Eighth Generation

125. Ida Viola AVERY was born on 16 November 1869.11 She died on 30 July 1955 at the age of 85.22 She was buried in Lynn Cemetery, Schuyler County, Illinois.62

Age 7/12 at time of 1870 Census.

1900 Census. Camden, Schuyler, IL, Hh 239
Levi Agans, b. Sep 1866, 33, married 12 years, b. IL, father b. Ireland, mtoher b. VA
Ida V., wife, b. Nov 1869, age 30, 4 children, b. IL
Wilber F., son, b Aug 1888, age 11
John W., son, b. Nov 1890, age 9
Pearl M., dau, b. Oct 1894, age 5
Earl D., son, b. Dec 1897, age 2

1910 Census. Woodstock, Schuyler, IL, Hh 152
Levi Agans, 45, married 22 years
Ida, wife, 40, 8 children - 7 are living
Wilbert, son, 21
John W., son, 19
Pearl, dau, 15
Earl, son, 12
Ethel, dau, 9
Chester, son, 7
Bennie, son, age 5

1920 Census. Woodstock, Schuyler, IL, Hh 55
Levi Agans, 53. Ida V., wife, 50.
Earl, son 22. Chester, son, 17. Benny, son, age 14.

1930 Census. Woodstock, Schuyler, IL, Hh 132
Levi Agans & Ida Agans. No ages given.

1940 Census. Woodstock, Schuyler, IL Hh 4
Chester R. Agas, age 37, farmer - they lived in the same house in 1935.
Ida V., mother, age 70, widow

Ida Viola AVERY and Levi AGANS were married on 26 January 1888 in Schuyler County, Illinois.11 Levi AGANS, son of Thomas AGANS and Anna JONES, was born on 18 September 1866.11 He died on 13 May 1933 at the age of 66 in Schuyler County, Illinois. He was buried in Lynn Cemetery, Schuyler County, Illinois.

Married at her residence by Thos. P. W. Magruder MG.

Illinois Deaths & Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947.
Levi's parents were Thos. Agans and Anna Jones.

19 May 1933. Cambden, Schuyler, IL
Obit (newspaper unknown)
Funeral Services Held Monday for Levi Agans
The many friends of Levi Agans, highly esteemed resident of Schuyler county during his entire lifetime of more than three score years, were grieved to learn of his death, which occurred at his late home in Woodstock township early Saturday morning, his death being caused by a heart attack.
Mr. Agans was stricken late at night and died while his wife was enroute to the home of a neigbor to summon assistance. Dr. Munson was called, but Mr. Agans passed to the Great Beyond before his arrival. Owing to the fact that Mr. Agans had not been under the care of a physician it was necessary for Coroner Justus to hold an inquest.
Funeral services, conducted by Rev. H. M. Cady, were held Monday afternoon from the Bethany Methodist church in Camden township. Interment was in the Lynn cemetery in Camden township.
Levia Agans, son of Thomas and Anna Agans was born in Schuyler county, September 18, 1866 and departed this life at his home in Woodstock township, May 13, 1933, aged 66 years, 7 months and 26 days.
His entire life was spent in Camden and Woodstock townships, where he had been engaged in farming with the exception of a few years, when he lived in Frederick.
On January 26, 1888, Mr. Agans was united in marriage to Miss Ida V. Avery, and to this union were born five sons and three daughters. Two daughters preceded him in death, Esther dying in infancy, and Ethel, the wife of Edgar McClelland of Mt. Sterling. Those left to mourn his departure are, his wife Mrs. Ida Agans, five sons and one daughter, Wibert of Camden; Winnie (Willie?) of Birminham; Pearl Marlow of Macomb; Earl, Chester, and Bennie of Industry; one brother and one sister both of Rushville, Steven Agans and Mrs. John Peters and nineteen grandchildren.

Ida Viola AVERY and Levi AGANS had the following children:



Frederick Wilbert AGANS.



John William AGANS.



Esther AGANS was born about 1892. She died before 1955 at the age of 63.

This is an estimate of Esther's birth - a place where she fits in with the order of the children. The obituary of Levi Agans stated there was a daughter Esther who predeceased her father, having died in infancy.



Pearl Mae AGANS.



Earl Douglas AGANS was born on 21 December 1897 in Schuyler County, Illinois. He died on 13 March 1987 at the age of 89 in Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois.

16 Feb 1942 - World War II Draft Registration
Earl Douglas Agans, Maple Ave, Scotland Twp, McDonough Co, IL, was age 44, born 21 Dec 1897, Schuyler Co, IL. Mrs. Pauline Canavit, 508 N. Carroll St., Macomb, IL would always know his address. (I believe she was a daughter). He was unemployed. 5'8", 138 lb. Brown eyes & hair.

Earl must have married Florence King.
Buried Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Macomb, McDonough Co, IL

Indiana Death Certificate 81-016885
Robert E. Agans, Sr. died 8 May 1981 at 17221 Mount St. Lowell, Lake Co, IN, of colon cancer. He was married - his surviving spouse, Marielle Agnew, who was the informant of the same address. He was born 15 Dec 1929 in Illinois. His occupation was loan officer, mortgage banking. Parents were Earl Agans and Florence King. He was buried Maplewood Cemetery at Crown Point, IN on 11 May 1981.

Social Security Claims: Pauline Imogene Agans, b. 14 Dec 1923, Rushville, Schuyler Co, IL, died 15 Jul 2002 - parents were Earl D. Agans and Florence E. King.

Lee Co, Iowa Marriage License and Return
6 Oct 1939
C. Duane Elliott of Macomb, IL. Occupation, Office work. 22 next birthday, born Bardolph, IL. Parents - Cloyd and Frances Elliott. His first marriage.
Frances Agans of Macomb, IL, age 19 next birthday, born in Rushville, IL. Father, Earl Agans; mother, Florence King. Her first marriage.
Witnesses: Frances Elliott, Cloyd Elliott
Marriage solemnized by Myron E. Hayes, Methodist Minister at Keokuk, Iowa.



Ethel AGANS.



Chester AGANS was born on 30 October 1902 in Camden, Schuyler County, Illinois. He died on 12 December 1959 at the age of 57 in Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois. He was buried in Rushville City Cemetery, Schuyler County, Illinois.

Married Lorena Belle Morrell (1918-1979)



Bennie E. AGANS was born in 1905 in Schuyler County, Illinois. He died on 11 November 1955 at the age of 50 in Illinois.

Buried Greenview Memorial Gardens, East Moline, Rock Island Co, IL

The Dispatch, Moline, IL, 11 Nov 1955, Friday, p.3
Bennie E. Agans, 50, of Green Rock, a retired foundryman at the Farmall Works of International Harvester Co, Rock Island, died at 8:20 this morning in St. Anthony's Hospital, where he had been a patient since Oct. 11.
He was born April 25, 1905, in Rushville, a son of Mr. & Mrs. Levi Agans. He attended school in that city and moved from there to the Quad-City area about 14 years ago. He worked at the Farmall plant until illness forced him to retire about two years ago.
He married Dorothy Staton on April 12, 1947 in Metropolus, IL.
Survivors are the widow; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Marlow, Macomb; and four brothers, Wilbert Agans & Winnie Agans, both of Camden, IL, Chester Agans, rushville, and Earl Agans, Macomb.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters.
The body is at Hodgon Funeral Home.