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Past and present of Piatt County, Illinois : together with biographical sketches of many prominent and influential citizens

Past and present of Piatt County, Illinois : together with biographical sketches of many prominent and influential citizens

Fonte : Internet Archive

Past and present of Piatt County, Illinois : together with biographical sketches of many prominent and influential citizens

Past and present of Piatt County, Illinois : together with biographical sketches of many prominent and influential citizens

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Lodge, William E 128


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was erected in 1876. The Irwin Lodge, No. 344,


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was so universally accorded to William E. Lodge, but through more than forty years connection with the history of Piatt


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and it was there that Samuel Lodge, the grandfather of our subject, carried on farming throughout his entire business career.


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Jersey. It was their son. Benjamin F. Lodge, who became the father of our subject, and who after arriving at


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Mr. Lodge was a native of Ohio, his birth having occurred in the town of


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her hand in marriage to Benjamin F. Lodge, and by this union she became the mother of eight children :


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William E. Lodge was a little lad of only two summers when his parents left


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daughter who died in infancy. Mrs. Lodge survived her husband for a number of years and .


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Mr. Lodge at once opened his office and gradually advanced as he demonstrated his power


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was celebrated the marriage of Mr. Lodge and Miss Francis A. Piatt, a daughter of William and Ciarinda (Marquiss) Piatt.


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William and Ciarinda (Marquiss) Piatt. Mrs. Lodge was born in Goose Creek township, this county, and was a most estimable


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He also belongs to the Rebekah Lodge and to the Modern Woodmen of America, being medical examiner for the camp


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is a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, No.


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He continued with Mr. Lodge for three years, and then embarked in merchandising, handling cigars and tobacco. Having


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he entered the office of William E. Lodge, a prominent attorney of Monticello, acting as his bookkeeper and also studying


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an honored member of the Odd Fellows Lodge of Bement, and he and his family hold membership in the Presbyterian


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the Fraternal Army and the Odd Fellows Lodge, No. 740, at De-Land, and in his political affiliations is a stalwart


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is a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, No.


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moral interests of the community. Mr. Lodge was a man of noble character, much of whose life was devoted to


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a son of Benjamin F. and Julia A. (Brooks) Lodge. His father was born in New Jersey, and


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Mary Unto Mr. and Mrs. Lodge were born nine children, of whom Benjamin F., Julia, William and Elmer are


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Mr. Lodge, of this review, was only about five years old when the family removed


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Mr. Lodge departed this life July 6, 1902, and in life's span of almost seventy


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he is a member of Ben Hur Lodge, and religiously both he and his wife are members of the Christian


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is a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, No. 276, the Modern Woodmen of America, the Court of Honor and


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and is a son of William E. and Frances A. (Piatt) Lodge, the latter a daughter of William H. Piatt,


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number of men and boys. Mr. Lodge also became secretary and incorporation promoter of the electric light company, and was


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a part of the stock. Mr. Lodge was also one of the organizers of the Monticello Mutual Telephone Company, which


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a charter member of the Odd Fellows Lodge at De Land, and both he and his wife belong to the