William BUTLER


  1. Lemuel BUTLER (1856-1856)
  2. Hannah A. (BUTLER) COULTHAR (1858-1931)
  3. Mary E. "Em" (CARNEY) BUTLER (1860-1951)
  4. Frank E. BUTLER (1862-1863)
  5. Elizabeth P. "Lizzie" (BUTLER) WARD ELLIOTT (1865-1938)
  6. Fannie B. (BUTLER) STEIN (1868-1941)
  7. Sarah N. "Sadie" (BUTLER) POOLE (1871-1950)
  8. Eleazer "Ell" BUTLER (1874-1928)
  9. Leota M. "Ota" (BUTLER) ANGEL (1879-1937)
  10. William Curliss? Clarion? BUTLER (1881-?)


1850 federal census, Pile's Grove, Salem co. New Jersey:

1860 federal census, City of Litchfield, Montgomery co. IL (page 83, family 623? 624?):

1870 federal census, township 8 range 9, Macoupin co. IL (15 July 1870, page 30, dwelling 232, family 230):

1880 federal census, Bunker Hill, Macoupin co. IL (page 68):

1900 federal census, Gillespie village 948, Macoupin co. IL (1 June 1900, page 1A):

1910 federal census, Gillespie Ward 3, Macoupin co. IL (page 6, family 112):

Macoupin County Enquirer, 24 January 1912, page 5 column 4:

Died, at the family residence in Gillespie, of a complication of diseases, at 7 o'clock Thursday morning, January 18, William Butler, Sr., aged 82 years. Mr. Butler was a familiar figure on the streets of Gillespie, being well liked and respected by everyone. He leaves to mourn his death two sons and six daughters, Elleazor [sic] and William Butler, Jr., of St. Joseph, Mo.; Mrs. Fannie Stein, of Pawnee, Neb.; Mrs. Hannah Coulther, of Nebraska; Mrs. John Angel, of Hicksville, Ohio; Mrs. Sadie Poole, of Brighton; Mrs. William Carney and Mrs. Elizabeth Ward of Gillespie. The funeral was held from the residence at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Burial in the Gillespie cemetery.

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