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Note for:   Mary M. TEELE,   ABT 1843 -          Index

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     In the 1860 Morgan County (Franklin Pct) census, there is a Mary Teel, age 18, living in the home of Marcus and Abigail Woods, and a Henry Doolittle.

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Note for:   Ella TEELE,    -          Index

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     Died at the age of 6.

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Note for:   Warren TEELE,    -          Index

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     Died in infancy

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Note for:   Charles Earl TEELE,   FEB 1868 -          Index

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     1900 Census - Morgan Cty, Waverly Pct.

TEELE, Charles E.HeadMFeb. 1868ILMAMA -marr. 8 yrs.
MarywifeFOct. 1871Eng.Eng.Eng. -emig. 1882
Ruth C.Dau.FAug. 1898ILILIL

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Note for:   Joseph HARDIN,    -          Index

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     Ill. Statewide Marriage Database says his name was John J. Hardey

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Note for:   Joseph Earl TEELE,   1903 - 1974         Index

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     According to Robert F. Hall, Joe Teele moved to a farm located on the SW corner on Route 104 and Johns Creek Road, about 1946. He died in 1974 in Winter Haven, Florida.

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Note for:   George C. JONES,   ABT 1872 -          Index

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     According to Robert F. Hall, George is "probably the person who, as a young man, drowned while swimming in the "Old Mill Pond" in Waverly, and whose body was was never recovered."

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Note for:   Ellen V. JONES,   ABT 1875 -          Index

Alias:   /Ella/

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Note for:   John Daniel BATTY,   28 DEC 1822 - 26 SEP 1902         Index

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     1850 Census for Sangamon County
BattyJohn 28 M Wool Carder England
        Amanda29 F OH

1870 Census for Morgan County
BATTYJohn D.48m merchant 203402500Eng.
Emily J.46f keeping houseVa.
Elizabeth18f IL

1880 Census for Morgan County
BATTYJohn D.57mretired merchantEng.EngEng
Emily J55fkeeping houseNCNCVa.
Augustus19mIL EngNC
Edwin E. H.17mIL EngNC
Sarah14fIL EngNC
1900 Census for Morgan County
BATTYJohn D.77m (from England in 1840)EngEngEng
Emily J76fwifeNCNCVa
Sallie D.34fdauILEngNC
Augustine D.39msongrocerILEngNC

According to the History of Waverly, the Batty's came to America in 1841 and landed at Beardstown, Illinois, and on to Waverly in March 1882. The John D. Batty home was at 330 West Tremont Street, Waverly, that was later the Wiese Funeral Home.

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Note for:   Harriett BATTY,   31 MAR 1856 - 12 OCT 1935         Index

Alias:   /Hattie/

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Note for:   Sarah D. BATTY,   12 JUN 1865 - 1 JUL 1949         Index

Alias:   /Sallie/

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Note for:   George R. BATTY,   ABT 1858 -          Index

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     1880 Census lists George BATTY (age 22) as a nephew of Edwin BATTY, living with his family.

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Note for:   Katherine K. Crain,   7 APR 1857 - 26 JUN 1950         Index

Alias:   Kate /C./

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     In 1900 Morgan County Census, she is living with her father and sister in Waverly.

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Note for:   Edwin H. BATTY,   30 MAR 1834 - 26 OCT 1922         Index

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     1870 census for Sangamon Co.-New Berlin Twp.
BATTYEdwin26 mlumber merchant10002500Eng.
Fanny38 fkeeping house Va
John10 mIL
Ella8 fIL
Emma6 fIL
William1 mIL

1880 census for Sangamon Co - New Berlin:
BATTYEdwinself 45 mGrain dealer & lumbermanEngEngEng
Tanny O.wife 48 fkeeping housevavava
John N.son 20 mhelps in lumber yardILEngva
Ella W.dau 17 fILEngva
Emily D.dau 15 fILEngva
William R.son 11 mILEngva
Georgenephew23 mmerchant dry goodsILEngva

From Morgan County Rootsweb site: Edwin Batty Ends Long, Useful Life
Owner of Waverly's First Lumber Yard and Pioneer Miller Dies at Age of 88 Years.
Waverly lost one of its best known and best beloved citizens last week, when Edwin Batty died at the advanced age of 88 years. Mr. Batty was long identified with the business interests of Waverly. He started the first lumber yard in the city, in the year 1872. He was also engaged in the grain business and in 1881-82 joined with his brother, John Batty in the firm of Batty Brothers and built the large brick flour mill which played such an important part in our community's life until its destruction by fire in January 1901.

Edwin Batty was born in Littlemore, near Manchester, England, March 30, 1834, and died at his home in this city, Thursday afternoon, October 26, 1922, at the age of 88 years, 6 months and 27 days. Mr. Batty came to America with his parents in the year 1842 arriving at Beardstown, Ill., late in February 1842. From there the family moved to Virginia, Ill., then to New Berlin, Sangamon County. In May 1872 he moved to Waverly, where he has since resided. He was married to Fanny O. Davis, December 28, 1858. To this union were born five children, two of whom preceded him in death, one in infancy, the other in young manhood. He is survived by his widow; three children, John N. Batty and Ella B. Styles of Chicago, and Emma B. Diddle of this city; also one grandson, Edwin B. Styles, of Chicago.

In 1860 he was converted and united with the Baptist church of Old Berlin, Ill. In 1872 his membership was transferred to the Waverly Baptist church, of which he remained a faithful member to the end.

Mr. Batty was a veteran of the Civil War, belonging to the 106th Illinois Volunteers, Co. A. He was active in the business life of Waverly for many years. Besides his immediate family, he leaves a large number of relatives and friends, who will mourn his departure. Funeral services were held at the residence Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in charge of Rev. J. W. Allen, pastor of the Baptist church. Interment was in East cemetery.

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Note for:   Fanny O. DAVIS,   17 OCT 1828 - 10 NOV 1926         Index

Alias:   Fanny L. /DAVIS/

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     According to her obit, she came to New Berlin, IL in 1856 and settled with her husband in Waverly in 1872. She was an active member of the baptist church there and resided with daughter Emma. It mentions two daughters, Mrs. J.H. Diddle of Waverly and Mrs. E.B. Styles of Chicago; a son, J.N. Batty of Chicago; and a grandson, Edwin B. Styles of Chicago.