Charles E. Storm

Male 1864 - 1918  (54 years)
Person ID: I36249 


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  • Name Charles E. Storm  [1
    Relationshipwith Jeffrey Scott Vitter
    Born 31 Mar 1864  Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 13 Apr 1918  Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Buried Cochrans Grove Cemetery, Windsor, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Siblings
     1. Annie E. Storm (ID:I36267),   b. 1867,   d. 1869  (Age 2 years)
     2. Tona A. Storm (ID:I36268),   b. 1873,   d. 1962  (Age 89 years)
     3. Harry Storm (ID:I36271),   b. 1875,   d. 1 Oct 1956  (Age 81 years)
     4. Harlie Storm (ID:I36273),   b. 1875,   d. 1875  (Age 0 years)
     5. Robert Vincent Storm (ID:I36274),   b. 10 May 1877, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Jan 1912, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 34 years)
     6. William Barton Storm (ID:I36276),   b. 1879,   d. 1957  (Age 78 years)
     7. Emma Storm (ID:I36278),   b. 1881,   d. 1964  (Age 83 years)
     8. Nellie Storm (ID:I36280),   b. 1884

    Parents

    Family ID: F27487 Group Sheet  |  Family Chart  
    Father William Robert Storm (ID:I36247),   b. 10 May 1845, Ash Grove, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Apr 1918, Windsor, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Mother Sarah Ellen Weeks (ID:I36248),   b. 1 Jan 1845,   d. 13 Apr 1918, Windsor, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Married 8 Jul 1863  Windsor, Shelby, Illinois, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2

    Family

    Family ID: F27494 Group Sheet  |  Family Chart 7 Jan 2021   
    Wife Caroline Bennett (ID:I36265),   b. 1864 
  • Event Map

    Link to Google MapsBorn - 31 Mar 1864 - Shelby, Illinois, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 13 Apr 1918 - Shelby, Illinois, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Cochrans Grove Cemetery, Windsor, Shelby, Illinois, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Source Citations

    1. [S1251] Find A Grave, Charles E. Storm.
      William R. Storm of Windsor and his son, Charles E. Storm of Catlin, were killed instantly, the former's brother, T. G. Storm, also of Windsor, was injured so seriously that he died within three hours, and the first named's new limousine was wrecked by being struck by a troop train on the Big Four Saturday afternoon about 5:20 o'clock. Joint funeral services were held at Ash Grove Christian Church, with which all were prominently identified, Monday afternoon. The pastor, Rev. Oscar E. Kelly of Terre Haute, had charge of the services and was ably assisted by Rev. Ross Kern of Catlin and Rev. Geo. A. Reinhardt of Windsor, pastors of the Christian churches of their respective cities. The singing was by the choir of Ash Grove church. Burial was in the respective family lots. It was probably the largest funeral ever held in Eastern Shelby. More than 300 automobiles were counted on the grounds at once, besides the large number of horse drawn vehicles. All three of the victims were so widely known and were held in such high esteem that large numbers from far and near were present to pay their last tribute of respect. Charles E. Storm, born in Ash Grove township, Mar. 31, 1864, was the eldest child of W. R. and Sarah E. Storm. He and Miss Caroline Bennett, daughter of E. P. Bennett and wife, were united in marriage Feb. 17, 1884. To this union were given three children, Mrs. Telva [C. U.] Noble, Mrs. Dorothy [Dwight] Stansberry, and Forrest, all married and all living in Catlin, where the deceased and his wife had resided for several years. Charles was associated in business with his father for a long time and of late was a traveling salesman. He had been an active member of the Christian Church since young manhood, first as a member of the Ash Grove congregation and later as a member of the Catlin congregation. All the brothers, sisters, and children of the three deceased, together with their families, were present at the services.- Windsor Gazette - 18 Apr 1918
      https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/57487689/charles-e_-storm

    2. [S1251] Find A Grave, William Robert Storm.
      William R. Storm of Windsor and his son, Charles E. Storm of Catlin, were killed instantly, the former's brother, T. G. Storm, also of Windsor, was injured so seriously that he died within three hours, and the first named's new limousine was wrecked by being struck by a troop train on the Big Four Saturday afternoon about 5:20 o'clock. Joint funeral services were held at Ash Grove Christian Church, with which all were prominently identified, Monday afternoon. The pastor, Rev. Oscar E. Kelly of Terre Haute, had charge of the services and was ably assisted by Rev. Ross Kern of Catlin and Rev. Geo. A. Reinhardt of Windsor, pastors of the Christian churches of their respective cities. The singing was by the choir of Ash Grove church. Burial was in the respective family lots. It was probably the largest funeral ever held in Eastern Shelby. More than 300 automobiles were counted on the grounds at once, besides the large number of horse drawn vehicles. All three of the victims were so widely known and were held in such high esteem that large numbers from far and near were present to pay their last tribute of respect. William R. Storm was the eldest of the Storm name in this community. He and Tobias G. were sons of Vincent and Lilly Storm and were of the fourth generation of descendants of Peter Storm, the founder of the family in this state. William R., was born May 10, 1845, being the couple's eldest child. his entire life was spent in Eastern Shelby. On Jan. 8, 1863, he was united in marriage with Sarah E. Weeks, who survives him. Ten children were born to them, the surviving children being James M. of Morrisonville, Harry of Chrisman, W. B., Mrs. W. M. Pinnell, and Mrs. J. R. Mooberry of Windsor. He also leaves several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Early in life Mr. Storm united with the Christian church and served Ash Grove congregation as deacon, elder, trustee and minister, preaching the Gospel for 15 years. He served his neighbors in various official capacities, including that of justice, supervisor of both Ash Grove townships, mayor of Windsor, chairman of the county board, and in other positions. After spending several years as a farmer he engaged in the hardware business in Windsor and other Illinois towns but retired a few years ago and gave his time to looking after his extensive real estate holdings. All the brothers, sisters, and children of the three deceased, together with their families, were present at the services. Windsor Gazette - 18 Apr 1918
      https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/53496182/william-robert-storm