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Re: John McQueen - b:1810
Posted by: Laura Graf (ID *****6329) Date: January 12, 2011 at 02:29:43
In Reply to: John McQueen - b:1810 by Lee Todorovich of 257


Douglas County, IL Death Record Book 1 Page 27 -
Filed Sept. 3, 1880
John McQueen, Male, White, Age 70 yrs 4 mos, Farmer & Minister of the (unreadable), died July 10 1880, 4 pm, married, US citizen, born in Kentucky, lived in Illinois for the past 8 years, died in Newman Twp. of pneumonia, was ill 4 days, buried at Cottage G. Cemetery, undertaker James Hall of Newman, doctor J. M. Wagoner of Newman.

I could not find a death or burial record for his wife.

Illinois Statewide Marriage Index -
Franklin Utterback wed Belinda McQueen Oct. 16, 1881 in Champaign County, IL.

His full name was Richard Franklin Utterback and he can be found under the name Richard, and she under the names Melinda and Linnie. You will find them in the Monroe County, MO census records raising a large family.

The Missouri Archives posted her death certificate online under the name Melinda Utterback. She died Mar 27, 1931 in Monroe County of pneumonia.

As for going back more generations, in 1870 John McQueen & family are living in Flat Rock Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN. Several generations of McQueens live in the area.

Best of luck to you.


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