Robert and Ruth (Saxbury) Colvin, 1944
Bob Colvin, Gary Colvin, Ruth (Saxbury) Colvin
(taken at: Gobusi Studio, Tuscon, Ariz)
Ruth Mary (Hodges) Viar 1924-1998
Quincy Herald Whig, June 3, 1998 – Liberty, Ill – Ruth M. Viar, 73, of 408 S. Park in Liberty, died at 4:50 a.m. Tuesday (June 2, 1998) in Blessing Hospital in Quincy.
Born Nov. 11, 1924, in Pittsfield, Mrs. Viar was a daughter of Frank Leroy and Anna May Easley Hodges. She married Albert T. Viar June 27, 1942, in Palmyra, Mo.
Mrs. Viar was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Liberty, Liberty Lioness Club, Liberty Historical Society, and the Order of Eastern Star. She also had volunteered at many local American Red Cross blood drives.
Survivors include four sons, Albert Viar Jr. of Quincy, Leroy Viar of Danville, Charles “Pepper” Viar of Nashville, Tenn., and Ronald Viar of Hannibal, Mo.; three daughters, Judy Saxbury and Betty Jo Myers, both of Tulsa, Okla., and Mary Ann Myers of Liberty; 20 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Viar was preceded in death by a son, Andy Grey Viar, who was a twin to Albert Jr.; and a brother James Thomas Hodges.
Services will conducted at 1 p.m. Thursday in Zion Lutheran Church in Liberty by the Rev. Ronald Graham. Burial will be in Xander Cemetery in Liberty.
Visitation will be held from noon until time of services Thursday in Zion Lutheran Church.
Memorials may be made to the American Red Cross.
The Duker and Haugh Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
Geraldine Mayfield Hanson, age 98 of 2130 Harrison Quincy, IL, and formerly of 2200 Maine, Quincy, died Tuesday, October 12, 2004 at 12:44 pm in Good Samaritan Home.
She was born January 24, 1906 in Quincy, Illinois, the daughter of Leonard and Adeline Brammell Blacketter. On July 21, 1926 she married Charles Allan Mayfield, and he preceded her in death August 28, 1954. She married Harold Hanson January 22, 1979 in Quincy, and he preceded her in death in August of 1994.
She was a graduate of Payson Seymour High School and a member of Payson Avenue Christian Community Church. She worked in the office of the Christian Day School in California for 22 years.
Surviving are 2 sons, Norman Mayfield and his wife Lynda of San Dimas, CA, Gene Mayfield and his wife Joan of Phoenix, AZ; 3 daughters, Marilyn Phillips and her husband Charles of Quincy, IL, Rita Houchin and her husband Dean of Castiac, CA, Ruth Ann Faria and her husband Richard of San Ramon, CA; 12 grandchildren, Ray Mayfield of Nipomo, CA, Vicki Schaffnit and her husband Bruce of Payson, IL, Steven Mayfield and his wife Kelly of San Dimas, CA, Scott Mayfield, CA, Kathi Friye and her husband David of Quincy, Christine Mayfield of Sunland, CA, Teresa Schmitt and her husband Michael of Hinsdale, IL, Patrick Mayfield and his wife Melanie of Glendale, AZ, Joey Phillips and his wife Philena, Quincy, Brent Houchin of Saugus, CA, Christopher Houchin and his wife Amy of Santa Clarita, CA, Jamie Paye and her husband Tony of Castaic, CA; 18 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Barbara Mayfield of Nipomo, CA. She was preceeded in death by her parents, a son, Neal, a grandson, 2 sisters, Mildred and Glenna, and 2 great great grandchildren..
Services will be 11:00 am Wednesday, October 20, 2004 Hansen-Spear Funeral Home with the Rev. Clifford Phillips officiating. Burial will be in Quincy Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 4-7 pm on Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, 323 North 5th.
Phillip Eugene Allensworth, age 49, 225 Bluff View Rd., Quincy, died Friday, January 24, 2003 at Mercy Medical Center/St. Luke’s Hospital in Sioux City, Iowa.
He was born April 13, 1953 in Quincy, Illinois, the son of Phillip and Myrtle Gosney Allensworth. On July 14, 1999, he married Theresa Liesen in Quincy. She survives.
Mr. Allensworth was a graduate of Joliet High School. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam Conflict. He was an independent owner and operator of a truck for over 12 years and at the present time he was driving for Schuster Truck Lines in Lemars, Iowa. He was an avid outdoorsman especially loved; golfing, hunting and fishing.
Survivors in addition to his wife are his Mother, Myrtle L. Webber and her husband Earl, Maywood, MO; his Father, Phillip Gene Allensworth and his wife Marlene, Channahon, IL; a son, Jessie Lee Allensworth, Lima; 2 daughters, Wendy Nicole Allensworth, Lima; Misty Albright, state of Washington; 2 stepchildren, Keetha and Timothy Jud, Quincy; 1 granddaughter, Brittany Albright, Christopher, IL; a sister, Beth Brocaille and her husband Edward, Quincy; a brother, Gerald Allensworth and his wife Ruth, Maywood, MO; 2 half brothers, Kevin Allensworth and his wife Lori, Plainfield, IL; and Byron Allensworth , Channahon, IL; maternal grandmother, Lodema Gosney, Noveltly, MO; and aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by a son Michael Albright, a brother Mark A. Allensworth, maternal grandfather Albert Gosney, paternal grandparents Arlie Allensworth, Sr. and Cleo Allensworth.
Funeral Services will be 11 A.M. Tuesday, January 28, at the Hansen-Spear Funeral Home, with the Rev. Gerry Bass officiating. Burial in Greenmount Cemetery, Quincy, Illinois.
The family will receive friends from 4 to 7 P.M. Monday at the Hansen-Spear Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Children’s Educational Fund.
Hull, Il – Ben W. Saxbury, 85, of Hull, a retired farmer, died at 8:33 am Sunday (May 5, 1985) in St. Mary’s Hospital in Quincy.
Mr. Saxbury was born Feb. 11, 1900 in Cincinnati Township, a son of Francis & Anna Sellers Saxbury. He married Anna Blacketter 3 Nov 1920 in Hannibal, Mo. She survives. Mr. Saxbury was a member of the Reorganized Church of Latter-Day Saints of New Canton.
Also surviving are three sons, Ben of Kinderhook, Richard of Hull and Tom of El Dara; three daughters, Ruth and Bonita, both of Tucson, Ariz. and Phyllis of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 12 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
He was proceeded in death by two sisters, 3 grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild.
Services will be conducted at 10 am Wednesday in the Gill-Lummis Funeral Home in Barry by Elder William Phillips. Burial will be in Shearer Cemetary near New Canton.
November 30, 2008
Dora M. Hendren, 81, of Hannibal, died at 8:44 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28, 2008, at Boone Regional Center in Columbia.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008, at the James O’Donnell Funeral Home in Hannibal. Bill Dexheimer will officiate. Burial will be at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Hannibal.
Visitation will be from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2, at the James O’Donnell Funeral Home.
Mrs. Hendren was born Nov. 10, 1927, in Matson to Arthur and Mary Lou Mitchell Ott.
She was married to Bennie Hendren on April 27, 1943. He survives.
Survivors include four daughters, Ruth Ann Hudelson of Hannibal, Carolyn “Cricket” (Gary) Constable of Farber, Donna Feigenspan of Hannibal, and Patty (Greg) Slaybaugh of Columbia; two sons, Larry (Gloria) Hendren and Don (Janna) Hendren, both of New London; 16 grandchildren, Terry Riley, Michelle Ryan, Brande Saxbury, Stephen Hendren, Aaron Hendren, Jennifer Tomasiak, Teddy Constable, Richard Hendren, Alexis Hendren, Stacey Meyers, Shelly Feigenspan, Shelby Feigenspan, Shannon Feigenspan, Mandy Mazuch, Jaime Bazat and Brandon Slaybaugh; 24 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Hendren was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Alvina Meyers; brother, Alvin Ott; and one son-in-law, Darrell Hudelson.
Mrs. Hendren was a homemaker. She enjoyed reading and especially enjoyed time with her family. She was a Christian and a member of Antioch Baptist Church.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, in care of the James O’Donnell Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be grandsons, Terry Riley, Teddy Constable, Richard Hendren, Shelby Feigenspan and Aaron Hendren, and great-grandson, Patrick Milby.
Honorary pallbearers will be Capt. Stephen Hendren/USAF and Brandon Slaybaugh.
Saxbury & Sebas, Family Reunion 1947
Anna, Ben W, Alma, Phyllis, Ruth, Bonnie, Richard, Delores, Carol, Galen, Tom, Kent & Ben J. Saxbury
Herman and wife, Joyce, Eileen & Sonny Sellers
Irene, Lawrence, Dick, Larry, Alfreda & Will Seba
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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
D – Daniels, Daugherty, Daughery, Davenport, Davis, Davison, Dearinger, Deaver, Deer, Defore, Delargy, Demelton, Dempsey, Denkler, Devine, Dibble, Dickey, Dinkins, Dinwiddie, Dixon, Dodge, Doman, Doty, Dougherty, Drebes, Dudley, Duncan, Dunn, Durham, Dwyer
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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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.