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Mrs. Killion, whose home was at 700 Illinois Avenue, died in Christian Welfare hospital ... Putnam survives, as does one brother, Fred Kraper of Karnak, Ill. He lived here four years. The funeral of Victor Kroeves, who died at the Henrietta hospital ... (genealogytrails.com)
He was born in Morgantown, Kentucky, on August 22, 1850, and died at his home in Karnak, Illinois, September 27, 1931, at the age of 81 years, 1 month and 5 days. - In his young manhood days he felt the need of a Saviour to guide him over the difficult ... (findagrave.com)
He enjoyed attending the workshop at M.A.P. Training Center in Karnak, Illinois and going to church at Lighthouse Assembly of God in Metropolis. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday morning, December 21, 2016, at 11 AM at Bailey Funeral Home in Vienna. (www.facebook.com)
and continues on a trail spur for 2.5 miles from Karnak to the Cache River State Natural Area and the Henry Barkhausen Wetlands Center on the old Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad bed. It boasts 23 picturesque trestle bridges, including one that is 450 ... (Rantoul Press)
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. — Judith A. (Clayton) Daugherty, 73, passed away Thursday, Sept. 1, in Alamogordo, N.M. She was born March 29, 1943, in Karnak, Ill., to Ruel and Madge (Beshear) Clayton. She is survived by her husband, Forest "Junior" Daugherty ... (The Times)
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