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Families Submitted
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First Families/Biographies

Biggs, Charles Family
Buckner Family
Evans, Flint Family
Flint Family
Gilbert, Elder Linos Family
Graham, Burrill Family
Howe, William and Crouch, William Family
Johnson, William R. Family
Myles, Thomas Family
Plaster, James Family
Walls Family
Welsh, John Family
Wright, Daniel Marion, Sr. Family

Clark County Genealogy Homepages

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Homepage and collateral surnames

My grandfather was named William Ira Staton and was the son of John P. Staton and Ellen Margaret Donalds Staton.  After he was married to Anna Emma Rinkel and living with his family in E. St. Louis, and working on the railroad, he changed his sirname to Donals and moved his family to Texarkana, Arkansas.  No one in the family ever talked about this, or the reason why, and now everyone is dead that would know the answer.  My mother's sirname was changed from Staton To Donals, and she either did not know or never said anything about it.  I did not find this out until she died, and I sent off for a death certificate!.
Priscilla Davis, Hot Springs AR

IL Marriage Index - IL State Archives Site
IL Death Index 1916-1951 Online - IL - State Archives Site
List of IL State Archives Searchable Databases
IL State Archives Global Search
Clark County ILGenWeb Archives

USGenWeb Project Archives
LDS FamilySearch ©Search Engine
Search the LDS FHL Film Catalog
Social Securtiy Death Index - 1937 to present

William G. Cutler's book, History of the State of Kansas, first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas,
  Chicago, IL. Has many families who migrated from IL to KS.
Lists of Kansas Pioneers
Missouri Pioneers
The Ohio Historical Society - Includes resources with searchable Ohio databases
Southern Illinois history lost on Cherokee Trail of Tears site
African American Genealogy
Adoption - includes a reunion page
Ancestry - memberships for sale

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