The Shemwell Family

Carl J TroutmanAge: 13 years19051918

Carl J Troutman
Given names
Carl J
Birth April 29, 1905 32 32
Death of a motherKatie E Glynn
May 18, 1907 (Age 2 years)
Marriage of a parentCharles Stephen TroutmanBertha Helen GoodrichView this family
October 20, 1908 (Age 3 years)
Name: Chas.s. Troutman Sex: Male Age: 36 Birth Year (Estimated): 1872 Birthplace: Decator, Ill. Marital Status: Single Race: W Ethnicity: American Father's Name: Joseph Troutman Father's Sex: Male Mother's Name: Nancy A. Cox Mother's Sex: Female Spouse's Name: Bertha H. Goodrich Spouse's Sex: Female Spouse's Age: 26 Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1882 Spouse's Birthplace: Ill. Spouse's Marital Status: Single Spouse's Race: W Spouse's Ethnicity: American Spouse's Father's Name: James Goodrich Spouse's Father's Sex: Male Spouse's Mother's Name: Helen Finfrosk Marriage Date: 20 Oct 1908 Marriage Place: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States Event Type: Marriage Source Details: cn 3145
Census April 15, 1910 (Age 4 years)
Death July 10, 1918 (Age 13 years)
Carl J Troutman Obituary and Family Listing
July 11, 1918 (1 day after death)
Cemetery - also add to Place of burial: Harristown Cemetery
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Marriage: March 1, 1894Harristown, Macon, Illinois, United States
19 months
elder brother
Earl Bert Troutman
Birth: September 20, 1895 22 23Harristown, Macon, Illinois, United States
Death: May 23, 1974Ozaukee, Wisconsin, United States
23 months
elder brother
Howard John Troutman
Birth: August 26, 1897 24 25Harristown, Macon, Illinois, United States
Death: April 25, 1972Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States
17 months
elder sister
Mary Elizabeth Troutman
Birth: January 26, 1899 26 26Harristown, Macon, Illinois, United States
Death: April 21, 1981Princeton, Bureau, Illinois, United States
6 years
Carl J Troutman
Birth: April 29, 1905 32 32Harristown, Macon, Illinois, United States
Death: July 10, 1918Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States
Father’s family with Bertha Helen Goodrich - View this family
Bertha Helen Goodrich
Birth: October 1, 1882Waynesville, DeWitt, Illinois, United States
Death: May 8, 1963Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States
Marriage: October 20, 1908Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

Carl J Troutman has 8 first cousins recorded

Census1910 United States - Census transcript - Charles Stephen Troutman - Household

Harristown, Macon, Illinois, United States

Troutman, Charles SheadMW37M21ILINILEnglishFarmerGeneral FarmEMPYesYesOMF
Troutman, Bertha HwifeFW27M1100ILOHILEnglishNoneYesYes
Troutman, Earl BsonMW14SILILILEnglishFarm LaborerHome FarmWYesYesYes
Troutman, John HsonMW12SILILILEnglishNoneYesYesYes
Troutman, Mary EdaughterFW11SILILILEnglishNoneYesYesYes
Troutman, Carl JsonMW4SILILILNone

Carl J Troutman Obituary and Family Listing CARL TROUTMAN DIES OF INJURY - Medical Science Unable to Overcome Complication After Auto Accident Carl J. Troutman, 13-year old son of Charles S. Troutman, died in the Decatur and Macon county hospital at 1:45 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, death being caused by the effects of injuries which he had sustained about four weeks ago, when the car in which he was driving, overturned at the foot of Sheron church hill, near the Sawyer bridge, northwest of the city. The body was removed to the Dawson Undertaking parlors, where it will remain until 2 o'clock this afternoon, and his Decatur friends are invited to view the body until that hour. Brother on the Seas. Carl Troutman was born April 16, 1905, and leaves his father, one sister, Mary, a brother, Howard, both of whom are at home, besides another brother, Earl, who has been at Camp Merritt, N. J., in the Hospital corps, but who is now on his way overseas. His mother preceded him in death eleven years. Carl Troutman was a favorite with his family and his associates. His greatest "pal" was his father, who is deeply grieved at his death, and who tried in every way known to medical science to save the boy's life. The boy's every wish was granted, and the number of his friends may be ascertained from the fact that the nurses in the hospital were kept busy at all times answering the telephone for parties who wished to know the boy's condition. Always Courteous. He was a man's boy. Far above the average boy of his years, he was always mannerly and in every way courteous, addressing every man of his acquaintance in a courteous way, and not using familiar nicknames. Questions which the ordinary boy of his age would never think of asking were eagerly raised by him and his business ability was good. He was a subscriber to the Third Liberty Loan, paying for the bond with money which he had made from his different small industries around home. He was also a member of Troop Six, of the Decatur Boy Scouts. Young Troutman attended the Maple Grove school and was planning to start in the Decatur schools this fall. Funeral services will be held in the Harristown Methodist church Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Published in the Herald and Review (Decatur, IL) on Wednesday, July 10, 1918.
Mary E Perry (nee Troutman) Obituary and Family Listing Mrs. Ralph (Mary E. Troutman) Perry, 81, of Princeton, formerly of Harristown, died Tuesday, April 21, 1981 in Perry Memorial Hospital, Princeton. Graveside services will be 11:30 a.m. Friday in Harristown Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour before service time in Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home. Mrs. Perry was born in Harristown, daughter of Charles and Kate Troutman. She married Ralph B. Perry. He died in 1968. Three brothers preceded her in death. Published in the Herald and Review (Decatur, IL) on Thursday, April 23, 1981.
Charles Stephen Troutman Obituary and Family Listing Charles S. Troutman, 71, of rural route 3, died in his home at 4:30 a. m. yesterday. He was born in Harristown township on Oct. 2, 1873, the son of. Joseph W. and Nancy Ann Cox Troutman. Mr. Troutman was a farmer and auctioneer. He was a member of the Sharon Methodist church. On Oct. 20, 1908 he married Miss Bertha H. Goodrich. He leaves his wife; two sons. Earl B., Madison, Wis, Howard, rural route 3. Decatur; one daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Perry, Chicago, Ill., a granddaughter. Helen T. Landacre and a niece, Helen Goodrich, both of whom live at the Troutman home. Two brothers, Elmer and J. H. Troutman, both of rural route 3. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow in the Dawson & Wikoff funeral home. Burial will be in Harristown cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 12 p. m. today. Published in the Herald and Review (Decatur, IL) on Monday, September 10, 1945.
Katie E Troutman (nee Glynn) Obituary and Family Listing Charles S. Troutman and Katie E. Glynn were married March 1, 1894 in Macon Co., IL. Charles and Katie had 4 children: Earl B., Howard John, Mary Elizabeth, and Carl J. MRS. TROUTMAN DIES SUDDENLY // Before Her Friends Knew Her Condition Mrs. Charles Troutman died at 11:25 Saturday night at her home, six miles west of Decatur, on the Mt. Pulaski road. Her death was wholly unexpected and was a great shock to her relatives and friends. She was only taken ill Friday. Saturday a physician was called from Decatur and he pronounced her case peritonitis and said she was a very sick woman, but he did not think her case critical. Saturday night she grew steadly and rapidly worse. She was dying almost before her friends knew her condition was serious. Mrs. Troutman was 35 years old and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Glynn of Princeton, Ill. Besides her husband and four children, three sons and a daughter, the oldest 12 and the youngest 2 years, she is survived by her parents and three sisters, Mrs. Kiehier and Miss Julia Glynn, all of Princeton. Mrs. Troutman was widely known and had a host of friends. The Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois), May 19, 1907, pg2 The funeral of Mrs. Charles S. Troutman will be held at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon from the Methodist church at Harristown. The interment will be at Harristown cemetery. The funeral procession will leave the Troutman residence at 2 p.m. The Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois), May 20, 1907, pg10