same year. He had children: Mary (c1838) md Hooper Morraine; Nancy (c1829) md John B. Hayes; James (c1830); Emma F. (c1835) md David Slider; Cornelia (c1837-1850); Verilla (c1839) md ... Morrison; Esseneth (1843-1855); Elizabeth Ann (1846-1909) md John J. Wilson; and Robert (c1849). The family seems to have left the county in 1860. I'd like to find out where they went. Elizabeth returned after 13 years and married a neighbor of her Howe half-brothers. I'm also looking for the parents of John Mallory, and further connections to all of these families.

Surnames: MANK
Submitter:
Denise Pagel Moskovitz ([email protected])
Date: 09 Feb 2002

I'm trying to get a copy of the obituary for Winston C MANK, age 81 from Champaign IL. He passed away 25 Jan 2002. The News-Gazette online doesn't have the full obituary notice. Thank you! Denise Pagel Moskovitz, [email protected]

Surnames: MANSFIELD
Submitter:
Kathy Mansfield ([email protected])
Date: 04 Mar 2001

I am looking for information for the following Mansfield's. They lived in Grant County, Indiana during the 1850 census, but acording to a statement written by our gr gr grafather Martin S. Mansfield relocated to Champaign County ILL between 1850 and 1861. I believe they lived in Homer and St. Joe. They enlisted in the CIvil War as follows: Charles MAnsfield -ILL E 51 Il US INfantry** I think this is the father of the folowing: Asbury Mansfield K 133 Il US INfantry, David Mansfield C 25 Il Infantry, Martin Mansfield C 25 Il infantry, James MAnsfield b 51 Il infantry. I would love help getting detailed records. I am also trying to find death records etc. so I can learn who Charles' parents were and so I can track marriages of the "children". Thank you for your help, Kathy Mansfield

Surnames: MANTOOTH, THOMPSON, NEWHOUSE, BENSON
Submitter:
Melissa Benson Johnson ([email protected])
Date: 30 Jul 2002

My mother and father where from Indiana/Tennesee... my mother's maiden name was Thompson - her father was Harry, he has 3 brothers Her mother was Lula Belle Mantooth.Salem or Spencer.. My father is Phillip Harrison Benson/ Tipton/ His father was Swede Harry Benson, and his mother was a Newhouse...

Surnames: MARSH, SLOAN, FITHIAN, PETERSON, ROWE
Submitter:
Beverly (HIMES) BARGER ([email protected])
Date: 02 May 2000
URL: http://members.truepath.com/beverly/index.html

Does anyone have access to the Champaign Co, Illinois Lynn Grove Cemetery records? I am searching for burial of William S.MARSH,(s/of Jesse MARSH & Ann (SLOAN)), b. 21 Sept.1831 Warren Co, OH d. 19 July 1899 Champaign Co, IL married 20 November 1853 Warren Co, OHIO Catherine Louise FITHIAN b. 1832 Warren Co, OH d. 1 Sept 1888 Champaign Co, Illinois both buried Lynn Grove Cemetery. Their children were; George MARSH, Ann MARSH, Eliza(MARSH)PETERSON, John MARSH, Emma(MARSH)ROWE, Mary MARSH and Granville MARSH. My ancestry is in the HIMES link of our homepage: http://members.truepath.com/beverly/index.html Thank you for your time! Beverly (HIMES) BARGER

Surnames: MARSHALL, GROVE, MERRITT
Submitter:
Vikki Bullard ([email protected])
Date: 23 Aug 2000

Seeking info on John S. MARHSALL, moved to Champaign Co by 1900. Children were William R., Alfred L. Elmer Ellsworth, Mabel (May) and Leslie (boy). Alfred married Mary Ann Grove and had Bertha, (m. Z.B. Merritt), Clarence, Howard (m.Margaret), and twins Horace (m. Clara) and Harley (m. Faith Brown). Particularly trying to find decendants.

Surnames: MARTIN
Submitter:
John Prime ([email protected])
Date: 11 May 2002

Would some kind soul look up a marriage license for me? Between one Jack Martin and a Marcella UNKNOWN. Seeking her maiden name and any other info available such as her date of birth, parents, etc. She was married on March 11, 1925, divorced in Shreveport, LA in early 1940. Thanks!

Surnames: MARTIN
Submitter:
winifred Dixon ([email protected])
Date: 06 Aug 2001

Would someone be kind enough to look-up the death date of Perry Martin, married Mary O. Keltner, in 1895. He was in Champaigne, Il. in the U.S. 1920 census.

Surnames: MARTINIE, WATTS, CHURCHILL, RICE, DAGUE, FLICK, KINCANNON, DICKINSON, CLER
Submitter:
Richard A. Martinie ([email protected])
Date: 08 Apr 2001

I am working on the Martinie Families that settled in the Longview and Raymond Township area during the 1860s and later. Martinie names include William Coblin, David A., William Arthur, etc. Many children were born to these families and are buried in Fairfield Cemetery - Newman, IL and in Lynn Grove Cemetery, Raymond TWP. Married names include: Watts, Triplett, Bryant, Dague, Keefe, Rice, Dickinson, Trammel, Cord, Flick, Cler, Martin, Webber, Churchill, Kincannon.

Surnames: MCCALL
Submitter:
John A. McCall ([email protected])
Date: 27 Feb 2001

I am attempting to write a history on the enployment of my ancestors. I would like to hear from anyone that would have knowledge of the Champaign Schools and/or the credit union of the school system. My father was James Arthur McCall and he started teaching about 1922 in Champaign. He resigned about 1940 and went to work for the Illinois Credit Union League. He was treasurer of the school credit union at one time. John A. McCall, 230 E. Cambridge Drive, Lake Ozark, MO 65049

Surnames: MCCARTY
Submitter:
ML Guerrieri ([email protected])
Date: 18 Feb 2003

Looking for Clayburn McCarty. The St. Joseph newspaper,1894 said his son-in-law Elder Warren visited on Monday &Tuesday. Where did Clayburn live? What happened to him next?

Surnames: MCCARTY, HILL
Submitter:
Jim Johnson ([email protected])
Date: 13 Dec 2004

I am trying to get some information on Jane McCarty and her son, Henry. Henry was born in Illinois in 1859, possibly September. He and his mom moved back to Tippecanoe County, Indiana soon after his birth. The 1860 census showed them living with John H. and Nancy Hill.
It is my belief that she was living with Sarah S., Elizabeth, and Catharine McCarty in Champaign County, Illinois at the time of Henry's birth. Jane McCarty was born in Ohio, but, showed up in Tippecanoe County, Indiana on the 1850 Census. I have found no proof that she was married at the time of Henry's birth. Thanks.

Surnames: MCCLOUD
Submitter:
Randy McCloud ([email protected])
Date: 12 Apr 2001

I am looking for any information on my Great Grandfather's parents. He was born in Urbana, IL on July 5, 1847. His name was Salathiel McCloud and his mother's name was Sarah Hill. I don't know his father's name and am greatly interested in finding this out. Any help is appreciated.

Surnames: MCCOY, MURPHY
Submitter:
Jane ([email protected])
Date: 22 May 2002

Jemima McCOY m Cyrus Newton MURPHY 1869 - OH>IL? Looking for information on Cyrus Newton and Jemima (McCOY) MURPHY and their children. Cyrus was the son of Jesse Murphy and Ellen Matthews and died about 1900 in OH. Cyrus and Jemima were married in Pie County, OH on May 13, 1869. Jemima may have moved to IL. after 1904 and lived near or with one of her children. I have information that she died March 08, 1921 in IL at St. Joseph, Champaign County, Illinois but have been unable to confirm death date or location. Can anyone confirm this information? I am also looking for confirmation on parents of Jemima McCoy. Any information on this couple and their children would also be appreciated.

Surnames: MCCULLAM, THOMAS, GLEASON, PATTERSON, HILDEBRAND, LACEY, LANDER, SPRINGER, ROBERTS
Submitter:
Joann Fenili ([email protected])
Date: 04 Sep 2000

Seeking genalogical information from the descendants of Joseph Stayton/Staton Sr. and his second wife, Elizabeth. They were married in Champaign county Illinois 19 August 1837. I understand that Joseph had 17 children the last 5 by his second wife, Elizabeth. These children were: Robert b. abt. 1838; John H. b. abt. 1840; Elizabeth b. abt. 1842; Hester Ann b. abt. 1844 and Emeline, b. about 1848. Elizabeth died 24 December 1882 and was buried in the Patterson Cemetery in St. Joseph Township, Champaign county. She had been previously married to Matthew McCullam, 21 Feb 1827 in Adams county Ohio. Upon Matthew's death, Elizabeth raised her three children until she remarried Joseph Stayton. These children were: Cyrus, William, and Mary. Elizabeth was born 23 January 1812, the fourth child of Cyrus Strong, an early pioneer of St. Joseph Township and his first wife, Mary Polly Linnebary. Through her father's line Elizabeth Strong McCullam Stayton (and therefore her children by Joe!) are all second cousins to Nathan Hale (Yes! That one!!) If anyone knows of other Strong descendants through the Stayton family or through any of the following families that intermarried with Cyrus Strong's children, please contact me: Roberts, Hildebrand, Springer, McCullam, Patterson, Swearingen, Elias Thomas, Ebenezer P. Gleason, Thomas Lacey(Losey), Jacob Thomas, or Joseph C. Lander. Thanks so much.

Surnames: MCCUMBER
Submitter:
Barbara morgan ([email protected])
Date: 13 Jan 2001

I think my G-Grandfather lived around Champaign Co, Ill sometime in the 1830's I am trying to find out who his Mother and father was,His name was George H. Mccumber, born Aug 2,1828 in Ohio, but married in Ill. I know where he was married, but can not find his family any where "for sure." No school records if anyone can help, please let me know Thanks Barbara

Surnames: MCCUTCHEON/CUTCHEON, YOUNG
Submitter:
John McCutcheon ([email protected])
Date: 28 Mar 2000

Looking for wedding of Oscar MCCUTCHEON (or M. CUTCHEON) and Sarah Jane YOUNG, around 1859, in or near Urbana, Champaign Co., IL. Also for obituaries for same. Sarah Jane MCCUTCHEON d. 1868 at Parkville. Oscar MCCUTCHEON d. ca. 1869 after an accident at his sawmill at Soonover. Any information greatly appreciated.

Surnames: MCGUIRE, BAILEY
Submitter:
Teresa McGuire ([email protected])
Date: 02 Jul 2002

I am looking for information on the McGuire family. My grandfather, Harold J McGuire was born in Urbana, Sept. 3, 1899. To James Jr. and Louisa Bailey. Any information would help. Thank you.

Surnames: MCKINZIE - LEAL PARK
Submitter:
Allen Armstrong ([email protected])
Date: 21 Sep 2000

Leal Park. I was told there once once a cemetery on the grounds of what is now Leal Park on West University Avenue near 5 points in Urbana. Can someone confirm this. I'm also told that there are no records on the peoiple who may have been buried there. I'm particulary interested in the McKinzies ( McKensies, MacKenzies) who owned property adjancent to what now may be Leal Park. Would greatly appreciate a response to this board as well as my E-Mail addres: [email protected]

Surnames: MCLENNAN, WHITED
Submitter:
Jina Jumper ([email protected])
Date: 19 Apr 2002

Searching for birth records for Cora Mae MCLENNAN, July 1869 in S. Pesotum and William Albert WHITED born 1850-59? in S. Pesotum. Anyone with information re: these or poss. relations please email me.

Surnames: MCMANAWAY, SHAW, MCMANNAMY, DRULLINGER, BALTZELL, DEAN
Submitter:
Jill Adami ([email protected])
Date: 22 Jan 2003

Searching for information on the McMANAWAY/McMANNAMY famly. The widow Malinda McManaway came to Champaign Co. from Shelby Co., OH sometime between the 1870-1880 census years. With her were her children: Josehone, Samuel, John L., and Margaret ("Maggie"). Malinda's daughter from her first marriage to Peter BALTZELL in Shelby Co., OH, was Eliza Jane Baltzell who was already in Champaign Co. and married to Elmer H. DEAN. If anyone possesses any information about this family, I would very much like to hear from you and would be happy to share what I have acquired. One of the mysteries I'd like to solve is what happened to the widow Malinda Sharp Baltzell McManaway. She was on the 1880 IL census for Champaign Co. and that's the last trace of her that I can find.

Surnames: MCNABB
Submitter:
Jean E. Butler ([email protected])
Date: 23 Sep 2001

I saw where someone had the names BABB and also the name McNabb. I to, am searching these names that originated in Columbiana Co, Ohio. Especially Thomas McNabb who married Keziah BABB. I will share information with anyone interested. Jean

Surnames: MCNEIL
Submitter:
Mark D. Jones ([email protected])
Date: 17 Jan 2000

Would like to correspond with somebody in the Mahonet area. I am seeking the gravesite of Confederate Soldier Jesse McNeil

Surnames: MEADE, MEATH, PFEFFER
Submitter:
Jennifer Auten ([email protected])
Date: 06 Jan 2002

I am looking for information about descendants of John MEATH(born 1852), John MEADE (born 1839), and John PFEFFER (born 1804). Families of these men lived in Champaign county at least through 1900.

Surnames: MEHARRY, DOUGHERTY
Submitter:
Betty VanLeer ([email protected])
Date: 03 Dec 2000

Looking for information on a Paul Meharry who married a Dougherty from Fairmount, Illinois. Working on the dougherty lineage, and need info on this famly. Please e-mail to [email protected]

Surnames: MELAHN/MELOHN
Submitter:
Connie Mumm ([email protected])
Date: 12 Apr 2001

I am interested in any history on Johann Chris Melahn who setttled in Il in 1861 around Champaign area and later Philo area. The name is spelled also Melohn by some.

Surnames: MILES, LEFEVRE
Submitter:
Ella Miller ([email protected])
Date: 01 Apr 2001

Seeking information on great grandparents; Cryil & Margaret LeFevre Miles. Farmed near the Penfield area. Any information greatly appreciated. Particularly on the LeFevre branch. thanks.

Surnames: MILLER, HOWE
Submitter:
Jen Schau ([email protected])
Date: 25 Feb 2006

Searching for further information on David Miller b. 1-10-1834 married Lydia Howe b.7-6-1841. They were married in Champaign County, Illinois on 2-19-1857. I have found most of their children and have traced their lives through death but am looking for ancestor information. Please contact me at [email protected]

Surnames: MILLS
Submitter:
linda boyd ([email protected])
Date: 02 Mar 2000

I am trying to find some info on Dr. Charles h. Mills of Champaign co. Ill.. Did he have a son Charles who was also a doctor and who moved to Ohio. Please e-mail me. Any info would be appreciated. Lin

Surnames: MITCHELL MEESE
Submitter:
Billy L. Mitchell ([email protected])
Date: 01 Oct 2001

I would like to know when and where a Rebecca Anne Mitchell died, also where she is buried if possible. She could have went by the name of Anne Mitchell, her maiden name was Meese, she was was born in Vigo County IN. She may of died about the years from 1889 to 1891 or there abouts. She was married to John Wesley Mitchell. I know they lived in Champaign County but John also lived in Vermillion County as well.

Surnames: MITCHELL, SWEARINGEN
Submitter:
Billy Mitchell ([email protected])
Date: 05 Dec 2000

I am trying information on William Mitchell from the St.Joseph area. I do not know who his parents were but his father came from England. Williams wife's name was Ammanda Swearingen, she came from Kentucky. William and Ammanda moved here from Peoria County, they were also married in Peoria County.

Surnames: MOHN, JORDEN/JORDAN
Submitter:
Earl Naylor ([email protected])
Date: 14 Oct 2008

I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THE JOHN MOHN FAMILY WHO LIVED IN CHAMPAIGN COUNTY ANYTIME BETWEEN 1860, TO 1890. JOHN MOHN MARRIED MARY ELLEN JORDEN OR JORDAN. THEY HAD THREE CHILDREN, EDWARD, OLLIE MAE AND WILLIAM. I BELIEVE MARY ELLEN DIED IN 1833 PROBABLY IN ILLINOIS. OLLIE MAE WAS MY GRANDMOTHER

Surnames: MONAHAN/MONAHAGN
Submitter:
B. Golden ([email protected])
Date: 15 Oct 2004

I'd like to get in touch with any researchers or descendants interested in the Monahan / Monahagn surname in Champaign County Illinois. Patrick and Mary (O'Connell) Monahan came to New York from County Galway, Ireland in 1867. By 1869 they were in Champaign, Champaign Co., IL. They are listed on 1880 census in Champaign. Patrick b. 1830, worked on the railroad; Mary b. 1840; children: Mary b. 1864, Ire.; Delia b. 1865, Ire.; Kate (Katherine) b. 1867, NY (family legend says she was born at sea); Thomas b.
1869, IL; Michael b. 1872, IL; Ella (Ellen) b. 1874, IL; John b. 1876, IL. In addition, Agnes Ann was born 1881 and married James Marshall Kerr in 1901 and raised two sons and four daughters. Mary Monahan died in 1894 and Patrick in 1906. They are almost certainly buried in the St. Mary Catholic Church cemetery, but I don't know if they have tombstones or not. The other Monahans listed in 1880 in Champaign Co. included another couple named Patrick and Mary living in South Homer. Patrick Monaghan b. 1840 Ire., Saloon Keeper; Mary b. 1850 Ire., Thomas P. Monaghan b. 1876, IL; Catherine b. 1878, IL.. Also listed were Mary Monahan b. 1860 Ire. working as a servant in the Charles W. Spear and Alice J. Spear household in Champaign and Ben Monahan b. 1859 OH working as a laborer in the Madison Cooper and Eleanor Cooper household in Pesotum.

Surnames: MOORE, FLEMING
Submitter:
Betty VanLeer ([email protected])
Date: 09 Nov 2002

Searching for information on Opal Moore b.1893. She was the daughter of Curtis and Sallie Fleming Moore who lived in Sidney. She graduated from Sidney High School, and worked at the bank. She had a brother Harry. Harry must have died young, cannot find him anywhere. Curt died 1934. What happened to Opal and where is she buried. Can anyone out there help?? PLEASE E-MAIL

Surnames: MOREHOUSE, MINCHER, KEY
Submitter:
Richard S. Clark ([email protected])
Date: 18 Aug 2002

I am looking for information on Robert MOREHOUSE and his family, as shown in the 1870 census for Stanton, Champaigne County, Illinois. I think that this might be a match for the second husband of my ggg-grandmother, Eliza Jane KEY. Her first husband had died about 1848. Eliza married a Robert MOREHOUSE in Louisa County, Iowa, during 1849. In the 1850 census, they are shown with a son, Wilson MOREHOUSE, and the children from Eliza's first marriage. In the 1860 census for Louisa County, Iowa, Eliza has resumed the name MINCHER, and is living with her MINCHER children. There are no records of any MOREHOUSE having been buried in Louisa County. In the 1910 census, Eliza is listed as being the mother of 8 children, 5 of which were MINCHER and 3 must have been MOREHOUSE. Therefore, I am guessing that Eliza had three children with Robert MOREHOUSE, before Robert left her. From the 1850 census for Louisa County, Robert's place of birth is given as Indiana. This is a match for the Robert MOREHOUSE listed in the 1870 census for Champaigne county. I had found a listing for Robert and Wilson MOREHOUSE in an 1870/1871 directory for Champaigne county, which led me to the census. Listed in the 1870 census are: Robert, 40, farmer; Nancy, 33, keeping house; William, 16, attending school; Wilson, 25; Alice, 15, attending school; John, 4; Hallier?, 5; Frank, 6; Mary, 4; Joseph, 2 While these ages don't exactly agree with the 1850 census (Robert should be about 44, and Wilson about 21), these are reasonably close considering accuracy found in other censuses. Also curious is the fact that Alice and William seem to have been born between 1850 and 1860 - again, within line to have been Eliza's children. It appears that "Nancy" is a second wife in this census, with younger children of her own by Robert. Nancy, if her age is correct, would have been fairly young to have been the mother of Alice and William, and would not explain the large gap in the ages of the children given (Alice is 15, next is Frank, age 6). I have limited sources available, and couldn't find these individuals in any records of the 1880 era. I was curious if anyone had any information on this MOREHOUSE family between 1860 and 1880. Thank you.

Surnames: MORRISONS
Submitter:
Gary Parker ([email protected])
Date: 28 Jul 2002

Researching Alexander Morrison and his wife Mary Anna Hendrickson. They were married in 1867 in Champaign County, Illinois. Their son Charles T Morrison born in 1872.

Surnames: MORRISONS, COATS, HAMM, PARKER, STACY, KING, KNIGHT, ESHOM, HUGHES
Submitter:
Gary Parker ([email protected])
Date: 28 Jul 2002

Researching Alexander Morrison and his wife Mary Anna Hendrickson. They were married in 1867 in Champaign County, Illinois Their son Charles T Morrison born in 1872.

Surnames: MORRISONS, PARKER
Submitter:
Gary Parker ([email protected])
Date: 28 Jul 2002

Researching Alexander Morrison and his wife Mary Anna Hendrickson. They were married in 1867 in Champaign County, Illinois Their son Charles T Morrison born in 1872.

Surnames: MORRISON, HENDRICKSON
Submitter:
Gary Parker ([email protected])
Date: 10 Jul 2001

Looking for information on Alexander Morrison and his wife Mary Anna Hendrickson. Alexander and Mary Anna were married on Sept 25, 1867 in Homer, Champaign County, Illinois. Their son Charles Townsend Morrison was born on April 28, 1872 in Homer. Gary Parker

Surnames: MOSS, JOHNSON
Submitter:
Gail Vanderhoof ([email protected])
Date: 26 Nov 2001

I want to exchange information on the family of James MOSS, who died of cholera Summer 1834 in Big Grove Champaign IL, and his wife, Nancy. Their children were: Andrew Moss, Jane Moss, Eleanor Moss, Sarah Moss who married 19 Feb 1835 Amos Johnson Sr, Catherine Moss who married 28 Sep 1836 Big Grove Champaign IL James JOHNSON Sr b VA, Margaret Moss, David Moss who married 5 Feb 1859 Champaign IL Mrs. Mary Lucinda JOHNSON

Surnames: MYLER/MYLOR/MILOR, MCCLELLAND
Submitter:
Rose ([email protected])
Date: 18 Feb 2001

MYLER family of Champaign County, and sometimes Vermilion, too. William Myler moved to Champaign Co. circa 1864 with his wife Experience. They were still there in 1878, but by 1888 William had died. Experience moved to Missouri. Thier son John Myler/Myler also lived in the area. Any help on this family would be greatly appreciated. Looking for death certificate of William, died between 1878 and 1888.



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