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Jerry Andrew Jackson

State Journal-Register, Springfield, IL, November 29, 2000
Jerry A. Jackson
SPRINGFIELD - Jerry Andrew Jackson, 59, of Springfield died Monday, Nov. 27, 2000, at St. John's North. He was born May 29, 1941, in New Berlin, the son of Nicholas Edwards and Ethel Jackson. He was preceded in death by a son, Kevin Jackson. Mr. Jackson, a laborer, was a member of Clementine Memorial Presbyterian Church. Survivors: three sons, Richard Andrew Jackson of Houston, and Jerry Joseph (wife, Christal) Jackson and Daniel Bodie (wife, Laura) Jackson, both of Springfield; one daughter, Juanita Heibing of Houston; 15 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; six brothers, Rowland, Sam (wife, Shirley) and Gilbert Jackson, all of Kewanee, and Jerry Jackson of Charleston, James (wife, Sarah) of Versailles and Nicholas E. Jackson Jr. of O'Fallon; six sisters, Hazell Fungell MaComb, Betty (husband, Henry) Dober of Rushville, Norma (husband, Robert) McCann of Milton, Coralene (husband, Fred) Lashbrook of Rushville, Irma (husband, Steve) Bramhall of California and Charlotte Plafences of San Jose, Calif.; several aunts and uncles; and several nieces and nephews. Services: noon Friday, W.W. White-Pettiford Memorial Chapel, Sandi Woodard officiating. Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery.
[Submitted by Friends of Genealogy]

Henry Johnson
Loami, May 13 Henry Buell Johnson, 28, of Loami, died at 6:15 a.m. today in St. John's hospital, where he had been a patient since May 5. He was born Sept. 25, 1914, in Allen county, Kentucky, and had lived at Loami for 15 years. In 1935 he married Lola Lee Combs. He was a member of Loami Christian Church and his occupation was that of farmer. Surviving are his wife; a son, Jerald Buell Johnson; two daughters, Patricia Ann and Norma Jean Johnson, all of Loami; his father, Fletcher, and a brother, William Robert, Loami; and six sisters, Mrs. Alma Smith and Mrs. Hautie Oliver, both of Loam; Mrs. Grace Hovey, Franklin; Mrs. Ruby Cox and Mrs. Irene Whitmen, bother of Louisville, Ky; and MRs. Annie May Harmon, Glasgow, Ky; and several nieces and nephews. Remains were taken to the Vancil funeral home and will be taken at 2 p.m., Friday to the residence in Loami. Services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday in Loami Christian church. Rev. Joseph Zdavsky will officiate and interment will be in Campbell cemetery. [Submitted by K. Price.]

"Gustav" Wilhelm Burghard Jorns
Newspaper: Illinois State Journal
Date: 6 January 1900
Submitted By: Marca Lee Murray
JORNS-Died Friday January 5, 1900 at family Residence,400S. West Grand Av. G. W. Jorns, age 67. Old resident of Springfield for several years in ill health and for past two months confined to bed. He was a photographer and up until time of death conducted a gallery on N. Fifth Street. Held in high esteem by large circle of friends. Born in Germany and lived in this country for 35 years, most spent in Springfield. Survived by widow, four sons and 2 daughters.
6 Jan. 1900 "Illinois State Register" Daughters reside in Oklahoma, 4 sons, 2 reside in Kansas City and 1 a resident of Springfield.
7 Jan. 1900 "Illinois State Journal" JORNS Funeral to be held at 2:30 at family residence today. Rev.Martin Luecke, pastor of German Trinity Lutheran church will officiate. Intermant will be in Oak Ridge.
Submitter's Note: Actually at the time Hanson lived in Kansas, Albert and Frederick lived in Oklahoma. His youngest son lived in Springfield, IL

Ronald Gary Jungers
Newspaper: The State Journal Register, Springfield, Il.
Date: 22 Aug 2000
Submitted by: Gloria Gore

Springfield-- Ronald Jungers, 56, of Springfield died Sunday, Aug. 20, 2000, at St. Johns Hospital.
He was born June 2, 1944, in Vienna, the son of Fred Marine and Geneva Penrod Jungers. He married Laura Busby in 1997 in Springfield.
Mr. Jungers had lived in Springfield for one year. He worked as a cabinetmaker for J. & W. Counter Tops and was a member of the Spruce Street church of God. Survivors: wife, Laura; two sons, Mark Anthony Jungers of Springfield and Gary Shane Jungers of Big Sandy, Tenn; two daughters, Pamela Mertz of Georgia and Roni Marie Joyner of Big Sandy Tenn; two stepsons, Joseph Frank and Dakota Dwayne Pace, both of Springfield; two stepdaughters, Brittany Nicole James of Tennessee and Amber Mae Lewis of Springfield; four brothers, Russell, Aaron and Gabriel Hill, all of Springfield, and Garland Jungers of Illinois.; four sisters, Brenda Joyce, Sandra and Carol Hill, all of Springfield, and Reatha Jungers of Illinois; and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are pending at Bisch and Son Funeral Home.

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