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,. owinary. ^. ' > ' , i ap(^Jias ^je'en' «. eonsisk'nt member

Mr. Samuel A. Dickey vras born |^-^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^. jjberal supporter

in Oxford, Pa., Kugaet 18, ISO'-, ■ j^ ^j cjun-^j, ,^£t wherever he has

and died in Eewanee, 111., June 11, je^jded, *ii4 m iohg a? Lo •was -«bfe'

1892, at 10;22 a. m., aged 69 years, ]se]dom-failed-lr)riittend the regular

9 months and ^3 days. ' "^liurch Bervice^; -He was a man of

For over three years he has bp^n /a- very «-'i:i6l, retiring disposition,

- failmg_ health, from the intrto- j, j^^^^ j^^^j '^ ^^^^^ eonTiction, and in

his quiot •R-ey .olung tenacionsly to
•what he regarded as right In le-
■ligion be Mas & man of strong faith,
flnd thrD-aghrBl] -his affliction when
tke.ciLnd VEs dear he maintained t
happy, abiding trtist in his Savior,
and a patient resignation to His trill
Those -^bo knew him best before
tlic afiliction of recen! years rcmen-
ber him as ■ kind husband, aSec-
libnat-e fatber,' faithful friend SLd
■worthy citizen, and above all the de-
., Tpted servant of Christ, who coald
} say -ff jth PaMJ» . "I have fonght the



ities of old age, and during the las!
years he has been ■very ; feeble ahd
helpless, ^requiring ' constant fcai'f,
afld while afflicted with no appafent
■ disease, y«t iiis Buffering Bt tiifae?
seemed to give tim j^eat distress.
And 60 the weary months have worn-
his life away untiU life was a* mere
flickering flame, when he gently fell
asleep and entered int-o' his eternal j
rest. , _ /. - ■ L ~ ■ _ j

There is now out ol a large family '
only two enrvi^ving him, mn older |
sister and younger brother,

WhUe quite a young man he came' "^'g^' fight,"-! "have finish^
west *nd settled an Louisville, Ey-.f^g^j^g^ jj^Q^j^fg^j, tl^g^.^ ^ j^j^ •
and was there married to M'ss >, ^ ^-^ ^ . ^^.^^^^ ^j righteousnec'^
Elizabfeth Cooper, from this pmoc Wg^ ^^^ j^jj ^ precious record for his
f ve children were bom, consisting bereaved family .and an icspiratjon
of <our eons and one daughter, th?.- forall.ithat the longest life may be
elder, James J.,iesiding in i*rra-ii tesfffpent in the service of ~
gut,. la., .David T. on a farm-.-tn ■ - -^
Cornwall township. IHi. Maggie J.-

Benedict in'~&waneQ, "iVillinm ^. i., Ti, u i • i. v v it j
in- Council -Shiffs,!^ End B&ufel ^l'^ ^.^^^f'^^^^"^'^ ^^""^J^
a, the youi^ad^m Kewanee,^o 1^^^ >^^

of whom -were permitted to be pr^E-, | . - ,=>;j^.t.^- * .u i\ .. « •. .- i .y
ent in- his last moments, and aJJ *t. yi^:"v"^l^f^ ^^♦^^T-^F^^-
^tended the funeral services. B^.^^'P°^}^'^^^^^^°^ ^ '^
moved Vitt.-liis -familf to HeniTi ^be chov sau^ "The Home (her
county.mnoiB;Cornwan township. l.The^^V^'^aro^B.. LigLt in the

in1855, <Ki-« farm, and after t^ebtyj^^fJj'' f°^ ''WaH^g and^

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spent in th^ service of ELim who
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and Bs'^rrDic^y lored xnuaic and
^(jwer^lliBOtmbd Tery appropriate
ih^i^e'a^j'pt ]u£ last attenoaoec
at .the f\iur_ch 'thotdd be the'daj
eftco: Child ren'B T>«t— a fittinr in
terlnde^ Lisliftppler day en Kgb
MenJ''Bf hkf uii pioneer friends ran
|ffesfet and bore higi away to Hms
'ant View jCemtlety, «-harp they laid
lito.VO.'TtsVbf jthe aide of his ^ifj.
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M yestiSsay Mk W borne, 400 . ^Rtqp..;
*^6treoT»g^-66 y»«. The fBnyjal-,
willi>e imii tomorrow •ft€niopnj<«t-,
^2:30 o'clock trom »te reiideafa. ..Ths
servitKSeVfll be oonducteJ by. l*v.oWj
S. Bar^B *f the JRret Prcstyi^riap;
cbwoh *ad interment viXl J»«.Ut^^
Wajnat Hi^^oeEietery. ' 11 cemotei
^jkDftoeas*!* the mother «filr».ILi'
Holte ^ iblMaty, and of Hiss J>kke
whoft^erirtBOght ir the acbooitf

; Mr W. C. DicVe^■, rho, «Tth nis in-'
'teresting family luve btea associated
Kvith the Second Church, though re-
staining their oieml'crfhip in the Fust
Church, has bceniclosely contined to
his home during ^le past ip^iith ■»Tth
illness. Ve^-e-^Ud to>-3« of his.
liniprovea(ent and Ir-iee^-.m out once:
: more. The imitj $n the Dicker- home I
V, so complete -tfia: when one member
^ers.^ t re defyly concer ned. >i- j •

■^7 JKhocked fronTaGaT^"- »'';*<

Mr.-'Vr.'C.Dktej ieli & gmalJ atation
near a'opek*. Kan., yesjjrdfij' w!lhV
buuchcf «in.lfc, -*lTiriDg JD On-sfc^
Ibi6 marmng over ibe Missunri Pacific.'
His .•«*« ' .were ' iriusferr^rf ^""^
the "' Xnioti ' Pacific ..eod were
brought"'; to _ thiB wde t>{ *-fee
liver^^rt betott »6on. , it ibt ^ufiS-
toon awitc^ tiie eonJactffr in chSr^e OT
the iraTn inliJrsjed Mr. Dickey That hi' '
in t«tidB4. 1*11 ring ihe.eihoose nferihe
lirst -Sfsrd jiritch.' «Bd rte'"^haa
bett« >>P%o^ .twitb ■ Jii« catM"
Mr. a^ej kft.* ihe *-fcaboJse'
»nd jfin jibdMl c*tching the ktirrirp'
1 1 a-Dd^rttnect io^jetpd tkclttJd^f 'VtlA;;
side ofU>e;t««ia.> JTben .»hom'-,halX
w»jT^t**'lbp<Sf the 'etr. wjJcW'wis'
tnoragnl<m\j, -iie ♦m _«tnick". jbV.a'
£V^^ tATf^ uH tbrovD to ibe ^Stiti,
■ -jr-'tfi ?#erible^oroe. .£e was picked iu iff
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*ivedfvalo«S-i&»reyta «to lii» hori^
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Mlf^^ui. be ""Jiavina

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Xtrf r.a«Io.« .mice, at the "o.^e vrere

•-caidoe*! 6y;>Ti Miller and Scb.U

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c^i»- A larfl procession of fnenils
Wrded LUa lubfral ahl-^ni -Tliom wrre ,
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were^abutdiat aod most bfaalifnl.

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1893 -Jie was jmairied to Mis»..Carne, a) ) i ' <■ <■ J <■ )

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ruatitDecstjber l£04 he served as dep- o^ the mafPldfc fCiPpep of tt2e- Iramb. V^

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Tu liU^Js. U3 «a^ « m.:^ of ^^;^'!^ii liv's to^etb^p in thi? life, that in th^Vopid

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n. Aug.



6

SO. 1771, at



son of V>'llllan & Sarah (Cock) Meao'har.,
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17, 1796 at Poultnay, Vemont, to Ke^lah Hows, who was

I), l.lay 25. 1775, at Poultnay, Varnont; and

d. Apr. 11. 1818, at Poultnay, Rutland Co., Vt;

dau. of Silas & Susan (Adans ) Hows, cf Poiultnay.

Silas Ho^'e was >). Apr. 26. 1747 at Canaari, CCij
pi-!d d. D-^rj. 1*^. leio Pt Poultn^-^'-, He narriad
Susfenor sysaTiHai' Hows who s;a3."*p. at Canterhury,
Goivn, ?©"b. 25. 1751, and d. Sep. ^. 18 21 at
Ganaen, Conn; dau, of the wid. Adj^ns who be-
caji^ the 2nd. wf , of Deacon Richard Hale —
who was Nathan Hale's father.



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d. Apr. 2fi. 1852, at Port Henry, Sssex County, Nev Yorl:,

NOTSS '

(See letters of S. S. Vt'lllcox) -After the Battle of Piatt shuri^, his tret
(cTereiiah M^.aciha- ) net two offics?s of the Royal Gua:rMs, rrho sald^tliat^-Roher
i^acha.:: who was sllll living; then — In ISl*^ — on the old honest'^ad in
Soaer set shire, Enflpr-d.- These were C«:>t. Villian end Lieut. Jereniah, »

Children:



Willinn Haw}:ins : "b. Dec. 20. 179'', at Verge nnes, Addison Co,,Vt
: d, Mar. 14. 1848, at l-toriah. New York;
: Unmarried.



11 Laura Maria : "b, . . , at Poultney, Rutland Co., Vernon

d. June 16. 1321, at Salan, New York;
m. , . , at Poultney, VeEaont;
to Sidney Teller,



who was t,
and d. «
son of



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No isTue,



Hi Uartha Jana



"b, Oct. J3. leoo, at Poultney, Vsmont;

: d. Sep. s. 1852, in Henry County, Illinois;

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r«=:la^ Cock : b. Hrz' ?.o. I80?i, at Pouitney, Rutl.'ini Co. Vf

: d. V.«y in. 1813, at Alll3oa, Vemont. In chlld-

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B. la;. vT. July ai.lJ'i'':
■*»* d. Jvn.ic.ism,
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D«o.o,icr,i», bol^ living
In IPir^, a. Jhxl. wJ".

In 18R4 - *it*- »"1«J frl^tiA
• rfci nlRS3-:At« Prof. C«o.
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, AU£, a=;, 18 0:1, at Po-oltn'i^',
d. Auc. 16. 1898, at Brooklyn,
t^o ho=» of 'h'-T d-^ughter, krs.
n. Jan. 6. 18^i, at Port ll'^nrj'
H^nry Willcox,
w?w was b. Sap. P!6. 1797
and d. June P. 18'»'>. a
son or Jnrifls
(Vloi:<^'-' ) -"iiiccx, of Addison County,



Vemont;

N9W York — at

^dwln Wllloox;

Ne*' York, to

07 at Brldport, Vemont,
, „t ftnle share, Illlnolg;
•«^'lllla-. (son o^ Giles) & Janice

Vemont.



•Ja::es KUlaT Tincox whs one of Et^ian Allen's
Tdldfls; obtfllnlng the soow on w^lc>i ha took
h's =3n across Lake Cha.-nplaln t:nc^. oipturad
Tcrrt Tlccnd-JTOfn.' (Ut. Kir 00 x adls: ) "As
h Elx-'.-ear old lad I often heard n\' grand-
fut:>-r'3 n'-^-oxnt of that capture. He said ha
h-i!\TiL All-tn's reply to Lieut. Dalaplace's In-
qulr/, 'H"/ what authority' do you demand
surrender" — 'In the n''.r» 0:



God'Lilghty and



the Jontlnentfil Contrassl' was Allen's ans'^flT';
not n*-.j\t Is usunlly given In the histories."
He::ry WlUoox's faally ezilgrated to Illinois,

1:; Oototer, 10"':^, a elx-w^ek's Journey fron

V-'nont — aettllnf Kt O-.desVarg. =^ —

1 Henry Uelvin riiicox, h. Jan. 9. 18?,5

It Port Henry, N-»w York. Died In Infancy,
Oct. 17. 18*, at Port ]Ienry, New York, »

11, )?rastus Pwlft Klllcox, t. Peh. 16. 18.T0

nt Port Hsnry, New York. n. (Ist. wf. ) Vlary Tl"
^fJ^ Ho*,rt>.}:ls(and had Oeorfe yjlton 4 and
i'.ar>' J'rtch^.ls. ) ,. (^d. rf, ) llnr/ Louise J{atp;
•of T/irwlck, Was-.* (and hal.Wllllaa. Arthur, 11
inr It IPn ftt,ii'aterbu.ry, Conji, Una. 4 and
H-trclA Hatch, llv. at Peoria, 111. Una. ) I,S,
Wi wEfl llvlnr In 1913 nt Peoria, Illinois,
having been Public Librarian for twenty years.
Ha was the autho- of the first free Stat? lib-
rary law — Illinois having the first of anj'
rt'ite In th© Union. He was a grad. of Knox
College ; GaleSburg, In 1851. frof. In Knox
Coll. e years; prof, of modem languages,
lU business a number of y^ars. Also prao-
tlood law. ilas travelled extensively.

Ill — Llarv' Helen Vlllcox, b. Feb. 25. 18r?r?,
at Port Henry, Kow York; d. June 11. 185^
at Ofiloaburg, Illinois, e. iiar, 3J. 1851 lopov
Vllllaz: T. Bnrtlefan". had T^lnnriV who nar. Jolu'i
Christian 90-., at Qulnoey,- i:?.se. f. )had Carl.)

jv Tllllan Henr/ Vlllcox,. b. Jar.. P. UB3P



Iv JsrenlELh Coolc



•b, lirxy ?.9. 180?!, at Poultney, Rutland Co., Vt;
cl. J-Iay 12^ 1813, at AMl3on, Vermont, in cMld-
hood.



iiary Ke'^ah



Lats for classificaticn =



n. l3t. \ft. July ni,1357;
5'r\3 d. JHn.10.183r?,
Cr^c, M. was "b. July PS,
1853; fie ilfurir :-:otcM:i3 "b.
D^^c.0.18o9. rjoth living
In lein. a. Snd. wf.
June ^'2. 186D.

In 1854 — with >.i<3 frlartA
and f.lassT.ata, Prof. Ceo.
C>i.an^:>erlain, 3.S.y. visi-
ts ^lurojv), spendiiif; 3
y^ara l!\ ntudy — ths l3t
Illlnolsan to r:;G;e ^"3
grand tour.



, Aug. 35. 18 on, at Poultney, Vemont;
d. Aug, 18. 1888, at Brooiayn, New York — at
the hoES of hsr daughter, Mrs. 3dwln Tllloox;
13, Jan, 6. 18PJ4, at Port Kenry, New York, to
Henry Wlllcox,

^ho was "b, Sep, 2Q. 1'707 at Brldport, Vemont,


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