Jonesboro City Cemetery, Jonesboro, Union County, IL, USA


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Ann Elise Bush Walton (1865 - 1939
Ann Elise Bush Walton (1865 - 1939
16 Jun 1939 , Obituaries and Death Notices in the Jonesboro Gazette: Annelise (Bush) Walton died 9 Jun 1939, at the home of her daughter, Louise Clutts, in Chicago, and was buried in Anna Cemetery. Her funeral was at the home of her daughter, Mary Hill, in Anna. She was the second of seven children of Alexander D. and Paralee (Jean) Bush. She graduated from Union Academy. She married on 21 Feb 1895, Winstead Davie Walton. She left two daughters, three grandchildren, Raymond Clutts, Joann Hill, and Robert Hill; one brother, Louis H. Bush; three sisters, Dora Bush, of Dallas, Texas, Addie Keifer, of Marshall, and Edith Bailey, of Dallas, Texas.

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Elizabeth Winstead 1772 - 1847)
Elizabeth Winstead 1772 - 1847)
Elizabeth Davie was born 20 Mar 1772 in Northumberland County, Virginia, USA. She died 27 Dec 1847 in Jonesboro, Union County, Illinois. She is buried in Jonesboro Cemetery on Cemetery Road in Jonesboro, Union County, Illinois, USA. She was the wife of John Ashbourne Davie (1772 - 1842). She was the Mother of four, including Winstead Davie (1797 - 1885), Founder of the City of Anna, Union County, Illinois.

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James K Walton & Serena Ann Davey Walton
James K Walton & Serena Ann Davey Walton
16 February 1909 Obituaries and Death Notices in the Jonesboro Gazette: Serena A. Walton, of Anna, was killed Tuesday (16 Feb 1909), in an Illinois Central train wreck near Carbondale, Jackson County, aged 75 years, 7 months, 22 days, and was buried in Jonesboro Cemetery beside her husband. She was the daughter of Winstead Davie and married on 26 Mar 1854, James K. Walton, who died a number of years ago. She was a member of the Presbyterian church. She was the mother of Winstead D. Walton, Ed B. Walton, Sheriff James K. Walton, William Walton, Charles Walton, Samuel Walton, Mrs. Mary Merker, of Belleville, St. Clair County.

23 May 1886 Jonesboro Gazette Index to Obituaries: James K. Walton committed suicide Sunday (23 May 1886) at his residence one mile east of Anna, and was buried in Jonesboro Cemetery. Born 18 May 1825, in Lancaster Co., Pa., came to Union Count in 1853, married 26 Mar 1854, Mrs. Serena A. Walker, daughter of Winstead Davie. He had nine children, seven living: Winstead D., Mary E., Edward B., James K., William B., Charles A., and Samuel D.

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Winstead Davie (1797 - 1885)
Winstead Davie (1797 - 1885)
18 Jul 1885 , Obituaries and Death Notices in the Jonesboro Gazette: Winstead Davie died Saturday (11 Jul 1885) in Jonesboro, aged 88 years, 6 months, 8 days. He was born in Pearson Co., N.C., and moved to Stewart Co., Tenn., with his father. He married Annie Willard . His children were Mrs. Col. B.L. Wiley of Makanda, Mrs. J.K. Walton, Mrs. Col. T.M. Perrine , D.S.Davie, and Mrs. D.W. Brown of Anna.

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