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Surviving are her children, Russell David (Vicki) Baker Jr., Earl Baker, Theresia (Denny) Quigley, all of Forrest; James Baker, Piper City; John (Glenda) Baker, Chatsworth ... who will be greatly missed. This obituary may be viewed and condolences sent ... (WJBC)
Barbara was born on April 17, 1937 and passed away on Wednesday, January 25, 2017. Barbara was a resident of Chatsworth, Illinois at the time of her passing. She was married to Arlen. A memorial service will be... (legacy.com)
Churches included were Clifton, Danville, Hume, Metcalf, Kansas, Harmony, St. Joseph, Decatur, Oakland, Hindsboro, Chatsworth, Heyworth, Gays and Edgar, Illinois ... click on obituaries, select the individual's name, scroll to the bottom of the page ... (Journal Gazette and Times Courier)
Esmen, Livingston County, Ill. April 11, 1875, aged 63 years. [Compiled from old newspapers by Milo Custer in 1912 - Submitted by Teri Colglazier] Former Legislator Dead. Dewight. Ill., Feb. 10. - Michael Cleary, former member of the Illinois general ... (genealogytrails.com)
Mrs. Kemnetz was born Augsust 27, 1890 in Chatsworth, Illinois to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hornstine. She married in 1911 to Henry Kemnetz who survives. Surviving, along with her husband, are one son, Clarence Kemnetz, R.R.6, Rochester; one sister, Anne ... (cresquesproject.net)
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