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  • Pleasant Cross, the grandfather of John Robert Cross, was born in 1799, near Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia, and came to Hamilton County, Illinois in 1839. He was a mechanic by occupation and also owned a farm, which he hired others to operate for him, his shop being situated about six miles west of McLeansboro. He was a Democrat in his political views, and religiously was connected with the Methodist Church, his wife being a Presbyterian. Mr. Cross was married in Tennessee, to Elmira Stacy, and they were the parents of twelve children, as follows: Angelina, who married Alfred Carns and lived in Gallatin County; Lucinda, who married William Whipple and resided in Hamilton County; Matilda, who married Thomas Babbington, and moved to Nevada; John C., who married Nancy Burton and resided in Hamilton County; Christopher C., who died young; Elizabeth, who married Asa Cross and lived in Hamilton County; Sarah, who became the wife of Charles Epperson, now deceased, and then married Jacob Stelle, and now lives in McLeansboro; Pleasant Marion; Elmira, who became the wife of J. W. Goings, of Hamilton County; Nancy, who married Maston Williams and now lives in Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Lucy Ann, who married John Davis and resides near McLeansboro; and Mary Jane, who married Elijah Goins and lives in Hamilton County.

    John Robert Cross attended the common schools in the vicinity of his father's farm, on which he worked until he was twenty-one years of age, and also spend one year in teaching school. He was married May 29i, 1881 in Hamilton County, to Emma Ellis, who was born February 9, 1863, in Shelby County, Indiana, daughter of Lewis and Olive (Bassett) Ellis, and to this union there have been born four children: Iva M., born January 20, 1882, married Isaac Hardesty, of McLeansbor0, and has two children, Helma and Walter Wade; Inez M., born June 1, 1884, who married Joseph F. Reeder; and Nona, born April 13, 1888 and John E., born July 20, 1900, who live with their parents.

  • Pleasant Cross, the grandfather of John Robert Cross, was born in 1799, near Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia, and came to Hamilton County, Illinois in 1839. He was a mechanic by occupation and also owned a farm, which he hired others to operate for him, his shop being situated about six miles west of McLeansboro. He was a Democrat in his political views, and religiously was connected with the Methodist Church, his wife being a Presbyterian. Mr. Cross was married in Tennessee, to Elmira Stacy, and they were the parents of twelve children, as follows: Angelina, who married Alfred Carns and lived in Gallatin County; Lucinda, who married William Whipple and resided in Hamilton County; Matilda, who married Thomas Babbington, and moved to Nevada; John C., who married Nancy Burton and resided in Hamilton County; Christopher C., who died young; Elizabeth, who married Asa Cross and lived in Hamilton County; Sarah, who became the wife of Charles Epperson, now deceased, and then married Jacob Stelle, and now lives in McLeansboro; Pleasant Marion; Elmira, who became the wife of J. W. Goings, of Hamilton County; Nancy, who married Maston Williams and now lives in Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Lucy Ann, who married John Davis and resides near McLeansboro; and Mary Jane, who married Elijah Goins and lives in Hamilton County.

    John R Cross FCSP Dr Ac has been practising physiotherapy and complementary therapies since 1971, and has remained at the forefront of his profession in clinical and education fields. He is passionate about the integration of professional complementary therapy into mainstream physical therapy and was awarded a Fellowship by the CSP for this work in 2005. He is the author of 6 books on the topics of acupuncture, acupressure, reflextherapy, bodywork and the chakra system of healing. He runs an advisory service for practitioners through his website as well as the 'All Experts' organisation and continues to give seminars and workshops worldwide.

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    John R Cross FCSP Dr Ac has been practising physiotherapy and complementary therapies since 1971, and has remained at the forefront of his profession in clinical and education fields. He is passionate about the integration of professional complementary therapy into mainstream physical therapy and was awarded a Fellowship by the CSP for this work in 2005. He is the author of 6 books on the topics of acupuncture, acupressure, reflextherapy, bodywork and the chakra system of healing. He runs an advisory service for practitioners through his website as well as the 'All Experts' organisation and continues to give seminars and workshops worldwide.

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An eminent member of the legal profession of Southern Illinois, whose connection with a number of important cases of litigation has brought out his legal talents and his knowledge of law and jurisprudence, is John Robert Cross of McLeansboro, ex-mayor of this city and a man who for many years has held positions of honor and trust within the gift of his fellow-townsmen. Mr. Cross belongs to a family that has been connected with the history of Hamilton County for more than seventy years, and was born on a farm not far from McLeansboro, December 15, 1859, a son of Pleasant Marion and Sarah A. (Williams) Cross.