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151 MRS. JOHN BIERMAN

Mrs. Louise Bierman, nee Berning, was born March 18, 1859, in Halle, Westphalia, Germany. She lost both her parents before she was seven years of age and at the invitation of her uncle, Mr. Krueger, emigrated to this country in company with the Buhrmester family when she was nine years old. She was made a member of the family in the home of her uncle and there grew to womanhood. She was united in marriage to John Biermann on February 18, 1877, who with his bride moved to a farm near Centralia and thirty-one years ago settled on the farm which has been their home until the death of teh wife. Nine children were born to this union of whom one son, Benjamin, departed this life in October, 1918, at Camp Granat. The surviving children are: Louis, Edward, Arthur, Albert, Harry and James of Centralia, Mrs. Walter Dueker of Huegely and Margaret of Centralia.
The departed was converted and became a member of the German M. E. Church at North Prairie at the age of fifteen years, continuing to be a true child of God during her entire life. After moving away from the vicinity of this church Mr. and Mrs. Bierman affiliated with the Hoyleton Church. About two years ago she was taken seriously ill and has been in delicate health since that time. She passed away Friday.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Rev. E. Hemke officiating, and interment was made in Elmwood Cemetery at Centralia.
The pallbearers were Cleve, Richard and Amos Bierman, James Jones, Earl Garrison, and Ed Norton. Flower girls were Bertha and Erma Garrison, Stella Norton, Rosa Jones and Marguerite Dinkelman.
Never shall you be forgotten,
Never from our memories fade,
A loving heart will always linger
Around the grave where you are laid.
The Lord said, you have finished;
Come up higher, mother, dear,
You have won a crown in heaven
for the pains you suffered here.

Louise Berning was born on the 18th of March 1859 in the little village Hille, Westphalia, Germany. Both of her parients died before she was 7 years old. An uncle, who lived in the United States, sent for the little orphan, and she came across the Atlantic with the family of Mr. Burmeister. In the home of her uncle Krueger she found a hearty welcome and was brot up as a member of the family. On reaching a sufficient age she worked for several families, longest for Mr. Louis Huck of North Prairie. There she met and married John Biermann (Feb. 1877) with whom she has jointly born the trials, sorrows and joys of life for 43 years. After marriage they moved into the neighborhood of Centralia, living at different places until they moved to the home from which she now has gone to her heavenly home. Mrs. Bierman became the mother of nine children. One of them, Ben, gave his life in the service of his country during the war. The other eight are living and mourn tthe death of a beloved mother. they are: Louis, Edward, Arthur,
Albert, Harry, James, Ida (Mrs. Walter Dueker) and Margaret.
In her girlhood she lived close to the German M. E. Church of North Prairie in families and among members of that church. It was but natural that she should attend that Sunday School and Church, receive catethelical instruction and was eventually examined and received as a member of the church. In her 15th or 16th year she was soundly converted and has, since then, been a consistent and faithful member of the church of her choice and a true follower of her Saviour. This has been no easy matter for her since she lived far from her church and had the core of a large family and home which made it impossible to be a regular attendant of the services and have the blessings and encourgement of such communions. Yet, in spite of this it can be truthfully said: she has kept the faith. Her ________ faith made her uncomplaining in her sickness, knowing that her Lord would put no greater burden on her than she could bear. Even in the hours of her sickness she was ever thotful of others willing to help in some way if she could.
About two years ago Mrs. Biermann took seriously ill and at different times her death was expected almost hourly. Lately she has suffered greatly, but greater yet has been her faith and the sustaining grace of God in whom she trusted. She left a clear testimony of her salvation to her dear ones and all her friends. On the evening of the 61s6 anniversary of her birth, March 18, 1920 God took her home.
Beside the children names above, Mrs. Biermann leaves her life's companion who has been striken by a fatal disease and who may soon follow her to the home above. With him 13 grandchildren look today upon the calm face of grandmother for the last time in this world; one half brother, other relatives and a host of friends. But we all look, tho with tear-dimmed eyes toward the heaven which is her eternal abode and which we, by the help of God, hope to share some day.

 
BERNING MARY LOUISE
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
153 Dr. Edward Bernreuter, a brother of George and Louis Bernreuter, was a son of Dr. Conrad Bernreuter of Nashville, IL.
Edward was born in 1859, died in 1905 in Mt. Olive, Il., where he practiced medicine and surgery. He had his medical and musical education in Germany - (he was an accomplished pianist). He continued medicine in Vienna as an observer and student of surgery which was then in its infancy.
Through the influence of an Aunt who lived in Mt. Olive, Il., he opened his offices in that city. Since this was a coal mining area he felt he could successfully pursue his surgical knowledge there because of the number of accidents in the coal mine during that period. He became well-known for his success in orthopedic surgery, but died in his prime, aged forty-five.
He married Lydia Nieman of Mt. Olive. Several of their children died in infancy. Those who grew to maturity were Walter, Corinne, Alfred, Winona, and Herbert.
Walter, the eldest was a graduate electrical engineer, University of Illinois, 1901. He never married.
Corinne, a graduate of Strasburg Conservatory in St. Louis, married but had no children.
Alfred was first violinist with the St. Louis Symphony during most of his productive years. Later he taught music at Greenville, Il. College. He also married but had no children.
Winona died at twenty-five.
Herbert was born September 1900 and died in 1954. He, too, was a graduate engineer, and had an inventive turn of mind, having invented a bomb sight which the government purchased and used throughout WJ.W.II. He married twice. His first wife was Elizabeth von-Einem by whom he had two daughters. Betty Jean (b. 8-22-27) married Thos. Nielson on 8-22-47. They have two sons: Thomas, b. 1-27-51, is a Congregational minister in Illinois, and Kurt, who is a radio announcer in Iowa. Betty Jean lives in Franklin Park, IL. Their second daughter is Joann b. 10-5-29. She married Harry Caldwell on 1-22-49. they have four children: Craig b. 1950, Brad b. 1952, Joy b. 1954, Barry, b. 1957. Joann lives in Decatur, Illinois.
Herbert's second wife is Claire Tonnies of Albers, IL who now lives in Tucson, Arizona. Clair is the mother of Deborah b. 12-13-51, now a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Info. as of 1979 Washington County History 
BERNREUTER EDWARD
 
154 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
155 George Bernreuter was the middle son among three brothers, who with six sisters were born in the vicinity of Nashville during the Civil War period. their parents were Dr. Conrad Bernreuter and Catherine Stullken.
All three of the brothers became highly educated: Edward, the oldest, in medicine, George in theology, and Louis in law.
George was born in Nashville on october 20, 1860. He graduated from Central Wesleyan College, Warrenton, MO. and then from McKendree College at Lebanon, Il. in 1888. He then attended Boston University School of Theology, graduating in 1892. While there, he preached at a church in Osterville, Mass. on Cape Cod. He had previously preached during his college years at Humboldt, Neb. in both Enjglish and German. He knew seven languages and was also a poet and hymn writer. He was a professor of ancient languages at Spokane College, Washington at one time.
After leaving Boston, he returned to Illinois and joined the Rock River Conference of the Methodist Church. His final church was at Tampico, Il. where he died on April 19, 1904. A large stained glass window was placed in the Tampico church in his memory by his devoted parishoners.
While serving at Rockford, Il. he married Edith Wynne Gibbon, a member of the church choir, who was born in Stockton-on Tees, England on July 15, 1875. She died on April 1, 1964 in Washington, D.C. and is buried next to her husband in Nashville, IL.
They had two children, Getrude Etelka, bornb January 16, 1896, and Robert Gibbon, born December 9, 1901. Gertrude graduated from Northwestern University and did graduate work at University of California. She taught Latin and Music in high school before her marriage in 1922 to Howard Hosmer of Nashville. She became a registered parliamentarian, is active in church and club work, and in 1966 was listed in Who's Who of American Women.
Gertrude and Howard Hosmer have three children. Mary Edith, born September 3, 1925, Helen born April 16, 1929, and Howard, Jr. born June 27, 1932. Mary Edith and Helen graduated from Northwestern University. Howard, Jr. from Penn State University and George Washington School of Law.
Mary Edith married Gordon Gilbertson of Salem, Oregon in 1947. Their children are Douglas born August 11, 1948, Meredith, born September 28, 1951, and Grant Hosmer, born April 20, 1954. Paul Douglas married Hope Campbell. they have one son, Brockman Hosmer, born December 5, 1975. Meredith married Dwight Clark Smith on May 19, 1979
Helen Hosmer married Robert Arnold Dentler, a sociologist who became Dean of the School of Education at Boston University. Their oldest child was born October 31, 1952. She graduated from Boston University in 1974 and from the Law School of the University of California at Los Angeles in 1979, with honors. She married Garrett Stewart, an English professor and writer at University of California at Santa Barbara. Eric Arnold was born August 6, 1955. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Hotel Administration. Robin Howard was born April 13, 1960 and attends Middlesex College at Bedford, Mass.
Howard Jr. served in the army in England from 1954 to 1957. He married Dorothy Addison who was born in Liverpool, England. Their children are Dianne Louise, born February 8, 1958, Philip Howard born July 30, 1962, and David Addison born August 19, 1967.
The younger child of George and Edith Bernreuter is Robert Gibbon. He graduated from the College of the Pacific and then earned a degree in Psychology from Stanford University. He taught psychology at Penn. State University, then served as Dean of Admissions, as Registrar and as Vice-President for student affairs. He constructed a personality test, the Personality Inventory, that was widely used and was translated into most major languages.
Robert married Shirley Trimble Buell, born August 5, 1909. She is a professional artist, who works mainly in pastel. they adopted a child Betty Jane Teeter, born September 22, 1940. Betty Jane married Karl Purnell by whom she had three children. Alexandra Spottswood, born September 14, 1968; Christopher Saxten, born August 14, 1969 and Justin Montcalm, born May 18, 1970. After a divorce from Karl Purnell in 1974 she married in 1975 Carl Paulin Zietlow, born April 14, 1931. They have one child, David Robert Gibbon, born September 28, 1976.
1979 Washington County History 
BERNREUTER GEORGE
 
156 Louis Bernreuter, son of Dr. Conrad Bernreuter (*) was born in St. Charles, MO on April 11th, 1863 where his parents had fled during the Civil War to escape harassment by local Southern Sympathizers. At the close of the war the family returned to Nashville, Illinois.
Louis was the youngest of three sons and began his career as a school teacher in the Nashville High School. In 1892 he married Minna Krughoff, of Hoyleton Township, who was the daughter of Fred Krughoff and his wife Wilhelmina, nee Peithman.
As a young teenager he drove for his father on medical calls, which at this time were made by horse and buggy, and often assisted him in amputations which in those days was about the limit of surgery. At this time he became interested in Art and went to classes via the L. & N. and Illinois Central trains to the Irvington Community where a colony of New Englanders had settled bringing some of their culture and talent with them.
Louis was a avid reader and student and began his Law studies by reading in the Law Office of Charles T. Moore and by attending Apellate Court Sessions in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. He passed the Illinois State Bar examinations in 1894. He ran for County Judge on the Republican ticket and was elected in 1903, serving one and half terms before he ran for Circuit Judge of the 3rd Judicial District of Illinois in 1909. He held this office four successive terms, totaling 24 years. The 3rd Judicial District consisted of Seven Counties as follows: Madison, Bond, St. Clair, Washington, Perry, Monroe and Randolph (**). As a judge he was always tolerant and patient with young inexperienced lawyers in his court, who in later years referred to him affectionately as "Unle Louis". It should be mentioned also that he was a man of high integrity and fairness to the guilty as well as the non-guilty. After retirement in 1933, at age 70, he returned to a leisurely Law practice and died in 1943.
Judge Bernreuter and his wife Minna were the parents of two children. Ruth born in 1896 and Edward Louis born in 1906. Ruth the writer of this sketch married James Albert Watts, Jr. of Nashville in 1922 in New York City. He was the son of J. A. Watts, Sr. an Attorney of Nashville. They were the parents of three children, David, James and Joan.
David, who lives in Nashville, was born in 1923, and operates a Mimeographing Service.
James, known as "Bud" was born in 1925, who is a farmer and Land Manager also lives in Nashville. He married Imogene Decker in 1948 after being discharged from the Submarine service after World War II. They have three sons, Bill, Tom, and Eric. Bill married Pamela Boone of Mt. Vernon, Il. in 1978 and they have one daughter, Beth Melinda, born in 1979, also two sons, Blaine and Mickey Middleton, sons of Pamela by a former marriage. Bill's field is in construction.
Thomas, Bud's second son, married Katherine Alonzo of St. Louis, MO in 1973. Their First child Brian, was born in 1975 and died in infancy the same year. Two more sons, Christopher and Steven were born in 1976 and 1979 respectively. He is associated with his father in farming in Nashville.
Eric, the third son, married Eve Linsner of Palatine, Illinois in 1979. He is employed by Stotlar Grain at the Chicago Board of Trade.
Joan, the third child of Ruth and Albert was born in 1928 and married Wm. Huffman, Jr. of Carbondale in 1947 where they own and operate a Funeral Home. They are the parents of two daughters, Jane, born in 1948 and Elizabeth, born in 1950. Jane married Mark Koprucki of Chicago in 1976. He is a Financial Analyst in the First National Bank of Cincinnati. Elizabeth married Bakr Abolkhair in 1977. He is an Economist from Ryadh, Saudi Arabia. They have one son, Abdullah, born in 1979 in Berkeley, California where they live.
All the last five generations in this history were born in Nashville, Illinois, except Jane and Elizabeth Huffman born in Carbondale, Illinois.
*Further information may be found in the 1879 History of Washington County on page 56.
**Further Information can be found in "History of Southern Illinois" by George Washington Smith, Dean of the History Dept. of Southern Illinois University in Vol. III on page 1234.

1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORY
 
BERNREUTER JUDGE LOUIS
 
157 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: 1991 Mormon Ancestral Files shows William Bethurum b. 1782, York,
Pa., the son of Benjamin Bethurum. Still need to verify that David and Willaim
and Isaac are brothers, but they were all in Rockcastle County, Ky per the Tax
Lists.

!BIRTH: Bethurum Family Book by Loren C. Beougher, Raytown, MO, 10-14-1987.

!MARRIAGE: Bethurum Family Book by Loren C. Beougher, Raytown, MO, 10-14-1987.

Probably married a Porter.

!RESIDENCE: Ireland, Yorktown, Pennsylvania and Rockcastle Co., KY

!DEATH: Bethurum Family Book by Loren C. Beougher, Raytown, MO, 10-14-1987. 
BETHURUM BENJAMIN SR.
 
158 Per Larry Herrin:
!BIRTH: a) 1850 Rockcastle County, Ky Census, Southern Dist., page 170, 3 Sep
b) Bethurum Family Book by Loren C. Beougher, Raytown, Mo 10-14-1987

!MARRIAGE: a) Mormon 1984 IGI. David P. Bethurum m. Margaret Kincaid 07 Nov
1807 Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky.
b) Pulaski County Kentucky Marriage Bond with consent note dated
November 7, 1807.

source b):
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Lic. This Shall be a Sufficient authority foryou to Issue licence to David
Bethurum to my Daughter Peggy given Under my hand & Seal this 2d, November
1807.
Test James Kincaid --SEAL--
John Kincaid
Joseph Kincaid
______________
Tothe Clerk of the
County of Pulaski
State of Kentucky
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Marriage Bond binds David Bethurum to Peggy Kincaid, bondsmen: David
Bethurum and John Kincaid, Will Fox, 7th Day of November 1807.
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!CENSUS: 1850 Rockcastle County, Ky Census, Southern Dist., page 170, 3 Sep 1850

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193 193 David Bethurum 65 M Farmer 1800 Pa
Margaret 65 F "
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!DEATH: Bethurum Family Book by Loren C. Beougher, Raytown, MO 10-14-1987 
BETHURUM DAVID PORTER SR.
 
159 Per Larry Herrin:
!BURIAL: Photo of stone taken at Providence Cem. Brodhead, Rockcastle, KY 
BETHURUM ELIZABETH (ELIZA) A.
 
160 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: 1991 Mormon Ancestral Files shows Isaac Bethurum b. 1778, York,
Pa., the son of Benjamin Bethurum. Still need to verify that David and Willaim
and Isaac are brothers, but they were all in Rockcastle County, Ky per the Tax
Lists. 
BETHURUM ISAAC
 
161 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: 1991 Mormon Ancestral Files shows William Bethurum b. 1782, York,
Pa., the son of Benjamin Bethurum. Still need to verify that David and Willaim
and Isaac are brothers, but they were all in Rockcastle County, Ky per the Tax
Lists.

!MARRIAGE: 1991 Mormon IGI on CD-ROM. (Shows Delena A. Harness one place and
Julia A., another). 1850 Rockcastle County, Kentucky Census show that he was
married to Mary, 68 F, born NC and had daughter Elizabeth. 
BETHURUM WILLIAM
 
162 Frances attended Stephens college, Columbia, Mo. Graduate of U. of Maryland, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Was chosen Beauty Queen of the University. BEURY FRANCES
 
163 Per Larry Herrin:
!BURIAL: Buried in Flat Lick Cemetery off Highway 461 North of Hwy 80 by Flat
Lick Baptist Church.

!MARRIAGE: Handwritten Note from Robert Bingham and John A. Robins to Eliga
Hurst

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" sept 1878
28
Mr Eliga hurst
sir you Will ishue lisan fer Davd Bingham and Sarah robins to Maary and
this Will A Blig yours this is from under our hands
Robrt Bingham
Jhon A robins"
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Copy of Official Marriage Bond issued in Bell County, Kentucky
David Bingham principal, Elisha Bingham as surety. Bound David Bingham and
Sarah Robbins Pineville, Bell County, Kentucky 28 September 1878. E Hurst,
Clerk.
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!RESIDENCE: Bell and Pulaski Counties, KY

!VOCATION: Farmer

!DEATH: Will of David Bingham Pulaski County, KY Will Book 9 Page 192 dated 25
Aug 1937.

(Abstracted by Larry Herrin):
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Property to be reduced to cash and divided into equal parts and dsitributed
as follows:
Robert Bingham
Dona Herrin
Nannie Farley
James Bingham
Debie Herrin
Boyd Bingham
Calvin Bingham
Bertha Benneli
Mollie Poynter all my children
Dice Hall, now dead, her part to go to children:
Louis Hall
Eva Hall
provided Louis Hall settles down and behaves himself properly. Also, as
Beeler Bingham is dead his interest to go to:
Eugene
George
Beeler Bingham, Jr. his children
Robert Bingham, son excr. his
wit: Gladstone Wesley David X Bingham
V. O. Tartar mark
Recorded and certified 3 April 1935
Onie P. Hamilton, Clerk
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Sarah Robbins renounced the will of David Bingham Pulaski Co., KY Deed
Book 9, page 199 (1935).
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BINGHAM DAVID WILLIAM
 
164 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: Elston Herrin Delayed Birth Certificate No. 1854 from Gallatan
County, Montana lists Dona Ellen Bingham as born in Wasiotta, Bell
County, Ky and is the mother.

!MARRIAGE: Commonwealth of Ky Marriage Certificate No. 426 dated 6 Jul 1905 to
Joseph M. Herrin. Never married Ora Cox.

!RESIDENCE: Bell and Pulaski Counties, Ky

OCCUPATION: housekeeper and midwife.

!BURIED: Buried in the Peyton Randall Cemetery on Herrin Lane in Shopville, KY. 
BINGHAM DONA ELLEN
 
165 Barbara can be found on the 1860 census records for Wayne Co, Plain Twp, Ohio. She is livng with her children: Fanny, Anna, Barbara, Mary, and Elizabeth. The family is living between the families of David Mellinger and Christian Mellinger. BINKLEY BARBARA
 
166 Source: Jeannine Scholz

Barbara can be found on the 1860 census records for Wayne Co, Plain Twp, Ohio. She is livng with her children: Fanny, Anna, Barbara, Mary, and Elizabeth. The family is living between the families of David Mellinger and Christian Mellinger. 
BINKLEY BARBARA
 
167 Unknown Writer:t and saw mill and in 1789 the famous Binkley's Bridge. The mill was three and a half stories high and measured thirty by sixty feet. It is said he was wealthy. he is listed in the records as having __rded horses, along with other Lancaster citizens, in compliance with the Army order of 1 August, 1780 which stated "the county was to furnish 1,200 barrels of four monthy, 5,000 bushels of forage, 50 wagons, 400 horses and 700 men." d the river, was the first stone bridge in Lancaster County and cost about $17,000 to build. To repay the cost of construction, Christian sought to have the state grant him the priviledge of making it a toll bride. Unable to secure permission, he later transferred the bridge to the public for one thousand pounds in sold and silver coin. BINKLEY Christian
 
168 There has been lots of confusion over at least 2 Johannes Binkleys. According to Bridget Rogier who has done a lot of research on the Binkley family, our Johannes came over with Felix Landis in 1719. He is not the Johannes who was the son of Christian Binkley, born in 1695, who came to PA in 1736 and died in 1757. n Rupp's Thirty Thousand Names, P. 436, where a reference is made to the arrival of Johannes Binkley and Felix Landis during 1719.his Johannes came to America from the Canton Bern, Switzerland, along with a party of emigrants, which included the Landis and Herr families.The party found settlement in a locality then known as "old Hickory," nearby to the present city of Lancaster, and now being the townships of Lampeter and Manor, in Lancaster County, PA. These Binkleys spread over the township of Manheim during the course of time, and there is now a small community there called Binkley. It is not known at this time, if these Binkleys were related, or a connection, of those of the name to be dealt with hereafter, but at this time it would seem that there were no blood ties, this side of Europe at least, and it would appear that they were of the Mennonite and Dunkard faithe, although there were many Binkleys found in the records of the Lutheran Church of Lancaster City, 1780-1746."nnes and Barbara for 100 pounds.e the third part of all movable goods and income of the plantation until my son Johannes turns twenty one. When the oldest son takes over the place its value shall be appraised and the third part of it given to my wife Barbara. And the eldest son as well as all the other children shall divide up the rest in equal parts among them. My wife shall have her widow property as long as she lives. Whoever takes over shall give her a room and a stove and fifteen bushels of wheat and three bushels of corn and three bushels of barley shall be given to her annually. A fat pig weighing a minimum of a hundred pounds and thiry pounds of beef as well as two barrels of cider shall be available to her every year. Furthermore a cow of her choice among all the available ones on the property shall be kept for her use as well as four sheep and she shall be entitled to use a fourth of the garden. Also a fourth of flax and hn) that Johannes mentions frequently in the will died within a few months of the death of his father. BINKLEY Johannes
 
169 John was the oldest child of Johannes. A horse killed him before his marriage and before he reached his 21st birthday. Apparenty the will of his father was never probated because of the death of John, his first born son, who is mentioned in the will. BINKLEY John
 
170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
171 John owns and operates a service station in Cape Girardeau. BLANKENSHIP JOHN
 
172 Per Larry Herrin:
James "Morris" Blevins name was taken from the family Bible of Willis and Lillie Blevins. 
BLEVINS JAMES MORRIS
 
173 Per Larry Herrin:
1 NAME Willis /Blevins/
2 SOUR S18033
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Apr 9, 2000
1 NAME Willis F. /Blevins/ 
BLEVINS WILLIS FRANKLIN
 
174 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: Family Group Record of Pamela Waddle Copenhaver, Springfield, Il.
Marriage consent of Matthew Barnes to Latice Richardson.

"This is to certify that I am willion that you Shold Let Matthew Barnes
have Licens fore him Self and my daughter Latice giving under my hand this
19th of June 1812. Jane Richardson
test James Dolin"

!DEATH: Pulaski Co., KY Will Book 1 p229. 
BOBBITT JANE (JENNY)
 
175 Obituary from Nashville News 1/15/03

LINDA TUBBS
Linda H. Tubbs, 98, of Nashville, passed away at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, January 12, 2003 at Friendshp Manor Healthcare Center in Nashville.
Born in Advance, Missouri, on August 20, 1904, she was the daughter of Fredrick and Clara (Sparfield) Bock. She was united in marriage to L. Floyd Tubbs on April 3, 1932 at Advance, Missouri. He preceded her in death on October 1, 1998.
Survivors include a son, Leland F. Tubbs, Jr. and wife Lavera of Mascoutah; two daughers, Marjorie Shubert and husband Glynn of Watson and Marilyn Hemminghaus and husband Louis of Nashville; a sister, Viola Weisenborn of Columbia; 12 grandchldren, 22 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Linda was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a brother, Otto Bock, and four sisters, Frieda Moore, Anna Moore, Lydia Brink, and Ida Nothdurft.
Mrs. Tubbs was a member of the North Prairie Church for many years. After its closing, she and her husband transferred to the Grace United Methodist Church in Nashville. Linda was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 805 of Nashville and Washington County, and the Washington County Hospital Auxiliary. She enjoyed working on the family farm, gardening and raising flowers.
Funeral services will be held at the Campagna Funeral Home in Nashville Wesnesday, January 15, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Robert Herath officiating.
Interment will be in North Prairie Cemetery in rural Nashville.
Should friends desisre, memorial contributions may be made to the Grace United Methodist Church or the Order of the Eastern Star and will be received by the Campagna Funeral Home. 
BOCK LINDA H.
 
176 Caroline's full name as it appears on St. John's Lutheran Church Records, New Minden, Ill., is Friedericke Wilhelmine Caroline Hoffman. Her place and date of birth is listed as Krohenlo, by Preusz Minden, Germany, May 1, 1819. She was married three times. Her second husband, whom she married on Dec. 30, 1856, was Friederich Christian Hesemann, who died on October 31, 1858, at the age of 38 years and 5 months. New Minden Church records note that he was not a member of that congregation and not buried on their cemetery. Two children, a boy and a girl - twins - were born of this union. The girl's name was Martha and she married a man named Myer. The boy's name was Henry and I have not been able to learn anything about him except that he married and moved on a farm near Lockwood, Mo.
Caroline's third marriage was to Wilhelm (Bismarch) Vogt on May 15, 1860. He died Apr. 15, 1904, and is buried in the New Minden Cemetery. Caroline died March 4, 1896, at the age of 76, after an illness of 6 days. She also is burried in the New Minden Cemetery.
From "Hoffmans 1662 - 1972"
Compiled by Bernice Reinhardt 
BOCKER CAROLINE
 
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
182 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
183 Fred farmed around Covington, Illinois. BOESTER FRED
 
184 He was killed instantly when he lost control of his car. BOESTER HENRY
 
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
187 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
189 Christened 1836. BOHL ELIZABETH
 
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
191 After her husband's death, Caroline continued as postmaster until she married Mr. Boeving and they moved to St. Louis. Caroline was the daughter of Theodore Bonner, who at one time operated a bakery in Nashville, Illinois. BONNER CAROLINE
 
192 Per Larry Herrin:
[2bookout[1].FTW]

1920 AL Jackson Co., Base Precinct, Roll 16, pg 38
Bookout, Gaines hh m 42 AL TN TN
Maud M. wife f 40 AL AL AL
Herbert s m 15 AL AL AL (killed-train)
Robert R. s m 13 AL AL AL
Gaines H. s m 11 AL AL AL
James E. s m 9 AL AL AL
Pluma d f 5 AL AL AL
(Private) d f 4 AL AL AL
Margaret B. d f 2mo. AL AL AL

USGENWEB Archives:
CENTENNIAL CEMETERY, JACKSON COUNTY, ALABAMA
GAINES BOOKOUT 1881 1952
MAUDE M. BOOKOUT 1879 1974
HUBERT BOOKOUT 1904 1935

Descendant Contact:
1.Shirley Bookout Evans (ShirleyEva/@/aol.com) d/o G.H. Bookout and Alice
Price>Gaines Bookout and Maud Arnold>James Bookout and Millie
Smith>Charles H. Bookout and Louisa Bray>Joseph Bookout and Polly
Overstreet>Charles Bookout>Joseph Bookout. 
BOOKOUT GAINES M.
 
193 Per Larry Herrin:
[2bookout[1].FTW]

1920 AL Jackson Co., Prec. 6, ED 27, Roll 16, Pg 11A, 21 Jan 1920
Bookout, George W. hh m 44 AL AL AL farmer
Beulah wife f 37 AL AL AL
George C. son m 19 AL AL AL farm laborer
Syd son m 16 AL AL AL farm laborer
Ruth dau f 11 AL AL AL farm laborer

Buried at Longacre Cemetery, Jackson Co., AL.--S.Evans 
BOOKOUT GEORGE W.
 
194 Per Larry Herrin:
1860 AL, Jackson Co., Div 1, pg 126
Bookout, C.H. m 44 KY farmer
Louise f 40 TN
William R. m 20 AL
Lucinda C. f 17 AL
James m 16 AL
Sarah E. f 10 AL
John R. m 7 AL
Nancy C. f 4 AL
George W. m 1 AL

1880 AL Jackson Co., District 99, ED 99, pg 14
Bookout, James A. hh m 36 AL -- --
Millie w f 26 AL KY KY
Mary E. d f 11 AL AL AL
William W.s m 10 AL AL AL
Charlie s m 7 AL AL AL
George s m 5 AL AL AL
Gaines s m 3 AL AL AL
Nzath s m 5/12 AL AL AL


James A. Bookout b ca 1844 Cherokee Co., AL
m. Millie E. Smith June 13, 1866 in Dade Co.,GA
children:dau - Mary E. b ca 1868 Jackson Co., AL
son - William H. b ca 1870 "
son - Charlie b ca 1873 "
son - George W. b ca 1875 "
son - Gaines b ca 1877 "
son - Nzath b ca 1870 "
dau - Lucy b 1885 "

USGENWEB Archives:
CENTENNIAL CEMETERY, JACKSON COUNTY, ALABAMA
JAMES A. BOOKOUT NO DATES CPL 12 TENN CAV.

Descendant Contact:
1.Shirley Bookout Evans (ShirleyEva/@/aol.com) d/o G.H. Bookout and Alice
Price>Gaines Bookout and Maud Arnold>James Bookout and Millie
Smith>Charles H. Bookout and Louisa Bray>Joseph Bookout and Polly
Overstreet>Charles Bookout>Joseph Bookout. 
BOOKOUT JAMES A.
 
195 Per Larry Herrin:
1850 Cherokee Co., AL, 26th District, pg 83, Lucinda C., age 7, born AL,
living with parents.

1860 AL, Jackson Co., Div 1, pg 126, Lucinda C., age 17, born AL, living
with parents.

Lucinda Bookout who married Ransom Steel is the daughter of Charles H.
Bookout. A marriage bond for $200 was signed by Ransom Steel and Richard
Simpson on 13 Sep 1867 in DeKalb Co., AL. License issued for marriage
between Ransom and Lucinda same date.--Shirley Evans ShirleyEva/@/aol.com
2/19/99

Census: 1870 AL, Jackson Co., District 5, Subdiv. 1, Stevenson Post
Office,
Page 11, dated 30 Jul 1870. Family 98
Bookout, Louisa F 49 TN
Sara E. F 20 AL
John R. M 13 AL

Family 99 (next door to Lucinda's mother, Louisa)
Steel(e), Ransom M 22 AL
Lucinda C. M 25 AL
Nancy C. F 13 AL

1870 AL, Jackson Co., Div #1, Pg 11
Bookout, Louise f 49 TN
Sarah E. f 20 AL
John R. m 16 AL
Nancy C. f 13 AL 
BOOKOUT LUCINDA C.
 
196 Per Larry Herrin:
[2bookout[1].FTW]

Buried at New Hope Cemetery, New Hope, Marion Co., TN.--S. Evans 
BOOKOUT MYRTLE L.
 
197 Per Larry Herrin:
[2bookout[1].FTW]

My mother, Alice Price Bookout, died on 21 Nov 1998, and is buried at the
Sequatchie Valley Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Jasper, Marion County,
TN.--Shirley Evans, ShirleyEva/@/aol.com 2/1/99 
BOOKOUT SHIRLEY
 
198 Per Larry Herrin:
[2bookout[1].FTW]

1860 AL, Jackson Co., Div 1, pg 126, William H. Bookout, age 20, born AL,
living in household with parents.

1880 AL Jackson Co., District 99, ED 99, pg 14, William H. Bookout, age
10, born AL, both parents born AL, living in parents household. 
BOOKOUT WILLIAM H.
 
199 http://www.shawhan.com/families/ingelsj.rtf gives her year of birth as 1751. BOONE CATHERINE
 
200 Daughter of Noah Boone (which one?) BOONE ELIZA A.
 

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