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1 Find A Grave page: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/15150206  Pierce, Delphia (I126)
 
2 Old Cemetery Section, Block 1 (White) Douglass, Willie Ormand (I580)
 
3 Sec 5, Lot 185 Tucker, James Henry (I141085)
 
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1920 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Askew Avenue
Fred Roeder, 26 years old, born in Missouri; parents born in Germany. Chauffeur
Pernia Roeder, wife, 23 years old, born in Missouri; father born in Missouri; mother born in Kentucky
Dorothy Roeder, daughter, 7 years old, born in Missouri; parents born in Missouri
Fred Roeder, Jr., son, 4 years old, born in Missouri; parents born in Missouri

1930 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
East 23rd Street
Fred Roeder, 36 years old, born in Missouri; parents born in Germany. Age at first marriage: 17.
Pernia Roeder, wife, 31 years old, born in Missouri; father born in Missouri; mother born in Kentucky. Age at first marriage: 15
Dorothy E. Roeder, daughter, 17 years old, born in Missouri; parents born in Missouri. Attended school within the year
Fred A. Roeder, son, 14 years old, born in Missouri; parents born in Missouri. Attended school within the year
Boarders in the home of Carlos Bird

The obituary for Mamie Jenkins, October 1936, notes that Mamie was survived by grandchild Fred Roeder

Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
Name: Fred A Roeder, of Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Age: 22
Marriage Date: 6 Nov 1937
Marriage Location: Jackson, Missouri
Marriage County: Jackson
Spouse Name: Beth Moody, of Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Spouse Age: 24

1940 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Central Street
Fred Roder, 50 years old, born in Missouri. Highest level of education: 8. Widowed. Residence in 1935: same place. Salesman at retail auto sales store
Fred Roder, Jr., son, 25 years old, born in Missouri. Divorced. Highest level of education: H4. Residence in 1935: same place. Printer at retail drug store

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Fred A Roeder
Birth Year: 1915
Race: White, Citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Missouri
State of Residence: Missouri
County or City: Jefferson
Enlistment Date: 24 Feb 1942
Enlistment State: Missouri
Enlistment City: Jefferson Barracks
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary enlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistments of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Federal Service; Officers appointed in the Army of
Source: Civil Life
Education: 3 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Skilled mechanics and repairmen, n.e.c.
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 67
Weight: 147

Social Security Death Index
Name: Fred A. Roeder
Date of Birth: Saturday December 25, 1915
Date of Death: Monday November 25, 1974
Est. Age at death: 58 years, 11 months
Last known residence:
State: VA
Social Security details:
State of Issue: Missouri
Number: 495-07-8152

U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010
Name: Fred Roeder
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1915
Death Date: 25 Nov 1974
SSN: 495078152
Enlistment Date 1: 24 Feb 1942
Release Date 1: 16 Dec 1945 
Roeder, Fred A. (I52771)
 
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BURIAL
East Twin Grove Cemetery
Bloomington, McLean County
Jefferson B. Douglas
June 16, 1862
October 3, 1899

Josephine Munsell, his wife
September 2, 1862
November 13, 1932

William E. Douglas
b. July 17, 1891 
Douglass, Jefferson B. (I4535)
 
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Unknown, Mary (I134)
 
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"The Times of Long Ago, Barren County, Kentucky" (John P. Morton & Co.), page 25-6, in chapter VII, discussing history of the first pioneers, author Franklin Gorin writes that "the center of the next settlement above was Edmund Rogers' near Edmunton. Around him were .... the Hills." 
Hill, Clement (I64019)
 
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1920 Los Angeles Assembly District 74, Los Angeles, California
Bessie Morton, 30 years old, born in Missouri; father born in Germany; mother in Missouri. Married. Clerk in department store
Mae Ella Morton, 7 years old, born in California; father born in Illinois; mother in Missouri. Attended school within the year
Harold Morton, 5 years old, born in California; father born in Illinois; mother in Missouri
 
Oberkrom, Teresa Bessie (I63959)
 
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1920 Oklahoma City Ward 4, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
227 West Wheeler
Walter McNeal, 47 years old, born in Illinois; parents born in South Carolina; salesman at portrait company
Cassy McNeal, wife, 44 years old, born in Illinois; parents born in Illinois
Cletus, McNeal, son, 21 years old, born in Oklahoma; parents born in Illinois; clerk at post office
Ross McNeal, son, 19 years old, born in Oklahoma; parents born in Illinois; clerk at lead company
Ruth McNeal, daughter, 14years old, born in Oklahoma; parents born in Illinois; attended school within the year 
McNeill, Ross (I38256)
 
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as far as we can tell, Nathan did not serve, on either side 
Walden, Nathan D. (I99)
 
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Card of Thanks
Miami Daily News-Record
January 17, 1930
We wish to thank the men at Boska No. 2, also the neighbors and friends at Zincville for their kindness and floral offerings during the illness and death of our father.
Mr. Jess Casteel and family
Mrs. E.R. Patterson and family
Harvey, Harry, Irven Casteel
Mrs. R.W. Osborne and family
Mrs. Roy Godsmith and family 
Casteel, James Monroe (I62318)
 
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Logan served as a Private in Company D of the 192nd Tank Battalion - otherwise known as the Harrodsburg Tankers.

The Harrodsburg Tankers, initially known as the 38th Tank Company, were a Kentucky Army National Guard unit stationed in Harrodsburg who were called to active duty prior to World War II. When they entered federal active duty, they were redesignated as Company D, 192nd Light Tank Battalion. After training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and Camp Polk, Louisiana, they were shipped overseas, landing in the Philippines on Thanksgiving Day, November 20, 1941. On December 7. 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and only hours later began an attack on the Philippines. The Harrodsburg Tankers, along with the allied forces, fought the Japanese valiantly without reinforcements or resupply until ordered to surrender in April 1942. Those who could not escape to Corregidor were in the infamous "Bataan Death March". They were all eventually taken prisoner of war. Only 37 of the original 66 Kentucky Guard Members from Harrodsburg survived Japanese captivity.
Information from Kentucky National Guard eMuseum

Logan enlisted in the Kentucky National Guard sometime before the unit was activated in November 1940. He was inducted into the U.S. Army on November 25, 1940, at Harrodsburg, Kentucky. He enlisted for a term of one year. At the time of enlistment Logan was single, with no dependents. He was described as being 71" high and as weighing 170 pounds. His stated education level was two years of high school, and his stated occupation was automobile serviceman.

According to the service information on the Proviso East High School site, Logan was engaged in the Battle of Luzon, the Battle of Bataan, and the Battle of Corregidor in the Philippines. He was taken prisoner on May 6, 1942, when Corregidor fell.

Logan was imprisoned at Cabanatuan in the Philippine Islands. He was involved with the Bachrach Garage Detail, where prisoners-of-war repaired vehicles for the Japanese. He was on board the Hell Ship Nissyo Maru, which set sail from Manila on July 17, 1944, arriving in Takao, Formosa on July 27, 1944. The ship then set sail from Takao on July 28, 1944, arriving in Moji, Japan on August 3, 1944. Logan was imprisoned at the Narumi Camp in Japan, where he worked in wheel manufacturing for the Nippon Wheel Manufacturing Company.

Logan was liberated in September of 1945. 
Sampson, Ernest Logan (I64198)
 
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Obituary of Mrs. Mathias Havelka

Mrs. Mathias Havelka, whose maiden name was Lena Cesak, was born in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, December 9, 1855. At the age of nine years, after her father had died, her mother brought her along with six other children to America. For twelve weeks they were on the Atlantic, when they landed at Baltimore, Maryland. From there they made their way to St. Louis where they rejoined an eighth daughter who had come to America some years previous. It was in St. Louis that Miss Cesak spent her youthful years. There she met Mathias Havelka, also a native of Czechoslovakia. It was to him that she was later united in wedlock, on June 22, 1875.
Following their marriage, the couple moved to near Owensville, and there Mr. Havelka was engaged in farming until the time of his death in 1923. To this union twelve children were born, nine of whom survive.

During the last fifteen years Mrs. Havelka had been making her home with
her daughter, Mrs. A. White, of East Alton, Illinois, spending some of her summers with her children of this vicinity.

She took very ill about a year ago, when it was feared her end was near. She, however, rallied her strength, one more, adding another year to her life.

Death came quite unexpectedly on Wednesday morning, March 8. She had been somewhat indisposed, and had required the special services of her daughter during the night. When morning came, her daughter came to attend to her and to her amazement discovered that her mother had passed aay in her sleep. She had reached the age of 83 years, 2 months, and 29 days.

Funeral services were conducted from the Gottenstroeter Chapel with Rev. H.E.Stalhut officiating, and burial was in the City Cemetery on Saturday.

Those surviving are her nine children: J.F. Havelka and Mrs. Pauline White of East Alton, Illinois; W.A. Havelka and Mrs. Mary Tayloe of Owensville; Tony Havelka of Edwardsville, Illinois; Adolph, Edward and John Havelka of St. Louis and Mrs. Dollie Oakley of Rye, Colorado. Eighteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren also remain. 
Cesakova, Magdalena (I85)
 
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State of Illinois
County of Vermilion
August Term AD 1873
Vermilion County Court

Thomas Pratt, administrator of the estate of Andson Nicholson deceased
vs
Isabel Nicholson, et al

And now again comes said petitioner by JB Mann his attorney and come also Greenville H. Graves, Joseph Stewart and Reason H. McMillan commissioners heretofore appointed by the court to assign dower of Isabel Nicholson in the lands in said petitioner described, and present to the court under their hands and seals their report in writing in the words and figures following viz:

(Their ... oath and report)

It is therefore ordered adjudged and decreed by the court that said petitioner as administrator as aforesaid proceed to sell said real estate in said petition and the above report described at public auction at the south door of the building occupied by the clerk of this court, in Danville Illinois, after having advertised the time, place and terms of said sale, for at least four weeks, by posting up notice containing the same together with a description of said premises in at least four public places in said Vermilion County, and also by publishing a like notice in some newspaper of general circulation in said county, four successive weeks prior to said sale. That said sale be made upon the terms of ten per cent cash in hand and the balances in six and twelve months, the purchaser to give note bearing ten percent interest with good personal security, and mortgage on the premises sold. And that said petitioner execute to the purchaser at said sale proper deeds of conveyance for said premises, and that he report his action in the premises to the court without delay. And that this case is continued 
Cox, Isabelle A. (I47)
 
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State of Illinois
Vermlion County
In County Court
March Term, 1884

In the Matter of Emily Epmeier, formerly Emily Nicholson, a minor,
The undersigned, legal guardian of the said Emily A Epmeier, formerly Emily A Nicholson, respectfully reports that, in pursuance of a previous order of the Court, he paid and delivered to the said Emily A Epmeier the sum of $5.05, an all estate and title papers in his hands as such guardian, and he files herewith as a part hereof the receipt of the said Emily A. Empeier therefor.

WD Lindsey, Guardain as aforesaid

The said WD Lindsey, being duly sworn, upon his oath says that the matters stated in the foregoing report are true,and that the signature to the receipt htereto attached, is the genuine signature of the said Emily A Epmeier, formerly Emily A Nicholson.
WD Lindsey

The foregoing was by the said WD Lindsey duly subscribed and sworn to beofre me, this 3rd day of April 1884
E. Winton, Clerk by C. Abernathy Depty

Received of William D. Lindsey my legal Guardian, this Second day of April 1884, the sum of five and 05/100 Dollars, in full of moneys due me, and also all esate and titled papers in his hands as my legal guardian as aforesaid.
Emma A Epmeier formerly Emma A Nicholson 
Nicholson, Emma A. (I48)
 
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LAND RECORD: Sale of Land
In 1897, conveyed part of Lewis' land to the Roberts
8 March 1897 John Stevens, Nancy his wife; James Stevens, & Mary, his wife; Leander Stevens, Mary his wife, Heirs at law of Lewis Stevens, deceased, in consideration of $1.00, convey parcel of land to Edmond Roberts and Jessie Roberts; land described as a part of the NE ¼ of the SE ¼ of Section 3, Township 18 N, Range 11 West, 2 PM

11 ¾ acres
Land description mentions a public road
James L. signs with X
Leander signs with X

LAND RECORD: Sale of Land
8 March 1897 John Stevens, Nancy his wife; James Stevens, & Mary, his wife; Leander Stevens, Mary his wife, Heirs at law of Lewis Stevens, deceased, in consideration of $1.00, convey a parcel of land to William Roberts, Sr.. Land described as a part of the NE1/4 of SE ¼ of Section 3, Township 18N, Range 11 West, 2PM

Land description mentions public road and school house lot
James L. signs with X
Leander signs with X

LAND RECORD: Sale of Land
Sell part of what appears to be Lewis' land to Thomas Kyger, in 1898
27 August 1898 John Stevens, and Nancy his wife; and James Stevens & Mary, his wife, convey to Thomas Kyger a part of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 3, Township 18 N, Range 11 West

2 acres
Land description mentions a road
Land description is the same as that in Ary’s deed, 23 June 1891 ***** no money listed
John, James noted to be of Georgetown


 
Stevens, John Louis (I39)
 
17  Source (S582535215)
 
18  Source (S582540272)
 
19  Source (S582540297)
 
20 Samuel purchased items totaling $152.35. This amount was deducted from the distribution made in May of 1856. Douglass, Samuel M. (I116)
 
21 CENSUS READING: 1900 (June 1st) – Roachdale, Franklin Township, Putnam County, Indiana
Mrs. Jane Stewart, 53 years old, born December 1846, in Indiana. Parents born in Kentucky. Widowed. Mother of 7 children, 5 living. Washwoman
Emma E. Stewart, daughter, 24 years old, born February 1876, in Indiana. Father born in Kentucky; mother in Indiana. Washwoman
* Nancy G. Stewart, daughter, 17 years old, born August 1882, in Indiana. Father born in Kentucky; mother in Indiana. Type setter
Clovia/s F. Stewart, daughter, 14 years old, born November 1885, in Indiana. Father born in Kentucky; mother in Indiana 
Stewart, Nancy G. (I86266)
 
22 LAND: 1838
Purchase of Land
Jersey County, Illinois
General Grantee Index Books A and B
Grantee: William Court
Grantor: Aaron Ricketts
Warranty Deed
April 12, 1838
Consideration: $500
Greene County Book C - 196
NE ¼ NE ¼ Section 8 Township 7 Range 13
Filed June 4, 1838

Record also located in Greene County Book K-63
Ricketts had been his neighbor down in Madison County. See above.
Jersey County formed from Greene County February 28, 1839 
Court, William (I186)
 
23 action at Greenville Road Douglass, Alexander Campbell (I6885)
 
24 became the first associate clerk of Madison County Circuit Court in Alton, when the city court was raised to circuit status Boschert, Felix Thomas (I64334)
 
25 cause stricken from docket Walden, Peyton (I108)
 
26 Family Member Quoted. Source (S8712)
 
27 family stories hold that Tereza was a Catholic nun, and that she did not immigrate to the US Cesakova, Tereza (I632)
 
28 George died between 1823 and 1824. He is listed on the 1823 tax rolls for Mercer County. He never again appears on the tax rolls. In 1824, Delphia is listed as the person responsible for taxes. Delphia is also listed as the person responsible for taxes on the 1826, 1827, 1829, and 1830 tax rolls. In 1826 and 1827, she is expressly noted to be the "widow of George Stewart." Stewart, George (I125)
 
29 Hazelwood Cemetery  White, Raymond George (I64100)
 
30 Hollywood Forever Cemetery; Secret Garden Hosfeld, Mary E. (I64052)
 
31 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/9573951  White, John Henry (I63963)
 
32 JC Browning, administrator, paid $397.33 to the estate of John Walden, Jr., as part of distributive share going to John from Peyton's estate Walden, John (I107)
 
33 Judgment entered Douglass, William A. (I218)
 
34 online family tree at ancestry gives Bessie's marriage to Morton on January 27, 1910, at San Bernadino, California; one daughter, Ella May, by this marriage. Bessie's marriage to Cambridge on September 3, 1939 at Santa Ana, California Oberkrom, Teresa Bessie (I63959)
 
35 purchased 45 1/2 acres Dunn, Benjamin (I141098)
 
36 reported that Mr. John Nicholson celebrated his birthday on the 16th, at John's residence. He "tallied somewhere in the fifties..." Nicholson, John Harvey (I141)
 
37 sale netted 353.20 Hocker, Margaret (I141103)
 
38 Source Medium: Book Source (S7556)
 
39 Source Medium: Book Source (S7642)
 
40 Source Medium: Book Source (S7987)
 
41 Source Medium: Book Source (S8154)
 
42 Source Medium: Book Source (S8573)
 
43 William Dunn Sr., William Dunn Jr., and Augustine Dunn appear on a "List of Taxables" for Lower Newfoundland Hundred, Montgomery County, Maryland.   Dunn, Augustine (I141096)
 
44 William stated in August of 1899 that he had suffered a spell of pulmonary fever about 15 years earlier, when living in Crawford; since that time suffered from continual severe cough White, William A. (I59190)
 
45 "After spending the weekend with his father, Mr. P.J. King, and sister, Mrs. John Pope, Mr. Hank King and wife left Sunday for their home in Indianapolis. They returned via Paris, where they visited his brothers, Messrs. Sam, Harry and Hardin King." King, Peyton Jackson (I65871)
 
46 "After spending the weekend with his father, Mr. P.J. King, and sister, Mrs. John Pope, Mr. Hank King and wife left Sunday for their home in Indianapolis. They returned via Paris, where they visited his brothers, Messrs. Sam, Harry and Hardin King." King, Mary (I643)
 
47 "After spending the weekend with his father, Mr. P.J. King, and sister, Mrs. John Pope, Mr. Hank King and wife left Sunday for their home in Indianapolis. They returned via Paris, where they visited his brothers, Messrs. Sam, Harry and Hardin King." King, Harry Collier (I645)
 
48 "After spending the weekend with his father, Mr. P.J. King, and sister, Mrs. John Pope, Mr. Hank King and wife left Sunday for their home in Indianapolis. They returned via Paris, where they visited his brothers, Messrs. Sam, Harry and Hardin King." King, George Samuel P. (I119112)
 
49 "After spending the weekend with his father, Mr. P.J. King, and sister, Mrs. John Pope, Mr. Hank King and wife left Sunday for their home in Indianapolis. They returned via Paris, where they visited his brothers, Messrs. Sam, Harry and Hardin King." King, William Owsley (I121345)
 
50 "After spending the weekend with his father, Mr. P.J. King, and sister, Mrs. John Pope, Mr. Hank King and wife left Sunday for their home in Indianapolis. They returned via Paris, where they visited his brothers, Messrs. Sam, Harry and Hardin King." Lowe, Marguerite (I121836)
 

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