Died Sunday, Mrs. America Lane, residing in the southeast/part of the city, died Sunday morning, aged 44 years. The remains were interred Monday at Crouch Cemetery, near Belle City."
[McLeansboro Times, October 25, 1917 p.1 col 3. - Unknown Contributor - Thanks!]
Absalom A. Lasater
Died Sept 28, 1924, 82y; Son of James & Barbara J. BUMGARNER Lasater.
1st Lt. Co. H. 1555th Il. Vol Inf. in the Civil War. Married Feb 16, 1871 Alice F. ALLEN (born June 5, 1853 died June 12, 1885 daughter of Joseph and Mary Allen) 2 children (Leader June 18, 1885) Married a second time to Rella Maulding daughter of Walter Burbank & Lucy Bell BARNETT Maulding who died in Lancaster Pa. Oct 1951 (Times-Leader Oct 18, 1951)
both A. A. & Rella are interred in I. O. O. F. McLeansboro
[Times Oct 2, 1924 - Unknown Contributor - Thanks!
Nancy J. Lasater
Born Feb 16, 1854; Died Feb 20, 1911
Leaves 1 brother George Lasater, Dale & 1 sister Mrs. Alice Tate, McLeansboro.
Interred Cherry Grove
[Times Feb 23, 1911 - Unknown Contributor - Thanks!]
Napoleon Lemay, son of William and Ruth Lemay, born in Lawrence County, Tennessee, died 16 Mar 1936. He was living at Lexington, Ala. At the start of the Civil War. His family left the south and settled at Dale, Il. He followed the blacksmith trade until ill health forced him to retire. He was living with his son Riley near Marion, Ill., at the time of his death. He was a charter member of Dale Christian Church and was an official of same. He also was a member of the I.O.O. F. Lodge at Dale, and a member of Broughton Masonic Order. [Times-Leader March 26, 1936 -Unknown Contributor - Thanks!]
Married Nancy J. divorced Feb 1882 (Circuit Court box 66 File 36 & box 67)
Married Aug 3, 1902 Sarah Ann Field, she died Feb 16, 1917 (Times Feb 22, 1917)
both Interred Digby Cemetery
Born Dec 10, 1882 Hamilton Co., Il; d. Sept 1, 1957; son of Mr & Mrs. Napoleon Lemay
Married Dec 1910 Anna Drury
Interred at Marion Illinois
[Times-Leader Sept 12, 1957]
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