Delores (Ryan) Saxbury, Ben J Saxbury, Ruth Saxbury, 1942 – at Grandmas in Pittsfield 529 So Madison
Richard Saxbury, Anna Saxbury, Lawrence Seba, Ruth Saxbury, Phyllis Saxbury, Bonnie Saxbury, Tom Saxbury, Ben J Saxbury
Ruth Saxbury, Dorothy Binson
Anna Ruth Colvin
Grandson Michael Donovan Colvin
7 mo, Jan 1970
Ruth (Saxbury) Colvin
[My grandfathers sister]
Robert and Ruth (Saxbury) Colvin, 1944
Bob Colvin, Gary Colvin, Ruth (Saxbury) Colvin
(taken at: Gobusi Studio, Tuscon, Ariz)
The majority of these surnames are concentrated around the Adams and Pike County Illinois region.
A – Abrams, Ackley, Adams, Alexander, Allen, Allensworth, Allgood, Allison, Alsbach, Alsup, Althiser, Altizer, Ancell, Anderson, Apel, Appel Or Atel, Armstrong, Arnett, Ash, Atterbury, Atwood, Ausmus
B – Babb, Babcock, Baker, Baldock, Baldwin, Baley, Ballenger, Bangert, Barhan, Barker, Barlow, Barnes, Barnett, Barre, Barry, Bartlett, Basinger, Battles, Baver, Bean, Beghtol, Behme, Bellington, Bennett, Bensink, Bernard, Berry, Berthlesen, Billings, Bine, Bird, Bishop, Black, Blacketer, Blacketor, Blacketter, Blackettie, Blackketer, Blackketter, Blackledge, Blair, Blankenship, Boehs, Boggs, Bolin, Bomar, Boone, Boots, Boss, Bowman, Brackley, Bradford, Bradney, Bradshaw, Bragg, Brake, Brammell, Branic, Bray, Bremmer, Bresnan, Bretting, Brill, Brown, Browning, Broyles, Bryan, Bryant, Buchanan, Budd, Bunn, Burke, Butler, Butner, Button, Buttram, Byrd, Byrum
C – Caldwell, Campbell, Canning, Carey, Carl, Carlin, Carlton, Carpenter, Cartright Courtright, Cartsinger, Cary, Castellone, Cespedes, Chandler, Chaplin, Chaudion, Chaudoin, Chester, Clark, Claunch, Clendinning, Cleveland, Cobb, Coday, Cofer, Cohen, Colvin, Conch, Conner, Conners, Conway, Cook, Cooksey, Cordell, Corum, Costello, Coverston, Cowden, Cox, Coy, Cozad, Craig, Crain, Crampton, Crider, Crouch, Croucher, Crowley, Cuccia, Cummings, Cupp
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E – Earls, Easley, Edson, Edwards, Eichelbar, Elliot, Enslen, Epley, Erlandson, Ernst, Esping, Essick
F – Farmer, Fatheaur, Fedelen, Feldhaus, Fisher, Flowers, Foster, Fox, Fraizer, Franklin, Freeman, French, Fridenberg, Frisbie, Fritz, Fry, Frye, Fuller, Fullington, Fulton, Fultz, Fussellmare, Futch
G – Galloway, Gamble, Gant, Gard, Gardner, Garner, Garnett, Gay, Gebhart, George, Gerkin, Gillingham, Gilstrap, Gimple, Giovanni, Glenn, Goethe, Gollenger, Goodman, Goodwin, Gorden, Gordon, Gorton, Gosnell, Gramley, Gravitt, Gray, Grayson, Greene, Greenwalt, Gregg, Griffeth, Griffith, Grimes, Grimsley, Guthrie, Gwartney
H – Hadsell, Haile, Haini, Hall, Hamilton, Hammock, Hammon, Hammond, Hamner, Hand, Handy, Hankins, Hanna, Hansen, Hardin, Harlan, Harmison, Harrigett, Harris, Hart, Harvey, Hastings, Hatfield, Hathaway, Hatton, Havens, Havird, Haynes, Hazen, Head, Heathman, Heaton, Heaverline, Hedden, Heldebrand, Helderbrand, Henderson, Hendren, Hendricks, Hendrickson, Henry, Herod, Hill, Hilligus, Hiltz, Hinds, Hoar, Hodges, Hold, Holland, Holt, Hooker, Hooper, Hoover, Hopkins, Horn, Horstmeyer, Hosier, Houghtaling, Howarter, Howe, Hoylman, Huckaby, Huddleston, Hudelson, Hudson, Huff, Huffman, Hull, Hun, Huss, Hustead, Hutchins, Hutchinson
I – Irwin
J – Jackson, Jacobson, Jane, Jellison, Jennings, Jessup, Joergsen, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Jouett, Judd, Julius
K – Karns, Karr, Kaukonen, Kays, Kellerhals, Kenneday, Kennedy, Kenyon, Kesinger, Kibitz, Kincaid, Kincer, King, Kinman, Kinnamon, Kirby, Kirtright, Klepper, Kline, Knirsch, Koering, Krutmeier, Kull
L – Lafromboise, Lafronboise, Lammers, Landers, Landess, Lankford, Larimore, Larson, Laster, Latham, Latta, Laughlan, Law, Lawerance, Lawrence, Lawson, Lay, Leapley, Leckner, Lee, Leggans, Leinhop, Leiper, Lent, Leu, Liken, Lillhizer, Locey, Lockman, Lockner, Loller, Long, Loomis, Lozano, Lucas, Ludwig, Lundin, Lundy, Luther, Lyons
M – Mack, Maher, Manard, Mandell, Manis, Mann, Manning, Maple, Marshall, Martin, Mary, Mason, Masters, Masterson, Mather, Mathis, Maynard, McAfee, McArthur, McCaslin, McCasse, McConnell, McDorman, McEwen, McGinnis, McKean, McMillon, McNary, McNutt, McReynolds, Mead, Mellen, Mershon, Messick, Meyer, Meyers, Miles, Miller, Mills, Milner, Minow, Minton, Mishler, Mitchell, Monroe, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Morrow, Morton, Moser, Moss, Munch, Munford, Myers
N – Nealy, Nebeker, Neece, Neff, Nesafisk, Neville, Nichols, Nicol, Niehoff, Nieken, Noble, Nolting, North, Nowack
O – Oder, Oglesby, Ortega, Ott, Ottwell
P – Paice, Paine, Palmer, Parks, Patch, Patterson, Paulsen, Payne, Peacock, Pearce, Peterson, Pfriemere, Philips, Phillippe, Pickett, Pierce, Platt, Powell, Poyneer, Preston, Preuss, Prime, Puckhaber, Pulliam, Purcell, Putman
Q – Quick
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S – Sackaberry, Sackberry, Sacks, Saksberry, Saksbury, Salmons, Salsman, Sanders, Sanderson, Sankberry, Sankbury, Sappington, Sarmour, Sasberry, Sasbury, Saxberry, Saxbery, Saxburry, Saxbury, Sixbury, Sagsberry, Scalco, Schierbaum, Schmidt, Schneider, Schott, Schwede, Scott, Seba, Sellers, Sexbury, Shannon, Shatzer, Shaver, Shehan, Shelton, Shepherd, Shepherson, Sheurman, Shewe, Shewmaker, Shirley, Short, Shoulders, Shurts, Shy, Sibert, Sidel, Sigsbury, Silbert, Sills, Silver, Sims, Sindler, Sixbarry, Sixbary, Sixberry, Sixbery, Sixbury, Slattery, Slaughter, Slingerland, Slough, Smith, Soles, Sosberry, Soseberry, Sosebery, Sovern, Spencer, Spillers, Splain, Springer, Staffey, Stafford, Staggs, Stanley, Statton, Steers, Steffen, Stevens, Stewart, Stilles, Stine, Stjohn, Stoddard, Stone, Stophang, Stover, Strange, Stratton, Strode, Strong, Stroski, Strubinger, Sue, Summers, Surls, Swan, Swentik, Szydloski
T – Tailor, Talley, Tally, Tanner, Taylor, Taylor Tyler, Terrel, Terrell, Terril, Thompson, Tiebe, Tittsworth, Todd, Totten, Tousey, Triplett, Troutner, Tucker, Tuttle, Tyler
U – Ulery, Ulmer
V – Vancise, Vandament, Vandenheuvel, Vanetta, Veach, Velasco, Viar
W – Waack, Waddell, Wakefield, Walters, Wang, Ware, Waterhouse, Waters, Webb, Weed, Weir, Welch, Wells, West, Westfal, Wheaton, Whitaker, White, Whiteside, Whitley, Whitman, Whitney, Whittmer, Whoberry, Widaman, Wienhoff, Wilkensen, Willard, Williams, Willow, Wilson, Windmiller, Wise, Wood, Wright
Y – Yargus, Yates, Yelton, Yeoman, Young, Younger
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Charles B. Moore b. Dec 18, 1863 d. Oct 16, 1911
His parents: George & Elizabeth (Jessup) Moore were married in Warren County, OH, at Lebanon, the county seat 11/23/1836. There were 12 of the Moore children. Charles B. being the youngest.
Charles B. Moore was married and had a daughter before he married Iva Mullan. The marriage was most likely in OH. It could have been Warren Co or perhaps Clinton, Greene or Hamilton.
He applied for a marriage license in McDonough Co IL on 2/11/1896 so the other marriage would have been previous to that. He was 33 when he married Iva Belle.
He is buried in Macomb with his parents and his second wife Iva. His father George Moore was born in Fayette County PA but no trace can be found there.
McDonough County IL Marriages -
Charles B. Moore, 33, Macomb, 2nd marr, 11 Fe 1896
George Moore and Elizabeth Jessup (parents)
Miss Iva B. Mullan, 27, Macomb
Henry C. Mullan and Jane Kitt (parents)
Elizabeth B. Moore
|Dec 20, 1816
Oct. 18, 1819
|Sept 29, 1889
Sept 5, 1889
|Nov. 23, 1836 to:|
|Finley Moore||Nov 3, 1837||Mar 5, 1838||.|
|Susan J. Moore||Aug 28, 1839||??||.|
|Huldale Moore||Sep. 3, 1841||??||.|
|Mary Moore||June 20, 1843||Sep 24, 1843||.|
|Thomas J. Moore||Oct 10, 1846||Apr 22, 1864||.|
|Sylvester Moore||Dec 4, 1850||??||.|
|Martha Moore||Mar 13, 1853||??||.|
|Marget Moore||Aug 12, 1854||??||.|
|John W. Moore||Oct 13, 1856||??||.|
|Conley J. Moore||Dec 13, 1858||??||.|
|Elwood Moore||May 28, 1862||??||.|
|Charles B. Moore
Iva Belle Mullan
|Dec 18, 1863
Jan 25, 1870
|Oct 16, 1911
August 1, 1945
|Feb. 1896 to:|
|Henry Lysle Moore
Martha Matilda Emily Bruss
|Feb 2, 1897
Dec 26, 1894
|Jan 16, 1975
|Apr 4, 1917 to:|
|Etta Ruth Moore Templeton||Sep 20, 1900||Jun 15, 1995||.|
|Paul Eugene Moore||Oct 17, 1901||May 2, 1961||.|
|George Moore||Apr 10, 1904||Nov 15, 1977||.|
|Carl Moore||Jul 11, 1906||Aug 19, 1986||.|
|Dorothy Ruth Moore Barker||1917||.||.|
|Lysle August Moore||1919||.||.|
Unknown IL Newspaper:
October 18, 1911
Charles Moore, residing three miles east of Bushnell died Monday morning at 11:40 a.m. of heart trouble, after an illness since last fall, aged 47 years. He was brought to this city on the noon train and after short services at the home of Mrs. Jane Mullen, 816 East Calhoun street, the body was interred in Oakwood cemetery. Besides his wife he leaves five children, all living at home. They are Henry, Paul, George, Carl and Eta.
Unknown IL Newspaper
Former Adair Resident Passes Away At Galesburg
Mrs. Iva Belle Moore, 75, formerly of Adair, died at 11:00 p.m. yesterday at the home of her son, Henry Moore, in Galesburg. She had been ill about 10 days, having suffered a stroke. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 Friday afternoon at the Dodsworth-Piper funeral home, the Rev. John Clark officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery.
Mrs. Moore spent all of her life in this county except for the past three years when she resided in Galesburg. She was born January 25, 1870 in Scotland township and was a daughter of the Rev. H. C. and Jane Kitt Mullan. Mrs. Moore was a member of the Adair Methodist Church. Her husband, Charles Moore, is deceased. Surviving are five children, Henry Moore of Galesburg, Mrs. Etta Templeton of California, Paul Moore of Davenport, Ia., George Moore of Peoria, and Carl Moore who is in Guam. A brother, the Rev. H. H. Mullan of Macomb route three, eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. One brother, Columbus C., and four sisters, Mesdames Syba Allison, Louella Watson, and Etta W. McMillan and an infant sister, Eva Mullan.
Friends may call at the funeral home.
John Thomas Saxbury 1933-1943
Hannibal Courier Post, July 21, 1943 – Saxbury Boy, 10, Killed In Fall Over High Cliff – Skull Fractured In Accident On Market St. Heights
John Thomas Saxbury, 10, who was living with his grandmother, Mrs. Dora Saxbury, 605 South Hayden street, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Saxbury were employed in St. Louis, was killed in a fall over a 60 foot cliff on Market street heights last evening.
The boy disappeared over the cliff about 8 o’clock while playing with two companions, Gene Campbell and Billy Herring, and was found on his left side by the side of a large rock at the foot of the cliff about 45 minutes later by Vernnie Hale, a negro, 2112 Settles street.
He was rushed to Levering hospital and was pronounced dead upon his arrival by Dr. H. B. Goodrich who said he suffered an extensive fracture of the skull.
Coroner William M. Smith who was called after the accident stated an inquest would be unnecessary.
The boy was born in Hannibal May 9, 1933, son of John T. and Edith Salsman Saxbury. He was a member of the Sunday school of the Church of the Nazarene.
Surviving are his parents; his paternal grandmother; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Salsman and great grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Rogers, all of Hannibal.
The remains were removed to Smith’s funeral home and tomorrow morning will be taken to the home of Mrs. Saxbury, 605 South Hayden street. The remains will be returned to the funeral home Friday for services at 2:30 o’clock at Smith’s chapel. Rev. Harlow Reed, pastor of the Church of the Nzarene, will be in charge and burial will be in Mt. Olivet cemetery.
Hannibal Courier Post – July 22, 1943 – Saxbury Remains Are Taken Home
The remains of John Thomas Saxbury, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Saxbury, were taken to the family home, 605 South Hayden street, this morning and will stay there until the time of the service, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at Smiths’ chapel. Rev. Harlow Reed, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, will be in charge and burial will be in Mt. Olivet cemetery.
The boy was killed Tuesday evening when he fell from a high cliff on Market street heights.
Hannibal Courier Post – July 24, 1943 – Saxbury Funeral This Afternoon
With Rev. Harlow Reed, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene in charge, funeral services for John Thomas Saxbury, were held at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon at Smith’s chapel. Mrs. Esther Dickensheets and Mrs. Ruth Dickensheets were vocalists with Miss Bertha Seibel at the organ.
Burial was in Mt. Olivet cemetery with Harold Denkler, Eugene Denkler, Kenneth Salsman and Paul Salsman as pallbearers.