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Cemetery, church & family records of Illinois

[compiled by] D.A.R. Cooksville, Illinois
Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
[194-?]
75 leaves.

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Contents: Marriage records of Knox County, Illinois, 1852-1853 -- Some old settlers' obituaries of Champaign County, Illinois, 1943- 1944 -- Mitchell Cemetery of Coles County, Illinois -- Salem Cemetery of Coles County, Illinois -- Family lineages: Milledge- Millage, William Dillon-Dillwn, Van Gaasbeck, Richard Lake-Jean Campbell, Ebenezer Sharp -- Family bibles: Allen, Quigg, Ostrom, George W. Allen, Wing, Harris, Merritt, Daniels, Joseph Hamilton, Robert Hamilton, James Wills, S.A.R. Wills, Gregory, Austin, Callaway, Sickafoose -- Will of John Constant, a mayflower line, Brewster-Abbott -- Poem by Helen Phillips Vickers -- Logan County History Lincoln, Illinois -- Five churches of early McLean County -- One church at Princeton, Illinois.

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