WESTFALL GENEALOGY

Unrelated Families-Page 5 (Fraley)

On this page I have provided genealogy information about unrelated families that my parents and I knew in and around the Jersey County, IL area, but are not directly related to our family.

Theodore William Fraley

Theodore William Fraley was born abt. 1821 in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. Theodore William Fraley married 1st Catherine "Kate" King 24 Oct 1849 in Montgomery Co., Indiana. She was born abt. 1826 in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. He married 2nd Anna G (maiden name unknown), born Jul 1828 in Germany. Children of Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley were-George Fraley born Jul 1852 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana; Elizabeth "Lizzie" Fraley born abt. 1855 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana; Henry G. Fraley born 28 Jan 1858 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana; Mary Fraley born abt. Oct 1859 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana; Frederick 'William' Fraley born abt. 1862 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana; Charles J. Fraley born Aug 1864 in, Illinois; Edward Fraley born abt. 1867 in Illinois; and Theodore Calvin Fraley born 10 May 1870 in Bunker Hill Twp, Macoupin Co., Illinois.

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(1) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's son George Fraley was born in Jul 1852 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana. He married Rachel A. Manning 18 Nov 1875 in, Madison Co, IL. She was born Aug 1853 in Canada. Children of George and Rachel A. (Manning) Fraley were-Everett H. Fraley born abt. 1877 in IL, married Mary E. Lipsey; Ella Fraley born abt. 1879 in IL; James H. Fraley born Jan 1882 in Bunker Hill Twp, Macoupin Co., IL; Warren C. Fraley born Aug 1884 in Bunker Hill Twp, Macoupin Co., IL; Horatio N. Fraley born Jan 1888 in Macoupin Co., IL; and Clara B. Fraley born Apr 1891 in Rosedale Twp, Jersey Co., IL.

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(2) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's daughter Elizabeth "Lizzie" Fraley was born abt. 1855 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana. She married George Partridge 24 Oct 1872 in Macoupin Co., IL. He was born 22 Feb 1850 in Brighton Twp, Macoupin Co., IL. Children of George and Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Fraley) Partridge were-Charles Henry Partridge born 1 Nov 1874 in Brighton Twp, Macoupin Co., IL; Alvin Calvin Partridge born 24 Mar 1877 in Brighton Twp, Macoupin Co., IL; William Edward Partridge born 22 Dec 1878 in Brighton Twp, Macoupin Co., IL; Cora B. Partridge born Jul 1881 in Wood River, Madison Co., IL; George Partridge born abt. 1883 in IL; Arthur Winford Partridge born 18 Dec 1884 in Macoupin Co., IL; Etta E. Partridge born Nov 1886 in Macoupin Co., IL: and Ella Partridge born Aug 1891 in IL.

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(3) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's son Henry G. Fraley was born 28 Jan 1858 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana, and died 14 Jul 1921 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., Illinois. His burial was Jul 1921 in Bunker Hill, Macoupin Co., IL. He married Maria Elizabeth Hammond 4 Mar 1885 in , Macoupin Co., IL. She was born in 1862 in IL. Children of Henry and Maria Elizabeth (Hammond) Fraley were-Tesora Fraley, Vida Fraley, Inza Fraley, and Ima Fraley.

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(4) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's Daughter Mary Fraley was born abt. Oct 1859 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana.

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(5) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's son Frederick 'William' Fraley was born abt. 1862 in Utica Twp, Clark Co., Indiana.

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(6) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's son Charles J. Fraley was born Aug 1864 in IL. He married Etta L. Snedeker 17 Oct 1888 in Jersey Co., IL. She was born 3 Aug 1865 in Macoupin Co., IL. They were divorced bef. Jun 1900. Child of Charles and Etta L. (Snedeker) Fraley were-Etta L. Fraley born 22 Apr 1892 in Nilwood, Macoupin Co., IL.

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(7) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's son Edward Fraley was born abt. 1867 in IL. He died bef. 14 Jan 1920. He married 1st Elizabeth Ann Partridge 17 Oct 1888 in Woodburn, Macoupin Co., IL. She was born in 1869 in Fairfield, Benton Co., MO. He married 2nd Florence 'May' Partridge 29 Oct 1889 in Macoupin Co., IL. She was born 17 Jun 1872 in Fairfield, Benton Co., MO.

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(8) Theodore William Fraley and Catherine "Kate" (King) Fraley's son Theodore Calvin Fraley was born 10 May 1870 in Bunker Hill Twp, Macoupin Co., IL, and he died 9 Nov 1922 in Jersey County, IL. He is buried at Noble Cemetery, Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL. He married Rachel A. McDanel 2-7-1894 in Jersey County, IL. Theodore Calvin Fraley's wife Rachel A. McDanel was the daughter of Charles and Amanda (Dabbs) McDanel. Her father Charles McDanel was the son of Gregg McDanel and his wife Rachel (Cooper) McDanel who settled in Otter Creek township in the fall of 1828, on Sec. 7, where he lived for many years. Gregg McDanel constructed a dam and mill for sawing lumber on Otter Creek in 1828, and two years later a mill for grinding corn. Gregg McDanel came here from Madison county. He was born 4-9-1788 and died Sept. 17, 1859, leaving a large landed estate. His wife, Rachel (Cooper) McDanel, died May 16, 1861. Both are buried in the Noble cemetery, Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL.

Charles McDanel was born in Madison county, IL, 10-4-1827, and was one year old when his parents settled in this county. He was a farmer and owned more than 1400 acres, and also worked in a saw and grist mill. He received a good education, attending the district school and afterwards Shurtleff College, at Upper Alton. In November, 1865, he was married to Amanda Dabbs, who was born in Otter Creek township 2-27-1843. Charles and Amanda (Dabbs) McDanel were the parents of eight children - Sarah Leonora McDanel, Rachel A. McDanel, Charles G. McDanel, Georgiana McDanel, Ada Maria McDanel, Mark L. McDanel, William R. McDanel, and Grace Adella McDanel.

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Note: The above information about the McDanel Family is From History of Greene and Jersey Counties, Illinois, Springfield, IL: Continental Historical Co., 1885, pp. 274 - 301.

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Charles McDanels was born Oct 4, 1827 in Madison Co., IL; he died May 22, 1887 in Jersey County, IL. His wife Amanda M. (Dabbs) McDanel was the daughter of Jesse Dabbs and Matilda (Marsh) Dabbs. She was born Feb 27, 1843 in Otter Creek Township, Jersey Co. IL. She died Jan 1, 1905. They are both buried at Noble Cemetery, Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL.

Charles and Amanda (Dabbs) McDanel's daughter Rachel A. McDanel was born in 1868 in Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL, and died 10-2-1916 in Jersey County, IL. She is buried at Noble Cemetery, Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL. Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley had 6 children-Earl Raymond Fraley, Warren Fraley, Estel Fraley, Frank Fraley, Lewis Fraley, and Mark H. Fraley.

(1a) Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Earl Raymond Fraley was born in Montgomery County, IL. He died 1-8-1969 at Jersey Community Hospital in Jerseyville, IL. He is buried at Fieldon Cemetery, Richwood Township, Jersey County, IL. He farmed in Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL. He married Effie A. McDow. She was born in 1895 in Jersey County, IL, and died in 1990 in Jersey County, IL She is buried in Fieldon Cemetery, Richwood Township, Jersey County, IL. Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley had 6 children-Stewart Fraley, Herbert Stanley Fraley, Wilbert Theodore Fraley, Leland Fraley, Bertha Fraley, and Augusta Fraley who died in infancy.

(Note: Earl Raymond Fraley's wife Effie (McDow) Fraley was a teacher in the Jersey County, IL school district for many years. She was my sister Mildred (Westfall) Alben's teacher at the Franklin School in English Township in the early 1930's. The Franklin School was a one room school house that my mother Lovie (Kraushaar) Westfall had also attended from about 1910 to 1918. Mrs. Fraley also taught at Buckeye School in Otter Creek township, and other one roomed school houses in the area.)

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Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Earl Raymond Fraley's obituary - Earl Raymond Fraley, 74, a rural Jerseyville resident and former member of the Jersey County Board of Supervisors for 12 years, died suddenly at his home on January 8, 1969. Visitation was held at Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Services were held at Fieldon United Church of Christ. Rev. Leonard Todd of Moro officiated and burial was in Fieldon cemetery.

Though Mr. Fraley and been ill for several years, his death was unexpected. Mr. & Mrs. Fraley had been in Jerseyville Wednesday afternoon and upon returning to their home he said he would rest before the evening meal. His breathing attracted Mrs. Fraley's attention and she summoned help. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Jersey Community hospital. A son of the late Theodore C. & Rachel (McDanel) Fraley, the former official of Otter Creek township, was born in Montgomery County. He was engaged in farming for many years.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Effie (McDow) Fraley; 1 daughter, Mrs. Bertha Hearty of Jerseyville; 4 sons, Stewart Fraley of Fieldon, Stanley and Wilbert Fraley of Jerseyville and Leland Fraley of Carrollton; 19 grandchildren; 7 g-grandchildren; 4 brothers, Warren Fraley of East Alton, Frank Fraley of Litchfield, Lewis Fraley of Chicago, and Estel Fraley of Carrollton. 1 brothers, Mark preceded him in death. Mr. Fraley was a member of Fieldon United Church of Christ; Fieldon Lodge, 592, AF & AM; and the consistory Masonic services were held at the Funeral Home.

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(1aa) Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Stewart Fraley's obituary - Stewart Fraley, 85, died at 11:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, 2002, at Jerseyville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He was born Sept. 12, 1916, in Alton. He was the son of the late Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley. He married Helen L. White on Dec. 27, 1939, in St. Charles, Mo. She died March 3, 1995. He was a lifelong farmer and also worked with the Illinois Department of Transportation for 11 years. He was a member of Fieldon United Church of Christ and Fieldon Masonic Lodge 592.

Surviving are a sister, Bertha Vogler of Jerseyville; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Wilbert and Violet Fraley and Stanley and Maurita Fraley, all of Jerseyville, and Leland and Theresa Fraley of Carrollton; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation were from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville, with Masonic services by the Fieldon Masonic Lodge at 4 p.m. Visitation continued from 9:30 until the 10 a.m. services on Thursday at Fieldon United Church of Christ, with Dr. Donald J.W. Burkhalter officiating. Burial was at White Cemetery near Otterville. Memorials may be made to the church or to White Cemetery.

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Stewart Fraley was born 9-12-1916 in Alton, IL. He died 1-27-2002 at Jerseyville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Jerseyville, IL. He is buried at White Cemetery, Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL. He farmed in the Fieldon, IL area. He married Helen L. White 12-27-1939 in St. Charles, MO. She was born in 1909 in Jersey County, IL, and died 3-3-1995 in Jersey County, IL. She is buried at White Cemetery, Otter Creek Township, Jersey County, IL.

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(2aa) Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Herbert Stanley Fraley was born on the family farm near Fieldon in Jersey Co., IL on Oct. 27, 1922. He died Aug. 12, 2011, at his residence in Jersey Co., IL. He married Maurita Goetten 1-29-1947 in Jersey Co., IL. His burial was in the Noble Cemetery in Otterville, IL. Stanley and Maurita (Goetten) Fraley had 6 children-Daniel Fraley, Marlene Fraley, Charles Fraley, Randy Fraley, Gerald Fraley, and Delbert Fraley.

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Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Herbert Stanley Fraley's obituary - Herbert Stanley Fraley, 88, died at 2:25 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011, at his residence after a period of declining health. He was born on the family farm near Fieldon on Oct. 27, 1922, the fourth of five children born to Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley. Stanley was raised with the rest of his siblings on the farm, and he graduated in 1941 from Jersey Township High School. Throughout his life, he was blessed to be able to continue doing what he loved most, and that was being a successful farmer, and being surrounded by his family while doing so. He was a proud member of the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Jerseyville, and was a lifetime member of the Jerseyville Moose Lodge. He married the former Maurita B. Goetten on Jan. 29, 1947, at the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Fieldon. Together they shared 64 years of marriage, raising their six children, Charles, Danny, Randy, Marlene, Delbert and Gerald, in a farm environment and shared many happy memories together. During their 64 years of marriage Stanley and Maurita were blessed with a good life, only recently being dealt hard blows with the death of their son Daniel and son-in-law, Robert Johns.

Surviving are his wife, Maurita Fraley of Jerseyville; a daughter, Marlene Johns of Jerseyville; four sons and daughters-in-law, Charles and Deb Fraley of Jerseyville, Randy and Jill Fraley of Grafton, Delbert and Marian Fraley of Kampsville and Gerald and Paula Fraley of Trivoli; a daughter-in-law, Janice Fraley of Jerseyville; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and two sisters-in-law, Theresa Fraley of Carrollton and Violet Fraley of Jerseyville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Daniel R. Fraley on Dec. 20, 2009; a son-in-law, Robert Johns on June 18, 2010; a grandson-in-law, Aaron Hubbell; a sister, Bertha Vogler; and three brothers, Stewart Fraley, Wilbert Fraley and Leland Fraley. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14, at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville, where a rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 15, at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Jerseyville with Father William Hembrow officiating. Burial will be in the Noble Cemetery in Otterville. Memorials may be given to either the St. Francis/Holy Ghost Catholic Schools of Jerseyville, Blessing Hospice of Greene County, or to the Jersey County Health Department.

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Stanley Fraley's wife Maurita (Goetten) Fraley's father Henry J. Goetten's obituary - Henry J Goetten, 77, retired farmer, who has resided in Jerseyville for 16 years, died December 28, at St. Joseph hospital, Alton. Funeral mass was celebrated at St. Mary church, with Fr William Hembrow celebrant. Burial was in St. Mary cemetery. Born June 2, 1901 in Jersey county, he was the son of Henry & Barbara (Strasser) Goetten. He was a former Supervisor of English Township and former Auditor of Jersey Township. He was a member of St. Mary church, West Woods, 4th Degree Knights of Columbus and Elks Lodge and had served on the Jersey County Memorial hospital board. His survivors are his wife, Margaret (Schmieder) Goetten; 2 daughters, Mrs Maurita Fraley and Mrs Rosalie Hansen of Jerseyville; 4 sons, Roger, Richard and Wilfred of Jerseyville and Norbert of Carrollton; 1 sister, Mrs Helen Bauer, Jerseyville; 28 grandchildren; 12 g-grandchildren. His parents, 3 brothers, and 2 sisters preceded him in death. The rosary and ceremony of K of C were held at Jacoby Brothers funeral home in Jerseyville.

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(1aaa) Stanley and Maurita (Goetten) Fraley's son Daniel Fraley's obituary - Daniel Fraley, 61, died unexpectedly at 10:53 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 20, 2009, in the emergency room at Jersey Community Hospital. He was born in Alton on Dec. 20, 1948, and was one of five children born to Stanley and Maurita (Goetten) Fraley of Jerseyville. He graduated in 1966 from Jersey Community High School and attended Canton Community College for a short time. On Aug. 25, 1967, at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Jerseyville, he married the former Janice Goodman. Together they have shared 42 years together and the joys that come with raising their family of three children and now, six grandchildren. Danny worked at Canham Sheet Metal in Alton alongside his father-in-law, for a short time before moving to the farm in Fieldon Hollow. Together, the Fraley family lived there for 39 years, farming and raising livestock, on the farm that his Uncle Stew and Aunt Helen rented to them and later sold to Danny and Janice. Stew and Helen thought the world of Danny and treated him like the child they never had. They gave him the start of one of his passions in life, farming. Danny has farmed alongside his son, Jeff, for the past several years. Together they have farmed with Danny planting the straightest rows of corn you could find. His wife, Janice, says that "he was the best farmer she knew." He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Fieldon for the past 40 years, serving as a trustee for the Church farm. He was also the supervisor of Rosedale Township, served on the Jersey County Grain Board and was a Jersey Community Unit 100 school board member for eight years, presenting his children their diplomas at graduation.

Danny and Jeff received the Farm Family of the Year 1998 Award, something that he was very proud of. He was also a member of the Pheasants Forever, which was also one of his loves, having hunted pheasants in Kansas for many years, and here lately in North Dakota, having just returned from there in the last week. Surviving are his parents, Stanley and Maurita Fraley of Jerseyville; his wife, Janice Fraley of Jerseyville; his three children and their spouses, Amy and Danny Phipps, Jeff and Shannon Fraley, and Amber and Christian Bruns, all of Jerseyville; a granddaughter, Katelyn Phipps; five grandsons, Andrew Phipps, Collin and Caleb Fraley, Austin and Alex Hubbell; a sister and brother-in-law, Marlene and Robert Johns of Jerseyville; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Charles and Deb Fraley of Jerseyville, Randy and Jill Fraley of Grafton, and Delbert and Marion Fraley of Kampsville. He was preceded in death by a son-in-law, Aaron Hubbell; his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Harold and Lois Goodman; a nephew, Nick Goodman, his Uncle Stew and Aunt Helen Fraley; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends, Ed and John. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m., with a rosary recitation at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 22, at Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 23, at the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Fieldon, with Father William Hembrow officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Fieldon. Memorials may be given to the St. Francis/Holy Ghost Schools in Jerseyville or the Salvation Army Food Pantry.

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(1aaaa) Daniel and Janice (Goodman) Fraley's daughter Amber (Fraley) Hubbell's husband Aaron Andrew Hubbell's obituary - Aaron Andrew Hubbell, 27, joined his heavenly father on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital after a courageous battle with leukemia and its complications. A 1998 graduate of Marquette High School, he attended William Jewell University on a soccer scholarship and was honored with many awards, including team captain. He was a dedicated employee at Centric Group in St. Louis for the past four years. He loved life, and his wife and children were his most cherished gifts. Despite his illness, he continued to bring inspiration and joy to his family and friends. He was a hero to all who knew him well. We will miss him deeply, although he will live on in our hearts forever.

He was the loving husband of Amber (Fraley) Hubbell; devoted father of Austin and Alex; cherished son of Stephen and Patricia (Biederman) Hubbell; son-in-law of Daniel and Janice Fraley of Fieldon; brother of the late Stephen Hubbell, Michael Hubbell and his fiance, Christina Kersting and Lindsey (Hubbell) and Bradley Merkel of Chicago; brother-in-law of Danny and Amy Phipps and Jeff and Shannon Fraley of Jerseyville; dear grandson of Oliver and Edith Biederman; nephew, cousin, uncle, sincere friend and soccer teammate to many. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday at Schrader Funeral Home, 14960 Manchester Road in Ballwin. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Community Christian Church, 623 Meramec Station Road. Interment will be at New St. Marcus Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, gifts in his memory can be made to The Hubbell Children's Fund in care of U.S. Bank, 15215 Manchester Road, Ballwin, MO 63011-4603 or Friends of Kids With Cancer, 530 Maryville Centre Drive, Suite LL5, St. Louis, MO 63141. Friends may sign the family's online guest book at schrader.com.

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(2aaa) Stanley and Maurita (Goetten) Fraley's daughter Marlene (Fraley) Johns's husband Robert Johns's obituary - Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville for Robert L. Johns. Mr. Johns, 55, died June 18 at Jersey Community Hospital. He was born November 20, 1954 in Alton, the son of Bobby and Velma (Brown) Johns. He married the former Marlene Fraley in 1975. He worked as a machinist at Owens-Illinois Brockway in Godfrey for 26 years until the plant closed in 2006. He was then employed at GKN Aerospace in St. Louis.

Survivors include his wife; his parents; three sons, Gregory Johns of Jerseyville; Doug Johns of Grafton and Brian Johns of Chicago; a grandson, Dylan; a sister, Vallie (Jeff) Declue of Jerseyville; two brothers, Tony (Sally) Johns of Godfrey and Jeff Johns of Jeresyville; his wife's brothers and sisters; numerous nieces and nephews and other extended family. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Noble Cemetery in Otterville. Memorials may be made to the Diabetes Association, Otterville Hamilton School Memorial Fund or Noble Cemetery.

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(3aa) Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Wilbert Theodore Fraley was born July 10, 1920, in Jersey County, IL. He died Dec. 11, 2006 at his home in Jersey County, IL. His burial was at Grimes Neely Cemetery in Jersey County, IL. He married 1st the former Neva Stone, who died July 27, 1993. He married 2nd Violet (Boomer) Phipps on July 29, 1995. He farmed on the family farm in English Township near Fieldon, IL where he lived for nearly 50 years with his family. He served as the English Township road commissioner for several years then began working for the Illinois Secretary of State's Office as the facilities manager. He later retired and moved to Jerseyville, IL. Wilbert Fraley and his first wife Neva (Stone) Fraley had 3 children-Anita Fraley, Sue Fraley, and Earl Fraley.

(Note: Wilbert Fraley's 2nd wife Violet (Boomer) Phipps Fraley is a sister to Ethel (Boomer) Shults McGowen who's first husband William Henry Shults was my mother Lovie (Kraushaar) Westfall's cousin. His mother Catherine (Weisner) Shults was a half sister to my mother's father Charles Kraushaar.)

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Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Wilbert Theodore Fraley's obituary - Wilbert Theodore Fraley, 86, died at 9:35 a.m. Monday, Dec. 11, 2006, at his home with his family by his side. Born July 10, 1920, in Jersey County, he was the son of Earl R. and Effie A. (McDow) Fraley. On Aug. 9, 1941, he married the former Neva Stone, who died July 27, 1993. He married the former Violet (Boomer) Phipps on July 29, 1995. She survives. The 1938 graduate of Jersey Community High School worked at Shell Oil Refinery for several years then moved to the family farm in English Township near Fieldon, where he lived for nearly 50 years with his family. He served as the English Township road commissioner for several years then began working for the Illinois Secretary of State's Office as the facilities manager. He later retired and moved to Jerseyville. He was a member of Peace United Church of Christ and a 60-year member of the Fieldon Masonic Lodge 592. He enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren and his daily trip to eat at the Round Table at Fran & Marilyn's.

In addition to his wife, surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law, Anita and Paul Rose and Sue and Don Rongey, all of Jerseyville; a son, Earl Fraley of Franklin, Texas; two stepsons and their wives, Marion and Donna Phipps and Ronnie and Connie Phipps, all of Jerseyville; nine grandchildren and their spouses, Pat Hatem of Racine, Wis., Sandra and Jeff Roberts of Dow, Rod and Julie Brangenberg of Godfrey, Tammi and Mike Miller of Perry Hall, Md., Melissa Fraley of Kennewick, Wash., Brad Fraley and Brian Fraley, both of Jerseyville, Steve and Tracey Downey of Crownsville, Md., and Jackie Lorsbach and her fiance, Andy Baalman, of Hardin; five stepgrandchildren and their spouses, Pam Phipps of Florissant, Jeff and Wendy Phipps, Danny and Amy Phipps, Ashley Bick and Russell and Dena Phipps, all of Jerseyville; 13 great-grandchildren; nine stepgreat-grandchildren; and two brothers and sisters-in-law, Stanley and Maurita Fraley of Jerseyville and Leland and Theresa Fraley of Carrollton. Besides his first wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Stewart Fraley, and his wife, Helen; and a sister, Bertha Vogler.

Visitation was from 4 to 8 p.m. at Alexander & Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville, with Masonic services at 4 p.m. Visitation at Peace United Church of Christ in Jerseyville were from 10:30 a.m. until services at 11:30 a.m. Thursday. The Rev. Ed Campbell officiated. Burial followed at Grimes Neely Cemetery. Memorials may be given to Grimes Neely Cemetery Fund or Peace United Church of Christ.

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(1aaaa) Wilbert Fraley's grandaughter Julie Brangenberg's husband Rodney Brangenberg's father Roy Merlin Brangenberg's obituary - Roy Merlin Brangenberg, 71, passed away at 9:10 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, 2008, at the Calhoun Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Hardin, enfolded in the loving embrace of his family. He had bravely battled intestinal cancer for eight years. A dearly loved and admired husband, father and grandfather, he is survived by his wife, Sharon, whom he married Aug. 13, 1988, and his three children and their families: daughter Pat Hatom of Racine, Wisc., and her children, Sam and Maria; daughter Sandra and son-in-law, Jeff Roberts, of Dow and their children, Nellie, William and Edward; and son, Rodney and daughter-in-law, Julie, Brangenberg of Jerseyville and their children, Jack, Joe and Rose. He is also survived by his stepson, Cris Clendenny, and his daughter, Ashleigh, and his stepson, Cary. Roy was born on Feb. 23, 1937, at his home in Kampsville to William "Bud" and Nellie Brangenberg who preceded him in death. He graduated from Hardin High School in 1954 after playing both baseball and basketball for four years. Upon graduation, he attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in agriculture in 1958.

Upon graduation from college, Roy was employed in the fertilizer business in East St. Louis and soon thereafter enlisted in the United States Army, where he served first on active duty and later on reserve duty. After his active duty, Roy served as a meat inspector for the city of St. Louis prior to returning home to Kampsville to join his father in working, managing and expanding the family farm. He farmed several hundred acres and raised livestock for the remainder of his career while raising his three children. Roy was a devout Christian and was active in the Summit Grove and Kampsville Presbyterian Church in Kampsville throughout his life. After returning to Kampsville, he played baseball in a men's league and then played softball in various leagues for more than 30 years. Roy enjoyed bowling in leagues at least twice a week and was an avid sports fan - ever loyal to and knowledgeable about the Cardinals and the Fighting Illini. Friends may pay their respects to him and his family at the visitation, which will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 11, at Hanks-Gress Funeral Home in Hardin. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 12, at the First Presbyterian Church in Kampsville, followed by internment at Summit Grove Cemetery in Kampsville. Roy's family wished to express their profound and heartfelt gratitude to the staffs of Saint Anthony's Hospice and the Calhoun Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for their affectionate devotion to and compassionate care for Roy during his illness. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, North Calhoun Ambulance Service, Kampsville Presbyterian Church or Saint Anthony's Hospice in Alton.

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(4aa) Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Leland Aleen Fraley was born Dec. 29, 1931, in Jersey County, IL. He died Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010, at Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton, IL. His burial was at St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery in Carrollton, IL. He married the former Theresa Tepen Oct. 27, 1956, in Meppen, IL. He farmed in the Carrollton, IL area. Leland and Theresa (Tepen) Fraley had 6 children-Bernard Fraley, David Fraley, Patrick Fraley, Cathy Fraley, Dennis Fraley, and James Fraley.

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Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's son Leland Aleen Fraley's obituary - Leland Aleen Fraley, 78, of Carrollton, died Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010, at Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton. Born on Dec. 29, 1931, in Jersey County, he was the son of the late Earl R. and Effie A. McDow Fraley. He married the former Theresa Tepen Oct. 27, 1956, in Meppen and she survives. Also surviving are six children: Bernard Fraley of Carrollton, David and wife, Gail, Fraley of Carrollton, Patrick Fraley of Olathe, Kan., Cathy and Dan Brock of Carrollton, Dennis and Susan Fraley of Papillion, Neb., James and Jennifer Fraley of Baxter, Tenn.; 17 grandchildren; a brother, Stanley, and Maurita Fraley of Jerseyville; and a sister-in-law Violet Phipps Fraley of Jerseyville. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Stewart and wife, Helen, Fraley, Wilbert and his wife, Neva, Fraley and a sister, Bertha Volger.

He graduated from Jerseyville High School and served in the Korean War from 1952-1954 as an electrician. He belonged to the American Legion, the VFW, the Greene County Farm Bureau and St. John's Catholic Church. He was a lifetime farmer. Lee loved the land and his family. He built his life on harvesting the abundance that the land and God's grace provided. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, at St. John's Catholic Church in Carrollton. Prayer service will be at 3:50 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the church with burial to follow in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. John's Church or the Alzheimer's Foundation. Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be left online, www.airsman-hires.com.

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Leland Fraley's wife Theresa (Tepen) Fraley's obituary - JERSEYVILLE - Theresa W. Fraley, 84, passed away August 19, 2016, at Jerseyville Manor in Jerseyville. She was born on December 24, 1931 in Batchtown, Illinois, the daughter of the late Mark and Ida (Hillen) Tepen. Theresa married Leland A Fraley on October 27, 1956, at St. Joseph's Church in Mepen. He preceded her in death January 10, 2010. She is survived by six children, Bernard Fraley of Carrollton, David (Gail) Fraley of Carrollton, Patrick Fraley of Shawnee, Kansas, Catherine (Dan) Brock of Shawnee, Kansas, Dennis (Susan) Fraley of Papillion, Nebraska and James Fraley of Baxter, Tennessee. She has 17 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and sister-in-law, Mary Ann Tepen. Along with her husband she was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Norbert; sisters Rosalie Friedel, Mary Elizabeth Tepen, Barbara Tepen and an infant sister, Mary Rose Tepen. Theresa was a member of St. John's Church in Carrollton; Catholic Daughters of America; Greene County Farm Bureau and Greene County Farm Bureau Women's Committee. She was a homemaker, worked as an EMT, cooked and washed dishes at the Wagon Wheel Restaurant and later employed at the Illinois Department of Human Services, Jacksonville Developmental Center. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. on Monday Aug. 22, 2016, at St. John's Church in Carrollton. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Tuesday Aug. 23, 2016, at the church with burial to follow in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Johns Church or Blessing Hospice Care. Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be left online at www.airsman-hires.com.

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Leland Fraley's wife Theresa (Tepen) Fraley's brother Norbert J. Tepen's obituary - Norbert J. Tepen, 83, passed away at 8:10 p.m. Thursday, May 19, 2016 at Calhoun Nursing Home & Rehab. He was born on March 7, 1933, in Batchtown, the son of Mark and Ida (Hillen) Tepen. Norbert married Mary Ann Flanigan on May 10, 1958, in Meppen, Illinois. She survives. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Meppen, a farmer and orchardist. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus in Hardin, the American Legion in Batchtown, and a retired member of the Richwood's Fire Department in Batchtown. In addition to his wife, Mary Ann Tepen of Batchtown, survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, Ed and Chris Tepen of Meppen, two grandchildren, Amanda and Adam Tepen, and one sister, Theresa Fraley of Carrollton. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four sisters, Rosalie Friedel, Mary Elizabeth Tepen, Barbara Tepen and an infant sister, Mary Rose Tepen. Visitation will be from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at Gress, Kallal & Schaaf Funeral Home in Hardin. Memorial Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Meppen with Fr. Don Roberts celebrant. Inurnment will follow at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Meppen. Memorials may be made to the Richwood's Fire Department, Calhoun Ambulance or a charity of one's choice.

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(5aa) Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's daughter Bertha Fraley was born 8-3-1918, and died 10-13-2004. She is buried at Grimes-Neely Cemetery, English Township, Jersey County, IL. She married William Heraty in 1938. He died in 1969. She later married Bert Vogler 10-20-1970. He died 1-6-1991. She had 4 children-William Heraty (deceased), Ronald Heraty of Chandler, Ariz, Mrs. Carol Yocum of Jerseyville, IL, and Mrs. Linda Rogers of Phoenix, Ariz.

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(6aa) Earl and Effie (McDow) Fraley's daughter Augusta Fraley died in infancy in Dec. 1933.

(2a) Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Warren Fraley's obituary - Warren Fraley, 75, of East Alton, died February 8, at Jersey Community hospital. Final rites were held at East Alton Pentecostal church with Rev. E. E. Ladkey officiating. Burial was in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Mr. Fraley was employed as a machinist with Standard Oil Co. for 39 years until retiring in 1962.

Surviving are his wife, Matilda (Wieneke) Fraley whom he married March 15, 1922 in Jerseyville; 1 daughter, Mrs. Fred (Keota) Falcone, Alton; 1 son, Oliver W. Fraley of Godfrey; 2 brothers, Estel of Carrollton and Lewis of Chicago; 2 grandchildren. Memorials may be given to American Cancer Society.

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Warren Fraley's wife Matilda Josephine (Wieneke) Fraley's obituary - Matilda Josephine Fraley, 90, of East Alton, died January 16, 1988, at Greenwood Manor in Jerseyville. Born in Jersey County, she was the daughter of the late Fredrick & Johanna (Quitt) Wieneke. She married Warren Fraley in 1921 in Jerseyville. He died February 8, 1975.

Surviving are 1 son, Oliver Fraley, Godfrey; 1 daughter, Keota Doerr, Godfrey; 2 grandchildren; 1 g-grandchild; and 1 sister, Emma Fraley, Carrollton. Visitation and services were conducted at Marks Mortuary in Wood River. Rev. Paul Miller officiated. Burial was in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethalto.

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Warren Fraley died 2-8-1975 at age 75. He is buried at Rose Lawn Memory Gardens Cemetery in Bethalto, IL. He married Matilda Josephine Wieneke 3-15-1922 in Jerseyville, IL. She died 1-16-1988 at Greenwood Manor Nursing Home in Jerseyville, IL. She is buried at Rose Lawn Memory Gardens Cemetery in Bethalto, IL. She was the daughter of Fredrick and Johanna (Quitt) Wieneke. Warren and Matilda (Wieneke) Fraley had 2 children-Keota Fraley who married Fred Falcone of Alton, IL, and Oliver W. Fraley of Godfrey, IL.

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(1aa) Warren and Matilda (Wieneke) Fraley's son Oliver W. Fraley's wife Harriett E. (Land) Green Fraley's obituary - Harriett E. Fraley, 86, died Saturday, May 16, 2009, at 4:12 a.m. at Alton Memorial Hospital. Born September 28, 1922, in Evansville, Ind., she was the daughter of George and Nota (Burress) Land. In 1941, sha married Albert Wayne Green. He died in 1965. She then married Oliver Fraley in 1971. He died in 1989. She was a secretary in the insurance industry for several years before retiring. Survivnig are a step-mother, Ruth Dartt of New Harmony, Ind.; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Richard and Kay Green of Knightdale, N.C., David and Carole Green of Kuttawa, Ky., Michael Green of Achorage, AK; two granddaughters, Laura Jordan and Lonna Green; two great-grandsons, Patrick and James Jordan; a sister, Inez Stanley of California; a step-sister, Irma Dartt of New Harmony. She was preceded in death by her sister, Eola Schuman. Visitation will be from noon until time of service at 2 p.m. Friday, May 22, at Marks Mortuary in Wood River. Pastor Brad Donoho will officiate. Private burial will follow at Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethalto. Memorials may be made to the Upper Alton Baptist Church.

(3a) Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Estel Fraley's obituary - Estel Fraley, 74, a retired farmer of Carrollton, died at his home February 13, after an apparent heart attack. Visitation was held at Hires Funeral Home, Carrollton, and burial was in Carrollton cemetery. He was born in Jersey County, a son of the late Theodore & Rachell (McDaniel) Fraley.

He married Mildred (Devening) Fraley in 1923. She died in 1977. On January 5 he married the former Sara Nnn Goodwin who survives. Also surviving are 2 daughters, Lila Vanausdoll and Mamie Shelton, both of Fieldon; 3 sons, Orville of Anabel, MO and Ralph and Raymond both of Carrollton; 22 grandchildren and 17 g-grandchildren.

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Estel Fraley's wife Mildred M. (Devening) Fraley's obituary - Mildred M. Fraley, 74, of R1 Carrollton, died April 3, 1977 at Passavant hospital in Jacksonville. Services were conducted by Rev. Kent Tremble at Hires Funeral Home, Carrollton and burial was in Carrollton city cemetery. A native of Alton, she married Estel Fraley in 1923. Surviving are her husband; 2 sisters, Mrs. Willie (Lila) Vanausdoll and Mrs. Don (Mamie) Shelton, both of Fieldon; 3 sons, Orville of Anabel, MO, Ralph and Raymond, both of Carrollton; 22 grandchildren and 13 g-grandchildren.

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Estel Fraley was born in 1904, and died in 1979. He is buried at the Carrollton City Cemetery, Carrollton Township, Greene County, IL. He married Mildred M. Devening in 1923. She was the daughter of Henry and Pauline (Mullikin) Devening. She was born in 1903. She died in 4-3-1977. She is buried at the Carrollton City Cemetery, Carrollton Township, Greene County, IL. After her death Estel Fraley married Sara Ann Goodwin. Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley had 5 children-Orville Fraley, Ralph Fraley, Raymond Fraley, Lila Fraley, and Mamie Fraley.

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(1aa) Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley's son Orville Fraley lives in Anabel, MO.

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(2aa) Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley's son Raymond Roy Fraley's obituary - Raymond Roy Fraley, 67, died Friday morning, Dec. 19, 2003, at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. He was born Dec. 15, 1936, at the Fraley homestead in rural Fieldon to Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley. He and the former Ruth Ryan were married Sept. 29, 1955, at the Bethel Baptist Church, near Jerseyville. She survives. A farmer his entire life in the Carrollton area, he retired in 2001. He was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church near Jerseyville.

In addition to his wife, surviving are two sons, Douglas Fraley of Roodhouse and Mark Fraley and his wife, Patti Shade Fraley, of Carrollton; two daughters and sons-in-law, Cindy and Gary Petry and Kim and Rick Steinacher, all of Carrollton; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, Ralph Fraley of Carrollton; two sisters, Lila "Sis" Vanausdoll of Eldred and Mamie Shelton of Fieldon; several nieces and nephews; and an extended family member and friend, Greg Harris, of Wood River. He was preceded in death by his parents; a granddaughter, Melissa Petry; and a brother, Orville Fraley.

Visitation were from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton. Funeral services were conducted at 11 a.m. Monday at the Bethel Baptist Church near Jerseyville. Burial was at Carrollton City Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the Bethel Baptist Church, Mount Gilead and Carrollton First Baptist Church youth groups or St. Johns School in Carrollton. Condolences may be sent online at www.airsman-hires.com.

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(3aa) Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley's son Ralph Loren Fraley's obituary - Ralph Loren Fraley, 72, of Carrollton died at his home in rural Carrollton on Thursday March 10, 2005 after a short battle with cancer. He was born in rural Jersey County on Jan. 13, 1933, the son of the late Estel and Mildred Devening Fraley, who preceded him in death. He graduated from Jerseyville High School in 1951. He married the former Billy Lou Hildred on July 17, 1953 just before shipping overseas. She survives.

Also surviving are: 3 daughters and sons-in-law: Debby and Fred Wolfe of Mahomet, Sherry Fraley and Darold Range of Greenfield, Luci and Brian Strotheide of Maryville, 6 grandchildren: Jesse Range, Montana Martin, Dakota Williams, Elias Fraley, Benjamin and Madison Strotheide, 2 sisters: Mamie Shelton of Fieldon, Lila "Sis" Vanausdoll of Eldred and 2 sisters-in-law: Ruth Fraley of Carrollton and Mary Fraley of Clarence, Mo. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son: Lance Fraley, 2 brothers: Orville and Raymond Fraley and 2 brothers-in-law: Don Shelton and Willie Vanausdoll.

Mr. Fraley served his country in the Korean Conflict as a Sgt. First Class in the U.S. Army. He was self-employed farmer all his life, first in Macoupin Co. near Shipman and moving to Greene Co. in 1964 where he and his wife purchased the farm near Carrollton where she still lives. He farmed for several years in a partnership with his brother and best friend: Raymond, until his retirement in 1996. After retirement he raised poultry and produced a huge garden until a few months before his death. He and his wife were members of the Jersey County Grand Squares square dance club for nearly 20 years. He truly enjoyed enjoying watching television, especially Wheel of Fortune and sporting events. He enjoyed nature to the fullest, including all plants and bird watching. But above all he enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren and his many nieces and nephews. He was a member of the Carrollton Methodist Church and Greene Co. Farm Bureau.

Visitation was from 4-8 P.M. on Saturday at the Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton where services were held on Sunday at 2 P.M. Burial was in the Carrollton City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Blessing Hospice of Greene Co. and the Veterans Hospital of Columbia, Mo. Or a charity of ones' choice. Condolences may be left online at www. airsman-hires.com.

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(4aa) Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley's daughter Lila Fraley married Willie Warren Vanausdoll 4-18-1947. He was born 2-13-1923 in rural Grafton, Jersey County, and died 10-7-2004 in rural Eldred, Greene County, IL. He is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville, IL. He was the son of Everett C. and M. Carlene (Quitt) Vanausdoll. He was a farmer in Jersey and Greene Counties in Illinois. They had 2 children-Eugene Vanausdoll of Clermont, GA, and Sandy Vanausdoll who married Dan Wagner of rural Carrollton, IL.

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(5aa) Estel and Mildred (Devening) Fraley's daughter Mamie Marie Fraley was born in Jerseyville on Jan. 16, 1928, She died April 29, 2015 at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home after a period of declining health. She married Ralph Donald Shelton 10-6-1948 and they lived in Fieldon, IL. Her husband preceded her in death May 8, 2003. Their burial was in the Gunterman Cemetery near Fieldon. Children of Ralph and Mamie (Fraley) Shelton were-Ann (Shelton) Price, Alisa (Shelton) Hill, Paul Shelton, David Shelton, Russell Shelton, and John Shelton.

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Mamie Marie (Fraley) Shelton's obituary - Mamie Marie Shelton, 87, died at 7:37 p.m., Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home after a period of declining health. She was born in Jerseyville on Jan. 16, 1928, and was the daughter of the late Estel & Mildred (Devening) Fraley. Mamie graduated from Jersey Township High School, and married Ralph Donald Shelton on Oct. 6, 1948 at the First United Methodist Church in Jerseyville. Together they farmed and raised their family of six children, instilling their love for the Lord, and dedication for hard work until his untimely death on May 8, 2003. After her children were born, Mamie went back to school, and earned her BS in Education from SIU-E, working for the Jersey Community School District #100, and serving as a teacher for the Grafton Christian Academy and State Street Baptist Church Academy in Jerseyville. Surviving are her two daughters, Ann Price of Carrollton and Alisa Hill of Maryland Heights, Mo.; four sons & daughters in law, Paul & Debora Shelton of Worden, David & Missy Shelton of Carlinville, Russell & Sandra Shelton of Fieldon, and John & Melody Shelton of Fieldon; 19 Grandchildren; 13 Great Grandchildren; three great great grandchildren; a sister, Lila Vanausdoll of Eldred; and two sisters in law, Billie Fraley & Ruth Fraley both of Carrollton. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Orville, Ralph & Raymond Fraley; a sister in law, Mary Fraley; and a brother in law, Willie Vanausdoll. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Paradise Baptist Church, 21417 Grange Hall Road, in Jerseyville, with her sons, Rev. John Shelton and Rev. Paul Shelton officiating. Burial will be in the Gunterman Cemetery in Fieldon. Memorials may be given to the Baptist Childrens Home in Carmi.

(4a) Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Frank Fraley's wife was named Edna, and they had 4 children-Mildred (Fraley) Mathew of Atlanta, IL, Rachel (Fraley) Booher of Atlanta, IL, and another daughter who's name I don't know. Frank and Edna Fraley also had a son Ernest F. Fraley born 8-31-1918 in Fieldon, Jersey County, IL. He died 8-15-2002 at St. Anthony's Health Center in Alton, IL. He married Eleanor Woods, and they had a daughter Sharon Fraley who married Rudy Dick of East Alton, IL.

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(1aa) Frank and Edna Fraley's son Ernest F. Fraley's obituary - Ernest F. Fraley, 83, died at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002, at Saint Anthony's Health Center in Alton. He was born Aug. 31, 1918, to Edna and Frank Fraley in Fieldon. He married Eleanor Woods Fraley, who survives. He was a crane operator for Olin Brass Mill, retiring after 40 years of service. He loved gardening, fishing, a day of driving and sightseeing, and he will always be remembered.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Sharon Dick, and her husband, Rudy, of East Alton; four grandchildren, Diana Herrin of Cottage Hills, Ronald Little of Wood River, Joseph Brown of East Alton and Laura Brown of Wood River; three great-grandchildren, Robert D. Herrin III, Ronald Little Jr. and Regina Little; two sisters, Mildred Matthew and Rachel Booher, both of Atlanta, Ill.; and many other extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers-in-law. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Elias-Smith Funeral Home in Bethalto, where services will take place at 1 p.m. Monday. Rev. Art Hooper will officiate. Burial will be at Rose Lawn Memory Gardens in Bethalto, with full military honors conducted by the Alton VFW Post 1308 Ritual Team. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice.

(5a) Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Lewis Fraley lived in Chicago, IL. I don't have any other information about Lewis.

(6a) Theodore and Rachel (McDanel) Fraley's son Mark H. Fraley married Emma C. Wieneke 6-5-1923. She was the daughter of Fredrick and Johanna (Quitt) Wieneke. She died at age 91. I don't know the date of her death. Her husband Mark Fraley preceded her in death. Mark Fraley, died 30 Oct 1954, and he is buried at Oak Grove Cemetery. He was a WWI Veteran. His wife is also buried at Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville, IL. Mark and Emma (Wieneke) Fraley had a daughter Opal B. Fraley of Carrollton, IL.

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Mark Fraley's wife Emma C. (Wieneke) Fraley's obituary - Emma C. Fraley, 91, of Carrollton, died December 19, at her home in Carrollton. She was born in Illinois, daughter of the late Friedrick & Johanna (Feierabend) Wieneke. On June 5, 1923, in Jerseyville she married Mark H. Fraley and he preceded her in death. Surviving are 1 daughter, Opal B. Fraley of Carrollton and 1 sister, Matilda Fraley of Jerseyville. Visitation was at Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton. Graveside rites were conducted in Oak Grove cemetery.

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(1aa) Mark and Emma (Wieneke) Fraley's daughter Opal B. Fraley's obituary - Opal B. Fraley, 84, former of Carrollton died on Thursday Dec. 27, 2012 at White Hall Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in White Hall. Born in Rosedale, IL on April 21, 1928, she was the daughter and only child of the late Mark and Emma Wieneke Fraley. Opal attended Jerseyville Public Schools and worked as a packer at Owens-Illinois Glass Co. until her retirement to Carrollton. As per her wishes she will be cremated and laid to rest with her parents in Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville.

Thomas Roady

Thomas Roady, son of Moses Roady and Celia Senith (Lane) Roady, was born 7 Mar 1813 in Campbell Station, Knox Co., Tennessee, and died 13 Oct 1869 in Fidelity, Jersey Co., IL. He married 1st Mary W. Howell 22 Jun 1837 in Knox Co., Tennessee. Children of Thomas Roady and his 1st wife Mary W. Howell were-Celia Ann Roady born 18 Mar 1839 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tennessee; David Preston Roady born 23 Dec 1840 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tennessee; Josiah Roady born 9 Sep 1842 in Camden, Ray Co., MO. Thomas Roady married 2nd Christine Tina Long 21 Feb 1847 in Campbell Station, Knox Co., Tennessee. She was born 3 Apr 1826 in Maryville, Blount, Co., Tennesse. Children of Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christine Tina Long were-Mary Howell Roady born 22 Nov 1847 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Martha Jane Roady born 27 Nov 1848 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Nancy Isabell Roady born 29 Dec 1849 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Christian Long Roady born 27 Apr 1851 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Campbell G. Roady born 30 Apr 1852 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Frances A. Roady born 27 Sep 1854 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Pashine Glenda Roady born 16 May 1858 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Christopher Columbus Roady born 18 Jan 1860 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; Thomas Jefferson Roady born 11 Oct 1862 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn; and Nathaniel Lane Roady born 14 Aug 1866 in Jersey Co., IL.

Thomas Roady was a son of Moses Roady born in France on 14 Jun 1768 to John Rodet and Jeanne Pascal. Moses Roady was born 14 May 1768 in Alsace, Lorraine, France, and died 26 Oct 1856 in Fidelity, Jersey Co., IL. He married Celia Senith Lane 16 Aug 1800 in Greene County, Tennessee. She was born in Germany. Children of Moses Roady and Celia Senith Lane were-Nancy Roady, Peter Roady, Moses Roady, William B. Roady, Thomas Roady, Nathaniel Lane Roady, and Lorenzo Dow Roady.

Thomas Roady was a grandson of John Rodet born in France in 1728 to Claude Rodet and Jeanne Robonil. He died 1803 in Chowan, North Carolina. John married Jeanne Pascal born 1733, died 1802, and they had 5 children. Children of John Rodet and Jeanne Pascal were-Elinor Roady, Elizabeth Roady, Jean Roady, Moses Roady, and John Roady.

Thomas Roady was a great grandson of Claude Rodet born in France in 1696. Claude married Jeanne Robonil and had 3 children. Children of Claude Rodet and Jeanne Robonil were-Peter Rodet Roady and Jean John Rodet.

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(1) Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christina (Long) Roady's son Campbell Gillaspy Roady was born in Campbell Station, Tennessee, 30 Apr 1852. He died 2 Mar 1924 in Fidelity, Jersey Co., IL. Campbell G. Roady married Angeline Augusta Williams and they had 8 children-Alice Isabelle Roady, Charlotte Belle Roady, Mary Glande Roady, Solomon Thomas Roady, Nathaniel A. Roady, Augusta Angeline Roady, John C. Roady, and Lucy E. Roady.

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(2) Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christina (Long) Roady's daughter Pashine Glenda Roady was born in Tennessee in 1860. She died 9 Jun 1940. She married William Irwin born in 1844, died in 1902.

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(3) Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christina (Long) Roady's son Christopher Columbus Roady was born in Knox County, Campbell Station, Tennessee, 18 Jan 1860. He died 28 Aug 1947 in Kane, Greene Co., IL. He married Sarah Jane Short March 24, 1889 in Illinois. She was born January 16, 1870 in Doe Run, Missouri, and died April 1939 in Kane, Greene County, Illinois. Children of Christopher Columbus Roady and Sarah Jane (Short) Roady were-Bertha May Roady born January 03, 1890, Illinois, died 1939, White Hall, Greene County, Illinois; and Harry Roady born 1891.

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(1a) Christopher Columbus Roady and Sarah Jane (Short) Roady's son Harry Roady was born in 1891. He married Charlotte Barber. They are both deceased. Children of Harry and Charlotte (Barber) Roady were-Anne Roady, June Roady, and Ferna Mae Roady.

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(1aa) Harry and Charlotte (Barber) Roady's daughter Anne (Roady) Wittman's obituary - BRIGHTON - Anne Roady-Wittman, 81, passed away at 6:26 a.m. on Saturday, July 26, 2014, at St. Anthony's Health Center in Alton. Born Feb. 20, 1933, in Brighton, Ill., the daughter of Harry and Charlotte (Barber) Roady. She retired from Brighton Elementary School as a secretary. She married Edward B. Wittman on March 3, 1956, in Brighton. He died on Feb. 15, 2004. Survivors include a daughter and spouse, Pam and Jim Bechtold of Dow, Ill.; a son, Mark Wittman of Chesterfield, Va.; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a sister, June Wilderman of Brighton. Preceded in death by parents; spouse; and sister, Ferna Mae Timberman. Visitation: 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 30, at Targhetta & Wooldridge Funeral Home in Brighton, where funeral will be at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 31. Burial: Brighton Cemetery. Rev. John Higgins will officiate. Memorials may be made to Shiner's Hospital.

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(4) Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christina (Long) Roady's son Thomas Jefferson Roady was born 11 Oct 1862 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tennessee, and died 4 Apr 1940 in Kane, Greene Co., IL. He married Letitia Elizabeth Short 29 Jul 1888 in Illinois. She was born 10 Aug 1871 in Doe Run, MO. Children of Thomas Jefferson Roady and Letitia Elizabeth Short were-Lilly Roady born in Kane, Greene Co., IL; Letitia Catherine Roady born 21 Jan 1891 in Kane, Greene Co., IL; and Thomas Golman Roady born 22 Apr 1894 in Kane, Greene Co., IL

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(1a) Thomas Jefferson Roady and Letitia Elizabeth (Short) Roady's son Thomas Golman Roady was born 22 Apr 1894 in Kane, Greene Co., IL, and died 13 Sep 1962 in Carrollton, Greene Co., IL. He married Lela Leona Williams 29 Jun 1915 in Bloomington, IL. She was born 24 Aug 1897 in Jersey Co., IL.

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Thomas Jefferson Roady and Letitia Elizabeth (Short) Roady's son Thomas Golman Roady's wife Lela (Williams) Roady's obituary - Died 03-1982. Lela Roady, 84, died at 11 pm Thursday at Lakeshore Manor Nursing Home in Decatur. Before retiring, she had taught elementary classes for 20 years in the Greene County School District. She was a 50 year member and former past matron of the Elizabeth Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star in Kane. Born in Jersey County, daughter of the late Theodore & Mary (Petton) Williams, she married Thomas G. Roady on June 29, 1915. He died in Sept., 1962. Surviving are 2 sons, Dr. jom Jr. of carbondale and Elston E. of Tallahassee, Florida; 1 daughter, Elizabeth Rowden of Decatur; 7 grandchildren; 14 g-grandchildren; and 1 sister Margaret King of Winchester. Visitation well be from 4-8 pm Saturday at Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Services will be held at 2:30 pm Sunday, Charles A. Scoggins officiating. Burial will be in Kane cemetery. Memorials may be given to Church of Christ in Kane, where she was a member and Boyd Memorial hospital..

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(1aa) Thomas G. and Lela (Williams) Roady Sr.'s son Thomas Golman Roady, Jr.'s obituary - Thomas Golman Roady, Jr., 84, of Carrollton died at Jerseyville Hospital at 5 P.M. on Sunday March 30, 2003. He was born in Kane, Ill. on April 27, 1918 to Thomas and Lela Roady. He married Jeanne Dixon on Feb. 6, 1943 in Kane, Ill. and just celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. He attended and was named a Distinguished Alumnus of Illinois College and graduated from the University of Illinois Law School with honors. He received a Masters Degree of Law at Columbia University in New York in 1949. He practiced law in Carrollton, Ill. in the early part of his career, but spent a major portion of his life as a teacher of law at Vanderbilt University School of Law and the University of Tennessee School of Law. He was chosen as Outstanding Professor of the Year at the University of Tennessee for his compassionate concern for each student.

He was interim Dean at the Law School of Washington University and in his later years as an Associate Dean of Law and was responsible for starting the School of Law at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He was presiding Judge of the Circuit Court of Greene Co. 7th Judicial District and retired from the bench in 1989. He served in the Army Air Corps retiring as a Lt. Colonel and was in the South Pacific from 1942-1945. He transferred to the U.S. Air Force as Judge Advocate (Major) in 1948 and served in various capacities as JAG Officer from 1948-1968. Total service, 26 years. He retired in 1968 with the rank of Colonel. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters: Jeannette M. Wise of Roswell, Ga. and Mary Roady Baker of Franklin, TN. and a son Thomas G. Roady III of Nashville, TN. and wife Kristin and 6 grandchildren: David, Mary, Chase, Paige, Matthew and Catherine. Visitation will be held from 5-7 P.M. on Tuesday April 1st at the Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton where services will be held on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Burial will be in the Kane Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the District 1 Foundation for Quality Education Scholarship Fund.

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(5) Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christina (Long) Roady's son Nathaniel Lane Roady was born in Missouri in 1870. He died 15 May 1945 in Carrollton, Greene Co., IL. He married Emma Louella Berry born 1872, died 1938, and they had 4 children-Hattier E. Roady, born 03 Dec 1891, died 28 Dec 1893; Herbert Lane Roady, born 14 Jan 1895, died 1966; Arthur Columbus Roady, born 07 Dec 1902, Kane, Greene County, IL, died 17 Sep 1972, Kane, Greene, IL; and Natalie L. Roady, born 26 Jul 1911, died 14 Aug 1983.

Nathaniel Lane Roady

Nathaniel Lane Roady, son of Moses Roady and Celia Senith (Lane) Roady, was born Apr. 29, 1809 in Knox Co., Cambell Station, Tenn, and died Jul 29, 1890 in IL. He married 1st Elizabeth Plumbley Dec 3, 1833. On June 3, 1841 in Knox County, Tennesse, Nathaniel was married 2nd to Rebecca Long. Rebecca was a daughter of Christian and Sarah (Sliger) Long. Children of Rebecca Long and Nathanial Lane Roady were-Christian Roady, born 03 Apr 1842; Sara Elizabeth Roady, born 09 Apr 1843; Moses Roady, born 11 Jan 1845; John Austin Roady, born 04 May 1846, died 1924; Eliza Catherine Roady, born 25 Oct 1849; Alfred S. Roady, born Abt. 1866; Peter Roady, born 27 Jan 1852, died 1926, Yakima, Wa; Charles Hammond Roady, born 04 May 1854; Henry Roady, born 01 Apr 1856; Fanny Roady, born 30 Jul 1858; James F. Roady, born 30 Oct 1860, died 1882; and Thomas J. Roady, died 1931, Yakima, Wa.

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Nathaniel Lane Roady's 2nd wife Rebecca (Long) Roady's obituary - Died 02-1905. Mrs. Rebecca Roady, 86, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Moore in Fidelity. Funeral from Methodist church Fidelity, Rev. Duff of Rockbridge officiating. Rebecca long was born September 13, in Wash County, Tennessee, she married Nathaniel Roady June 8, 1841. They were parents of 12 children, 10 survive: (only 8 named) Christian, of Clingon, Missouri, Sarah E. Moore of Fidelity, Eliza Moore of Michmond, Missouri, Thomas J. and Peter of Scranton, Kansas, Henry of Denver, Colorado, Fannie Clower of Kemper, Illinois, and Alfred S. of Rockbridge, Illinois; 59 grandchildren, 64 g-grandchildren; 2 brothers, John Long, of Standish, Missouri and Columbus Long of Honden, Missouri; and 1 sister Mrs. Christian Williams of Kane, Illinois. She came to Illinois in 1852 and settled on a farm near Fidelity which was her home until the last few days. Her husband preceded her in death 15 years ago, and she was buried beside him in Oak Grove cemetery. Pall bearers were her 6 sons.

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(1) John Austin Roady, son of Nathaniel Lane Roady and Rebecca Long was born in 1846, and died 11 Dec 1924. John married Mary Rebecca Jones in Jersey Co., IL. She was born in 1847 in Madison Co., IL, and died in 1825. Her father Rev. William Jones was one of the earliest pioneer settlers in Madison Co., IL, a Baptist minister, member of the early legislature, and community leader, in the early 1800's. Children of John A. and Mary Rebecca (Jones) Roady were-John A. Roady, born 09 Dec 1873, Fidelity, Jersey Co., IL, died 15 May 1953; Grace Leone Roady, born Abt. 1871, married Cleaver Strunk; Alice Rebecca Roady born Abt. 1880, married Grant Goodwin; Dora Adeline Roady, born Abt. 1876; Charles Henry Roady, born 22 Jul 1869, Fieldon, Jersey Co., IL, died 29 Nov 1952, Alton, Madison Co., IL.

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(1a) John A. and Mary Rebecca (Jones) Roady's son John A. Roady's obituary - Died 05-15-1953. John A. Roady, 79 years, 5 months, 6 days, father of County Clerk Edward L. Roady, died at 1:30 am Friday, May 15 at Alton Memorial hospital. Where he had been a patient for some time. The deceased was a son of the late John & Rebecca (Jones) Roady and was born in Fidelity, December 9, 1873. Mr. Roady was a retired glass worker. Surviving the deceased are his wife, Mrs. Maude (Day) Roady; 1 son, Edward L. Roady of Jerseyville; 1 daughter, Mrs. Edward Bieser of Jerseyville; 2 sisters, Mrs. Cleaver Strunk of Bunker Hill and Mrs. Grant Goodwin of Medora; 9 grandchildren and 5 g-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville, Sunday, May 17, at 2:30 pm day light saving time. Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of First Presbyterian church, officiated and interment was in Oak Grove cemetery.

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John A. Roady's wife Maude D. (Day) Roady's obituary - Died 05-19-1966. Maude D. Roady, 85, one of the well-known older residents of Jerseyville, died Thursday May 19, at 3:40 at Jersey Community hospital where she had been a patient for 2 days. Mrs. Roady had been in failing health for 2-3 weeks before entering the hospital. Visitation hours were at Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Final rites were held there Saturday May 21, at 2 pm. Rev. Carlton G. Christenson, officiated and burial was in Oak Grove cemetery. She was a daughter of the late William A. & Sara E. (Sandidge) Day and was born in Jersey County June 4, 1880. Surviving are 1 son Edward Roady, and 1 daughter, Mrs. Edward Beiser, both of Jerseyville, 9 grandchildren, and 17 g-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, John A. Roady, 1 son William A. Roady and 1 daughter, Mrs. Margret Lucille Gaber.

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(1aa) John and Maude (Day) Roady's son Edward L. Roady's obituary - Died 12-27-1977. Edward L. Roady, 61, of Jerseyville died unexpectedly at 11:15 pm on December 27 at his home. Roady was a sales representative for Illinois Office Supply Company. Services were held at First Baptist church of Jerseyville on December 30 with Rev. Everett Chambers officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove cemetery. He was born in Alton on July 26, 1915, a son of John & Maude (Day) Roady. Roady was a member of First Baptist church, Masonic Lodge 394 AF & AM, Scottish Rite Bodies Valey of Southern Illinois, Ainad Temple of East St. Louis, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, Elks Lodge and Westlake Country Club, Jerseyville. He served in WWII from March 13, 1942 to August 19, 1945 and served again in the Korean conflict from September 8, 1950 to January 30, 1952. He was a member of the soc of the Fifth Div, Company B, Fifth Medical Battalion. His survivors are his widow, Ruth H. Roady whom he married in Oct., 1974; 1 son, Thomas W. Roady of St. Louis and 1 sister Mrs. Verna Beiser of Jerseyville; nieces and nephews.

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(2) Nathaniel Lane Roady and Rebecca (Long) Roady's son Charles Henry Roady's obituary - Died 11-29-1952. Charles Henry Roady, 83, of Alton died Saturday afternoon, November 29, at the Mather Nursing Home in Alton where he had been a patient for 2 weeks. Mr. Roady was born at Fidelity on July 22, 1869 and spent his early life in that vicinity. He had resided in Alton since 1916 and prior to that had been in Oklahoma where he engaged in farming for a number of years. The aged man is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nellie (Hughes) Roady, 3 children Mrs. George T. Wilson of Nashville, Tennessee, Mrs. Randall Clark of Wood River and Paul Roady of Alton; 1 brother, John Roady of Jerseyville, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Grant Goodwin of Medora and Mrs. Cleaver Strunk of Bunkerhill. He also leaves 3 grandchildren and 2 g-grandchildren. Funeral rites were held Tuesday December 2 at 2 pm at Streeper Funeral Home in Alton and burial was in Upper Alton cemetery.

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(1a) Charles Henry Roady and Nellie Rowena (Hughes) Roady's daughter Dorothy (Roady) Wilson's obituary - Dorothy Roady Wilson, 102, of Bowling Green died at 9:50 p.m. April 7, 2009, at a Bowling Green nursing home. The Alton, Ill., native was born July 4, 1906. She was a secretary for the Owens Illinois Glass Co. and later worked at the Vanderbilt University Bookstore in Nashville. She was an avid gardener, reader and bird watcher. She was a graduate of Alton High School and a member of the Episcopal Church. She was a loving mother and grandmother who outlived many of her friends. She was a daughter of the late Charles Henry Roady and Nell Rowena Roady and the wife of the late George T. Wilson Jr. She was preceded in death by a brother, Paul W. Roady of Alton; and a sister, Blanche Roady Clark of Woodriver, Ill. A family memorial service is at a later date. Johnson-Vaughn-Phelps Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to A Voice for Animals (783-9195); Bowling Green-Warren County Animal Adoption Center, 1925 Old Louisville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101; or Rainhill Equine Facility, 11125 Hwy. 185, Bowling Green, KY 42101. Survivors include a daughter, Dorothy Demuth Wilson of Bowling Green; two grandchildren, Emily Slaten Lopez of Mountain View, Calif., and Lilia Roady Lopez of Washington, D.C.; two nieces, Nell Foster Waltz of La Jolla, Calif., and Jane Louise Wilson of Center Tuftonboro, N.H.; and two cousins, Judith Schlieper Laronge of Vancouver, Wash., and Gary Cummins of Denver.

Campbell G. Roady

Campbell G. Roady, son of Thomas Roady and his 2nd wife Christina Long, was a native of Knoxville, TN. He was born in Campbell Station, Knox Co., Tennessee, 30 Apr 1852. He died 2 Mar 1924 in Fidelity, Jersey Co., IL. He came to Jersey County in 1864 following the end of the Civil War, and lived in the county until his death 03-02-1924. He married Angeline Augusta Williams 25 Jan 1876 in Fidelity, Jersey Co., IL. She was born 14 Jan 1859 in Jersey County, IL. Children of Campbell G. Roady and Angeline Augusta (Williams) Roady were-Mary Roady born 28 Dec 1877 in Jersey Co., IL; Alice Isabelle Roady born 1 Sep 1880 in Jersey Co., IL; Solomon Thomas Roady born 30 Nov 1881 in Jersey County, IL; Nathanial Allen Roady born 19 May 1883 in Jersey Co., IL; Augusta Angeline Roady born 30 Mar 1885 in Jersey Co., IL; John Campbell Roady born 4 Sep 1887 in Jersey Co., IL; Lucy E. Roady born 19 Jan 1890 in Jersey Co., IL; Charlotte Belle Roady born 6 Sep 1893 in Jersey Co., IL.

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Campbell G. Roady's obituary - Campbell G. Roady, died 03-02-1924 - Campbell G. Roady, 71, died at home in Fidelity, March 2. The body was taken to Kane Church of Christ for services. He came to Jersey County in 1864 following the end of the Civil War, and has lived in the county since then. The native of Knoxville, TN , leaves 5 daughters, Mary Grant, Charlotte Daniels of Alton, Mrs. Augusta Baker of Cambridge, Ohio, Mrs. Alice Downs and Mrs. Lucy Lawrence of Jersey County; 3 sons, N. A. Roady and J. C. Roady of Hamburg, and S. T. Roady of Jersey County. His wife preceded him in death in August 1919.

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Campbell G. Roady married Angeline A. Williams 1-25-1876 in Jersey County, IL. Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady had 8 children-Mary Roady born 28 Dec 1877 in Jersey Co., IL; Alice Isabelle Roady born 1 Sep 1880 in Jersey Co., IL; Solomon Thomas Roady born 30 Nov 1881 in Jersey County, IL; Nathanial Allen Roady born 19 May 1883 in Jersey Co., IL; Augusta Angeline Roady born 30 Mar 1885 in Jersey Co., IL; John Campbell Roady born 4 Sep 1887 in Jersey Co., IL; Lucy E. Roady born 19 Jan 1890 in Jersey Co., IL; Charlotte Bell Roady born 6 Sep 1893 in Jersey Co., IL.

(1) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's son Solomon T. Roady was born in 1881 in Jersey County, IL. He died in 1944 in Jersey County, IL. He is buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Rosedale Township, Jersey County, IL. He married Rosetta Franz 6-22-1902 in Jersey County, IL. She was born in 1883 and died in 1956. She is buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Rosedale Township, Jersey County, IL.

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Rosetta (Franz) Roady's mother Mary Grace (Franklin) Franz's obituary - Mary Grace (Franklin) Franz, 75, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. T. Roady, northeast of Fidelity. Born June 10, 1851 daughter of George & Caroline (Wolff) Franklin. Funeral from Rosedale church. Elder T. J. Roady with burial in Rosedale cemetery. She leaves 3 sons, Charles of Grafton, Wm. of Rosedale and Henry of Shidler, OK; and 2 daughters, Mrs. Soloman Roady of Fidelity and Mrs. Wm. Downs of Paradise.

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Solomon T. and Rosetta (Franz) Roady had these children-Pearl Roady, Solomon W. Roady, Raymond T. Roady, Rosetta Roady, and Florence Roady.

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(1a) Solomon T. and Rosetta (Franz) Roady's son Pearl Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. He married Effie M. Wandrei 11-25-1933 in Jersey County, IL. Pearl and Effie (Wandrei) Roady had 5 children-Howard L. "Charlie" Roady, Rosalee "Frances" Roady, Hilda Marie Roady, Phillip Roady, and Edwin Roady.

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Pearl Roady's wife Effie (Wandrei) Roady Springman's obituary - Effie (Wandrei) Roady Springman, 89, died at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2004, at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home in Jerseyville. She was born July 17, 1915, to Phillip and Minda (Likes) Wandrei. She grew up in Fieldon and attended Pleasant Cove School. She married Pearl Roady on Nov. 25, 1933. He is deceased. She married John C. Springman on Sept. 21, 1957, in Jerseyville. He died Sept. 30, 1970. A loving mother and homemaker, she was also an avid gardner and well-known for her huge vegetable garden, always bordered by beautiful flowers. She was a faithful member of the Church of Christ in Jerseyville.

Survivors include a daughter, Hilda, and her husband, Gerald, Hoffstetter of Schenectady, N.Y.; two sons, Phillip Roady and his wife, Deanne, of Taylorville, Ill., and Edwin Roady and his wife, Susan, of Taft, Calif.; a daughter-in-law, Pam Roady of Jerseyville; a son-in-law, Bill Mueller of O'Fallon, Mo.; 16 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. In addition to her husbands, she was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Howard "Charlie" Roady; a daughter, Frances Mueller; a daughter-in-law, Ruby Roady; a granddaughter, Dawn Roady; and a great-grandson, Brian Berdan. Visitation was from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Visitation continued from 10:30 a.m. until services at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of Christ in Jerseyville. Pastor Patrick Harper officiated. Burial was at Fieldon Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Church of Christ in Jerseyville.

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(1aa) Pearl and Effie (Wandrei) Roady's son Howard L. "Charlie" Roady's obituary - Howard L. "Charlie" Roady, 66, died at 3:32 a.m. Monday, Jan. 26, 2004, at his home after a long battle with lung cancer. He was born Dec. 13, 1937, in Fieldon to Effie (Wandrei) Springman of Jerseyville and Pearl Roady. He married the former Pam Wingo on April 18, 1968, in Jerseyville. She survives. A 1956 graduate of Jersey Community High School, he soon entered the U.S. Navy, where he served his country during the Korean War and was stationed on the USS Columbus. A very active and dedicated member of the Jerseyville community, he was a 25-year member of the Moose Lodge 695 andthe Elks Lodge 954, was instrumental in the formation of the Jerseyville D.A.R.E. program and was a longtime member of the Jerseyville Chamber of Commerce, serving as president in 1989. He was a general contractor most of his life, owning and operating Roady Construction for more than 30 years. Later, he also included the First Check Home Improvement Service, as well as a real estate agent through Homes of America Realty.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his mother, who lives in Jerseyville; six sons and daughters-in-law, Mike of Boring, Ore., Waney and Lorrie Roady of Kane, Kyle Roady of Jerseyville, Rodney Roady of Farmington Hills, Mich., Ricky and Jenny of Brightwood, Ore., and Mitchell Roady at home; 10 grandchildren; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Phil and Deanne Roady of Taylorville, Ill.,and Edwin and Susan Roady of Taft, Calif; and a sister and brother-in-law, Hilda and Gerald Hoffstetter of Schnectady, N.Y. He was preceded in death by his father; a daughter, Dawn Louise Roady, on Feb. 27, 1983; a sister, Rosalie Frances Mueller; maternal grandparents, Phillip and Minda Wandrei; and paternal grandparents, Solomon and Rosetta Roady.

Visitation was from 4 to 8 p.m., with a rosary recited at 7:30 p.m., Thursday at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10 a.m. Friday at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Jerseyville. Father D. Patrick Gibbons officiated. Burial was at Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville, with military graveside rites conducted by the Jerseyville American Legion Post 492. Memorials may be given to St. Francis/Holy Ghost Catholic Schools or to the Jerseyville D.A.R.E. program.

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(1aaa) Howard & Pamela (Wingo) Roady's daughter Dawn Louise Roady's obituary - Dawn Louise Roady, died 02-27-1983. Dawn Louise Roady, 16, daughter of Howard & Pamela (Wingo) Roady of Jerseyville, died as a result of an accident of Route 16 at Centennial Rd. about 7:15 pm. A coroner's inquest is pending. A memorial service was held at First Baptist church in Jerseyville. She was born June 9, 1966 in San Bernardino, California and was a student at Jersey Community High School where she participated in the glee club and track team.

Besides her parents she is survived by her maternal grandmother, Georgia Wingo of Portland, OR, maternal g-grandfather, Thad Reed of Boyd, Texas; paternal Grandparents, Effie Springman, Jerseyville and Mr. & Mrs. Pearl Roady of Granite City; 2 Brothers, Wayne Roady of Fort Knox, Kentucky and Kyle Roady, Great Lakes, and half brothers, Michael, Rodney and Rickey Roady, all of Portland, OR. Memorials may be given to First Baptist church.

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(2aa) Pearl and Effie (Wandrei) Roady's daughter Rosalee "Frances" (Roady) Mueller's obituary - Rosalee "Frances" (Roady) Mueller, 60, former Jerseyville resident, died Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2003, at her home. She was born May 7, 1943, in Jerseyville to Effie (Roady) Springman and Pearl Roady. She was an office manager for Hall State Realty in St. Louis for 16 years.

She is survived by her mother, who lives in Jerseyville; her husband, William J. Mueller of O'Fallon, Mo.; two daughters, Michele McCallister of Overland and Laura Lyons of St. Louis; a son and daughter-in-law, Robert E. and Carol Lyon Jr. of O'Fallon, Mo.; eight grandchildren; three brothers, Howard Roady and his wife, Pam, of Jerseyville, Phillip Roady and his wife, Deanne, of Taylorville, Ill., and Edwin Roady and his wife, Susan, of Taft, Calif.; and a sister, Hilda Hoffstetter,and her husband, Gerald, of Schnectady, N.Y.

Services were Dec. 2 at Baue Funeral Home in O'Fallon, followed by burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis. Memorials may be made to Blind Institution, care of Delta Gamma, 530 McRee, St. Louis, MO 63110, or to Baue Funeral Home, 311 Wood St., O'Fallon, MO 63366.

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(3aa) Pearl and Effie (Wandrei) Roady's daughter Hilda Marie Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. She married Gerald W. Hoffstetter 4-18-1954 in Jersey County, IL. They live in Schnecktady, N.Y.

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Hilda Marie (Roady) Hoffstetter's husband Gerald W. Hoffstetter's brother Gary G. Hoffstetter's obituary - Gary G. Hoffstetter, 71 of Greenville, Illinois passed away Friday, October, 28, 2016 at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, Illinois. Born December 27, 1944 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, he was a son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur Hoffstetter. He married Barbara J. Friedman on March 14, 1970 in Greensboro, North Carolina and she passed away on August 11, 2013. He retired as an Electrical Engineer for Southwestern Bell in Dallas, Texas. Gary was a caring and loving father and grandfather. Helpful, a volunteer, and he was always thinking of others. He was known as a smart man and a wonderful singer. He was also a Scoutmaster for Troop #641 at the Ross School in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition, he was a member of the United Methodist Church of Greenville, Illinois and a HAM Radio Operator – Call Letter K9SCD. He is survived by 1 son, Gary F. (Cheryl) Hoffstetter of Staunton, IL; 1 daughter, Anna M. (Hal) Bumgarner of Chanute, KS; 4 grandchildren, Nicholas & Theodore Hoffstetter and Tristen & Nelson Bumgarner; 1 brother, Gerald (Hilda) Hoffstetter of New York; and 1 sister, Geraldine (Russell) Rhodes of Schram City, IL. Many cousins, nieces, and nephews also survive. He was preceded in death by his wife and parents. Friends may call from 9 to 11 AM on Friday, November 4, 2016 at Williamson Funeral Home in Staunton. Funeral services will follow at 11 AM at the Williamson Funeral Home in Staunton with Rev. Flo Scott officiating. Burial will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery in Staunton, IL. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society or to the ALS Foundation.

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Hilda Marie (Roady) Hoffstetter's husband Gerald W. Hoffstetter's brother Gary G. Hoffstetter's wife Barbara Jean (Friedman) Hoffstetter's obituary - Barbara Jean Hoffstetter, age 71 of Greenville, passed away at 5:05 p.m. Sunday, August 11, 2013 at Alhambra Care Center. Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday, August 16, at the Donnell-Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville with Rev. Dr. Shalom Renner officiating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery, Staunton, Illinois. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at the Donnell-Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville. For those who desire, memorials may be made to Relay for Life. Barbara Jean, the daughter of Jacob Friedman and Theodora Cohen Friedman, was born October 25, 1941 in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of 4, she moved with her family to Nuremberg, Germany where her father was a communication specialist covering the Nuremberg Trials. The family then moved to Morocco, Barbara attended the local schools there and graduated High School in the Philippines. Barbara and Gary Hoffstetter were united in marriage on March 14, 1970 in Greensboro, North Carolina. After their marriage, Barbara and Gary lived at the Marshall Islands were Gary did work for the Defense Department. They then moved to North Dakota for 3 years, Topeka, Kansas for 2 years and then to St. Louis, Missouri where they made their home for 25 years as Gary worked for South Western Bell. In 1997 Barbara and Gary moved to Dallas, Texas as the corporate office for South Western Bell had moved. Greenville, Illinois was the final destination moving here in 2004. Barbara was very active and on the committee for the Bond County Relay for Life. Barbara is a member of the Red Hat Society. She is the mother of Gary Fred (Cheryl) Hoffstetter of Staunton, Illinois and Anna (Hal) Bumgarner of Chanute, Kansas. Also surviving is a sister Lee Grossman of Concord, North Carolina and 4 grandchildren; Nicholas, Theodore, Nelson and Tristen.

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(4aa) Pearl and Effie (Wandrei) Roady's son Phillip Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. He is married to Deanne and they live in Taylorville, IL.

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(5aa) Pearl and Effie (Wandrei) Roady's son Edwin Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. His wife's name is Susan and they live in Taft, Calif.

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(2a) Solomon T. and Rosetta (Franz) Roady's son Solomon W. Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. He died 3-12-1934. He is buried at Moore Cemetery, Fidelity Township, Jersey County, IL. He married Sarah White. She died in 1984. Soloman and Sarah (White) Roady had 4 children-Soloman Roady, Virgil Roady, Joyce Roady, and Kenneth Roady.

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Solomon W. Roady's wife Sarah (White) Roady's obituary - Sarah (White) Roady, died in 1984. Sarah B. Roady, 76, formerly of the Piasa area died at St. Elizabeth hospital in Granite City. Born in Fidelity Township, daughter of the late John & Myrtle (Ryan) White. She married Solomon Roady in 1926, and he died in 1934. She leaves 4 sons, Solomon of Brighton, Virgil of Godfrey, Joyce of Dover, Tennessee, and Kenneth of Pennsylvania; 13 grandchildren, and 22 g-grandchildren. Burial in Brighton cemetery.

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(1aa) Solomon and Sarah (White) Roady's son Virgil W. Roady's obituary - Virgil W. Roady, 83, died at 6:47 p.m. Friday, April 19, 2013, at Rosewood Care Center in Alton. Born July 14, 1929, in Jersey County, he was the son of Solomon and Sarah (Watson) Roady. He retired as a carpenter for J.C. Smith Construction Company in Godfrey and was a member of the North Alton Southern Baptist Church. On July 1, 1950, he married the former Doris Scates in Alton. She survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Karen Schremp (Lester) of Barnhart, Mo., and Judy Hicks (Russell) of Dow; one son, Jim Roady (Carlotta) of Alton; eight grandchildren, Jeremiah Hicks, Charity Wilson (Tim), Sara Price (Steven), Jason Schremp (Rachel), Valerie Combs (Nathan), Jenesa Maggart (Anthony), Brandon Roady (Tiffany), and Ian Roady, 10 great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Solomon Roady (Audrey) of Brighton, and Joyce Roady of Granite City. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Kenneth Roady. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at Gent Funeral Home in Alton, where funeral services will be at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The Rev. Sonny Renken will officiate. Burial will be at Upper Alton Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the North Alton Southern Baptist Church. Online guestbook and information may be found at www.gentfuneralhome.com

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Virgil W. Roady's wife Doris M. (Scates) Roady's obituary - Doris M. Roady, 86, died at 2:25 p.m. Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at St. Anthony’s Health Center in Alton with her family present. Born May 18, 1928 in Alton, she was the daughter of Charles H. and Ruby E. (McCoy) Scates. Mrs. Roady was a charter member and the longest living member of the North Alton Southern Baptist Church. On July 1, 1950 she married Virgil Roady. He preceded her in death on April 19, 2013. Surviving are two daughters, Karen Schremp (Lester) of Barnhart, MO, and Judy Hicks (Russell) of Dow, one son, Jim Roady (Carlotta) of Alton, eight grandchildren, Sara Price (Steven), Jason Schremp (Rachel), Valerie Combs, Jeremy Hicks, Charity Wilson (Tim), Jenesa Maggart (Anthony), Brandon Roady (Tiffany) and Ian Roady, 14 great grandchildren, Kody, Samantha and Jacob Lewis, Brianna, Elissa and Dalton Price, Alie and Anya Combs, Leah and Emily Maggart, Taylor Roady, and Jamysia and King Murphy, and a brother, Richard Scates of Fosterburg. She was preceded in death by her parents and a baby brother. Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Friday, December 19, 2014 at Gent Funeral Home in Alton where funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 20, 2014. Reverend Sonny Renken will officiate. Burial will be at Upper Alton Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the North Alton Southern Baptist Church.

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(3a) Solomon T. and Rosetta (Franz) Roady's son Raymond T. Roady's obituary - Raymond T. Roady, died 03-28-1980. Raymond T. Roady, 73, Rural Route 1 Bethalto, died at 4 pm March 28, at Scott Air Force base hospital. Roady was born September 6, 1906 in Jersey County, the son of the Late Solomon & Rose (Franz) Roady. He married Dorothy (Willis) Roady February 22, 1944 in Granite City. He was a retired Master Sergeant in the US Air Force, having served in WWII and Korea.

He is survived by his wife, 1 brother Roady of Granite City; and 2 sisters, Florence Watson of Brighton and Rosetta Jacobs, Bunker Hill. Funeral services were held March 31 at Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville with Rev. Garold Cooper officiating. Burial was in Kane cemetery. Memorials may be given to charity of one's choice.

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Raymond T. Roady's wife Dorothy (Willis) Roady's obituary - Dorothy (Willis) Roady, 91, died at 3:44 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home. She was born in English Township, Jersey County, on June 24, 1919, the last surviving child born to the late Algie and Dollie (Turner) Willis. She married Raymond Roady on Feb. 22, 1945, in Granite City. He died March 28, 1980. Surviving are numerous nieces and nephews, including Ruth Ann Dunham and her husband, Richard, of Kane, and several great-nieces and nephews, including Evan Jones and his wife, Kina, of Jerseyville and Andrea Craigmiles, and her husband, Darin, of Kane. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Ralph Willis, Rayburn Willis and Wayne Willis; and five sisters, Eva Fink, Allie Krueger, Irma Croxford, Amy Willis and Hazel Shanks. Visitation will be from 1 p.m. until time of funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14, at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Burial will be in the Kane Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the activity department at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home.

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(4a) Solomon T. and Rosetta (Franz) Roady's daughter Rosetta Roady married a man who's last name was Jacobs and they lived in Bunker Hill, IL.

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(5a) Solomon T. and Rosetta (Franz) Roady's daughter Florence "Tossie" Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. She married Paul W. Watson 8-30-1952 in Jerseyville, IL. He died September 7, 1989.

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Florence "Tossie" (Roady) Watson's husband Paul W. Watson's obituary - Paul W. Watson, died 09-07-1989. Paul W Watson, 69, died September 7, 1989, at his home. Watson was a US Air Force corporal in WW II, and was manager of Alton-Wood River Sportsman's Club for 26 years, retiring in 1985. Born in Jersey County, his parents were the late James & Lottie (Tucker) Watson. He married the former Florence "Tossie" (Roady) Watson, on August 30, 1952, in Jerseyville.

Surviving are his wife; 1 stepdau, Rose Kult of Columbia, IL; 1 stepson, Bill Haun of Jerseyville; 10 grandchildren; 15 g-grandchildren; 5 sisters, Verna Marshall and Evelyn Dwyer, both of Jerseyville, Vera Bock, Alton, Alta Faye Tuetken of Tampa, FL, and Christina Maxeiner, Brighton; 2 brothers, Laverne and Raymond Watson both of Brighton. Preceding him in death were 1 grandson; 2 g-grandchildren; 1 sister, Veriel Sullivan; and 3 brothers, Earl, Melvin and Alfred Watson. Arrangements pending at Targhetta Funeral home, Brighton.

(2) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's daughter Charlotte B. Roady was born Sept. 3, 1893 in Jersey County, Illinois, and died May 1967. She was buried in Kane cemetery, Green County, IL. She was married at Fidelity on September 6, 1911, to Charles E. Daniels. The death of her husband occurred in December 1963. They lived in Alton, IL. Children of Charles and Charlotte (Roady) Daniels were-James I. Daniels, William "Bill" Daniels, Charles Daniels Jr., Eva Daniels, Muriel Daniels, and Rose Daniels.

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Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's daughter Charlotte B. (Roady) Daniels's obituary - Charlotte B. (Roady) Daniels, born 09-03-1893, Jersey County, Illinois, died 05-1967, buried Kane cemetery. Charlotte B. Daniels, 73, of Alton, died at noon Thursday at St. Anthony Hospital. She had been in ill health since November and a patient for 12 days. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 pm at Staten Chapel in Alton. Rev. Merle Stanton of Jamesport, Missouri, officiated and burial was in Kane cemetery.

Mrs Daniels was a daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. (Campbell) Roady and was born in Jersey County on September 6, 1893. She attended Fidelity schools and was married at Fidelity on September 6, 1911, to Charles E. Daniels. Mrs Daniels had been a resident of Alton since 1921. The death of her husband occurred in December 1963.

Surviving her are 3 sons, Charles, Jr., James and William, and 3 daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Mead, Mrs. Muriel Harshbarger and Mrs. Frank Greenwell, all of Alton; 1 sister, Mrs. Alice Downs of Jerseyville and 1 brother, J. C. Roady of Sullivan, Indiana, 34 grandchildren and 36 g-grandchildren.

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(1a) Charles and Charlotte (Roady) Daniels's son James I. Daniels's obituary - DANIELS, JAMES I. The Telegraph, Alton, IL., May 20, 2002 - GODFREY - James I. Daniels, 73, died at noon Friday, May 17, 2002, at Alton Memorial Hospital. He was born June 21, 1928, in Alton to Charles and Charlotte (Roady) Daniels. He married the former Lorraine Wyhs June 22, 1963, in Alton. She survives. He retired from Temple Cleaners in Alton after 33 years of dedicated service and was in law enforcement in Medora. Also surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, James and Jackie Daniels of Alton; four daughters and sons-in-law, Sheila and James Cunningham of Holly, Colo., Kathy and Marvin Easley of Greenfield, Karen and Leland Walker of Clinton, Ill., and LoriAnn and John Brewer of Medora; 12 grandchildren, Jason and Jesse Daniels, Penny, Jamie and Julie Cunningham, Jayme Daniels, Michael and Steven Easley, Tonya Wolfe, Kelsey and Shelby Brewer and Kevin Walker; two sisters-in-law, Elsie Daniels of Odin and Juanita Daniels of Godfrey; and many nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant son, Harvey Daniels; two brothers, Charles and William "Bill" Daniels; and three sisters, Eva Meed, Murriel Harshburger and Rose Greenwell. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. Monday at Targhetta Funeral Home in Medora, where funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. The Rev. Mike Mohr will officiate. Burial will follow at Kane Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the family.

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(2a) Charles and Charlotte (Roady) Daniels's son William "Bill" Daniels's obituary - DANIELS, WILLIAM - The Telegraph - Alton IL, Nov. 11, 1996 - William "Bill" Daniels, 66, died at 4:44 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, 1996, at his home. The Korean War veteran was employed as a car man for Norfolk Southern Railroad for 39 years, retiring July 9, 1992. He was a well known steel guitar player in the Alton area for more than 50 years. A son of the late Charles and Charlotte (Roady) Daniels, he was born May 16, 1930, in Alton. He married the former Juanita Zumwalt Feb. 14, 1970, in Alton. She survives. Also surviving are three daughters and a son-in-law, Debbie Neuhaus of Godfrey, Cindy and Kenny McDonald of Alton and Bobbie Kovach of Marion; six sons, James Davis of Gillespie, William R. Daniels II of Hartford, Danny Davis of Ashley, Ill., Robert Davis of Godfrey, William Daniels of Texas and Scott Daniels of Decatur; 22 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and two brothers and sisters-in-law, James and Lorraine Daniels of Alton and Charles and Elsie Daniels of Oden. Preceding him in death were three sisters, Eva Mead, Muriel Harshbarger and Rose Greenwell. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Staten Funeral Home in Alton, where services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Darrin Carstens. Burial will be in Kane Cemetery. Memorials be made to the New Testament Fellowship Church.

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William "Bill" Daniels's wife Juanita June (Castro) Daniels's obituary - DANIELS, JUANITA JUNE CASTRO - The Telegraph, Alton, IL., April 20, 2003 - Juanita June Daniels, 76, died 9at:25 a.m. Saturday, April 19, 2003, at her home with her family at her side, while under the care of the BJC Hospice program. She was born Nov. 19, 1926, in Oklahoma City to Marshall and Bobbie (Hobbs) Castro. She married William Daniels on Feb. 14, 1970, in Alton. He died Nov. 9, 1996. An Olin Corp. employee for more than 30 years, she retired from her job as a laboratory technician in 1991. For many years, she had her own band, known as Sweet Clover, enjoyed playing the bass guitar and was an avid painter. She was a member of New Testament Fellowship in Alton, Fraternal Order of Eagles Wood River Lodge 2773 and Wood River Moose Lodge 1349. She will always be remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She is survived and will be greatly missed by three daughters and a son-in-law, Jeannine and William Ward of Alton and Bobbie Kovach and Debbie Neuhaus, both of Godfrey; two sons and a daughter-in-law, James and Mary Davis of Gillespie and Robert Davis Jr. of St. Louis; a stepdaughter and her husband, Cindy and Kenneth McDonald of Alton; two stepsons and a spouse, William Daniels of Wood River and Danny and Sheila Daniels of Ashley, Ill.; 25 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; other extended family; and many dear friends. Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two grandchildren, Kimberly Beasley and Kelly Harshbarger. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Staten-Fine Funeral Home in Alton, where services honoring her life will be Wednesday; time is pending. Burial will follow at Kane Cemetery. Memorials may be made to BJC Hospice program or to the Oasis Women's Center in Alton.

(3) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's daughter Mary G. (Roady) Grant's obituary - Mary G. (Roady) Grant, 76, of Alton, former resident of Jersey county, died December 8, at St. Joseph hospital, Alton. Funeral services were held December 13, at Burke funeral home, Alton. Elder Paul Higbey, pastor of Roxana Church of Christ, officiated and burial was in Upper Alton cemetery. Mrs Grant was a daughter of the late Campbell G & Angeline (Williams) Roady. She was born in Jerseyville on December 28, 1877. She had resided in Alton since the early 1900's. She was the wife of George Grant, who with 3 of her own children preceded her in death. She had been the mother of 4 children and foster mother to 2.

Surviving are 1 Son, Otis L Roady of Decatur. The foster children are Harold Fugate of Tulsa, OK, 22 whom Mrs Grant had reared since he was 2 and Ernest Lee Wyatt of Alton, 11 who was at the Grant home since he was 2 months. A granddaughter, Mrs Mary Ehlers, Godfrey came to live with her grandmother at the age of 9 months. Also surviving are 1 brother, Elder J C Roady, Evangelist of the Church of Christ at Sullivan, IN; 3 sisters, Mrs George Downs of Jerseyville, Mrs Roy Lawrence of Bethalto and Mrs Charles Daniels Sr. of Alton, 34 grandchildren and 57 g-grandchildren.

(4) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's daughter Lucy E. Roady was born in Jersey County, IL. She married Leigh Roy Lawrence in 1907 in Jersey County, IL. He died 28 Mar. 1968. Leigh Roy Lawrence and Lucy (Roady) Lawrence had 5 children-Angeline Lawrence, Martha Lawrence, Leigh Ray Lawrence, Paul Lawrence, and Marie Lawrence.

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Lucy (Roady) Lawrence's husband Leigh Roy Lawrence's obituary - Leigh Roy Lawrence, died 28 Mar. 1968: "L. Lawrence funeral held in Bethalto": Funeral services were held in Bethalto at the Smith funeral home Wednesday morning for Leigh Roy Lawrence, 87, a native of Jersey county. Rev. Melvin Stanton of Jamesport, Mo., officiated and burial was in Bethalto city cemetery. Mr. Lawrence, 87, retired employee of Olin Industries, died Monday at Eunice Smith Nursing Home in Alton. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James N. Lawrence, he was born in Jersey county on 23 Oct. 1880.

His survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Angeline Lawrence and Mrs. Martha Norman of Cottage Hills, two sons, Leigh Ray of Alton and Paul of St. Louis, 19 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. His wife, the former Lucy Roady, whom he married at Fidelity in 1907, and a daughter, Mrs. Marie Hazzard, preceded him in death.

(5) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's daughter Augusta Angeline Roady was born 30 Mar 1885 in Jersey Co., IL. She married James W. Baker 8-8-1907 in Jersey County, IL. She married James W. Baker 8-8-1907 in Jersey County, IL, and they had 2 sons-Kenneth Baker and William C. Baker.

(6) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's daughter Alice Isabelle Roady was born 1 Sep 1880 in Jersey Co., IL, and died 17 Jun in 1969 in IL. She is buried at Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville, IL. She married George I. Downs 7-18-1897 in Jersey County, IL. He was born in 1868 and died 9-22-1943. He is buried at Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville, IL. They lived in Jerseyville, IL. Children of George Downs and Alice Isabelle (Roady) Downs were-Earl Lester Downs; Edna Christina Downs; Harriet Lenora Downs; Lucy Belle Downs; Everett Oscar Downs born 18 Sep 1897 in Jersey Co., IL; Evaline Angeline Downs born 13 Oct 1898 in Jersey Co., IL; Mae Downs born 1901 in Jersey Co., IL; and Nellie Isabelle Downs born 15 Jul 1906 in Jersey Co., IL.

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(1aa) George and Alice Isabelle (Roady) Downs's grandson and their son Everett Oscar Downs's son Glynn L. Downs's obituary - Died 02-20-1976. Glynn L. Downs, 58, died February 20 at Jersey Community hospital. Services were conducted from Gubser Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Rev. Claude Evans, pastor of Paradise Baptist Church officiating. Interment was in Oak Grove cemetery. He was born January 13, 1918 in Jersey County, a son of Everett & Velma (Hunter) Downs of Fidelity vicinity. Downs was a livestock and grain farmer. Surviving are his wife of 40 years, Mrs. Linna (Porter) Downs; 1 sister, Mrs. Clifford (Isabelle) Keyes of Ashland; 1 brother, George of Wyoming, nieces and nephews. Memorials may be given to the heart fund.

(7) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's son Elder John Campbell Roady was born 4 Sep 1887 in Jersey Co., IL. He married 2 Nov 1913 in Hamburg, Calhoun Co., IL to Martha Wilson born 10 Oct 1887 in Hamburg, Calhoun Co., IL. John C. Roady was an Evangelist of The Church of Christ, and lived in Sullivan, IN.

(8) Campbell G. and Angeline A. (Williams) Roady's son Nathanial Allen Roady was born 19 May 1883 in Jersey Co., IL, and died 19 Jun 1947 in Alton, Madison Co., IL. He married Bessie McIntyre 23 May 1919 in Hamburg, Calhoun Co., IL. They had a son Nathaniel Arthur Roady born 7 Mar 1921 in Hamburg, Calhoun Co., IL. He died 4 Dec 1976 in Moline, Rock Island Co., IL.

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