Frozie D. (CARNEY) MUNRO (1889-1929)
- Rutherford F. MUNRO (1909-1928)
1900 federal census,
Cahokia township, Macoupin co. Illinois (page 3A, household 49):
- CARNEY, Wm., male, born Apr 1848, married 13 years, born in Tennessee, both parents born in TN.
- CARNEY, Mary E., female, born Dec 1860, wife, married 13 years, born in IL, both parents born in New Jersey.
- CARNEY, Rose D. [sic], female, born Nov 1888, daughter, single, born in IL, father born in Tennessee, mother born in IL.
- CARNEY, Leroy, male, born Feb 1893, son, single, born in IL, father born in Tennessee, mother born in IL.
- CARNEY, Gertrude C., female, born Sep 1896, daughter, single, born in IL, father born in Illinois [sic], mother born in IL.
1920 federal census,
Cahokia township, Gillespie city 2, Macoupin co. Illinois:
- CARNEY, William R., male, age 71 years, married, born in Tennessee.
- CARNEY, Mary E., female, age 59 years, wife, married, born in IL.
- CARNEY, Gertrude C., male [sic], age 23 years, daughter, single, born in IL.
- MONROE, Feozie B. [sic], female, age 31 years, daughter, widowed, born in IL.
- MONROE, Rutherford, male, age 10 years, grandson, single, born in IL.
Gillespie Area News, Thursday, 15 February 2001 ("Seventy-Five Years Ago, Wednesday, March 3, 1926"):
The American National Bank has granted Mrs. Frozie D. Munro a year leave of absence on account of her health.
She is one of the best business women in this section and will be greatly missed from the bank.
Macoupin County Enquirer, Wednesday, 9 January 1929, page 5 column 1
Mrs. Frozie D. Munro, daughter of
Mrs. William Carney
of Gillespie, died Saturday morning about 8:30 o'clock at the Oak Park Sanitarium, Oak Park, where she had been a patient for a number of months.
Mrs. Munro was reared in Gillespie and for a number of years was cashier of the American National Bank, that city. Her health failed and for about a year she was a patient at the Palmer sanitarium, Springfield. She was much improved and returned home and resumed her work, but in a short time was forced to give it up. With her son,
age 19 years, she entered the sanitarium in Oak Park for treatment. The young man died in the late fall.
Surviving are her aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Carney and one brother
of Gillespie. She is also survived by a half-sister, Mrs. Mabel Hill, Granite City, and a step-sister. The remains arrived in Carlinville early Sunday morning and were taken to the home of her parents in Gillespie.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Methodist church in Gillespie.