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Coffeen Illinois

Coffeen Illinois History and Genealogy Home Page. (Includes Van Burensburg)
Coffeen Illinois
  • March 31

  • robin gergen My g-grandparents were William Valentine Good and Isabelle Good buried at Oak Grove cemetery, Hillsboro. His death date is 20 May 1915. I can't find an obituary or death notice for him/them. I've located them on the 1910 census of Coffeen Village but they're not listed under death notices or anywhere else I've searched. They were from PA, moved to IL between 1900 and 1910. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    about 6 months ago
  • June 04

  • Donna Raithel John & Cyrena Kershaw were my 3rd great grandparents. The only one of their children that I have photos of and reliable information about is Lou (Lula) , who spent her senior years living with my dad in Studio City, Ca. Any photos or information about the Kershaw family would be appreciated.
    about 4 years ago
  • July 24

  • Historical Society

    History of Coffeen Illinois
    History of Coffeen Illinois
    The City of Coffeen Illinois takes its name from the surname of the very unique gentleman, G. F. Coffeen, originally of Watertown, New York. Mr. Coffeen, a tall, broad shouldered man about six feet tall and weighing 225 pounds, was an outstanding physical specimen, a man of intelligence, and a natural leader.
    history.montgomeryco.com

    about 5 years ago Read More
  • Coffeen Illinois Brown Cemetery is now online: http://history.montgomeryco.com/Def...&tabid=974
    about 5 years ago
  • April 02

  • Gloria McCoy I have been looking for anyone who might have pictures of Champman my grand parents Guy & Edna Moore lived their til about 1969. I know they had a creamy their before the WW2
    about 6 years ago
  • Gloria McCoy Would love to get in touch with anyone from Coffeen. My grandparents James & Helen Lewis lived in Coffeen.
    about 6 years ago
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