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Note for:   Margaurete Fern BAKER,    -          Index

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     Died at 4 mos.

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Note for:   Amanda HALL,   1846 - 25 DEC 1880         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.


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Note for:   Myron Bartleson LEMEN,   ABT 1903 - 5 OCT 1927         Index

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     Lumber & hardware.

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Note for:   Albert Thomas BELSHE,    -          Index

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     Attorney for Santa Fe RR in Evanston, IL.

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Note for:   Mary Ellen HALL,   31 MAR 1853 - 14 OCT 1916         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.


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Note for:   Lilly Mae ODOM,    -          Index

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     Called Bunny; worked for the State of FL.

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Note for:   Paul HAYNES,    -          Index

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     Minister in S. Korea; 4 yrs. there and 1 yr. home.

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Note for:   George Thomas HALL,   16 MAY 1860 - 16 JUN 1929         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.

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     According to his obituary, G. T. was a member of the Masonic Lodge. He is mentioned in several issues of the Loami Record newspaper, around 1900, as being a marksman who competed in shooting events, particularly trap-shooting.

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Note for:   Nancy HALL,   11 APR 1801 - 31 AUG 1900         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Hays Cem, Mowequa, IL

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     Her obituary says in part: "Her childhood days were spent with her parents in old Virginia. At the age of 12 she moved with them to near the White River in Indiana. She was married in 1819 to William Taylor....The family moved to Illinois in 1830. In 1831 the father and Albert died, and on April 12 of the same year Mary was born. Near the year 1835, she was married to David Hays on the South fork of Lick Creek of Sangamon Co, IL....She came with her family to Christian Co. in 1848, and with her family settled on a farm where she spent her last days."
According to Hazel Jorganson, this obit may be from the Mowequa, IL- MAIL-CALL newspaper
"Nancy Hall sister to Washington Hall and Sarah "Sallie" Hall Hays and daughter of Henry Hall and Sally Harper At the age of 99 years, 4 months and 20 days, Mrs Nancy Hays died at the home of her daughter of Mrs. J. W. Hays, southwest, Fri, Aug 31, 1900. She was born April 11, 1801 and was the mother of 11 children, seven of whom preceded her in death. Four survive, Mrs. Ezekial Prescott, Mrs. J. W. Hays, Mrs. Malinda Jacobs, and Mrs. Eliza Hays of Oconee, the last named is said to be about 80 years of age. For more than half a century Aunt Nancy Hays resided in this vicinity and for 76 years was a member of the Disciples of Christ. The funeral was held from the home of Major J. W. Hays Saturday morning, Sept ?1?, 1900 with Rev. J. H. Golden officiating. Burial was in the Hays Cemetery."

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Note for:   Jeanetta HAYS,   1836 -          Index

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     Died young, according to notes from Mrs. B.

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Note for:   Melinda HAYS,   1838 - 1924         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Jacobs Cem, Mowequa, IL

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Note for:   Susannah Harriet HAYS,   30 MAR 1841 - 26 JAN 1914         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Hays Cem, Mowequa, IL


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Note for:   John H. HAYS,   ABT 1839 - 11 JUL 1841         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery