Guy, Campbell, Logan, McElhaney news, Oakdale, “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1894, 1895

From Oakdale

John Guy and family, also son-in-law Thomas Campbell and family, left for Cherokee county, Kan., on Monday of this week. (Friday, August 17, 1894)

From Oakdale

Mrs. Logan has moved into her own property, formerly occupied by Rev. Fravart.

Work was begun on the R.P. manse Monday morning. The contract for digging the cellar and cistern was taken by Elihu Logan…. (Friday, August 31, 1894)

From Oakdale

Charles McElhaney, of Princeton [Indiana], was here attending his mother’s funeral Wednesday. Mrs. McElhanny [sic] died at her home in Oakdale Monday morning. She was a sufferer for years which resulted in a tumor causing her death. She leaves two sons and grandchildren. She was a member of the R.P. Church and delighted in public service and was seldom absent if able to attend. (Friday, November 8, 1845)

 

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Death certificate, Frances Jane Bryant Forbes, Lawrence County, Missouri, 1852-1939

Frances Jane Bryant was the daughter of Jane Logan Bryant and Reuben Bryant. Jane Logan was the daughter of William Logan and Permelia Neece Logan. Frances was born 14 February 1852 in Lawrence County, Missouri. She married Josiah C. Forbes. He was a Civil War veteran: Wisconsin 5th Light Artillery Battery, U.S. (Union). He died in 1895. Frances Jane Bryant Forbes died 2 April 1939 in Lawrence County, Missouri.

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