Some Logan (and affiliated families) references, “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1879, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906

25 April 1879: Oakdale (property tax): Sarah Logan is listed.

10 July 1902: Personal Property Tax, Oakdale Township: Elihu Logan is listed.

15 October 1903: Rice: Bert Logan and Wm. Folden, of Pinckneyville, spent Sunday among friends here.

23 June 1904: Rice: Misses May and Lucy Logan, of Pinckneyville, called on friends here Wednesday.

17 August 1905: Oakdale: Ivenson [sic: Iverson] Jones is supplying our town with a nice grade of melons.

6 September 1906: Misses Gail and Dorris Watson, of Ashley, were the guests of Miss Reba Meyer, Sunday. [Gail Watson married Robert O. Logan.]

 

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Reuben Logan family updates: “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1902, 1903

6 February 1902 — Rice: Mrs. Ruben [sic: Reuben] Logan and Mrs. J.B. Logan have been on the sick list but are convalescing at present.

8 May 1902 — Rice: Mr. and Mrs. Ruben [sic: Reuben] Logan attended the dedication of the Denmark Baptist church last Sabbath.

29 May 1902 — Rice: The crowd that went to the Okaw river fishing consisting of Ruben [sic: Reuben] Logan, H.C. Jones, Louis McQuade, Bert Redenbo, Squire Chapman, E.J. Jones, Ed. Hunter returned with good success and plenty of fun.

17 September 1903 — Rice: J.W. Ragland and family will move to Pinckneyville in a few days, also E.J. Jones and family and Ruben [sic: Reuben] Logan and family.

 

Williamson family updates: “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1905

11 May 1905 — Rice: David Williamson and sister, Rebecca, made a business trip to DuBois, Tuesday.

10 August 1905 — Oakdale: It’s a girl baby at Wm. Williamson’s.

10 August 1905: Oakdale: The little daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williamson is quite sick.

17 August 1905 — Oakdale: Mrs. Williamson and daughter, of Three Mile, were on our streets Wednesday.

14 September 1905 — Oakdale: Dave Williamson, of Three Mile, is peddling beef through this section every week.

Robert O. Logan updates: “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1902, 1904, 1906

6 February 1902 — Oakdale: Robt. Logan, of Ashley, was in our town Tuesday.

19 May 1904 — Ashley: Robt. Logan, of Centralia, spent Sunday in our city.

14 July 1904 — Rice: Robt. Logan, of Centralia, was a visitor in our burg Tuesday.

25 January 1906 — R.O. Logan passed through this city yesterday, on his way from Ashley to Oakdale, for a few days’ visit with home folks. [“Our city” is Nashville.]

 

Carrick family updates: “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1902-1907

30 October 1902 — Oakdale: Ed. Carrick, of Three Mile, is able to ride out and was greeted by his friends on our streets Monday.

24 September 1903 — Oakdale: Ed. and Willis [sic] Carrick have returned home, after spending a few months in Kenney, Ill. [Kenney is a village in DeWitt County, Illinois.]

29 December 1904 — Oakdale: Robert Carrick attended the funeral of Mrs. Apps, of Chicago, Saturday.

23 February 1905 — Entertainment for Oak Grove. The Slade school district will give an entertainment at Oak Grove church, Friday February 24, beginning at 7:45 o’clock p.m.The following program will be rendered: [Play: “Reunion of Longfellow’s Characters”]. Ruth Carrick played the role of Precosia.

2 March 1905 — Rice: Ed. Carrick left for Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday.

28 December 1905 — Rice: Robert Carrick sold a horse to Wm. Gorman; consideration $140.

1 February 1906 — Oakdale: Ed. Carrick visited Pinckneyville and Sparta this week.

8 February 1906 — Rice: Wilfred Carrick and sister, Ruth, visited relatives in Pinckneyville Sunday.

6 September 1906 — Oakdale: Robert Carrick and Jas. Sloane are attending the reunion at Johnson City. [This was a Civil War — Union — veterans’ reunion.]

6 September 1906 — Oakdale: Ed. Carrick came in on the train Wednesday nursing a broken arm caused by falling when trying to catch a train at some point on his route. He had been gone most of the summer representing the American Yeast Co., and his friends are sorry to learn of his misfortune.

4 October 1906 — Robert Carrick has moved from the farm to this city [Nashville] and now occupies the Marx homestead.

1 November 1906 — The Point: Ed. Carrick, of Pilot Knob, is husking corn for W.G. Martin.

1 November 1906 — Miss Ruth Carrick, of Nashville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. W.G. Martin.

8 November 1906 — The Point: Ed. Carrick spent Sunday at Pilot Knob.

15 November 1906 — Oakdale: Mr. Carrick visited the home place last week.

20 December 1906 — The Point: Robt. Carrick and daughter Ruth, of Nashville, spent Sunday with Wm. G. Martin and family.

27 December 1906 — The Point: Miss Ruth Carrick, of Nashville, spent Sunday at W.G. Martin’s.

17 January 1907 — The Point: Martin [sic] Carrick called on Sylvia Martin one day during the week.

7 February 1907 — Rice: Roy Carrick spent Sunday with Howard Chapman.

Chorpenning family updates: “Nashville Journal,” Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, 1904-1907

21 July 1904 — Mrs. Sadie Matlock, of Colorado, was the guest of her brother, Geo. Corpering [sic: Chorpenning] the past few days.

10 August 1905 — Oakdale: John Corpening [sic: Chorpenning] is moving to J.S. Murphy’s farm east of town this week.

31 January 1907 — Rice: Geo. Corpening’s [sic: Chorpenning] on the sick list.

21 February 1907 — Mr. and Mrs. George Reisinger, of Round Prairie, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Corpening [sic: Chorpenning], Saturday.

Obituaries, Bertha V. Coates Flare, Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois, 1926-2004

Bertha V. Flare
Homemaker

Bertha V. Flare, 78, of Coulterville, passed away Wednesday, February 4, 2004 at 9 p.m. at Senior Manor Nursing Center in Sparta. She was a lifelong resident of Coulterville and a member of the First Baptist Church in Coulterville. She was born January 6, 1926 in Swanwick to Grover and Tillie Gass Coates.

She married Jerry Flare September 16, 1968. He preceded her in death January 18, 1979. She is survived by one niece, Rosie Lawless of Coulterville. She was also preceded in death by her parents, one brother, Benjamin Coates, one sister, May Giacomo and a dear friend, Harry Brenning.

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, February 7, 2004 at First Baptist Church in Coulterville with Rev. Kenneth Robinson officiating. Burial was in Concord Cemetery in Rice. Pyatt-Harrawood Funeral Home in Coulterville was in charge of arrangements.
Source: Newspaper unknown, contributed by Helen Tanner Benson (paragraphs condensed)

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Source: Pinckneyville Democrat, Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois, shared by Helen Tanner Benson