Mrs. Lillie Ann Rine Dies At Home in Bear Grove
3 Jan. 1949
Mrs. Llllte Ann Rine, 67, died at 3 a.m., Monday. Jan. 3, at her home one-half mile West of Hagarstown beside State Route 11.
Daughter of Albert Parks and Sarah (Campbell) parks, she was born Dec 9, 1881, In Otego township, however. she had been a resident of her late home community for about 15 years
She and James Rine were married Sept. 12, 1900 In Otego township. In addition to the husband, she leaves five children. Mrs. Maudie Porter and Mrs. Merna Guffey. both ot Brownstown; Albert, of Danville; William, of Vandalia, and Stanley, of Hagarstown. There are also 12 grandchildren; three brothers, George Parks, of Mulberry Grove: Albert Parks, of Brownstown, and Earl Parks, of Laplace, and a sister. Mrs. Mary Burrus, of Brownstown. She was a member of the Church of God.
Funeral services were conducted at 3 p.m., Wednesday. Jan. 5 at Four Mile Christian Church by J H. Reeter, pastor, of the Vandalia Pentecostal Church. Burial was made in German Reform cemetery, west of Old Loogootee. Hunter Funeral service was in charge.
AN OLD RESIDENT (* Permelia Cloud Pryor, Janet Branson Note *)
Mrs. Amelia Jarrett, better known as Grandma Jarrett, was born in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, in the year 1831, and died at her home Sunday, Feb. 27th, 1927.
She came to Fayette County with her parents in the year 1848.
They came in wagons. AS their loads were heavy for the oxen which they drove then, and the roads being very poor, the family walked most of the way.
Grandma Jarrett had a birthday once every four years. Her birthday was the 29th of February. She was 96 years old.
She was married to John Jarrett a few years after she came here. He has been dead several years.
She leaves one son, P.L. Jarrett of Wilberton township, with whom she made her home.
She has been of good health nearly all her life; was only sick about one hour before she died.
She leaves one sister, Mrs. P Kates, of St. James, many grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
Funeral was held at Center Church Tuesday. Burial was at Pryor Cemetery. She was a faithful member of Center Church.
THE VANDALIA UNION
Mar 3, 1927
Dod Feb 27, 1927
J. Frank REEDER, eldest son of Capt. Wm. C. and Elizabeth SHRIVER REEDER, was born in Falmuth, Ky., May 2, 1859, and died at the home of his son, Forest, in Chicago, March 14, 1945.
He came to Kinmundy with his parents at an early age, his father engaging in the hardware business.
He learned this trade and conducted his own store for a number of years. In 1884, he was married to Jeannie EAGAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. EAGAN, who lived only 1 year after their marriage.
In 1887, he married Jennie MAHON, and they had 4 sons: Lincoln C., who died a few years ago; Forest of Chicago; Fred of Granite City; and Frankie, who died in infancy.
The mother died in 1894, leaving Frank and the 3 sons. He gave them all the care and devotion a father could. The family moved to Venice, Ill. in 1901, and later to Granite City and Chicago, where he resided with his son, Forest and wife, until his death.
He leaves the 2 sons and their wives, and 3 grandsons, Ralph in England with the U.S. Army; Forest, Jr., and William in Chicago.
Services were held from the Linton Funeral Home with interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
Rine, Albert Monroe
WEDNESDAY, FEB 24, 1988
ST. ELMO BANNER
ALBER MONROE RINE
Albert Monroe Rine, 79, of Ramsey, a native of Brownstown, died at 9:40 p.m. Saturday, Feb.20, 1988, in Fayette County hospital, Vandalia He was born in Brownstown to James 0. and Lillia A. Rine. A farmer, he was a member of Bethel church, Vandalia. He married Eunice Gelsingerin 1941. She died in 1987.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Les (Jerri) Hunsaker of Bement; 2 brothers, Bill of Brownstown and Stanley of Decatur; 2 grandchildren. Two sisters preceded him in death.
Funeral services were held at 12:30 p.m. Monday) Feb.22, in Hohlt & File Funeral Home, Vandalia, with visitation after 10:30a.m.
Burial was in German Reform cemetery at Brownstown.
Memorials to Fayette County Heart fund were suggested.
Mrs. Eva B. Bethards (Rine)
Mrs. Eva B. Bethards Succumbs Tuesday
Mrs. Eva B. Bethards, 66, Vandalia Rfd. 3, died at 3:30 p.m.. Tuesday, April 3, in Fayette County hospital, Vandalia. She had been a patient at the nursing home 10 days.
Surviving are her husband, Emery; son, Douglas of Assumption;
Daughters, Mrs. Eloise Parker, Mrs Elaine Bennyhoff, both of Vandalia;
Brothers, Rollin Rine of Shelbyville and Frank Rine of Taylorville;
sisters, Mrs. Mettie McMillian, Mrs. Maggie Wilbur, both of Brownstown
and other relatives including two grandchildren.
Daughter of James M. Rine and Alice Shadler Rine. Eva was born Oct. 27, 1895 in Otego Township.
She and Mr. Bethards were married May 23, 1913 in Vandalia. Mrs. Bethards was a member of the
Four Mile Prairie Christian Church. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m., Friday, April 6, in
Berry and Holt Funeral Home. With Rev. Stephen Phillips pastor of the First Methodist Church of
Vandalia, officiating. Burial in Fairlawn Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Eva Crawford (Rine)
Eva Clara Crawford 84, of Brownstown died at 7:50 a.m.. Sunday, May 4 1986, in St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital, Effingham. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Brownstown Christian Church with Dennis McConnaughhay officiating. Burial was in Griffith Cemetery, Brownstown.
Claggett Funeral Home, Brownstown, was in charge of arrangments.
Memorials: Brownstown Christian Church. Mrs. Crawford was born Dec. 7, 1901, in Fayette County, daughter of John and Delia Schaberg Rine. She was a member of Brownstown Christian Church.
She married Archie Calvin Crawford. He preceded her in death.
Surviving are her stepsons, Lewis Crawford of Shelbyville and John Crawford of St. Elmo, Stepdaughters, Mildred Lear of West Salem, Erma Grover of Washington, and Sue Valerius of Elkville;
Brother Ike Rine of Brownstown; 15 Stepgrandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Two brothers and one stepdaughter preceded her in death.
McMILLAN RITES HELD ON MONDAY
Funeral services for Harriett Edith, wife of Arthur McMillan were held at Four Mile Prairie Christian church on Monday, January 6th at 1 p.m. conducted by Rev. L C. Carty. Interment in Pilcher cemetery.
Mrs. McMillan died suddenly January 4th at their home in Shafter township at the age of 42 years, 9 months and 12 days. She was the daughter of the late Monroe Rine and Alice Shadler Rine. Surving are the mother, husband, six sons-Roy, Homer, Robert, Clyde, Glen and Paul at home; two daughters-Edith and Audrey both at home; five brothers-Roll Rine, Villa grove; James Rine, Brownstown; Sam Rine, Vandalia; Frank Rine. Taylorville; and Nathan Rine. of Villa Grove; four sisters-Mrs. Tom McMillan, Loogootee; Mrs. John Mahon, Mrs. Gilbert Wilber and Mrs. Emery Bethard, all residing near Brownstown, other relatives and many friends.