OUR KAYLOR FAMILY GENEALOGY
INDEX OF SURNAMES
Mary Ann Stewart Kaylor
found in KAYLOR Genealogy
Descendants of Daniel Kaylor
Generation No. 1
1. DANIEL1 KAYLOR was born Abt. 1775.
Notes for DANIEL KAYLOR:
This Daniel Kaylor is hard to trace. He was either b in MD or PA? I believe I found him in the 1810 Franklin Co PA
Census. It is believed he is not the immigrant ancestor as a biography on his grandson John Kaylor, states he fought in
the Rev. War, but norecord has been found to date.
Child of DANIEL KAYLOR is:
i. DANIEL HENRY2 KAYLOR, b. Abt. 1808, Pennsylvania; d. 24 April 1884, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.
Generation No. 2
2. DANIEL HENRY2 KAYLOR (DANIEL1) was born Abt. 1808 in Pennsylvania, and died 24 April 1884 in
Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN. He married MARGARET "PEGGY" ICKES 01 May 1827 in Londonderry Twp., Bedford Co., PA,
daughter of MATHIAS ICKES and MARY SLICK. She was born 1811 in Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD, and died 08
November 1880 in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.
Notes for DANIEL HENRY KAYLOR:
Daniel Henry Kaylor was born, acCording to the Census, in PA. He has been traced to Franklin County PA 1810; Bedford
County PA 1827; Indiana County PA 1832; Cambria County PA 1836; and Lawrence County PA in the 1850 Census. In 1860 he
was in Edgar County IL just across the state line from Terre Haute, Vigo County, IN. By 1870 he was in Terre Haute, Vigo
County, IN and evidently remained there until he died. He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, IN with no
Children of DANIEL KAYLOR and MARGARET ICKES are:
i.MARY A.3 KAYLOR, b. Abt. 1827, PA; d. 01 June 1887, Isaac, Vigo Co., IN; m. ? CRAMER, Abt. 1848, PA?;
d. Bef. 1880.
3. ii.WILLIAM JAMES KAYLOR, b. 1830, Indiana Co., PA; d. 09 August 1864, Andersonville, GA.
4. iii.JOHN KAYLOR, b. 08 March 1836, Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA; d. 20 June 1917, Sangamon Co., IL.
iv. ELIZA (ELLEN?) KAYLOR, b. 1838, PA.
v.LOUISA J. KAYLOR, b. 22 September 1840, PA; d. 06 April 1863, Elbridge Twp., Edgar Co., IL.
vi.HESTER KAYLOR, b. 1844, PA; d. Bef. 1860, PA or IN?.
vii.MARGERY M. (MELINDA?) KAYLOR, b. 1846, PA; m. N. M. MORROW, 10 November 1864, Vigo Co., IN.
viii.ANDREW (ANDY) J. KAYLOR, b. 1848, Lawrence Co., PA; d. 04 October 1890, Terre Haute, Vigo Co.,
IN; m. (1) VIOLA ROGERS; m. (2) GERTRUDE M. BANTON, 24 April 1888, Vigo Co.. IN; m. (3) CoRA
GRAY PRESTON, 01 May 1890, Vigo Co IN.
ix.THEODORE DANIEL KAYLOR, b. 18 February 1849, PA; d. Aft. 1870, Census.
x.JOSEPH KAYLOR, b. Abt. 1852, PA; d. Aft. 1890; m. (1) LYDIA CAVANAUGH, 15 November 1873, Vigo Co.,
IN; m. (2) FLORENCE CAMPBELL, 20 July 1886, Vigo Co., IN.
Generation No. 3
3. WILLIAM JAMES3 KAYLOR (DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 1830 in Indiana Co., PA, and died 09
August 1864 in Andersonville, GA. He married LEATHA JANE RAY 04 June 1855 in Vigo Co., IN. She was born
10 December 1908 in KY, and died 18 August 1907 in Des Moines, Polk Co., IA?.
Children of WILLIAM KAYLOR and LEATHA RAY are:
i.CLARISSA4 KAYLOR, b. 04 March 1856, IN; d. Aft. 1934, Council Bluffs, Pottawattami Co., IA
ii.ROSETTA KAYLOR, b. 03 August 1858, Edgar Co., IL?.
iii.OZELLA KAYLOR, b. 18 April 1860, Edgar Co., IL ?; d. Bef. 1934.
iv.LOUIS L. KAYLOR, b. 26 November 1861, Edgar Co IL; d. Bef. 1934.
v.WILLIAM S. KAYLOR, b. March 1862; d. 06 June 1863, Edgar Co., IL.
4. JOHN3 KAYLOR (DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 08 March 1836 in Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA, and died
20 June 1917 in Sangamon Co., IL. He married LAMNEY CERILDA VAN NORMAN 16 August 1857 in Redfield, Dallas Co.,
IA, daughter of THEODORE VAN NORMAN and AMANDA JOHNSTON. She was born 16 May 1837 in Knox Co., OH,
and died 11 April 1908 in Sangamon Co., IL.
Notes for JOHN KAYLOR:
1912 HISTORICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ILLINOIS
AND HISTORY OF SANGAMON CoUNTY, ILLINOIS
Volume II, Part Two, Munsell Publishing Co., Chicago
KAYLOR, John - a retired farmer and prominent citizen of Illiopolis, Ill., is an honored
veteran of the Civil War,in which he served with credit for three years. Mr. Kaylor is
native of Johnstown, Pa., born March 8, 1836, a son of DANIEL and MARGARET
(EKIS) KAYLOR, the former a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter of Hagerstown,
Md. The paternal great-grandfather was a Revolutionary War soldier. A relic of him and Revolutionary days is a sugar
bowl over 200 years old, owned by Mr. Kaylor, but now in the possession of his daughter, Mrs. Clark of Illiopolis, Ill.
DANIEL KAYLOR was a farmer, who in 1860, moved to Edgar County, Ill., where he
lived on a farm until his death in 1882, his wife having died two years previously. The
family were originally from Germany, and the grandfather DANIEL KAYLOR also
served in the Revolutionary War. There were eight children born in the family to which John Kaylor belongs:
William; John and Theodore, the sons, and Mary A.; Louise; Ellen and Malinda, the daughters in addition to one who
died in infancy. William enlisted in Company H, Fourth Indiana Cavalry during the Civil War and died in Andersonville
John Kaylor received his education in Pennsylvania, spending his boyhood on a farm. As a young man he drove a stage,
being in the employ of the Ohio State Company, along the Erie and Pittsburg turnpike, beginning this work in 1853. He
drove a Coat-and-six from Mercer, Pa., to Iowa City, and after the Company moved their outfit of 200 horses and twenty-four
stage Coaches, he drove two years for the Western Stage Coach Company, operating between Des Moines to Adel, Iowa.
He then moved to Edgar County, Ill., and took up farming which he Continued from1858 to 1862, meeting with very
gratifying success. On August 1, 1862, he enlisted in Company H, Fourth Indiana Cavalry, serving during the remainder
of the war, receiving his discharge August 12, 1865. He enlisted at Terre Haute, Ind., and was mustered out at Nashville,
Mr. Kaylor under the Command of General COOK and George H. Purdy, was Captain of
his Company. He participated in the engagement at Perryville, with his divison helping in the taking of Nashville; fought at
Murfreesboro and Tullahoma, Tenn.; Huntsville, Ala.; Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, and in the last named battle,
this divison Co-operated with General Grant. Mr. Kaylor took part in the forced march to Knoxville, helped to drive the
Confederates to Bulls Gap, Va., then returned to Cleveland, Tenn. May 2, 1864, the cavalry marched to Dalton, Ga., where
the Company was almost annihilated, only three of them surviving the Conflict. May 11, 1864, he was detailed for Courier
duty, which he Continued until September 2, after the capture of Atlanta, when he was returned to his Company and
regiment. Mr. Kaylor participated in the seCond battle of Nashville, marching with his Company to Eastport, Miss. thence.
March 6, 1865 to Jackson, where he took part in the engagement at Selma and Montgomery, and after the surrender of the
latter city to General Wilson, who was Commanding the regiment, marched to Columbus, and West Point, Ga., both of
which cities were captured. He helped to capture Macon, and soon thereafter peace was declared. Mr. Kaylor having
served much of the time as Courier, a position similar to that of Veterinary officer. He is now a prominent member of
Morgan Post, No. 208, G. A. R., of which he is Quartermaster. During his term of service, his wife and three children,
after being left behind, went to live with her parents. There they remained until the close of the Conflict restored the
brave husband and father to them. Mrs. Kaylor had two brothers, who also responded to the call of their Country, and
served in the Civil War.
For the past eighteen years, Mr. Kaylor has served as Assessor of his township and city and in 1920, was elected to
another two year term. He has lived in his present home for the past ten years, and is retired from active life. He spent
many years in hard work, being fairly successful in all his undertakings. Much of his effort was directed along agricultural
lines, as he has always loved farming. At the close of the war, he located on a farm near Illiopolis, which he cultivated for
thirty eight years. In politics, he is a staunch Republican, and actively interested in public affairs and issues. He has many
warm friends in the Community, and is universally esteemed. A devout member of the Christian Church, he is willing to
further any worthy cause.
Mr. Kaylor was married at Redfield, Dallas County, Iowa, August 16, 1857, to CERILLA VAN NORMAN, born in Knox
County, O., May 16, 1837, being a daughter of THEODORE VAN NORMAN, a farmer, who died in Buffalo, Dallas
County, Mo., where he had located. The mother of Mrs. Kaylor died in Jacksonville, Ill, in 1880. Mrs.Kaylor died
April 13, 1907, having borne her husband nine children of whom are now living: Theodore, a farmer of Christian County;
William J., a farmer of Illiopolis township; Amanda, married J. C. Noried, a veterinary surgeon, and they reside at Greenville,
Ill.; Mary Alice Guyton, of Spirngfield; Edna, wife of A. A. Clark, a stock-buyer; Charles in the employ of the Sattley
Manufacturing Company of Springfield; Eva, married Frank CORRELL, a retired farmer of Illiopolis. There are twenty-nine
grandchildren and three great-grandchildren in the family.
Revered by all who know him, resting assured of a happy future, undisturbed by any regrets for his well spent past, Mr.
Kaylor is now enjoying his leisure, and giving closeattention to civic matters, for he aims to secure improvements where
he believes they are needed.
OBITUARY, ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
Friday, June 11, 1917 (Page 9)
Illiopolis, June 21 -- JOHN KAYLOR, aged 81 years and one of Illiopolis' oldest residents, died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. L. A. Clark, at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Surving Mr. Kaylor are three sons: D. T. of Robey; W. J. of Illiopolis
and Charles of Springfield; four daughters: Mrs. C. J. Norred of Nebraska; Mrs. Alice Guyton of Springfield; Mrs. L. A.
Clark and Mrs. Frank Correl both of this city. Funeral services will be held at the First Christian church at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning, Rev. B. H. Sealock offficiating. The old soldiers of the city will have charge of the funeral. Burial will
be in Riverside cemetery.
Mr. Kaylor was as soldier in the Civil War and was a close friend of all of the Civil war veterans of the city. He was
assessor for twenty-one years here.
The following poem was written by JOHN KAYLOR (1836-1917) who served his Country in the Civil War, enlisting at
Indianapolis, Indiana, August 1, 1862 with Company H, 4th Indiana Cavalry. He was mustered out 29 June 1865 at Edgefield,
Tennessee. The poem is transcribed as written by John. After the Civil War, John and his family resided a short time in
Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois and came to the Niantic, Macon County, IL area by the 1870 Federal Census and settled
in Illiopolis, Sangamon County, shortly after, where he resided the remainder of his life. John is buried in Riverside
Cemetery, Illiopolis, Illinois. Herecorded his honorable discharge at the Courthouse in Jacksonville, IL.
From John Kaylor
I've been reading some long treasured letters,
They are wrinkled and yellow and old
But though faded and worn they are dearer
To me than their measures of gold;
For they bear on their pages therecord
Of the days where wars cyclone of wrath
Winnowed out the ripe grain of Gods harvest
Leaveing stubble and chaff in its path.
But these letters bear naught of Complaining
And never a doubt of our cause
In their steed of unflinching devotion
To the Country its flag and its land
Interwoven with words of endearment
To the loved ones at home far away
Are predictions grown strangely prophetic
When viewed in the light of today.
Shall I read you some lines from the pages
That have grown still more dear with the years
That have Come and gone by since thes letters
Received their first baptism of tears.
When we read them a hundred times over
Thanked God and (took Courage and?)
Since we boys who were rocked in the our cradels
Were the men who were wearing the blue.
For we knew they were loyal and faithful,
And where ever their tents they might pitch,
They would scale the grand mountain of victory
Or die in the very last ditch.
Who had whispered Godspeed when we left them
And marched off in our uniforms blue.
And the letters we wrote them are sacrad,
But I read from their pages to you.
From John Kaylor
Dear wife the smoke of the battel
Lies thick all around as I write,
But I know you are anxious by waiting
To hear the results of the fight.
It was long and intense and our Comrades
Went down thick and fast,
But the stars on our banner shown brighter
For victory crowned us at last.
We have buried our dead in the treanches
Our wounded are sent to the rear
God will Comfort and help us,
To win the good cause never fear
We Could fight on with (undoubted?) Courage
We Could face what ever might Come
And the struggle would end all the sooner,
If it were not for the traitors at home.
You may tell them for me that their hisses
May give strength for a time to the foe,
But secession is doomed and the Union
They can not destory or o'erthrow
For the government we are defending
Is the best that the sunshines upon.
Now may God bless you always, dear wife
Yours most loveingly, John.
And again my dear wife I can write you
But a few lines at the best.
For a prisenor cannot wase paper
To say what you all must have guessed
We held out till the last hope had vanished
To surrender was all we Could do
We are prisenors now - but our prayers
Still go up for the Country and you.
Once again How I long for a letter
Some news from dear ones at home
I have waited and yearned for some message
But no token or word has Come.
We are crowded in prison by thousands
And the list of our dead Comrade tell
How slow torture and steady starvation
Kill more than bullet and shell
From John Kaylor
I have written your over and over
How our boys one by one met their fate
Until now ten thousand are round me,
I seem almost alone - yet I wait.
For the tread of the Conquering army
To burst open thoes strong prison bars
And release what are left of our army
To still fight for the stripes and the stars.
Still another at last it is over,
And I write you dear wife to say,
You may look for me home now,
A parole has been granted today.
It was almost to late for me,
A few more days at the best,
And I to should of died in the prison
And been buried with the rest.
But thank God all is over;
The release we longed for has Come
With an army I marched to battle,
All alone I am (loitering?) home
On the boat were a lot of exchanged men,
Starved so they scarcely Could drag
Their poor feet, but thoes heroes
Staggered up and saluted the flag.
Shall I read of these letters still others
They are sacrad to me and to you
But I fold them and tenderly lie them
With ribbons of red, white and blue,
And I lay them away in their caskets
With tears for the boys we have lost,
And pray God for the cause which they died for
May be worth all the price it has Cost.
John Kaylor was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR).
More About JOHN KAYLOR:
Burial: June 1917, Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
Census: 1850, New Wilmington Twp., Lawrence Co., PA
Military service: Bet. 1862 - 1864, Civil War, 4th IN Calvary, enlisted Indianapolis, IN, resided in Terre Haute, IN; Was a
farrier during the War.
Residence: Corner of 9th Street and Anne St., Illiopolis, Sangamon Co. IL, after retirement
Notes for LAMNEY CERILDA VAN NORMAN:
KAYLOR -- The funeral of MRS. JOHN KAYLOR was held at 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning at the residence in Illiopolis.
Rev. A. P. Cobb of the Illiopolis Christian Church officiated and the interment was made in Riverside cemetery.
The pallbearers were P. P. Lucas, John Rentchler, Edward Day, J. Shepherd, T. B. Graham and D. M. Hurt.
The decedent was born May 16, 1837 in Knox County, Ohio. She was the eldest of a family of nine children. At the age of
18 she went with her parents to Iowa, making the trip overland. On August 15, 1857, she was married to JOHN KAYLOR in
Redfield, Dallas County, Iowa. Immediately after the marriage the Couple moved to Indiana. During the Civil war her
husband joined the troops and Mrs. Kaylor resided with her children at Terre Haute.
Following the establishment of peace the Couple removed to this state and settled near Jacksonville. A short time later they
came to this County and settled near Illiopolis.
For the last five years Mrs. Kaylor has resided at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edna Clark, at Illiopolis, but on last
March she came to this city and resided with her son, Charles Kaylor. (from The Illinois State Journal, Springfield, IL ?)
Illinois State Journal, Springfield, IL
April 12, 1908, Page 6
KAYLOR--Died, at 7:30 P.M., Saturday, April 11, 1908, at the residence of her son,
Charles Kaylor, 1841 South Eighteenth street, MRS. JOHN KAYLOR, aged 70 years, 10 months, 25 days.
The remains will be sent to Illiopolis at 9:50 o'clock this morning over the Wabash railroad. The funeral will be held at
10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning at the Illiopolis Christian Church. The interment will be made in Illiopolis cemetery.
The decedent is survived by her husband, JOHN KAYLOR; four daughters: Mrs. Alice Guyton of this city; Mrs.
Amanda Norred of East St. Louis; Mrs. Edna Clark and Mrs. Eva CORRELL both of Illiopolis, and by three sons: William
Kaylor of Illiopolis; Daniel, Robert and Charles Kaylor of this city.
THE STATE CENTER-RECoRD
Well Beloved Mother Passes Away
LIMNEY CERILDA VANORMAN was born May16, 1837, Knox County, Ohio. She was married to JOHN KAYLOR at
Redfield, Dallas County, Iowa, August 16, 1857. After her marriage she went in a short time to Indiana settling near Terre
Haute. She made these long trips across the unsettled Country in Covered wagons; that being the only mode of traveling in
those early days. She used to tell of incidents occurring on these trips that were very interesting; one especially of an
enCounter on the prairies of western Iowa with the Mormans who were then going in great numbers to the west.
Three children were born to her during her residence in Indiana, namely, Theodore, William and Amanda. While the
youngest was yet a babe in arms the great civil war broke out in which her husband enlisted. She, separated from her
husband by the cruel and uncertain perils of war, suffered as many brave, noble women in those dark days of bloodshed,
praying at home for the safe return of her loved one. She has often told of how when she would hear of battles being
fought she would make calculations from letters received whether her husband was there, and then of the long anxious
wait to know was he among the slain. Once the news came direct from his Captain that he was killed in battle and later the
glad tidings from him that he was not killed but captured and safely escaped. Only one, old enough to remember that great
strife can know any thing of the trials she bore during those long dark days when for four years she was a "war widow",
sustained by her faith in God and her love for the Saviour whom she had Confessed and obeyed since early girlhood.
While the war was going on she moved her little family to Morgan County, Illinois near Jacksonville; there her husband
came back to her when the war was over and they then moved near Illiopolis in Sangamon County, where they have since
After their removal to Sangamon County, seven more children were born to them: John; Mary Alice; Ednor; Charles; Eva;
Alfred and Gertrude. John and Alfred died in infancy, Gertrude died September 27, 1903. For the past fifteen years Mrs.
Kaylor had been a patient sufferer. Before her health failed she was an active Christian worker. She was a prayerful
woman not given to ostentation, praying to her God daily in her closet for help and guidance. She was a good daughter,
her sisters say a kinder sister never lived, a true wife and a good mother.
To her, death Comes not as a grim reaper to destroy but as an angel of peace bearing the heavenly message "well done thou
faithful one enter into the joy of the Lord". Her life is just begun, her toils and struggles, her pains and trials are over.
Hers has been a long and hard trial in that preparatory school which we call the world but she at last entered the higher
class where the faithful are peacefully at rest.
For the past four years Mrs. Kaylor has made her home with her daughter, Edna Clark in Illiopolis. She was taken on
Sunday March 1st to Springfield to the home of her son Charles at which place she became bed fast on last Monday and
she died Saturday evening, April 11th, shortly after sever o'clock.
The funeral was held Monday at the Christian Church in Illiopolis and the interment was at Riverside. Rev. A. P. Cobb
presided at the funeral and delivered a deep disCourse full of thought lofty and ennobling.
Miss Gertrude Ford who when a child, Mrs. Kaylor used to love to hear sing, sang the song "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere"
and the choir sang two of her favorite hymns.
She leaves four sisters, three brothers, three sons and five daughters, twenty nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild
and her husband, relatives and friends followed her earthly form of clay and stood by and watched it lowered into its silent
chamber in the city of the dead knowing that God in his wisdom and mercy doeth all things well; that while her body
beComes dust her soul has gone forth to the God who gave it and that she is safe with her angel babies united with her
daughter, clothed in a new body and new mind and calls us to Come home to her where all will be made clear, safe in
Heaven at last.
Children of JOHN KAYLOR and LAMNEY VAN NORMAN are:
5. i.DANIEL THEODORE (DODE)4 KAYLOR, b. 20 December 1858, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN; d. 04 May 1933,
Edinburg, Christian Co., IL.
6. ii.WILLIAM J. KAYLOR, b. 15 July 1860, Edgar Co., IL; d. 02 July 1930, Sangamon Co., IL.
7. iii.AMANDA CORINTHIA KAYLOR, b. 06 June 1862, (Elbridge Twp.?), Edgar Co., IL.
8. iv.EVA LUCINDA "EFFIE" KAYLOR, b. 21 February 1864, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 05 March 1939,
Illiopolis, Sangamon Co. IL.
v.JOHN AUTHOR KAYLOR, b. 05 July 1866, Chapin?, Morgan Co IL; d. 26 August 1867,
Chapin?, Morgan Co., IL.
9. vi.MARY ALICE KAYLOR, b. 21 September 1867, Chapin, Morgan Co IL; d. 15 September 1941, Springfield,
Sangamon County, IL.
10. vii.EDNA KAYLOR, b. 08 March 1870, Niantic, Macon Co IL ?; d. 29 November 1952, Dallas, TX.
11. viii.CHARLES KAYLOR, b. 19 February 1871, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 03 October 1947, Springfield,
Sangamon Co., IL.
ix.ALFRED KAYLOR, b. 17 October 1877, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL; d. 29 October 1877, Illiopolis, Sangamon
x.GERTRUDE KAYLOR, b. 06 January 1879, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL; d. 27 September 1903, Illiopolis,
Sangamon County, IL.
Generation No. 4
5. DANIEL THEODORE (DODE)4 KAYLOR (JOHN3, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 20 December 1858 in
Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN, and died 04 May 1933 in Edinburg, Christian Co., IL. He married MARY VIRGINIA NORRED 18
February 1885 in Christian Co., IL. She was born 18 October 1864 in IL, and died 28 February 1951 in Springfield, Sangamon
More About DANIEL THEODORE (DODE) KAYLOR:
Burial: May 1933, Oak Hill Cemetery, Buckhart, Sangamon Co., IL
More About MARY VIRGINIA NORRED:
Burial: March 1951, Oak Hill Cemetery, Buckhart, Sangamon Co., IL
More About DANIEL KAYLOR and MARY NORRED:
Marriage Fact: Lic.#6032, County Clerk's Office, Bk. C, page 5, Christian Co IL
Children of DANIEL KAYLOR and MARY NORRED are:
i.ARTHUR5 KAYLOR, b. Abt. 1886, IL.
ii.RUPERT EARL KAYLOR, b. 02 September 1888, Christian Co., IL; d. 23 November 1960;
m. BLANCHE AREMENTA GREEN; d. 08 August 1952.
iii.IDA LOU KAYLOR, b. 02 April 1890; d. 27 September 1979, Largo, FL;
m. (1) JOHN SAMUEL OSENTON; b. 02 August 1859; d. 06 January 1931, Mechanicsburg,
Sangamon Co., IL; m. (2) JOHN R. HERBERT, Florida or Detroit, MI?; d. 29 April 1980.
iv.FRED LESTER KAYLOR, b. 24 March 1897, IL; d. 11 August 1951; m. MARGARET CAMPBELL,
More About FRED LESTER KAYLOR:
Burial: August 1951, Oak Hill Cemetery, Buckhart, Sangamon Co., IL
Military service: WWI, IL Pvt 159 Depot Brigade
6. WILLIAM J. KAYLOR4 (JOHN3 KAYLOR, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 15 July 1860 in Edgar Co., IL,
and died 02 July 1930 in Sangamon Co., IL. He married MARY ANN ROBERTS 26 January 1882 in Sangamon Co., IL,
daughter of WILLIAM ROBERTS and NANCY BOYD. She was born 17 May 1861 in Sangamon Co., IL, and
died 18 January 1936 in Christian Co., IL.
More About WILLIAM J. KAYLOR:
Burial: July 1930, Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
Religion: Christian Church
Residence: 1 mile North of Illiopolis , Sangamon Co., IL
More About MARY ANN ROBERTS:
Burial: January 1936, Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
More About WILLIAM and MARY ROBERTS:
Marriage Fact: Vol. 5, p377, Sangamon County, IL County Clerk's office.
Children of WILLIAM and MARY ROBERTS are:
i.MYRTLE TEMPA5 KAYLOR, b. 16 September 1883, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 31 January 1958,
Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL; m. HARRY E. LEONARD, 30 January 1907, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL;
b. 12 January 1886, IL; d. 1962, Buffalo, Sangamon Co., IL.
ii.ETHEL MAUDE KAYLOR, b. 04 January 1886, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 04 March 1972, Mt.Zion,
Macon Co., IL; m. OSCAR H. PETERS, 25 January 1908, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; b. 10 October 1884,
Indiana; d. 03 October 1970, Mt. Zion, Macon Co., IL.
iii.RALPH J. KAYLOR, b. 27 August 1887, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. Abt. 1980, Unknown;
m. KATHRYN HARLISS, 29 January 1917, Sangamon Co., IL.
iv.EDNA KAYLOR, b. 15 December 1889, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 24 September 1949, Springfield,
Sangamon Co IL; m. HARRY RALSTON ELLIOTT, 08 July 1911, Niantic, Macon Co., IL; b. 1888, Mt. Auburn,
Christian Co IL; d. 01 April 1971, Taylorville, Christian Co., IL.
v.ELIZABETH KAYLOR, b. 12 October 1891, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 04 April 1971, Marseilles, IL;
m. JAMES ELMER BAKER, 16 January 1918, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; b. 20 August 1891, Illiopolis,
Sangamon Co., IL; d. 19 November 1977, Marseilles, IL.
vi. COYNE WILLIAM KAYLOR, b. 03 January 1896, Sangamon Co., IL;
d. 19 January 1987, Decatur, Macon Co., IL; m. THERESA MARGARET TEDROW, 18 March 1917,
Sangamon Co., IL; b. 07 August 1897, Creston, Union Co., IA2; d. 21 December 1988, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.
Notes for COYNE WILLIAM KAYLOR:
Sangamon County, IL Vitalrecords:
Death Certificate: COYNE WILLIAM KAYLOR; male; died January 19, 1987, Macon Co. IL; white,
American, age 92; born 3 Jan 1895 Illinois, died at Monroe House, Decatur, IL; SS#498-03-8606; Occupation -
Police Officer; Law Enforcement; resided 944 Miles St., Illiopolis, Sangamon Co. IL; Father: William Kaylor;
Mother: Mary Ann Roberts; Informant Theresa Kaylor, wife; mailing address 944 Miles St., Illiopolis, IL
62539; Cause of Death: Cardiopulmonary Failure; due to Chronic Renal failure & ??; Dawson & Wikoff
Funeral Director, 515 W. Wood, Decatur, IL 62522; buried Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, IL Jan. 22, 1987
Marriage License - Mr. Coyne W. Kaylor and Miss Margarette Tedrow; Issued Mar 17, 1917, filed
22 Oct 1917. Coyne Wm. Kaylor, Illiopolis; farmer; age next birthday 23, Father William Kaylor; Mother
Anne Roberts; first marriage; Teresa Tedrow, Illiopolis, age next birthday 20, born Alby, Iowa,
Father: Allen Tedrow; Mother Sarah Phelan, first marriage; married at Illiopolis 18 Mar 1917.
Witnesses: John C. -------- and Hanna Banks; married by J. C. Daw.
Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Homerecord, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL
WILLIAM KAYLOR Family Bible.
More About COYNE WILLIAM KAYLOR:
Baptism: 14 January 1917, Visitation Church, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
Burial: 22 January 1987, Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
Confirmation: 27 May 1958, Visitation Church, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
Godparents: 14 January 1917, George & Mary Neff
More About THERESA MARGARET TEDROW:
Baptism: 25 October 1897, St. Mary's Church, Hiteman, Monroe Co., IA
Burial: 24 December 1988, Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL
Education: Illiopolis High School, Illiopolis, IL
Godparents: 25 October 1897, Ed and Mary Coyne
Marriage Notes for COYNE KAYLOR and THERESA TEDROW:
Marriage witnessed by John C. Penow and Hannah Banks. Marriage performed by Rev. J. C. Daw.
vii. JOHN ROBERTS KAYLOR, b. 31 May 1899, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL; d. 21 May 1989, Hillsdale,
Hillsdale Co MI; m. (1) VERNA DODSON; b. 1900, Temple Hill, KY; d. 22 August 1984, Decatur,
Macon Co., IL; m. (2) FLOSSIE GARD, 01 March 1920, Bloomington, McLean Co IL;
m. (3) DESSIE FURNISH, 04 September 1954, Hillsdale, MI ?; d. 1986, Hillsdale, MI.
7. AMANDA CORINTHIA4 KAYLOR (JOHN3, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 06 June 1862 in
(Elbridge Twp.?), Edgar Co., IL. She married JEFFERSON CHARLES NORRED 08 February 1883 in Sangamon Co., IL.
He was born August 1860 in Christian Co., IL?.
Marriage Fact: Vol. 5, p436, Sangamon Co IL County Clerk's Office
Children of AMANDA KAYLOR and JEFFERSON NORRED are:
i.RUBY ANN5 NORRED, b. August 1889, IL.
ii.MAY NORRED, b. July 1896, IL.
8. EVA LUCINDA "EFFIE"4 KAYLOR (JOHN3, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 21 February 1864 in
Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL, and died 05 March 1939 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co. IL. She married FRANK CORRELL
Abt. 1887. He was born 26 November 1869, and died 28 October 1935 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL.
Fact 5: bu Riverside Cemetery, Illiopolis, IL
Child of EVA KAYLOR and FRANK CORRELL is:
i.FLETCHER F.5 CORRELL, b. Abt. 1899; d. 24 April 1963, Macon Co., IL; m. CELIA C. DICKERSON,
Abt. 1920; b. Abt. 1901, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 23 April 1984, Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.
9. MARY ALICE4 KAYLOR (JOHN3, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 21 September 1867 in Chapin,
Morgan Co IL, and died 15 September 1941 in Springfield,Sangamon Co IL. She married WILLIAM OWEN GUYTON
17 July 1888 in Decatur, Macon Co IL. He was born 03 March 1866 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL, and died 29 March 1939
in Aurora, Kane Co IL.
Children of MARY KAYLOR and WILLIAM GUYTON are:
i.MARVIN KENNETH5 GUYTON, b. 01 March 1889, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL; d. 20 July 1962, Iowa City,
Johnson Co IA; m. MARY JANE JOHNSON.
ii.LUCY I. GUYTON, b. June 1891.
iii. CHARLOTTE W."LOTTIE" GUYTON, b. January 1893, Springfield,
Sangamon Co IL; d. 17 May 1975,
Springfield, Sangamon Co IL; m. FRANK ROBERTS, 16 June 1910; b. 1890,
Pleasant Plains, Sangamon Co IL;
d. 04 May 1966, Springfield, Sangamon Co IL.
iv.GUYLA L. GUYTON, b. 21 September 1894, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL; m. R.A. BISSELL.
10. EDNA4 KAYLOR (JOHN3, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 08 March 1870 in Niantic, Macon Co IL ?,
and died 29 November 1952 in Dallas, TX. She married LOUIS A. CLARK 28 September 1892 in Sangamon Co IL. He was
born 1869, and died 11 May 1934.
Children of EDNA KAYLOR and LOUIS CLARK are:
i.GARNET5 CLARK, m. ? WARREN.
ii.WILLARD CLARK, d. 1934.
iii.LEWIS (LOUIS) RAY CLARK, b. 11 March 1897, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL.
iv.WILLA C. CLARK, b. Abt. 1900, Illiopolis, Sangamon Co IL; d. 03 January 1980, Holiday, Florida;
m. RUSSELL F. DAVIS.
Notes for WILLA C. CLARK:
Memorial Card for Funeral Services:
Memorial Services for WILLA C. DAVIS, born Illiopolis, IL; died Holiday, FL 3 Jan 1980; Services Dawson &
Wikoff Funeral Home, Decatur, IL 7 Jan 1980; Clergyman Rev. Virgil Reeve; Interment - Fairlawn Cemetery.
Fact 5: 07 January 1980, bu Fairlawn Cem., Decatur, Macon Co. IL
11. CHARLES4 KAYLOR (JOHN3, DANIEL HENRY2, DANIEL1) was born 19 February 1871 in Illiopolis,
Sangamon Co., IL, and died 03 October 1947 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL. He married MAGGIE MAE RICHARDS
1897 in IN?. She was born Abt. 1879 in IL.
1920 Springfield, Capital Twp, Sangamon County, IL Census/ s.d. 13, e.d. 159 sheet 4B
800 South Ninth St (dwelling 86, family 115)
Maggie KAYLOR, head, renting, f, w, 31, Wd, reads and writes, b. IL,
father-IL, mother-IL, speaks English, Manager of Cafeteria
Bertha Marie, daughter, f, w, 15, single, attends school, reads and writes,b. IL
Gladys May, daughter, f, w, 13, single, attends school, reads and writes,b. IL
Children of CHARLES KAYLOR and MAGGIE RICHARDS are:
i.ORVILLE5 KAYLOR, b. 06 April 1898, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN; d. 27 September 1938, Tucson,
Arizona; m. RUBY KETCHUM, Abt. 1917.
ii.LESTER KAYLOR, b. 28 December 1900, Catlin/Westfield, Vermillion Co., IL; d. 16 March 1989, Port
Charlotte, Charlotte Co., FL; m. IVA MCDERMAND, 29 December 1918, Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL;
b. 25 June 1899; d. 27 January 1981, Bradenton, Florida.
iii.RUSSELL KAYLOR, b. September 1901, Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL; d. 13 May 1908, Spirngfield,
Sangamon Co., IL.
iv.BERTHA MARIE KAYLOR, b. 28 July 1904; d. 10 December 1983, Tucson, Arizona;
m. (1) MORRIS KAHN; d. Bef. 1993; m. (2) LEONARD EMIG.
v.GLADYS MAE KAYLOR, b: 27 August 1906 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL
Burial: 14 August 2003 Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, IL
....... +Richard J. Smith b: 12 January 1901 in St. Louis, MO m: 12 January 1924 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL
d: 11 February 1994 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL
Burial: 15 February 1994 Oak Ridge Cem., Springfield, IL
vi.JOHN RICHARD KAYLOR, b: 11 March 1910 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL d: 26 September 1994
in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL Burial: 29 September 1994, Oak Ridge Cem., Springfield, IL
+June Davis m: Abt. 1928 d: Abt. 1936
*2nd Wife of  John Richard Kaylor:
+Gladys Gordon b: 08 August 1913 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL m: 09 October 1937
in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL d: 20 April 1996 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL
Burial: 23 April 1996 Oak Ridge Cem., Springfield, IL
vii.WALTER d: Aft. 1947
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