Person:James Earp (4)

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James O'Kelly Earp
b.27 NOV 1818 Ohio Co., Kentucky
m. abt 1809
  1. Lorenzo Dow Earp1809 - 1893
  2. Elizabeth Ann Mary Earp1811 - 1899
  3. Nicholas Porter Earp1813 - 1907
  4. Josiah Jackson Earp1816 - 1901
  5. Mary Ann Earp Eirp1817 - 1893
  6. James O'Kelly Earp1818 - 1893
  7. Francis Asbury Sr Earp1821 - 1901
  8. Walter C. Cookey Earp1824 - 1900
  9. Sally Ann Sarah Earp1826 - 1902
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Name James O'Kelly Earp
Gender Male
Birth[1] 27 NOV 1818 Ohio Co., Kentucky
Death[2] 25 OCT 1893 Monmouth, Warren County, IllinoisY
Burial[1] 25 OCT 1893 Monmouth, Warren, Illinois
Other[3] Ancestral File Number

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Notes for James O'Kelley Earp:

James O.K. Earp - The death of James O.K. Earp, one of the pioneers of Warren County, occurred at eight o'clock this morning at

the home of his son-in-law Wm. Bereth, on East Second Avenue. For many years past the deceased had been in poor health, although he seemed to possess a rugged constitution. A year ago he was attacked with the grip, and a complication of diseases resulted, which caused his death. Mr. Earp was born in Butler County, Kentucky, near Morgantown, Nov. 27, 1818, where he lived until he was 23 years of a

ge. In 1839 he married Perthenian Clark, and seven years later removed his

family to Monmouth where he has continued to reside ever since. Since the death of his wife a few years ago he has made

his home with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Bereth. Eight children survive him, namely, L.D. Earp, Geo. B. Earp and Mrs. Wm. Bereth of this city, Mrs. Frank Carter of Keithburg, Mrs. Wm. Miller of Burlingto n, Iowa, Mrs. Jennie McGrew of Evert, Washington, Mrs. Sarah Deberry of Stoutland, Missouri, and Delose D. Earp of Weston, Oregon. The funeral will take place from the late residence, 620 East Second

Avenue, at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon (Obituary, Monmouth Review Atlas, Monmouth,

Illinois, 23 Oct 1893).

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Notes for James O'Kelley Earp:

James O.K. Earp - The death of James O.K. Earp, one of the pioneers of Warren County, occurred at eight o'clock this morning at the home of his son-in-law Wm. Bereth, on East Second Avenue. For many years past the deceased had been in poor health, although he seemed to possess a rugged constitution. A year ago he was attacked with the grip, and a complication of diseases resulted, which caused his death. Mr. Earp was born in Butler County, Kentucky, near Morgantown, Nov. 27, 1818, where he lived until he was 23 years of age. In 1839 he married Perthenian Clark, and seven years later removed his

family to Monmouth where he has continued to reside ever since. Since the death of his wife a few years ago he has made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Bereth. Eight children survive him, namely, L.D. Earp, Geo. B. Earp and Mrs. Wm. Bereth of this city, Mrs. Frank Carter of Keithburg, Mrs. Wm. Miller of Burlington, Iowa, Mrs. Jennie McGrew of Evert, Washington, Mrs. Sarah Deberry of Stoutland, Missouri, and Delose D. Earp of Weston, Oregon. The funeral will take place from the late residence, 620 East Second Avenue, at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon (Obituary, Monmouth Review Atlas, Monmouth,

Illinois, 23 Oct 1893).
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