Individual Notes

Note for:   Rhoda H. SOMEBODY,   1873 - 1917         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery


Individual Notes

Note for:   Margeret JONES,   11 JAN 1879 - 15 JAN 1938         Index

Alias:   /Margaret/

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cem.

Birth Note: Source:    and funeral documents at Robert Hall farm

Individual Note:
     The first mention of Margaret in Jennie Lowry's diary is for July 4, 1909, when she says "Frank took Miss Jones for a buggy ride after the work was done." Over the course of the 1909 diary, Margaret becomes Frank's "girl," and finally his "sweetheart." Later in the diary, Jennie mentions a funeral for "Mrs. M.V. Horney, formerly Miss Hazel Copley," who is a cousin to Margaret Hall. Also, a picture of Frank, Margaret, Bill, and Bob includes Dorothy Batty who is listed as a cousin. (For future research)
Margaret was a nurse. According to hospital records, Margaret entered in May, 1902, and graduated from the Nursing program, in 1904 from the Springfield (Illinois) Hospital and Training School, which was founded under the auspices of the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church. The by-laws of the institution were amended in 1931, changing the charter a general non-denominational hospital, with the community assuming operation and control of the hospital. The name was later changed to Memorial Hospital.
The 1910 census of Springfield, Illinois from (http://persi.heritagequestonline.com) says Margaret lived with her sister Nell on west Jefferson St, boarding with John and Elizabeth Canterbury. Margaret is 30 yrs old and Nell is 28. Maragaret is listed as a "trained nurse", doing "private work".

Individual Notes

Note for:   George HARBOUR,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     Died at age 14 of TB of the hip.

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Note for:   Martha WORKMAN,   9 SEP 1860 - 29 MAR 1931         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery


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Note for:   C. Elizabeth WORKMAN,   1838 - 25 SEP 1860         Index

Individual Note:
     Based on Martha's birth date, C. Elizabeth's death may have been related to that birth.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Alonzo WORKMAN,   25 OCT 1886 - 22 OCT 1928         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery

Individual Note:
     According to Cem. records, WWI, Cpl, Army, Co. 2 Btry - Chem Warfare.

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Note for:   Stephen Harris WORKMAN,   10 NOV 1888 - 19 SEP 1949         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery

Individual Note:
     Did not marry. Sulphur Springs Cemetery records: Pfc, 14th Inf. 19th Div in WWI.


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Note for:   William WORKMAN,   8 APR 1799 - 1 JAN 1877         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery

Birth Note: Source:    

Individual Note:
     Encyclopedia & History of Sangamon Co., Vol. 2, Pt. 2: Settled in Loami Twp.. in 1829. According to Past & Present of Sangamon County, he went from MD to KY, then TN, then settled in IL.

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Note for:   Charles WORKMAN,   15 JAN 1869 - 18 FEB 1893         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery

Individual Note:
     Lived with brother Stephen after parents died.

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Note for:   Willis HURLEY,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     According to Spfld. Journal Obituary, 22 Oct 1977, of Charles E. Dodd, his name was "Hunley."

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Note for:   John SANDS,   29 SEP 1861 -          Index

Individual Note:
     3 children with Nancy Jane WORKMAN.

Individual Notes

Note for:   infantson WORKMAN,    - 5 MAR 1872         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Campbell Cemetery