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Name George E. Ellsworth Earp
Gender Male
Birth[1] 15 MAR 1862 Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
Death[1][2] 7 MAR 1950 Monmouth, Warren, IlY
Burial[1] 10 MAR 1950 Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
Other[3] Ancestral File Number

[Mcdaniel.GED]

The following obituary was taken from: Miscellaneous Obits with Warren Co, IL Connections, Vol 5:

George E Earp --- Friday, March 10, 1950

Funeral services for Geor ge E Earp were held yesterday afternoon at the Turnbull Funeral Home. The Rev. John MaGill, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, was in charge.

Mrs Glenn Jones and Mrs Arvid Johnson sang to accompaniment by Mrs Marie Turnbull. Their numbers were "In the Garden" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere".

Flowers were arranged by Mrs Ernest Nelson, Mrs L E Westlake and Mrs Loren Evans.

Interment was made at the Monmouth cemetery, where pallbearers were Robert, Wayne, Dean, and Gene Earp, Joe Leary and George Brown.

After an illness of ten weeks, George E Earp, retired farmer, died at 1:53 o'clock this morning at Monmouth hospital. He had been a patient there only a short time.

Mr Earp was the last remaining member of a family of eleven children. He was the son of Jo

siah J and Elizabeth J (Allen) Earp and was born April 15, 1862, in Henderson county. He came to Warren county at the age of six and for many years farmed in Hale township, northwest of Monmouth. He r

etired from active farming about five years ago. Throughout his life Mr Earp greatly enjoyed livestock trading.

He was twice married, first to Miss Effie Ruse, who died March 20, 1926 and then t

o Mrs. Ida Martin, who died last June. Surviving are the following children: Mrs Lillian Brown and Ralph E Earp, both of Monmouth; Mrs Lois Leary, Aledo; Charles H Earp, Alexis; Harold G Earp, Little

York; Roy E Earp, Peoria; Mrs Effie Cramer, Edwards; Lawrence H Earp, Durant, IA. There are a number of granchildren and six great-grandsons.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Turnbull Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. John Magill. Burial will be in Monmouth cemetery. Friends may call at Turnbull's afternoon Wednesday until time for the service.

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More About George Ellsworth Earp:

Fact 3: 1870, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Tw sp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 481

Military: WW II 161st Medical Detachment1

Occupation: Cigar Store at 93 North Side Square1

More About Effie Ina Ruse:

Fact 3: 18701

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, I

L, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 491

[Mcdaniel.GED]

The following obituary was taken from: Miscellaneous Obits with Warren Co, IL Connections, Vol 5:

George E Earp --- Friday, March 10, 1950

Funeral services for George E Earp were held yesterday afternoon at the Turnbull Funeral Home. The Rev. John MaGill, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, was in charge.

Mrs Glenn Jones and Mrs Arvid Johnson sang to accompaniment by Mrs Marie Turnbull. Their numbers were "In the Garden" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere".

Flowers were arranged by Mrs Ernest Nelson, Mrs L E Westlake and Mrs Loren Evans.

Interment was made at the Monmouth cemetery, where pallbearers were Robert, Wayne, Dean, and Gene Earp, Joe Leary and George Brown.

After an illness of ten weeks, George E Earp, retired farmer, died at 1:53 o'clock this morning at Monmouth hospital. He had been a patient there only a short time.

Mr Earp was the last remaining member of a family of eleven children. He was the son of Josiah J and Elizabeth J (Allen) Earp and was born April 15, 1862, in Henderson county. He came to Warren county at the age of six and for many years farmed in Hale township, northwest of Monmouth. He retired from active farming about five years ago. Throughout his life Mr Earp greatly enjoyed livestock trading.

He was twice married, first to Miss Effie Ruse, who died March 20, 1926 and then to Mrs. Ida Martin, who died last June. Surviving are the following children: Mrs Lillian Brown and Ralph E Earp, both of Monmouth; Mrs Lois Leary, Aledo; Charles H Earp, Alexis; Harold G Earp, Little York; Roy E Earp, Peoria; Mrs Effie Cramer, Edwards; Lawrence H Earp, Durant, IA. There are a number of granchildren and six great-grandsons.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Turnbull Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. John Magill. Burial will be in Monmouth cemetery. Friends may call at Turnbull's afternoon Wednesday until time for the service.

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More About George Ellsworth Earp:

Fact 3: 1870, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 481

Military: WW II 161st Medical Detachment1

Occupation: Cigar Store at 93 North Side Square1

More About Effie Ina Ruse:

Fact 3: 18701

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 491

SOURCES: 1870 Warren County, IL census, age 8, b: IL, son of Josiah and Elizabeth

Earp Family Genealogy - Jean Whitten Edwards - 1990[Mcdaniel.GED]

The following obituary was taken from: Miscellaneous Obits with Warren Co, IL Connections, Vol 5:

George E Earp --- Friday, March 10, 1950

Funeral services for George E Earp were held yesterday afternoon at the Turnbull Funeral Home. The Rev. John MaGill, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, was in charge.

Mrs Glenn Jones and Mrs Arvid Johnson sang to accompaniment by Mrs Marie Turnbull. Their numbers were "In the Garden" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere".

Flowers were arranged by Mrs Ernest Nelson, Mrs L E Westlake and Mrs Loren Evans.

Interment was made at the Monmouth cemetery, where pallbearers were Robert, Wayne, Dean, and Gene Earp, Joe Leary and George Brown.

After an illness of ten weeks, George E Earp, retired farmer, died at 1:53 o'clock this morning at Monmouth hospital. He had been a patient there only a short time.

Mr Earp was the last remaining member of a family of eleven children. He was the son of Josiah J and Elizabeth J (Allen) Earp and was born April 15, 1862, in Henderson county. He came to Warren county at the age of six and for many years farmed in Hale township, northwest of Monmouth. He retired from active farming about five years ago. Throughout his life Mr Earp greatly enjoyed livestock trading.

He was twice married, first to Miss Effie Ruse, who died March 20, 1926 and then to Mrs. Ida Martin, who died last June. Surviving are the following children: Mrs Lillian Brown and Ralph E Earp, both of Monmouth; Mrs Lois Leary, Aledo; Charles H Earp, Alexis; Harold G Earp, Little York; Roy E Earp, Peoria; Mrs Effie Cramer, Edwards; Lawrence H Earp, Durant, IA. There are a number of granchildren and six great-grandsons.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Turnbull Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. John Magill. Burial will be in Monmouth cemetery. Friends may call at Turnbull's afternoon Wednesday until time for the service.

More About George Ellsworth Earp:

Fact 3: 1870, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 481

Military: WW II 161st Medical Detachment1

Occupation: Cigar Store at 93 North Side Square1

More About Effie Ina Ruse:

Fact 3: 18701

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 491[Mcdaniel.GED]

The following obituary was taken from: Miscellaneous Obits with Warren Co, IL Connections, Vol 5:

George E Earp --- Friday, March 10, 1950

Funeral services for George E Earp were held yesterday afternoon at the Turnbull Funeral Home. The Rev. John MaGill, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, was in charge.

Mrs Glenn Jones and Mrs Arvid Johnson sang to accompaniment by Mrs Marie Turnbull. Their numbers were "In the Garden" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere".

Flowers were arranged by Mrs Ernest Nelson, Mrs L E Westlake and Mrs Loren Evans.

Interment was made at the Monmouth cemetery, where pallbearers were Robert, Wayne, Dean, and Gene Earp, Joe Leary and George Brown.

After an illness of ten weeks, George E Earp, retired farmer, died at 1:53 o'clock this morning at Monmouth hospital. He had been a patient there only a short time.

Mr Earp was the last remaining member of a family of eleven children. He was the son of Josiah J and Elizabeth J (Allen) Earp and was born April 15, 1862, in Henderson county. He came to Warren county at the age of six and for many years farmed in Hale township, northwest of Monmouth. He retired from active farming about five years ago. Throughout his life Mr Earp greatly enjoyed livestock trading.

He was twice married, first to Miss Effie Ruse, who died March 20, 1926 and then to Mrs. Ida Martin, who died last June. Surviving are the following children: Mrs Lillian Brown and Ralph E Earp, both of Monmouth; Mrs Lois Leary, Aledo; Charles H Earp, Alexis; Harold G Earp, Little York; Roy E Earp, Peoria; Mrs Effie Cramer, Edwards; Lawrence H Earp, Durant, IA. There are a number of granchildren and six great-grandsons.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Turnbull Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. John Magill. Burial will be in Monmouth cemetery. Friends may call at Turnbull's afternoon Wednesday until time for the service.

More About George Ellsworth Earp:

Fact 3: 1870, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 481

Military: WW II 161st Medical Detachment1

Occupation: Cigar Store at 93 North Side Square1

More About Effie Ina Ruse:

Fact 3: 18701

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 491Family event MARR ("Marriage")

SPOU : I3800

DATE : 14 DEC 1929SOURCES: 1870 Warren County, IL census, age 8, b: IL, son of Josiah and Elizabeth

Earp Family Genealogy - Jean Whitten Edwards - 1990SOURCES: 1870 Warren County, IL census, age 8, b: IL, son of Josiah and Elizabeth

Earp Family Genealogy - Jean Whitten Edwards - 1990

[Mcdaniel.GED]

The following obituary was taken from: Miscellaneous Obits with WarrenCo, IL Connections, Vol 5:

George E Earp --- Friday, March 10, 1950

Funeral services for George E Earp were held yesterday afternoon at theTurnbull Funeral Home. The Rev. John MaGill, pastor of the FirstPresbyterian church, was in charge.

Mrs Glenn Jones and Mrs Arvid Johnson sang to accompaniment by Mrs MarieTurnbull. Their numbers were "In the Garden" and "Beautiful Isle ofSomewhere".

Flowers were arranged by Mrs Ernest Nelson, Mrs L E Westlake and MrsLoren Evans.

Interment was made at the Monmouth cemetery, where pallbearers wereRobert, Wayne, Dean, and Gene Earp, Joe Leary and George Brown.

After an illness of ten weeks, George E Earp, retired farmer, died at1:53 o'clock this morning at Monmouth hospital. He had been a patientthere only a short time.

Mr Earp was the last remaining member of a family of eleven children. Hewas the son of Josiah J and Elizabeth J (Allen) Earp and was born April15, 1862, in Henderson county. He came to Warren county at the age of sixand for many years farmed in Hale township, northwest of Monmouth. Heretired from active farming about five years ago. Throughout his life MrEarp greatly enjoyed livestock trading.

He was twice married, first to Miss Effie Ruse, who died March 20, 1926and then to Mrs. Ida Martin, who died last June. Surviving are thefollowing children: Mrs Lillian Brown and Ralph E Earp, both of Monmouth;Mrs Lois Leary, Aledo; Charles H Earp, Alexis; Harold G Earp, LittleYork; Roy E Earp, Peoria; Mrs Effie Cramer, Edwards; Lawrence H Earp,Durant, IA. There are a number of granchildren and six great-grandsons.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Turnbull FuneralHome in charge of the Rev. John Magill. Burial will be in Monmouthcemetery. Friends may call at Turnbull's afternoon Wednesday until timefor the service.

More About George Ellsworth Earp:

Fact 3: 1870, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 481

Military: WW II 161st Medical Detachment1

Occupation: Cigar Store at 93 North Side Square1

More About Effie Ina Ruse:

Fact 3: 18701

Fact 4: 18801

Fact 5: 1900, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 6: 1910, Monmouth, Monmouth Twsp, Warren Co, IL1

Fact 7: 1920, Warren Co, IL, ED 169, Sh 3, Ln 491
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