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   Notes   Linked to 
201 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Martin FLANIGAN
 
202 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Mary FLANIGAN
 
203 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Michael FLANIGAN
 
204 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Thomas FLANIGAN
 
205 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Mary Bridge FLEMING
 
206 25 FEB 1702/1703 Marie-Marthe FORCIER
 
207 Of Cincinnati Police Dept. and was killed in the line of duty. Harry FOX
 
208 Boulanger Michel GOLLARD
 
209 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_I,_Prince_of_Monaco Albert Honoré Charles GRIMALDI
 
210 Charles III Charles Honoré GRIMALDI
 
211 She wrote a shopping column for the Kansas City Journal in the early
1920s and worked for the Ferry Handley advertising agency. She
received a bachelor's degree in European cultural history from the
University of Missouri-Kansas City in 1963 and a master's degree in
art history in 1988, becoming the school's oldest diploma
recipient. Mrs. Collins was a teaching assistant in the department of
art history of the University of Missouri-Kansas City 
Elise Rosine GUIGNON
 
212 unmarried Florence Carmelite GUIGNON
 
213 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Frank D. GUIGNON
 
214 unmarried Joseph Amable GUIGNON
 
215 probate record opened 10/15/1822 showing estate without will. Louis Joseph GUIGNON
 
216 unmarried Mable Harriet GUIGNON
 
217 unmarried Maude Elvina GUIGNON
 
218 born in house of banker Steven A. Girard Simon Amable GUIGNON
 
219 BET 1701 AND 1718 Anne GUILLET
 
220 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
James Taylor HAGAN
 
221 Rosedale Cemetery Anna HAWKES
 
222 Oakwood Cemetery, Dixon, IL Michael HEALEY
 
223 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Betty Jean HEALY
 
224 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Frank HEALY
 
225 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Heine Christian Johann Heinrich HEINE
 
226 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Heine Marie Alice HEINE
 
227 nephew of Heinrich Heine Michel HEINE
 
228 Forgeron Jean HEYM
 
229 Merchant-Ferrant Laurent HEYM
 
230 Not sure about this person. May have been a twin of Fanny who died
as an infant. 
Alice HOLLERAN
 
231 no date, second to last child Bridget HOLLERAN
 
232 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Catherine HOLLERAN
 
233 no date, first child John HOLLERAN
 
234 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Margaret HOLLERAN
 
235 Alternate birth date 1830 Patrick HOLLERAN
 
236 Place of residence: Amboy, Illinois
At some point in time the family changed the name of "Holleran" to
"Holland". This was noted on the birth certificate of Helen Olive
Underwood. State of Illinois State File Number #205545.

Virginia E. (Underwood) Ehman stated that she thought it was to "de-
Irish" the name. Also, it probably made it easier to get employment
if you were not obviously Irish.

Unknown if this spelling change was legally formalized or if the
family on their own did it for a short time.
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Obituary, Amboy News, 7/9/1936

Died at home at 6:45 AM Sunday, July 5, after a serious illness of
two weeks duration. She was born 3/19/1874, and married 4/15/1895 to
EDWIN P. Underwood. She was educated in public schools and except
for 12 years in Freeport, Ill., resided in Amboy.

Grave location: See Edward

The article then described the immediate family and who attended.
(Note the marriage date and husband's name compared to his obituary!)
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8/5/1994
Discussed my grandmother with my mother, Virginia Ehman. She gave me
some additional information that I had never known about my
grandmother. 1) She worked for a short time in Chicago as a
milliner's (hats) assistant. 2) She probably stayed with her other
sisters in Chicago. 3) For dating between her and Ed (Edwin?
Edward?) - see Edward Philip Notes. 4) She was probably pregnant
when she got married - At least that was alluded to, according to
Mom, by her other sisters, and acknowledged to Mom after the funeral.
- (See Below)
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----11/8/1994
I made a request to the Cook County Marriage License Clerk for a copy
of Edward and Sara's marriage License.
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----12/21/1994
Received a copy of Edward and Sara's marriage license. It shows that
Edward P. Underwood, of Amboy Illinois, age 23, and SADIE HOWLAND, of
Amboy, Illinois, age 21, applied for the license on August 5, 1895,
and were married on August 6, 1895, by a Catholic Priest at Holy
Name.

---------- Observations that will never be confirmed ----------
The fact that a different name for Sara is on the license (Sadie) is
not confusing. It could be a pet or nick-name they used. As stated
above, there was an attempt to "de-Irish" the name. After all,
whether the last name was "Holleran", "Holland", or "Howland", after
the woman was married she would forever be an Underwood. Note that
they all sound alike. ALSO, here is another question to ponder.
Since Olive was born about four months later, (Dec. 1895) and she was
working in Chicago as a milliner's assistant, had she and Ed meet in
Chicago for a "Wild Weekend" about the time of her birthday?
Considering the times, I'm guessing that she became pregnant and then
stayed in Chicago. She probably couldn't go home. Amboy is such a
small town and you know how people talk! Considering her 21st
birthday was March 19, 1995, and Olive being born December 19th, nine
months later, it seems apparent that my Grandfather, Edward, really
gave her a gift of love. My Mother (Virginia Underwood Ehman) often
said that her mother always told her girls "not to marry early".
Times had to be tough for both she and Ed. Again, considering the
times, I'm sure that there were hard feelings by both sets of in-laws
during the early years. Shortly thereafter, she and Ed moved to
Freeport where Olive was born.
------- Thoughts by Philip Underwood Bondi, Grandson,
12/22/1994 ------ 
Sarah Josephine (Holland) HOLLERAN
 
237 deceased Claire HUESER
 
238 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rosemary Kay HUFF
 
239 trader and justice of the peace in
Kaskaskia, IL

previously listed having
father Antoine Janis
mother Cloto
no confirmation of this known; oral history 
Nicolas Francois JANIS
 
240 Illinois Indian Marie JEANNE
 
241 Interview with Patrick "Paddy" Shevlin, April 11, 1998, Inniskeen,
County Monaghan, Ireland. Paddy Stated that his Great-grandmother's
name was Jane or Jinny McAnany.

Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 NAME Jane "Jinny" Jennings
2 SOUR @S2759@ 
Jane JENNINGS
 
242 BET 1696 AND 1697 Noel JEREMIE
 
243 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Everett JOHNSON
 
244 Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 BIRT
2 DATE UNKNOWN 
Hugh JOHNSON
 
245 Mayor of Erstein: 1800-02, 1804-06 Aloyse KARST
 
246 1860 Census lists Theresa born c 1793, living with Camille and
Elizabeth (Elise) 
Barbe Therese KARST
 
247 unmarried Gerard P. KARST
 
248 unmarried Lillian Hortense KARST
 
249 unmarried Mabel Celeste KARST
 
250 AIF 11/2/1925 Marie Louis Philippe KARST
 

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