Contributed by Gigimo
Description: Death's Doings.Date: January 28 1899
Newspaper published in: Carbondale, IL
Mrs. Hattie Christopher, aged 79, a pioneer of Christian county, at her home in Ricks township.
Whitfield Scott, the oldest citizen of O'Fallon, aged 87.
Mrs. Nora Romen, one of the oldest residents of Macoupin county, at her home in Fayette, at the age of 83.
Eleneher Noyes, aged 92, at Mattoon. He was a prominent pioneer.
Two Marion county pioneers have passed away: Mrs. Mary Partridge, aged 90, at her home west of Salem, and Winston Wooten, of Omega township, aged 81.
Wells Corey, a prominent newspaper man of central Illinois, at his residence in Pekin, aged 68.
Gen. Frederick Partridge, veteran of the Mexican and the civil war, at Sycamore.
A. C. Parker, of Kinnrundy, aged 69.
Wm. Wooten, near Omega, aged 78.
Samuel Sterne, a merchant of Lincoln.
Hon. s. r. Crittenden, aged 82, of Quincy. He served in the state senate, and was a delegate to the convention that nominated Tilden.
Gad Noble, 87, pioneer of Kankakee county.
Solomon Hornbeck, 78, a pioneer of Paxton; suddenly.
Willis Bernethy, of Carthage, aged and wealthy.
Miss Polly Hill, aged 80, of Norris City.
James R. Roberts, aged 61; Mrs. Mary R. Hall, aged 79, and Mrs. Ames Clark, aged 90, all of Centralia.