I do not find marriages for Mary and Elizabeth Gallimore in Illinois Marriage Index. But read on.
This is more related to Hoskins than Gallimore, but I have copied (below) a piece I am puzzling over. 1.Note reference to "Mona" instead of Nora. 2.Note reference to Elizabeth HOSKINS. 3.Who was Malinda Hoskins? 4.Rebecca, Xelona and Frances were Erastus' daughters from first marriage; the others are mysteries.
I think maybe Nora/Mona married Harry E, Dalton (son of Joseph), 1895-08-13 in Hancock Co. IL.
Erastus died after 1900 Census.There is a stone marker with his Civil War service listed but no dates in Gray Cemetery, Coatsburg, Adams Co. IL.
Quincy Whig, March 15 1914, section, none, page 15. TAX SALE NOTICE to Malinda Hoskins, Rebecca Rust, Xelona Strausberg, Frances Barlow, Mona Dalton and Elizabeth Hoskins and to all whom it may concern---you are hereby notified that at a public sale of real estate made by the county treasurer and ex-officio collector of taxes of the county of Adams in the State of Illinois at the Court House in the City of quincy, in the county and state aforesaid, for school, state, county, town, road and bridge and corporation taxes due thereon, DH. Boyle did on the 19th day of June A.D. 1912 puchsase the following described real estate, to-wit: the middle third of lots 1,2, and 3 of block 5, i the orignal plat of the Village of Coatsburg situated in the Countyof Adams and the state of Illinois, which said real estate was taxed in the name of Erastus Hoskins and for the taxes of the years A.D. 1910 and 1911, for which the same was sold as aforesaid.And that at the time of redemption from said sale will expire on the 19th day of june A.D. 1914; and that the certificate of purchase therefor issued to the said DH Boyle, has for a valuable consideration been assigned and transferred by the said D.H. Boyle to the undersigned.HENRY E. WENNING.