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Ephraim ADLE b. NY (?) d. Illinois abt. 1891. M. Sarah A. (?) b. 1818 Oswego, NY d. Galesburg, Knox Co. Illinois 1911 bur. Maquon Cemetery, Maquon, IL. (see obituary below) Children this union - Rose ADLE b. bef. 1839 m. Ross Moore of Maquon, IL. d. Illinois Martha Ellen ADLE b. 1839 Knox Co., IL d. 1893 Maquon, Knox Co., IL.m. James L. Burkhalter
and ten other children.
Ephriam: Was a Civil War Veteran. Source:Illinois Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men(IL Roster) Published in 1900. National Archives: Index to Federal Pension Records (Penindex)
Ephraim Adle Residence: Morgan, Illinois Enlisted as a Drummer on 25 May 1861. Enlisted in Co. C, 17th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 25 May 1861; discharged on 11 November 1862. He applied for a pension #63579416 January 1888. His widow, Sarah A. Adle, applied for pension #50438309 March 1891.
NY 1840 Federal Census Index State: NYYear: 1840 County: Cayuga CountyRecord Type: Federal Population Schedule Township: St. Erling page 321
MRS. SARAH A. ADLE - Who passed away early this morning at the age of ninety-three years.Deceased was a resident of Knox county for more than half a century.
SUCCUMBS AT NINETY THREE Mrs. Sarah A. Adle Resident of Knox County for Over 50 Years. ------------------------ Grandmother of Mrs. Will Boutelle Aged Lady Preserved Her Faculties Until the End Able to Give Reminiscences ----------- Obituary ***** Mrs. Sarah A. Adle, one of the oldest residents of Knox county and grandmother of Mrs. Will BOUTELLE of this city passed away at the home of her grandaughter, Mrs. E. A. ALLEN of West South Street early this morning at the ripe old age of ninety-three.Death was due to a general breakup of the system due to her extreme old age.The deceased was well known throughout the county of which she had been a resident for over fifty years.Mrs. Adle was born near Oswego, New York, in the year 1818.She is the widow of Ephraim Adle a veteran of the Civil War.They came West in the early fifties, locating first at Canton, Illinois, and soon after moving to Maquon in this county.Mrs. Adle was the mother of twelve children only three of whom are living;Mrs. Jas. L. BURKHALTER, who died in 1893, being one of her daughters.Since the death of her husband Mrs. Adle resided with her daughter Mrs. Ross MOORE of Maquon until the latters death nearly two years ago when she came to this city to make her home with her grandaughterMrs. Will BOUTELLE, until a few months ago when she tookup her residence with her daughter, Mrs. E. A. ALLEN of this city.The aged lady retained her faculties to a marked degree and was able to give many interesting reminiscences at the early history and development of Knox County.Mrs. Adle was present at the Lincoln Douglass debate in this city and had the pleasure of shaking hands with President Lincoln.The deceased was able to see and read without the aid of her glasses and her other faculties were keenly preserved.The funeral will be held in the Maquon M. E. Church, Wednesday morning at 11 a.m.Interment will be in the Maquon Cemetery.