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Forista George "Forrest" Allen
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Birth: Mar. 14, 1901
Dalton City
Moultrie County
Illinois, USA
Death: Dec. 4, 1964
Sullivan
Moultrie County
Illinois, USA

‘Forrest' was the son Benjamin Richard Allen & Ermine Elnora (Keller) Allen.
He married Helen Mae Willis on 15 Sep 1920 in Clay Co.,IL. She died Aug 15, 1930 and is laid to rest in Brown Cemetery (Clay County) near Edgewood, IL. There were four children born to this marriage: Ernie , Erma , Richard and Lester Allen 
 
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 Parents:
  Benjamin Richard Allen (1857 - 1922)
  Elnora Ermine Keller Allen (1857 - 1934)
 
 Spouse:
  Helen Mae Willis Allen (1902 - 1930)*
 
 Children:
  Ernie Albert Allen (1921 - 2003)*
  Richard W. Allen (1923 - 2006)*
  Lester G Allen (1925 - 1944)*
 
 Siblings:
  Melinda Catherine Allen Maycroft (1880 - 1954)*
  James Oliver Allen (1883 - 1942)*
  John David Allen (1886 - 1966)*
  Elnora Allen Maycroft (1887 - 1932)*
  Benjamin Alfred Allen (1891 - 1945)*
  Ruth Allen Matlock (1896 - 1965)*
  Forista George Allen (1901 - 1964)
  Elgar Glen Allen (1903 - 1987)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Greenhill Cemetery
Sullivan
Moultrie County
Illinois, USA
 
Created by: Fred Cornelius Cohoon
Record added: Aug 26, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15505070
Forista George Forrest Allen
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Forista George Forrest Allen
Added by: Fred Cornelius Cohoon
 
Forista George Forrest Allen
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Rest in peace, Uncle Forrest. I have nice memories of you.
- Anonymous
 Added: Sep. 12, 2010
REPOSE EN PAIX FORISTA!
- quebecoise
 Added: Nov. 5, 2007
 
 
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