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    1. [ILWILL] [COOK-CO-IL] U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007-- Great new Ancestry database!
    2. Ruth Susmarski via
    3. Yes, it likely is a work in progress, Joseph, but this new database has so much more information than the SSDI, which essentially had a person's name, birth date, death date, place the card was issued and place of death. It may be a hit-or-miss thing, but I had great success with this new database.  It is definitely worth checking out. Ruth PS - You're lucky to see Ancestry announcements.  I stumbled upon the database at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library and just wanted to share.  From: Joseph Martin <illinoisgenie@gmail.com> To: Ruth Susmarski <rususmar@yahoo.com> Cc: Cook County <cook-co-il@rootsweb.com>; Polish Chicago <chicago-polish@rootsweb.com>; Will County <ilwill@rootsweb.com>; Van Buren MI County <mivanbur@rootsweb.com>; Oconto WI County <wioconto@rootsweb.com>; Erie NY County <nyerie@rootsweb.com>; Erie PA County <paerie@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2015 4:13 PM Subject: Re: [COOK-CO-IL] U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007-- Great new Ancestry database! Last Saturday I spent an hour at my local public library with this database. I had a list of 20 names, and I had the exact SS number for 14 of them. In short, I found 4 of them. That was quite disappointing. If I recall the Ancestry announcement, this new database has 49 million names. In 2011, the SSDI had over 89 million records, which can only be more today. Thus, this new Ancestry database is clearly a work in process. Joseph Martin Romeoville, Illinois On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 3:19 PM, Ruth Susmarski via <cook-co-il@rootsweb.com> wrote: For those who may not be aware, Ancestry has added a great new database (as of July 22, 2015, I believe) titled: U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007 For anyone, myself included, who ordered Applications from the Social Security Administration (at a cost of somewhere around $27) in the past to advance their research in the hopes of obtaining birth dates, parents' names and/or birth locations, this database is a dream come true! Particularly if you are researching women, at the bottom of the results it lists the various names under which they were known thus, in some cases, revealing surnames that would indicate a previously unknown marriage.  The dates of the name changes are listed, but they can be misleading.  I found some where it appears the SSA was notified of the name change right after the marriage took place, and others that waited years before notifying the SSA. If, like me, you don't or can't afford to subscribe to Ancestry, it is definitely worth a trip to the library. Ruth ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to COOK-CO-IL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message -- Life is lived forwards, but understood backwards.  P  Pleaseconsider the environment before printing this e-mail.    

    07/30/2015 03:32:03
    1. [ILWILL] U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007-- Great new Ancestry database!
    2. Ruth Susmarski via
    3. For those who may not be aware, Ancestry has added a great new database (as of July 22, 2015, I believe) titled: U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007 For anyone, myself included, who ordered Applications from the Social Security Administration (at a cost of somewhere around $27) in the past to advance their research in the hopes of obtaining birth dates, parents' names and/or birth locations, this database is a dream come true! Particularly if you are researching women, at the bottom of the results it lists the various names under which they were known thus, in some cases, revealing surnames that would indicate a previously unknown marriage.  The dates of the name changes are listed, but they can be misleading.  I found some where it appears the SSA was notified of the name change right after the marriage took place, and others that waited years before notifying the SSA. If, like me, you don't or can't afford to subscribe to Ancestry, it is definitely worth a trip to the library. Ruth

    07/30/2015 02:19:53
    1. Re: [ILWILL] [COOK-CO-IL] U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007-- Great new Ancestry database!
    2. Antoinette Waughtel Sorensen via
    3. Thank you for letting us know - I get so busy researching while on Ancestry that I don't even think to look for new items - I decided to check it out when I read your message and FOUND the father's name of a "long ago" distant cousin. What a find for me since I have been working on my Waughtel family history for ages and ages. Now I will be going back into that site and checking further. Thank you. Antoinette (Tacoma, Washington) On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 2:32 PM, Ruth Susmarski via <ilwill@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Yes, it likely is a work in progress, Joseph, but this new database has so much more information than the SSDI, which essentially had a person's name, birth date, death date, place the card was issued and place of death. > It may be a hit-or-miss thing, but I had great success with this new database. It is definitely worth checking out. > Ruth > PS - You're lucky to see Ancestry announcements. I stumbled upon the database at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library and just wanted to share. > > From: Joseph Martin <illinoisgenie@gmail.com> > To: Ruth Susmarski <rususmar@yahoo.com> > Cc: Cook County <cook-co-il@rootsweb.com>; Polish Chicago <chicago-polish@rootsweb.com>; Will County <ilwill@rootsweb.com>; Van Buren MI County <mivanbur@rootsweb.com>; Oconto WI County <wioconto@rootsweb.com>; Erie NY County <nyerie@rootsweb.com>; Erie PA County <paerie@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2015 4:13 PM > Subject: Re: [COOK-CO-IL] U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007-- Great new Ancestry database! > > Last Saturday I spent an hour at my local public library with this database. I had a list of 20 names, and I had the exact SS number for 14 of them. In short, I found 4 of them. That was quite disappointing. > > If I recall the Ancestry announcement, this new database has 49 million names. In 2011, the SSDI had over 89 million records, which can only be more today. > > Thus, this new Ancestry database is clearly a work in process. > > Joseph Martin > Romeoville, Illinois > > > > On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 3:19 PM, Ruth Susmarski via <cook-co-il@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > For those who may not be aware, Ancestry has added a great new database (as of July 22, 2015, I believe) titled: > U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY APPLICATIONS AND CLAIMS INDEX, 1936-2007 > For anyone, myself included, who ordered Applications from the Social Security Administration (at a cost of somewhere around $27) in the past to advance their research in the hopes of obtaining birth dates, parents' names and/or birth locations, this database is a dream come true! > Particularly if you are researching women, at the bottom of the results it lists the various names under which they were known thus, in some cases, revealing surnames that would indicate a previously unknown marriage. The dates of the name changes are listed, but they can be misleading. I found some where it appears the SSA was notified of the name change right after the marriage took place, and others that waited years before notifying the SSA. > If, like me, you don't or can't afford to subscribe to Ancestry, it is definitely worth a trip to the library. > Ruth > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to COOK-CO-IL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > -- > > Life is lived forwards, but understood backwards. > > P Pleaseconsider the environment before printing this e-mail. > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    07/30/2015 08:39:47
    1. [ILWILL] LUBNO (Podkarpackie) Poland
    2. Ruth Susmarski via
    3. Just wondering if anyone on the above lists is researching family from LUBNO (Podkarpackie) Poland.  The village is near the city of Dynow at the foothills of the Subcarpathian Mountains and close to the Ukrainian border.  During the Partitions of Poland it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.  The village is sometimes referred to in records as LUBNA. My family branches from this village are Burdasz, Pudlik, Hrycko, Knysz, Laskowy. Ruth

    03/13/2015 12:03:24
    1. [ILWILL] Eliasz Kozdron
    2. Ruth Susmarski via
    3.  Does anyone have ELIASZ KOZDRON in their family tree?  I am looking for information on his marriage and his death. His wife's first name was JULIA, and supposedly ELIASZ died in the 1918 Influenza Pandemic.  His WWI Draft Registration indicates he was still single as of June 5, 1917 and living in Harvey, IL. Julia had family in Chicago and remarried there to GEORGE BUTUS in 1920.  Many variations of JULIA's maiden name are LASKOWY, LASKOWA, LASKOVY, LASKOVA, LESKI. Thanks,Ruth

    02/09/2015 01:45:49
    1. [ILWILL] (no subject)
    2. Marialice Horn via
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    09/21/2014 12:22:24
    1. [ILWILL] MOTTINGER Family Autograph Albums
    2. Shelley Cardiel via
    3. I've "rescued" two old autograph albums belonging to George H. MOTTINGER of Illinois. The albums contain entries from both family and friends dating from 1878 to 1883, including from George's brother Arthur L. MOTTINGER, his sister Ida MOTTINGER, and other ANGLEMIRE and BOPP Family members. Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding George and his family: George Henry MOTTINGER was b. 16 Jul 1862 in Joliet, IL to parents Noah Daniel MOTTINGER (b. 10 Sept 1837 in Greensburg, OH-1921) and Mildred Rosette or Rosetta Lucyetta A. ANGLEMIRE or ANGLEMEIR (b. 7 Sept 1836 in Mt. Bethel, PA-1921). George was one of 5 children born to this couple including George Henry; Amy May; Arthur Lewis; Ida Belle; and Gertrude Estelle MOTTINGER, all born between 1863 and 1876. George was married more than once, first to Caroline KIMES, then Martha P. BOPP (1860-1909) and then after Martha's death to Olga E. WESTERMEYER (1881-1943). George died 14 Jul 1936 in Pasco, WA and is buried in the Riverview Heights Cemetery in Kennewick, WA. His first wife Martha was b. 20 Sept 1860 in Hawkeye, IA to parents John Michael BOPP and Margaretha SCHMIDT. Martha and George married 28 Aug 1882 in Windsor, IA, later moving to the Dakotas and then to Walla Walla, WA in 1892. They moved into Umatilla, OR where they taught school for a few years and then decided on farming in Washington State. Martha died 14 May 1909 in Pendleton, OR where she was being treated for typhoid fever and is buried in the Hawkeye Cemetery in Hawkeye, IA. Arthur Lewis MOTTINGER was b. 20 Sept 1868 in DuPage Township, Will Co., IL to the same parents. Arthur married Lorena Algaretta "Retta" WEBB (1874-1937) and together they had three children, Neva Geraldine; Verna Algaretta; and Eugene Lewis MOTTINGER, all born between 1898 and 1912. Arthur also had a sister Gertrude Estelle MOTTINGER (1875-1959). Arthur was a VP at the Goodrich Rubber Company in Akron, OH and died 6 Oct 1935 in Akron, OH and is buried in the Highland Park Cemetery in Highland Hills, OH. Clara ANGLEMIRE was b. abt 1865 in IL to parents Emanuel ANGLEMIRE (b. 19 Jun 1810 in Northampton Co. PA) and Mary Anna DILLDINE. Elizabeth ANGELMIRE was b. 26 Oct 1866 in Plainfield, IL to the same parents and d. 2 Jul 1938 in Joliet, IL and is buried in the Naperville Cemetery in Naperville, IL. Entries in the albums are as follows: George MOTTINGER Du Page, Illinois Autograph Book Family: . Ida MOTTINGER "Sister" . Arthur L. MOTTINGER, 19 Jun 1881, Dupage, Will Co. Ill . Lizzie ANGLEMIRE, Du Page PO . Clara ANGLEMIRE, 11 Feb 1878 Friends: . Mary WALKER, 11 Feb 1878 . Cora S. EMERY, 11 Feb 1878 . Maggie REID, 11 Feb 1878 . E. W. LINDEN, 19 Jul 1879 . Ida E. BRUNSON, 12 Aug 1879, Lockport, Illinois . Agnes REID, 11 Feb 1878, Du Page, Ill . John M. LINDEN, 19 Jul 1879, Chicago . William BENKELMAN . Carrie S. GEORGE, 1 Aug 1880, Princton, Ills . J. L. CALDWELL of Sheldon, Ill in Naperville, Ill . "Florine", 13 Jan 1878 . Lizzie REID, 11 Feb 1878 . "Ida M." 20 Apr 1881 . Ettie FARSELL, 21 Jul 1879, Chicago, Ill G. H. MOTTINGER Autograph Album Family: . Ida MOTTINGER, 2 Jan 1882, DuPage . "Letha G. C.", 27 Feb 1882, Naperville, "Cousin" . "Aunt Nellie", 29 Oct 1881, Chicago "Aunt" . "Clara A.", 19 Nov, Du Page . Mattie BOPP, 20 Sept 1883, Windsor, Iowa Friends: . Mrs. Minnie SIMMS, 6 Feb 1881, Naperville . J. Jay SIMMS, 6 Feb 1881, Naperville . Kittie ROBER, 6 Feb 1880, Naperville . Irvin WALKER from Detroit Mich, 6 Feb 1881, Naperville . Mrs. Irvin WALKER aka Lucile ALLEN . Arne WALKER . Ozro HILL, Waterman, Ill . L. BROWN, Naperville, Ill . H. C. THOMAS of Brant Lake, Dakota Terr, 11 Feb 1883 . J. R. RIFE of Lancaster, Ohio, 8 Jan 1881 . W. B. Cox of Fort Worth, Texas, 8 Feb 1881 . William WILCOX, Cantara, Dak . Dora A. SAMMARS, 10 Jan 1883, Brant Lake . Fred E. FISHER, 24 Feb 1883, Brant Lake, Lake Co. . Lewis I. FISHER, 24 Feb 1883, Brant Lake . Fred H. FISHER, 3 Apr 1883, Hawkeye, Iowa . F. W. STREETS . John L. BESTROM . L. WEIVERS, 8 Feb 1881, Naperville I am hoping to be able to return the albums to family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    07/17/2014 02:38:51
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    04/14/2014 02:12:48
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    04/13/2014 09:07:35
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    03/20/2014 08:24:57
    1. Re: [ILWILL] Homer Twp.
    2. Missy
    3. Hi Jackie, No we're not related but we have common relatives. I've been helping you with your Buchmeier's/Seeman's. The name I was looking for is Pronge/Prange/Prange. Missy ----- Original Message ----- From: "jackie mccarty" <jackie_44_2000@yahoo.com> To: <ilwill@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, November 25, 2013 8:02 PM Subject: Re: [ILWILL] Homer Twp. Hey Missy, Are you related to me? Just want to see if this is who I think it is? Plus what is the name you are looking for? Jackie Heaven is a time with no past, present, or future....it is always now. On Monday, November 25, 2013 5:13 PM, Missy <manoxon@dmci.net> wrote: Hi List, I'm 99 percent sure that I found my great-grandmother's family on the 1880 census in Homer Twp. Great-grandma wasn't born yet. All I know is taht she was one of fifteen children and I'm not sure of all their names. Does anyone know what Lutheran church may have been around Homer Twp.? Missy in Michigan ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/26/2013 12:27:56
    1. [ILWILL] Homer Twp.
    2. Missy
    3. Hi List, I'm 99 percent sure that I found my great-grandmother's family on the 1880 census in Homer Twp. Great-grandma wasn't born yet. All I know is taht she was one of fifteen children and I'm not sure of all their names. Does anyone know what Lutheran church may have been around Homer Twp.? Missy in Michigan

    11/25/2013 12:10:01
    1. Re: [ILWILL] Homer Twp.
    2. jackie mccarty
    3. Hey Missy,    Are you related to me? Just want to see if this is who I think it is? Plus what is the name you are looking for? Jackie Heaven is a time with no past, present, or future....it is always now.   On Monday, November 25, 2013 5:13 PM, Missy <manoxon@dmci.net> wrote: Hi List, I'm 99 percent sure that I found my great-grandmother's family on the 1880 census in Homer Twp. Great-grandma wasn't born yet. All I know is taht she was one of fifteen children and I'm not sure of all their names. Does anyone know what Lutheran church may have been around Homer Twp.? Missy in Michigan ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/25/2013 10:02:42
    1. [ILWILL] John Pierce RANSOM
    2. Lance L. Piatt
    3. I have found a Civil War photo of who I believe is John Pierce RANSOM 2nd LT Co. H 95th Illinois Infantry. The uniform is definitely 1st, 2nd LT, Capt grade. After the War he became the Justice of the Peace in Will County, IL. A good buddy of mine found the old tin photo in his belongings and asked me to see if I can identify the person. In his family only one person served in the Civil War. I am hoping to find other photos of John Pierce RANSOM, to match it with the one I have. Can anyone help? Regards, Lance

    10/25/2013 07:37:40
    1. Re: [ILWILL] YOUNG and EATON Family Photograph
    2. Shelley, our relation to the Eaton family is,John Andrew,brosam ,born Illinois died atlantic iowa,1945, we'd senilesenile Illinois. They both died in Iowa. They had a daughter Ned after seminarians called her last and Kathryn, her middle name . She married Wiley Edward Eaton in Illinois and Wiley and Kathryn are buried in my Zion cemetery in Cole's county Illinois. I have to study the family m or e to find the connection of the Eaton and young . I will get back to you as soon as I am able to. Thanks again. This is great. Charlene brosam. But brosam,are related to ----- Original Message ----- From: Shelley Cardiel <cardiels@comcast.net> To: ILWILL@rootsweb.com Sent: Thu, 26 Sep 2013 22:11:39 -0500 (CDT) Subject: [ILWILL] YOUNG and EATON Family Photograph I've "rescued" an old photograph of Maude YOUNG and Robert Young EATON which indicates that it was taken in 1910 at the C. Murr Studio in Joliet, Illinois. I am guessing that the dating of the photograph isn't correct since Robert appears to be only about 3-4 years old at the time this photograph was taken and records indicate he was born in 1901 or 1902. Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding these two people and their families: Robert Young EATON was b. 31 Mar 1901 in Jackson, IL and d. 1950 and is buried in the Woodlawn Memorial Park I Cemetery in Joliet, IL. Robert was the son of Robert EATON Sr. (1858-1913) and Julietta Ellen or Etta "Julia" YOUNG (1861-1922). Robert was one of 5 children born to this couple including, John Robert; Ernest LeRoy; Harry Lee; Anna Marie Elizabeth; and Robert Young EATON, all born between 1884 and 1901. Maude E. YOUNG was b. 1880 and d. 1970 and is buried in the Browns Church Cemetery in Manhattan, IL. Census records provide the following details: 1900 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: Robert EATON, age 42, born Nov 1857, married 17 years, born IL, parents born Ireland, a Farmer Julia E. EATON, wife, age 39, born Mar 1861, married 17 years, 3 children/3 living, born IL, parents born NY John R. EATON, son, age 16, born Mar 1884, born IL, a Farm Laborer Ernest R. EATON, son, age 13, born Mar 1887, born IL, a Farm Laborer Harry Lee EATON, son, age 10, born Sept 1889, born IL, at School Maud E. YOUNG, niece, age 19, born Dec 1880, born IL, parents born NY Sheldon YOUNG, father-in-law, age 79, born Dec 1820, a widower, born NY, parents born NY 1910 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: Robert EATON, age 52, married 27 years, born IL, parents born Ireland Julia EATON, wife, age 49, married 27 years, 5 children/4 living, born IL, parents born NY Ernest EATON, son, age 23, born IL Harry EATON, son, age 21, born IL Robert EATON, son, age 8, born IL Maud YOUNG, niece, age 29, born WA + 2 Hired Men 1920 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: Julia E. EATON, age 58, a widow, born IL, parents born NY/OH Harry L. EATON, son, age 30, born IL, parents born IL Robert Y. EATON, son, age 18, born IL, parents born IL Hazel F. EATON, granddau, age 10, born KS, parents born IL Gladys M. EATON, granddau, age 7, born IL, parents born IL Maude E. YOUNG, nurse, age 39, born WA, parents born IL/PA 1940 census of Manhattan Township, Will Co., IL: - living in the home of Louisa S. INGRAHAM Maude E. YOUNG, age 59, divorced, born WA, recently living in St. Petersburg, FL, a Nurse/Companion/Housekeeper I am hoping to locate someone from this family so that the photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/27/2013 07:22:26
    1. Re: [ILWILL] YOUNG and EATON Family Photograph
    2. I was,excited for this.,I,am,going to check with family,member and I am,sure wagons is in our family on my,husbands side. Will gat back to you soon. Charlene charlieb@mchsi.com ----- Original Message ----- From: Shelley Cardiel <cardiels@comcast.net> To: ILWILL@rootsweb.com Sent: Thu, 26 Sep 2013 22:11:39 -0500 (CDT) Subject: [ILWILL] YOUNG and EATON Family Photograph I've "rescued" an old photograph of Maude YOUNG and Robert Young EATON which indicates that it was taken in 1910 at the C. Murr Studio in Joliet, Illinois. I am guessing that the dating of the photograph isn't correct since Robert appears to be only about 3-4 years old at the time this photograph was taken and records indicate he was born in 1901 or 1902. Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding these two people and their families: Robert Young EATON was b. 31 Mar 1901 in Jackson, IL and d. 1950 and is buried in the Woodlawn Memorial Park I Cemetery in Joliet, IL. Robert was the son of Robert EATON Sr. (1858-1913) and Julietta Ellen or Etta "Julia" YOUNG (1861-1922). Robert was one of 5 children born to this couple including, John Robert; Ernest LeRoy; Harry Lee; Anna Marie Elizabeth; and Robert Young EATON, all born between 1884 and 1901. Maude E. YOUNG was b. 1880 and d. 1970 and is buried in the Browns Church Cemetery in Manhattan, IL. Census records provide the following details: 1900 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: Robert EATON, age 42, born Nov 1857, married 17 years, born IL, parents born Ireland, a Farmer Julia E. EATON, wife, age 39, born Mar 1861, married 17 years, 3 children/3 living, born IL, parents born NY John R. EATON, son, age 16, born Mar 1884, born IL, a Farm Laborer Ernest R. EATON, son, age 13, born Mar 1887, born IL, a Farm Laborer Harry Lee EATON, son, age 10, born Sept 1889, born IL, at School Maud E. YOUNG, niece, age 19, born Dec 1880, born IL, parents born NY Sheldon YOUNG, father-in-law, age 79, born Dec 1820, a widower, born NY, parents born NY 1910 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: Robert EATON, age 52, married 27 years, born IL, parents born Ireland Julia EATON, wife, age 49, married 27 years, 5 children/4 living, born IL, parents born NY Ernest EATON, son, age 23, born IL Harry EATON, son, age 21, born IL Robert EATON, son, age 8, born IL Maud YOUNG, niece, age 29, born WA + 2 Hired Men 1920 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: Julia E. EATON, age 58, a widow, born IL, parents born NY/OH Harry L. EATON, son, age 30, born IL, parents born IL Robert Y. EATON, son, age 18, born IL, parents born IL Hazel F. EATON, granddau, age 10, born KS, parents born IL Gladys M. EATON, granddau, age 7, born IL, parents born IL Maude E. YOUNG, nurse, age 39, born WA, parents born IL/PA 1940 census of Manhattan Township, Will Co., IL: - living in the home of Louisa S. INGRAHAM Maude E. YOUNG, age 59, divorced, born WA, recently living in St. Petersburg, FL, a Nurse/Companion/Housekeeper I am hoping to locate someone from this family so that the photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/26/2013 04:20:24
    1. Re: [ILWILL] YOUNG and EATON Family Photograph
    2. Nancy Bender Miller
    3. This family is related to me. Robert Eaton is a cousin. If no one claims it I would be interested in the picture. Warm regards, Nancy Bender Miller On Sep 26, 2013 8:13 PM, "Shelley Cardiel" <cardiels@comcast.net> wrote: > I've "rescued" an old photograph of Maude YOUNG and Robert Young EATON > which > indicates that it was taken in 1910 at the C. Murr Studio in Joliet, > Illinois. I am guessing that the dating of the photograph isn't correct > since Robert appears to be only about 3-4 years old at the time this > photograph was taken and records indicate he was born in 1901 or 1902. > Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information > regarding these two people and their families: > > > > Robert Young EATON was b. 31 Mar 1901 in Jackson, IL and d. 1950 and is > buried in the Woodlawn Memorial Park I Cemetery in Joliet, IL. Robert was > the son of Robert EATON Sr. (1858-1913) and Julietta Ellen or Etta "Julia" > YOUNG (1861-1922). Robert was one of 5 children born to this couple > including, John Robert; Ernest LeRoy; Harry Lee; Anna Marie Elizabeth; and > Robert Young EATON, all born between 1884 and 1901. > > > > Maude E. YOUNG was b. 1880 and d. 1970 and is buried in the Browns Church > Cemetery in Manhattan, IL. > > > > Census records provide the following details: > > > > 1900 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: > > > > Robert EATON, age 42, born Nov 1857, married 17 years, born IL, parents > born > Ireland, a Farmer > > Julia E. EATON, wife, age 39, born Mar 1861, married 17 years, 3 children/3 > living, born IL, parents born NY > > John R. EATON, son, age 16, born Mar 1884, born IL, a Farm Laborer > > Ernest R. EATON, son, age 13, born Mar 1887, born IL, a Farm Laborer > > Harry Lee EATON, son, age 10, born Sept 1889, born IL, at School > > Maud E. YOUNG, niece, age 19, born Dec 1880, born IL, parents born NY > > Sheldon YOUNG, father-in-law, age 79, born Dec 1820, a widower, born NY, > parents born NY > > > > 1910 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: > > > > Robert EATON, age 52, married 27 years, born IL, parents born Ireland > > Julia EATON, wife, age 49, married 27 years, 5 children/4 living, born IL, > parents born NY > > Ernest EATON, son, age 23, born IL > > Harry EATON, son, age 21, born IL > > Robert EATON, son, age 8, born IL > > Maud YOUNG, niece, age 29, born WA > > + 2 Hired Men > > > > 1920 census of Jackson Township, Will Co., IL: > > > > Julia E. EATON, age 58, a widow, born IL, parents born NY/OH > > Harry L. EATON, son, age 30, born IL, parents born IL > > Robert Y. EATON, son, age 18, born IL, parents born IL > > Hazel F. EATON, granddau, age 10, born KS, parents born IL > > Gladys M. EATON, granddau, age 7, born IL, parents born IL > > Maude E. YOUNG, nurse, age 39, born WA, parents born IL/PA > > > > 1940 census of Manhattan Township, Will Co., IL: - living in the home of > Louisa S. INGRAHAM > > Maude E. YOUNG, age 59, divorced, born WA, recently living in St. > Petersburg, FL, a Nurse/Companion/Housekeeper > > > > I am hoping to locate someone from this family so that the photograph can > be > returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you > know someone who might be, please contact me. > > > > Thanks, > > Shelley > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > ILWILL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

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