Individual Notes

Note for:   William Hardin HALL,   ABT 1849 -          Index

Individual Note:
     According to Lucy Miller Dodd's notes, Hardin lived in CA.

From the 1880 Census for Talkington Twp, Sangamon Co, IL:
Hardin HALL Self M Male W 30 IL Farming --- ---
    Mary HALL Wife M Female W 24 IL Keeping House TN KY
    James HALL Son S Male W 2 MO IL IL
    Peruclia HENLY MotherL W Female W 56 KY NC GA

Individual Notes

Note for:   George W. HALL,   1854 - 1897         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery


Individual Notes

Note for:   Allen Harper Smith HALL,   16 AUG 1860 - 12 JUL 1941         Index

Individual Note:
     From the 1900 Census for Marysville, Marshall Co, KS:
HallAllenheadAug, 1860 39 m.18yrs. IL IL MOTeamster
EmmawifeJul, 1862 38 m.18yrs. IL ENG IL
EdwardsonNov, 1882 17ILILILTeamster
Elladau.Dec, 1884 15KSILIL
PercysonOct, 1886 13KSILIL
CharleysonSep, 1888 11KSILIL
Goldiedau.Sep, 1890 9KSILIL
Ettiedau.May, 1894 6KSILIL
Nettiedau.May, 1894 6KSILIL
La RaysonJan, 1897 3KSILIL
Flossiedau.Apr, 1899 1KSILIL

Individual Notes

Note for:   James Marion JACOBS,   1849 -          Index

Individual Note:
     From the 1880 census for Prairieton, Christian Co, IL:
    James N. JACOBS Self M Male W 31 IL Farmer KY IL
    Amanda JACOBS Wife M Female W 27 IL Keeps House IL IL
    Carry L. JACOBS Dau S Femal
    Hattie B. JACOBS Dau S Female W 6 IL IL IL

Individual Notes

Note for:   Samuel LOWRY,   9 DEC 1834 - 26 OCT 1909         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   28 OCT 1909
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.

Individual Note:
     According to the obit in the State Journal of Oct 27, 1909, Samuel came to the US in 1857 and had resided in Sangamon county for 52 years, where he was a respected farmer. According to Jennie Lowry's diary, "Uncle Sam," as she called him, died at 5 pm. Pallbearers were listed as Willis Parks, Frank Cloyd, Mr. Greenwood, Uncle Will Miller (Wm. G.), Vanderen Lowry and Elmer Lowry.

In the 1860 census for Macoupin County, IL, Roseanna Lowry(46) is living on a farm with Samuel(23), John(21), David(19), Margaret(17), Laura(15), Sarah(13) and Jane(11). Presumably, Jane is later called Jennie. Laura could be Florence, but Sarah is not accounted for elsewhere.

In the 1880 census for Loami, Samuel (age 40) is listed, with "Rosana", age 64, with two unrelated farm laborers and a "domestic".

Individual Notes

Note for:   David LOWRY,   5 OCT 1838 - 7 SEP 1908         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.


Individual Notes

Note for:   Florence LOWRY,   1844 - 1 MAR 1918         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.

Individual Note:
     According to her obituary, Mrs. Jarrett died when she fell into an unused well at home.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Thomas JARRETT,   27 JUL 1842 - 28 DEC 1932         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.

Individual Note:
     Encyclopedia & History of Sangamon Co., Vol. 2, Pt. 2: Was a prominent democrat in Sangamon County and lived in Divernon Twp.

1880 Census for Loami, IL
Thomas JARRETT Self M Male W 38 IL Farmer VA ENG.
    Florence JARRETT Wife M Female W 36 IRE. Keeps House IRE. IRE.
    Abner Wilson JARRETT Son S Male W 9 IL IL IR
    Thomas Lewis JARRETT Son S Male W 8 IL IL IR
    Milicent JARRETT Dau S Female W 6 IL IL IR
    Leander JARRETT Son S Male W 3 IL IL IRE.
    Thomas QUEEN Other S Male W 28 IN Farm Laborer VA VA
    Addice BURTON Other S Female W 18 IL Domestic Serv. IL IL

Individual Notes

Note for:   Bernard A. LOWRY,   1862 - 9 MAR 1872         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.


Individual Notes

Note for:   Elizabeth L. HATTICK,   MAR 1865 - 1929         Index

Individual Note:
     History of Sangamon Co.: after husband's death, lived north of Lowder, IL. According to Lucy Miller Dodd's notes, called "Lizzie."

Individual Notes

Note for:   James Melvin DODD,   31 AUG 1873 - 16 DEC 1962         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.

Individual Note:
     According to Lucy Dodd Miller's notes, Melvin went to Canada march 8, 1914, following Oscar and Ollie Miller, and Edd (Samuel Edgar) Hall, but returned in the fall of 1914. He died of a heart attack at the C. J. Keplinger farm, while getting machinery lined up for a sale.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Cecil T. KEPLINGER,   20 SEP 1887 - 17 JUN 1959         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   19 JUN 1959
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cemetery

Individual Note:
     According to the Spfld. Journal Obituary, 18 Jun, 1959, Mr. Keplinger attended Illinois Wesleyan University and taught school before he began farming. He was a member of the Loami Masonic Temple, Springfield Consistory, Ansar Shrine and the Sangamon County Farm Bureau. He had a sister, Mrs. Ella Mushrush of Lawrenceville, IL.