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August Jockisch Children

A. Jockisch, William Moritz (1849 - August 8,1850 1 y 8 m 6d)

B. Jockisch, Mary Catherine 18 (APR 1851 Cass, IL- 13 APR 1877 in Jockisch Cemetery, ILL) m: (18 NOV 1869) Rohn, Casper 1850/52-)His second marriage Dunn, Deliah 1860 Beardstown, Cass, IL Census for Mary Jockish age 9 estimated birth year 1851 IL. Family number 1830 p. 255

           

Casper Rohn Plot

                                                                                                    

1. Rohn, Elizabeth m. Eveland, Silas Chester (February 10,1858 Liverpool Twp, Fulton Co. IL-February 10,1949 Waterford Twp Fulton Co, IL) Parents:Eveland, Abner C.  & Ackerson, Elizabeth B.

 

                            

      a. Eveland, Goldie (1893 -1968') m. Ogden, Isaac Elmer   (1872-1954)

                                                                                      

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          1. Odgen, Elmer Earl ( 12 AUG 1892 SEP Fulton County IL - 16, JUN 1982 Lewistown, Fulton CO., IL) m. Bandle, Mary  May   (31 OCT               1890 Fulton Co., IL - 7 JUL 1979 Lewistown, Fulton Co., IL)

                                                                                               

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        2. Ogden, Geraldine "Gerrie" (23 JUL 1921 Lewistown, Fulton               CO., IL - 27 NOV 2010 Peoria, Peoria CO., Il)m. (4 OCT 1941) Snedden, Walter

 

                            GERALDINE "GERRIE" SNEDDEN,

PEORIA, IL - Geraldine "Gerrie" Snedden, 89, of Peoria, Ill., passed away Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010, at Lutheran Hillside Village in Peoria.                        

    Gerrie was born July 23, 1921, in Lewistown, Ill., to Elmer Earl and Mary Mae Bandel Ogden. She married Walter Snedden on Oct. 4, 1941.

     Surviving are her son, David (Barbara) Snedden of Peoria, Ill.; son-in-law, Larry Kemper of Spring, Texas; five grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter.                        

     Gerrie was preceded in death by her husband; a daughter, Judy Kemper; one sister; and one brother.                        

      Gerrie was an assistant manager in the jewelry department for Miracle Mart in Peoria for many years.                        

She was also an active member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Bartonville, Ill.                        

 Cremation rites will be accorded. Published in Peoria Journal Star on November 30, 2010 https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=62679313

                                    a. Snedden, David m. Barbara

 

                                    b. Snedden, Judy, m. Kemper, Larry

 

              3. Ogden, Ethel (29 JAN 1984 Sepo, Fulton Co., IL - 5 APR 1976 Lewistown, Fulton Co., IL) m. Fitch, Clyde (21 MAR 1891 IL- 7 JUN 1965 Lewistown, Fulton Co., IL)

                                                                                                               

     4. Ogden, Eldon Wayne ( February 16,1914 Waterford Twp, Fulton Cnty, IL-26 DEC 1968 Waterford Twp., Fulton Co, IL m: 22 AUG 1932Herriford, Dortha L. (22 AUG 1915-26 JUL 1981)

                                                                                                                      

              a. Ogden Jr., Eldon (Bud) Wayne (27 (DEC 1933 Ipava FultonCO. IL - 29 JUN 2008 San Angelo Tom Green CO., Texas) Note: US AirForceRetired after 23 years in the Security Service m: 5 JUL 1952 RuthLynn (22 Dec 1933-)

                                                                                  

              b. Ogden, Joyce Arlene (4 AUG1937-SEP 2005 Canton Fulto, IL) m. (1861) Stauffer, Charles R. (26 JUN 1928 Miami, Florida-14 MAR 1994 Peoria, IL)                                   

  5. Ogden, Clyde Chester (July 30,1917 - Sepo Fulton                County IL -26 APR 2014 Canton, Fulton Co., IL)

                                                                 

CLYDE ODGEN

Retired coal miner and farmer. Member of the United Mine Workers of America, Fulton County Farm Bureau, and the Waterford Union Church. https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21586934

                                    6. 6. Ogden, Alma Virginia "Virginia" (3 MAR, 1919 Sepo, Feulton CO., IL - 3 OCT 2011 Lewistown, Fulton CO., IL) m. Peterson, Clifford O. 28 APR 1921 Van Hook, Mountrail CO., ND - 9 SEP 2007 Canton, Fulton CO., IL)   

7                                                                       

                       

                                    7.   Ogden, Marion R

                b. Eveland, Abner Chester (19 JUL 1895 Lincoln Co., MO -8 SEPT 1945 • Peoria, Il) m. (1931?) Hezlep, Wilda Luella

 (ABOUT 1909 • Lewistown, Fulton, IL -ABT 1992 • Lewistown, Fulton, IL) Abner & Wilda  m Haselupp, Luella

                c. Eveland, Earnest Wesley (18 JUN 1902Waterford Twp, Fulton Co., IL - 6 JUL 1987 Canton, Fulton Co., IL. m. Mary Ruth

                                                                                                               

                                                                                                        Ernest & Mary Ruth Eveland                                                      

                            1. Eveland, Linda (1938

            2. Rohn, Clara S (15 AUG 1872 • Beardstown, Cass, IL -24 JUN 1938 Beardstown, Cass, IL 67 Bur: Bluff Springs, Cass, IL)  She was a Nurse in Cincinnati, Ohio  

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=38680992&PIpi=18020830

                                                                            

   

                                                                                               

            3. Rohn, Philip(21 AUG 1874 IL-31 MAR 1927 Jacksonville, Morgan, IL) Farmer IL, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 says he died single.

            4. Rohn, George Theophilus (1 Mar 1877 Near Beardst, IL-12 SEP 1913) m: 1902 Brown, IL McDaniel, Lucinda   J. (-29 JUN 1903) Parents: McDaniel, William & Ritter, Eliza J.   

2nd Marriage: Ewen, Mae L (5 APR 1888 IL- 8 JAN 1948 Los Angeles, CA)           

 

                      a. Rohn, Mary C (11 NOV 1906 • IL-21 DEC 1994 Glendale, CA,)m. Cowan, Glen (25 FEB 1905 NE- 11 JAN 2001 Los Angeles, CA)

                                 

                               1. Cowan, Nadine Bonnie (2 JUN 1926 Stratton, Nebraska-20 NOV 1997 Los Angeles, CA) m. Motola

            6. Rohn, Ruby B (3 DEC 1909 • NE-7 DEC 1993 • Los Angeles, CA)

            7. Rohn, George P (12 MAR 1918 • NE - 28 OCT 1970 • San Pedro, Los Angeles, CA)

C. Jockisch, John Phillip (June 1853 Cass, IL - February 19,1855 1y 8m )

D. Jockisch,Martha Ellenora ( October 18,1854 Bluff Springs, Cass, Illinois -July 2,1929) m. (March 11,1873 Cass, IL) Noellsch, Lawrence or Lorentz (December 11,1851-March 13,1940 Boody, IL buried Oak Ridge Cemetery) Parents: Gottlieb (April 3,1822 Durnau, Donaukresis, Wurttemberg, Germany- May 30,1896 Virginia, Cass, Illinois) m: (March 12,1848 Virginia, Cass, IL) Lutz, Dortha C (April 15,1831 France -September 24,1864 Virginia, Cass, IL)

                                                                                                    

                        1. Nollsch, Susan Sophia (11 JAN 1874 • Virginia, Cass, IL - 23 APR 1936 • Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio,) m. (13 OCT 1898 Virginia, Cass Co., IL) Cross, Edwin L. (abt 1869-) 2nd Marriage: (24 NOV 1923) Lampert, Henry P

                                    a. Cross, Herbert Bismark (ABT 21 AUG 1899-) m. (20 ` Nov 1920) Letovemean, Fabiola A -Divorced 7 JAN 1936

                                    b. Cross, Martha ( 1902 New Yoir -) m. Edmondson, Ralph E

                                                1. Edmondson, Alice

                                    c. Cross, Edwin L. (18 FEB 1906 Detroit, Michigan-10 MAR 1991 Livonia, Wayne,                Michigan) In the Army ( 13 FEB  1943-24 OCT 1945)

                                    d. Cross, Susan Sophia (27 FEBRUARY 1908 • Detroit, Michigan - 15 APRIL 1998 • Anaheim, Orange County, CA) m. Burg, Arthur Gust (18 FEB 1904 • Milwaukee, Wisconsin -14 MAR 1981 Los Angeles, CA)

1. Burg, Theodore

                        2. Nollsch, Louise A (JUL 1875 • Virginia, Cass, IL, USA-10 OCT 1961 • Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA) M. Smith, Joseph W (Gust)(ABT 1875 IL-)

                                                                           

                                    a. Smith , Vernon L (6 Jun 1902 St Louis City,Missouri-2 AUG 1973 St. Louis City, Missouri) M. Carr, C Louise (15 OCT 1906 St Louis City, Missouri -21 APR 1991 St Louis City, MO) F3 US NAVY WORLD WAR I

                                                        
1. Smith Margaret Carr (31 JUL 1926 St Louis               City, MO- 5 OCT 1981 St Louis City, MO) m. Erbschole, Mark was in theArmy

                                                                                                                     

                                                          2. Smith, James Joseph (2 JAN 1929-2 JUL 2012)

JAMES JOSEPH SMITH

                                                          

Smith, James J. Fortified with the sacraments of the Holy Mother Church, passed away on July 2, 2012. He was a veteran of the United States Navy serving during the Korean War, a former player for the St. Louis Browns, a member of the Knights of Columbus, and a member of the American Legion.

            James was preceded in death by his parents, Vernon and Louise, nee Carr, Smith and a sister, Margaret Erbschloe. Surviving is his wife of over 50 years, LaVerne Smith, nee Persov, four children; Cynthia (Wesley Jr.) Berg, Theresa (Shane) Trafton, James Smith II, and Katherine (Scott) Hanneken, eight grandchildren, Christopher (Amanda) Noeth, Jennifer (Lonnie Adams) Ehlmann, Nicole Trafton, Adam Trafton, Scott Trafton, Joshua Hanneken, Paige Hanneken, and Addison Hanneken, two great grandchildren, Sylar and Bryston Adams, other relatives and friends.

     Services: Friends may call from 2-7 pm, Wednesday, July 4, 2012 at HOFFMEISTER SOUTH COUNTY Chapel, 1515 Lemay Ferry Rd.. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10am Thursday, July 5, 2012 at St. Matthias Catholic Church. Interment will be in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) - Wednesday, July 4, 2012.

                                   
b. Smith, Jennette ABT 1908 • Missouri

                                    c. Smith, Louis ABT 1912 • Missouri

                                    d. Smith, Helen ABT 1913 • Missouri

                        3. Noellsch, Bismark Lawrence (7 JUL 1877 • Illinois-5 FEB 1964 Rapid City, Pennington, South Dakota,). m: (1915) Hausman,

                             Nellie Elizabeth (18 OCT 1854 • Bluff Springs, Cass, IL - 6 NOV 1989 Rapid City, Pennington, South Dakota,,)        

                                                                             

                           a. Noellsch, REV. Glenn Houseman (11 DEC 1916 • , Mellette, South Dakota -17 APR 1951 • Pennington, Dakota)

                                                     occupation: Pastor m: 27 JUL 1938 Frederick, Beulah (ABT 1921-)

                                   b. Noellsch, Harry E. (13 OCT 1919 Murdo, Jones, South Dakota - 6 DEC 2007 • Rapid City, Pennington, South Dakota) m:

                                         (24 JAN 1947 Pennington) Cady, Dorothy J (1924- 5 Feb 2008 Rapid City, SD)

 

                                                                            

                                                    1 Noellsch, Damarls Lynch, Port Orange, FL

                  c. Nollsch, Everette B 19 OCT 1921 • South Dakota-) m.6 Apr 1968 Orange, CA Thomas, Marie C (1922-

                                   d. Noellsch, Joyce (Joy) Louise (29 Mar 1923Wolsey, SD-2Apr 2007) m: 18 Feb 1939 Butte Perdue, Dale Murr (18 Jun 1916

                                        Winner, Tripp Co, SD-)

                                          1. Perdue, Dixie Joy (16 AUG 1944 Rapid City, SD- 05/26/1973 Tucson, Arizona, USA)

                                         m. 5 Sep 1961Baslee, Artie Dale (2) 12 Mar 1973 Ebling, James K

                                                    a.Dell, Arlene (1965-1974

                        e. Noellsch, Roy Stanley 27 1926 • Wolsey Beadle County South Dakota, - 30 MAY 2012 • Sacramento, Sacramento California, )( m. Lee,Marie Rosalind. (10 MAY 1926 Pine Ridge, Shannon County, South Dakota- 27 DEC 2009 • Rapid City, Pennington, South Dakota) 

 

                                                   

MARIE R. CRAWFORD

               RAPID CITY - Marie R. Crawford, 84, Rapid City, died, Sunday, Dec. 27, 2009, at home. Survivors include two sons, Gene Crawford, Rapid City, and Daniel Nollsch, Reno, Nev.; and a brother, Walter Lee, Hot Springs. Visitation will be for one hour before services. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 4, 2010, at Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Burial will be at Mount Calvary Cemetery. Edstrom & Rooks Funeral Services at Serenity Springs is in charge of arrangements. An online guestbook is available at www.serenityspringsfuneralchapel.com. Published in the Rapid City Journal on 1/3/2010

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1. Nollsch, Michael Daniel (1945 -

                                   

2. Nollsch, Roger Stanley(8 FEB 1947Los Angeles County, CA - 14 SEP 1995 Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota

                                                                                                                     

   3. Nollsch, David Lee (13 SEP 1951-29 2007 Rapid City, Pennington, S D)

                                                                     

DAVID LEE NOLLSCH

    One of my favorite memories of him is from when I was in maybe the 5th or 6th grade. We traveled to see family in the Midwest.

 One night we went to a boxing match and he came to see us. He sat by me all night and we talked about all kinds of things, I remember specifically that bloodhounds had thousands upon thousands of nerve endings in their nose and that is why they can pick up scent so well... I remember him walking away into the night..

He went on to mail me a bunch of science fiction books because I had showed an interest while we were talking, I still read tons of science fiction to this day, so in that way a part of my Uncle David lives on...

 

I didn't see him again until I was about 20. I only spent one afternoon at his house, but I remember he showed me a book he had that mentioned our grandfather, Iron Horse (who also has a site her at Find A Grave)...

He apparently had Hepatitis C from what I understand, but I could be wrong about that...

I hope he rests in peace, he was a cool guy...

                                   f. Genevive R Nollsch (1928 • South Dakota

                                   g. Phillis Nollsch ABT 1930 • South Dakota

                                   h. Carol Nollsch abt 1938 SD m. Glassgow, M abt 1934-

                        4. Nollsch, Carl Gottlieb (20 OCT 1879 • Virginia, Cass, Illinois, USA- 20 JUN 1953 • Boody, Macon, Illinois, USA) m. (Raylots )Haller, Mamie ( 23 Nov 1887 Riverton, IL -2 Feb 1929 springfield, Dangamon, IL) father Raylots, Mauel Father Birth Place:Germany Mother Name:Anna McCurdey Mother Birth Place:Ill. IL Death Index, 1916-1947

                                                                           

                                              Aged 41y 2m 9d; next to Fred Hailar

                                                                  MAMIE NOLLSCH

Birth Date: 23 Nov 1887  Birth Place: Riverton, Ill   Death Date: 2 Feb 1929 Death Place: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois  Burial Date: 4 Feb 1929  Burial Place: Springfield, Sangamon, Ill.

Death Age:41

Occupation:Housewife

Race:White

Marital Status:M

Residence:Springfield, Sangamon, Ill.

Father Name:Manuel Raylots Father Birth Place: Germany Mother Name: Anna McCurdey Mother Birth Place:Ill.

IL Death Index, 1916-1947

                        5. Noellsch, Albert Henry (20 AUG 1881 • Cass, Virginia-23 MAY 1974 Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, - 23 MAY 1974 • Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois,). m: 1. Myrtle Ethel (16 AUG 1888 Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL-24 JUL1938 Springfield, IL) 2. Spates, Sarah E (1891-1954) 3. Nell, Maybelle Elizabeth (1889-1980)

1900 census @ Cartwright, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon, Illinois: Lawrence Nollsch aug 1881 ILL, Martha E 45=Oct 1855 ILL, Louisa A Jul 1875 ILL, Bismarck L Jul 1877 ILL, Carl A Oct 1879 ILL, Albert H Aug 1881 ILL, Sarah A sep 1883 ILL, Harry E Nov 1885 ILL, Marie E Feb 1888 ILL, Margaret W jun 1890, Alma C Aug 1895 ILL.

                                                               

                                    a. Noellsch Marie E m: Hood, Walter

                                            1. Hood, Albert Franklin (18 AUG 1926Springfield, Sangamon, IL-20 SEP 2009 • Springfield,

                                                 Sangamon, Illinois) m: McHenry, Marjouie Dean (11 APR 1928 • Springfield, Sangamon County,

                                                 Illinois-12 MAR 2010 •Springfield, Sangamon County, IL)

                                   

                           a. Hood, Kelvin Lynn (17 OCT 1956 Springfield, Sangamon, IL - 19 JAN 1984   Springfield,

                                                         Sangamon County, Illinois)

                                                    b.Dudleston, Lawrence Robert (1910-1950)

                                                    c. Dudleston, Charles Richard (1929-1980)

                        2. Noellsch, Alma C. (21 AUG 1895 • Virginia, Cass, Illinois-11 SEP 1951 • Tallula, Menard, Illinois m: McCaffrey,

                            Charles M. (04 SEP 1888 • Menard, Illinois -DEC 1972 • Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois)

                                                    a. McCaffrey, Charles Taylor Jr (09 JUL 1920 • Tallula, Menard, Illinois, USA- 11 OCT 2001 •

                                                     Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois,) m. Robertson, Barbara Anne 15 JUN 1921 •Petersburg, Menard,

                                                       IL - 17 APR 2001 Petersburg, Menard, IL)

                                                    b. McCaffrey, Margret L (ABT 1923 • Illinois

                                                    c. McCaffrey, Alma M. (ABT 1924 • Illinois

                                                    d. McCaffrey, Zola, I (28 OCT 1925 • Tallula, Menard, Illinois - 2 JULY 1985 • IL) m. Willis , James W (16 NOV 1917 • Egypt, Adair, Kentucky - 2 DEC 2004 • Petersburg, Menard, Illinois )

                                                    e. McCaffrey, Joan (28 FEB 1930 • IL- 22 APR 2001 • Springfield, Sangamon IL) m. Daniel, Dewey Sampson (19 MAY 1898 • IL- DEC 1967 • Deland, Volusia, Florida )

                       

                         3. Noellsch, Anna S. m: Young, Fred

                                   

                                                    a. Young, Eleanor m: Faulk, Clarence

                                   

                                                                1. Faulk, Gilbert I

                                                                2. Faulk, Patricia A.

                                                                3. Faulk, Wilma J.

             6 . Nollsch, Anna S (25 SEP 1884 • Virginia, Cass, Illinois, USA - JAN 1969 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan,) M. Young, Alfred E. (ABT 1877 Germany -Michigan)

                                                    a. Young, Eleanor Stacey Louise (14 SEP 1908 • Gardner, Sangamon, Illinois, USA- Michigan) m. Faulk, Clarence Gilbert (FEB 1910 Indiana, USA-)

                                                            1. Faulk, Gilbert 1932

                                                            2. Faulk, Wilma J

                                                            3. Faulk, Patricia A

               7. Nollsch, Harry E (NOV 1885 • Virginia, Cass, Illinois- 14 AUGUST 1918 • Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio) m. Maskell, Coral 1884

              8. Nollsch, Marie E (2 FEB 1888 • Virginia, Cass, Illinois, USA- 15 SEP 1978 • Detroit, Wayne, Michigan) m: McGiverin, William

                                    a. Mc Giverin, Elinor or Eleanor (1918-1991)

                                    b. McGiverin, Vernon L.

               9. Nollsch, Margaret W or E (JUN 1890 IL -19 SEP 1961 Decatur, Macon, IL) m. Coloney, William 1894

              10 Nollsch, Alma C. (21 AUG 1895 • Virginia, Cass, IL- 11 SEP 1951 Tallula, Menard, Illinois, USA) m. McCaffrey, Charles (04 SEP 1888 Menard, Illinois, USA- DEC 1972 • Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois,)

                                    a. Mc Caffrey, Charles Taylor Jr ( 09 JUL 1920 • Tallula, Menard, Illinois - 11 OCT 2001 Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, USA) m. Robertson, Barbara Anne (15 JUN 17 APR 2001 Petersburg, menard, IL • Petersburg, Menard, IL, -2001)

                                    b. Mc Caffrey, Margaret (ABT 1923 • Illinois

                                    c. Mc Caffrey, Alma (ABT 1924 IL-)

                                    d. Mc Caffrey, Zola Irene (28 OCT 1925 Tallula, Menard, IL- 2 JULY 1985 • IL) m. Willis, James W. (16 NOV 1917 Egypt, Adair, Kentucky- 2 DEC 2004 Petersburg, Menard, IL)

                                                                      

                                    e. Mc Caffrey, Joan (28 FEB 1930 IL- 22 APR 2001 Springfield, Sangamon, IL.) m. Dewey, Sampson Daniel (19 MAY 1898 • Illinois - DEC 1967 • Deland, Volusia, Florida)

 

E. Jockisch, Margaret 1860 Beardstown, Cass, IL Census for Margaret Jockish age 5 est. birth yr 1855 IL. Family number 1830 page 255.

F. Jockisch, Sophia Amelia (November 22, 1857 Buff Springs, Cass IL- May 10,1937 Bluff Springs, Cass, IL) m: (September 21,1875, IL) Hendricker, Charles 1860 Beardstown, Cass, IL Census for Sophia Jockish age 3 estimated birth year 1857 IL. Family number 1830, p. 255.

Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Sophia Amelia Hendricker died May 10,1937 Arenzville, Cass, IL age 79. She was born November 22,1857 in Arenzville, IL to August c. Jockisch and Susan Lahman.  Her spouse was Chas. F. Hendricker. She was buried at Jockisch Cemetery Arenzville, Cass, IL. "Hendricker, Charles"

                                      

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

SOPHIA AMELIA HENDRICKER

 - May 11, 1937 Illinoisan Star Beardstown, Illinois - Submitted by Ernie Launer

Death Claims Mrs. Sophia Hendricker


              Funeral rites to be held from Nazarene Church near Bluff Springs
Funeral services for Mrs. Sophia Amelia Hendricker, wife of Chas. F. Hendricker, who died last night at her home three miles southeast of Bluff Springs, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow from the church of the Nazarene, 3 miles south of Bluff Springs, following a short prayer service at the late residence at 1:30 o'clock.


              Mrs. Hendricker was born on November 22 1857 and was aged 79 years, 5 months, and 18 days. She was the daughter of August and Susan Jockisch.


She was united in marriage to Chas. Hendricker, September 21, 1875.


              Besides the husband she is survived by the following children. Mrs. George Eades, Tullula, Illinois; Mrs. Felix Krohe, Rudolph Hendricker, and Hendricker of Arenzville: Mrs. Andrew Larson, Mrs. Henry Roat and Mrs. Benjamin Roat of Havana, Illinois; and Miss Bessie Hendricker at home. One brother, Wesley Jockisch of Lewistown and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Washburn of Lexington, Okla., also survive, together with 48 grandchildren and eight Great-grandchildren. Four children preceded her in death.

              She was a member of the Nazarene church near Bluff Springs. She has resided for the greater part of her life on the same farm on which she was born.

CHARLES F. HENDRICKER

 - Illinoisan Star Thursday January 20, 1944 - Submitted by Ernie Launer

F. HENDRICKER 93, Dies


Funeral Services Will Be Held Saturday
Charles F. Hendricker, aged 93, years, well known retired Cass County farmer who has made his home near this city all his lifetime died at his home three miles south of Bluff Springs at 2:25 o'clock yesterday afternoon after a week's illness.


      Mr. Hendricker had been in failing health for the past several years but has been confined to his bed only since last Friday.


The body was taken to the Simpson Funeral home and services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Beardstown Church of the Nazarene
.

 

         The Rev. E. O. Chalfant of Danville will be in charge of services. Burial will be made in the Jockisch cemetery.


Charles F. Hendricker, son of Frederick and Elizabeth Kuhl Hendricker, was born June 14th, 1850 and was 93 years, seven months and five days of age at the time of his death. He was united in marriage to Sophia Amelia Jockisch on September 21, 1875. She preceded him in death on May 10th, 1927.


       The deceased is survived by the following children. Mrs. George Eades, Tullula, Mrs. Felix Krohe, Arenzville, Henry, Arenzville, Rudolph, Beardstown, Mrs. Hattie Larsen, Mrs. Julia Roat, Mrs. Lydia Roat, of Havana and Miss Bessie Hendricker at home. He is also survived by 48 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren. Four children Franklin Charles, Arthur, Sarah, and Elmer preceded him in death.
Mr. Hendricker was a member of the Bethel church of the Nazarene.

                        1. Hendricker, Charles F (12 AUG 1876 Beardstown, Call, IL -1880)

                        2. Hendricker, Francklin (1877 IL -28 NOV 1880 IL)


                        3. Hendricker, Amalia L. (8 DEC 1877 • Beardstown, Cass, IL -19 APR 1961 • IL). m:( 16 Oct 1913 Ashland, Cass, IL) Eads, Minister George Madison (28 FEB 1859 • Casey, Kentucky- 16 NOV 1944 • Tallula, Menard,IL)

                                    a. Eades, John William (1880-1956) m Derry, Edith Ellen (1880- 1976)

                                    b. Eades, Alice Mae (30 Mar 1882 Tallula, IL -4Feb 1965 IL) m. Minor, Zacharian (1882-1953) 1. Minor, Mary J (24 APR 1905-16 MAR 1991) 2. Minor, Herschel Lynn (29 APR 1916 Menard Co., IL-1980 Petersburg, IL) m. Disque, Daisy W (26 Jun 1922 Pleasant Plains, IL - 18 OCT 2011 Springfield, IL)

                                                                       

DAISY W DISQUE MINOR-MILLER


Daisy W. Minor-Miller, 89, of Petersburg, passed away on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at Oak Terrace Nursing Home in Springfield. She was born on June 26, 1922 in Pleasant Plains to Richard and Fredericka M. "Rickie" Disque. She married Herschel Lynn "Penn" Minor. He preceded her in death in October 1990. She later married Walter N. Miller. He preceded her in death in May 2005.
She is survived by two daughters, June Simmons and Jacque (Larry) Boehm; one son, Daniel E. (Missy) Minor; a daughter-in-law, Kris Minor; one son-in-law, Larry Rebbe; fiancιe to Roderick, Betty Ames, two sisters, Rosa Lucht and Nellie Janssen; 32 grandchildren; 46 great grandchildren; and 2 great great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in death by both husbands; three sons, William L. Minor, Roderick W. Minor, and Patrick Z. Minor; two daughters, Marsha A. Minor and Barbara M. Rebbe; three grandchildren, Steve, Ricky and Tommy Minor; two sisters, Eva Phillips and Gladys Clemmens; and one brother, Fritz Wells and daughter-in-laws Dottie and Bev Minor.


Daisy was a homemaker and a member of Rock Creek Presbyterian Church. She loved her family, they were her whole life.


Funeral services will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at Hurley Funeral Home in Petersburg with Rev. David Daniels officiating. Visitation will be held Friday, October 21, 2011 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home, and one hour prior to the funeral service on Saturday. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.


Memorial contributions may be made to National Parkinson Foundation, American Cancer Society, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

                                    a. Minor, William (1941-1999)

                                    b. Minor, Rod W (15 FEB 1945Petersburg, IL-6 SEP 2009 Petersburg, IL)

ROD W MINOR


PETERSBURG - Rod W. Minor, 64, of Petersburg, passed away on Sunday, September 6, 2009, at 4:00 a.m. at his residence. He was born on February 15, 1945, in Petersburg, IL, to Hershel Lynn and Daisy Wells Minor. He is survived by his mother, Daisy Miller of Petersburg; his companion, Betty Ames of Petersburg; a son, Zach Minor of Greenview; three daughters, Lori (Steve) Boehm of Tallula, Holly (Roger) Ruppel of Petersburg and Ashlie Minor of South Carolina; three stepchildren, Paul Schier of St. Louis, Chris Schier of Aurora and Tracey McCracken of South Carolina; twelve grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

He is also survived by two sisters, June (Shelby Lynn) Simmons and Jacque (Larry) Boehm, and a brother, Dan (Theresa) Minor, all of Petersburg. Rod was preceded in death by his father, two brothers and two sisters. He was a retired welder, pipefitter and farmer and was a member of the Pipefitters Union Local 137 of Springfield.

 Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009, at 11:00 a.m. at Hurley Funeral Home in Petersburg. Visitation will be Tuesday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Memorial Home Services Hospice. Hurley Funeral Home of Petersburg in charge of arrangements.

                                    c. Minor, Barbara (26, AUG 1947-17 MAR 2008)m. Rebbe

BARBARA MINOR


Barbara Rebbe, 60, of Ashland, formerly of Petersburg, died at 8:15 p.m. Monday, March 17, 2008, at her residence. She was born Aug. 26, 1947, the daughter of Lynn and Daisy Wells Minor. She married Larry Rebbe on May 28, 1966, in Petersburg. Barbara is survived by her husband, Larry; seven children; and seven grandchildren. Barb was a devoted homemaker, wife and mother.

 She also was employed at the Department of Human Services. Cremation accorded by the Butler Cremation Tribute Center. Funeral Mass March 24, 2008, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Private burial in Camp Butler National Cemetery. Published in The State Journal-Register on 3/19/2008.

                                    d. Minor, Patric Z. (17 MAR 1950-11 FEB 1955) 1. Minor, Richard Rick (1970-1984)

                                    e. Minor, Marsha Ann (1953-1955)

                                    c. Eades, Minnie Pearl (15 Jan 1886- May 1968) m Minor, James Walter (18, FEB 1884 Taylor Co., Kentucky- 4 MAY 1952) 1. Minor, Walter (13 Aug 1908Menard Co., IL -19 May 1975) 2. Minor, Herbert J. (15 NOV1909 Bath, IL -30 JAN 1998 Peoria, IL) m. Murphy, Fae E (1911-2006)

HERBERT J. MINOR


           
PEORIA -- Herbert J. Minor, 88, died Friday, Jan. 30, 1998, at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center. Born Nov. 15, 1909, in Bath to James and Minnie Minor, he married Fae E. Murphy. She survives. Also surviving are one son, Gilbert; and one brother, John; four grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Three brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. He was a machinist at Caterpillar Inc. Burial will be in Swan Lake Memory Gardens. 3. Minor, Zach Willar (8 JUL 1915 Mason Co. IL-5 APR 1992 Bath, IL) 4. Minor Nettie (11 OCT 1917 Bath, IL-25 DEC 1992 Lincoln) m. Brutcher, Dean F. (-1937) 5. Minor, John W (14 FEB 1924 Bath, IL-23 FEB 1998 Iowa City, Iowa)

JOHN MINOR


        Born to James Walter and Minnie Pearl Eades Minor, he married Cathryn Baker on July 13, 1946, in Palmyra, Mo. She survives. Also surviving are one daughter, Sandra Straesser; one son, Steve; 14 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Two sisters and five brothers preceded him in death. A World War II Army veteran, he was a member of Havana Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6408 and the Disabled American Veterans in Havana. He worked at Illinois Power generating plant in Havana from 1948 until retiring in 1987 as a foreman.

                                    d. Eads, George Wolfered (18 OCT 1887 Menard Co., IL- 11, AUG 1921 Springfield, IL)m. Mary F (12 JUN 1888-27 JUL 1961) 1. Eads, Helen 2. Eades, Eugene (7 FEB 1913 IL- 10 DEC 1988) m. Peterson, Esther I. (1906-1975) 3. Eades, Margorie 4. Eades, John B (24 NOV 1915IL -11 FEB 2000 IL) m. V Eleen (4 JUL 1916-17 MAR 1993) 5. Eades, Mary

                                    e. Eades, Louella ( 12 SEPT 1889 Tallula, IL- 21 SEP 1978 Petersburg,IL) 1. King, Ernest Lee (1859-1944) 2. Eades, Thomas Roy (1892-1959)

LOUELLA EADES


                Obit from Jacksonville IL Newspaper EADES, Louella King (Eades); b: (date not stated), Tallula, Il.; d: 21Sep1978, Petersburg, Il.; bu: Mt. Oliver Cemetery, Cass Co., Il.; m: 1) Ernest L. King in 1912; and 2) Thomas Eades in 1946 (places not stated); fa: Rev. George Eades; mo: Amanda Lowe. 1st husband preceded in death in 1943; 2nd in 1959. A resident of Tallula, Il. Survived by two sons: Ernest E. of Tallula and Walter Murl King of Ashland; seven grand, 12 g-grand and two g-g-grandchildren; two brothers and a sister: Irving Eades of Petersburg, Cedric Ted Eades of Houston, Tex. and Mrs. Velma Corson of Sarasota, Fla. Preceded by a daughter.

                                    f. Eades, Mary Eliza (21 JUL 1891 Tallula, IL - 11 FEB 1975 Toledo, Ohio)m. Bast, Arthur L (22 DEC 1892 - 31

                                         JUL 1980)

                                    g. Eades, Robert Estle (5 MAY 1895 Petersburg, IL-2 Jul 1968 Petersburg, IL m. Purvines, Goldie (11

                                                     OCT 1896-2 NOV 1990)        
                                                                                                                    

                                    h. Eades, Joseph Irving (9 Apr 1897 Petersburg, IL-6 APR 1990 Springfield,

                                                 IL) m Antle , Grace E (1898-1983)


                                                                                                                          

IRVING EADES


        Irving Eades, 93, of Springfield, formerly of Petersburg, died at 4:46 p.m. Friday at St. John's Hospital. He was born in Petersburg, the son of George M. and Amanda Lowe Eades. He married Grace E. Antle in 1921 in St. Louis, Mo., and she preceded him in death in 1983. Also preceding him in death were five brothers and four sisters. Mr. Eades was a custodian and ranger at New Salem State Park, retiring after 35 years of service.

         He was a member of Central Presbyterian Church, Petersburg, and a lifetime member of Kirby-Watkins American Legion Post 198. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War I, Company A of the 318th Engineers of the Sixth Division, serving in France and Germany. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Marie S. Flinn of Springfield and Mrs. Jo Anne Reisch of Petersburg; two grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; several nieces and nephews.

        Services at Hurley Funeral Home, Petersburg, with the Rev. Anne Fisher officiating. Burial in Salisbury Cemetery in Salisbury. State Journal-Register (Springfield, IL) - April 8, 1990 Mrs. Grace Eleanor Eades, 85, of RR#1 Petersburg, died at 10 AM Monday at St. Johns Hospital, North. She was born in Salisbury, the daughter of Nathan and Bridget Shanahan Antle.

        She married Irving Eades in 1921 in St. Louis. She was preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters. Mrs. Eades was a member of the Central Presbyterian church, Petersburg Women's Club and the American Legion Auxiliary in Petersburg. A former teacher in Menard County, Mrs. Eades was one of the organizers and a former supervisor of the Illinois Department of Personnel. Surviving are husband Irving; two daughters, Mrs. Marie S. Flinn of Springfield and Mrs. JoAnn Reisch of Maryland; one grandson, one granddaughter and one great granddaughter.

Services will be at 2 PM Wednesday at the Central Presbyterian Church, Petersburg with Dr. Ken Churchill officiating. Burial will be in Salisbury Cemetery. Hurley funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Copied from the Illinois State Journal 1/11/1983 - P. 8 1. Eades, JoAnne (1929-2001) m. Reishch

                                    i. Eads, Evan (ABT 1898 • Illinois-)

                                                j. Eads, Thomas Buel (2 May 1899 Petersburg, IL-21 MAY 1970 Springfield, IL.)

                                                                                                                  

THOMAS B. EADES


Thomas B. Eades of Springfield, died Thursday, May 21, 1970, at Memorial Hospital, age 71. Survived by two sons, Larry and George Eades; one daughter, Miss Sue Eades; two brothers, Irving Eades and Cedric Eades; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Bast, Mrs. Louise Eades, Mrs. Velma Orth; five grandchildren. Services at Bisch Memorial Home. Burial in Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg. IL State Journal, Springfield, IL, 5-23-1970

                                    k. Eads, Cedric Earl "TED" ( 4 DEC 1901 Petersburg IL- 7DEC 1979                Houston, Harris Co. Texas) m: Bast, Geraldine Ellen (7 NOV1906 Tallula, IL-27 MAY 1987 Midland, Michigan)
                                               
1. Eades, Harry Arthur (1925-1994)


2. Eades, Katherine Jean (26 Mar 1928 Petersburg, IL-1 OCT 1, 2016Auburn Bay County,
Michigan)) m. Miller, Norman W (22, NOV. 1917 -(9 JAN 1984)
Midland City Cemetery Michigan

HELEN KATHERINE EADES MILLER


        Helen Katherine Jean Miller ("Kate" to her friends and family), 88, passed away from complications of lung cancer on October 1, 2016 at the Toni and Trish House in Auburn. Kate was born to Cedric Earl Eades and Ellen Geraldine (Bast) Eades, March 26, 1928 in Petersburg, Illinois. She married Norman Wesley Miller in Springfield, Illinois, and shortly thereafter moved to Midland, Michigan, the city she called "home" for over 60 years. For 26 of those years, she loved residing at Washington Woods where she made countless friends and enjoyed "card nights with the girls." She was Washington Woods' longest residing resident until her passing. Kate will be remembered for her loving heart, her unfailing kindness to others and her forgiving and gentle nature.

        Her bright smile and amazing sense of humor consistently lifted those around her and made them feel valued and loved. Her greatest joy was found in spending time with her sons, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She will be dearly missed. Surviving Kate are her daughter in-law, Diane Miller (wife of her eldest son, Daniel E. Miller); her three sons, Randy Miller and his wife Marilyn, Ron Miller and his wife Wilma, David Miller and his significant other Diane Levesque; and seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

        Preceding her in death is her eldest son, Daniel Eugene Miller; and her three brothers, Richard Eades, Harry Eades and Robert Eades. Services will be held 12 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1700 W. Sugnet Road, Midland, with funeral services immediately following. For those wishing to express sympathy, the family encourages donations to the Toni and Trish House in Auburn, who took such wonderful care of Katherine in the final weeks of her life. toniandtrishhouse.org The Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral Directors Midland Chapel


3. Robert Estle (24 OCT 1930 Petersburg M, IL-6 APR 1986 Jamestown,Cautauqua Co. NY)


l. Eades, Velma Helen (1904
                        4. Hendricker, Arthur(22 SEP 1879 • Beardstown, Cass, Illinois - 29 SEP 1879• Beardstown, Cass, Illinois)
 

                        5. Hendricker, Sarah (25 NOV 1880 • Beardstown, Cass, Illinois - 2 DEC 1880 • Beardstown, Cass, Illinois).span>


                        6. Hendricker, Ida or Eda Molvina (19 Nov 1881 in Beardstown, Cass, Illinois-15 Jul 1966 in Arenzville, Cass, Illinois,m: 28 Nov 1900 Krohe, John August Felix. (2 FEB 1878 Bluff Springs, Cass IL-4 SEP 1951 Cass, IL)
                                                                

IDA KROHE


Mrs. Ida Krohe, 85, a resident of the Elmwood Manor Nursing Home, died at 7:08 a.m. Monday July 4, 1966 at Schmitt Memorial Hospital.


Funeral Services will be a 3:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Nazarene Church with the Rev. Cecil Caroll of Pittsfield, officiating. Burial will be in the city cemetery.


        The remains will lie in state at the church from 12:30 p.m. Wednesday until the time of the services. Friends may call at the Cline Funeral Home from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. tonight. Mrs. Krohe was born Nov. 19, 1881 at Virginia, a daughter of Charles and Sophia Jockish Hendricker. She was married Nov. 28, 1900 near Beardstown to Felix Krohe. Mrs. Krohe was preceded in death by her husband, parents, a son, Paul, and a daughter, Edna.


        Three brothers and a sister also preceded her in death. She was a member of the Bethel Nazarene Church near Bluff Springs. Survivors include: Three daughters—Mrs. Marie Root of Rushville; Mrs. Henrietta Carls, Beardstown; and Mrs. Dorothy Williams of Carnegie, OK; Four sons—Arthur, Phillip, and Elmer Krohe of Beardstown and Elmer Krohe of Springfield. Mrs. Krohe is survived by 38 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Four sisters who survive are Mrs. Hattie Larson, Mrs. Julia Roat, Mrs. Lydia Roat, and Miss Bessie Hendricker, all of Havana. Two brothers surviving are Henry and Rudolph Hendricker of Beardstown. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive.

FELIX KROHE


Newspaper obituary dated September 8, 1951 Submitted by Ernie Launer Felix Krohe Dies Suddenly Tuesday Of Heart Ailment


Felix Krohe, 73, prominent farmer and lifelong resident of the Bluff Springs area, died suddenly at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at his home three miles south of Bluff Springs.


He had been in failing health since he suffered a stroke four years ago.


He was born February 2, 1878 near Bluff Springs and spent his entire life in the same neighborhood. He was a member of the Bethel Nazarene church near Bluff Springs since 1916. He was married to Ida Hendricker November 28, 1900 in a ceremony performed at the Hendricker home near Bluff Springs.
Nine children were born to this union one of whom, Edna A., died in infancy.


He is survived by his wife, eight children, Paul F. of near Beardstown, Mrs. Marie Roat of Rushville, Mrs. Henrietta Carls, Arthur C. and Philip H., all of near Beardstown, Elmer L. of Springfield, Mrs. Dorothy Williams of Bethany, Oklahoma, and Oliver A. of near Beardstown; three sisters, Mrs. Rosine Dufelmeier of Arenzville, Mrs. Lydia Launer and Mrs. Matilda Hendricker, both of Beardstown, and 32 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock this Friday afternoon at the church of the Nazarene in Beardstown.
 m: Krobe, Felix J

                                    a. Krohe, Paul Felix (1903 IL-Jan 27,1956) m. Corene E                (2 Feb 1909-19 Mar 1993 IL)
                                                                                                    
              
                                                         

PAUL FELIX KROHE


-                                                                                            Submitted by Ernie Launer

        Paul Krohe, sr., 53, of Near Bluff Springs Dies of Injuries Received in 12-ft.Fall Paul Felix Krohe sr. 53, of south of Bluff Springs died at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon at Schmitt Memorial hospital. Death was due to a fractured skull received in a 12-foot fall shortly before noon yesterday at the Beardstown Implement company where Mr. Krohe was doing some wiring in the attic of the firm. Mr. Krohe was born January 15, 1903 near Beardstown.

        He was engaged in farming near here as well as being an electrician. Surviving are his wife, the former Corene Burton: a son, Paul jr. at home; his mother, Mrs. Felix Krohe. rural route 2, Arenzville; four brothers, Arthur and Philip both of near Beardstown: Oliver of Beardstown and Elmer of Springfield: and three sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Williams of Carnegie, Oklahoma: Mrs. Marie Root of Rushville and Mrs. Henrietta Carls, Arenzville. An inquest will be held tonight, at 7:30 p.m. at the city hall. The body was taken to the Cline Funeral home where friends may I call Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock and from 7:30 to 9:00 o'clock Sunday evening. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the Church of the Nazarene in this city. The Rev. Cecil Carroll, Pastor of the Bethel Nazarene church will officiate at the services.

CORINE KROHE


- Beardstown Illinois - Submitted by Ernie Launer

         Corine E. Krohe, 84 of Springfield and formerly of Bluff Springs, died Friday morning, March 19, 1993, at St. John's Hospice in Springfield. She was born Feb. 2, 1909 in Louisville, the daughter of George and Mamie Burk Burton. She married Paul Krohe on Aug. 29, 1937, in Beardstown.

         He died Jan. 27, 1956. She is survived by one son, Paul Krohe of Beardstown: four brothers, Raymond Burton of Urbana, Herschel Burton of Champaign, Homer E. Burton of Las Vegas, Nev., and Paul Burton of Reynoldsburg, Ohio: two sisters, Onea Krohe of Springfield and Alline Hendricker of Beardstown: and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Charles and an infant.

        Mrs. Krohe was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene of Springfield. Funeral services will be noon Monday at Cline Funeral Home in Beardstown with burial at Beardstown City Cemetery. Visitation will be 10 am until services Monday. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Fund. 1. Krohe, Paul Felix (-2002) .

 

                                    b. Krohe, Marie Amelia (Sept 24,1904 Pawnee, Sangamon- Oct 14,2002Rushville, IL) m: (11 OCT 1935 Davenport, Iowa, ) Root, Clarence (abt 1902 Rushville, IL- 16 FEB 1998 • Rushville, Schuyler, IL)

MARIE A. ROOT


                                                                                Submitted by Ernie Launer

        Marie A. Root 1904-2002 RUSHVILLE - Marie A. Root, 98, of Rushville, died Monday. evening, Oct 14, 2002, at Culbertson Longterm Care Facility in Rushville. She was born Sept 24, 1904, in Beardstown, the daughter of J.A. Felix and Ida M. Hendricker Krohe.

         She married Clarence B. Root Oct. 11, 1935, at the Free Methodist Church in Davenport, Iowa, and he preceded her in death Feb. 16, 1998. She is survived by two sons, Byron F. (wife, Rose Mary) of Pawnee, and Clarence M. (wife, Elizabeth) of Decatur, Ala. two daughters, Ida Mae (husband, Bruce) Justh of Rockville, Md., and Roberta (husband, Ed) DeMoss of Plano, Texas; eight grandchildren; five great-grand-children; and two brothers, Elmer L. (wife, Onea) Krohe of Springfield, and Oliver A (wife, Elizabeth "Betty") Krohe of Beardstown.

         She was preceded in death by one grandson; three brothers, Paul Felix Krohe, Arthur Charles Krohe and Phillip Henry Krohe and three sisters, Henrietta Julia Carls, Edna Alberta Krohe and Dorothy Christine Williams. Mrs. Root was a homemaker and an accomplished seamstress and she enjoyed weaving rugs.

        She was a member of the Beardstown Church of the Nazarene where she taught Sunday school, and she was a 4- H leader for many years.

         Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at the Wood-Roby Funeral Chapel in Rushville, with burial at Rushville City Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral Chapel. Memorials are suggested to the Cass-Schuyler Area Hospice or the Beardstown Church of the Nazarene. Expressions of sympathy may be sent online to the family at woodrobfc@frontiernet.net 1. Root, Ida M (1939-) .

                                    c. . Krohe, Henrietta Julia( October 10, 1905 - August 14, 1997)m:16 SEPT 1928 Arenzville, Cass Co.l, IL Carls, William Theodore(10 Apr 1906 Springfield, IL - Oct 30,1993 Arenzvilee, IL)

HENRIETTA J CARLS


                                                                                        Submitted by Ernie Launer

        Henrietta J. Carls October 10, 1905 - August 14, 1997 Henrietta J. Carls, 90, rural Arenzville, died Thursday afternoon, August 14, at Heritage Manor South in Beardstown. She was born October 10, 1906 in rural Arenzville, the daughter of Felix and Ida Hendricker Krohe. She married William Carls September 16, 1928 at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville. He preceded her in death on October 30, 1993.

     Surviving are three sons, William T. Carls (wife Sharon) of Phoenix, Arizona, Ronald Lee Carls (wife Sandra) of rural Arenzville and Kenneth R. Carls of Champaign; five daughters, Mrs. Fred (Alice) Ore of White Heath, Mrs. Merle (Kathryn) Lovekamp of Arenzville, Mrs. Wayne (JoAnne) Jacobsen of Barrington, Mary Brannan and Mrs. James (Patty) Wydell, both of Beardstown; 20 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Elmer Krohe of Springfield and Oliver Krohe of Beardstown; and two sisters, Marie Root of Rushville and Dorothy Williams of Yukon, Oklahoma.

    She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one sister in infancy, three brothers, Phillip, Arthur, and Paul, one son, James, and one granddaughter, Lauri Vincent.

    She attended Krohe School near Arenzville. She was a lifetime member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene and the Friendly Circle in rural Arenzville. She was a homemaker and partner with her husband, Bill, as they farmed in rural Arenzville. She was best known for her ''homecooked" meals she served for all the many farm hands. Mrs. Carls also made several quilts including quilts for each of her children and her grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday morning, August 18, at Bethel Church of the Nazarene.

    The Rev. Neal Kellam, the Rev. Cecil Carroll and the Rev. Bob Williams officiated. Organist Trish Sager played selected hymns. Vocalists Robin Braun and Nathan Carls sang "Sweet, Sweet Spirit" and "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow". They were accompanied by Sandra Carls. Pallbearers were Bruce Lovekamp, Christopher Wydell, Theodore Hea, Nathan Carls, Robert Ore and Joseph Hea. Burial was in the Beardstown City Cemetery. Services were conducted by Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown.

                                                1. Carls, Alice Rose (1931-) R

                                                2. Carls, Kenneth

                                                3. Carls Jr., William Theodore (21 DEC 1931 Arenzville, Cass, IL -

 25 APR 2012 • Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona) m. Ludwig, Sharon

                                                                                                             

 

WILLIAM THEODORE CARLS JR. (1931 - 2012)


                William Theodore Carls Jr., of Phoenix, passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2012, at the age of 80. He was born in Arenzville and moved to Phoenix 52 years ago. He attended Western Illinois University at Macomb. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and served in the Korean War and started his own landscaping service 46 years ago. He is survived by his wife, Sharon (Ludwig); son, Steven Carls; loving daughter, Stacey Combs (Thomas); sisters, Alice Ore, Katherine Lovekamp (Merle), Joanne Jacobsen (Wayne), Mary Brannan and Patricia Wydell (Jim); and brother, Kenneth Carls.

    He was a member of the Phoenix Rose Society, Valley of the Sun Gardeners and former assistant director of the Pacific Southwest District of the American Rose Society. He was a consulting Rosarian, and an accredited horticulture judge of the American Rose Society.

    He was awarded several honors and medals including the Outstanding Consulting Rosarian and the Gallica award. Past president and yards chairman of the Village Meadows Concerned Neighborhood Association. He was involved in other groups and organizations and received additional awards and honors as well.

    He was a member of St. Luke's Catholic Church where he served as a lector and an usher.

A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Luke's Catholic Church, 19644 N. 7th Avenue in Phoenix. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Hospice of the Valley , ALS Society, The Humane Society or the Valley Garden Center. Please visit www.hansenmortuary.com to leave online condolences. a. Carls, Steven b. Carls, Stacey m. Combs, Thomas 4. Carls, James Bernard (14 Oct 1935 - 18 MAR 1984 • Beardstown, Cass, Illinois,) 5. Carls, Joanne (1938-) 6. Carls, Ronald Lee "Bud" (27 NOV 1939 • Arenzville, Cass Co., IL - 21 NOV 2004 • Springfield, Sangamon,IL) 7. Carls, Marilyn 'Mary' Ruth (APRIL 19, 1942 • Arenzville, Illinois- APRIL Quincy, Adams Co., Illinois) m:1. 1963 Hea,James Jackson (1920-2003)

                        2. Brannan 14, 2013 • 8. Carls, Patty 9. Carls, Kenneth R

                                                d. Krohe, Edna Alberta (8 SEP 1909 • Beardstown, Cass, IL, - 8 FEB 1910 • Beardstown, Cass, IL)

                                                                                                    

                                      e.  Krohe, Arthur Charles. (16 JUL 1911 Beardstown, Cass, IL - 20 JUN 1981 • Cass CO., IL) m: Ganner, Lois Marie (16 JUN 1913 • Cass CO., IL- 15 SEP 1987 • Cass CO., IL) 1. Krohe, Robert (1936-) 2.Krohe, Richard (1939-) 3. Krohe, Delores June m: Malone, Layton

DELORES KROHE ENGAGEMENT


            Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Krohe announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores June, to Layton Malone, son of Rev. and Mrs. Claude Malone of Boone, Iowa. Miss Krohe graduated from Beardstown High School in 1964 and is presently employed at Ford Printing in Springfield. Mr. Malone is a Senior Technician 3rd Class in the U.S. Navy. A spring wedding is being planned. [Published in the Illinoian-Star daily newspaper of Beardstown, IL Tuesday, January 2, 1968]

ARTHUR C. KROHE


                                                                            Submitted by Ernie Launer

     Beardstown June 20, 1981 Arthur C. Krohe, 69, of R.R. 1 Beardstown died Saturday morning at Culbertson Memorial Hospital, Rushville. He was born July 16, 1911 in Beardstown, a son of Felix and Ida Hendricker Krohe. He married Lous Marie Bannar September 19, 1933 in Bluff Springs. She survives.

    Also surviving are three sons, Robert Krohe of rural Arenzville, Richard Krohe of Industry, and Ben Krohe of rural Beardstown; three daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Eleanor) Lynch of rural Havana, Mrs. Layton (Delores) Malone of Plymouth, and Mrs. Gary (Kathy) Trone of Rushville; Two Brothers, Elmer Krohe of Springfield, and Oliver Krohe of Beardstown; Three sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Marie) Root of Rushville, Mrs. William (Henrietta) Carls of Beardstown, and Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Williams of Carnegie, Okla. Eleven grandchildren survive.

    He was preceded in death by a sister, Edna, and two brothers, Paul and Phillip. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene near Bluff Springs with the Revs. Harland Worden and Cecil Carroll officiating. Burial will be in Beardstown Cemetery. Visitation will begin Monday at 4 p. m. at Sager-Northcutt Funeral Home, where the family will meet friends from 7-9 p.m. The family will also meet friends at the church from 1-2 p. m. Tuesday. Memorial gifts may be made to the Bethel Church of the Nazarene

                                         1.Krohe, Robert

                                        2. Krohe, Richard

                                        3. Krohe, Ben

                                        4. Krohe, Eleanor m. Lynch, Kenneth

                                        5. Krohe, Delores m. Malone, Layton

                                        6. Krohe, Kathy m. Trone, Gary

                                 f. Krohe, Philip Henry. (Sep 13,1913 Cass Co., IL-Jul 29,1974 Springfield, Sangamon Co. IL) m: Jockisch, Dollie Catherine (5 FEB 1916- 5APR 1999) parent: George Jockisch and Grace Grant


                                                                                               

PHILIP HENRY KROHE


                                                                            Submitted by Ernie Launer

        Philip Krohe of Beardstown Dies Funeral Thursday Jacksonville Journal July 30, 1974 Beardstown - Philip Krohe of Beardstown route 1 died Monday at memorial Medical Center at Springfield. He was 60 years of age. Mr Krohe was born in Cass County September 13, 1913, son of late Felix and Ida Hendricker Krohe. He married Dollie Jockisch August 2. 1936. She survives with these children: Marvin and Evelyn, Beardstown: Henry (Bud), Columbus Miss.: Ruby Hess, Rushville: Joyce Dittmer, Sesser and Judy Hendrickson, Springfield.

        There are 12 grandchildren. These brothers and sisters survive: Arthur, Oliver, both of Beardstown: Elmer of Springfield: Marie Root, Rushville: Henrietta Carls, rural Arenzville: and Dorothy Williams, Carnegie, Okla. A brother, Paul and infant sister, Edna preceded in death. Mr. Krohe was a member of the Nazarene church in Beardstown, where services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday.

        Rev. Lawrence Wright and Rev. Bob Williams, the latter from Oklahoma, will officiate. Interment will be in Jockisch cemetery south of Bluff Springs. The remains will be taken to the church at 1 p.m. Thursday. Friends may call at the Cline Funeral Home 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.

DOLLIE CATHERINE JOCKISCH KROHE


State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - April 6, 1999 Deceased Name: Dollie C. Krohe BEARDSTOWN Dollie C. Krohe , 83, of Beardstown died Monday, April 5, 1999, at Memorial Medical Center. She was born Feb. 5, 1916, in Beardstown, the daughter of George Henry and Grace Emma Grant Jockisch. She married Phillip Henry Krohe in 1936 in Beardstown; he preceded her in death in 1974.

            Mrs. Krohewas a homemaker. She was a member of the Beardstown Church of the Nazarene.

         Survivors: two sons, Marvin (wife, Brenda) and Henry "Bud" Krohe , both of Beardstown; four daughters, Evelyn (husband, Ralph) Hardwick of Cass City, Mich., Ruby (husband, Ralph) Hess of Rushville, Joyce (husband, Sam) Dittmer of Crawfordsville, Ind., and Judy (husband, Larry) Henrikson of Springfield; 18 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Irene DeSollar of Beardstown and Viola Wankel Rogers of Orlando, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.

             Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Beardstown Church of the Nazarene, the Rev. Kevin Sheese and Rev. Bob Williams officiating. Burial: Jockisch Cemetery, near Arenzville. Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling is in charge of arrangements.

                1. Krohe, Evelyn (1937- 2. Krohe, Merwin (1939- 3. Krohe, Henry 'Bud' George Felix (23 MAR 1944 • Rural Arenzville, Cass County, IL,- 20 APR 2012 • Hagener, Cass County, IL) m. Gouren, Lois Catherine (11JUL 1938 Hurley, Wisconsin- 2 DEC 2002)

 

                                                       

HENRY 'BUD' GEORGE FELIX KROHE

    Bud Krohe brought laughter to everyone he knew. The jokester, the clown, our clown. Bud farmed the best watermelons. He had farms in Illinois and Mississippi. His parents were Philip and Dollie Krohe of Beardstown. His siblings: Marvin, Evelyn, Ruby, Joyce and Judy. He was married to Margie Krohe and had two sons: Chris and Tobie Krohe.

        He later married Lois Krohe and they had one daughter, Jenny Krohe. Step-son Mark Connor joined the family.

        Bud spent his final years taking his grandkids to Black Oak Church.

         He operated Bud's Market along US Hwy 67 near Beardstown.

        He and daughter Jenny passed away in a house fire April 15, 2012. Their partial cremains are buried with Lois Krohe at St. Alexis Cemetery. The fire investigation remains ongoing. Any information can be relayed to Illinois Fire Marshall Investigator Chris Valentine in Jacksonville, IL.

LOIS CATHERINE KROHE


            The following was written by Lois' stepson, Tobie Krohe: Lois Catherine Gouren was born in Hurley, Wisconsin, July 11, 1938, to Bob and Eva Gouren. Her siblings were Donna, Janice, Bobby, Bill and Mary. She married George Connor, of Peoria, and had a son, Mark Connor. She later married Bud Krohe and they had a daughter, Jenny Krohe. Lois gained two step-sons: Chris and Tobie Krohe, of Mississippi.

            Lois spent her later years making Christmas wreaths on Bud's Corner near Beardstown, IL. She spent a lot of time caring for many elderly citizens in Cass County. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and going to the Fall Fun Festival.

            She passed away with complications of lung cancer December 2, 2002. She is buried at St. Alexius Cemetery in Beardstown, where a portion of the ashes of her daughter and husband are also interred.

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                a. Krohe, Jeanette C (26 JUN 1982-15APR 2012 Cass Co. IL)

JEANETTE KROHE


        Jenny's smile radiated the room everywhere she went. A 2000 graduate of Beardstown High School, she was born to Bud and Lois Krohe June 26, 1982 in Rushville, IL. She had three brothers much older than her: Chris and Tobie Krohe, and Mark Connor.

 

        She spent her life helping with the family produce business in rural Beardstown. She attended Black Oak Church. She loved singing with her dad in karaoke competitions. Her biggest passion was raising her four sons: Jacob and Nikolas Lopez, and Kaileb and Marcos Sebastian.

        Jenny and her dad died together in a house fire April 15, 2012 near Beardstown. Her brothers chose to cremate them and bury some of their cremains with Lois at St. Alexis Cemetery in Beardstown. The fire investigation remains open. Any information can be directed to Illinois State Fire Marshall Chris Valentine in Jacksonville, IL.

 

                                                g. Krohe, Elmer Lewis (Feb 10,1916Beardstown, IL-Feb                29,2008 Springfield, IL) m. Burton, Oniea Elizabeth (30 MAY1921 • IL- AFT 26 MAY 2009 Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois)

ELMER KROHE


            Elmer Krohe, 92, of Springfield passed away Friday, Feb. 29, 2008, at St. John's Hospital. He was born Feb. 10, 1916, near Beardstown, the son of Felix J.A. and Ida M. Hendricker Krohe. He married Onea E. Burton on Oct. 2, 1938, near Beardstown.

             His parents, four brothers, Paul, Arthur, Phillip and Oliver, and four sisters, Marie, Henrietta, Dorothy and Edna, preceded him in death. Mr. Krohe was a Merchant Marine serving in the Atlantic Sea and Mediterranean Sea war zones during World War II.

            He retired from Pillsbury Mill after 46 years of service. He was a member of American Legion Post 32 and First Church of the Nazarene where he was a Sunday school teacher, head usher and on the Board of Trustees. Services at First Church of the Nazarene, with the Rev. Fred Prince and Rev. William Burton officiating. Burial in Camp Butler National Cemetery.

 

ONEA KROHE


                                                                                                                               

            Onea Elizabeth Krohe, 91, of Beardstown and formerly of Springfield died Wednesday, November 16, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. She was born May 30, 1920 in Louisville, IL, the daughter of Revs. Homer and Mamie Burke Burton. She married Elmer Lewis Krohe on October 2, 1938 at the home of her parents, the Bethel Church of the Nazarene parsonage, in rural Arenzville.

            He preceded her in death February 29, 2008. Surviving is her son Roger B. Krohe of Chicago; two brothers Enfer Burton of Las Vegas, NV and Paul Burton of Reynoldsburg, OH; one sister Aline Hendricker of rural Beardstown; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, three brothers Raymond, Herschel, and Charles Burton, and one sister Corene Krohe.

            She previously worked in an aircraft factory in Springfield while her husband served in the Merchant Marines during WWII.

             While they resided in Springfield she enjoyed bowling on a league with her husband, fishing with her family, and gardening. She was also a member of First Church of the Nazarene in Springfield. Services were entrusted to Sager Funeral Home of Beardstown, Illinois 1. Krohe, Roger B.

                                                h. Krohe, Dorothy Christine Apr 14,1918 Cass Co., IL-Aug 30,2001) m: Rv. Williams, Robert P (Dec 8, 1921- 27 December 2016)

                                                                                                 

DOROTHY CHRISTINE WILLIAMS


Dorothy Christine Williams went home to Heaven 08/30/01 in Yukon, OK at the age of 83. She was born in Arenzville, IL on April 14, 1918, to Felix and Ida Krohe where she grew up on a farm near there.. She graduated from Beardstown High School and attended Olivet Nazarene College. She was united in marriage with Bob Williams on August 20, 1941, at Bethel Church of the Nazarene near Beardstown, IL Dorothy served almost 50 years as a pastor's wife as her husband pastored churches in Noble, (2 years) and Carnegie, OK (32 years).

            After retirement they pastored the Woodson Park Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City for 10 years. She served in many different capacities, including pianist, organist, missionary society president, church secretary, Bible School director, and Sunday School teacher.

        In addition to this she also drew the plans for 3 parsonages and 3 church construction projects. Dorothy also served on the SW OK District Missionary Council for the Church of the Nazarene and was the primary accompanist for the Williams Family Gospel Melodies radio program that aired every Monday afternoon for 16 years on station KTJS in Hobart, OK.

            She is survived by her husband, Rev. Bob Williams, of Yukon; one son, Bob Williams Jr. and wife, Pat of Oklahoma City; one daughter, Donna Keesee, of Yukon; grandchildren, Sherry Williams, Chad Williams, Darla Keesee and Deanna Keesee, and great-grandson, Carson Williams. Also surviving her are a sister, Marie Root of Rushville, IL, and brothers, Elmer Krohe of Springfield, IL, and Oliver Krohe of Beardstown, IL. Three brothers and two sisters preceded her in death.

            Services will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday September 2, 2001 at the Yukon First Church of the Nazarene with internment at the Yukon Cemetery. The family would like to express their utmost appreciation and thanks to the staff of Ranchwood Nursing Center, Heartland Hospice, and the many friends for service demonstrated during Dorothy's transition from her earthly life to her eternal home with Jesus Christ.

            1. Williams Jr., Bob m. Pat a. Williams, Sherry b. Williams, Chad 1. Williams, Carson 2. Williams, Donna m. Keesee a. Keesee, Deanna

                                                i. Krohe, Oliver Andrew (Mar 4,1922 Cass  Co., IL-Jan 2,2007 Springfield,

                                     Sangamon, IL) m: 12 AUG 1943 Hamblin, Jewel E (abt 1925-

 

                                                                                 OLIVER A. KROHE

                                                    State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL)

                                                                                 January 4, 2007

            Deceased Name: Oliver A. Krohe BEARDSTOWN - Oliver Andrew Krohe, 84, of Beardstown died Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007, at St. John's Hospital. He was born March 4, 1922, in Cass County, the son of Felix and Ida M. Hendricker Krohe.

         He married Jewel E. "Bettie" Hamblin in 1943 in Corvallis, Ore. Mr. Krohe graduated from Beardstown High School in 1939. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, serving as a sergeant, and received two bronze stars and a Purple Heart Medal. He was a lifelong farmer in Cass County, drove a bus for the Beards-town School District and Cass County Human Resources and was a welder for Trinity Steel in Beards-town.

        He was a member of Beards-town Church of the Nazarene for more than 75 years and was a member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene.

        Survivors: wife, Jewel; four sons, David (wife, Lona) Krohe of Vermont; Myles (wife, Deb) Krohe of Virginia and Allen (wife, Jackie) and Ken (wife, Kelly) Krohe, both of Beardstown ; five daughters, Janet (husband, Sam) Spears, Carol (husband, Charles) Wubker, Ann (husband, Tom) Bell and Audrey Perry, all of Beardstown , and Dottie (husband, Paul) Puckel of Springfield; 22 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; brother, Elmer (wife, Onea) Krohe of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews.

        Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Beardstown Church of the Nazarene, the Rev. Ken Mitchell officiating. Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Beardstown . Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling is in charge of arrangements.

    According to Beard School records, Oliver was a school bus driver for Beard School from 1961 - 1962.

                                    1.Krohe, David (wife, Lona) of Vermont

                                    2. Krohe, Myles (wife, Deb) Krohe of Virginia

                                    3. Krohe, Allen (wife, Jackie)

                                    4. Krohe, Ken (wife, Kelly) Krohe, both of Beardstown

                                    5. Krohe, Janet (husband, Sam) Spears,

                                    6. Krohe, Carol (husband, Charles) Wubker,

                                    7. Krohe, Ann (husband, Tom) Bell

                                     8. Krohe, Audrey m. Perry, of Beardstown

                                    9. Krohe, Dottie (husband, Paul) Puckel

                       

                        Hendricker, Henry (March 1, 1884-9 NOV 1967 Beardstown, Cass Co, IL) m: Krohe, Mathilda Tillie Louise (1887-

                        1980)

                                                                                    

                                                                                 HENRY HENDRICKER

                                                                                Submitted by Ernie Launer

        Henry Hendricker, 83, a retired farmer of the Beardstown-Arenzville Community passed away early this morning at Schmitt Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for three weeks.

         Mr. Hendricker was born on March 1, 1884, the son of Charles and Sophia Jockisch Hendricker. He was preceded in death by his parents; 1 son, Ralph and 2 children in infancy. He is survived by: his wife, Tillie; six daughters, Mrs. Arthur "Myrtle" Carls, of Beardstown, Mrs. Raymond "Rose" Edge of Chandlerville, Mrs. Frank "Ada" Bennett of Griggsville, Mrs. Ben "Phyllis" Crocker, of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Ralph "Bertha" Wankel of Beardstown. Mrs. Calvin "Vera" Johnson of Salinas, California; three sons. Homer Hendricker of Beardstown, Irvin Hendricker of Beardstown, Harold Hendricker of Arenzville; 36 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; four sisters, Bessie Hendricker, Mrs. Hattie Larson, Mrs. Julia Roat, Mrs. Lydia Roat all of Havana; and 1 brother, R.W. Hendricker of Beardstown.

            Funeral services will be held at the First Church of the Nazarene in Beardstown on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. with visitation at the Cline Funeral Home from 7 till 9 p.m. on Saturday evening. Anyone wishing to donate may do so to the Bethel Nazarene Church Fund or the Schmitt Memorial Hospital Fund. Burial will be in the City cemetery.

                                                                                MATHILDA HENDRICKER

                                                    Virginia Gazette, Virginia, Illinois, October 16, 1980

                                                                            - Submitted by Ernie Launer

            Mathilda L. Hendricker, 93, Rural Route I, Arenzville, died Oct. 9, 1980, at Beardstown Hospital. Mrs. Hendricker was born in Cass County April 9, 1887, daughter of Henry and Christina Menge Krohe.

         She married Henry Hendricker near Bluff Springs Dec. 18, 1907, and he died Nov. 9, 1967. Survivors include three sons, Homer and Irvin, both of Beardstown, and Harold, Arenzville; six daughters: Mrs. Arthur (Myrtle) Carls and Mrs. Ralph (Bertha) Wankle, both of Beardstown; Mrs. Raymond (Rosa) Edge, Chandlerville; Mrs. Frank (Ada) Bennett, Griggsville; Mrs. Bennet (Phyllis) Crocker, Plymouth, Mich.; and Mrs. Calvin (Vera) Johnson, Salinas, Calif.; 36 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

         She was preceded in death by four sisters, a brother, two sons and a daughter.

        Mrs. Hendricker was a member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene and was a charter member of the Friendly Circle Club. Services were Oct. 12 at Beardstown Church of the Nazarene. Burial was in Beardstown City Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Bethel Church of the Nazarene.

 

                 a. Hendricker, Myrtle Christine (10 JUN 1909 • Arenzville, Cass County, Illinois- 15 JAN 1996 • Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois) m. Carls, Arthur Rogers (12 JUN 1908 • Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois,- 27 JAN 1994 • Rushville, Schuyler, Illinois

 

                             1. Carls, David (ABT 1935 • IL-)

                            2. Carls, Glen A (19 MAR 1940- 19 MAR 1940)

                             3. Carls, Ruth A (19 MAR 1940- 19 MAR 1940)

                             4. Carls, Esther (06 DEC 1943 • Beardstown, Cass, IL, - 12 SEP 2010 Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois) m. Dodgen, George A (13 APR 1937- 18 MAY 2003)

                                                                         

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                                                                                            ESTHER CARL DODGEN

                                                                                            From the Cass County Star Gazette:

         Esther Carls Dodgen, 66, of Jacksonville, died Sunday, Sept. 12, at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. She was born Dec. 6, 1943, in Beardstown, the daughter of Arthur R. and Myrtle C. Hendricker Carls. She married Joe A. Dodgen and he preceded her in death in 2003.

    Mrs. Dodgen is survived by a sister, Ruth A. (husband, John) Werries of Chapin, two brothers, David A. (wife, Althea) Carls of Arenzville and Glen A. Carls of Jacksonville, and the following niece and nephews: Leesa Carls Tobiasz o fLake Zurich, Steve Carls of Beardstown, Drew Carls and Marc Carls both of Arenzville, Dan Werries of Midland, Mich., and Curt Werries of Quincy. She is also survived by many great-nieces and nephews, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

            Esther graduated from Triopia High School in 1961 and the University of Illinois in 1967 where she was a teaching assistant while working on her master's degree. She spent a year studying and traveling in Europe. She received diplomas from Alliance Francaise in Paris and Laval University in Quebec. Her first teaching assignment was teaching French at Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby.

            In 1973, Esther married Joe A. Dodgen, a farmer and vocational agriculture teacher, and began teaching at Carrollton High School in Carrollton, Mo., with her husband. She retired from teaching after 30 years and taught GED classes part time. After her husband's death in 2003, she moved to the Jacksonville area where she had many relatives.

                Esther taught Sunday school and Bible school for thirty years in Mo. After moving to Jacksonville, she was a faithful member of Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church, led the Monday morning Ladies Bible Study Group, and taught the snior women's Sunday morning small group.

             She especially enjoyed reading, writing, and listening to classical music and had a special fondness for nature, animals, and children. She had three published works: Flowers Along the Path:Collected Wisdom for Your Spiritual Journey, Barbour Publishing, 2001; Glimpses of God through the Ages: A collection of Personal Exspression of Faith from the Bible to the Present, Hendrickson Publishers, 2003; and Bouquet of Flowers: Inspiration Gathered from My Spiritual Garden, Published in 2010.

             Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church in Jacksonville. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m., Thursday at Oddfellows Cemetery in Charleston, Mo. Memorials are suggested to Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church or In His Service-Jesus Is Lord. Condolences may be left online at www.airsman-hires.com

 

         b. Hendricker, Rosa S.( Jan. 2, 1911, Arenzville - Feb. 23,                2003 age 92)m: (Jan. 31, 1933, Arenzville) Edge, Gerald                Raymond. (Dec. 28, 1911-23 FEB 2003 age 92) Parents: Baldwin, Rev. John W. and Ida

 

                                                                                                 

                                                                                        ROSA S. EDGE

                Rosa S. Edge, 92, of rural Chandlerville died Sunday, Feb. 23, 2003, at her residence. She was born Jan. 2, 1911, in rural Arenzville, the daughter of Henry and Mathilda Krohe Hendricker. She married Raymond Edge in 1933 in rural Arenzville.

            An infant son, Jerry, preceded her in death.

            Mrs. Edge was a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church, where she was an organist until recently, and Cass County Home Extension.

            She was a former 4-H leader.

            Survivors: husband, Raymond; three sons, Milton (wife, Hazel) Edge of Chandlerville, William "Bill" Edge of rural Chandlerville and Dale (wife, Donna) Edge of rural Ashland; a daughter, Shirley (husband, Dean) Duckwiler of Pleasant Plains; 10 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter; two brothers, Irvin (wife, Aline) Hendricker of rural Beardstown and Harold (wife, Margaret) Hendricker of rural Arenzville; three sisters, Ada (husband, F.D.) Bennett of Griggsville, Bertha (husband, Ralph) Wankel of Beardstown and Vera (husband, Cal) Johnson of Salinas, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews.

             Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Mount Olive Baptist Church, east of Chandlerville. Burial: Chandlerville Cemetery. Lintner-Buchanan Funeral Home in Chandlerville is in charge of arrangements.

                                                                                        RAYMOND EDGE

                                            Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, October 3, 2007 -

                                                                                    Submitted by Marcia Cox

     Raymond Edge, 1911-2007, Chandlerville Raymond Edge, 95, of Chandlerville, died Monday afternoon, Oct. 1, 2007 at the Walker Nursing Home in Virginia. He was born Dec. 28, 1911, in Waverly, the son of Rev. John W. and Ida Baldwin Edge.

        He married Rosa S. Hendricker on Jan. 31, 1933, in rural Arenzville, and she preceded him in death on Feb. 23, 2003. He is survived by three sons, Milton (wife, Hazel) and William "Bill," both of Chandlerville and Dale Edge (wife, Donna) of Ashland; one daughter, Shirley (husband, Dean) Duckwiler of Chandlerville; 10 grandchildren, Yvonne Bernard, Laurel Ann McLagan, Stanley Edge, Melinda Taylor, Rachel Christianson, Kevin Duckwiler, Daphne Dodd, Demetria Westbrook, Dawn Stremsterfer and Daniel Edge; 18 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild; one sister, Edna Beasley of Florida; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death one son, Jerry, in infancy; one granddaughter, Darlene Duckwiler; two brothers, Richard and Ralph; and two sisters, Dorothy Swearingen and Edith Edge.

             Mr. Edge had farmed all his life. He was a 4-H leader, member of the Cass-Morgan Farm Bureau, served on the Cass County Fair Board, and attended the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.

            Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, east of Chandlerville, with burial at Chandlerville Cemetery. The remains will be taken to the church one hour prior to services. The family will meet friends from 5-7:30 p.m. today at Buchanan & CodyFuneral Home in Virginia. Memorials are suggested to Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Chandlerville Cemetery or Walker Nursing Home Resident Activity Fund. Condolences may be left

                                         1. Edge, Gerald (Jerry) Raymond ( 7 NOV 1936 Lewistouwn, Fulton, IL - 24 NOV 1936)

                                         2. Edge, Milton m: Hazel 3. Edge, William H. "Bill"(March 25, 1946- April 1, 2008 age 62)

                                                                                             WILLIAM H. 'BILL' EDGE

                                                                 - Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, April 2, 2008 -

                                                                                         Submitted by Marcia Cox

        William H. 'Bill' Edge, 1946-2008, Chandlerville William H. "Bill" Edge, 62, of Chandlerville, died Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. He was born March 25, 1946 in Jacksonville, the son of Raymond and Rosa Hendricker Edge.

        He is survived by two brothers, Milton (wife, Hazel) of Chandlerville and Dale (wife, Donna) of Ashland; one sister, Shirley (husband, Dean) Duckwiler of Chandlerville; several nieces and nephews; several great-nieces and nephews; and one great-great niece.

            He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Gerald, in infancy. Mr. Edge was involved in 4-H as a young man and attended Mt. Olive Baptist Church. He enjoyed fishing, reading the newspaper, studying maps, St. Louis Cardinal baseball, and local sporting events.

            Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, east of Chandlerville, with burial in Chandlerville Cemetery. The family will meet friends from 5:30-7 p.m. today at Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Virginia. Memorials are suggested to Chandlerville Cemetery. Condolences may be left at

                                     4. Edge, Dale m: Donna of rural Ashland; 5. Edge, Shirley m: Duckwiler, Dean

            c. Hendricker, Homer K (18 MAR 1912                Arenzville• IL - 6 NOV 1991 Beardstown, IL) m. 23 APR 1936 Goodwin, Anna Louise (10 Apr 1916- 29 APR 1997) Parents: Goodwin, Glen and Dorothy Vancil

                                                                                        HOMER HENDRICKER

                                                                                                         

                                                The State Journal-Register (Springfield, Illinois) November 7, 1991

            Homer Hendricker, 79, of rural Beardstown died at 7:35 a.m. Wednesday at his residence. Services at 11 a.m. Saturday at Bethel Church of the Nazarene, near Bluff Springs, with burial in Beardstown City Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Anna Louise Goodwin Hendricker; two sons, Larry of Decatur and Mike of rural Beardstown; four daughters, Betty Combest of Rantoul, Rosalind White of Marquand, Mo., Marsha Owens of Alamo, Ga., and Sherry Ralston of Beardstown; 17 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two brothers, Irvin of rural Beardstown and Harold of Arenzville; six sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Myrtle) Carls and Mrs. Ralph (Bertha) Wankel, both of Beardstown, Mrs. Raymond (Rosa) Edge of Chandlerville, Mrs. Frank (Ada) Bennett of Griggsville, Mrs. Ben (Phyllis) Crocker of Plymouth, Mich., and Mrs. Calvin (Vera) Johnson of Salina, Calif.; several nieces and nephews.

                                                                                                                     

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                                                                                LOUISE HENDRICKER,

                                                                        - Submitted by Ernie Launer

                    Louise Hendricker April 10, 1916-April 29, 1997 Louise Hendricker, 81, rural Beardstown, died Tuesday morning, April 29, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital in Rushville. She was born April 10, 1916, in Rushville, the daughter of Goodwin, Glen and Dorothy Vancil. She married Homer Hendricker April 23, 1936 in Rushville. He preceded her in death November 6,1991.

                Surviving are two sons, Larry Hendricker (wife Janet) of Decatur and Mike Hendricker (wife Dorothy) of rural Beardstown; four daughters, Betty Combest of Rantoul, Mrs. Byron (Rosalind) White of Marquand, Missouri, Marsha Owens of Farmington, Missouri, and Mrs. Brian (Sherry) Ralston of Beardstown; three brothers, Lyle Goodwin of Arlington Heights, Leland Goodwin of Cuba, Illinois, and Lester Goodwin of Rushville; two sisters, Margie Bunfill of Mesa, Arizona, and Marialene Brobeck of Tucson, Arizona; 17 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one daughter in infancy, and one brother, Virgil.

                She graduated from Rushville High School in the class of 1934. She was a member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene as well as teaching Sunday School there for several years. She was also a member of The Friendly Circle and Cass County Home Extension. She was a homemaker and enjoyed flower gardening. Funeral services were held Friday, May 2, at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville with the Rev. Neal Kellam and the Rev. Cecil Carroll officiating. Organist Mrs. N. Edith Somppi played selected hymns and accompanied vocalist Jeff Hendricker as he sang several songs. Selections included "What a Friend We Have in Jesus, ''Under His Wings," "Where the Roses Never Face," and "Savior, More Than Life. Mr. Hendricker also sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd," at the graveside.

             Honorary pallbearers were Clint Hendricker, Jeff Hendricker, Aaron Ralston and John Holt. Pallbearers were Derek Hendricker, Ryan Hendricker, Greg Hendricker, Nathan Ralston, Steve Combest, Jason Ralston, Richard White and Rod Combest. Burial was in the Beardstown City Cemetery. Memorials have been suggested to the Bethel Church of the Nazarene. Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown was in charge of arrangements.

                                1. Hendricker, Rosalind m: White, Byron of Marquand MO,

                                2.  Hendricker, Marsha m: Owens of Farmington, MO,

                                3. Hendricker, Sherry m: Ralston, Brian of Beardstown, IL

                                 4. Hendricker, Betty (ABT 1937- Combest of Rantoul,

                                    5. Hendricker, Larry (abt 1939-)m: Janet

                                    6. Hendricker, Michael Eugene(July 22,1948 Beardstown- March 24,1998 Beardstown-farming accident) m: Oct. 28, 1978 Hefley, Dorothy.

                                                    SP4 US ARMY VIETNAM MICHAEL E. HENDRICKER,

                                                                     - Submitted by Ernie Launer

                                                                        1948 - 1998 BEARDSTOWN -

     Michael E. Hendricker, 49, of rural Beardstown died Tuesday afternoon, March 24, 1998, at the family farm southeast of Beardstown in a farm-related accident. He was born July 22, 1948, in Beardstown, the son of Homer and Louise Goodwin Hendricker. He married Dorothy Hefley on Oct. 28, 1978, at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville, and she survives in Beardstown.

            He is also survived by two sons, Derek and Clint at home; three daughters, Mrs. Eric (Tara) Brenize of Grantham, Pa., Carrie of Jacksonville, Jenny at home; one granddaughter; one brother Larry (wife, Janet) of Decatur; four sisters, Betty Combest of Rantoul, Mrs. Byron (Rosalind) White of Marquand, Mo., Marsha Owens of Farmington, Mo., Mrs. Brian (Sherry) Ralston of Beardstown; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.

                 Mr. Hendrickcr graduated from Beardstown High School in the class of 1966. He was a member of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville.

                Mr. Hendricker entered the U.S. Army in 1968 where served in the Vietnam War until 1970. He received the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal with two Bronze Service Stars, and the Vietnam Campaign medal with 60 Device. Mr. Hendricker then served in the U.S. Army Reserves until 1974.

                 Mr. Hendricker began his employment with Oscar Mayer in Beardstown in 1967 until he entered the military and then returned to his position after his military service. He continued working for Oscar Mayer and then continued with Excel Corporation until the present time where he has a perfect attendance record.

                Mr. Hendricker also farmed his entire life on the family farm.

                Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville with burial at Beardstown City Cemetery. The remains will be taken to the church one hour prior to the services. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the Sager Funeral Horne in Beardstown with family meeting friends from 6-8 p.m. Memorials are suggested to the Hendricker Children Education Fund.

 

                                              a. Hendricker, Derek

                                              b. Hendricker, Clint

                                             c. Hendricker, Tara m: Brenize, Eric of Grantham, Pa.,

                                             d. Hendricker, Carrie of Jacksonville,

                                            e. Hendricker, Jenny at home;

                                            d. Hendricker, Irvin H. (3 DEC 1913-5 JAN 2010)                m. T. Aline (1 OCT 1917 - 8 DEC 2012)      

                                                                     

                                            e. Hendricker, Ada J. (2 NOV1915 Cass Co., IL-               1 Oct 2013 Griggsville, Pike Co., IL m. 12 AUG 1944 Bennett, Frank Dean (21 OCT 1905- 9 FEB 2004)

                                                                                  

                                                                1. Bennett, Brian Wayne (1956

                                            f. Hendricker, Ralph Issac Charles (11 MAR 1919-12 DEC1947St. Louis, Missouri) of Leukemia

                                                                                 

                                                                        RALPH HENDRICKER,

                                                    Illinoisan Star, Beardstown, Illinois, December 12, 1947

                Cass War Vet Dies Ralph Hendr1cker, 28, a veteran of World War II and well known throughout Cass County, died at 8:30 o'clock this morning. in the veterans hospital at Jefferson Barracks. Mo. His ailment was diagnosed by physicians as leukemia.

                He had been ill two months and a patient at Jefferson Barracks two weeks. The decedent was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendricker, rural route 2, Arenzville and the husband of the former Thelma Selvidge, former resident of this city.

                    He entered the hospita1 November 29 through the arrangements made by Harry C. Knippenberg of the local office to the Illinois Veterans Commission. Born March 11. 1919, he entered service at Jefferson Barracks Dec. 4, 1941, and was discharged as a staff sergeant at Hendricks Field, Sebring. Fla. October 25, 1945.

                Surviving besides his parents and his wife are three brothers and six sisters: Irvin of Arenzville route 2, Homer of Beardstown route 2, and Harold of Arenzville route 2: Mrs. Raymond Edge of Jacksonville. Mrs. Arthur Carls of near this city, Mrs. Frank Bennett of Griggsville, Miss Phyllis at Kankakee. Miss Bertha and Miss Vera at home. Arrangements for the funeral are incomplete.

                                        g. Hendricker, Harold Allen. (Jan. 7, 1922-April 23, 2008 age 86) m: Coil, Margaret Eileen (Jan. 25, 1921- June 23, 2009 age 88) Parents: Coil, Clay C. and Nellie M. Brown,

                                                                          

                                                                                HAROLD ALLEN HENDRICKER

                                                                - Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, April 24, 2008 -

                                                                                                 Submitted by Marcia Cox

        Harold Allen Hendricker, 1922-2008, Arenzville Harold Allen Hendricker, 86, of rural Arenzville, died Wednesday morning, April 23, 2008, at his residence. He was born Jan. 7, 1922, in rural Arenzville, the son of Henry and Mathilda Krohe Hendricker.

        He married Margaret Eileen Coil on March 24, 1948, at Beardstown Church of the Nazarene, and she survives. He is also survived by one son, Roger (wife, Edith) of rural Arenzville; three daughters, Barbara (husband Dennis) Uhles of Ava, Mo., Donna (husband, James) Krohe of Duluth, Ga., and Rebecca (husband Kenneth) Cox of Beardstown; seven grandchildren, Joy (husband, Shannon) Pruiett, Donna (husband, David) Wallner, Gene (wife, Kelly) Powell, Michael (wife, Chris) Powell, Jennifer (husband, Ryan) Alspach, Justin Krohe and Clarissa Cox; nine great-grandchildren; one brother, Irvin (wife, Aline) of Beardstown; and three sisters, Ada Bennett of Griggsville, Bertha (husband, Ralph) Wankel of Beardstown and Vera (husband, Clavin) Johnson of Jacksonville. He was preceded in death by one son in infancy; four sisters, Myrtle Carls, Phyllis Crocker, Rosa Edge and Mabel in infancy; and three brothers, Homer and Ralph and Lewis in infancy.

        Mr. Hendricker attended Krohe School in Arenzville Township. He served in the 96th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army during World War II in the Philippines. After his honorable discharge in the 1946, he managed and farmed the family farm in rural Arenzville.

        He was a member of Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville. Funeral services will be held 2:30 a.m.

        Saturday at Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville, with burial at Beardstown City Cemetery. The family will meet with friends from 5-7 p.m. Friday at Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown. Memorials are suggested to Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene. Condolences may be sent to sagerfh@casscomm.com. Note: There were some typographical errors in this obituary and it was submitted as recorded in the newspaper.

                                                                                     

                                                                        MARGARET EILEEN HENDRICKER,

                                                                        - Submitted by Ernie Launer

                                                             Margaret Eileen Hendricker 1921- 2009 Arenzville

        Margaret Eileen Hendricker, 88, of Arenzville passed away early Tuesday morning, June 23, 2009, at her residence. She was born on Jan. 25, 1921, in Bluff Springs, the daughter of Coil, Clay C. and Nellie M. Brown,. Margaret married Hendricker, Harold Allen on March 24, 1948, at Beardstown Church of the Nazarene, and he preceded her in death on April 23, 2008.

        Mrs. Hendricker is survived by one son, Hendricker, Roger A (wife, Edith) of Arenzville; three daughters, Uhles, Barbara L. (husband, Dennis) of Krohe, Ava, Mo., Donna D. (husband, James) of Houston and Rebecca J. (husband, Kenneth) Cox of Beardstown; two brothers, Coil, Donald E. of Springfield and Coil, William H. of Lapalme, Calif.; one sister, Simmons, Dorothy N. of Bluff Springs; seven grandchildren, Pruiett, Joy (husband, Shannon) , Wallner, Donna (husband, David), Powell, Gene (wife, Kelly) Powell, Michael (wife, Chris) , Alspach, Jennifer (husband, Ryan) , Krohe, Justin and Cox, Clarissa; as well as nine great-grandchildren, Wallis, April (husband, Lance) , Wallner, Michael and Heidi, Powell, Tareyn and Faelyn, Brummett, Sierra, Clark, Allen and Pruiett, Bryce and Malea.

        She was preceded in death by an infant son in 1957; a sister, Kiser, Betty; and a brother, Coil, Homer C.. Margaret attended Bluff Springs School and graduated from Beardstown High School in 1938. She then worked at Bridge Cafe, did housework at retired railroader's home, worked at Logan Myer Grocery Store and Wells-Lamont Glove Factory, then became a homemaker after her marriage to Harold, where she was very dedicated to her family which she loved dearly.

            Mrs. Hendricker was a member of Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville. Funeral services will be held on Saturday at Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in Arenzville at 10 a.m., with burial following at Beardstown City Cemetery. The family will meet friends Friday from 5-7 p.m. at Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown. Memorial contributions may be made to Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene. h. Hendricker, Mabel Louise (5 JUN 1924 • Arenzville, Cass                County, Illinois-5 JUN 1924 • Arenzville, Cass County, Illinois) i. Hendricker, Phyllis M (14 JUL 1925 Arenzville,IL-29 JUL                1997 • Farmington, Oakland County, Michigan) m. Crocker j. Hendricker, Vera (1932-

                       

                        8. Hendricker, Elmer August (19 May 1886 Ashland, IL - 6 FEB 1937 Springfield, Sangamon, IL 50) m: (24 FEB 1910) Ring, Anna W. (29 JAN 1888 Germany-16 JAN 1966 Tallula Menard Co. IL) He was a grain farmer .


                                                                                                     

HENDRICKER, ANNA RING

                                                                          - Virginia Gazette, Virginia, Illinois, January 20, 1966 -

                                                                                                      Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                                                     Mrs. Hendricker Former Resident Dies at Tullula


Mrs. Anna Ring Hendricker, 77, of Tullula, passed away at 4:45 p.m. Sunday at her residence.
Mrs. Hendricker was reared in the Monroe Community west of this city.


           Surviving is one son, Robert of Petersburg: six sisters, Mrs. Helen Nelson, Tullula: Mrs. R. W. Hendricker of Beardstown: Mrs. Martha Meyer and Mrs. Rose Meyer of Jacksonville: Mrs. Ralph (Amanda) Launer route 3, Virginia and Mrs. Liddie Menge of Virginia: four brothers, Carl and Henry Ring of Ashland, Wm. Ring of route 1 and Chris Ring of Missouri, also seven grandchildren.


                     Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Hensley-Davis funeral Home at Pleasant Plains. Burial was made in City Cemetery at Beardstown

a. Hendricker, Orville T  (August 16, 1920 - July 26, 2007)

HENDRICKER, ORVILLE T.

                                                                         Submitted by Carol Orwig


                                                Orville T. Hendricker August 16, 1920 - July 26, 2007


        Orville T. Hendricker, 86, of Clifton Hill, Missouri died Thursday evening July 26, 2007 at his home. He had been in failing health.


          Mr. Hendricker was born August 16, 1920, near Beardstown to Rudolph and Elizabeth (Ring) Hendricker and he faithfully attended the Clifton Hill Baptist Church. He was a devoted and loving husband, father, grandfather and brother and will be sadly missed by his family and many friends.


          Mr. Hendricker was preceded in death by his parents, his daughter Mary Margaret Harris, two sisters, Christine Jockisch, Marie Hendricker, two brothers, Herman and Harvey Hendricker.

Orville married May Tucker March 18, 1941 in Palmyra, MO and she survives of the home. Other survivors include his children Hazel Ann & husband Bob Gibson of Colorado, Fern & husband Wayne Bess of St. Charles, MO, Elmer Hendricker of Salisbury, Lois & husband Dennis Shirk of Vienna, MO, Dale Hendricker of Clifton Hill, MO, several grandchildren and great grandchildren, one sister Helene Sue Hendricker of Arenzville, two brothers Charles & wife Juanita Hendricker of Arenzville and Albert Hendricker of Mt. Sterling, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


         Services will be Sunday 3 PM at Cater Funeral Home Chapel in Moberly, MO. Services will also be held at 11 AM Monday, July 30, 2007 at the Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling with Brother Adam Duncan officiating. Burial will be in the Beardstown City Cemetery.


Hendricker Funeral Home in charge of the local arrangements.

                        7. Hendricker, Henry H. (March 1, 1884-) m: Krobe, Tillie L

 

                                                                                                HENDRICKER, HENRY

                                                                                        Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                 Henry Hendricker, 83, a retired farmer of the Beardstown-Arenzville Community passed away early this morning at Schmitt Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for three weeks.
Mr. Hendricker was born on March 1, 1884, the son of Charles and Sophia Jockisch Hendricker.


            He was preceded in death by his parents; 1 son, Ralph and 2 children in infancy.


            He is survived by: his wife, Tillie; six daughters, Mrs. Arthur "Myrtle" Carls, of Beardstown, Mrs. Raymond "Rose" Edge of Chandlerville, Mrs. Frank "Ada" Bennett of Griggsville, Mrs. Ben "Phyllis" Crocker, of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Ralph "Bertha" Wankel of Beardstown. Mrs. Calvin "Vera" Johnson of Salinas, California; three sons. Homer Hendricker of Beardstown, Irvin Hendricker of Beardstown, Harold Hendricker of Arenzville; 36 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; four sisters, Bessie Hendricker, Mrs. Hattie Larson, Mrs. Julia Roat, Mrs. Lydia Roat all of Havana; and 1 brother, R.W. Hendricker of Beardstown.


                                  Funeral services will be held at the First Church of the Nazarene in Beardstown on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. with visitation at the Cline Funeral Home from 7 till 9 p.m. on Saturday evening. Anyone wishing to donate may do so to the Bethel Nazarene Church Fund or the Schmitt Memorial Hospital Fund. Burial will be in the City cemetery.

HENDRICKER, MATHILDA

                                      Virginia Gazette, Virginia, Illinois, October 16, 1980

                                                                                                      Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                 Mathilda L. Hendricker, 93, Rural Route I, Arenzville, died Oct. 9, 1980, at Beardstown Hospital.
                    Mrs. Hendricker was born in Cass County April 9, 1887, daughter of Henry and Christina Menge Krohe. She married Henry Hendricker near Bluff Springs Dec. 18, 1907, and he died Nov. 9, 1967.


         Survivors include three sons, Homer and Irvin, both of Beardstown, and Harold, Arenzville; six daughters: Mrs. Arthur (Myrtle) Carls and Mrs. Ralph (Bertha) Wankle, both of Beardstown; Mrs. Raymond (Rosa) Edge, Chandlerville; Mrs. Frank (Ada) Bennett, Griggsville; Mrs. Bennet (Phyllis) Crocker, Plymouth, Mich.; and Mrs. Calvin (Vera) Johnson, Salinas, Calif.; 36 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by four sisters, a brother, two sons and a daughter.


                                 Mrs. Hendricker was a member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene and was a charter member of the Friendly Circle Club.


       Services were Oct. 12 at Beardstown Church of the Nazarene. Burial was in Beardstown City Cemetery.
Memorials are suggested to Bethel Church of the Nazarene.

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                                    b. Hendricker, Bertha A.

                                   c. Hendricker, Harold Allen. (Jan. 7, 1922-April 23, 2008 age 86) m: Coil, Margaret Eileen (Jan. 25, 1921- June 23, 2009 age 88) Parents: Coil, Clay C.and  Nellie     Brown

HENDRICKER, HAROLD ALLEN

- Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, April 24, 2008 - Submitted by Marcia Cox

        Harold Allen Hendricker, 1922-2008, Arenzville
Harold Allen Hendricker, 86, of rural Arenzville, died Wednesday morning, April 23, 2008, at his residence.
         He was born Jan. 7, 1922, in rural Arenzville, the son of Henry and Mathilda Krohe Hendricker. He married Margaret Eileen Coil on March 24, 1948, at Beardstown Church of the Nazarene, and she survives.


         He is also survived by one son, Roger (wife, Edith) of rural Arenzville; three daughters, Barbara (husband Dennis) Uhles of Ava, Mo., Donna (husband, James) Krohe of Duluth, Ga., and Rebecca (husband Kenneth) Cox of Beardstown; seven grandchildren, Joy (husband, Shannon) Pruiett, Donna (husband, David) Wallner, Gene (wife, Kelly) Powell, Michael (wife, Chris) Powell, Jennifer (husband, Ryan) Alspach, Justin Krohe and Clarissa Cox; nine great-grandchildren; one brother, Irvin (wife, Aline) of Beardstown; and three sisters, Ada Bennett of Griggsville, Bertha (husband, Ralph) Wankel of Beardstown and Vera (husband, Clavin) Johnson of Jacksonville. He was preceded in death by one son in infancy; four sisters, Myrtle Carls, Phyllis Crocker, Rosa Edge and Mabel in infancy; and three brothers, Homer and Ralph and Lewis in infancy.


          Mr. Hendricker attended Krohe School in Arenzville Township. He served in the 96th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army during World War II in the Philippines. After his honorable discharge in the 1946, he managed and farmed the family farm in rural Arenzville. He was a member of Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville.


          Funeral services will be held 2:30 a.m. Saturday at Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville, with burial at Beardstown City Cemetery. The family will meet with friends from 5-7 p.m. Friday at Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown. Memorials are suggested to Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene. Condolences may be sent to sagerfh@casscomm.com.


         Note: There were some typographical errors in this obituary and it was submitted as recorded in the newspaper.

 

HENDRICKER, MARGARET EILEEN

                                                                                 - Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                                Margaret Eileen Hendricker 1921- 2009 Arenzville


          Margaret Eileen Hendricker, 88, of Arenzville passed away early Tuesday morning, June 23, 2009, at her residence.


                      She was born on Jan. 25, 1921, in Bluff Springs, the daughter ofCoil, Clay C. and Nellie M "Brown, Nellie M" .   "Coil, Clay C. and Nellie M. Brown"  Brown,.

        Margaret married Hendricker, Harold Allen on March 24, 1948, at Beardstown Church of the Nazarene, and he preceded her in death on April 23, 2008.


         Mrs. Hendricker is survived by one son, Hendricker, Roger A (wife, Edith)  of Arenzville; three daughters, Uhles, Barbara L. (husband, Dennis)   of Krohe, Ava, Mo., Donna D. (husband, James)   of Houston and Rebecca J. (husband, Kenneth) Cox of Beardstown; two brothers, Coil, Donald E. of Springfield and Coil, William H. "Coil, William H."  of Lapalme, Calif.; one sister, Simmons, Dorothy "Simmons, Dorothy"  N. of Bluff Springs; seven grandchildren, Pruiett, Joy (husband, Shannon) "Pruiett, Joy (husband, Shannon)"  , Wallner, Donna (husband, David) "Wallner, Donna (husband, David)" , Powell, Gene (wife, Kelly) "Powell, Gene (wife, Kelly)"  Powell, Michael (wife, Chris) "Powell, Michael (wife, Chris)"  , Alspach, Jennifer (husband, Ryan), Krohe, Justin  and Cox, Clarissa as well as nine great-grandchildren, Wallis, April (husband, Lance)  , Wallner, Michael and  , Powell, Tareyn and Faelyn, Brummett, Sierra  , Clark, Allen  and Pruiett, Bryce and Malea "Pruiett, Bryce and Malea" . She was preceded in death by an infant son in 1957; a sister, Kiser, Betty "Kiser, Betty" ; and a brother, Coil, Homer C. "Coil, Homer C." .


         Margaret attended Bluff Springs School and graduated from Beardstown High School in 1938. She then worked at Bridge Cafe, did housework at retired railroader's home, worked at Logan Myer Grocery Store and Wells-Lamont Glove Factory, then became a homemaker after her marriage to Harold, where she was very dedicated to her family which she loved dearly. Mrs. Hendricker was a member of Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville.

 

          Funeral services will be held on Saturday at Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene in Arenzville at 10 a.m., with burial following at Beardstown City Cemetery. The family will meet friends Friday from 5-7 p.m. at Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown. Memorial contributions may be made to Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene.

 

                                    d. Hendricker, Homer K.  m: Rushville, IL  April 23, 1936     Goodwin, Louise ? (April 10, 1916-April 29, 1997)       Parents: Goodwin, Glen and Dorothy Vancil

HENDRICKER, LOUISE

                                                                                                      - Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                                                        Louise Hendricker April 10, 1916-April 29, 1997


          Louise Hendricker, 81, rural Beardstown, died Tuesday morning, April 29, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital in Rushville.


         She was born April 10, 1916, in Rushville, the daughter of Goodwin, Glen and Dorothy Vancil "Goodwin, Glen and Dorothy Vancil" . She married Homer Hendricker April 23, 1936 in Rushville. He preceded her in death November 6,1991.


        Surviving are two sons, Larry Hendricker (wife Janet) of Decatur and Mike Hendricker (wife Dorothy) of rural Beardstown; four daughters, Betty Combest of Rantoul, Mrs. Byron (Rosalind) White of Marquand, Missouri, Marsha Owens of Farmington, Missouri, and Mrs. Brian (Sherry) Ralston of Beardstown; three brothers, Lyle Goodwin of Arlington Heights, Leland Goodwin of Cuba, Illinois, and Lester Goodwin of Rushville; two sisters, Margie Bunfill of Mesa, Arizona, and Marialene Brobeck of Tucson, Arizona; 17 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.


                      She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one daughter in infancy, and one brother, Virgil.


                     She graduated from Rushville High School in the class of 1934. She was a member of Bethel Church of the Nazarene as well as teaching Sunday School there for several years. She was also a member of The Friendly Circle and Cass County Home Extension. She was a homemaker and enjoyed flower gardening.


                     Funeral services were held Friday, May 2, at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville with the Rev. Neal Kellam and the Rev. Cecil Carroll officiating.

         Organist Mrs. N. Edith Somppi played selected hymns and accompanied vocalist Jeff Hendricker as he sang several songs. Selections included "What a Friend We Have in Jesus, ''Under His Wings," "Where the Roses Never Face," and "Savior, More Than Life. Mr. Hendricker also sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd," at the graveside.


        Honorary pallbearers were Clint Hendricker, Jeff Hendricker, Aaron Ralston and John Holt.


                                 Pallbearers were Derek Hendricker, Ryan Hendricker, Greg Hendricker, Nathan Ralston, Steve Combest, Jason Ralston, Richard White and Rod Combest.


        Burial was in the Beardstown City Cemetery.


Memorials have been suggested to the Bethel Church of the Nazarene.
Sager Funeral Home in Beardstown was in charge of arrangements.

1.. Hendricker, Larry m: Janet

2. Hendricker, Michael   (July 22,1948 Beardstown-  March 24,1998 Beardstown-farming accident) m: Oct.    28, 1978 Hefley, Dorothy

HENDRICKER, MICHAEL E.

                     

                                                                                - Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                                                 Michael E. Hendricker 1948 - 1998

 


                                 BEARDSTOWN - Michael E. Hendricker, 49, of rural Beardstown died Tuesday afternoon, March 24, 1998, at the family farm southeast of Beardstown in a farm-related accident.


          He was born July 22, 1948, in Beardstown, the son of Homer and Louise Goodwin Hendricker. He married Dorothy Hefley on Oct. 28, 1978, at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville, and she survives in Beardstown.


      He is also survived by two sons, Derek and Clint at home; three daughters, Mrs. Eric (Tara) Brenize of Grantham, Pa., Carrie of Jacksonville, Jenny at home; one granddaughter; one brother Larry (wife, Janet) of Decatur; four sisters, Betty Combest of Rantoul, Mrs. Byron (Rosalind) White of Marquand, Mo., Marsha Owens of Farmington, Mo., Mrs. Brian (Sherry) Ralston of Beardstown; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.


     Mr. Hendrickcr graduated from Beardstown High School in the class of 1966. He was a member of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville. Mr. Hendricker entered the U.S. Army in 1968 where served in the Vietnam War until 1970. He received the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal with two Bronze Service Stars, and the Vietnam Campaign medal with 60 Device. Mr. Hendricker then served in the U.S. Army Reserves until 1974.

   Mr. Hendricker began his employment with Oscar Mayer in Beardstown in 1967 until he entered the military and then returned to his position after his military service. He continued working for Oscar Mayer and then continued with Excel Corporation until the present time where he has a perfect attendance record. Mr. Hendricker also farmed his entire life on the family farm.


      Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in rural Arenzville with burial at Beardstown City Cemetery. The remains will be taken to the church one hour prior to the services. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the Sager Funeral Horne in Beardstown with family meeting friends from 6-8 p.m. Memorials are suggested to the Hendricker Children Education Fund.

      a. Hendricker, Derek

      b. Hendricker, Clint

      c. Hendricker, Tara m: Brenize, Eric  of      Grantham, Pa.,

      d. Hendricker, Carrie of Jacksonville,

      e. Hendricker, Jenny  at home;

3. Hendricker, Betty  m: Combestof Rantoul,

4. Hendricker, Rosalind m: White, Byron

5. Hendricker, Marsha m: Owens of Farmington, MO,

6.Hendricker, Sherry Ralston, Brian  of Beardstown,IL

                                   e. Hendricker, Irvin H.

                                    f. Hendricker, Myrtle C.

                                    g. Hendricker, Phyllis M.

                                    h. Hendricker, Ralph I.(March 11. 1919- December 1947 age   28 of Leukemia).

                                                                                                    HENDRICKER, RALPH

                                                               - Illinoisan Star, Beardstown, Illinois, December 12, 1947
                                                                                                   Cass War Vet Dies


                     Ralph Hendr1cker, 28, a veteran of World War II and well known throughout Cass County, died at 8:30 o'clock this morning. in the veterans hospital at Jefferson Barracks. Mo. His ailment was diagnosed by physicians as leukemia. He had been ill two months and a patient at Jefferson Barracks two weeks.


                    The decedent was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendricker, rural route 2, Arenzville and the husband of the former Thelma Selvidge, former resident of this city.


        He entered the hospita1 November 29 through the arrangements made by Harry C. Knippenberg of the local office to the Illinois Veterans Commission.


                   Born March 11. 1919, he entered service at Jefferson Barracks Dec. 4, 1941, and was discharged as a staff sergeant at Hendricks Field, Sebring. Fla. October 25, 1945.


                    Surviving besides his parents and his wife are three brothers and six sisters: Irvin of Arenzville route 2, Homer of Beardstown route 2, and Harold of Arenzville route 2: Mrs. Raymond Edge of Jacksonville. Mrs. Arthur Carls of near this city, Mrs. Frank Bennett of Griggsville, Miss Phyllis at Kankakee. Miss Bertha and Miss Vera at home.


               Arrangements for the funeral are incomplete.

 

                                    i. Hendricker, Rosa S.( Jan. 2, 1911, Arenzville - Feb. 23,       2003 age 92)m: Jan. 31, 1933, Arenzville Edge, Gerald  

                               Raymond. (Dec. 28, 1911-Oct. 1, 2007 age 95) Parents:  Baldwin, Rev. John W. and Ida   R.

                EDGE, RAYMOND

                                                                 - Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, October 3, 2007 -

                                                                                                         Submitted by Marcia Cox


                                                                                             Raymond Edge, 1911-2007, Chandlerville


        Raymond Edge, 95, of Chandlerville, died Monday afternoon, Oct. 1, 2007 at the Walker Nursing Home in Virginia.


     He was born Dec. 28, 1911, in Waverly, the son of Rev. John W. and Ida Baldwin Edge. He married Rosa S. Hendricker on Jan. 31, 1933, in rural Arenzville, and she preceded him in death on Feb. 23, 2003.


         He is survived by three sons, Milton (wife, Hazel) and William "Bill," both of Chandlerville and Dale Edge (wife, Donna) of Ashland; one daughter, Shirley (husband, Dean) Duckwiler of Chandlerville; 10 grandchildren, Yvonne Bernard, Laurel Ann McLagan, Stanley Edge, Melinda Taylor, Rachel Christianson, Kevin Duckwiler, Daphne Dodd, Demetria Westbrook, Dawn Stremsterfer and Daniel Edge; 18 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild; one sister, Edna Beasley of Florida; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death one son, Jerry, in infancy; one granddaughter, Darlene Duckwiler; two brothers, Richard and Ralph; and two sisters, Dorothy Swearingen and Edith Edge.


                        Mr. Edge had farmed all his life. He was a 4-H leader, member of the Cass-Morgan Farm Bureau, served on the Cass County Fair Board, and attended the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.


                      Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, east of Chandlerville, with burial at Chandlerville Cemetery. The remains will be taken to the church one hour prior to services. The family will meet friends from 5-7:30 p.m. today at Buchanan & Cody         

             Funeral Home in Virginia. Memorials are suggested to Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Chandlerville Cemetery or Walker Nursing Home Resident Activity Fund. Condolences may be left at


         EDGE, ROSA S.

                                                                     - Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, February 25, 2003 -

                                                                                                           Submitted by Marcia Cox


                                                                                                    Rosa S. Edge, 1911-2003, Chandlerville


                        Rosa S. Edge, 92, of rural Chandlerville, died Sunday afternoon, Feb. 23, 2003, at her residence.
She was born Jan. 2, 1911, in rural Arenzville, the daughter of Henry and Mathilda Krohe Hendricker. She married Raymond Edge on Jan. 31, 1933, at her parent's home in rural Arenzville, and he survives.


                                     She is also survived by three sons, Milton (wife, Hazel) of Chandlerville, William "Bill" of rural Chandlerville, and Dale (wife, Donna) of rural Ashland; one daughter, Shirley (husband, Dean) Duckwiler of Pleasant Plains; 10 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter; two brothers, Irvin (wife, Aline) Hendricker of rural Beardstown; and Harold (wife, Margaret) Hendricker of rural Arenzville; three sisters, Ada (husband, F.D.) Bennett of Griggsville, Bertha (husband, Ralph) Wankel of Beardstown, and Vera (husband, Cal) Johnson of Salinas, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one son, Jerry in infancy; one granddaughter; two brothers, Ralph and Homer Hendricker; and two sisters, Myrtle Carls and Phyllis Crocker.


                         Mrs. Edge was a faithful member of the Mount Olive Baptist Church, where he played the organ until recently. She was a former 4-H leader and an active member of the Cass County Home Extension. She was an avid gardener who raised a wide variety of flowers and vegetables. She was an accomplished seamstress who completed more than 55 quilts. She enjoyed spending time at family gatherings.


          Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at Mount Olive Baptist Church, east of Chandlerville, with burial at Chandlerville Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at the Lintner-Buchanan Funeral Home in Chandlerville, where the family will meet friends from 5-7 p.m. Memorials are suggested to the Cass-Schuyler Area Hospice or Mount Olive Baptist Church. Messages of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.buchananfuneralhomes.com.

 

1. Edge, Jerry

                          2. Edge, Milton m:Hazel of Chandlerville,

3. Edge, William H. "Bill" (March 25, 1946-   April 1, 2008 age 62)

 

           EDGE,WILLIAM H.'BILL'

                                                                                Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois, April 2,2008                                                                                      

                                                                                        Submitted by Marcia Cox


                                                                        William H. 'Bill' Edge, 1946-2008, Chandlerville


    William H. "Bill" Edge, 62, of Chandlerville, died Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville.
                   He was born March 25, 1946 in Jacksonville, the son of Raymond and Rosa Hendricker Edge.


                        He is survived by two brothers, Milton (wife, Hazel) of Chandlerville and Dale (wife, Donna) of Ashland; one sister, Shirley (husband, Dean) Duckwiler of Chandlerville; several nieces and nephews; several great-nieces and nephews; and one great-great niece. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Gerald, in infancy.
                     Mr. Edge was involved in 4-H as a young man and attended Mt. Olive Baptist Church. He enjoyed fishing, reading the newspaper, studying maps, St. Louis Cardinal baseball, and local sporting events.


                     Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, east of Chandlerville, with burial in Chandlerville Cemetery. The family will meet friends from 5:30-7 p.m. today at Buchanan & Cody        Funeral Home in Virginia. Memorials are suggested to Chandlerville Cemetery. Condolences may be left at

                

4. Edge, Dale m: Donna of rural Ashland;

5. Edge, Shirley m: Duckwiler, Dean"  

                                    j.Hendricker, Vera J.

                                    k.Hendricker, Lewis G.

                                    l.Hendricker, Mable L.

                        8. Hendricker, Julia H. m: Roat, Harry G.

                                    a. Roat, Alice C.

                                    b. Roat, Bessie J.

                                    c. Roat, Charles J.

                                    d. Roat, John Z.

                                    e. Roat, Marvin A.

                                    f. Roat, Mildred I.

                                    g. Roat, Paul H.

                                    h. Roat, Roy E.

                        9.  Hendricker, Lydia M. m: Roat, Benjamin R.

                                    a. Roat, Chester

                        10.  Hendricker, Nettie E. m:Larson, Andrew N.

                                    a. Larson, Andrew M.

                                    b. Larson, David A.

                                    c. Larson, Dorthothy J.

                                    d. Larson, Ester V.

                                    e. Larson, Evelyn S.

                                    f. Larson, Hazel J.

                                    g.Larson,Joseph

                                    h.Larson,Lillian I.

                                    i.Larson,Nelda R.

                                    J. Larson,Robert R  

                                    k..Larson,Thelma J.

                        11. Hendricker, Rudolph W (March 4, 1893-May 3,1972 age 79). m:   March 18,

                        1814 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church  Arenzville    Ring, Elizabeth M. (Jan. 14,

                        1896-  age 81) Parents: of Ring,   Carl Frederick and Anna Marie (Loser) "Ring,

                         Carl Frederick and Anna Marie (Loser)"  

 

HENDRICKER, RUDOLPH W.

                                             Illinoisan Star Beardstown, Illinois Wednesday May 3, 1972

                                                                       - Submitted by Ernie Launer


Rudolph W. Hendricker, 79, a retired Cass County farmer, of rural Beardstown, died at his residence at 9:15 a. m. Tuesday.


             Born March 4, 1893, south of Bluff Springs, he was the son of Charles and Sophia Jockisch Hendricker. He married Elizabeth Ring on March 18, 1814 at Arenzville.


         He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth: five sons, Albert of Beardstown, Orville of Clifton Hill, Mo., Herman of Shelbyville, MO., Harvey of Memphis, Mo., and Charles of Arenzville: three daughters, Mrs. Clyde (Christine) Jockisch of Rushville, Marie and Helene Sue at home; twenty four grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren; and one sister, Lydia Roat of Havana.


         He was preceded in death by his parents, six sisters and four brothers.


        Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. at the Cline Funeral Home with Rev. Arnold Hoffman officiating. Burial will be in City Cemetery. .


    Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight. .
      The family has suggested that those wishing to give memorials consider St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Arenzville, Building fund of Kemmerer Orphanage, Route 1, Box 12, Assumption, Illinois 62510.

HENDRICKER, ELIZABETH MARGURITE (RING)

                                         Beardstown Illinoisan Star Friday March 18, 1977 -

                                                           Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                       Elizabeth Hendricker Services Set


          Funeral services for Elizabeth Margurite (Ring) Hendricker of R. R. 1, Beardstown, have been set for 2 p. m. Saturday at St. Peter's Lutheran Church near Arenzville. The Rev. G. A. Saathoff will officiate.
      The body will lie in state one hour prior to services in the church. Burial in the Beardstown City Cemetery will follow services.


                   Friends may call from 2 to 9 p. m. today at Northcutt Funeral Home. Family will be with friends from 7 to 9 p. m.
                        A housewife, Mrs. Hendricker, 81, died at 3:20 a. m. Wednesday at Culbertson Hospital in Rushville.
                    She was born Jan. 14, 1896 in Morgan County, the daughter of Carl Frederick and Anna Marie (Loser) Ring. She attended Monroe School in Cass County and married Rudolph Wesley Hendricker March 18, 1914 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Her husband preceded her in death May 2, 1972.


                       Survivors include three daughters; Mrs. Clyde (Christine) Jockisch of Rushville and Marie and Helen Sue, both of Beardstown; five sons, Albert of Beardstown, Orville of Clifton Hill Mo., Herman of Shelbyville, Mo., Harvey of Lakeland, Fla. and Charles of Arenzville; two brothers Bill Ring of Virginia and Christian Ring of Paris, Mo.; two sisters, Rose Meyer of Arenzville and Martha Meyer of Jacksonville; 24 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.


                      
Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents and husband, were two brothers, six sisters, one great-grandson and one great-granddaughter


                             Memorials may be made to the Kemmerer Village (a home for children), St. Peter's Church or the American Cancer Society.

 

               Hendricker, Albert R.(January 23,1917 IL - October 10,2008 Beardstown, IL age 91) "
Hendricker, Albert R." \i  m: 1938 Jockisch, Fern Eleanor (November 13,1917-November 16,1842 age 25) 2nd m: May 5, 1943, Beardstown, IL  Dyche, Velma ( - Jan. 27, 2002)

 

HENDRICKER, ALBERT R.

              

                                              - Illinoisan Star, Beardstown, IL, October 11, 2008 -

                                                                  Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                              Albert Hendricker 1917 - 2008 BEARDSTOWN


                Albert R Hendricker, 91, a resident of Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Mount Sterling, and formerly of Beardstown, passed away at 8:08 p.m. Friday, Oct.10, 2008, at the nursing home.


              He was born Jan. 23, 1917, near Bluff Springs, the
son of Rudolph Wesley and Elizabeth Marguerite Ring Hendricker.

 

                    He married in 1938, and she preceded him in death Nov. 16, 1942. He later married Velma Dyche on May 5, 1943, in Beardstown, and she preceded him in death Jan. 27, 2002.


                    Albert was a retired farmer and had attended Krohe School in Cass County. Mr. Hendricker was a member of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene in Cass County. Albert always enjoyed raising watermelons, but his greatest joy was spending time with his family and making homemade ice cream and red velvet cakes for his grandchildren's birthday parties.


                     Survivors include two children, Kallie Hendricker and his wife Susan of Mount Sterling and Dorothy Hetrick and her husband Bill of Beardstown; seven grandchildren, Kelly Rosback of Chaska, Minn., Jason, Jamie and Mike Hendricker, all of Mount Sterling, Todd Hetrick of Clayton, Shelly Morrill of Payson and Misty Hetrick of Mount Sterling; 12 great-grandchildren, Andy and Ryan Rosback, Emily, Joseph, Nicholas and Nathan Hendricker, Matthew Morrill, Samuel,
T.W,Ashley and Logan Hetrick and Joseph Dunn; one brother, Charles Hendricker, and one sister, Helene Sue Hendricker, both of Arenzville also survive along with several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Grace Elizabeth Hendricker in infancy; three brothers, Herman, Harvey and Orville Hendricker; and two sisters, Marie Hendricker and Christine Jockisch.
                  

        Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Friday at Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling. Graveside services will then be at Jockisch Cemetery in Cass County at 2 p.m. Friday. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Friends may also call from 8 a.m. until time of services Friday at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to the Hornet Pride Foundation or the Bethel Church of the Nazarene. Condolences for the family may be left online at www.hendrickerfh.com.

 

                                                                            HENDRICKER, VELMA "SIS"

 

                                                                               - Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                                      Velma 'Sis' Hendricker 1920 -2002 BEARDSTOWN


Velma "Sis" Hendricker, 81, of Beardstown, died Sunday evening Jan. 27, 2002, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital in Rushville.


                    She was born July 12, 1920, in Cass County, the daughter of  Dyche, Howard and Ethel Jockisch "Dyche, Howard and Ethel Jockisch"
. She married Hendricker, Albert Rudolph "Hendricker, Albert Rudolph"  May 5, 1943, in Beardstown, and he survives.


                    She is also survived by one daughter, Dorothy (husband, Bill) Hetrick of Timewell; one son, Kallie (wife, Susan) of Mount Sterling; seven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Everett and Norman "Shorty" Dyche.

 

                    Mrs. Hendricker was a homemaker and also assisted her husband with the operation of the family farm. She attended Cass County schools.

 

                     She was a devoted member of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene, south of Bluff Springs, where she enjoyed assisting with the children's program. She was a former member of the Edgewood Home Bureau and always enjoyed spending time with and cooking for her family and friends, especially her grandchildren and greatgrandchildren.

 
                                   Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene, with burial at Jockisch Cemetery, both south of Bluff Springs. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling. Friends may also call one hour prior to services Thursday at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Culbertson Memorial Hospital, Cass-Schuyler. Area Hospice or the Compassionate Ministries through the Bethel Church of the Nazarene.

 

    a.  Hendricker, Grace Elizabeth(January 16,1940 Cass Co, IL -January 23,1940          Beardstown, Cass, IL

 

                                                    HENDRICKER, GRACE ELIZABETH

                                                                                   - Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                                         Hendricker Infant Dies At Home Near Here


              Funeral Will Be Held Tomorrow Afternoon


                  Grace Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hendricker of near this city, died at her home at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The child was one week old. The body was taken to the Cline Funeral Home.
                   Funeral services will be held at the Bethel Nazarene church near Bluff Springs at 2:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in the Jockisch cemetery.


                  The decedent is survived by her parents, her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hendricker and Mr. and Mrs. George Jockisch and four great-grandparents. Mrs. Chris Jockisch. Charles Hendricker and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grant.


              Mrs. Albert Hendricker. the child's mother was formerly Miss Fern Jockisch.

 

    b. Hendricker, Kallie m: Susan

1. Hendricker, Andy

2. Hendricker, Ryan

3. Hendricker, Rosback

4. Hendricker, Emily

5. Hendricker, Joseph

6. Hendricker, Nicholas

7. Hendricker, Nathan

    c.. Hendricker, Dorothy m: Hetrick , Bill  

1. Hetrick, Matthew

2. Hetrick, Morrill

3. Hetrick, Samuel

4. Hetrick, T.W

5. Hetrick, Ashley

6. Hetrick, Logan

                                    b. Hendricker, Charles F.

                                    c. Hendricker, Christine E.  (March 10,1919 Bluff Springs-  October 23,1978 Rushville, IL) m: September 19,1940

                                       Arenzville, IL. Jockisch, Clyde

                                                                                                JOCKISCH, CHRISTINE

              

                                                                                      - Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                                            CHRISTINE JOCKISCH October 23, 1978.


               Christine Elizabeth Jockisch, 59, of Rushville, died Monday afternoon at Culbertson Hospital in Rushville.
               She was born near Bluff Springs March 10, 1919, a daughter of Rudolph and Elizabeth Ring Hendricker.

                       She married Clyde Jockisch September 19, 1970?(1940) in Arenzville. He survives. Also surviving are four daughters, Mrs. John (Yvonne) Boice of Beardstown; Mrs. Gerald (Sharon) Boice of Havana; Mrs. Lawarence (Joanne) Piluski of Rushville and Mrs. Robert (Janet) Lauderback of Beardstown; four brothers, Albert Hendricker of Beardstown, Charles Hendricker of Arenzville, Harvey Hendricker of Lackland, Fla., Orville Hendricker of Clifton Hills, Mo.; two sisters, Marie and Helen Sue Hendricker of Arenzville.


               She was preceded in death by a brother, and a granddaughter.
        She was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church here, where services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Arnold Hoffman and the Rev. James Lester officiating. Friends may call at the church an hour before the service. Burial will be in Jockisch Cemetery. Memorial gifts may be made to the American Cancer Society or the First Southern Baptist Church.

              

                                                                                        JOCKISCH, CLYDE

                                                                                     - Submitted by Ernie Launer
              

         Clyde Jockisch, 70, of Beardstown, died early Wednesday, March 6,1991, at Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Beardstown.


        He was born March 20, 1920, in Cass County, a son . He married Christine Hendricker on Sept. 19, 1940. She died Oct. 23, 1978.


He is survived by four daughters,  of Beardstown, Sharon Boice of Green Valley, Joanne Piluski of Rushville and Janet Louderback of Beardstown; nine grandchildren; one brother, Clifford of Rushville; and three sisters, Dolly Krohe of Beardstown, Irene DeSollar of Beardstown and Viola Wankel of Orlando, Fla. He was preceded in death by one sister, Fern Hendricker.


                       Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at First Southern Baptist Church of Beardstown with burial at Jockisch Cemetery at Bluff Springs. Visitation will be held 7-8:30 p.m. Friday at Cline Funeral Home in Beardstown and at the church one hour prior to services. Memorials may be made to First Southern Baptist Church of Beardstown or Free Methodist Building Fund in Rushville.

 

1. Jockisch, Yvonne m: Boice, John

2. Jockisch, Sharon m; Boice, Gerald

3. Jockisch, Joanne m: Piluski, Lawarence

4. Jockisch, Janet  m: Lauderback,  Robert

                                    d. Hendricker, Harvey E.

 

                                                                                                    HENDRICKER, HARVEY E.

                                                                                     Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                        Harvey E. Hendricker October 27, 1927 - March 17, 1997


        Harvey E. Hendricker, 69, of Edina, Missouri, and formerly of Memphis, Missouri, and Beardstown, died early Monday morning, March 17, at Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri.


                       Mr. Hendricker was born October 27, 1927 in Beardstown, the son of Rudolph Wesley and Elizabeth Ring Hendricker. He married Helen Elaine Canatsey on July 17, 1948, in Illinois, and to this union three children were born Jan Arline, Sandra Kay and Constance Marie.


                       Harvey moved to the Memphis area in 1958 where he raised his family. In the late 1970's he moved to Lakeland, Florida, where he worked as a realtor for almost 20 years. In 1996 Harvey returned to Missouri due to failing health and to be closer to his family.


                       Mr. Hendricker was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Marie Hendricker and Christine Jockisch; one brother, Herman Hendricker; and one granddaughter.


               Surviving are his three daughters, Mrs. Jan Slayton and her husband, Edward, of Downing, Missouri, Mrs. Sandra Blake and her husband, Bill, of Memphis, Missouri, and Mrs. Connie Sergeant and her husband, Eric, of Burlington, Iowa; one sister, Helen Sue Hendricker of Arenzville; three brothers, Albert Hendricker of Beardstown, Orville Hendricker of Clifton Hill, Missouri, and Charles Hendricker of Arenzville. Five grandchildren and three great-grand-children also survive, along with his ex-wife, Helen Cary of Bloomfield, Iowa.
                 

      Funeral services were held Thursday, March 20, at the Payne Funeral Chapel in Memphis, with the Rev. John Squires officiating. Graveside services were held at St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery in Arenzville.


        The Payne Funeral Chapel In Memphis, Missouri, is in charge of the arrangements, With the Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling in charge of local arrangements.


               he family has suggested memorials may be made to the American Lung Association or the St. Peter's Cemetery and may be left or mailed to the Payne     

    Funeral Chapel, 202 East Madison, Memphis, Missouri.

 

                                    e. Hendricker, Herman H. . May 8, 1922 Beardstown -March    13,1978 farm accident age 55)

HENDRICKER, HERMAN H.

                                                              - Virginia Gazette, Virginia, Illinois, March 23, 1978 -

                                                                                     Submitted by Marcia Cox


    Herman H. Hendricker, 55, of rural Shelbyville, Mo., formerly of the Beardstown - Arenzville area, was killed at 8:30 a.m. March 13 following a farm accident.


                       He had farmed in the Shelbyville area for 21 years.


                      Born May 8, 1922 near Beardstown, he was the son of Rudolph and Elizabeth Ring Hendricker. He married Myrtle Long March 24, 1946 in Beardstown.


        Hendricker attended Cass County schools and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Shelbyville.


       Survivors include his wife; two children, Gordon of Shelbyville and Mrs. Glen (Joyce) Minks of Shelbyville; four brothers, Albert of Beardstown, Orville of Clifton Hill, Mo., Harvey of Lakeland, Fla. and Charles of Arenzville; three sisters, Marie Hendricker and Helen Sue Hendricker, both of Beardstown and Mrs. Clyde (Christine) Jockisch of Rushville; and several nieces and nephews.


             
 Services were held at 11 a.m. March 16 at the First United Methodist Church in Shelbyville with the Rev. Albert Gibbs officiating.

                            f. Hendricker, Marie S.

                            g. Hendricker, Orville T.m: March 18, 1941  Mary J. (October 21, 1918 - November 10, 2009)  

                              Parents:Tucker, Charles Greenberry and Cornelia Madora   (Koester)

MARY J. HENDRICKER


               Mary J Hendricker, 91, of Clifton Hill, MO died Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at Moberly Nursing and Rehab. She had been in failing health.


        Mrs. Hendricker was born October 21, 1918 near Beardstown in the Black Oak community, a daughter of Charles Greenberry and Cornelia Madora (Koester) Tucker. She was a homemaker and was a member of Clifton Hill First Baptist Church.


                       She married Orville Hendricker on March 18, 1941 in Palmyra, MO. He preceded her in death on July 26, 2007. Also preceding her in death were her parents, a daughter Mary Margaret Harris, brothers, Howard, John and Raymond Tucker and a sister Helen Davis.

                       Survivors include her children Hazel Ann & husband Bob Gibson of Greely, Colorado, Fern & husband Wayne Bess of St. Charles, MO, Elmer Hendricker of St. Louis, MO, Lois & husband Dennis Shirk of Vienna, MO, Dale Hendricker of Clifton Hill, MO, several grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, sister Hazel Rathman of Cherokee Village, AR, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

 
                       Services will be Friday November 13, 2009 at 1:30 PM in the Clifton Hill First Baptist Church. Services will then be held at 11 AM Saturday, November 14, 2009 in the Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling. Interment will be in the Beardstown Cemetery. Local arrangements by the Hendricker Funeral Home

                

1.Hendricker, Hazel Ann & husband Bob Gibson of Greely, Colorado,

2. Hendricker, Fern m: Bess, Wayne of St. Charles,    MO,

3.Hendricker, Elmer of St. Louis, MO,

4.Hendricker, Lois m:Shirk, Dennis"  of Vienna,     MO,

5. Hendricker, Dale of Clifton Hill, MO,

            h. Hendricker, Helen Sue

                                    l.  Hendricker, Sarah(Feb.15,1915-Dec.17,1990 age 75)

 

                                                                    HENDRICKER, MARIE S.

                                                                                          - Submitted by Ernie Launer
            
             
  Marie S. Hendricker, 75, of R.R. 3 Beardstown died Monday, December 17, 1990. at her hom


She was born February 15 1915. near Beardstown a daughter of Rudolph Wesley and Elizabeth Margaret Ring Hendricker.


                       She is survived by four brothers, Albert of Beardstown, Orville of Clifton Hill, Mo., Harvey of Lakeland, Fla., and Charles of Arenzville; one sister, Helene Sue Hendricker of rural Beardstown; and many nieces. nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by one brother, Herman, and one sister, Christine Jockisch.
                       She was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church near Arenzville for over 50 years. In her younger years she attended Krohe School near Bluff Springs.


    Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday December 20 in St. Peter's Lutheran Church near Arenzville with the Rev. S John Roth officiating. Burial was on family lot of Beardstown City Cemetery.


                       Serving as vocalist were Karen Nobis, Kathy Hull, Richard Hendricker and Wes Hendricker accompanied at the organ by Bernita Edwards.


    Serving as Pallbearers were Dale Hendricker, Richie Rader, Wes Hendricker, Mike Hendricker, James J. Hendricker, James Lauderback, Richard Hendricker and Jim Bess.
Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling was in charge of arrangements.

G Jockisch, Christian H. (Chris) (December 22,1858 Bluff Springs, IL - January 23,1925 near Beardstown, IL age 66y 1m 1d) m: 1885 Shields, Maria Katherine (January 20,1865 Cass Co., IL- April 1,1945 Parents: Shields, J. C. Scheoffen, Rebecca J1860 Beardstown, Cass, IL

Census for Christian Jockisch. 1830, p. 255. Must have just been born at time of census. There is no age or estimated birth yr.1900 Bluff Springs Monroe Precincts, Cass, IL  Census for Christ Jokisch born December 1861 IL married 15 years 1885 Marie born January 1865 IL. Children: Ivy born November 1887, Verna born April 1890 IL, George born January 1888 IL, John born Oct 1891 IL, Katie born September 1893, IL, Julius born October 1895, William born September 1897 IL, and Ara son born April 1890 IL. 1910 West Beardstown, Cass, IL Census for Christ H. Jockisch age 57 married Maria K. age 47. Her parents were born in IL. Children George 22, John W 19, Kate E 15, Julius c 13, Lester 11, Arabel 9, Dorie M 7, Clyde E 5 and Louis C 1 years old.

 

                                                                CHRIST HENRY JOCKISCH

 

Christ Henry Jockisch, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Jockisch, born south of Bluff Springs, Ill., December 22, 1858, died at his late home seven miles south of Beardstown, Ill., January 23, 1925 aged 66 years, one month and one day.


        He was converted in his boyhood days to the Methodist church and kept his faith to his end. He was united in marriage to Miss Catherine Sheilds of Monroe, Ill., in 1885. To this union were born eleven children.

        He leaves to mourn , his wife, John, Julius, Lester, Elmer, and Lewis at home: George of near Beardstown: Iva, wife of Lewis Stanley, Arenzville: Verna, wife of Charles Wilson, Arenzville: Ethel, wife of Howard Dyches, near Beardstown: Ara, wife of August Hintz, near Beardstown: Dovie, Wife of Ben Krueger, near Beardstown: and nineteen grandchildren: also two brothers and four sisters - Walter of Bluff Springs: Wesley of Easton, Ill., Mrs. Sarah Washburn, of Lexington, Okla., Mrs. Julia Wahl of Edwardsville, Ill.: Mrs. Martha Nollsch of Boody, Ill.: Mrs. Sophia Hendricker of Bluff Springs, Ill.: besides a number of other relatives and friends. He was a Loved and loving husband and father.

 

                        1. Jockisch, Ara  m:Hintz, August

                                                a. Hintz, Mary

                                                b. Hintz, Raymond

                         2. Jockisch, Dovie  m: Krueger, Benjamin

                        3. Jockisch, Elmerm: Edith

                                                a. Jockisch, Catherine

                                                b. Jockisch, Medford

                                                c. Jockisch, Ronald

                        4. Jockisch, Ethel m: Dyches, Howard

                                    a. Dyche, Everet

                                    b. Dyche, Morman

                                    c. Dyche, Velma (July 12, 1920, in Cass County- January 27,1002 Beardstown, IL age 81) m:                                  May 5,1943 Hendricker, Albert

                                                                                        VELMA HENDRICKER
,

                                                                                       Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                            Velma 'Sis' Hendricker 1920 -2002 BEARDSTOWN


Velma "Sis" Hendricker, 81, of Beardstown, died Sunday evening Jan. 27, 2002, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital in Rushville.


         She was born July 12, 1920, in Cass County, the daughter of  Dyche, Howard and Ethel Jockisch "Dyche, Howard and Ethel Jockisch" . She married Hendricker, Albert Rudolph. "Hendricker, Albert Rudolph"  May 5, 1943, in Beardstown, and he survives.


                         She is also survived by one daughter, Dorothy (husband, Bill) Hetrick of Timewell; one son, Kallie (wife, Susan) of Mount Sterling; seven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Everett and Norman "Shorty" Dyche.


         Mrs. Hendricker was a homemaker and also assisted her husband with the operation of the family farm. She attended Cass County schools.


                         She was a devoted member of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene, south of Bluff Springs, where she enjoyed assisting with the children's program. She was a former member of the Edgewood Home Bureau and always enjoyed spending time with and cooking for her family and friends, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.


                         Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene, with burial at Jockisch Cemetery, both south of Bluff Springs. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling. Friends may also call one hour prior to services Thursday at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Culbertson Memorial Hospital, Cass-Schuyler. Area Hospice or the Compassionate Ministries through the Bethel Church of the Nazarene.

d. Dyches, Dorothy m: Hetrick, Bill

e. Dyches,  Kallie m:Susan

                        5. Jockisch, George H. (1888 IL- January of 1956) m:February 2,1915    Grant, Grace (Sept. 25, 1896 Cass County-1971)

 

                                                                CLYDE JOCKISCH           

                                                 Submitted by Ernie Launer


              Clyde Jockisch, 70, of Beardstown dies
              BEARDSTOWN - Clyde Jockisch, 70, of Beardstown, died early Wednesday, March 6,1991, at Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Beardstown.


      He was born March 20, 1920, in Cass County, a son of George and Grace Grant Jockisch. He married Hendricker, Christine "Hendricker, Christine"  on Sept. 19, 1940. She died Oct. 23, 1978.


                    He is survived by four daughters, Boice, Yvonne "Boice, Yvonne"   of Beardstown, Boice, Sharon "Boice, Sharon"   of Green Valley, Piluski, Joanne "Piluski, Joanne"  of Rushville and Louderback, Janet "Louderback, Janet"  of Beardstown; nine grandchildren; one brother, Jockisch, Clifford "Jockisch, Clifford"  of Rushville; and three sisters, Krohe, Dolly "Krohe, Dolly"  of Beardstown, DeSollar, Irene XE "DeSollar, Irene"  of Beardstown and Wankel, Viola "Wankel, Viola"  of Orlando, Fla. He was preceded in death by one sister, Hendricker, Fern "Hendricker, Fern" .


                    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at First Southern Baptist Church of Beardstown with burial at Jockisch Cemetery at Bluff Springs. Visitation will be held 7-8:30 p.m. Friday at Cline Funeral Home in Beardstown and at the church one hour prior to services. Memorials may be made to First Southern Baptist Church of Beardstown or Free Methodist Building Fund in Rushville.

                                                                                                                    Christine Elizabeth Jockisch

 

                                                     - Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                 CHRISTINE JOCKISCH October 23, 1978.


Christine Elizabeth Jockisch, 59, of Rushville, died Monday afternoon at Culbertson Hospital in Rushville.
She was born near Bluff Springs March 10, 1919, a daughter of Rudolph and Elizabeth Ring Hendricker.

                      She married Clyde Jockisch September 19, 1970 in Arenzville. He survives. Also surviving are four daughters, Mrs. John (Yvonne) Boice of Beardstown; Mrs. Gerald (Sharon) Boice of Havana; Mrs. Lawarence (Joanne) Piluski of Rushville and Mrs. Robert (Janet) Lauderback of Beardstown; four brothers, Albert Hendricker of Beardstown, Charles Hendricker of Arenzville, Harvey Hendricker of Lackland, Fla., Orville Hendricker of Clifton Hills, Mo.; two sisters, Marie and Helen Sue Hendricker of Arenzville.


                      She was preceded in death by a brother, and a granddaughter.


                      She was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church here, where services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Arnold Hoffman and the Rev. James Lester officiating. Friends may call at the church an hour before the service. Burial will be in Jockisch Cemetery. Memorial gifts may be made to the American Cancer Society or the First Southern Baptist Church.
             
                                                                               

1. Jockisch, Yvonne m: Boice, John

2. Jockisch, Sharon m: Boice, Gerald

3. Jockisch, Joanne m: Piluski, Lawarence

4. Jockisch, Janet m: Lauderback, Robert

b. Jockisch, Clifford Vern (April 2, 1922 Arenzville, IL-Sept. 7, 1995 age 73) m: April 7, 1941 Turner, Rosemary (Oct. 20, 1921-June 23, 1974 age 52. Parents:  Turner, John W. and Nora E. Miller.    Turner, Ruth Marie also mentioned as his wife.

                                                              CLIFFORD VERN JOCKISCH

             

-                                                                                                           Submitted by Ernie Launer
             
              RUSHVILLE - Clifford Vern Jockisch, 73, R.R. 4, Rushville, died Thursday morning, Sept. 7, 1995, at his residence.
He was born April 2, 1922, in Cass County, the son of George Henry and Grace Emma Grant Jockisch. He married Rosemary Turner on
April 7, 1941, in Cass County. She preceded him in death June 23, 1974.


                   He is survived by one daughter, Akin, Vivian   of Rushville; four sons, Jockisch, Robert   of Florida, Jockisch, Ronald   of rural St. Augustine, IL, Jockisch, Daryl of Vermont and Jockisch, Clyde  of rural Rushville; 15 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; three sisters, Krohe, Dollie   and Irene DeSollar, both of Beardstown, and Viola Wankel of Florida; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by one son, Jockisch, Clifford Grant   ; one granddaughter, Jockisch, Rosemary ; one brother, Jockisch, Clyde   "Jockisch, Clyde J" ; and two sisters, Hendricker, Fern  and Jockisch, Ida May "Jockisch, Ida May"  .


                    Mr. Jockisch was a retired farmer and had also worked for the Oscar Mayer Co. in Beardstown for several years. He attended Cass County schools. He was a member of the Black Oak Church in rural Beardstown and had attended the Versailles Nazarene Church, where he had served as Sunday School superintendent and Treasurer for many years.


                   Funeral services for Clifford Jockisch were held 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10, 1995, in the Bethel Church of the Nazarene near Arenzville with the Rev. Dean Spencer officiating. Organist Carlene Krohe accompanied vocalist Kallie Hendricker, who sang the hymns "I'll Fly Away" and "The Old Rugged Cross.". Serving as pallbearers were Jockisch, DeWayne
, Jockisch, Rob  , Jockisch, Steve , Jockisch, Clay  , Akin, Randy,   Randall, Rodney  , Fitzjarrald, Mike,   and Pittman, Scott  

               Burial was at the Jockisch Cemetery near Arenzville.
              The Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling was in charge of the arrangements.

 

                                                       "ROSEMARY TURNER JOCKISCH

               

                                                                                              Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                                           Rosemary Turner Jockisch, Native of Cass, Dies


              BEARDSTOWN - Mrs. Rosemary Turner Jockisch, wife of Clifford Jockisch of rural Rushville, died Sunday in Culbertson Hospital. She was 52 years of age.


        Mrs. Jockisch was born at Arenzville Oct. 20, 1921, daughter of the late John W. and Nora E. Miller Turner. She married Mr. Jockisch April 7, 1941. In addition to her husband, these children survive: Mrs. Vivien Akin, rural Rushville; Robert and Clyde, at home; William of St. Augustine, Ill. and Daryle of Rushville.

                   There are ten grandchildren. One son died in Infancy.
Two sisters survive: Mrs. Stella Mae Miller; Beardstown, and Mrs. Dorothy Decker of Aurora.A sister, Ethel, preceded in death.


        The deceased was a member of the Rushville Church of the Nazarene. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., Wednesday at Cline Funeral Home with Rev. Mack Armstrong officiating. Interment will be in Jockisch cemetery, south of Bluff Springs.  

 

                     
Consideration is suggested for memorials to the Cancer Fund.


The family will meet friends at the funeral home 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. June 24, 1974

1.  Jockisch, Vivian m: Akin,

2. Jockisch, Robert  of Florida,

3. Jockisch, Ronald of rural St. Augustine, IL,

4. Jockisch, Daryl  of Vermont and

5. Jockisch, Clyde

6. Jockisch, Clifford, Grant (August 29,1947 Beardstown, IL- September 27,1947Springfield, Sangamon, IL)  

                           c. Jockisch, Dollie (1916-1999) Beardstown m: Krohe

                                                                                                             DOLLIE KROHE

    

                                                                                       Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                              Dollie Krohe 1916-1999 Beardstown


              Dollie Krohe, 83, of Beardstown, died Monday morning, April 5, 1999, at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield.


              She was born Feb. 5, 1916 in Beardstown, the daughter of George Henry and Grace Emma Grant Jockisch. She married Philip H. Krohe on August 2, 1936 in Beardstown and he preceded her in death on July 29, 1974.
                   She is survived by two sons, Marvin (wife, Brenda) and Henry "Bud" (wife Lois), both of Beardstown; four daughters, Evelyn (Husband, Ralph) Hardwick of Cass City Mich., Ruby (husband, Ralph) Hess of Rushville, Joyce (husband, Sam Dittmer of Crawfordsville, Ind. and Judy (husband, Larry) Henrikson of Springfield; 18 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Irene DeSollar of Beardstown and Viola Wankel Rogers of Orlando, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Clyde and Clifford Jockisch and two sisters Fern Hendricker and Ida May Jockisch in infancy.


                   Mrs. Krohe was a homemaker who attended Swan Lake, Black Oak and West Point Schools in Cass County. She was a member of the Beardstown Church of the Nazarene. She was a foster parent and helped raise many foster children and she also assisted with area elderly residents. She enjoyed gardening and raising flowers.
             Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Beardstown Church of the Nazarene. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Burial will be at the Jockisch Cemetery near Arenzville.


Memorials may be made to her church. The Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling is in charge of arrangements.

                             d. Jockisch, Fern (November 13,1917 Cass Co, IL-   November 16,1942 Hegener, Cass Co IL 25 bur:  Arenzville, Cass, IL 25) m: Hendricker, Albert  

HENDRICKER FERN

                                                - Illinoisan Star Beardstown, Illinois November 16, 1942 -              

                                                                              Submitted by Ernie Launer


                                                                                  Mother, Aged 25, Is Dead


                                                                       Death Claims Mrs. Albert Hendricker


                 A sudden illness, the nature of which was not immediately determined, proved fatal in the course of a few hours for Mrs. Albert Hendricker, young farm mother, who died shortly before noon today at her home four miles from this city on the boulevard road. She became ill last night. The body was removed to the Cline funeral home to be prepared for burial, but arrangements for the services are incomplete.


                 Jockisch, Fern 
 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jockisch, George , was born November 13, 1917 near this city and always resided in this vicinity.


                 She is survived by her husband, a son Kallie Elmer who will be two years old in January, three sisters Mrs. Dollie Krohe and Mrs. Viola Wankel of near this city, Miss Irene Jockisch at home, and two brothers, Clyde and Clifford Jockisch also of near Beardstown

 

1. Hendricker, Grace Elizabeth (January 16,1940    Cass Co, IL -January 23,1940 Beardstown,        Cass, IL

GRACE ELIZABETH HENDRICKER

                                                                                      - Submitted by Ernie Launer
                                                                              Hendricker Infant Dies At Home Near Here


              Funeral Will Be Held Tomorrow Afternoon


                      Grace Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hendricker of near this city, died at her home at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The child was one week old. The body was taken to the Cline Funeral Home.


                      Funeral services will be held at the Bethel Nazarene church near Bluff Springs at 2:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in the Jockisch cemetery.


         The decedent is survived by her parents, her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hendricker and Mr. and Mrs. George Jockisch and four great-grandparents. Mrs. Chris Jockisch. Charles Hendricker and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grant.

         Mrs. Albert Hendricker. the child's mother, was formerly Miss Fern Jockisch.

                                    e. Jockisch, Irene m: DeSollar

                                    f. Jockisch, Olyda

                                    g. Jockisch, Viola m: Wankel

                                    h. Jockish, Ida May (December 13,1934 Beardstown, Co, IL-December 16,1934Beardstown, IL)

 

  6. Jockisch, John Wesley (October 15,1891 Bluff Springs IL - April 28,1940 Hagener, Cass, IL 48 bur: May 1,1940 Cass, IL)    m: Viola The 1930 US Federal Census gives the mother of 11 year old Melvin Jokisch as 29 year old Ada Jokisch.

 

1920 Beardstown Precinct Beardstown City ward 1, Cass, IL for John W Jockisch age 28 estimated birth yr 1892 IL married to Florence A age 21 estimated birth yr 1899 IL. Child: Melvin W age 1 estimated birth year 1919 IL

 

JOHN JOCKISCH

              - Illinoisan Star April 29, 1940 - Submitted by Ernie Launer
             

Cass Farmer, 49, Is Dead


        John Jockisch, 49, years old, a life-long resident of Cass county, died at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his home seven miles southwest of this city in the South Beardstown drainage district.


                      Mr. Jockisch had been ill eight weeks. About three weeks ago twenty farmer friends gathered at the Jockisch farm home with a score of tractors and plowed 65 acres of ground for Mr. Jockisch, who had been ill too long to get his land ready for crops.
                      His illness started with pneumonia and a complication of diseases cause his death. The body was taken to the Cline Funeral Home here to be prepared for burial, and funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Black Oak church. Burial will be at Jockisch cemetery.


        Surviving are his wife and four children, the oldest of whom is nine: two children, Virgil and Melvin by a former marriage: five brothers, George, Julius, Lester, Elmer and Lewis, all of whom live near here: and four sisters, Mrs. Lewis Stanley of Pittsfield, Mrs. Verna Wilson of Beardstown, Mrs. H. C. Dyche of near this city, and Mrs. Ben Krueger, also of near this city.
        The body will be returned to the home of the decedent's brother, George Jockisch tonight.
 

a. Jockisch, Melivin Wesley (Nov. 12,1918 IL-April 3,1994Madison, Virginia)     m. Janise(?)On the U S city Directories 1822-1995 they list a Wava Jockisch as his spouse.     He was a factory employee in Huntington, Indiana. The year was 1951.     Melvin was a Private as a warrant officer. He enlisted Mar. 17, 1942 in Cass, ILL.     In civil life he is listed as a salesperson, single without dependents.     Height 69 and weight 165. He completed grammar school according to U.S.,     World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

                                    1. Jockisch, Jackie

b. Jockisch, Virgil Elmore (September 9, 1922 Beardstown, IL -) m.    May 4,1946 Allen, Indiana  Allen, Pauline  (November 11,1923        Mahawk, West Virginia -) Parents: Allen, Joe and Cora

7. Jockisch, Iva m: Stanley,

8. Jockisch, Julius C (October 12, 1895 IL- July 25, 1977) m:  May 8, 1944  Turner, Viola  

JULIUS C. JOCKISCH AND PAT JOCKISCH

              Submitted by Ernie Launer
PAT JOCKISCH, 81, of Beardstown, found dead Monday July 25, 1977


BEARDSTOWN - Julius C. "Pat" Jockisch, 81, of rural Beardstown was found dead in his car Monday evening in front of Hagener Township Hall. Cass County Coroner Dick Pugh of Virginia said death occurred about 6:45 p.m. from a gunshot wound in the head. Mr. Pugh will conduct an inquest at a later date.


      The deceased was born in Cass county October 12, 1895, son of Christ and Myra Shields Jockisch.
                    He married Turner, Viola May 8, 1944. She survives with four sons and two daughters: Jockisch, Keith  and Jockisch, Kirby  of Beardstown, Jockisch, Gordon of Griggsville, Jockisch, Bradley of Chapin, Mrs. William (Beverly) Rebman of Auburn and Mrs. Byron (Vicki) Hall of Beardstown. There are 19 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


                    Two brothers and a sister survive: Lester Jockisch of Jacksonville and Lewis Jockisch and Mrs. Ben (Dovie) Krueger, both of Beardstown. He was preceded in death by four sisters and three brothers.

                   

Mr. Jockisch was a retired farmer and was a World War I veteran. He was superintendent of Black Oak Baptist church.
                    Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Cline Funeral Home in Beardstown with interment in Black Oak cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral, home.
              Memorials may be made to the Black Oak cemetery fund.

 

     1. Jockisch, Keith

     2. Jockisch, Kirby     

     3. Jockisch, Gordon  

     4. Jockisch, Bradley

     5. Jockisch, Beverly m: Rebman, William

     6. Jockisch, Vicki m: Hall, Byron

 

    9. Jockisch, Lester W. September 25, 1897, Cass County, -February     12,1991 age 93)

LESTER W. JOCKISCH

 

              - Submitted by Ernie Launer
              Lester Jockisch, 93 dies early Tuesday February 12, 1991


              Beardstown - Lester W. Jockisch, 93 of Jacksonville, died early Tuesday morning, February 12, 1991 at Myers, Convalescent and Skilled Nursing Center in Beardstown.


                      He was born September 25, 1897, in Cass County, a son of Christ and Myria Shields Jockisch.


                      He is survived by one brother, Lewis, and one sister, Dovie Krueger, both of Beardstown, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by four brothers and four sisters.


        Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cline Funeral Home in Beardstown with burial at Jockisch Cemetery at Bluff Springs. No formal visitation will be held.

    10. Jockisch, Louis or Lewis (1909 IL-) m: Moeller, May 2, 1944    Beardstown, IL  Verna Jeanice (- May 14,1985)

LEWIS CHARLES "MIKE" JOCKISCH

 

              - Submitted by Ernie Launer
              Lewis Charles "Mike" Jockisch 1908 - 1999 BEARDSTOWN


                    Lewis Charles "Mike" Jockisch, 90, of Beardstown, died Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1999, at the Heritage Manor South Nursing Home in Beardstown.
He was born Dec. 15, 1908, in Cass County, the son of Christ H. and Myria Catherine Shields Jockisch. He married Verna Jeanice Moeller on May 2, 1944, in Beardstown, and she preceded him in death on May 14,1985.


                    He is survived by two sons, David C. (wife, Katy) of Beardstown and Jack (wife, Lucy) of Meredosia; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by five sisters, Iva Stanley, Verna Wilson, Ara Hintz, Ethel Dyche and Dovie Krueger; and five brothers, George "Tub," Lester "Slim," Elmer "Tom," John and Julius "Pat."


                    Mr. Jockisch was a lifelong farmer in Cass County. He attended Black Oak Church and he loved to fox hunt when he was a young man.
                    Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Cline-Goodwin Funeral Home in Beardstown with burial at the family lot of the Black Oak Cemetery. Informal visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. today. Memorials are suggested to the Black Oak Cemetery or the Heritage Manor South Activity Fund.

 

a. Jockisch, David C. m:  Katy of Beardstown

b. Jockisch, Jack m: Lucy of Meredosia;

 

   11. Jockisch, Verna m:Wilson, Charles

 

H. Jockisch, Walter August (April 30,1862 Bluyt Springs IL- June 9,1932 Bluyt Springs, IL bur: Arenzville, Cass, IL 70)m: Phillips, Anna L. (1870West Virginia-) Father: Philipps, Charles age 79 in 1910 . He and his parents were born in Germany. 1910 Bluff Springs, Cass, IL for Walter A Jockish age 47 head of household . Father born in Germany and mother in Pennsylvania. He is married to Annie L. age 40 born in West Virginia. Her parents were born in Germany. Children born in IL.: Carl A. Jockish age 20, David D Jockish age 14, and Edna E Jockish age 9. Living with them Walter's father-in-law Charles R. Philipps age 79. He is widowed. His parents were born in Germany.

 

JOKISCH,WALTER

              - Illinoisan Star Beardstown, Illinois 9 June 1932 -

 Submitted by Ernie Launer
              Walter Jokisch of near Bluff Springs dies this morning.


              Walter August Jokisch lifelong resident of Cass County, died at his home two miles south of Bluff Springs this morning following an illness of some time. The deceased was born on April 30th, 1862, near Bluff Springs and was 70 years, 1 month and 10 days of age at the time of his death.


                        He was united in marriage to Miss Anna L. Phillipps on April 29th 1886. To this union eight children were born, six of whom preceded him in death.


              He is survived by his wife, one son Carl at home and one daughter, Mrs. Harold Ore of Arcadia, Illinois, and one grandson Harold Edward Ore. The body was brought to the Simpson Home for Services to be prepared for burial and was returned to the home this afternoon.


                      Funeral services will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence and at 2:30 o'clock from the Methodist church in Bluff Springs with the Rev. Halfyard pastor of the church in charge. Interment will be made in the family lot in the Jokisch cemetery.

1. Jockisch, Alfred

2. Jockisch, Carl August (June 23,1890 IL Bluff  Springs, IL- November 25,1939) Farmer

Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Carl August age 50 death date: November 25,1939 Beardstown, Cass, IL. Birth date: June 23,1889 Bluff Springs, IL. father Walter A. Jockisch born in Bluff Springs, IL. Mother: Anna Phillipps born in Wheeling. W. VA.  Occupation: Farmer.  Residence Bluff Springs, Cass, IL.  Burial date November 27,1929 Bluff springs, Cass, IL.

3. Jockisch, Clara

4. Jockisch, David D (1896-)

5. Jockisch, Edna E. (1901 IL-) m: Ore, Harold

                        a. Ore, Edward H.

6. Jockisch, Lydia

7. Jockisch, Paul   

8. Jockisch, Wesley

9..Jockisch, Anna L

I. Jockisch, Sarah Augusta  (April 13, 1864Cass, IL -May 6,1953 Los    Angeles, CA) m. July 30,1889 Washburn, Bradford A.(April 26,1845   Somerset, Pennsylvania- October 31,1904 Lexington, Cleveland, OK)  Parents: Washburn, Abijah Wellington (1810 NY-November 4,1888  Greenwood, Mc Henry, IL)  m: 1833 Foster, Arvilla "Foster, Arvilla"  (December 21,1811  Vermont-December 30,1864 Brandon, Buchanan, Iowa) Her Parents:  Foster, James (1791 Somerset, PA-1865 Bradford, PA   & Anna (1792   Vermont-)

 

                        1. Washburn, Grace m. Tierman, Pat

                                                a.Tierman, James B.

                                    b. Tierman, Ralph M

                                    c. Tierman, Pat E. Jr

                                    d. Tierman, Lois O

                        2. Washburn, John T m: Rose, Dollie

                                    a. Washburn, T V. 

                                    b. Washburn, Alma L.

                                    c. Washburn, Wendel

                                    d. Washburn, Dwight

                                    e. Washburn, Mary E.

                                    f. Washburn, Kenneth

                        3.Washburn, Ruth m: Walker, George E

                        4. Washburn, Gradford  W (died before 1933)

                        5. Washburn, Helen G m: Donnelley, Lloyd I.

                                                a. Donnelley, June  I.

                                                b. Donnelley, Jo Ann

                        6. Washburn, Ruby O.

J.   Jockisch, Julia Melverina (April 26,1866  Beardstown, Cass, Illinois-May       1,1925 Edwardsville, Madison, IL) m: Wahl, David

Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Julia M. Wahl. She died May 1,1925 in Edwardsville, Madison, IL at the age of 59. She was born April 26,1866 in Beardstown IL to August Jockisch born in Germany and Susana Lehman who was born in Penn. Her soups was David G. Wahl. She was buried May 4,1925.Woodlawn Cemetery

                                    a. Wahl, Ruth A.                                   

                                    b. Wahl, Milton J.   

                                    c. Wahl, Edmund D m: Pitman, Lillian                                                

                                            1. Wahl, David L.

                                    d. Wahl, Oliver C. m: Boyer, Eleanor

                                                1. Wahl, Roydon

 

K.   Jockisch, Wesley Jacob (July 10, 1868/9 Boody, Cass Co, Illinois-       December 10,1940 Waterford Twp., Fulton Co., IL. or bur: Havana,   Mason, Illinois age 72)m. February 16,1890 Larson, Hulda Sophia(December 31 or January,1871 Havan Twn, Mason IL - February  12,1941 Waterford Twp, Fulton Co., IL) Parents:  Larson, Andrew    M.   and Peterson, Rebecca  Wesley J  was a farmer.

    1900 Havana Township (excl. Havana City), Mason, IL Census for Wesley Jockisch birth date Jul 1868 IL. Father born in Germany and mother in Pennsylvania. Spouse Hulda born in January 1871 IL. Married 9 year estimated marriage year 1891. Hulda's parents were born in Sweden. They have had 6 children. Number of living 5. Ruth R(March 1892 IL),, Eunice (June 1894 IL), Jewel (June 1896 IL), Rachel (Jan 1898 IL), and Meda (December 1899 IL). Living with them is Loyd Caldwallader (Aug 1883 IL) single.

 

    1910 Havana, Mason, IL Census for Wesley Jockish age 41 born in IL. Father's birthplace Germany, Mother's Pennsylvania. Married to Hulda age 39 born in IL. Parents born in Sweden. Children: Ruth R. 18, Eunice A 15, Jewel H 13, Rachel E 12, Meda A 10, Rhoda E 8, Mary I 5, Sophia M 5, Paul L. 3 and Dorthy W 3 months. all born in IL.

 

          Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Wesley Jacob Jockisch died December 10,1940 Waterford, Fulton, IL age 72 born July 10,1868 in Cass Co., ILL to August Jockisch and Susana Lehaman. He was a Farmer. His wife name was Hildah. He was buried December 123,1940 in Havana, Mason, IL at the Hestow Cemetery.

 

                       

 

1. Jockisch, Ruth  (March 1892 Havan Twn, Mason IL -1963)m     Hayes, Wallace  (1889-1954)

 

                                           a. Hayes, Elsie Georgia, R, 1913 -

                                    b. Hayes, Hulda (1914 -)m. Youngberg, Eugene   (1916 -)

                                                1. Youngberg, Karen Sue

                                                2. Youngberg, Ruth Marie

                                                3. Youngberg, Rebecca Ann

                                                4. Youngberg, Candace Lynn

                                    c. Hayes, Everly Ruth

                                    d. Hayes, Eunice Rose m Ruark, Elmer   

                                                1. Ruark, Davis Rutherford

 

  2. Jockisch, Eunice A (June 1894 Havan Twn, Mason IL-) m. Roof, Lawrence A.

 

 3. Jockisch, Jewel (June 1896 Havan Twn, Mason IL -) M. Smith,Francis O  

 4. Jockisch, Rachel Esther(January,1898 Havan Twn, Mason IL - ) M: Burgett, Olen (1893-1921)       

                                 a. Burgett,  Florence Rebecca "Smith, Florence Rebecca"  1921 -

                                 b. Burgett,  William Francis m Ralph, Donna

                                                1. Burgett,  Rhonda Kay

                                                2. Burgett,  Mark

                                                3. Smith, Rachel

                                                4. Burgett,  Timothy

  

                                 c. Burgett,  Jessie Louise   1920 -

                                 d. Burgett,  Lashbrook   1920 -

                                 e. Burgett,  Victor Wesley   1920 -

                                 f. Burgett,  Melora Bernice  1921 -

                                 g. Burgett,  Dorothy Lucille   1923 -

                                 h.  Burgett, Phyllis   1923 -

                                 i.  Burgett,  Olen William

 

5. Jockisch, Meda Susanna (December 1899 Havan Twn, Mason IL -)

                              m Hamblin, Edward Eugene "Hamblin, Edward Eugene"   1900 -

 

                                    a. Hamblin, Virginia E

                                    b. Hamblin, Katherine C.

                                    c. Hamblin, Edward E.

                                    d. Hamblin, Dorothy P.

 

 

6. Jockisch, Rhoda E (1901-1983)m. Hamblin, Theodore R.  1902 -   1965

                               a.  Hamblin, Jewel Elizabeth

                               b.  Hamblin, Rosemary 

                              c.  Hamblin, Richard William

                               d.  Hamblin, Linda Mae

                               e.  Hamblin, Thomas Theodore

                               f.  Hamblin, David Wayne

                               g.  Hamblin, Gerald Raye

 

7. Jockisch, Rena (Mary) 1903 - 1968 M:Shute, Franklin Coleson 1906 -   1982

                               a. Shute, Harry Barrington   1925 - 1959 Michaud,Marjorie                                                                                      

                                              1.  Shute, Nickie

                                              2.  Shute, Dennis

                                              3.  Shute, Jeffrey

                               b.  Shute , Miriam "Mickey" Carol m: Tokar, Andrew m. 2nd B Markley, Bernard 3rd Shearer, William  1917 -

                                                             a.  Tokar, Rory

                                                             b.  Tokar, Daniel Frank

                                  c.  Shute, Beverly Ruth m: Adam, Leslie 1923 -)                     

                                                   2nd m. Wood, Allen Owen"   

                                              1.  Wood Janet Louise

   

                                              2.  Wood, Gary Allen     

                                              3.  Wood, Douglas Stancil    

 

                                              4.  Shute, Janice Marlene )m. Thompson, James " (- 1998) m *2nd Ohlemiller, Howard Edwin

  (1929 - April 14,2010 Appleton, WI) Howard   Edwin Ohlemiller, 80, of Oshkosh, died on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton. Private graveside services were held with the family on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, at Cattaraugus Cemetery in the town of Waupun. Kohls Community Funeral Home, Waupun is serving the family.

 

                                                             a. Ohlemiller, Carolyn Ruth 1951 m. Guthrie,Don  Wayne (1949 -)

                                                                   1. Guthrie, Tracy Marlene    (1969 - )Moreau,Gerry 1971 -)mSwartz -Haugh,  Scott

                                                                                a. Moreau, Brandon Thomas "Moreau, Brandon Thomas" (1949 -)

                                                                   2. Guthrie, Melissa Rochelle  (" 1971 -)mSwartz -Haugh,  Scott

                                                                                a. Swartz, Scott Allen - 1989 - m 2nd Hampton, Donald Joseph 1972 -

 

                                                                                    2nd Husband of Ohlemiller, Carolyn Ruth: Allen, Gary
    1951 -                

  8. Jockisch, Mariam (Sophia) (@1905- ).

   9. Jockisch, Paul L (@1907- )  m. Vannetten, Beulah

 

                                              a. Jockisch, Paul R

                                              b. Jockisch, Mary Louise (1928-April 2,1928 Mason, IL)

     10. Jockisch, Dorothy E. (Jan.19,1910-Waterford Twp, Fulton Co.,         IL.))

     11.  Jockisch, August ( Gus) m. Bennett, Eva Eileen (June 17,1916    Waterford Twp. Fulton Co, IL -February 23,1942 Waterford      Twp, Fulton Co, IL)

 

                                           a. Jockisch, Lee W.(August 2,1937-December 21,1998     Lewistown, Fulton Co., IL)

 

                                    b. Jockisch, Mary (born died February 19,1942) Illinois, Deaths and                              

                                   Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Baby Girl Jockisch records show the mother        

                                   as  Eileen Bennett who was born in Waterford Twp, IL and father                              

                                   August Jockisch born in Havana, IL

 

               12. Jockisch, Rebecca L m: Irwin, Paul