The following biographies were taken from A Standard History of Champaign County, Illinois and represent many of the residents of Champaign County in 1918. The biographies on this page include the surnames of: Inman, Irle, Irwin, Jackson, Jaques, Jenkinson, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Jurgensmeyer, Kariher, Keal, Keller, Kerr, Ketterman, Keusink, Kilbury, Kirby, Kirk, Kirkpatrick, Koch, Kroner, Kruse, Leas, Leathers, Leigh, Lester, Lewis, Liestman, Little, Livingston, Lloyde, Love, Lowery, Lowman, Lowry, Lyman, Lynch, Maddock, Madigan, Mahaffie, Mantle, Martin, Mason, McCabe, McCaskrin, McCullough, McElwee, McGath, McGurty, McHarry, McJilton, McKinsey, McMillen, McPherren, McQuaid, Means, Meharry, Mercer, Messman, Meuser, Miller, Mittendorf, Moehl, Mohr, Molloy, Mooney, Moore, More, Morehouse, Morris, Morrison, Morrissey, Moudy, Mulligan, Mulliken, Mullikin, Mumm, Murphy, and Myers.

Alexander – Custer | Dale – Hyde | Inman – Myers | Nash – Swigart | Talbot – Zorger

Alexander – Custer | Dale – Hyde | Inman – Myers | Nash – Swigart | Talbot – Zorger

Illinois Genealogy

Source: A Standard History of Champaign County, Illinois, by J. R. Stewart, published by The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago And New York, 1918.