William Henry Allee Jr.


William Henry Allee Jr.

Arkansas, USA
Death 4 Aug 1918 (aged 3 months)
Olney, Richland County, Illinois, USA
Burial Birds, Lawrence County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID 13081874 View Source
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William Henry Allee, Jr.

Mrs. F A Smith and mother, Mrs. Calvin Allee of Birds went to Olney Tuesday of last week to see the latter's little grandson who is very low in the hospital at that place.

PERSONAL MENTION (section of newspaper) pg. 4

The date this was published was 4 days after the death of William H. & Mary "Lena" Edwards Allee second son.

I have entered his burial location in the Saint Pauls Cemetery in Birds, Illinois - we do not know at this time the location of his burial, as his death certificate only lists that he was buried in Lawrence Co. IL. I tend to feel since other Allee family members are buried here, that the Saint Paul Cemetery would have been the cemetery his parents would have chosen. vjm
*see Update below -

Two brothers also passed away in infancy;
Oliver Allee March 26, 1917
Robert Franklin Allee May 10, 1919 - May 22, 1919
Both infants birth and burial location are unknown at this time. vjm

Update: May 2006
Source: Flossie Price - Lookup Volunteer
Lawrence Co. News Wed. Evening Aug 7, 1918 pg. 1 Lawrence Co. IL

William Henry Allee, Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H Allee, was born April 21, 1918 in Marion, Arkansas and died at Olney, Ill., Sunday, Aug. 4, 1918, age 3 months and 12 days. The funeral was held from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, in this city, Tuesday morning in charge of Rev. W. T. Cline, assisted by Rev. C.W. Henderson.
The regular funeral was held at St. Paul's Chapel, Lawrence county, in charge of Rev. T. B. McClain, of Pinkstaff. The interment was in the St. Paul cemetery.

A special thank you to Flossie Price for this long forgotten bit of information on William H. Jr. vjm

The Saint Pauls Cemetery has been walked / read and is in print. There is no mention of a marker for him, either there never was one or through the years it has been lost or grown over. vjm


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