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Pike County Democrat Times - November 17, 1943
MRS. LUCINDA WHITTAKER, GRATTON, JONES of Perry died at 9:10 o'clock Thursday morning in the home of a daughter Mrs. Victor Montequin, at 326 East Jefferson Street here. Funeral services were held in Eddy Chapel Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Russell E. Booker. Burial was in the West cemetery. Mrs. Jones was born in Adams County near Perry, July 30, 1846. She is survived by her husband, Edward Jones of Perry; two sons, Arthur and Frank Gratton; two daughters, Mrs Montequin and Mrs. Pearl Williams of Uhrichsville,O., one brother Issac Whittaker of Baylis, and two sisters, Mrs. James Tucker of Griggsville, and Mrs. James Griewe of Perrry. .....Submitted by Kelly

, wife of Jesse Robinson, who formerly lived on Hanover street, died in Madison,IL. Saturday and was buried here this afternoon. The young couple moved to this city from Illinois a few years previous and about a year ago moved back. In the meantime her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, who live at 550 South Spanish street, moved here and it was on this account that her remains were brought here for interment. Mrs. Robinson was 22 years of age, and the funeral was held from the Presbyterian Church.
 *Note: My Great Grandma is buried at St John's Cemetery in Granite City,IL., in the old section by the church.She was the mother of my Grandpa George Edward Robinson, my mom's Dad......Submitted by Darla Keener

From the Monmouth Review, 13 April 1910
, one of Monmouth's old residents passed away late last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B.F. Duncan, 208 North C Street. He had been ill for about a year, and was confined to his bed for the past two weeks with la grippe, which together with old age was the cause of his death. He was born 24 September 1829 in Preble county, Ohio, and moved to Sunmer township, Warren county, with his parents when a small boy. About forty years ago he retired from the farm and moved to Monmouth where he has lived ever since. The last few years he has made his home with Mrs. Duncan. He was married to Miss Mary Struthers 19 October 1852 and there were born to the couple six children, three of whom are living. They are: A.C. Allen, who lives on a farm near Gerlaw, Mrs. B. F. Duncan of Monmouth, and Charles Duncan of Monmouth. Besides these he leaves one sister, Mrs. Marion Jamison, of Wilsonville, Nebraska. He has been a member of the First United Presbyterian church for a good many years.The funeral will be held from the home of his daughter tomorrow afternoon. Dr. J.A. Burnett of the First United Presbyterian church will officiate. The burial will be made in the Monmouth cemetery .....Submitted by Betty Adams

MRS. LUCY BENNETT, BATES, age 93 years, venerable and respected mother of Windser Bates of Hutton township, died at the son's home, seven and one half miles south of Charleston, at 12:30 o'clock this morning. Death is attributed to pneumonia following a sickness of two weeks. The funeral services will be held at the Hurricane church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Lucy Bennett Bates, born in Delaware county, Ohio, February 19,1826, died in Hutton township January 31, 1919, age 93 years, 11 months and 11 days. She was married to Reuben Bates, March 29, 1846, and the union was blessed with the birth of three children . Henry Bates, George Bates, and Windsor Bates. The father and two sons, Henry and George, have preceded the wife and mother to the grave, leaving the son,Windsor, the only surviving member of the family.  She is also survived by six grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Bates came to Coles County 63 years ago, the husband dying about twenty years ago, in Hutton township, which had been their home since coming to this section of the state. They were included in the prominent and respected citizens."Grandma " Bates, a name by which she was known by all, was a woman possessing the highest character and commanding the highest respect.  She had made Hutton township her home for many years, and has made the acquaintance of all it's people. Despite her well advanced years she enjoyed excellent health, retaining all of her mental faculties, unimpaired eyesight, and was able to get around to better advantage than many people much younger than she. Two weeks ago she was taken ill, and her troubles, owing to her advanced years, did not respond to medical treatment, she passing into the Great Beyond at 12:30 o'clock this (Saturday) morning.  The friends of this good woman, who were many, very deeply grieved to learn of her death, and all were of the one opinion, that the world had been made better by her presence among us.....Submitted by Anna Bell

HILLMAN MAN DROWN IN THUNDER BAY RIVER - A 48 year-old man became Montmorency County's second drowning victim of the year here early Sunday after he fell into a Thunder Bay tributary while fishing.
Dead is: DALE CHARLES MICHAELI, Hillman. The Montmorency County Sheriff's Department reported that Michaeli's body was found floating face up shortly after 7 a.m. in the Brush Creek tributary below the Hillman dam.  Joseph Pascucci, Flint, who was also fishing, spotted the body and notified sheriff's authorities. Michaeli was pronounced dead by Montmorency County Coroner Donald Green. Death was attributed to accidental drowning. Authorities said Michaeli, employed as a maintenance man at the Alpena Hospital, apparently slipped into the water shortly before being spotted by Pascucci.  Officers described the river shoreline as "extremely rocky" at the point where they think Michaeli fell. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Green Funeral Home in Atlanta, with the Rev. David Herbert of Hillman Baptist Church officiating. Burial in Hillman Cemetary. Mr. Michaeli was employed in the maintenance department at the Alpena General Hospital and had lived in Hillman the past 15 years, coming here from Mt. Clemens. He was born July 14, 1922 in Belleville, Illinois, and was a veteran of World War ll, having served in the Navy. He was a member of Hillman Sportsman's Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Rose Marie Babe, whom he married July 14, 1946 in Mt. Clemens: five children, Charles, William and Suzanne at home, Mrs. Rick Williamson (Joann) of Alpena and Mrs. James Rose (Phyllis) of Allen Park: a grandaughter: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Michaeli, and two sisters, Mrs. Marcella Mann and Mrs. Delores Matatall, all of Belleville, Illinois. Date of death: 14 June 1970. 
...Submitted by Jody Micheali

, 24 day-old infant son of Mr. And Mrs. Adam P. Michaeli, of Caseyville township, four miles west of O'Fallon, died at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at O'Fallon.The child was born Jan. 7, 1939 in St. Louis, the mother being the former Dovybelle Wilhelm.  In additon to his parents, he is survived by the folowing halfbrothers and sisters, James, Charles, and Sadie May Scadder of Grayville, Ill., Mrs. Marcella Mann, Dale and Delores Michaeli, all of Belleville. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Schwarz Brothers' Chappel at O'Fallon.  Rev. J. E. Klemme, officiated. Intermient was in the Tiedman cemetary
.....Submitted by Jody Micheali

EMIL P. MICHAELI, SHILOH, DIES AT ONTARIO HOSPITAL - Emil P. Michaeli, 49, of Shiloh, a molder at the Supreme Foundry here, died yesterday at the Victoria Hospital in London, Ontario, Canada.Ill for about a year, Mr. Michaeli left two weeks ago for operation at the Victoria Hospital. He was born at Marissa, April 15, 1904, a son of the late Charles and Mary Stoll Michaeli, and married Melweta Dittle.Besides his wife, he is survived by a brother, Adam Michaeli, of Hartman Lane, rural route 2, O'Fallon, and a sister, Catherine, wife of Fred Winters, of Englewood, Calif.  Four brothers and a sister preceded in death. Funeral arrangements will be completed following the arrival of the body here.  The Pete Gaerdner Funeral Home will be in charge......Submitted by Jody Micheali

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