Alfred Callais
Alfred Callais died at his home near Marlow, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock
January 26, 1920, after an illness of eleven days.

February 15, 1920 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Jean Crowder-Gonzales

Alfred Callais
Alfred CALLAIS died at his home near Marlow, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, 
January 26, 1920, after an illness of eleven days. He was born at East St. Louis, Ill., 
November 27, 1855, being at the time of his death 64 years and 2 months of age.  
He was married three times, his last wife preceding him to the great beyond 
just eighteen days before. She died January 8, 1920.
He leaves to mourn his loss three sons and two daughters, also two sisters 
and several nieces and nephews, and a host of friends. His children are as follows:  
Mrs. Mary E. HARRIS, Webber Township; George S. CALLAIS, Northfield, Minn.; 
John F. CALLAIS, Webber Township; Joseph A. CALLAIS, Webber Township; Mrs. Madeline VINEYARD, 
East St. Louis, Ill. All were at his bedside at the time of his death. 

He was a kind and loving father and a kind and good neighbor to all that knew him.  
He was a member of the Methodist Church at East St. Louis for about twenty-two years.  
Funeral services were conducted at Hickory Hill Church Wednesday at 1:00 o'clock by 
Rev. H. V. LOWERY.  Interment at the Hickory Hill Cemetery.

When we leave this world of changes,
When we leave this world of care,
We shall find our missing loved ones
In our Father's mansion fair.

Call not back the dear departed
Anchored safe where storms are o'er;
On the border land we left them
Soon to meet and part no more. 

Card of Thanks from his children:

Mr. and Mrs. Robert HARRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Earl VINEYARD
George CALLAIS and wife
Joseph CALLAIS and wife

Source: Mt. Vernon IL Daily Register, page 6
Date: Wednesday, February 4, 1920
Submitted by Mary Zinzilieta

Visit RootsWeb 
Submit An Obituary

Please send additions & corrections to 
Jefferson County Coordinator Cindy Ford
© 2005-2016 by Cindy Ford
All rights reserved