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His office scored its first great success in 1883, when it succeeded in inducing the
General Assembly to enact the first institute law. The provisions of the law were
very simple. All persons undergoing an examination for a certificate were obliged
to pay a fee of $1. This fee was deposited by the county superintendent with the
county treasurer, as an institute fund, and was subject to the order of the county
superintendent. It was made obligatory upon the county superintendent to hold
an annual institute of at least five days, although he was permitted to unite with
the superintendent of an adjoining county if he deemed that plan to be expedient.
Persons holding valid certificates were exempt from the payment of an institute
fee, but others were required to pay $1.

This was an admirable piece of legislation and put the county institute on its
feet. There had been gatherings of teachers from the beginnings of schools in the
State, but they had received no recognition from the law further than a legal pro-
vision permitting boards of supervisors and county commissioners' courts to make
appropriations for their support. Subsequent legislation enabled the Superintendent
of Public Instruction to control, at least partially, the character of the instruction
in these institutes by making it necessary for the instructors to hold certificates
from him.

Two years later the State Department scored another triumph by securing the
enactment of a law that put the county superintendency into far better shape than
it had ever been before. It restored the visitation feature cut out by the law of
1872. The superintendent was required to visit each school in his county at least
once each year, and more frequently if possible. Half of the time of the office was
to be devoted to the country schools. It classified the counties on the basis of the
number of schools and removed from the county board the power of determining
the time of the superintendent except within certain limits. The counties were
divided into four classes: Those having not more than fifty schools, those having
from fifty-one to seventy-five, those having from seventy-six to one hundred, and
those having a greater number than one hundred. In the first-named class the
limitation could not be less than one hundred and fifty days; in the second, not less
than two hundred days; in the third, not less than two hundred and fifty and the
fourth class could not be limited in time. The compensation was made $4 a day
with the percentages remaining as they were, and an additional $1 a day was allowed
for all days spent in visitation.

It is now easy to understand the remarkable increase in school visitation noted
above. The compensation of the county superintendents was received from the
Auditor of Public Accounts, with the exception of the percentages, and the amount
thus remitted was withheld from the amount of the public funds due the counties.
The increase of compensation naturally attracted a better class of candidates for
these positions and the quality of the work done by these officers steadily improved.

In the earnest efforts that were made through many years to improve the condi-
tion of the county superintendency it was urged that a fixed salary should attach
to the office. This was finally accomplished in 1905. The section of the school



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195



law fixing the compensation of these officers was so amended as to make the salaries
of the superintendents in counties of the first class $1,250 per annum, in counties
of the second class $1,650 per annum, and in counties of the third class (Cook county)
$7,500 per annum. Boards of supervisors are authorized to increase this com-
pensation if they desire, the same to be paid from the county treasury.

The latest action with regard to this matter was taken in 1909 when the law was
again amended so that it now reads as follows :

County superintendents elected hereafter shall receive in full for their services in counties which,
according to the census of 1900, contained a population not exceeding 12,000, $1,250 per annum; in
counties which, according to the census of 1900 contained a population of more than 12,000 and not
exceeding 20,000, $1,500 per annum; in counties which, according to the census of 1900 contained a
population of more than 20,000 and not exceeding 28,000, $1,800 per annum; in counties which,
according to tlie census of 1900, contained a population of more than 28,000 and not exceeding 36,000,
$2,000 per annum; in counties which, according to the census of 1900, contained a population of more
than 36,000 and not exceeding 50,000, $2,250 per annum; in counties which, according to the census
of 1900, contained a population of more than 50,000 and not exceeding 75,000, $2,500 per annum ;
in counties which, according to the census of 1900, contained a population of more than 75,000
and not exceeding 100,000, $2,750 per annum; and in counties which, according to the census of 1900,
contained a population of more than 100,000, $7,500 per annum, payable quarterly from the State
school fund. Provided, h-wever, that the board of supervisors or the board of county commissioners
may allow additional compensation for such services, payable quarterly from the county treasury.
The Auditor, in making his warrant to any county for the amount due it from the State school fund,
shall deduct from it the several amounts for which warrants have been issued to the county superin-
tendent of said county since the preceding apportionment of the State school fund.

It has been a long time coming, but, at last, the county superintendents of Illinois
receive a fair compensation for their services. In consequence, the schools are
steadily improving in efficiency and the near future will witness a development in
the country school heretofore unknown in the history of education in Illinois.

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS SINCE 1865



1865-69 Seth W. Grammer.

1869-82 John H. Black.

1882-93 *John Jimison.

1893-94 Ella M. Grubb.

1865-69 Joel G. Morgan.

1869-73 Louis B. Butter.

1873-82 Mrs. P. A. Taylor.

1882-86 Louise C. Gibbs.

1886-90 Mrs. P. A. Taylor.

1890-91 *Riley J. Bain.

1865-73 Thomas W. Hynes.

1873-77 Samuel G. Duff.

1877-82 Michael V. Denny.

1882-86 PhiHp C. Reed.

1886-90 Thomas P. Morey.



ADAMS COUNTY.

1894-97 A. A. Seehorn.
1897-1910 A. R. Smith.
1910 John H. Steiner.

ALEXANDER COUNTY.

1891-98 Nannie J. McKee.
1898-1902 Mrs. P. A. Taylor.
1902-09 *John Snyder.
1909-10 Silas E. Gott.
1910 Fannie P. Hacker.

BOND COUNTY.

1890-94 James C. Blizzard.
1894-1902 Wm. E. Robinson.
1902-06 Wm. T. Harlan.
1906-10 H. A. Meyer.
1910 H. A. Meyer.



*Deceased.



196



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS



BOONE COUNTY.



1865-73 Wm. H. Durham.

1873-77 Mary E. Crary.

1877-82 D. C. Cowan.

1882-85 Julia Eaton.



1865-73 John P. Richmond.

1873-81 James P. Amonett.

1881-90 George H. Lee.

1890-94 James 0. Briggs.



1885-90 H. J. Sherrill.
1890-1902 Levi R. Fitzer.
1902-10 J. G. Lucas.
1910 Elizabeth B. Harvey.



BROWN COUNTY.



1894-98 H. E. Bartlett.
1898-1902 James O. Briggs.
1902-06 H. V. Davis.
1906-12 C. W. Sellers.



BUREAU COUNTY.



1865-67
1867-69
1869-72
1872-73
1873-77



1865-69
1869-73
1873-77

1877-86
1886-90
1890-94



1865-69
1869-82

1882-86



1865-69
1869-73
1873-77

1877-82
1882-86



* Marion E. Ryan.
Albert Ethridge.
Albert Ethridge (resigned)
Joseph A. Mercer.
Jacob Miller.



Stephen G. Lewis.
Solomon Lammy.
Israel J. Varner.
James McNabb.
Wm. E. Barber.
J. E. Watson.

Nelson Fletcher.
James E. Millard.
George C. Mastin.



J. K. Van Demark.
Harvey Tate.
John Gore.
A. J. Hill.
Andrew L. Anderson.



1910

CALHOUN COUNTY.

1894-98

1898-1902

1902-06

1906-10

1910

CARROLL COUNTY.



1877-82 G. B. Harrington.
1882-86 Jacob Miller.
1886-98 G. B. Harrington.
1898-1910 Claude Brown.

George 0. Smith.



Elmore Allen.
Charles H. Lamar.
Elmore Allen.
Stephen J. Sibley.
Stephen J. Sibley.



1886-98 J. H. Grossman.
1898-1910 John Hay.
1910 John Hay.



CASS COUNTY.



1886-94 Charles A. Schaeffer.
1894-98 John G. Pearn.
1898-1906 Albert E. Hinners.
1906-10 Henry Jacobs.
1910 Henry Jacobs.



CHAMPAIGN COUNTY.



1865-73 T. R. Leal.
1873-77 Samuel L. Wilson.
1877-82 Mrs. C. E. Earned.



1882-1902 G. R. Shawhan.
1902-10 Charles H. Watts.
1910 Charles H. Watts.



1865-69 A. McCaskill.

1869-73 W. F. Gorrell.

1873-82 Robert W. Orr.

1882-86 Francis Bovd.



CHRISTIAN COUNTY.



1886-98 Robert W. Orr.
1898-1900 D. O. Witmer.
1900-10 Anna L. Barbre.
1910 H. L. Fowkes.



*Deceascd.





THE EDUCA


TIONAL
CLARK


HISTORY
COUNTY.


OF ILLINOIS


1865-69


James Dawson.




1886-90


Horatio V. Gard.


1869-73


Wm. T. Adams.




1890-94


Benjamin A. Sweet.


1873-75


*Perry A. McKain.




1894-98


John C. Perdue.


1875-77


Edward Pearce.




1898-1906


J. D. Shoemaker.


1877-82


Edward Shaw.




1906-10


Harry W. Drake.


1882-86


Wm. A. Porter.


CLAY


1910
COUNTY.


Harry W. Drake.


1865-69


John Russell.




1894-98


Thomas B. Greenlaw.


1869-73


C. H. Murray.




1898-1902


D. A. McQueen.


1873-74


Jacob H. Songer (resigned).


1902-04


Jacob I. McKneeley.


1874-82


George W. Smith.




1904-06


D. W. Dillman.


1882-86


Cleveland W. Mills.




1906-10


G. 0. Lewis.


1886-90


Lon S. McKnight.




1910


G. 0. Lewis.


1890-94


John T. Campbell.









197



CLINTON COUNTY.



1865-69 O. B. Nichols.
1869-73 S. B. Wyle.
1873-June 1877 Philip Bottler.
1877-June to Dec. Elisha Sharp.

1865-69 Elzy Blake.

1869-73 S. J. Bovell.

1873-77 Allen Hill.

1877-86 T. J. Leo.

1886-90 A. J. Funkhouser.

1890-04 Charles F. Feagan.



1865-69 John F. Eberhart.

1869-73 A. G. Lane.

1873-77 George D. Plant.

1877-91 A. G. Lane.



1877-94 George A. Beattie.
1894-10 Wm. Johnson.
1910 Wm. Johnson.



COLES COUNTY.



1894-98 John L. Whisnand.
1898-1902 John H. Sawyer.
1902-06 W. E. Millar.
1906-10 Marietta A. Neal.
1910 W. E. Millar.



COOK COUNTY.



1891-1902 0. T. Bright.
1902-10 A. F. Nightingale.
1910 E. J. Tobin.



1865-69 George N. Parker.

1869-73 Samuel A. Burner.

1873-77 Presley G. Bradbury.

1877-81 George W. Henderson.

1881-82 Hugh McHattan.

1882-86 Henry Q. Hiser.



1865-73 Wm. E. Lake.

1873-77 T. C. Killie.

1877-81 Henry J. Groscup.

1881-82 Wm. E.Lake.

1882-86 Samuel C. Miller.

1886-90 Lewis Decius.



CRAWFORD COUNTY.

1886-90 Francis M. Shaw.
1890-94 Valmore Parker.
1894-98 M. N. Beeman.
1898-1902 Edgar L. Douglas.
1902-10 Harry E. Green.
1910 Harry E. Green.

CUMBERLAND COUNTY.

1890-94 Charles B. Stansberry.
1894-98 S. S. Frederick.
1898-1902 J. F. Grissamore.
1902-10 H. M. Tipsward.
1910 John W. Costelo.



*Deceased.



198



1865-69
1869-77

1877-81
1881-90



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS

DE KALB COUNTY.



Martin V. Allen.
Horace P. Hall.
L. L. Graham.
George I. Talbot.



1890-1906 Lewis M. Gross.
1906-10 W. W. Coultas.
1910 W. W. Coultas.



DE WITT COUNTY.



1865-69


Stephen K. Carter.


1869-73


F. M. Vanlue.


1873-77


Mary S. Welch.


1877-90


Mary S. Welch.



1890-94 Nelson R. Hughes.
1894-1902 Hattie P. Wilson.
1902-10 T. C. Wampler.
1910 John C. Costley.



DOUGLAS COUNTY.



1865-69


W. W. Monroe. 1894-98


Mamie Bunch.


1869-75


*S. T. Callaway. 1898-1900


Thomas M. Wells.


1875-77


Charles W. Woolverton. 1900-02


Joseph 0. Neal.


1877-82


J. W. King. 1902-06


Annie E. Rogers.


1882-86


Jos. R. Burres. 1906-10


E. E. Gere.


1886-94


Nora A. Smith. 1910

DU PAGE COUNTY.


E. E. Gere.



1865-69 Charles W. Richmond.

1869 Charles Clark. (Elected but failed

to qualify.)
1870-73 Charles W. Richmond.
1873-82 J. R. Haggard.



1882-85 John K. Rassweiler.
1885-86 Samuel Fisher.
1886-1910 R. T. Morgan.
1910 R. T. Morgan.



EDGAR COUNTY.



1865-69
1869-73
1873-77

1877-82



George Hunt.
A. J. Mapes.
R. S. Cusic.
W. H. Roth.



1882-86 David T. Stewart.
1886-94 James A. Kerrick.
1894-1902 George H. Gordon.
1902 George W. Brown.



EDWARDS COUNTY.



1865-69 L. T. Rude.

1869-86 Levinus Harris.

1886-90 Edward C. Fitch.

1890-98 Fred W. Potter.



1898-06 Frank Coles, Jr.
1906-10 W. H. Sieflferman.
1910 W. H. SiefEerman.



EFFINGHAM COUNTY.



1865-69 W. I. N. Fisher.

1869-73 S. F. Gilmore.

1873-81 Owen Scott.

1881-98 J. A. Arnold.

*Deceased.



1898-1901 Charles L. Combs.
1901-10 C. E. Mitchell.
1910 J. A. Davis.



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS



199



1865-69 Thomas K. Jenkins. (Resigned

March, 1869.)
1869 Zeiba S. Swan. (March to Novem

ber.)
1869-73 D. H. Mays.
1873-84 Benjamin F. Shipley.



FAYETTE COUNTY

1884



Jesse Mays. (March to Novem-
ber.)
1884-94 Thomas W. Hart.
1894-98 Charles L. Fogler.
1898-1910 C. F. Easterday.
1910 Frank E. Crawford.



FORD COUNTY.



1865-69 J. B. Randolph.

1869-71 James Brown.

1871-73 W. L. Conrow.

1873-77 Robert N. Gorsuch.

1877-79 Daniel H. Armstrong.



1879-82 S. A. Armstrong.
1882-90 Frank G. Lohman.
1890-1906 E. A. Gardner.
1906-10 H. M. Rudolph.
1910 H. M. Rudolph.



FRANKLIN COUNTY.



1865-73

^.873-77
1877-90
1890-94
1894-98



1865-67
1867-69
1869-73
1873-77

1877-82



1865-73

1873-82
1882-86
1886-90



R. R. Link.
George C. Ross.
Charles D. Threlkeld.
Wilford F. Dillon.
Hiram N. Aiken.



1898-1902 W. S. Buntin.
1902-06 Hiram M. Aiken.
1906-10 Offa Neal.
1910 C. W. Mundell.



FULTON COUNTY.



Samuel S. Tipton.
J. K. Harmison.
H. J. Benton.
V. M. Grewell.
H. J. Benton.



(Resigned.) 1882-86 E. R. Boyer.

1886-94 Maurice P. Rice.

1894-1910 M. M. Cook.

1910 M. M. Cook.



GALLATIN COUNTY.



Nathaniel P. Holderby.
Thomas J. Cooper.
Hugh C. Gregg.
Thomas J. Proctor.



1890-98 George Hanlon.
1898-1906 W. J. Blackard.
1906-10 J. M. Greenlee.
1910 J. B. Boswell.



GREENE COUNTY.



1865-69 Stephen F. Corrington.

1869-72 C. A. Worley. (Resigned.)

1872-73 John Johns.

1873-77 Kate L. Hopkiris.

1877-80 David F. King.

1880-82 H. H. Montgomery.

1882-86 Wm. J. Roberts.



1886-90 Laura Hazle.

1890-94 Wm. A. Hubbard.

1894-98 Harvey T. White.

1898-1902 Harry E. Bell.

1902-06 Lucian K. Jones.

1906-10 George B. McClellan.

1910 George B. MeClellan.



1865-73 Hiram C. Goold.

1873-82 John Higby.

1882-84 Orrin N. Carter.

1884-90 Stillman E. Massey.



GRUNDY COUNTY.



1890-98 David R. Anderson.

1898-1902 Mary R. Holderman.

1902-10 Charles H. Root.

1910 Charles H. Root.



200



1865-73
1873-77

1877-82
1882-86



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS

HAMILTON COUNTY.



George B. Robinson.
John P. Stelle.
R. G. Eckols.
La Fayette Howard.



1886-94 Johnson H. Lane.
1894-1902 D. J. Underwood.
1902-10 T. W. Biggerstaff.
1910 Whitson W. Dailey.



HANCOCK COUNTY.



1865-69


George W. Batchelder.


1869-77


Wm. Griffin.


1877-86


Samuel W. Lay ton.


1886-90


L. P. Cravens.


1865-73


John Jack.


1873-77


Marshall Rose.


1877-82


James A. Lowry.


1882-86


John H. Jenkins.


1886-90


Frank E. Matheny.



1890-1902 John A. Califlf.
1902-10 J. E. Williams.
1910 S. A. D. Paris.



HARDIN COUNTY.



1890-94 T. H. Stubbs.
1894-98 Thomas C. Jackson.
1898-1902 John H. Womack.
1902-10 H. M. Rittenhouse.
1910 John H. Oxford.



HENDERSON COUNTY.



1865-69


John A. Summers.


1869-73


R. P. Randall.


1873-77


James McArthur.


1877-82


James M. Akin.


1882-86


Elizabeth A. Cameron,


1886-90


James M. Akin.


1865-69


A. K. Henny.


1869-73


H. S. Comstock.


1873-82


B. F. Barge.


1882-86


E. C. Rosseter.



1890-94 C. C. Butler.
1894-1902 Simeon E. Mace.
1902-06 Albert C. Keener.
1906-10 Mrs. Delia Yeomans.
1910 Mrs. Delia Yeomans.



HENRY COUNTY.



1886-90 Joshua Williams.
1890-93 John B. Russell.
1893-1910 Martin Luther.
1910 A. L. Oldenweller.



IROQUOIS COUNTY.

1865-69 N. M. Bancroft. 1886-90

1869-73 L. T. Hewins. (Died July 30, 73.) 1890-94

1873, July-Nov. John H. Holmes. 1894-1906

1873-82 D. Kerr. 1906-10

1882-86 Edmund J. Blake. 1910



John J. Eckman.
Frank M. Crangle.
S. C. Rutherford.
Frank A. Gilbreath.
Frank A. Gilbreath.



JACKSON COUNTY.



1865-69
1869-73
1873-77

1877-86
1886-90



H. C. Robinson.
John Ford.
L. H. Redd.
John M. Reeder.
PhilHp Eager.



1890-94 John M. Bryan.
1894-98 Bert R. Burr.
1898-1906 Emma Bryan.
1906-10 Ida Robinson .
1910 Andrew J. Rendleman.



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS

JASPER COUNTY.



201



1865-69 Isaac H. Walker.

1869-73 P. S. McLaughlin.

1873-77 Calvin S. James.

1877-90 John F. Arnold.



1890-98 G. S. Batman.
1898-1910 John F. Arnold.
1910 Milo D. Yelvington.



1865-69 James M. Pace.

1869-73 G. W. Johnson.

1873-86 John D. Williams.

1886-94 Wm. T. Sumner.



JEFFERSON COUNTY.



1894-98 Oscar C. Stitch.
1898-1906 James M. Hill.
1906-10 Arthur E. Summers.
1910 Arthur E. Summers.



1865-69 Wm. J. Herdman.

1869-73 Charles H. Knapp.

1873-77 W. H. Lynn.

1877-86 Lott Pennington.

1886-90 Otis D. Leach.



JERSEY COUNTY.



1890-94 Richard Keily.
1894-98 Thomas A. Case.
1898-1910 James W. Roberts.
1910 James W. Roberts.



JO DAVIESS COUNTY.



1865-77


George W. Pepoon.


1877-86


Robert Brand.


1886-90


Mathew R. Chambers,


1890-94


W. H. Martin.


1894-98


Hiram P. Caverly.


1865-69


J. S. Wittenberg.


1869-73


Robert M. Fisher.


1873-77


T. G. Farris.


1877-82


P. T. Chapman.


1882-90


Wm. Y. Smith.



1898-1902 W. H. Martin.
1902-06 J. W. Wilcox.
1906-10 Myrtle Renwick.
1910 Benjamin L. Birkbeck.



JOHNSON COUNTY.



1890-94 Martin T. Van Cleve.
1894-1902 Sarah J. Whittenberg.
1902-10 Wm. M. Grisson, Jr.
1910 Emma Rebman.



1865-69 C. E. Smith.
1869-73 George B. Charles.
1873-86 C. E. Mann.



KANE COUNTY.



1886-1902 M. Quackenbush.
1902-10 H. A. Dean.
1910 F. A. Ellis.



KANKAKEE COUNTY.



1865-69


John Higby.


1869-73


F. W. Beecher. (Resigned May,




1873.)


1873


Warren R. Hickox. (Resigned




September, 1873.)


1873-77


Nettie M. Sinclair.


1877-82


H. C. Paddock.



1882-86 Lucelia W. Dye.
1886-90 Fayette S. Hatch.
1890-1902 James H. Peterson.
1902-06 J. D. Cokely.
1906-10 S. D. Saltzgiver.
1910 S. D. Saltzgiver.



202



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS



KENDALL COUNTY.



1865-69


W. S. Coy.


1869-77


J. R. Marshall.


1877-90


C. C. Duffy.


1865-69


James H. Knapp,


1869-73


F. Christainer.


1773-82


Mary Allen West.


1882-86


W. L. Steele.


1886-90


George W. Oldfather,



1890-1910 A. D. Curran.
1910 A. D. Curran.



KNOX COUNTY.



1890-1902 S. C. Ransom.
1892-98 Matthew Andrews.
1898-1902 Ernest S. Wilkinson.
1902-10 W. F. Boyes.
1910 W. F. Boyes.



1865-73 Byron L. Carr.

1873-77 John P. Manchester.

1877-81 A. R. Sabin.

1881-88 Peter Fisher.



LAKE COUNTY.



1888-1902 Matthew W. Marvin.
1902-06 Frank N. Gaggin.
1906-10 T. A. Simpson.
1910 T. A. Simpson.



LA SALLE COUNTY.



1865-69


J. M. Day.


1869-73


George S. Wedgewood.


1873-82


R. Williams.


1882-94


G. B. Stockdale.



1894-1906 U. J. Hoffman.
1906-10 W. R. Foster.
1910 W. R. Foster.



1865-69 Tolman P. Lowry.

1869-73 Ozias V. Smith.

1873-82 F. W. Cox.

1882-90 Charles H. Martin.

1892-94 G. W. Lackey.



LAWRENCE COUNTY.



1894-98 John Brough Stout.
1898-1902 H. W. Hostetter.
1902-06 A. P. Spencer.
1906-10 R. R. Kimmell.



/9IO



R. R. Kimmell.



1865-73 James H. Preston.

1873-77 Daniel Carey.

1877-82 James H. Preston.

1882-86 S. J. Howe.



LEE COUNTY.



1886-90 P. M. James.
1890-94 Jay C. Edwards.
1894-1910 L Frank Edwards,
1910 L. W. Miller.



1865-73 H. H. Hill.
1873-82 M. Tombaugh.
1882-90 George W. Ferris.



LIVINGSTON COUNTY.



1890-94 Henry A. Foster.
1894-1902 C. R. Tombaugh.
1902-10 W. E. Herbert.



LOGAN COUNTY.



1865-69
1869-73
1873-77
1877-82
1882-94



J. G. Chalfant.
Levi T. Regan.
J. G. Chalfant.
Wm. H. Derby.
Samuel Guttery.



1894-98 Jonathan S. Cole.
1898-1906 E. P. Gram.
1906-10 D. F. Nickols.
1910 D. F. Nickols.



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS

MACON COUNTY.



203



1865-69 Edwin Park.

1869-73 O. F. McKim.

1873-77 Simon P. Nickey.

1877-86 John Trainer.

1886-90 Thomas L. Evans.



1890-94 John M. Donahy.
1894-1902 John G. Kellar.
1902-06 Alba A. Jones.
1906-10 Leona F. Bowman.
1910 Mary Moore.



MACOUPIN COUNTY.



1865-69


Charles E. Foote.


1869-73


F. H. Chapman.


1873-77


John S. Kenyon.


1877-81


F. W. Crouch. :.


1881-83 "


George W. Grubb.


1883-86


George W. Bowersox.


1865-69


Wm. P. Eaton.


1869-73


John Weaver.


1873-77


A. A. Suppiger.


1877-82


B. F. Sippy.


1882-86


James Squire.


1886-90


A. A. Suppiger.


1865-69


Hugh Moore.


1869-73


James McHaney.


1873-77


J. W. Primer.


1877-82


John B. Abbott.


1882-86


Wm. H. Storrs.


1865-69


John Fuller.


1869-73


John Peck.


1873-82


Charles S. Edwards, Jr.


1882-86


, Wm. H. Kister.


1886-90


Ira M. Ong.


1865-73


H. H. Moore.


1873-82


S. M. Badger.


1882-86


Daniel M. Blair.


1886-94


C. P. Ballinger.


1865-73


Wm. H. Scott,


1873-77


Henry Armstrong.


1877-82


W. M. Priestley.


1882-86


Henry Armstrong.


1886-90


F. A. Armstrong.



1886-90 George Harrington.

1890-94 Thomas E. Moore.

1894-98 James E. McClure.

1898-1906 M. M. Kessinger.

1906-10 Robert C. Moore.

1910 Robert C. Moore.



MADISON COUNTY.



1890-94 Thomas P. Dooling.
1894-98 David M. Bishop.
1898-1902 Mark Henson.
1902-06 Robert H. Lowry.
1906-10 J. U. Uzzell.
1910 J. U. Uzzell.



MARION COUNTY.



1886-90 S. S. Hawley.
1890-98 S. G. Burdick.
1898-1906 John Whitchurch.
1906-10 John S. Knisely.
1910 J. F. Hickman.



MARSHALL COUNTY.



1890-94 Jesse E. W. Morgan.

1894-1901 M. M. Mallary.

1901-10 E. Frank Perry.

1910 E. Frank Perry.



MASON COUNTY.



1894-1906 Matthew Bollan.

1906-10 J. A. Mehlhop.

1910 Fannie Spaits Merwin.



MASSAC COUNTY.



1890-94 Joshua M. Reynolds.
1894-98 Robert Alexander.
1898-1902 Joshua M. Reynolds.
1902-K) W. A. Spence.
1910 W. A. Spence.



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THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS



Mcdonough county.



1865-69 Daniel Branch.

1869-73 Loyd H. Copeland.

1873-77 J. M. Dunsworth, Jr.

1877-82 H. A. Maxwell.

1882-90 Thomas J. Dudman.

1865-69 A. J. Kingman.

1869-73 Gardner S. Southworth.

1873-77 Wilham Nickle.

1877-82 A. W. Young.

1882-83 Sebre D. Baldwin.



1890-94 George R. Fenton.
1894-1906 J. M. Pace.
1906-10 B. E. Decker.
1910 B. E. Decker.



McHENRY COUNTY.



1883-84 Henry R. Baldwin.
1884-90 Lester Barber.
1890-1902 Wm. E. Wire.
1902-10 George W. Conn, Jr.
1910 A. M. Shelton.



1865-69 Daniel Wilkins.

1869-73 John Hull.

1873-77 John Hull.

1877-82 Wm. H. Smith.



McLEAN COUNTY.



1882-94 John A. Miller.
1894-1906 John S. Wren.
1906-10 B. C. Moore.
1910 B. C. Moore.



MENARD COUNTY.



1865-69 Edward Booth.

1869-73 Wm. H. Berry.

1873-77 K. B. Davis.

1877-98 R. D. Miller.

1898-1903 George C. Power.

1865-69 S. B. Atwater.

1869-73 F. W. Livingston.

1873-82 Amanda E. Frazier.

1882-86 Joseph A. Coding.



1903-04


R. D. Miller.


1904-06


T. E. Cantrall.


1906-10


Eva B. Batterton.


1910


Eva B. Batterton.



MERCER COUNTY.



1886-90 Kenneth M. Whitham.
1890-92 Alexander Calhoun.
1892-1910 Charlton L. Gregory.
1910 Charlton L. Gregory.



MONROE COUNTY.



1865-69 James A. Kennedy.

1869-73 Jos. W. Rickert.

1873-98 W. H. Hilyard.

1865-69 J. C. Tulley.

1869-73 H. L. Gregory.

1873-77 Francis Springer.

1877-82 Thomas E. Harris.

1882-90 Jesse C. Barrett.



1898-1910 Henry Eisenhart.
1910 J. W. Jackson.



MONTGOMERY COUNTY.



1890-94 Jacob L. Traylor.
1894-98 W. H. Groner.
1898-1906 Wm. J. McDavid.
1906-10 John W. Harp.
1910 John W. Harp.



1865-73 Samuel M. Martin.

1873-82 Henry Higgins.

1882-86 Christopher M. Sevier.

1886-90 Alfred T. Lynn.

1890-94 Harry C. Montgomery.



MORGAN COUNTY.



1894-98 Hart H. Withee.
1898-1904 Frank A. Johnson.
1904-10 Harry C. Montgomery.
1910 Harry C. Montgomery.



THE EDUCATIONAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS



205



MOULTRIE COUNTY.



1865-69


T. Y. Lewis. •


1869-73


Frank D. Stearns


1873-77


J. K. P. Rose.


1877-82


D. F. Stearns.


1882-90


B. F. Peadro.



1890-98 Oscar B. Lowe.
1898-1902 B. F. Peadro.
1902-10 J. C. Hoke.
1910 Van D. Roughton.



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