Children of Andrew Jackson and Adeliza (Greene) Bigelow, all born Coles county, IL:
15131.6431 Levi W., b 01 June 1858; d 01 March 1879.
15131.6432 Flora J., b 29 April 1860.
15131.6433 Sybil W., b 15 March 1862; d 10 May 1867.
15131.6434 Charles Everett., b 06 Dec 1868; d 13 May 1952 (aged 83) Champaign, Champaign County, IL; m Cora Albertine Shuey b 13 Nov 1868; d 28 Jul 1947 (aged 78) Evanston, Cook County, IL.
15131.6435 Effie E., b 22 July 1880; d 15 Mar
1912 (aged 31) Brigham City, Box Elder County, UT; m 1905 Harry
Redmon McGee(1877-1962); child: Patricia “Patty” McGee (1920-2012)
m Dr. Ralph Barlow;
Bigelow Society,The Bigelow Family Genealogy, Vol II, pg 297;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America;
Bigelow Society records.
Bigelow Sociey Library Holdings: F89623.49
History of Coles County, Illinois
North Okaw Township
A. J. BIGELOW, farmer and stock-raiser ; P. 0. Fuller's Point; one of the early settlers; was born in Massachusetts Oct. 10, 1829; came to this State in 1852, and settled in Edgar Co.; he removed to Coles Co. in 1852. where he has since resided; his farm consists of 254- acres, valued at $7,000. he was married to Miss Ada Green, who was born in Massachusetts ; they have two children—Levi and Charley K. Since his residence in the township he has held the office of Supervisor one year and School Director ten years. He was a participant in the late war, having enlisted in tho 79th I. V. I.; after volunteering, he was commissioned Second Lieutenant, and later was promoted to First Lieutenant; and as such served faithfully for several months, when he was promoted to Captain ; he served in the war about three years, and was discharged with honor at its close.
Andrew was a Capt., 79th Illinois Infantry. Union Officer Prisoner of War, captured on September 13, 1863 at Chickamauga, GA.