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Note for:   Geraldine DODD,    -          Index

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     According to mother's obit, lived in Waverly.

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Note for:   Loren Lee DODD,    -          Index

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     Known as Buddy. Lives on the south side of Loami, ca 1999. (wgh)

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Note for:   Shirley Ann DODD,    -          Index

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     According to mother's obit, lived in Auburn.

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Note for:   Isaac Gene DODD,    -          Index

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     According to mother's obit, lived in Loami.

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Note for:   John Benjamin AULD,   20 AUG 1902 - 26 MAY 1946         Index

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     According to Lucy Miller Dodd's notes, died in young manhood.

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Note for:   Walter Melvin MOXLEY,   29 AUG 1911 - 3 NOV 1998         Index

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     Called "Bud," according to Letetia Gentis.

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Note for:   Hiliary TURNER,    -          Index

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     According to Lucy Miller Dodd's notes, he remarried after Pauline and moved from Walnut Creek, CA to San Jose, CA.

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Note for:   Asa MORRIS,    -          Index

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     According to the "Early Settlers of Sangamon County," moved to MO.

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Note for:   Sarah Ann HALL,   22 NOV 1820 - 26 JUL 1901         Index

Alias:   /Sally/

Burial:   
     Place:   Hays Cem, Mowequa, IL

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     Mowequa CALL-MAIL, July 26, 1901
DEATH OF AUNT SALLY HAYS
Mrs. Sarah Hays died Friday afternoon, July 26, 1901, at the home of her son, David Hays, just south of
town. The direct cause of her death was paralysis of her brain. She was a venerable old lady, the mother of a large family of children and had resided in this city and vicinity for many years. She was possessed of a wide acquaintance and held the high esteem of a large circle of friends. The funeral
services were held Saturday afternoon from the residence of David Hays Sr., in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. Reverand Joseph Thomas officiating. The interment was in the Hays Cemetery. Mrs. Sarah Ann (Hall) Hays was born in Indiana, November 22, 1820 and died near Mowequa, Illinois, July 26, 1901, aged 80 years, 8 months and 4 days. She was married September 26, 1839 to Andrew Hays and to this union ten children were born, seven boys and three girls, six of whom survive her: Henry, David, Tom, George, Andrew and Ulysses. She was a member of the M.E. Church for about 30 years and she had lived a true Christian life.

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Note for:   Oren WEIR,    -          Index

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     According to Lucy Miller Dodd's notes, went to Canada.

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Note for:   Lerna L. WEIR,   1890 - JAN 1964         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cemetery


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Note for:   Archie A. ROWDEN,   1890 - MAY 1956         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Sulphur Springs Cemetery


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Note for:   John B. DODD,   1825 - ABT MAR 1869         Index

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     According to Lucy Miller Dodd's notes, known as "Long John," he had a brother killed in a rally during the Civil War. John went west after the Mexican War and settled in Vancouver, WA. He was a lawyer, and died in Eugene, OR.

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Note for:   Solomon ROUTH,   ABT 1803 -          Index

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     According to Opal Dodd's notes, from Modesto, IL.