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Husband: Johnson Dearth ALLAMAN
Born: 15 AUG 1850 in New Salem, PA
He belonged to Modern Woodmen of America for over fifty years.
He was named Johnson for his maternal grandfather, Johnson Frey (M. Hester Pierce) and for his great maternal grandmother, Hestor Johnson, wife of abraham Frye, Jr. The Dearth came from Maxwell Dearth, the first undertaker of New Salem, personal friend of his father.
On the death of his parents, J. D. Allaman came by train as far as Peoria, IL from whence he walked to Buckheart Twp, Fulton County, IL. He worked on a farm 2 1/2 years for John Brown, brother to his brother-in-law, Samuel Brown. He then moved to Canton where he met his beloved.
Wife: Julia Etta MOTSINGER
Born: 04 OCT 1860 in Monterey, Fulton Co., IL
01 (M): Jesse Lewis ALLAMAN (Photos)
02 (F): Ethel Grace ALLAMAN
She was in a high chair by the coal range where her mother was baking bread. When her father opened the door, it struck Ethel's high chair. The child fell to the floor. When her father picked her up, she was dead. She is buried at the head of gravestone of her grandparents, Charles Sheppard Johnson at Orndorff Cemetery, Buckhart Twp, Fulton Co., IL. -- per D.B. Allaman
03 (M): Charles Edgar ALLAMAN (Photos)
04 (F): Nellie Marie ALLAMAN
05 (M): Albert Ross ALLAMAN (Photos)
06 (F): Mary Ellen ALLAMAN (Photos)
07 (M): William Russell ALLAMAN (Photos)
08 (F): Zella Mae ALLAMAN (Photos)
Revised: July 16, 2005
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