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Surnames: NELSON, LYNDE, HENSLEY, RAMSEY, WILSON
Submitter: Greg Nelson (HISTORYBOY2000@WEBTV.NET)
Date: 12 Mar 2000
I am looking for information on the family of Myron Everett Nelson, Sr.(1821-1884) and his wife Lucy M. Lynde Nelson (1826-1908). They had 5 children: Ben Frank(1854-1889), Myron Everett, Jr. (1845-1905), May Eliz(1847-1848), Ahi S.(1849-1919), Charles C.(1851-). I have information on Ben Frank(he's my gggrandfather). Ben Frank Nelson married Mary B. Furnish(1861-) I have some information on Myron Everett Jr. but would like more. He married Amanda E. Hensley(1849-1932 her Father was A.P. Hensley), I need more info on Ahi S. Nelson who married Harriet Emily Ramsey. I also need information on Charles C. Nelson who married Ella M. Wilson. Ben Frank, Myron Everett Sr. and Jr. are buried in Fisher Cemetary. I think it is Condit Twp. If you have any of these people in your family tree please let me know. You can write to me at: HISTORYBOY2000@WEBTV.NET. THANK YOU for your help.... Greg Nelson
Surnames: NELSON, OGDEN, FURR
Submitter: Alicia Olsen (Pavolitta@aol.com)
Date: 22 Mar 2003
I am looking for information regarding Sarah Odgen born abt 1830 She married Frederick R. Nelson. They had one child to my knowledge Mary Jane Nelson born March 16, 1852 in Danvillion, Illinois. She married a Alexander Furr and was his second wife. Can anyone help me ?
Surnames: NEWELL, WRIGHT, BENNETT
Submitter: Ray Newell (Lnewellr2@aol.com)
Date: 25 Oct 2002
I am looking for. info. on Samuel Newell who married Matilda Jane Wright daughter of James Wright and Rebecca Bennet on June 9 1875 then returned to La Salle co. Allen twp. to live. The 1880 census shows them living at the above location with a daughter age 4. Any info would be greatly appreciated. thank you
Surnames: NICEWANDER, GARRETT, KERR
Submitter: Mildred Slavens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 13 Apr 2001
Looking for families of my great aunts, Mary Jane KERR, married to Jacob Nicewander, and Nancy KERR, married to James M. Garrett, who lived in Champaign County in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Submitter: Edith Rhodes (email@example.com)
Date: 21 Aug 2007
searching for richard h. nodine s parents.richard h. nodine b abt 1821 in new york. col in cilil war 25th infantry.mustered out in 1864.died in champaign il.?hoping to find something naming parents. firstname.lastname@example.org
Surnames: NOLAN, RILEY, RODGERS, FERRIS, CANNON, CAIN, PHELAN?
Submitter: Jenni Nolan (StlthRT13@excite.com)
Date: 20 Jan 2003
Looking for information about my gr. and gr. gr. grandparents. Grandprents still alive- Joseph and Eileen (Ferris) Nolan, both 86. I would like to know if anyone has a family tree of the Nolans in Champaign County, esp. Ivesdale- since the family is so large. Any info would be appreciated.
Submitter: Stephen Norton (email@example.com)
Date: 20 Feb 2001
Am Interested in anything on Harvey Norton who died in 1885 in Tolono Ill. His son was Stephen Norton and Stephen's son was Franklin Merry Norton who was my Grandfather. All were engaged in farming in the Tolono area.Anything would be as appreciated. Stephen E. Norton
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