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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F02074
 
2 MARRIED BY PASTOR FRIEDIC PEIFFER.
WITNESSES WERE HENRY ROETHEMEIER, WILL NOLTING, LOUISE STRUCK AND CHRISTINE RIECHMANN.
THEY WERE EACH MARRIED ONE TIME ONLY, AND THERE WERE NO
CHILDREN ADOPTED. 
Family: F00576
 
3 Married Ravenscraft, had two children. When Joseph John Brink returned from
Washington state she divorced Ravenscraft and married Joseph John Brink. (Per Frona Bawden) 
Family: F10766
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F07096
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F00387
 
6 Per Sonja Bentley they were married in Monett, Barry County, Missouri. Family: F00352
 
7 Reportedly had 13 children. 10 girls, 3 boys. We have only found documentation for ten of them. Family: F03915
 
8 Sonja Bentley states marriage took place in Monett, Barry County, Missouri. Family: F00351
 
9 The date listed is actually the marriage contract date. They were apparently actually married in 1649. Family: F03914
 
10 They had signed a marriage contract before the notary Severin Ameau, January 19 last. They had ten six children married. Alexander was a carpenter. He died in Champlain, Jan. 6, 1692. Mary had studied in Ursulines Quebec . Family: F12411
 
11 Witnesses were E. Steinbrink and Friedrike Prueshner. Family: F08075
 
12 Witnesses: Fred Prushzner and Paul Zimmer. Family: F08076
 
13 Per Larry Herrin:
1 NAME //
2 SOUR S30078
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Jul 21, 2000 
ABBOTT MARY ANN
 
14 Occupation:1997 - Sales Rep for Medical Group. ABDOUCH GREGORY CHARLES
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
16 Widow of Edith Letts Owen's brother. ADAMS EDITH
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
18 Per Larry Herrin:
!DEATH: U.S. pension Agency Louisville, Kentucky Apr 14, 1896, cert. #79764. 
ADAMS RACHAEL
 
19 William Adams was born in County Antrim, near Ballymoney, Ireland, in 1809. He came to America in 1836, worked in Philadelphia, Pa. for six years, at $6.00 per month, and saved enough money to return to Ireland. In 1842, he married Mary Getty. He brought her and his father and mother, James and Martha Adams, to America, settling in Grandcote Prairie, now known as Swanwick, Illinois. Teh father and mother lived only three years, after settling in Grandcote Prairie, dying three days apart. They are buried in the Oakdale cemetery.
In 1845, William Adams moved to a farm southeast of Oakdale. He bought the 240 acre farm from Alexander and Lucy Hodge for $900. Nine children were born to William and Mary Getty Adams. Two died in infancy. Their names were William and David Hunter. The seven remaining children were Martha Ann, who married James Piper; James Moore, who married Rachel McEwen; John, who married Rosie Allen; Mary Jane, who married William McClurkin; Wlliam Getty, who married Elizabeth Robison; Hannah never married; and Margaret Elizabeth, who married William Lawson.
The two brothers, James and John, mentioned above, traveled to Nebraska with their families in covered wagons. On one wagon was a large hay rack filled with pieces of furniture and necessities. The other wagons were filled with lumber bought at the last town passed through, to be used in constructing their homes and church. They lived in dugouts until their homes were built. Services were held in their homes until the church was completed. The first sermon was preached in the John Adams house in 1880. Other families moved in from Iowa and other states to the area, making quite a group in the new church.
William Adams died January 4, 1892. There was a blizzard on the day of his funeral, with drifting snow. it was so severe that ice had to be picked off the horses' eyelids, so that they could see the road. The body was taken to the Oakdale cemetery in a big sleigh. After the death of William Adams, William Getty, the seventh child, bought the home farm aforementioned, and married Elizabeth Robinson of Coulterville, Illinois May 26, 1892. To this union were born Roscoe, Edna, Oren, Mary and Paul. Roscoe married Florence Klene of Oakdale. They had one child Opal Irene. Edna married Elwyn carson of Oakdale. They had three children, Eileen, Preston, and Joann. The Carson family history is found elsewhere in this book. Oren married Elizabeth Herche, having no children. Mary married Edward Bernreuter of Nashville, Illinois. They have an adopted daughter Carol who married Peter Lutz of Anna, Illinois. One daughter named Marguerite was born to this union. Peter died in 1969. Mary and Edward have a son (not adopted) Neill Valdes, who is an orthopedic surgeon in Carbondale, Illinois. He married Diann Richardson of St. Louis, Missouri, and they have three children. Their names are Becky, Wesley and Wendy. Paul, the youngest child of William Getty and Elizabeth Robinson, died at the age of 13, in 1925, having been injured by a horse while putting up hay in the barn of a farmer near Oakdale, Illinois.
William Getty Adams moved to the village of Oakdale in 1917, having lived for 60 years on the home farm, where he was born. The oldest son Roscoe took over the farm. William Getty died in 1926. He had been elder in the Reformed Presbyterian church for 37 years and was buried in the Oakdale cemetery.
By Mary Adams Bernreuter
 
ADAMS WILLIAM
 
20 Ernest worked for the St. Louis Hannibal and Quincy R.R. in Hannibal for a while; then had a shoe store in St. Louis for a short time and until retirement was with the Gravois Planing Mill of St. Louis as a woodworker. AHLERS ERNEST FREDERICH
 
21 Ernest worked in the traffic department of Wabash & N & W R.R. for 50 years. AHLERS ERNEST HENRY
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
26 Baptized: March 8, 1818 Evangelisch, Bergkirchen, Lippe, Germany AHRENS MARIA WILHELM CHARLOTTE
 
27 Per Larry Herrin:
!BURIAL: Eubank Cemetery

Mary Albright Herrin 1861 1958 
ALBRIGHT MARY E.
 
28 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: FGS of Lois A. Yates, 910 Salem School Rd., Rineyville, KY 40162. 
ALEXANDER ALFRED
 
29 Wanda L. Gines has a picture of Annie Marie Alexander Hilton in Lorene Gine's file. ALEXANDER ANNIE MARIE
 
30 Helen had three children from a previous marriage. ALEXANDER HELEN K. DUNCAN
 
31 Chris Alfeldt was born in Germany and came to this county in his youth, settling in Washington County.

Mr. Alfeldt was married to Hannah Luebke. They were the parents of one son, John R. Alfeldt. Mrs. Alfeldt died at an early age. Mr. Alfeldt died in 1923.

Tehir son, John R. Alfeldt, was born on August 5, 1875. John married Helena Roethemeyer and they were the parents of three children - two daughters, Adella and Anna, and one son, Edward. They lived on a farm near Oakdale. His wife, Helena, was born May 29, 1878 and died October 1, 1928. John died April 12, 1966.

Their son, Edward H., was born July 23, 1897 in Plum Hill Township. As a child he moved with his parents to Oakdale Township. Edward H. Alfeldt married Irene Frieman on October 20, 1931. Irene was born June 2, 1902 in Oakdale Township. She was the only daughter born to Henry and Waltena (Reuter) Frieman.

For a number of years Edward operated a threshing rig and also a saw mill. At the time of his passing in 1943 he was Highway Commissioner for Oakdale Township.

Edward and Irene were the parents of four sons, Enloe, Cecil, Verdell and Edward Harold.

Enlow married Sandra Cantrill in the Greenville Baptist Church on february 4, 1967. They live in Oakdale. Enloe is employed in the maintenance department at Menard Prison. They have three sons, Jason, Timothy and Andrew.

Cecil married Myrene Carson on July 8, 1972 in the Reformed Presbyterian Church at Oakdale and they live in Oakdale. They have one son, Gregory, and one daughter, Karen.

Verdell married Patsy Sue Nickolson on August 31, 1963 in the First Baptist Church at Christopher. They live in Marissa. They have two sons, Jimmie and Danny.

Cecil and Verdell are in partnership. They own and operate four coin-operated laundries and two car washes. they also operate a Christmas Tree Farm.

Edward Harold married Ruth Clark March 31, 1962 in the Nine Mile Baptist Church at Tamaroa. They have two daughters, Sara and Debra, and live in East Peoria. Edward Harold is employed in the office of the Caterpillar Tractor Company.

By Irene Alfeldt

From 1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY ILLINOIS HISTORY 
ALFELDT CHRIST
 
32 Elsie was quite an artist in oils. David Gines and his sister, Karen Gines, both have one of her paintings. ALLBRIGHT ELSIE MAE (ALBRIGHT)
 
33 Graudate of James Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois. Richard was a partner in Med-Pac Hospital Supplies. ALLEN RICHARD WHEATON
 
34 Carol graduated from the U. of Illiinois in 1957, with a B. A. in English and Speech. ALLISON CAROL ALICE
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
36 Died because of hemmoraging at child birth. Baby Owens is the child. The child was buried with mother in the foot. AMOS ENNID LOUISE
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
38 Carol and Helen were raised by Allie Anderson Owen's parents. ANDERSON ALLIE MAY
 
39 Per Narratives of Randolph County, she was a Sunday School Teacher and also taught kindergarten. ANDERSON ANNA LAURA
 
40 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
42 She had one child by a previous marriage. ANDERSON KATHY
 
43 Per Narratives of Randolph County, she was literary minded, taught school, was County Superintendent of Schools whle living at Jetmore, Kansas. Of later years lived in Fullerton, California, near her sons. ANDERSON MARY LAVINA
 
44 Per Narratives of Randolph County, Robert was an elder in Covenanter Church at Oakdale, Illinois. He was married twice. ANDERSON ROBERT PURDY
 
45 Sam is a Chemical Engineer - graduate of the U. of Illinois and is employed by DuPont Co., Wilmington, Delaware. ANDERSON SAM P.
 
46 Per Narratives of Randolph County, he was a carpenter, jolly and composed verse. ANDERSON SAMUEL HAMILTON
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
48 harold was in construction work - also served in the Marines - now retired. There were two children by his first marriage - Harold Jr. & Jean. 4 grandchildren. ANSELM HAROLD
 
49 Has been in the Navy - recently retired and living with his father. ANSELM HAROLD, JR.
 
50 Lives in St. Louis, MO. ANSELM JEAN
 

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