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Gleanings from "The Kinmundy Express" Compiled by Dolores Ford Mobley Questions, comments, suggestions should be directed to the e-mail address below. The articles on this web site were originally reported in weekly editions of "The Kinmundy Express" also known at one time as "The Marion County Express" which are now located on microfilm at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library - Newspaper Microfilm Depository in Springfield, Illinois.
Please note that the gleanings listed within this compilation do NOT represent entire articles in most cases, but instead, general and summarized information with special interest being focused upon data which is significant to genealogical research.
Interment was made in East Lawn Cemetery in Salem. CLARK and his family were residents of this city, living in what is known as the Mendenhall property.
Louis named Ann Marie. He was in Kinmundy to clarify the matter.
As was her custom when receiving her bimonthly electric bill, she went directly to the postoffice to the bank where she paid the bill to the local collector, A.
Not being able to understand why she should received two bills within two days, she wrote to the Springfield office regarding the matter. The Springfield office referred the matter to the Effingham office began checking and made a big discovery.
This bill had been somewhere on the road for 21 years. It could have laid in the office at Mattoon where the bills were made out ; it could have laid in the postoffice here or at Effingham; or anywhere else along the line.
Thanks very much and keep the home fires burning, but not too high. I would like to subscribe for the paper. Many who send these cards sometimes wonder if the boys get them O.
Funeral arrangements are not complete as we go to press. He is a veteran of WWII and has been in various hospitals for the past 2 years suffering with a back injury. Abbie COX had the children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren with them for Christmas dinner.
Those present were Mr. Other guests were Mr. We are thankful that Cleda could be home for Christmas. At an early age, she united with the Christian Church and at the time of her passing, was a member of the Kinmundy Christian Church.
She married Thomas A. They had 10 children, 3 of whom preceded her in death. She leaves her companion, Thomas; Mrs.
Interment was in Phillips Cemetery.Asbury Library Collection as of 08 Nov Use the search function of your browser to find any combination of words, numbers or letters in any column.
For Windows that would be Ctrl-F, for an Apple product Command-F or Apple-F, etc. GREEN, James L. Beloved husband of Carole Green (nee Levy) for 49 years. Loving father of Michelle Lee and Marci (Wayne) Misch. Devoted grandfather of Alyce (Matt) Roark, Allyson Green, James Lee and Colby Misch and great grandfather of Paityn, Brexlyn and Serenity.
The Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff today welcomed the long-awaited release of the Pike River re-entry plan as a victory for the Pike River community and families of the men killed working in . The original plan of Rotterdam suggested segregation in the living and the working areas.
By late s, this policy had incited much public outcry and created a void in the urban centre. Henceforth, radical rethinking was necessitated.
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A table, attached to a letter dated April 9, from CBC president Hubert Lacroix to the Senate's transport and communication committee, that provides the maximum and minimum salary ranges.