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Charles E Brannon
United States Census, 1920
NameCharles E Brannon
Event TypeCensus
Event Date1920
Event PlaceSeattle, King, Washington, United States
GenderMale
Age49
Marital StatusMarried
RaceWhite
Race (Original)White
Can ReadYes
Can WriteYes
Relationship to Head of HouseholdHead
Relationship to Head of Household (Original)Head
Own or RentOwn
Birth Year (Estimated)1871
BirthplaceOregon
Father's BirthplaceIndiana
Mother's BirthplaceOhio
Sheet LetterB
Sheet Number14
Household
Role
Gender
Age
Birthplace
Charles E BrannonHeadM49Oregon
Adelia M BrannonWifeF37Minnesota
Floid E BrannonSonM15Washington
Loren E BrannonSonM13Washington
Ethel C BrannonDaughterF10Washington

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Charles E Brannan
United States Census, 1930

NameCharles E Brannan
Event TypeCensus
Event Date1930
Event PlaceBroadview, King, Washington, United States
GenderMale
Age59
Marital StatusMarried
RaceWhite
Race (Original)White
Relationship to Head of HouseholdHead
Relationship to Head of Household (Original)Head
Birth Year (Estimated)1871
BirthplaceOregon
Father's BirthplaceIndiana
Mother's BirthplaceOhio
Sheet LetterA
Sheet Number11
Household
Role
Gender
Age
Birthplace
Charles E BrannanHeadM59Oregon
Adelia M BrannanWifeF47Minnesota
Floyd E BrannanSonM25Washington
Ethel C BrannanDaughterF20Washington
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Charles E Brannan
United States Census, 1940
NameCharles E Brannan
Event TypeCensus
Event Date1940
Event PlaceTract A-4, Seattle, Seattle Election Precinct, King, Washington, United States
GenderMale
Age69
Marital StatusMarried
Race (Original)White
RaceWhite
Relationship to Head of Household (Original)Head
Relationship to Head of HouseholdHead
BirthplaceOregon
Birth Year (Estimated)1871
Last Place of ResidenceSame Place
Household
Role
Gender
Age
Birthplace
Charles E BrannanHeadM69Oregon
Adelia BrannanWifeF57Minnesota
Robert E BrannanGrandsonM4Washington 
Family F6181
 
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Franklin Allen
New York State Census, 1892


NameFranklin Allen
Event TypeCensus
Event Date1892
Event Place, Oswego, 04, 02, Oswego, New York
GenderMale
BirthplaceCanada
Birth Year (Estimated)1837

With Augusta H Allen

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Franklyn Allen in the 1900 United States Federal Census

Name:Franklyn Allen
Age:63
Birth Date:Apr 1837
Birthplace:Canada
[Canada English]
Home in 1900:Batavia, Genesee, New York
Race:White
Gender:Male
Immigration Year:1863
Relation to Head of House:Head
Marital Status:Married
Spouse's Name:Augusta H Allen
Marriage Year:1881
Years Married:19
Father's Birthplace:Vermont
Mother's Birthplace:Canada, England
Occupation:View on Image
Neighbors:View others on page
Household Members:
NameAge
Franklyn Allen63
Augusta H Allen53 
Family F6005
 
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HI JULIE i am interested in the manleys of milltown lane rathnew co wicklow. i can up date a lot of info on james and ellen my grandparents. their eldest daughter mollie was my mother. 
Sullivan, Mairead O (I15605)
 
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Subj:Klein Update...
Date:10/1/2008 10:39:56 A.M. Eastern Standard Time
From:tntucker64@yahoo.com
To:JBalzioff@aol.com

Hi Julie,

Ralph Klein was my great grandfather, whom I had the pleasure of knowing until I was almost eighteen. Both he and my great grandmother Cora were extremely soft spoken people. I was fortunate enough to stumble across your website through an advanced Google search while trying to locate information about the Looker family. I’ve basically just started putting together a family tree and have a long way to go. I still have to locate information about my great grandfather’s (Ralph Klein) family. I know he had at least one brother, since I’ve met him before. His brother Henry looked like a biological twin.

I will be obtaining a huge collection of photographs from my late grandmother’s estate. Of those photos, I know of one that was taken in the early 1900’s of the Klein homestead. The family is pictured in front of their house with my great grandfather on a horse, his parents on the front porch, his brother in the front yard with a dog, and two women on the side in a horse drawn carridge. I believe my great grandfather was anywhere from three to five years old when it was taken. I will be picking up the box of photographs from my brother later this afternoon. I would be interested to find out more than what I’ve uncovered so far, but since I’ve basically just started this... I know I’ve got a long way to go. Since I’m trying to incorporate my wife’s heritage as well, it makes the challenge that much more undaunting. Of the names I need to research, here’s what I need for myself.. Klein, Wyckoff, Looker, Tucker, Seibert, Hite, Draves.. and I know I’m missing quite a bit.
If you’re interested, I will send a scan of the Klein homestead to you as soon as I obtain it. Thanks for your help.

Tim Tucker 
Family F0306
 
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Hill, Emma Christina (I06790)
 
7

 
Richardson, Ethel Lorne (I13880)
 
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"United States Census, 1910," Emil W Peterson in household of Carl W Peterson, Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai, Idaho

name: Carl W Peterson
birthplace: Sweden
relationship to head of household: Self
residence: Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai, Idaho
marital status: Married
race : White
gender: Male
immigration year: 1882
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden
family number: 393
page number: 19

Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Carl W Peterson M 44y Sweden
wife Emma C Peterson F 24y Sweden
dau Adena E Peterson F 16y Michigan
son Alben L Peterson M 14y Sweden
son Emil W Peterson M 8y Montana
son Carl E Peterson M 6y Idaho
son Melvin T Peterson M 5y Idaho
son Everett O Peterson M 1y Idaho

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"United States Census, 1920," Carl W Peterson, , Glacier, Montana

name: Carl W Peterson
residence: , Glacier, Montana
estimated birth year: 1867
age: 53
birthplace: Sweden
relationship to head of household: Self
gender: Male
race: White
marital status: Married
father's birthplace:
mother's birthplace:
film number: 1820971
digital folder number: 4313239
image number: 00582
sheet number: 4
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Carl W Peterson M 53y Sweden
wife Emma Peterson F 34y Sweden
son Emil W Peterson M 19y Montana
son Carl E Peterson M 16y Idaho
son Meloin Peterson M 14y Idaho
son Emmett Peterson M 12y Idaho
son Raymond Peterson M 4y5m Idaho
dau Helen V Peterson F 1y8m Montana
Christina Hill F 60y Sweden

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"United States Census, 1930," Carl W Peterson, Hay Lake, Glacier, Montana

name: Carl W Peterson
event: Census
event date: 1930
event place: Hay Lake, Glacier, Montana
gender: Male
age: 63
marital status: Married
race: White
birthplace: Sweden
estimated birth year: 1867
immigration year: 1892
relationship to head of household: Head
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden
enumeration district number: 0014
family number: 4
sheet number and letter: 1A
line number: 12
nara publication: T626, roll 1256
film number: 2340991
digital folder number: 4610688
image number: 01080
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Carl W Peterson M 63 Sweden
wife Emma C Peterson F 43 Sweden
son Carl E Peterson M 26 Idaho
son Melvin T Peterson M 24 Idaho
son Emmett O Peterson M 21 Idaho
son Raymond C Peterson M 14 Montana
daughter Helen E Peterson F 11 Montana
son Donald K Peterson M 3 Montana
boarder Maude Gorton F 28 Iowa
 
Family F2649
 
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-----Original Message-----
From: patricia jackson
To: jbatzloff
Sent: Wed, Apr 13, 2011 12:30 pm
Subject: CORRECTION -DALE WOODMAN WAGAR


Ms Batzloff,
I visited your geneology site today and found errors in the information that has been provided regarding my step-father, Dale Woodman Wagar 1950-2005. I see that you have my mother and my sister and I metioned at the bottom of the page, however; you refer to Dale's former wife Mary Terese Stanley as his family which should read Judith Elaine Wagar, and you fail to reference my sister and myself Jill Coles (Jackson) and Patricia Jackson under children. I understand that where children are concerned in regards to geneology this may only include blood relatives, however; my mother should be referred to as family not my step fathers ex wife.
Please confirm that the changes will be made. (Julie fixed and updated)

Patricia Jackson

 
Family F3813
 
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1-12-1905

Died Wednesday, January 18, 1905 the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coffeen.

1-19-1905

Card of Thanks

Through the columns of the Monitor we desire to express our sincere thanks for the kindness shown us by friends and neighbors during our late bereavement.



Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coffeen 
Coffeen, Clara A. (I13786)
 
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1891 Census of Canada

Name:Agnes Hyatt [Agnes Rankin]
Gender:Female
Marital Status:Married
Age:24
Birth Year:abt 1867
Birthplace:Ontario
Relation to Head-of-house:Wife
Religion:Methodist
French Canadian:No
Spouse's Name:George Hyatt
Father's name:Robert J Rankin
Father's Birth Place:Ontario
Mother's name:Eliza Jane Rankin
Mother's Birth Place:Ireland
Province:Ontario
District Number:79
District:Kent
Subdistrict:Dover
Neighbors:View others on page

Household Members:
NameAge
Robert J Rankin50
Eliza Jane Rankin46
Mary Ann Rankin19
Jane Rebecca Rankin12
Marget E Rankin8
George Hyatt25
Agnes Hyatt24 
Family F6223
 
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1900 United States Federal Census - Kent County

Name: Thomas Coaltes
Age: 66
Birth Date: Dec 1833
Birthplace: Canada
[Canada English]
Home in 1900: Tyrone, Kent, Michigan
Race: White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1869
Relation to Head of House: Father
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Hannah Coaltes
Marriage Year: 1857
Years Married: 43
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Occupation: View on Image
Household Members: Name Age
John N Coaltes 29
Ella May Coaltes 2
Ruth Coaltes 7
Eben E Coaltes 3
Orville T Coaltes 2
Thomas Coaltes 66
Hannah Coaltes 58

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LAST NAMEFIRST NAMEAgeMonthDAYYEARCOL.dateNOTE

Coaltes (Jackson)Hannah58Dec18331900 Federal Census Tyrone, Kent, Michigan
Coaltes Thomas66Apr1842Both born in Canada;
CoaltesJohn N.29Apr1871born in Michigan
CoaltesElla May 24May1876born in Michigan
CoaltesRuth7Apr1893born in Michigan
CoaltesEben E3Sept1896born in Michigan
CoaltesOrville T2Feb1898born in Michigan



Death of Husband
Her husband Thomas passed away in 1895 in Michigan at the age of 63.

Thomas Coalter 1832–1895
abt 1895 • Michigan, USA


 
Family F0062
 
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1911 Canadian Census
29 78 Sly Herbert M Head M Oct 1877 34 1901
30 78 Sly Mabel F Wife M Feb 1886 25 1901
31 78 Smith Herbert M Labourer M Oct 1889 21 1901  
Family F1554
 
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?? Soundex or Census (1900 Indiana) T623-409

Emma L. Batzloff (daughter) to Frederick Schroeder
Parents born in Germany
White, Female
Born July 1874 (Iowa)
Age 25
Divorced
Married 6 yrs
Mother of 3 children (2 living)

Clifford Batzloff (son)
White, Male
Born 1896 (Indiana)
Age 3

Mary P. Batzloff (daughter)
White, Female
Born Nov 1898 (Illinois)
Age 1

________________________
See 1910 & 1920 Fed Census for Batzloff and Pratt children's 
Family F5082
 
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???? Findlay Republican Courier dated April 5, 1967 on page 12 or Bowling Green Sentinel Tribune dated April 3, 1967 
Wittenmyer, Charles Edward (I05968)
 
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Adelia Allen in the 1861 Census of Canada

Name:Adelia Allen
Gender:Female
Age:5
Birth Year:1856
Birthplace:Upper Canada
Marital Status:Single
Home in 1861:Leeds, Canada West
Religion:Free Church
Film Number:C-1045
Page Number:21
Household Members:
NameAge
Franklin Allen24
Theresa J. Allen25
Adelia Allen5 
Allen, Adelia (I05405)
 
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Almon Thornton
in the Michigan, County Marriage Records, 1822-1940

Name:Almon Thornton
Gender:Male
Age:30
Birth Date:abt 1857
Marriage Date:16 May 1887
Marriage Place:Sanilac, Michigan, USA
Spouse:Angy Nettie Billington
Film Number:000978669 
Family F5345
 
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Announce Marriage at Banquet

At the Junior-Senior banquet of the Hillman, Mich. High School, teh members of the faculty of the Hillman High School and Montmorency County Normal presented Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rea with a chest of silver, and the members of the Senior class gave them a set of dishes.

Mr. and Mrs. Rea announced their marriage Feb 6 at Gaylord. At the close of the school year, they will spend a short time at the cottage of the groom's parents at Avalon Lake and will then be in Ypsilanti, where Mr. Rae will attend summer school.

Mrs. Rea was formerly Miss Margaret Allen of South Lyon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Allen. She was graduated from South Lyon High school in 1925 and from State College in 1929, and has been teaching art and Latin in Hillman High School and Montmorency County Normal for the last two years.

Mr. Rea, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Rea of Hillman, was graduated from the Montmorency County Normal and has a life certificate from Ypsillanit. He is working on his degree. He is teaching the seventh and eighth grade at Johannesburg.
 
Family F5823
 
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Armand Ajax Tibbits
1870–1949
BIRTH JAN 1870 • Canada
DEATH 17 NOV 1949 • Portland, Clackamas, Oregon, United States 
Tibbits, Armand Ajax (I14017)
 
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Belle Clarke

A celebration of life will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at the Hilton Eugene for Belle C. Clarke of Eugene, who died Nov. 20 of age-related causes. She was 96.

She was born Feb. 28, 1910, in Eastside to Martin and Alma Saling Leaton. She married Ralph Clarke Ralph Clarke is a former Australian politician. He was an Australian Labor Party member of the South Australian House of Assembly between 1993 and 2002, representing the electorate of Ross Smith. on Oct. 30, 1926, in Springfield. He died Oct. 4, 1985.

She worked as secretary and treasurer of the family business, Clarke's Sheet Metal Inc., until her retirement in 2002.

Survivors include a son, W. James of Eugene, five grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.

Arrangements by Poole-Larsen Funeral Home in Eugene.  
Leaton, Belle Creta (I09793)
 
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Birth: Oct. 12, 1932
Macklin
Saskatchewan, Canada
Death: Jan. 27, 2009
Lloydminster
Saskatchewan, Canada


Delmer Roy Brandvold passed away peacefully Tuesday, January 27, 2009, with his family by his side, at the age of 76. He leaves to mourn his eight children: Duane & June, Wade, Debbie & Dwayne, Wendy & Duff, Sandy & Cam, Wes & Roxanne, Julie & Bob, Brad, 11 grandchildren, and numerous brothers & sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews & cousins.
He was predeceased by his wife, Shirley, in March 2007, his parents, Martin & Mabel Brandvold, his sister, Audrey Willoughby and his brothers, Henry & Floyd Brandvold.

Eulogy of Delmer Roy Brandvold

Dad was born October 12th, 1932 in Macklin, SK to Martin and Mabel Brandvold. He was the youngest of four children. His siblings were Henry, Floyd and Audrey.
He was raised on a farm 6 miles North of Macklin and went to a one room country school. While growing up, he kept active by playing ball, soccer and rugby. His parents' boarded teachers; one in particular he remembered was Miss Peacock who Uncle Floyd nicknamed "pea hen".
At the age of 10, he moved from Macklin to the Earlie District, south of Kitscoty. During this move, somewhere around Provost, the chickens had gotten out and they chased them, even tackling them to get them back in their cages. They had rented farms, one being the Johannson farm. One time, Dad, Floyd and Carl Johannson after participating in a calf roping competition in a rodeo, decided to bring their "skills" home. They tried to rope the turkeys, but apparently that didn't work out too well.
One day in October of '45, Dad rode his pony 'Shorty' to school and didn't return home on time. The weather was bad; the roads were muddy, and slippery. When he finally arrived, he was doubled over on 'Shorty'. The horse had slipped, fallen, and thrown Dad off. Neighbor, Alex Miller, took him to the Lloyd Hospital where emergency surgery had to be performed because he had ruptured his intestine. Dad used to tell us that he was the only man in the world with dual belly buttons, referring to the scar above his belly button.
During the winter of 1950, Dad's family moved to Lloydminster, due to his mother being ill. Jobs were not plentiful at the time but they always managed. Dad's first job was with George Cummine, putting in telephone poles. During seasonal layoffs, he also found work at the Husky Refinery, Rendeck Construction and then Eatons in 1952, where he met the love of his life, Mom.
April of 1953 was their first date which was a Friday night dance in Earlie. Come Monday morning, they both had to endure quite a bit of teasing at work, but their relationship flourished. On Mom's eighteenth birthday, July 19th, 1953, Dad asked Mom to marry him. (We're pretty sure the answer was 'yes') and they were married a little more than a year later on September 15th, 1954. This began a storied fifty-three year marriage, which bore eight "wonderful" children over the next seventeen years.
The first year Mom and Dad went camping together; they borrowed a tent from Aunt Audrey and Uncle John. They packed everything but the kitchen-sink and headed out to BC, stopping in Calgary the first night. It was dark and there was heavy dew while trying to figure out what pole went where on the tent they had never set up before. We kids were so helpful, we brought out the bedding before the tent was ready, and most of it got wet. Oh what joy we must have spread that night...
Dad worked at various mechanical jobs including Hunter's (later Foster's Sport and Marine Center), ICG, Scotty's Rentals and Sales, and then opened Brandvold Gas Appliances. In between these various jobs, he had his own small motors and bicycle repair shops, as well as being a distributor for Mac Tools. His final job was with Bob Jack's Sheet Metal. He truly loved his job and the people he worked with there. Our family would like to express our sincerest thanks for treating our Dad so well during his time with them.
In the past while, we've thought about all the times growing up we saw him fix or build something and how many people may not have a father who had those skills. It was then, we began to realize the impact he has had on the lives of everyone outside of his family, yet this was something we had simply taken for granted.
He truly was a "Jack of all trades" and a master of all of them. Each one of his kids took turns over the years to "hold the flashlight" for him while he fixed something or other. Dad always had a project or a house renovation going. He could be knee deep into something, struggling with it but the project was always fixed or completed. In fact, we all had a little "adjusting" to do when we moved out of the house. Growing up, when we had seen something broken during the day by morning, it was miraculously fixed and ready to be used.
Dad wore a lot of "hats" in his life for whatever was needed ~ be it a plumber, electrician, carpenter or mechanic; he always seemed to have just the right "hat" for the job.
He took pride in whatever he was working on and it always showed. Whether it was fixing someone's lawnmower or building a keepsake trunk for one of his grandchildren, pride showed in the quality of his workmanship.
Dad's last project was renovating his garage. He and Debbie spent many days and evenings together going through the inventory. There was always a story about a found lost treasure. This is a memory that Deb will hold dear to her heart forever. Unfortunately, this was the project he wasn't able to finish, but he was very proud of how far he had got with it.
Jobs changed, times changed and lots of dirty diapers were changed but their simple, modest way of life did not. The day would begin with Dad waking us in the mornings singing "On the Wings of a Snow White Dove..." and if you didn't get out of bed right away, he would begin to Yodel!!! (This is quite something if you've never heard it). He'd have prepared a mountain of toast on the table for us before we all headed off to school, work or what-have-you. Congregating again for lunch, usually with an extra mouth or two with us, anyone was always welcome; older kids picking the younger ones up at day care and heading home to do chores and start supper before Mom and Dad joined us again. The nights filled with stories of the day, visitors for coffee and a ruckus game of cards which would include everyone, youngest to oldest if they were so inclined.
Weekends began with a square dance on Friday night at the Elks Hall where some of our family's life long friends were made, many of whom are in this church today.
Square dancing, round dancing and old time dancing were activities our parents enjoyed their entire lives and became a theme which touched the lives of all of us.
Camping trips to various lakes, golfing, fishing and general relaxing with friends on Saturday usually with the customary dance that night was a common occurrence. A potluck supper and barbecue with everyone was always a highlight of the weekend as well.
On the weekends when we weren't camping, Saturday nights we would all pile into the station wagon or van and go to a movie at the Drive-In, south of town. Playing on the swings in our 'jammies' then watching the double feature, snacking on homemade sandwiches, kool-aid & wagon wheels until all the kids fell asleep and quietly making our way home will be in our memories forever.
As well, many Sundays consisted of drives through the countryside, ending in a ball game at Weaver Park, followed by a wiener roast or maybe 5 cent ice creams at A&W Drive-In or Sellers Dairy Freeze.
Special holidays and weekends also consisted of trips to the cabin at Perch Lake, then later at Sandy Beach, camping, or Dad teaching us how to ride bikes, coaching us in ball, or how to drive.
Winter weekend events would often include: Going skating on a slough, chopping ice to make homemade ice cream and tobogganing on an old car hood.
Dad & Mom were very much a part of the church with Dad ushering for the services, helping with Church maintenance, and Mom being in the Choir. This was a part of our lives growing up, which instilled values and faith in all of us.
Dad was very much a family man and we all feel that we are the people we are from the example Mom and Dad set for us. The goodness in all of us is derived from them.
I remember teasing him about never being able to tell the kids at school that "My Dad's bigger than your Dad" but he made up for that with the size of his heart.
He always put himself last in the care he gave Mom during her final years; raising his children and helping anyone who needed it.
Dad never complained, judged and was not a negative person his entire life. I've thought many times in my life...If I become half the person my Dad is, I will have truly accomplished something. He belongs on a pedestal but of course, he never thought so. It's safe to say, our Dad was our hero.
He kept his sense of humor even through his last days with us. He would have a big smile on his face when he heard us giggling about something, and would throw a comment out there that made us all laugh even harder.
Dad always had funny 'one-liners' like "I wish I was born rich instead of good looking" or "Pull my finger" and for those of you who don't understand that last one...Debbie will explain later.
Dad was very proud of all of us and especially his grandchildren. You were all very special to him. His only wish for us all was to "be happy with ourselves and happy with what we were doing". He was a man of few words with a gentle demeanor. While growing up, never wanting to disappoint him, each of us in our own way would say "Dad, come look at what I've done..." In his unspoken way, he would make us realize what we should really be focusing on which is "Be proud of yourself"
Hard-working, honest, patient and humble are all characteristics which have been used to describe our Dad, but gentle, generous and loving are the ones, we his children, will cherish the most when we think of him. One special member of the family, Dad's best friend, Lucky, will miss him dearly.
There is poetry to Mom & Dad's first date being at a dance, because dancing became the major theme within their relationship for the next fifty-three years. It was a way of life for them and they were awesome at it. We kids loved to watch them Old time dance, square dance and round dance. They would truly float across the floor. We will treasure every memory of our Dad; and be at peace knowing he's gone to dance with Mom once again.
He was a wonderful father, grandfather, uncle and friend to everyone whose path he crossed. He made friends easily and always held them dear to his heart. A Saturday morning tradition that Mom & Dad always looked forward to was breakfast and a visit at Arby's with Jack & Gail Robertson. It continued to be a special time for Dad even after Mom's passing.
Dad…our lives will never be the same without you. We cherish the time we had. You are loved and will be missed.
We would like to express our deepest thanks to everyone for being here today.
Special thanks go to Doctors and Nurses for all the heartfelt & compassionate care you gave Dad during his time at the hospital. And to all who visited, prayed and shared thoughts & well wishes. It truly is a testimony of how loved Dad was. 
Brandvold, Delmer Roy (I06226)
 
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Bob (John Robert) Cronk in the Canada Obituary Collection

Name of Deceased:Bob (John Robert) Cronk
Gender:M (Male)
Age at Death:95
Death Date:13 Dec 2008
Obituary Date:17 Dec 2008
Newspaper Title:The Vancouver Sun
Newspaper Location:Vancouver, Bc, Can
Birth Date:1 Nov 1913
Parents' Names:Bob
Childrens' Names:Susan (Richard Burbidge), Judith (Steve Parent), Stephen (Ellen Cronk)
Number of Great-grandchildren:5

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http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/vancouversun/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=121486544


Bob (John Robert) Cronk

CRONK Bob (John Robert)Born November 1, 1913 in Toronto, ONT., weighing only 2 1/2 lbs, which makes his 95 years of life even more incredible. Bob slipped peacefully away December 13, 2008 leaving behind Dorothy, his loving wife of 65 years, his children Susan (Richard Burbidge), Judith (Steve Parent), Stephen (Ellen Cronk). He loved and was so proud of his grandchildren Scott (Natasha Burbidge), Kim (Adam Houghton), Rebecca (Richard Morley), Max and Zach Cronk. He was blessed with 5 great-grandchildren Colton and Jackson Burbidge, Elliott Houghton, Taylor and Ty Morley. They will carry on his legacy. Bob served bravely in the RCAF in World War II (London, England). He flew many missions in his "Spitfire". He worked at Eatons for 47 years, was a long standing member of Point Grey Golf Club and a founding member and past President of the Arbutus Club. Bob was involved in many community volunteer activities, Richmond General Hospital, the Red Cross and many more. Many thanks to the staff of Minoru Residence and all the guardian angels on 2 West, who showed care and tenderness to Bob. In lieu of flowers donations in Bob's name can be made to the B.C. Children's Hospital. A celebration of Bob's life will be held at St. Alban's Anglican Church, 7260 St. Albans, Richmond, B.C. on December 20, 2008 at 10 am. A quiet and gentle man, Bob will be greatly missed by all who knew him and will live on in our hearts forever. The Saturday morning Point Grey foursome is now reunited.

Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province from Dec. 17 to Dec. 18, 2008

- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/vancouversun/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=121486544#sthash.O2exM9aF.dpuf 
Cronk, John Robert (I12986)
 
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Brown City Insurance Man Dies In Mariette

Brown City, Nov. 4 -- Funeral services for Millard J. Laidlaw, 36, prominent Brown City insurance man, who died Tuesday evening in the Marlette hospital following an operation, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday, in the Mennonite church here. Rev. R. W. Herber, pastor will officiate, assisted by O.P. Eastman, of Detroit, and Rev. Wm. Burgess, of Marlette. Burial will be made in the Evergreen cemetery.

Mr. Laidlaw was born Oct. 6th, 1906, in Maple Valley township, and except for a few years spent in Marlette, has lived in this community ever since. He was graduated from the Marlette high school in 1924. He married Miss Nila Burt, July 3, 1931, at the home of her parents, in Cass City.

He is survived by his widow, a son, Edward, at home; his mother, Mrs. C. E. Laidlaw, of Brown City; one brother, Dr. Harold W. Laidlaw, of Ubly, and one sister, Mrs. Clarence E. Wooley, of Port Huron.

Mr. Laidlaw was for several years manager of the Standard Oil service station here, and in 1928 entered the insurance business. At the time of his death he was considered one of the leading insurance agents in this part of Michigan. He was one of the Thumb's leading sportsmen, excelling in hunting, fishing and photography. He has taken an active, part in civic affairs. He was vice president of the Chamber of Commerce and had been assisting on the sale of War Savings Stamps and Bonds. The remains will be in the R. F. Carman funeral home until the hour of the funeral. 
Laidlaw, Millard John (I14346)
 
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Cecilia Switzer
Canada Census, 1881

NameCecilia Switzer
GenderFemale
Age18y
Birth Year1863
BirthplaceOntario
EthnicityGerman
ReligionFriends of Luke
Head of Household NameChristopher Switzer
Event PlaceHinchinbrooke, Addington, Ontario, Canada
District Number118
Sub-DistrictH
Page Number34
Family Number140
Affiliate Film NumberC-13236
Household
Role
Gender
Age
Birthplace
Christopher SwitzerM55yOntario
Elizabeth SwitzerF53yOntario
Zilpha SwitzerF30yOntario
Lydia J. SwitzerF24yOntario
Mirabeth SwitzerF23yOntario
Agnes SwitzerF22yOntario
Elizabeth SwitzerF20yOntario
Cecilia SwitzerF18yOntario
Helen SwitzerF16yOntario
Sydney W. SwitzerM14yOntario
Katuria SwitzerF11yOntario
Citing this Record
"Canada Census, 1881," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MVXK-QSL : 18 November 2014), Cecilia Switzer in household of Christopher Switzer, Hinchinbrooke, Addington, Ontario, Canada; citing p. 34; Library and Archives Canada film number C-13236, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; FHL microfilm 1,375,872. 
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Charles Clifton in the England, Pallot's Marriage Index, 1780 - 1837

Name:Charles Clifton
Comment:p. King's Ripton
Spouse:Elizabeth Stanton
Marriage Date:7 Aug 1797
Parish:Wistow Hunts 1


Source Information
Ancestry.com. England, Pallot's Marriage Index, 1780 - 1837 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.
Original data: The original paper slip index, from which this database was created, is owned by The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, Canterbury, England.
Description
Pallot's Index to Marriages covers all but two of the 103 parishes in the old City of London, England. Information available includes: spouses names, marriage date and parish of marriage. The dates span the time from 1780 to the onset of General Registration in 1837. The more than 1.5 million marriage entries come mainly from London and Middlesex, but also include entries from 2500 parishes in 38 counties outside of London-many not available in other sources. Also included are several records from counties in Wales. 
Family F0088
 
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Charlie Secord

Services for Charlie Secord, 77, Eastside, who died April 21 in Coos Bay, will be Monday, April 24, at 11:30 am in the chapel of Mills Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald Caves will officiate and concluding services will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Mr. Secord, a retired logger, was born March 6, 1890 in Gladwin, Mich., and had been a resident of this area since 1925. He was a member of the Coos Bay Eagles Lodge. In addition to his widow Lela, Mr. Secord is survived by his daughters, Mrs. Donald (lris) Wilson, Crescent City, Calif.; Mrs. Everett (Audrey) Beebe, Coos Bay; nine grandchildren., four great-grandchildren and two stepgreat-grandchildren. Also surviving are sisters, Mrs. Mary Gifford, Mrs. Dorothy Tolles and Mrs. Effie Breecher, all of Flint, Michigan; Mrs. Emma Belles, Vanderbilt, Mich.; and brothers, Ralph, in Michigan, and Jerome, Tucson, Ariz.

 
Secord, Charles Fredrick (I00626)
 
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Clarence R. Wilcox, 94, of 7426 Deanville Rd., Brown City, died Tuesday, June 12, 1984, in Marlette, after a short illness. He was born October 14, 1889 in Burnside Twp., Lapeer County. On Dec. 19, 1909, he was united in marriage to Miss Jennie Kyes in Brown City. They farmed in Burnside Twp. She died June 25, 1978.

Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. William L. (Lesa) North, Brown City; Mrs. Iva Dempsey, Oxford; Mrs. Daniel (Ariel) Thom, Mrs. L. J. (Wilma) North and Mrs. Ruth Bowers, all of Brown City; five sons, Graham, Marquette; Wilson, Marlette; Reid, Forrest and William all of Brown City; 53 grand-children, 167 great grandchildren; and 37 great, great grandchildren.

One son, Allison, preceded him in death Sept. 8, 1977. Funeral services were held Friday, June 15 in Carman Funeral Home, Brown City, Elsworth Shilling, Traverse City, officiated. Burial was in Burnside Township Cemetery. Grandsons were pallbearers. 
Wilcox, Clarence Robert (I15973)
 
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Comments: Hello. I came across your website while researching my family. Specifically, I found a link to Donald Elwood Burelson, who was married to Viola Laura Larson. I was curious to find out how they are linked to your family. I'm also trying to find more information about the son Donald and Viola had, Donald Elwood Burelson, junior. He would be a cousin of mine. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Mike Burelson

Mike Burelson
mburelson@hotmail.com 
Family F2485
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I01670)
 
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Comments: Hi,
I see your pages include a Thomas Percy Barnden, born 9 Jan 1911.
I think this might be my wife's uncle, who I have as born in Halling, Kent (UK) in 1911. He emigrated to Canada and died in Kingston, Ontario in the 1970s.
I have a letter from his wife, dated June 1939, but she doesn't sign with her name.
Would love to hear from you.
regards, Bob

Bob Martin
bob.martin@virgin.net 
Barnden, Thomas Percy (I10293)
 
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CRONK o@ca.on.york.toronto.toronto_star 2003-10-04 published
GILLIGAN, Michael James -- Died at York County Hospital, Richmond Hill on Thursday, September 18, 2003, at the age of 57. Best friend, greatest love and cherished husband of Gayle. Treasured member of his ''special family'', Loretta and Austin CRONK of Huntsville, Linda and Alan CRONK of Huntsville, Diane, Bryan, Julianna and Rebecca CRONK of Kemptville, Byrna, Lyle and Brianne CRONK of Cut Knife, Saskatchewan, Sani BELLAGARDE of Grande Prairie, Alberta, and Ezra BELLAGARDE of Victoria, British Columbia. Loving godfather of Jessie CRONK of Parham and Marc and Cristina MARTINEZ of Cocoa, Florida. This incredibly warm, caring and compassionate man will be remembered fondly by the many special and supportive Friends who have blessed his life. A private memorial service will be held to celebrate the life of this extraordinary individual. If desired, donations to your favourite charity may be made as your expressions of sympathy.

 
Family F3827
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1080
 
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Darel Little

Funeral services for Darel Alan Little, five-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lee Little, Coos Bay, will be Friday at 2pm from the chapel of Mills Funeral Home. The infant died Wednesday night at his home. Officiating at the services will be Dr. O. W. Payne of the First Presbyterian Church, Coos Bay. Interment will be at Sunset Memorial Park.

The infant ws born Dec. 1, 1961, in Coos Bay. Besides his parents he is survived by grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs T. O. Little, all of Coos Bay. 
Little, Darrell Allen (I02028)
 
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Effie McGriff

Effie May McGriff, 89, Eastside, died July 8 in Coos Bay. She was born Jun3 28, 1884 in Gladwin, Michigan and lived for most of her life in the Bay Area, coming here from Michigan. Mrs. McGriff was a member of the First Baptist Church in Coos Bay, and Doric Chapter 53, Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Rose) Franz, Coos Bay; five sons, Russell and Royal, Coos Bay; Floyd, Willow Creek, Califor.; Melvin, Eastside; and Alvin, Lake Oswego; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Noah, Coos Bay; brothers, Tom Leaton, Coos Bay and Clarence (Chub) Leaton, Eureka, Califor.; 13 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren.

Services will be held Thursday at 11 am in the Coos Bay chapel of Campbell - Watkins Funeral Homes. The Rev. John Hargrave of the Coos Bay First Baptist Church will officiate. Ritualistic services will also be given by Doric Chapter 53, Order of the Eastern Star. Interment will be Sunset Memorial Park. 
Leaton, Effie May (I01457)
 
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Elda Arcinia Zavitz Coke


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Birth: Mar. 30, 1858
Ontario, Canada
Death: Sep. 1, 1892
Ontario, Canada

Father: George Zavitz b: 24 SEP 1833 in Lobo Township, Ontario
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Borley b: 2 JUN 1835 in Caradoc Township, Ontario

Marriage 1 Lawrence Frederick Coke b: 9 JUL 1853 in Hugerford, Ontario Married: 7 NOV 1877 in Brooke Township



 
Zavitz, Elda Arcinia (I09987)
 
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ELGIN MOORE

On Saturday morning at his home an esteem resident passed away in the person of Elgin Moore, aged 71 years. The late Mr. Moore had been ill for only a week suffering from influenze from which he seemingly recovered but a heart ailment caused his death. He farmed until a few years ago when he retired. He was a son of the late David Moore and his wife, Mary Jane Heaslip, of Gananoque Junction, and was a Presbyterian in religion.

He is survived by his widow, the former Bertha Kyes, and five daughters, Mrs. J. Cox, Hamilton; Mrs. Milton Burns, Lansdowne; Mrs. Robert Abrams, Gananoque, R.R. 1; Mrs. A. E. Harper, Gananoque; Mrs. Robert Kennedy, Harrowsmith. The funeral took place from the home of his son-in-law, Milton Burns, on Monday afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. C. E. Kidd officiating, assisted by Rev. Mr. Yardley. Mrs. J. H. Donova sang "God Understands".

The pallbearers were Reginald Hill, George Grice, J. W. Cross, Arthur Gray, George Darling, and G. Matthews. A large number of friends and relatives attended and there were many flowers testifying to the high esteem in which he was held.

Relatives attending from a distance included Mr. and Mrs. H. A. David, Mrs. Cleo. Wattles, Woodville, N.Y., Mrs. Eva O'Brien, Kingston. The remains were place in the vault at Gananoque Cemetery to await interment at a future date. 
Moore, Elgin Israel (I03723)
 
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ELLIE LILJENGREN

Ellie Liljengren, 89, of RR1, Lafayette, died Tuesday, March 17, 1987, at the University Hospital, Minneapolis. Services were 2 pm Saturday at Lafayette United Methodist Church, with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation was Friday at Firle Funeral Home, Lafayette.

She is survived by sons, Eldon of rural Lafayette and Glen of North St. Paul; a daughter-in-law, Jeanie; a granddaughter and two great-grandsons. She was preceded in death by her husband, Alex on July 5, 1936, six brothers and three sisters.

She was born on June 18, 1897 in Cornish Township, Sibley County, to John and Emma (Anderson) Lundberg. She married Alex Liljengren on Feb. 12, 1923, at Clear Lake Methodist Parsonage. After marriage they farmed in Bernadotte Township until his death. She remained on the home farm with her sons. She was a lifelong member of Lafayette Uniited Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women.

Casket bearers were Arnold Sandquist, Virgil Sandquist, Ralph Lueck, Harold Meyer, Dale Lindstrand and Gilbert Isenberg. 
Lundberg, Ellie (I01407)
 
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Extracts from a letter received from Laura Lee Eyes McCrory in 1986:

“I lived at Aunt Eva’s the year before your parents were married and the wear that Jeanne was born. They too stayed with her while Don substituted as station agent in Linton for a fe~ months while the agent had a vacation. Fred had an old Model T without a top and when I was an 8th grader and Florence was home we went ~lacas in the Ford. I could drive and Florence could crank the engine. France and Hans [Hanson] lived at the East Ranch’ and Wallace and Albert (Hanson] were little ones. We drove out there often. Do not recall anyone else ever taking a chance with us but we had a creat time! Crazy! I loved Don and Florence like family not cousins. Aunt Eva was a second mother to me. Sorfa’ grew up a Petr~e as well as a Eyes! All Aunt Eva’s children were special to me --having no liing brother or sister I seemed to take all cousins as mine.”

_____________________________________________________________________
From Findagrave.com


Laura McCrory, 101, Fargo, ND; died Monday, May 5, 2008 at Elim Care Center, Fargo, ND.

Laura Kyes McCrory was born February 1, 1907, at Linton, North Dakota, to Wallice and Maria (Lee) Kyes.

She married Ted McCrory in June 1930. She held a Ph.B. degree from the University of Chicago (1929) and taught Home Economics at Linton and Halliday, North Dakota. She held a M.P.H/ degree (1943) from the University of Michigan. She was employed at Minneapolis and Tacoma, WA. City Health Departments; ND State Department of Health; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg; Fife-Hamil Health Center, Philadelphia; Farm Security Administration, Bismarck; Bureau of Indian Affairs, Aberdeen, SD; and State of Wisconsin, Madison.

She leaves her son, Jack (Jo) McCrory, West Fargo, ND; grandson, Mic (Pam) McCrory, Bemidji, MN; and granddaughter, Wendy Clarin, West Fargo, ND; and five great-grandchildren, T.J/, Vicki, Jayci, Brock McCrory; and Mariah Clarin.

Memorial Service: Thursday, May 8, 2008 at 2:00pm; Elim Care Center, Fargo, ND.

Visitation: One hour prior to the service.
(bio by: Truman Bratteli)  
Kyes, Laura Lee (I04637)
 
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For further research ..... (sister to Grace Alma Hill)

George L Eldridge

mentioned in the record of Alma J Hill and George L Eldridge

Name George L Eldridge
Event Type Marriage
Residence Place Haverhill, Ma
Event Date 27 May 1939
Event Place Maine, United States
Spouse's Name Alma J Hill
Spouse's Residence Place Haverhill, Ma




For further research ... any relatiosn to George or the Hill ancestors??

Frederic L. Eldridge

Idaho Marriage Index

Name Mary Frances Hill
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 11 Feb 1951
Event Place Kootenai, Idaho, United States
Spouse's Name Frederic L. Eldridge
Certificate Number 09228
 
Eldridge, George L. (I06225)
 
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Frank Liljengren (Frans Oscar Liljengren was his Swedish name) was born in Marbäck, Sweden on September 5, 1852 and died on October 13, 1910 here in the U.S. Frank married to Mathilda "Tilda" Anderson in her parish of Askeryd, Sweden in a shotgun wedding in the late 1873. Tilda was born in February 1845 in Sweden. Frans went by the name of Frank Adolfson (which was a patronymic name derived from his father's name Adolf and since he was the son of Adolf, thus together creating the name Adolfson). The family (Frank, Mathilda, Ida, Anna, Clara, Johan and Emil) came to America in June (sailed April 14, 1882 and arrived in June of 1882). Eddy and Alix were born in Minnesota. According to the Federal Census, they had 10 children. (source: 2,5-6,87) [Just to confuse us genealogist you may have to research both names Adolfson and Liljengren].

Frank was hospitalized in International Falls. 
Liljengren, Frans Oscar (I00064)
 
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Frank Wm. Wass
Washington Death Certificates

NameFrank Wm. Wass
Event Date02 Jun 1932
Event PlaceSeattle, King, Washington
GenderMale
Race (Original)White
Age (Formatted)38 years 7 months 22 days
Birth Date10 Oct 1893
BirthplaceMinnesota
Marital StatusSingle
Father's NameAugust Wass
Father's BirthplaceSweden
Mother's NameEmma Lillengren
Mother's BirthplaceSweden
OccupationMechanic Boilerworks
Address1910 Snoqualmie St.
Burial Date04 Jun 1932

Citing this Record
"Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NQM8-H35 : 5 December 2014), Frank Wm. Wass, 02 Jun 1932; citing Seattle, King, Washington, reference rec 1955 reg 2004, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Olympia; FHL microfilm 2,022,970. 
Wass, Frank William (I16814)
 
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From the 1899 Flint City Directory
Collis, Langley B., drayman, residence 606 Court W

From the 1907-08 Flint City & Genesee County Directory
Collis, Rebeca (widow of Langley B.) residence 606 W Court

From the 1910 Flint City Directory
Collis, Rebeca (widow of Langley B.; aged 76) died March 10, 1910

1909 Flint City Directory
Lived at 606 W. Court, Flint, Michigan

___________________________________________________
From the 1907-08 Flint City & Genesee County Directory (relatives ??)
Lord, Henry C. (Cecelia E.) bkkpr (bookkeeper) Durant.-Dort Co. residence 606 W Court

 
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From the Marlette Leader dated Friday, August 24, 1883

Miss Dora Raymend, of Valley Centre, died last week.

Per Jeanette Holbrook, Died of Typhoid Fever (age 15 years, 4 month and 0 days) ?? born August 2 
Raymond, Famma "Doris" Valdora (I09083)
 
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From The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) dated ??

Homer Lillengreen

A memorial service will be July 13 for Homer A. Lillengreen of Eugene, who died July 7 of compliations related to diabetes. He was 82. The grandson of Washington Territory pioneers, Lillengreen was born June 10, 1912, near Davenport, Washington, to Ruben and Mae Thornbrue Lillengreen. He married Ruth Sagerser in Wenatchee, Wash., on February 14, 1947.

During World War II, Lillengreen served in the Army Air Force as a staff sergeant. Locally, he was a heavy equipment salesman. He retired in 1977 from Star Rentals & Sales in Eugene. Lillengreen was a member of the First Baptist Church in Eugene. In addition to his wife, survivors include two sons, Bill of Las Vegas and Dan of Eugene; a daughter, Kim Sass of Albany; a sister, Myra Gruenberg of Wenatchee; 10 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 10 am to 5 pm Monday at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Wednesday's service is at 11:30 am at the First Baptist Church. Private burial will be at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Memorial contributions may be made to Harlow Lodge, in care of the First Baptist Church.


 
Lillengreen, Homer Achel (I15825)
 
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From: rhonda
Reply-to: blackjrbb@sympatico.ca

Proposed Change: Helen Marion Lappen (I09413)
Tree: Julie Batzloff
Link: http://jbatzloff.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I09413&tree=jules

Description: The information you have is incorrect. Robert and Peter are only children of Louis and Helen Cronk

rhonda
blackjrbb@sympatico.ca 
Family F3463
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16142)
 
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Helen Saloma Gossage
1913–1986

BIRTH 21 OCT 1913 • Sydenham, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada
DEATH 15 AUG 1986 • Sydenham, Frontenac Co, Ontario, Canada 
Gossage, Helen Saloma (I03412)
 
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Hilda Rushforth in the West Yorkshire, England, Marriages and Banns, 1813-1935

Name:Hilda Rushforth
Birth Year:abt 1911
Marriage or Bann Date:28 Mar 1932
Parish:Monk Bretton, St Paul
Father's name:Fred Rushforth
Spouse's Name:Horace Clifton
Spouse's Father's Name:Harry Clifton 
Family F6003
 
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http://thecivilwarandnorthwestwisconsin.wordpress.com/the-soldiers/alphabetical-list-of-all-soldiers-from-northwest-wisconsin/

Kyes, Zadock S., from Hammond, 44th Infantry, Company A, enlisted August 27, 1864 
Kyes, Jonas (I02666)
 
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http://www.nnygenealogy.com/pages/cemetery/burialdetail.php?page=1&burialid=81036&name=Kyes

Sydney T Kyes
Maiden Name
Nickname
Date of Birth **
Date of Death ** 11-08-1870
Age31y
Spouse
Date of Marriage **
Veteran
Inscription
Cemetery (name/alt/alt) Shurtleff Cemetery
Location (Section/Lot) unknown
Village
Town / CountyTheresa, Jefferson County
Photo Number 220-029 (available by email)
Burial ID 81036 
Kyes, Sydney (I01012)
 

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