Friday, September 29, 2006

Floyd Cecil (Jack) Scroggin (16 Dec 1923 - 27 Sep 2006) [41148]


Floyd Cecil ?Jack? Scroggin, of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, formerly of Hot Springs, born December 16, 1923, in Damascus, Arkansas to Floy Stell and William Paul Scroggin, died in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, September 27, 2006, after a long illness with Alzheimer?s. Mr. Scroggin served in the Coast Guard from October 29, 1942 to March 14, 1946. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal. He joined the Arkansas State Police on February 16, 1948. Mr. Scroggin received a commendation in 1970 following an uprising in Cummins Prison on November 21 and 22 of that year. On September 20, 1982, he received the Departmental Distinguished Service Award. Additionally, through the years, the Arkansas State Police received many letters of praise from citizens for his help and service to the community. After a distinguished career, he retired from the Arkansas State Police on December 31, 1982. He was a Sergeant of Troop K in Hot Springs. He was a member of the Church of Nazarene in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Jack possessed a loving and jovial personality and will always be remembered with admiration, honesty, affection and love.

He leaves to cherish his memories, his wife, Ruth Haywood Scroggin, married since April 30, 1988; daughter and son-in-law, Jacqueline (Jackie ) Sue and Leon Schochet of Goodlettsville, Tennessee; step-daughter and step-son-in-law, Donna and Bill Freeman of Katy, Texas; step-son and step-daughterin-law, Dwayne and Jan Lansdowne of Hot Springs; three sisters, Pauline Short of Wichita, Kansas, Thelma Gene Hatcher of Highlands, Texas, and Rosemary Martin of Sherwood, Arkansas; two brothers, Robert William Scroggin of Tampa, Florida and James Paul Scroggin of Little Rock, Arkansas; and a step-mother, Maggie Howe Scroggin of Sherwood, Arkansas. He was predeceased by his first-wife, Mary Lois Scroggin (June 18, 1985 ) and his son, Robert Stephen Scroggin (October 14, 2003 ) of Mesquite, Texas.

Visitation will be 2-4 p. m. Sunday, October 1, 2006, at Gross Funeral Home. The funeral service will be held at Gross Funeral Home Chapel by his cousin, Reverend Dr. Earl White on Monday, October 2, 2006, at 10: 30 a. m. Pallbearers will be the Honor Guard of the Arkansas State Police. Burial will be in Crestview Cemetery. The family would like to express our deepest gratitude to Dorothy Hicks, Odyssey Hospice, and Tennessee State Veterans Home of Tennessee for their loving care of Jack during his illness. Memorials may be made to the Arkansas State Police Memorial Fund or Alzheimer?s Arkansas, 10411 West Markham Street, Suite 130, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205-1409. Obit info / guest register at www. grossfuneralhome. com.

Floyd C. Scroggin

Floyd Cecil (Jack) Scroggin, 82, of Goodlettsville, Tenn., formerly of Hot Springs, died Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006. He was in the Coast Guard, was in law enforcement and retired from the Arkansas State Police. He was a member of the Church of Nazarene in Hot Springs.

Survivors include his wife Ruth Haywood Scroggin; daughter Jacqueline Sue Scholine and husband Leon of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; step-daughter Dona Freeman and husband Bill of Katy, Texas; step-son Dwayne Lansdowne and wife Jan of Hot Springs; sisters Pauline Short of Wichita, Kan., Thelma Gene Hatcher of Highlands, Texas, and Rosemary Martin of Sherwood; brothers Robert William Scroggin of Tampa, Florida, and James Paul Scroggin of Little Rock; and step-mother Maggie Howe Scroggin of Sherwood.

He was preceded in death by his first-wife Mary Lois Scroggin and son Robert Stephen Scroggin.

The funeral service was held Monday, Oct. 2, at Gross Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in the Crestview Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to the Arkansas State Police Memorial Fund or Alzheimer?s Arkansas, 10411 West Markham St., Suite 130, Little Rock, AR 72205-1409.

Floyd C. Scroggin - Sherwood Voice - (Oct/7/2006)

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Scroggins, Virgie Mae Williams (Green) (26 Oct 1925 - 12 Sep 2006) [44239]

Scroggins, Virgie Mae Williams (Green) (26 Oct 1925 - 12 Sep 2006) [44239].
Wife of Scroggins, James Louis (7 Nov 1930 - 22 Nov 2013) [44238].

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Anniston Star, Anniston, AL, 14 Sep 2006 [Ancestry]
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Find A Grave, Virgie Mae Williams Green, 23 Jul 2009 [25 Nov 2013]
(Updated 14 Nov 2015).

Monday, September 04, 2006

Scroggin, Mary Alice (Clendenen), 1860-1945 [k-31871] (SP:10-F69; HS:L5)

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Mount Pulaski Times-News, 2 August 1945

M. Clendenen Died Tuesday at Hospital

Had Been in Poor Health for Some Time

Mrs. Mary Agnes Clendenen, well known and esteemed resident of the Copeland
Christian church community all her life, and who lived five miles southwest
of Mount Pulaski, died at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 31, 1945 in St. Clara's
Hospital, Lincoln, Ill., aged 85 years, 5 months, and 22 days. Although
she had been in feeble health for many months, her last illness was of
short duration. During the early hours of Sunday morning, she suffered a
stroke and was removed to the hospital in the Schahl ambulance.
Mary Agnes Scroggin was born Feb. 9, 1860, five miles southwest of Mount
Pulaski, daughter of Leonard D. and Mary Sims Scroggin, pioneers of this
community. She was united in marriage to John H. Clendenen on Jan. 8,
1890, and they observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1940. Her
husband preceded her in death on August 2, 1943. She was the last member
of the Scroggin family to survive.
She had been an active and faithful member of the Copeland Christian church
for 60 years, and taught a bible class there for 44 years. She was a
member of the church's Ladies Aid.
Decedent is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William Burris, of Atlanta, and
Mrs. Ellis Quandt, with whom she made her home; and three grandchildren,
Eloise, Paul, and Leon Quandt.
The remains were removed to the Schahl Funeral Home, and taken to the
family residence on Wednesday afternoon.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, in Copeland
Christian church, conducted by Rev. Kenneth Hooe, of Blue Mound, assisted
by the pastor, Raymond Huffman, of San Jose. "Under His Wings" was sung by
Myrna and Glenna Copeland, and George and Clarence Bowers, and "The Holy
City" was sung by John Bowers. The accompanist was Miss Joyce Bowers.
Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery, pallbearers being Herbert Shellhammer,
Donald Copeland, Willis Ayers, George Gulso, Charles Herring, and Fred Bellati.
In charge of the flowers were Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mrs. Richard Drabing,
Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer, and Mrs. Donald Copeland.

Lincoln Evening Courier, 3 August 1943


MT. PULASKI - The funeral for John H. Clendenen will be held at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Copeland Christian Church and burial will be made in
Steenbergen Cemetery, with the Rev. L. H. Hooe, of Tuscola, Ill., officiating.
The body was removed from the Schahl Funeral Home to the Clendenen
residence Tuesday.

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Sarah Margaret Scroggin and Andrew Copeland

Obituary - Springfield (Illinois) State Journal, 20 February 1922

COPELAND, MRS. SARAH M. - Died at 12:20 p.m., Feb. 19, 1922, at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Milton Green, 5 miles southwest of Rochester, at the age
of 68 years, 3 months, and 2 days. Funeral services will be held at 11
a.m. Tuesday, February 21 at the residence and 2 p.m. at the Copeland
church in Logan County, the Rev. L. E. Chase of Decatur
officiating. Surviving are one son, W. C. Copeland; one daughter, Mrs.
Milton Green; and six grandchildren, all of Rochester. Interment will be
in Steenbergen Cemetery near Mt. Pulaski.

Obituary - Lincoln Herald, 1 June 1911

Andrew Copeland

Died at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening, May 27, 1911, at St. John's
Hospital, Andrew Copeland of Berry, aged 58 years, 11 months, and 18 days.
The decedent is survived by his wife, Margaret Copeland; his son, Willis
Copeland; and his daughter, Mrs. Florence Green, all of Berry.
The remains have been taken to the undertaking establishment of C. T.
Branson, from where they will be sent to Mt. Pulaski, where the funeral
will be held from the Christian church.
Interment will be made in Steenbergen Cemetery.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Russell Scroggin (p29218.htm)

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Obituary - Lincoln News, 6 January 1898

A telegram was received today from Crown Point, Ind., announcing the death
of Russell Scroggin, formerly a Logan County citizen but of late years a
resident of Portsmouth, Iowa. The deceased was a son of Russell Scroggin
of Mt. Pulaski, brother of L. K. Scroggin, and for many years was a cashier
in the First National Bank at Mt. Pulaski. The germs of consumption took
root and Mr. Scroggin went to Iowa, where he started a bank, afterwards
reorganizing it as a state bank and serving as cashier. The physicians of
that place gave up hope and he was sent to Colorado, but to no avail. He
then placed himself under the care of the Chinese physician at Crown Point,
but no good resulted and death came as a relief at 8:15 this morning. He
leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss. The deceased was an
uncle of Mrs. A. G. Drobisch and a cousin of Mrs. A. L. Anderson. Nothing
is known of the funeral arrangements.

Obituary - Lincoln News, 10 January 1898

The funeral of Russell Scroggin was held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at
Mt. Pulaski. In spite of the inclement weather, a large concourse of
people was present to pay a last tribute to the dead. The Modern Woodmen
of America, Mt. Pulaski, attended in a body. Rev. Dabney had charge of the
services and, after a beautiful sermon, the remains were taken to the
Steenbergen Cemetery and laid to rest beside the sleeping mother.

Obituary - Mount Pulaski Times-News, 5 July 1956


Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Scroggin, a native of Mount Pulaski vicinity, died at
12:15 a.m. on Tuesday, July 3, 1956, in a nursing home in Ballwin, Mo.,
where she had been a patient for some time. Her health had been failing
for some time. She was aged 91 years, 3 months, and 25 days.
Decedent was born Feb. 8, 1865 on a farm southwest of Mount Pulaski, near
Lake Fork, a daughter of Jerry and Mary Copeland Buckles, Logan County
pioneers. There were 11 children in this well-known family, and she was
the last member of the family.
During the late 1880's, she was united in marriage to Russell Franklin
Scroggin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Scroggin of the Mount Pulaski
community. The wedding took place in the Mount Pulaski Christian
Church. They farmed near the city several years, then moved to Portsmouth,
Iowa, where Mr. Scroggin started a bank. In 1898, when on a trip from
Portsmouth to Crown Point, Ind., to consult a well-known physician
concerning his health, Mr. Scroggin passed away.
Mrs. Scroggin and children, Dessa and Donald, came from Iowa to Lincoln,
Ill., and resided a few years, the children attending school there. They
later returned to Iowa to make their home. Since 1933, Mrs. Scroggin had
made her home most of the time with her daughter, Dessa, wife of Col. Henry
M. van Hook, in Clayton, a suburb of St. Louis, Mo.
Besides her daughter, Mrs. van Hook, decedent is survived by a son, Donald
R. Scroggin, of Lake Forest, north of Chicago; and three
grandchildren. There are many relatives living in the Mount Pulaski area.
The body arrived in Mount Pulaski at 3 a.m. Wednesday, over the Illinois
Central Railroad, and was taken to the Schahl Funeral Home, where funeral
services were held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 5, conducted by Rev. John
M. Webb, pastor of the Christian Church. Appropriate organ music was
played by Mrs. Frank E. Turley.
Burial was in the Steenbergen Cemetery, four miles southwest of Mount
Pulaski. Pallbearers, all relatives, were: Keith Rothwell, Leroy K.
Buckles Jr., Henry Frank Buckles, Harry van Hook, Dee Buckles, and Marshall

Eliza Jane Scroggin Turley

Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 21:20:18 EDT
Subject: Eliza Jane Scroggin Turley

Obituary - Springfield (Illinois) State Journal, 17 November 1899

Turley - Died, at 7:55 o'clock Thursday night, Nov. 16, 1899, at the family
residence, four miles east of the city, Mrs. Eliza Jane Turley, aged 59 years.
Mrs. Turley was an old resident of Sangamon County and enjoyed the
acquaintance of a large circle of friends. She was the wife of H. D. Turley.
The time of the funeral will be announced later.

Obituary - Springfield (Illinois) State Journal, 18 November 1899

Turley - The funeral of the late Mrs. H. D. Turley will be held at 10
o'clock Sunday morning at the residence, four miles east of the city. The
interment will be made in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Turley is survived by her husband; five daughters, Mrs. Fred
Rentschler, Dawson; Mrs. Rufus Belt, Barclay; Mrs. Burt Stevens,
Springfield; Mrs. Margaret Chole and Bessie Turley, residing at home; three
sons, Charles, Ernest, and Frank; her father; and two sisters.

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Obituary - Mount Pulaski Times-News, 27 June 1946


A patient in the Decatur and Macon Hospital since May 26, Mrs. Harriett L.
Meliza, of 518 West Sawyer Street, Decatur, died in the hospital at 11:37
p.m. Tuesday, June 25, 1946.
Harriett L. Scroggin was born about 74 years ago in Champaign, Ill., a
daughter of Watt and Harriett Sherry Scroggin. Her mother died when she
was quite young, and she was brought to Mount Pulaski and reared to
womanhood by her grandmother, Mrs. David Sherry. She attended Mount
Pulaski schools, and in 1903 married Arthur Meliza, who was employed as an
operator in the old switch tower at the Illinois Central junction. They
moved to Decatur in 1908, Mr. Meliza continuing to work for the
railroad. Decedent was a member of the Mount Pulaski Christian Church,
Starlight Rebekah Lodge No. 767, Decatur, and the Past Grand Nobles Club.
She is survived by her husband; one brother, W. H. Scroggin, of Pilot Rock,
Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Gussie Cartmell of Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs.
Daisy O'Brien of Los Angeles, Calif. There are several relatives living here.
The body was removed to the Dawson & Wykoff Funeral Home in Decatur, where
funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Mount
Pulaski Cemetery.

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Obituary - Lincoln Courier, 15 June 1987

Reva Molt Tooley

Reva B. Molt Tooley, 73, of Lincoln, formerly of Springfield, died at 10:34
p.m. Saturday, June 13, 1987, at Memorial Medical Center, Springfield.
Mrs. Tooley was born Jan. 3, 1914, in Lake Fork, a daughter of Benjamin F.
and Oral I. Mileham Scroggin. She married Leon L. Molt in 1929 in
Lincoln. She later married Roy P. Tooley in 1963 in Springfield. He died
Dec. 22, 1986.
Survivors include two sons, Lowell D. Molt, Mount Pulaski, and Kenneth W.
Molt, Lincoln; one daughter, Jacqueline L. Lannin, Springfield; six
grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Two brothers and three sisters preceded her in death.
Her funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Holland and Barry Funeral
Home, Lincoln, with Stuart Couve officiating. Burial will be in Camp
Butler National Cemetery, Springfield.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association.

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Obituary - State Journal-Register, Springfield, Illinois, 24 March 1979

Leila M. Goodpaster

Mrs. Leila M. "Billie" Goodpaster, 81, of Springfield, died at 11:55 p.m.,
Thursday in the Springfield Nursing Home.
She was born in Lake Fork, the daughter of Benjamin and Oral Mileham
Scroggin, and was a member of Lake Fork Christian Church.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Roy (Reva) Tooley of Springfield; and
several nieces and nephews.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Staab Funeral Home, with the
Rev. Charles Lee officiating. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday
at Carlyle Cemetery, Lake Fork.

Annabelle Scroggin Wyland

Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:57:28 EDT
Subject: Annabelle Scroggin Wyland

Obituary - Lincoln Daily Courier, 12 December 1969

Mrs. Wyland Funeral Rites to Be Sunday

Mrs. Annabelle Wyland, 93, of rural Williamsville, died at 12:55 a.m.
Friday in Rutledge Manor Nursing Home at Springfield. The body is at Schahl
Funeral Home in Mt. Pulaski and visitation will be there from 7 to 9 p.m.,
Saturday. Services will be 2 p.m., Sunday from the funeral home with the
Rev. Kenneth Idleman officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Pulaski cemetery.
The deceased was born June 25, 1873, in Lake Fork, the daughter of Thomas
and Jane Scroggin. She was married to William S. Wyland in Lincoln Feb.
28, 1895 and he died April 5, 1967.
She leaves the following children, Mrs. Stella Adams of Onawa, Iowa; Mrs.
Arvilla Kaehlar, Kansas City, Mo.; Virgil of Onawa; Mrs. Hazel Baker,
Pekin; Floyd of San Pueblo, Calif., and Melvin, Onawa,; Mrs. Lorene
Patterson, Williamsville; Elmo of Beason; Thomas of Williamsville; Adair of
Philip of Lincoln; and Mrs. Annie Walker of Oreana, Ill.; 41 grandchildren;
89 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.

Obituary - Mount Pulaski Times-News, 18 December 1969


Mrs. Annabelle Wyland of Williamsville, Illinois, passed away at 12:55 a.m.
Friday, December 12, 1969, at the Rutledge Manor, Springfield, Illinois,
where she had been a patient for the past three months.
She was born at Lake Fork, Illinois, June 25, 1876, the daughter of Thomas
Jefferson and Jane Scroggin. She was married to William Wyland in Lincoln,
Ill., February 28, 1895, and he passed away April 5, 1967.
She is survived by the following children: Virgil, Onawa, Iowa; Floyd, San
Pablo, Calif.; Melvin, Onawa, Iowa; Elmo, Beason, Ill.; Thomas,
Williamsville, Ill.; and Adair and William, both of Lincoln, Ill.;
daughters, Mrs. Stella Adams, Onawa, Iowa; Mrs. Arvilla Koehler, Kansas
City, Mo.; Mrs. Hazel Baker, Pekin, Ill.; and Mrs. Anna Camilla Walker of
Oreana, Ill. One daughter preceded her in death. There are 41
grandchildren, 89 great grandchildren, and five great great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sunday, December 14, 1969 at 2:00 p.m. at the
Schahl Funeral Home with the Rev. Ken Idleman officiating.
Mrs. Dale Fuiten, soloist, sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "When They Ring
Those Golden Bells", accompanied by Miss Karen Buckles at the organ.
Grandsons served as pallbearers. Interment was in the Mt. Pulaski Cemetery.

Carl F. Scroggin

Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:55:32 EDT
Subject: Carl F. Scroggin

Obituary - Mount Pulaski Times-News, 16 March 1933

Carl Scroggin Killed Saturday

The murder of Carl F. Scroggin, 28, of 2004 Keys Avenue, Springfield,
Illinois, whose body was found about 8 o'clock Saturday morning, March 11,
in a cornfield near Twentieth Street and Watch Avenue, in the northeast
part of Springfield, remained a mystery Saturday night. He was shot
through the back near the left shoulder.
At first it was believed that Mr. Scroggin had been shot while picking up
coal along the railroad track. The bullet removed from the body, however,
appeared to be a .25 caliber automatic bullet. It had a steel jacket and
blunt nose.
State's Attorney Alfred H. Greening, of Sangamon county, called in several
railroad detectives Saturday night for questioning, but found that none of
them used a pistol of such small caliber. Arthur Hall, Alton railroad
special agent, said that none of his men were stationed in the locality of
the shooting.
The tracks near where Scroggin's body was found are used by the Baltimore
& Ohio and Alton railroad and the Illinois Terminal System.
Members of the family said that Mr. Scroggin left his home between 5:30
and 6 o'clock Saturday morning, saying that he was "going after a chunk of
coal." Police said they found several chunks of coal laying along the
tracks. Scroggin had been out of work all winter and there was no fuel in
the house, the family stated.
When Carl failed to return home in a reasonable length of time, his family
became alarmed and began a search for him. The body was found in a
cornfield about 200 feet from the railroad tracks by Charles Boyer.
The inquest into the death of Carl F. Scroggin was held in Springfield at
10 o'clock by Coroner J. P. Knox. Arthur Jones, 1055 North Sixth Street,
a guard at the Sangamon mine, told police Saturday night that he fired to
frighten three men who boarded a car of coal which he was riding in the
vicinity Saturday morning. He fired twice to frighten the men, he said,
then stumbled and fell, firing a third shot as he fell. He said the three
men ran away, two in one direction, and one in another. He said he did
not know he had hit anyone, but decided to report to police when he read
newspaper accounts of the finding of Scroggin's body in the vicinity.
Carl F. Scroggin was a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Scroggin, who lived in
Lake Fork vicinity, but several years ago moved to Springfield. During
the past year, the parents came to Mount Pulaski and are living in the old
Holden property on North Marion Street. To the old friends and relatives,
George Scroggin is known as "Sant."
Besides his parents, decedent is survived by his wife, Edna, a daughter,
Clara, two brothers, Clell and George Scroggin Jr.; and four sisters, Miss
Alberta Scroggin, Mrs. Gertrude McHenry, Mrs. Violet Bond, and Mrs. Eva
Funeral services were held at the Stuart Street Christian Church in
Springfield at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, March 14, conducted by Rev. A.
O. Hargis, and interment was made in Oak Ridge Cemetery.

George Lee Scroggin

>Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:54:16 EDT
>Subject: George Lee Scroggin
>Obituary - Mount Pulaski Times-News, 29 November 1973
>George Lee Scroggin passed away at his home Wed., Nov. 21, 1973 at 1:15
>p.m. in Springfield at the age of 72.
>He was born in Frazee, Minnesota, the son of George (Sant) and Elizabeth
>(Wyland) Scroggin. He was a former Mt. Pulaski resident and had lived in
>Springfield for the past 23 years.
>He and his wife, Ida Mae, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March
>17, 1973.
>He is survived by his wife, Ida Mae, and his daughter, Mrs. Donald
>Clevenger (Betty) of Parker, Indiana.
>Funeral services were held at the Staab Funeral Home, Saturday, Nov. 24,
>at 1:00 p.m. Burial was in Oak Ridge Cemetery.

Gertrude Scroggin McHenry

>Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:53:36 EDT
>Subject: Gertrude Scroggin McHenry
>Obituary - State Journal-Register, Springfield, Illinois, 21 June 1983
>Gertrude M. McHenry
>Mrs. Gertrude M. McHenry, 84, of 1032 Indiana Ave., died at 1:28 a.m.
>Tuesday at St. John's Hospital.
>Mrs. McHenry was born in Riverton, the daughter of George and Elizabeth
>Wyland Scroggin. She was employed by the YMCA and Myers Brothers before
>her retirement.. Preceding her in death were her husband, Edward, in
>1946, and a son, Noah, in 1976.
>Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Albert (Marjorie) Hood of Springfield;
>two sons, Norman and Edward McHenry, both of Springfield; three sisters,
>Mrs. Eva McCurry of Lincoln, Mrs. Violet Bond of Fulton, Texas, and Mrs.
>Elverda Burkhardt of Dawson; one brother, Clell Scroggin of Girard; 11
>grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews, and
>Graveside services will be at 9 a.m. Thursday at Rochester cemetery, with
>Dr. Charles Hendricks officiating.
>Ellinger-Kunz and Davis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Scroggin, Eva (McCurry) (7 Oct 1897 - 3 Mar 1989) [39183:K].

Scroggin, Eva Catherine (McCurry) (7 Oct 1897 - 3 Mar 1989) [39183:K].
Mount Pulaski Weekly News, Eva Catherine McCurry, 13 Mar 1989
Find A Grave, Eva C. McCurry, 12 Mar 2012 [29 Apr 2014]
(Posted 3 Sep 2006  updated 29 Apr 2014).

Julius Edward Scroggins

Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:47:30 EDT
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Obituary - Illinois State Journal, Springfield, Illinois, 27 December 1941

SCROGGINS, JULIUS EDWARD - Of 320 ½ North Eleventh street, died at 4:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 26, 1941, at residence, aged 66 years. Survived by wife, Nigel; two sons, William Edward, city, and Paul Benjamin, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. Lester DuSha, Milan, and Mrs. James Heffern, city; brother, William, city; and granddaughter. Remains to Vancil funeral home (north side).

Julius Scroggins was the son of Sanford and Mary Ellen Chambers Scroggins

Bill Scroggin

George Samuel Scroggin

Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:49:48 EDT
Subject: George Samuel Scroggin

Mount Pulaski Times-News, 9 April 1959


George Sanford Scroggin, better known to his relatives and many friends as "Sant", passed away at 7:25 p.m. Thursday, April 2, 1959 in St. Clara's Hospital, Lincoln.  He was aged 88 years, 10 months, and 19 days.  Mr. Scroggin resided on North Vine St. in Mount Pulaski for many years, but for the past three years was a patient in the Mary Henry Nursing Home in Lincoln.
Mr. Scroggin was born May 13, 1870, west of Lake Fork, Ill., a son of Thomas Jefferson and Jane Dean Scroggin.  He attended the rural school near his home an, at the age of 10 years, began working on a farm, earning 50 cents a day.  All through his long career, he was an industrious worker and a good citizen.
Sept. 17, 1895, Mr. Scroggin and Elizabeth Wyland drove from the Lake Fork community in horse and buggy method of transportation to Lincoln, where they were married by a justice of the peace..  Farming in the Lake Fork neighborhood for a few years, they moved to a place near Rochester.  They also resided in Springfield, Bloomington, and Frazee, Minn.  Returning to Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Scroggin located in the Mount Pulaski area and, about 25 years ago, built the present homestead on North Vine St.
Mr. and Mrs. Scroggin quietly observed their 63rd wedding anniversary on Sept. 17, 1958.  They recalled that, when they were young, square dancing was the principal form of entertainment.  Decedent was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, Rochester, and the Mount Pulaski Christian Church.
Besides his wife, who is a patient in the Mary Henry Nursing Home in Lincoln, he is survived by two sons, George L., of Springfield, and Clell, of Mount Pulaski; four daughter, Eva, wife of Tom McCurry, living between Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln; Mrs. Gertrude McHenry and Elverda, wife of Kenneth Burkhardt of Springfield; and Violet, wife of Elbert Bond, Springfield, Mo.; one brother, Ben of Lincoln; a sister, Mrs. Anna Wyland of Decatur; 18 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
The body was removed to the Schahl Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 5, conducted by Rev. Paul Burdick, pastor of the Christian Church.  Three hymns, "The Old Rugged Cross", "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder", and "Beyond the Sunset", were sung by Mrs. Dean Schultz with Mrs. Frank Turley, of Decatur, as organ accompanist.  The Odd Fellows had charge of the rites.
Burial was in the Mount Pulaski Cemetery.  Pallbearers were Arie Deibert, Floyd Bobell, Theodore Aderman, J. A. Veech, Harold Deibert, and Lawrence Montgomery.

John William Scroggins

Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 20:46:29 EDT
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Obituary - Illinois State Journal, Springfield, Illinois, 22 July 1944

John W. Scroggins Dies at Residence

John William Scroggins, 222 West Cook Street, died at the residence at 10:30 p.m. yesterday. He was 70 years old.
Mr. Scroggins was a retired coal miner. He was born in Mt. Pulaski. He had been a resident of Springfield for the last 10 years.
Surviving him are his wife, Margaret; three sons, Ray S. of Auburn, Corp. William, Jr., of the U.S. Army in New Guinea, and Hobart of Springfield. He also leaves eight grandchildren.
Remains were removed to the Vancil Funeral Home. Funeral announcement later.

John William Scroggins was the son of Sanford and Mary Ellen Chambers Scroggins.

Bill Scroggin