Maximillian Shepherd and Anna Neese

Submitted by: Marlene Jolly

Husband: Maximillian Shepherd
Birthdate: February 14, 1852
Birthplace: Payson, IL.
Death date: February 26, 1930
Place of death: Quincy
Father: Henry M. Shepherd
Mother: Elizabeth Waugh

Marriage date: March 24, 1874
Marriage place: Adams Co, IL.

Wife: Anna Neese
Birthdate: 1858
Birthplace: KY (?)
Death date: October 26, 1922
Place of death: Hull, IL.
Father: unknown
Mother: unknown

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Child No. 1: Nettie Shepherd
Birthdate: 1875
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Child No. 2: Louella Shepherd
Birthdate: January 21, 1878
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Child No. 3: Flora Shepherd
Birthdate: June 18, 1879
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Child No. 4: Dorothy Shepherd
Birthdate: July 1883
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Child No. 5: Myrtle Shepherd
Birthdate: March 1, 1886
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Child No. 6: Nina Shepherd
Birthdate: January 1891
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Child No. 7: Earl Shepherd
Birthdate: May 21, 1892
Birthplace: Hull, IL.
Death date: November 13, 1954
Place of death: Quincy, IL.
Marriage date: January 1, 1914
Marriage place: Hull, IL (?)
Spouse's name: Ella Eckman

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