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49 1892-11-12 Pg 7 Burlington Hawkeye,
HORRIBLY BURNED
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A Prospect Hill Child Sustains Fatal Injuries
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The Three-Year-Old Child of Carpenter Kobus the Tender Victim-
A Mother's Brave and Heroic Sacrifice.
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A child was so horribly burned Thursday afternoon on Prospect Hill that it will probably die. The victim is the infant of Mr. & Mrs. John Kobus, residing on East Darwin Street. The three-year-old child was playing upon the floor with some matches which by some means fell into its possession. The matches ignited (with friction on the carpet, probably), and the clothes of the infant were set on fire.
The frightened screams of the child drew the attention of the mother who was in another room. When the mother reached her babe it was enveloped in flames but she made heroic efforts to save it from being burned alive. With frantic haste she literally tore the clothes from her child, being herself severely burned about the hands and wrists. In spite of the heroic efforts of Mrs. Kobus the child sustained such frightful burns that it will probably die. Its legs, abdomen, chest, arms and face were shockingly scorched and the flesh in some places, particularly the arms, was literally roasted to the bone.
Surgical attention was given immediately to the tender victim of its flames, but it is extremely doubtful if the sufferings end otherwise than in death.

1892-11-13 Pg 3 Burlington Hawkeye
The child of Mr. & Mrs. Kobus of Prospect Hill, whose terrible fate was told in yesterday's issue is dead. The dreadful burns inflicted proved fatal, as was predicted, and the little one's sufferings ended early yesterday morning.  
KOBUS, Edward (I5556)
 
50 1st Sgt, US Army, WWII SALLY, George Washington (I36)
 
51 2 babies were also buried with Rhoda BAKER, Rhoda Elizabeth (I919)
 
52 240 acres, T6S, R7W, S11, NENW, SWNE, SENW, W2SE, NESW for $4800 KOBUS, John L. (I5522)
 
53 240 acres, T6S, R7W, S11, NENW, SWNE, SENW, W2SE, NESW for $4800 KUOLT, Leonhard Sr. (I3943)
 
54 25 acres. ALLEMANGEL: Lutherans from mid-1740s in Albany Township near Berks-Northhampton (now Lehigh) County line. In 1746 Rev. H. M. Muhlenberg, pastor at New Hanover, arranged for 50 acres to be used by the Allemangel Lutherans to build a church. The earliest surviving record book was begun in 1768 by Rev. Daniel Schumacher, though it is known that Rev. Tobias Wagner had served the congregation earlier. source: http://www.berks.pa-roots.com/library/church/ChurchLocations.html MAUSER, Hans Michael (I6260)
 
55 31.09 acres PIERCE, William H. (I5083)
 
56 46 Daniel Garret Lawhorn, 30 year old male
47 Syntha Green Lawhorn, 31 year old female
48 Rachel Jane Lawhorn, 7 year old female
49 James George Lawhorn, 6 year old male
50 William Oscar Lawhorn, 3 year old male 
[UNKNOWN], Cynthia (I4365)
 
57 46 Daniel Garret Lawhorn, 30 year old male
47 Syntha Green Lawhorn, 31 year old female
48 Rachel Jane Lawhorn, 7 year old female
49 James George Lawhorn, 6 year old male
50 William Oscar Lawhorn, 3 year old male 
LAWHORN, Rachel Jane (I4366)
 
58 46 Daniel Garret Lawhorn, 30 year old male
47 Syntha Green Lawhorn, 31 year old female
48 Rachel Jane Lawhorn, 7 year old female
49 James George Lawhorn, 6 year old male
50 William Oscar Lawhorn, 3 year old male 
LAWHORN, James George (I4367)
 
59 46 Daniel Garret Lawhorn, 30 year old male
47 Syntha Green Lawhorn, 31 year old female
48 Rachel Jane Lawhorn, 7 year old female
49 James George Lawhorn, 6 year old male
50 William Oscar Lawhorn, 3 year old male 
LAWHORN, William Oscar (I4368)
 
60 46 Daniel Garret Lawhorn, 30 year old male
47 Syntha Green Lawhorn, 31 year old female
48 Rachel Jane Lawhorn, 7 year old female
49 James George Lawhorn, 6 year old male
50 William Oscar Lawhorn, 3 year old male 
LAWHORN, Daniel Garrett (I4327)
 
61 60th Illinois Infantry, Company K, Private, Joined 1 Jan 1862 in Johnson Co., IL; Muster in 17 Feb 1862 in Jonesboro, IL by Captain William Goddard; died during the war near Chattanooga, Tennessee from congestive chills.

Note that there were two other Johnson County soldiers with the surname of "Goddard" who were mustered in on 17 Feb 1862 in the 60th Illinois Infantry. They were Captain William C. Goddard (mustered out 31 Mar 1865) and 2nd Lt. William E. Goddard (resigned 6 weeks later, on 31 Mar 1862). Later, another soldier from Johnson County, Pvt. Jourdan Goddard, was mustered in on 29 Oct 1862 in the 120th Infantry, Company I (mustered out 10 Sep 1865).

source: http://www.ilsos.gov/genealogy/CivilWarController
ILLINOIS CIVIL WAR DETAIL REPORT


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Name GOODDARD, JOHN L
Rank PVT Company K Unit 60 IL US INF

Personal Characteristics
Residence JOHNSON CO, IL Age 36 Height 6' Hair BLACK
Eyes BLUE Complexion DARK Marital Status MARRIED Occupation FARMER
Nativity JOHNSON CO, IL

Service Record
Joined When JAN 1, 1862 Joined Where JOHNSON CO, IL
Joined By Whom CPT GOODDARD Period 3 YRS
Muster In FEB 17, 1862 Muster In Where JONESBORO, IL
Muster In By Whom N/A Muster Out N/A
Muster Out Where N/A Muster Out By Whom N/A
Remarks N/A
 
GODDARD, John L. (I4308)
 
62 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM Monday- Friday
Births: 1877
Marriages: 1841
Deaths: 1877
Probate: 1841
Land: 1836 
Repository (R105)
 
63 A change in the boundary after Mason and Dixon made their survey made it part of Cecil County, Maryland. WRIGHT, James Sr. (I6175)
 
64 A marrage bond between Thomas Shinalt and Polly "Jinkins", d/o Jemima Jenkins, both residents of Lexington Parish, Amherst County, Virginia. Thomas is stated as being a 'bachelor'. Family F2004
 
65 A marriage bond between Thomas Shinall and Annie Rickets, both residents of Lexington Parish, Amherst County, VA.  Family F2020
 
66 A son, Mask Leak, made inquiry into his father's military pension on 14 Nov 1840. LEAKE, Mask (I6229)
 
67 Abigail, Ichabod's first wife, is also Ichabod's mother's cousin (his first cousin once removed). MAPES, Abigail (I4095)
 
68 about 3 rows away from the east side of the church. Denton's name looks to be incorrectly spelled on his gravstone. It's spelled "O. Denten Coats", while Catherine's name is spelled "Catherine Coates". COATS, Ozias Denton (I3910)
 
69 Absalom was represented by a mark on the census for a white male ages 10-16. Members of the household were:

1 male aged 10-16 (Absalom was 11)
1 male, 45 and over (Thomas was 48)
2 females, 16 to 26 (Sarah was @17, Susannah was @14)
1 female, 26 to 45 (Polly was @45)
2 involved in agriculture
related neighbors: John Shinall (Thomas' son), Fedricks (sic) Cups (moved with Shinalls and Fitzgeralds to IL), Plearant Fittsgerald (sic) (Susannah married a Fitzgerald)  
SHINALL, Absalom O. J. (I5622)
 
70 Absalom was represented by a mark on this census for a white male aged 50 to 60.

Males:
1 - under 10
2 - between 10 and 20
1 - between 50 and 60

Females:
2 - under 10
3 - between 10 and 20
1 - between 20 and 30
1 - between 40 and 50 
SHINALL, Absalom O. J. (I5622)
 
71 Absolom Melton, surety Family F1609
 
72 Acacia Lawn, Lot 166, #2; Burnett Wallen Funeral Home; Father: Auston Philander McKIBBEN, Mother: Mary Ann (Mafford) MILLER MCKIBBEN, Lee (I5560)
 
73 Acacia Lawn, Lot 166, Sp 1; Burnett-Wallen Funeral Home KOBUS, Martha Elisabeth (I5551)
 
74 Accession Nr: MO3900__.495
Document Type: State Volume Patent
State: Missouri
Issue Date: 9/1/1859
Cancelled: No
Land Office: Jackson
US Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Tribe: ---
Militia: ---
State In Favor Of: ---
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Nr: 29792
Misc. Doc. Nr: ---
BLM Serial Nr: MO NO S/N
Indian Allot. Nr: ---
Coal Entry. Nr: ---
Total Acres: 120.00
Survey Date: ---
Geographic Name: ---
Metes/Bounds: No

MO 5th PM 035N - 009W N½SW¼ 27 Phelps
MO 5th PM 035N - 009W NE¼SE¼ 28 Phelps 
MELTON, Eli "Mills" Willis (I4137)
 
75 According to History of Laclede, etc. Counties, Missouri (written in 1889), George N. Kitchen was deceased. KITCHEN, George N. (I4537)
 
76 According to History of Laclede, etc. Counties, Missouri (written in 1889), Sarah E. Kitchen was deceased. KITCHEN, Sarah F. (I683)
 
77 According to Mary Ruth Case's Case/Collier Family genealogy, the last name is spelled "Terrin". According to Barbara Helwick's Family records, Mary's last name is spelled "Terril".  TERRIL, Mary (I4094)
 
78 According to source #190, James Emory Bell was the son of A.C and Hester Bell. BELL, James Emory (I2985)
 
79 According to the Adams Cemetery website, Laura Adams could be
"Victoria Adams, b.15 Sep 1860, d. 20 Oct. 1889, wife of B. Adams"
(wife of Buford Hamilton)?
However, the Phelps Burial website (source #190) records her name as Laura. 
DEAN, Laura (I3491)
 
80 Adopted by Sam & Lila in 1905 OLIVER, Mary (I5262)
 
81 Adopted son of James Monroe and Cynthia Ann Broyles. REDWINE, Leander A. (I1006)
 
82 After Oliver died, Mary married William, Oliver's older brother. Family F100
 
83 After the civil war, Warren became a teamster, moving freight from Tuscumbia to Yancy Mills and later onto the mill at Lecoma, where he bought land and raised his family. CASE, Joseph Warren I (I3927)
 
84 Agnes Collier - (Clarence W. Love Obituaries 1905-1915 pg. 80)
Mrs. Agnes Collier died at the residence of her son Jesse Collier, in
Rolla, Wednesday, January 6, 1915 of the infimities incident to old age.
She was born Jan. 21, 1850 being 65years, 11 months, and 15 days old at the time of her death. Her maiden name was Agnes E.[sic] Wright.
On September 13, 1874 she was united in marriage to Amos Collier. To
this union three children were born. Two with her husband have already
passed away leaving one son Jesse, her sole survivor. The funeral was
held at Edgar Springs Friday, Rev. L. D. Moneymaker officiating.
Deceased was and exemplary Christian lady, uniting with the Christian
Church 31 years ago under teachings of Eld. R. W. Turner. She remained true to that faith..... (Times-Jan. 14, 1915) 
WRIGHT, Agnes Ann (I1237)
 
85 Aka as Jayhoda or Jehoida - Moved to Macon Co, Missouri by 1840 MARSH, Joseph D. Jehoida (I3776)
 
86 Alex Case, 59, Dies

Alex Case, 59 years old, died at his home four miles west of Lecoma, Saturday, March 4, 1933. He was buried Sunday at the Anutt Cemetery. There was an unusually large crowd present to pay their last tribute of respect to their departed friend and neighbor.

Mr. Case was born and reared in Dent County. He lived many years in the neighborhood in which he died. He is survived by his wife and six children and one adopted son. Also three brothers and one sister survives. He was a member of the Church of God. He was a good, honest citizen always true to his neighbors and his friends. His death is mourned by many. 
CASE, Alexander Leander (I2798)
 
87 Alexander moved the family to St. Louis, Missouri in 1907, living near Tower Grove. The children attended Adams school. Alexander worked for Evans Howard Fire Clay Company that made all kinds of clay products. He drove a team of horses and wagon making deliveries. The company kept about 50 horses at a time using one pair to a wagon. Alexander moved his family back to the farm in Lecoma in 1914 where he worked as a farmer until he died in 1933. His wife Minnie, moved to Rolla Missouri and lived until her death in July 1962. CASE, Alexander Leander (I2798)
 
88 Alice was Vandy's twin KULT, Alice (I3939)
 
89 Allen and Alexander, brothers
married Lena (Linnie) and Minnie Melton, sisters 
Family F97
 
90 Allen and Alexander, brothers, married Lena (Linnie) and Minnie Melton, sisters. Family F1131
 
91 Also in Belleville News Democrat, 4 June 2002, section 2B, page 6 KULT, Ann (I3940)
 
92 Also in Rolla Herald Rolla Herald, Rolla, Missouri, Thu, Jan 7, 1915, Page 4:
OBIT-COLLIER-Agnes 
WRIGHT, Agnes Ann (I1237)
 
93 Also on http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/belleville/obituary.aspx?n=florentine-keen&pid=187214727 Source (S1250)
 
94 Also on Newspapers.com ($ subscription) https://www.newspapers.com/clip/4446257/obitcollieramos/
 
Source (S54)
 
95 Also spelled "Runka" or "Ronga" RONKA, Marianna (I1403)
 
96 Alternate names found:
Kezia source: World Family Tree, vol 65 tree 1530
Kizar source: Hand-written family records
Kezihiah source: Death Certificate of daughter, Mary Frances (Collier) Case
Kazir source: Compiled Genealogy from Mary Ruth Case
Correct spelling seems to be "Keziah"

Bessie Marsh Collier, ill with tuberculosis, took Mary Frances Collier with her to her mother's (Rhoda Marsh) birthday dinner, 25 Nov 1909, and remained at her parent's home until her death on 31 Jan 1910. 
MARSH, Keziah Elizabeth (I4249)
 

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