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A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

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A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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and is a son of Frederick and Eugenia (De Bassomppiere) Bechtold.


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was a daughter of F. George De Bassomppiere, a counselor at law and one of the royal ministers to King


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a sister, known as Sister Francis De Sales, in St.-Joseph's Hospital, at Kansas City, Missouri, Bernard, who is deceased ^


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was united in marriage with Minnie De Shane, of Coffeen, Illinois, who is of French parentage and ancestry and they


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sent with his regiment to Santiago de Cuba, where they were in service one month and returned to Montauk Point,


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and is a son of William De Berry and Catherine Elizabeth (Bishop) Peeler.


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all over this section is Samuel De Berry Peeler, chairman of the board of commissioners of the Cache River Drainage


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William De Berry Peeler was born in North Carolina, and as a boy of ten


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William and Elizabeth Peeler, namely: Samuel De Berry, William Olin, a farmer on the old family homestead , and Mrs.


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Samuel De Berry Peeler was educated in the district schools and the Southern Illinois State


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that of the time of Richard Coeur de Lion. In these days the fall of a man means not only


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Fallette, and then to Thomas De Poyster, Nancy became the wife of James M. Timmons and Mary A. first


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and is the son of Clinton and Penelope (Allen) De Witt. Clin,ton De Witt was a native of Ohio and


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Ohio and the son of Jefferson De Witt, also of that state, who migrated to Hamilton county, Illinois, in 1854.


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in March, 1911. Clinton and Penelope De Witt reared a goodly family of ten children, six sons and four daughters.


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William M. De Witt was reared on the farm of his parents and attended the


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Mr. De Witt was born on September 3, 1858, in Hamilton county, Illinois, and is


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, and Hannah, who married Albert De Witt, died at the age of thirty-five years.