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Military Service - US Army:
World War IEnlisted 8 Jul 1916Discharged 7 Jul 1920PFC Medical Department
Reenlisted 17 Dec 1920Discharged 16 Dec 1923SGT HQ Company, 49th Infantry, 83 Division 
Winnick, Charles Wesley (I76000926812)
 
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MISSOURI
PVT CO H 41st INFANTRY
WWI 
McCoy, Rev. Ross Washington (I202087868296)
 
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Missouri Death Certificate
http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1952/1952_00020861.PDF

Name-John Edward Krebs
Place of death-Joplin, Jasper Co.,Missouri
Date of death-11 Jun 1952
Cause of death-Cancer of Prostate
Age at death-76 years
Date of birth-10 Feb 1876
Place of birth-Northville, Michigan
Occupation-Printer
Name of spouse-Margaret Krebs
Name of father-John H. Krebs
Maiden name of mother-Elizabeth Bennett
Informant-Mrs. Margaret Krebs Joplin, Missouri
Date of burial-13 Jun 1952 
Krebs, John Edward (I202090962229)
 
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Mordecai settled near Danville, Montgomery County MO. Later moved to Praire Fork, Calloway County, MO. The counties adjoin.
He was a state senator, Candidate for Congress, studied geology in the state and was the author of several geological books. He was a physician. He was married 3 times.


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History of Callaway County, Missouri:

Dr. Mordecai M. Maughs, of Flemingsburg, Kentucky, came to Danville, Montgomery County in 1832. He moved to the Prairie Fork of Loutre River, Callaway County, in 1844.

Dr. Maughs' oldest son, Thomas M., was also a physician and practiced in Williamsburg for many years.

Dr. Maughs practiced medicine over an extensive area and also served as state senator and the first state geologist. He was also a candidate for Congress.

Dorothy Ann Stephenson was his second wife. 
Maughs, Mordecai Mortimer (I201000800285)
 
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MSGT US MARINE CORPS 
Warner, Bette Agnes (I200112610468)
 
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MSGT US AIR FORCE KOREA, VIETNAM 
Wells, Charles Russell (I202091997384)
 
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MSGT US ARMY AIR FORCES 
Fuller, Raymond DeWitt (I202091156725)
 
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Name: Samuel C Ferrill
Enlistment Date: 15 Aug 1862
Rank at enlistment: Musician
State Served: Illinois
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record:
Enlisted in Company E, Illinois 81st Infantry Regiment on 26 Aug 1862. Mustered out on 05 Aug 1865 at Chicago, IL.




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14 Oct 1850 census of District 2, Union County, IL, found the Ferrill family living in dwelling #821:

Henry Ferrill 46 SC - Farmer
Mary 41 TN
John 19 TN - Farmer
Robert 17 TN - Farmer
James 16 TN - Farmer
Thomas 14 TN
Henry 12 TN
Samuel 10 TN
Sarah E. 8 TN
George W. E. 6 TN
Telpah 3 TN
Wiley 1 IL 
Ferrill, Samuel Charles (I34554082725)
 
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Ned Clark was born on the Canet Ranch in Casa de Rosas. He went to Ojai elementary schools, Ventura Union High School, Santa Clara University and graduated from Stanford University in 1932 with a degree in petroleum engineering. He started working with Shell Oil Company while he was in school. In 1933 he landed a job a junior engineer for Shell.
In 1947 Shell put Ned in China for a year-long project. He had many interesting experiences, especially in the Gobi Desert. The Tibetans there, who had never seen a man his color or size, called him "Dagor" or "White Giant." His job took him all around the U.S. too and by 1962 he was in New York as executive vice-president in charge of production. Ned retired in 1967 and moved back his Ojai ranch to work cattle. 
Clark, James Edward "Ned" (I202091005483)
 
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JOHN HENRY BREWER: Newspaper Obituary and Death NoticeWichita Eagle, The (KS) - Sunday, September 6, 1987Deceased Name: JOHN HENRY BREWER
JOHN HENRY BREWER, 61, of 3151 Euclid, retired city bus driver, died Friday, Sept. 4, 1987. Service was Saturday, GAR Cemetery, Miami, Okla.
Survivors: sons, Johnny Lloyd of Wichita, Fred of Branch, Ark., Tommy of Parsons; daughters, Sharon Reddy, Twila Martin, both of Wichita; mother, Annie Lowe, sister, Wilma Romine, both of Commerce, Okla.; nine grandchildren.
Paul Thomas Funeral Home, Picher, Okla. 
Brewer, John Henry (I202067187452)
 
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Posted 26 Jan 2011 by Oradell_35

Priest River Times newspaper - March 17, 2010
Clarence Johnson passed away at the age of 86 on March 6, 2010 in the Life Care facility in Sandpoint.
Clarence was born on Sept.20, 1923 in Sperry, Okla., one of 10 children born to Edward Franklin and Blanche (Birge) Johnson.
Clarence spent his youth in Rogers, Ark., working through the Great Depression on the family farm. He attended school until the fifth grade when the demands of the farm required him to quit. In the early 40’s, he worked as an oil driller in California.
Clarence enlisted in the Army Air Force on Jan.19, 1943. He was stationed at various bases in the United States including Galena Field (now Fairchild AFB) where he met his future wife. He served as a military policeman with the 381st Service Group in the China-Burma-India Theater of Operations from Dec.1944 until Dec. 1945. He was awarded the WWII Victory Ribbon, the American Theater Ribbon and the Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon.
He was discharged in January 1946 and was very proud of his military service.
On May 6, 1944, Clarence married Mary Lou Horder in Bossier City, LA. That union produced three sons; Ed on June 3, 1945, Jack on Oct.28, 1946 and Dan on Nov. 24, 1950.
After the war, Clarence worked in the Priest River area on various jobs including as a tree topper and fire lookout attendant for the Timber Protective Association’s Two Mouth camp, as a policeman for the City of Priest River and as a construction hand on pipeline and construction projects. In 1951, Clarence moved his family to Bakersfield, Calif., where he worked in the oil drilling industry.
In 1963, he and his brother Russell formed ‘Johnson Brothers’, a pipeline construction company in Ojai, Calif. He worked in pipeline construction and waterworks until 1981, when he and Mary Lou moved back to Priest River. Clarence worked as a house builder and, for a short time, for the City of Priest River until his retirement in 1986.
During his retirement, he returned to his farming roots and raised a garden that was the envy of the area.
He loved gardening, fishing and hunting and was good at all.
Clarence was preceded in death by his wife Mary Lou in 1996, his eldest son Ed in 2002, sisters Eva, Gladys and Edna and brother Russell. He is survived by his sons Jack and Dan, sisters Juanita, Norma and Bertha and brothers Billy and Ed.
Clarence has many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins that will miss him dearly.
Graveside services were held on March 16 at the Evergreen Cemetery in Priest River, Idaho.
Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home and Crematory in Priest River, Idaho is in charge of arrangements.


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Posted 26 Jan 2011 by Oradell_35

Priest River Times newspaper - March 17, 2010
Clarence Johnson passed away at the age of 86 on March 6, 2010 in the Life Care facility in Sandpoint.
Clarence was born on Sept.20, 1923 in Sperry, Okla., one of 10 children born to Edward Franklin and Blanche (Birge) Johnson.
Clarence spent his youth in Rogers, Ark., working through the Great Depression on the family farm. He attended school until the fifth grade when the demands of the farm required him to quit. In the early 40’s, he worked as an oil driller in California.
Clarence enlisted in the Army Air Force on Jan.19, 1943. He was stationed at various bases in the United States including Galena Field (now Fairchild AFB) where he met his future wife. He served as a military policeman with the 381st Service Group in the China-Burma-India Theater of Operations from Dec.1944 until Dec. 1945. He was awarded the WWII Victory Ribbon, the American Theater Ribbon and the Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon.
He was discharged in January 1946 and was very proud of his military service.
On May 6, 1944, Clarence married Mary Lou Horder in Bossier City, LA. That union produced three sons; Ed on June 3, 1945, Jack on Oct.28, 1946 and Dan on Nov. 24, 1950.
After the war, Clarence worked in the Priest River area on various jobs including as a tree topper and fire lookout attendant for the Timber Protective Association’s Two Mouth camp, as a policeman for the City of Priest River and as a construction hand on pipeline and construction projects. In 1951, Clarence moved his family to Bakersfield, Calif., where he worked in the oil drilling industry.
In 1963, he and his brother Russell formed ‘Johnson Brothers’, a pipeline construction company in Ojai, Calif. He worked in pipeline construction and waterworks until 1981, when he and Mary Lou moved back to Priest River. Clarence worked as a house builder and, for a short time, for the City of Priest River until his retirement in 1986.
During his retirement, he returned to his farming roots and raised a garden that was the envy of the area.
He loved gardening, fishing and hunting and was good at all.
Clarence was preceded in death by his wife Mary Lou in 1996, his eldest son Ed in 2002, sisters Eva, Gladys and Edna and brother Russell. He is survived by his sons Jack and Dan, sisters Juanita, Norma and Bertha and brothers Billy and Ed.
Clarence has many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins that will miss him dearly.
Graveside services were held on March 16 at the Evergreen Cemetery in Priest River, Idaho.
Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home and Crematory in Priest River, Idaho is in charge of arrangements.
 
Johnson, Clarence Edward (I34554084986)
 
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· P. T. Stevens, 90, Of Page Passes Away At Home April 16th
P. T. Stevens, 90, a resident of Holt county since 1886, passed away at his home in Page on Wednesday, April 16th after a illness of two years. Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 18th at 2:00 p.m. at the Gospel Mission Church at Page with Rev. R. L. Gowan, pastor, in charge of the services. Burial will be in the Page Cemetery.
Prince Thomas Stevens was born to Consider and Harriet Stevens in Franklin County, Maine, on December 21, 1856, and departed from this life at his home in Page, Nebr. at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 16, 1947, being 90 years, 3 months and 25 days of age. At an early age he, with his family, came west to Iowa, where he grew to manhood.
He was united in marriage with Mrs. Hannah Sarchett on September 2, 1882 at Walker, Lynn county, Iowa. He together with his faithful wife, reared their nine children, all of whom are living. He leaves to mourn the loss of a faithful, loving husband and father the following: his wife, Hannah M. Stevens; his nine children, Mrs. Blanche Darr, Hollywood, Calif., Mrs. Evelyn Gray, Page; Herbert O., Atkinson; Mrs. Leila Snell, Page; Ralph D., Page; Mrs. Lulu Townsend, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Nellen, Sioux City, Iowa; Guy E., Lincoln, Nebr.; and Lloyd F. of Lancaster, California. He also leaves 31 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.
Mr. Stevens was the last survivor of a family of 11 children. Of his 34 grandchildren born, all but three are still living. During the late war twelve of his grandsons and one son were in the service of our country, and one grandson, Glenn Darr, made the supreme sacrifice.
In 1885 he and his wife and three small children immigrated to Nebraska, coming by train to Coleridge, then driving to Middlebranch, where they filed on a homestead and lived there until 1906, when they moved to Page, where they have since made their home. He was engaged in various business enterprises as well as operating his small farm at the west edge of town, where they lived.
He endured all the hardships of pioneer life cheerfully and uncomplainingly and unselfishly deprived himself to provide for his family and to led aid to others less fortunate than himself.
A good many years ago he was converted and baptized into the Christian Faith by the late Rev. Geidl, Pastor of the Gospel Mission Church, and lived a devoted Christian life until the end.

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Stevens, Prince Thomas (I202087187759)
 
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Alice Antilla: March 3, 1915 - Dec. 22, 2007Posted: Thursday, Dec 27th, 2007

Local Historian and pioneer ranch woman, Alice Antilla passed away peacefully at South Lincoln Nursing Center in Kemmerer on Dec. 22, 2007.


Alice was born on March 3, 1915 in Bennington, Idaho, the daughter of Percuval and Alice (Bacon) Buck.

Alice married Jacob William Antilla on July 5, 1934 in Mountain Home, Idaho.

Alice was a co-author of a book on the “History of Upper Hamsfork Valley;” and she authored a book entitled, “Lincoln County Coal Mining – The First One Hundred Years.”

Alice enjoyed spending time researching on the local coalmines in the area. In addition to her historical interests Alice was active in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Kemmerer, and spent many days volunteering at various functions.

Alice also enjoyed spending time as a volunteer at the Friendship Center (Kemmerer Senior Center). In 1989, Alice was bestowed the honor of being named Parade Marshall during the Turn of Century Days Parade.

In 1991, Alice was recognized as the Outstanding Business Woman of the Year by the Kemmerer Business and Professional Women’s Association. Alice also was a member of the OCTA (Oregon/California Trails Association.), as well as a member of the local Fossil Country Frontier Museum.

Alice is survived by her daughter, Karen Buck, and companion, Stephan Rennels, of LaBarge; a brother, Boyd Buck, of Arcata, Calif.; and a sister, Lucy Robertson, of Glens Ferry, Idaho; and numerous nieces and nephews. She is also survived by five grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one son Arthur, and one grandson.

Graveside services will be conducted on Dec. 27 at 2 p.m. at the Kemmerer Cemetery with Pastor Jonathan Lange officiating. Friends may call at Ball Family Chapel one hour prior to graveside services.

Arrangements are under the direction of Ball Family Chapel of Kemmerer.

http://www.kemmerergazette.com/V2_news_articles.php?heading=0&story_id=293&page=73 
Buck, Alice (I202092200436)
 
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Carbondale Free Press
October 22, 1930
Henry Eastwood Ferrill was born Dec. 3, 1837, in Stuart County, Tennessee. Died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy Lamar, Oct. 16, 1930, at the age of 92 years, 10 months and 18 days.
He came to Union county, Illinois with his parents when but a small boy. Was married to Pamelia Frances Sheppard on Oct. 28th, 1858. Mrs. Ferrill passed away June 29th, 1926.
To this union were born 18 children, 12 of whom have preceded him in death and six are living, T. H. Ferrill of Lewisville, Arkansas, C. E. Ferrill, of Mounds, Illinois, William Ferrill and James S. Ferrill of Carbondale, Illinois, Mrs. Henry Chamness of East St. Louis, Illinois and Mrs. Roy Lamar, Cobden, Illinois. There were 32 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren in the family.
He had nine brothers and two sisters, all of whom have passed on. He lived most of his life in Union and Jackson county, Illinois. He was a member of the Christian church, and was a member of the Masonic order for more than 55 years.
He cast his first vote for Abraham Lincoln, and was a staunch republican all of his life.
The Ferrill family was one of the pioneer families of southern Illinois.


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14 Oct 1850 census of District 2, Union County, IL, found the Ferrill family living in dwelling #821:

Henry Ferrill 46 SC - Farmer
Mary 41 TN
John 19 TN - Farmer
Robert 17 TN - Farmer
James 16 TN - Farmer
Thomas 14 TN
Henry 12 TN
Samuel 10 TN
Sarah E. 8 TN
George W. E. 6 TN
Telpah 3 TN
Wiley 1 IL 
Ferrill, Henry Eastwood (I34554082724)
 
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Manuel Vierra Called by Death
Manuel Vierra, 81, a resident of Monterey for the past 50 years and a native of the Azores islands, died last night at his home, 1271 9th street.
Surviving are three sons, Joseph Vierra of Los Angeles, Manuel Vierra, Jr., of Monterey and Edward Vierra, also of Monterey.
Services will be announced by Dorney's.
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Monterey Peninsula Herald, Friday September 22, 1944, page 2
Funeral to Be Held For Manuel Vierra Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. at the San Carlos church for Manuel Vierra, a resident of Monterey for the past 50 years and a native of the Azores Islands. Those who wish to attend were asked to meet at Dorney's Chapel at 9 a.m. Burial will be held at the Monterey Catholic cemetery. Vierra died at his home Sept. 19. He was survived by three sons, Joseph Vierra of Los Angeles, Manuel Vierra, Jr., of Monterey and Edward Vierra, also of Monterey. 
Vierra, Manuel (I201002483072)
 
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Medford (Oregon) Mail Tribune, Wednesday, 2 Feb 1944, p. 8
LAURA M. PHIPPS FUNERAL SERVICE 2 P.M. THURSDAY
Services for Laura May Phipps, who spent her entire life in Medford, will be held in the Conger-Morris chapel Thursday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Louis C. Kirby officiating. Interment will be in I.O.O.F. cemetery.
She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Iradell Judson Phipps. Mr.Phipps was the founder of the city of Medford. She was devoted to her parents and the church. When about 12 years of age she became a member of the Methodist church and was very active until ill health forced her retirement. She taught the "East Side Bible Class" for several years and was especially interested in the missions of the church.
After graduating from the Medford schools, she entered Ashland Normal, completing a two-year course in one year. She taught both in and around Medford, serving for a time as principal of the Lincoln school. She gave up her teaching to care for her parents in their last years. A great deal of her spare time was devoted to art, both oil and pastel, and her home was filled with many beautiful paintings.
Two brothers, Joseph and William Judson, preceded her in death, and two brothers survive, D. E. Phipps and Dr. I. D. Phipps, Medford. There are also a number of nieces and nephews in Medford and Canada. 
Phipps, Laura May (I200132656120)
 
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"Escondido, Dec. 16, 1948
Mrs. Susan Jane Small, 85 died this morning in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Hammond...She moved from Baldwin Park two years ago.
Mrs. Small was born in Tennessee and resided in California 22 years. She was a member of the Jehovah's Witness Church.
Surviving are three other daughters, Mrs. Grace Crapo of Buena Park, Mrs. Ollie Skees of Norwood, Colorado and Mrs. Myrtle Wood of San Diego; two brothers, John Lay of Oklahoma and Edward Lay of Missouri; a sister, Mrs. Margaret Haley of Missouri; 20 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and one gg- grandchild...emtombment at Rose Hills Mausoleum, Whittier..."
___________San Diego Union, December 17, 1948; pg. 22 
Lay, Susan Jane (I200147005354)
 
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Agnes (Doucette) Jungwirth was born on April 13, 1912, in Canada . Her family moved to Visalia when she was a child. She passed away on October 9, 2009 in Visalia , CA at the age of 97 years. Her husband, Peter, preceded her in death as well as two of three younger brothers; Ron and Sylvain Doucette with brother James Doucette surviving. She and her husband, Peter, had three sons.
She worked for many years at George McCann Memorial School and St. Mary's Catholic Church as a cook. She was active in the Altar & Rosary Society and Our Lady's Rosary Makers. She attended St. Mary's Catholic Church for many years, and enjoyed crocheting, knitting and traveling to the mountains.
Survivors include her three sons: Pete Jungwirth and wife Delores, Daniel Jungwirth and wife Marjie, and William Jungwirth and wife Frances, all of Visalia . Grandchildren: Mike & Vanessa Jungwirth, Susan & Eddie Bueno, Dennis & Melinda Jungwirth, Jim & Dawn Jungwirth, Cindy Jungwirth, Steven & Tina Jungwirth, Jeanne & Jason Wilkinson, Patrick & Sarah Jungwirth, Thomas & Erica Jungwirth, Mary Jungwirth, John & Teresa Jungwirth and David & Donna Hatfield as well as 14 (soon to be 15) great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
The Rosary will be prayed at Miller Memorial Chapel on Tuesday evening, October 13th at 7:00 p.m. and Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, October 14th, 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Visalia. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Our Lady's Rosary Makers, c/o 4206 Mary Ave, Visalia , CA 93277.

Published in Visalia Times-Delta on Oct. 13, 2009 
Doucette, Agnes (I34554120077)
 
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Angela is survived by her husband; three sons; one daughter; brother Warren Mufich of Napa; and sisters Florence Cunny of Napa, June Cronkrite of Beaverton, Ore., Doris Lloyd of Berkeley and Lillian Harrison of Ceres. 
Mufich, Angela Beryl (I200124971326)
 
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Autopsy Ordered In Vierra Death
An autopsy was scheduled this afternoon at the Dorney Funeral home in the death of Frank Vierra, 41, whose body was found this morning in his cabin on Lake street in Seaside. Vierra. was found by his son, Frank Junior, about 9 o'clock. Sal Rancadore, deputy coroner, and Constable Frank Oyer investigated and were of the opinion that Vierra had died sometime during the night. No signs of violence were visible.
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Monterey Peninsula Herald Thursday January 23, 1941, page 3
Services Next Week For Frank Vierra
Private funeral services for Frank Vierra, 40 year old native of Monterey, who was found dead yesterday in his Seaside home, will be held next week at the Dorney Funeral home it was announced today. An autopsy revealed death was due to heart troubles Mr. Vierra leaves his father, Manuel Vierra Sr., and three sons, Frank Jr., Melvin and Robert, all of Monterey. He also leaves three brothers, Manuel Jr., and Edward of Monterey and Joseph of Burbank. 
Vierra, Frank (I201002483077)
 
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Barron (Barney) Sarratt, 80, of Blackwell, formerly of Odessa, passed away Tuesday, March 17, 2009, at his daughter's home in San Angelo.
Mr. Sarratt was born in Pampa, Texas, on Dec. 23, 1928, to Earl Anthony Sarratt and Wincie Mae Hickey Sarratt. He married Wanda Ruth Snook Nov. 12, 1954 in Aztec, N.M. They were happily married for 54 years.
He leaves behind his much-loved family; his daughter, Rebecca Sanders Whipple and husband Robert Whipple of San Angelo, and daughter, Bernadette Sarratt of Sweetwater; his five grandchildren, William Sanders and his fiancé Lynn Compal of Dallas, John Sanders of Fort Worth, Tara Sarratt of Blackwell, Monica Whipple of San Angelo and Brittany Sarratt of Rising Star; and two great-grandchildren, Soleil Davin Sanders of Fort Worth and Emma Grace Whipple of San Angelo; and Ratheany Senghue, mother of Soleil Davins Sanders of Fort Worth; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who will all miss him dearly.
Barron Sarratt was a man of many talents and accomplishments. He was very proud of serving in the Army during the Korean War and later in life serving in the Honor Guard and becoming a lifetime member of the VFW of Odessa, Texas. He was an Historian and collector of Military memorabilia. He was a fourth-degree Knight of the Knights of Columbus in Odessa, Texas. He was a carpenter, welder and played the bass fiddle. He owned and ran a roustabout company in Odessa before retiring to Blackwell. He was a wonderful husband and father and will be deeply missed by his family and friends.
Visitation will be Thursday, March 19, Friday, March 20, and Saturday morning, March 21, at Shaffer Funeral Home in Bronte. The funeral mass will be Saturday, March 21, at 2:30 p.m. at Immaculate Heart Of Mary in Sweetwater followed by a graveside service in the Blackwell Cemetery where the Abilene Pipers will perform Mr. Sarratt's beloved Irish music on bagpipes.
The services are under the direction of Shaffer Funeral Home. 
Sarratt, Barron Melrose "Barney" (I202047876391)
 
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Beulah L. Blocker, age 92, passed away on Thursday, March20, 2008.
She lived in the Hominy area prior to moving to Ponca Citywhen her husband started his career in the refinery with Continental OilCompany.

The Funeral Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, March24, 2008 at the Trout Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Micah Wells, minister ofFirst Assembly of God, officiating. Burial will follow at the ResthavenMemorial Park. Arrangements are made under the direction of Trout Funeral Home& Crematory.

Beulah and the late Lebbie Blocker celebrated 57 years ofmarriage prior to his death. They enjoyed planning trips and many years oftravel together. Beulah was an accomplished seamstress, cook and gardener whodelighted in openly sharing the rewards of her work with others.

She received great pleasure in country living and sharingher knowledge of gardening, farming, animals and nature with others. She wasespecially fond of her family and loved all children. She was a member of theFirst Assembly of God.

She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Billie andLyndal Sloan, granddaughter and husband, Debbie and Mike Peters,great-granddaughter and husband, Jennifer and Sean Lu, brother Harvey Young,sister Nova Jean Wooten and sister and brother-in-law, Helen and Bill Ikenberryand numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Lebbie Blocker,daughter Sherry Fitzwater, granddaughter, Sheri Sloan, her parents, twobrothers and two sisters.


Trout Funeral Home 
Young, Beulah L (I202078059276)
 
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Beulah-Scherer

Beulah Fern "Mimi" Hance, 84, of East Peoria died at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011, at Rose-wood Care Center in East Peoria. Born on June 5, 1926, in Olney to David I. and Effie M. Thomas Scherer, she married Paul Hance on Dec. 20, 1947, in Olney. He preceded her in death on May 12, 1985. She was also preceded in death by a half brother, Kenneth Romack. Surviving are three daughters, Brenda (Charles) Penney of Benicia, Calif., Cynthia (Andy) Anderson and Gail (Michael) Ball, both of Cape Coral, Fla.; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services held at Deiters Funeral Home and Crematory in Washington. The Rev. Jim Gorby officiated. Burial at Hillcrest Memory Gardens in Morton. East Peoria Times-Courier (IL) ~ Wednesday, February 2, 2011 
Scherer, Beulah Fern (I200081971387)
 
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Death Notice - Tulsa World
Catoosa-Correne Martin, 71, cook, died Friday.Graveside services 11 a.m. Monday, Timber Ridge Cemetery. Butler-Stumpff, Tulsa. (12-27-99, A2)

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23 April 1930 census of Catoosa, Rogers County, OK, found the Scott family living in dwelling #137. Claud and Hazel said that they were first married at ages 21 and 15 respectively:

Claud Scott 34 MO MO MO - Farmer
Hazel 29 MO MO MO
Ruthie 11 OK MO MO
Rubie 11 OK MO MO
Ruie 10 OK MO MO
Claudeen 3 11/12 OK MO MO
Coreen 1 OK MO MO 
Scott, Correne (I34554126367)
 
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Deceased Name: Joan Jane Klopp
Times-Standard (Eureka, CA) -
January 9, 2005
Joan Jane Klopp, loving bride, mother, grandmother, sister, mother-in-law, family member and friend, passed away peacefully at her home on December 28, 2004, at the age of 72.
Joan was born October 31, 1932, in Eureka, California, to Mable and William McMillan. She grew up in Samoa until the age of 12, when she moved to Eureka, graduated from Eureka High School, attended Eureka Business College and then graduated from Bethany Bible College in Seattle, Washington. Joan then returned to Eureka and worked for Western Timber Services, where she met her life-long mate, Franklin "Frank" Klopp. They were married in 1958 in Eureka.
Joan was an Army bride for a period of time and settled in Arcata in 1960. Joan had a son, Jeffrey, and two years later, gave birth toidentical twin girls, Karen and Sharon. She continued to do a lot of volunteer work with Hospice transportation and school functions, andwas also a long-time member of the First Methodist Church in Arcata.
Joan was always doing for others. Happy times were when she was camping with her family in Fort Bragg and Shelter Cove. She always loved to travel and would be ready to go at any time. A special trip that Joan and her sister, Jesse, took back in 1953 by train to Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and New York, when they met the McMillan Irish clan and then flew home after a month. This started her love for traveling.
One of Joan's greatest assets, that we will miss,was her memory for dates and details, year's events, birthdays, anniversaries or special happenings. We all depended on her for this.Joan had such an impact on so many people's lives. She was a beautiful woman with sparkling blue eyes and a radiant smile and wouldlight up any room that she walked into. Joan loved to walk, and would do so up until her diagnosis of a brain tumor in March of 2004.
Joanis survived by her loving and adoring husband of 46 years, Frank Klopp of Arcata; son and daughter-in-law, Jeffrey and Sharla Klopp of Auburn; daughters and sons-in-law; Karen and Tim Stenbach and Sharon and Frank Thompson of Arcata; four grandsons, Jackson,Jordan, Sam and Max; sister and brother-in-law, Jessie and George Laurendau; niece, Louise Mathews; nephews, Mike and Danny Laurendau; brother-in-law, Roy "Butch" Klopp; sister-in-law and husband, Lorraine and Clayton Correa of McCloud; nieces, Wanda Welborn and Millie Barron; cousins, Nancy Roberts, Mary Hillis, Mary Wright, Alex McMillan, Janice Mack, Christine Winder, Joyce Horton, Cecil Johnson, Jr., and many other relatives in California, New York and Ireland.
Family and friends are invited to a memorial service to celebrate Joan's life at 11:00 a.m. on January 15, 2004, at the United Methodist Church, 1761 11th Street, in Arcata. Donations in memory of Joan can be made to Hospice of Humboldt or to a charity of your choice. Please sign the guestbook at www.timesstandard.com,click on obituaries. 
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Died.

MITCHELL—Mrs. Olive (Bulkley) Mitchell, wife of Mr. John Mitchell, died at her home in Kirksville, Friday morning, Dec. 20, 1895.

She contracted a severe cold at the time of Prof. Laughlin's funeral which resulted in pleuro-pneumonia and which culminated in death after a month of great suffering.

Deceased was born in Macon county, Missouri, May 29, 1849. She was married to Mr. Mitchell, March, 1st, 1870. She was the mother of two children. One child died in infancy. Her husband and one son mour[n] her departure. Mrs. Mitchell became a Christian ten years ago and as long as I knew her she was faithful to her vows[.] She was a good woman. She loved her home and she was a good neighbor. She was benevolent in her impulses.

Simpson Ely.

Weekly Graphic
Kirksville, Missouri
December 27, 1895 
Bulkley, Olive (I200091708138)
 
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DIES SUDDENLYJ.R. Jackson Dies From Heart Failure While Coming to Town Friday Last Friday evening about five o’clock, J.R. Jackson was seen to fall while crossing thetracks in the railroad yards, and when those who saw him fall reached him he was dead. Thecompany physician was telephoned for but on his arrival he gave us his opinion that death hadbeen almost instantaneous. Mr. Jackson had brought his wife and his daughters, to Mrs. John W. Shirley’s home in abuggy earlier and drove the horse back to his home, about two miles south of town, and walkedback to attend a birthdaycelebration of their son-in-law, Mr. Shirley. He was crossing the railroad company’s yardswhen he was suddenly stricken. His body was taken to Pade’s undertaking rooms, prepared forburial and then taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. H.L. Lashbaugh. James Regon Jackson was born at London, Kentucky, January 28, 1836, died in McCookJanuary 5, 1912. He was the second oldest of a family of eleven children and is survived by threebrothers: W.J. of Maywood, Nebr., E.S. of Portland, Oregon, D.R. of Ft. Cobb, Oklahoma andtwo sisters; Mrs. D. Lawson, Ft. Cobb, and Mrs. Oregon Phoris of Denver. He went to Missouriwith his parents in 1850 and was married to Miss Ruth E. Root in 1859, at Renton, to whichunion ten children were born, seven of whom with the mother survive him; two daughters, Mrs.J.W. Shirley and Mrs. H.L. Lashbaugh of this city, and five sons: J.H. of Maywood; C.W. andA.D. of Wellfleet; L.V. of Moore, Mont.; O.L. of Walnut, California, all of whom were presentat the funeral except O.L. Jackson, of California, who arrived a few hours after the funeral. He moved to Frontier county Neb. in 1886 and seven years ago moved to near this city. Hewas a consistent member of the Baptist church since a young man and the funeral services wereheld in that church Wednesday afternoon, Rev. D.L. McBride officiating. The heartfelt sympathy of the community is extended to the afflicted family in their sorrow.[The McCook Republican, McCook, Nebraska, Friday 12 January 1912, page one. Source:Nebraska State Historical Society Archives, microfilm #8127, 071/M13r.] 
Jackson, James Regan (I200163981617)
 
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Donnie Turnbo, 68, passed away on November 14 at home with his family. Funeral services were held at Lone Star Cowboy Church on November 16th officiated by Pastor Charky Marquis.
Pappy, as he was known and loved by so many, was born September 3, 1949 in Belton, TX. Survived by his wife of 39 years, Carol Kilman Turnbo, his children Stephanie Turnbo and Michael Cox of Los Angeles, CA and Melissa Turnbo Fuller and Kevin Fuller of Corsicana; his grandchildren Sean Fuller, Emma Fuller and Sebastian Cox; his sister Janice Simonds. He was preceded in death by his father William Allen Turnbo, mother Mavis Leota Turnbo, brother Frederick, and sisters Joyce Smith and Judy Bridges. May they welcome him in and spoil him rotten, as they did in life.
Pappy served his country in S. Korea during the Vietnam war. After working for many years in the trucking industry as a driver, mechanic and supervisor he retired in 2009. He was passionate about classic cars and trucks above almost all else - whether it was acquiring or working on them, or just stopping and taking a moment to look under the hood. He would talk your ear off (or tell a dirty joke) if you let him, but you'd have a friend for life after that.
The family would like to thank Chastity Blue with Kindred Hospice for her care and compassion, and Fay Feggett with Angels at Home for her endless devotion and loving care for the past 4 years. 
Turnbo, Donnie Mack "Pappy" (I34554117729)
 
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Double Funeral For Father, Son
A. J. Munns Drops Dead Five Hours Before Son's Service
A. J. Munns, 71, a resident of Hutchinson for more than 30 years, dropped dead at 9 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of his wife's sister, Mrs. O. J. Johnson, at Greensburg, where he and Mrs. Munns had gone for the funeral of a son, Fred Munns, who died Friday morning in a Dodge City hospital.
The elder Mr. Munns died just five hours before the time set for his son's funeral.
A double funeral, for the father and son, will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Greensburg. Internment will be in the Greensburg cemetery.
For several years, A. J. Munns had been a ticket taker for Hutchinson Larks baseball games. He operated a meat market in Greensburg before coming here, about 30 years ago and operated a grocery here for several years.
Fred Munns, a painter, was a former resident of Hutchinson. He had lived for several months at the home of a sister, Mrs. Carl Vice, Greensburg. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. E. A. Patrick, and two sons, William and Charles Munns, his mother, Mrs. A. J. Munns, two brothers Chester and John Munns, all of Hutchinson and the sister, Mrs. Vice.
Mr. A. J. Munns is survived by his widow, Mrs. A. J. Munns, two sons, Chester and John Munns, Hutchinson; his daughter, Mrs. Vice, of Greensburg, and several brothers living in Oklahoma. 
Muns, Andrew J (I202048373424)
 
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Elizabeth "Betty" Jungwirth, 59, of Redfield, SDdied Tuesday, January 2, 2007 at Mother Joseph Manor in Aberdeen, SD. Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday,January 6, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Zell. Father Christopher Hughes and Father WilliamOsborn will celebrate the mass.
Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday from 1-8:00 p.m.with a rosary at 7:00 p.m. at Thelen Funeral Home in Redfield.

Betty was born October 19, 1947 in Redfield to Corneliusand Amanda (Lesnar) Jungwirth. Sheattended St. Mary's School in Zell and St. Mary's School in Aberdeen beforegraduating from Redfield High School in 1965. Betty worked on the family farm and enjoyed all the aspects of farmlife. She loved social gatherings andspending time with her family.
Betty was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and AltarSociety in Zell and St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Redfield and RedfieldKoinonia. Betty's faith was an importantpart of her life.
Betty is survived by three sisters: Virginia "Ginny" (Gary) Dietterleof Mobridge, SD; Dorothy "Dot" (Bob) Fahrni of Aberdeen, SD; and RoseAnn (Jerry jensen of Watertown, SD; and three brothers: John (Joyce) Jungwirth of Zell, SD; Patrick"PJ" (Julie) Jungwirth of Redfield, SD; and Philip (Laurie) Jungwirthof Farmington, MN. She is also survivedby seventeen nieces and nephews, two grand nieces and one grand nephew.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her nieceLorissa Dietterle. 
Jungwirth, Elizabeth "Betty" (I202082618427)
 
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Eugene Franklyn Castles, 78, died Sunday at his home in "Santee" at Corbin, Virginia, of a heart attack
He is survived by a son, John G Castles of Corbin, and a daughter, Cathleen Castles Snead of Virginia Beach, and 6 grandchildren.
He was a native of New York City, and a retired fabric designer for the New York textile firm of Collins and Aikman.
The funeral will be Wednesday with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Peyton Rowe, William Howard, E Randolph Cooper, Warren Forbush, Robert Moore, and Maurice Rowe.
The Free Lance Star; May 20, 1961 
Castles, Eugene Franklyn (I200188229070)
 
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - September 16, 2005
HASLET - Glenn "Harold" Stinnett, 80, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005, in Haslet.
Funeral: was 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. Burial: Evergreen East Cemetery in El Paso.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to Community Hospice of Texas, 6100 Western Place, Suite 500, Fort Worth, Texas 76107, (817) 870-2795.
Glenn was born to Robert Stinnett and Zoda Perry Stinnett on April 2, 1925, in Amarillo. Harold grew up in Roswell, N.M., and joined the U.S. Navy in 1942, spending three years as a machinist's mate first class in Pearl Harbor.
After the war ended, Harold attended the University of New Mexico and graduated with a BBS. Harold met the love of his life, Marky Snyman, while in college and they were married in 1947. In 1950, Harold and Marky moved to El Paso, where he worked 35 years as a credit manager in the garment industry. The remainder of his career he was vice-president for Montwood Bank Corp.
His passion in life was golf, playing on courses from St. Andrews to Pebble Beach. 
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From her Find-a-grave memorial:
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Anna Dunlap, age 82, was held this afternoon from the G. A. Stephan funeral chapel, the Rev. Alvin Hall officiating.
Burial was In Riverview cemetery. The deceased had lived in White county all her life. One son, William Patton of East Monticello, survives.
LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIBUNE
Thursday Evening, February 24,1938


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Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899-2011
Name: Sarah Annie Dunlap [Sarah Annie Stewart]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 82 years 2 months 12 days
Birth Date: 10 Dec 1855 Birth Place: White Co
Death Date: 22 Feb 1938 Death Place: Monticello, White, Indiana, USA
Marital Status: Widow
Father: Joseph Stewart, b. in IN
Mother: Mary Margan, b. in IN
Informant was a William U. Patton of Monticello.
Died from a primary carcinoma of the right breast with metastases.
Burial on 24 Feb 1938 at Riverview Cemetery. 
Stewart, Sarah Ann (I202096942137)
 
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Funeral services for Everett Owen Toles, 87, of Catoosa were Tuesday, March 25, 2008 at First Baptist Church of Catoosa with Pastors Junior Hogue and David Tucker officiating. Interment followed at Wofford Cemetery.
Everett died on March 20, 2008 on his 87th birthday in Claremore.
He was born March 20, 1921 in Agra to Orlander Flecher and Mary Katherine (Williams) Toles. He attended schools in Cahone, Colorado and served in the US Navy during World War II.
He married Lola Susan "Sue" Berry in December 1941. He and Sue owned and operated Toles Thrifty Wise Grocery in Catoosa for 25 years until they sold it.
He then became the inspector for the City of Catoosa until his retirement at age 82.

Everett had a great love for his family and enjoyed watching his grandkids. He and Sue traveled many miles to watch their granddaughter, Keri, play ball. They enjoyed going to Branson and Silver Dollar City.
His greatest hobby was elk hunting, as he went to Colorado to hunt each year. He would plan his next trip the minute he returned from his latest trip.
In addition his loving wife of the home, Everett is survived by his children: Marvin Toles and his wife, Norma, of Grass Valley, California, Sharon Brownewell of German Town, Maryland, Karen Shoulders and her husband, Bob, of Catoosa; grandchildren: NeCole Scott and her husband, Jeff, of Antelope, California, Beverly Muzzy and her husband, James, of Verdigris, Liesel Rigsby and her husband, Craig, of Santa Barbara, California, Kenneth Toles and his wife, Michelle, of Grass Valley, California, Keri Owens and her husband, Shaun, of Tulsa; Great-grandchildren: Michael Hannigan, Heather Hannigan, Alyssa Hannigan, Corynne Jay, Christina Aitkins, McKenna Toles, Abigal Muzzu, Reagan Toles and Melia Joy Rigsby.
He was preceded in death by his parents; great-grandchildren: Shaun Hannigan and Lucas Rigsby; sisters: Dorothy Gilliland and Leona Price; and son-in-law Wayne Brownewell.
Published in Catoosa-Times- 3/25/2008 
Toles, Everett Owen (I202093833212)
 
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Funeral services for Margaret Strickland, 82, of Muskogee will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, September 12, 2009 at Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home Chapel with Darrell Marrow officiating. Pallbearers are nephews. Burial will be in Greenhill Cemetery.
Margaret Strickland was born March 15, 1927 in Muskogee, OK, the daughter of Joseph William Strickland and Iva M. (Fleak) Strickland and died September 9, 2009 in Muskogee. She attended Muskogee Schools. She was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Margaret was a Secretary.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Iva Strickland, five brothers, Leonard Strickland, Glenn Strickland, Jack Strickland, Bill Strickland, Kenneth Strickland and one sister, Dorothy Russell. She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Joe and Coreta Strickland of Muskogee, OK, numerous nieces and nephews.
Published in the Muskogee Phoenix from 9/11/2009 - 9/12/2009 
Strickland, Margaret Marie (I202076242620)
 
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Glendive, Dawson County, Montana, USA

Irene Mary Steckler, 93, died April 1, 2006 at her home in Glendive.
A Vigil Service will be held on Wednesday, April 5, 2006 at 7:00 P.M. in the Chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Glendive. Mass of Christian Burial will be on Thursday, April 6, 2006 at 10:30 A.M. in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Glendive with Fr. Joseph Ponessa officiating. Rite of Committal will be in the Dawson Memorial Cemetery in Glendive.
Irene was born on December 15, 1912 on the family farm near Zell, South Dakota, the daughter of Joseph & Elizabeth (Puetman) Jungwirth. She and her four brothers were raised by her father, with the help of an Aunt, after the death of her mother when Irene was six years old. Irene attended school at St. Mary's School in Zell, South Dakota and graduated from Rockham High School in Rockham, South Dakota.

Irene married Martin Haider in 1934 in Zell, South Dakota. Martin was a widower with three sons. The family left South Dakota and moved several times before settling in Billings, Montana in 1942. Their home was where the family always gathered for the holidays, enjoying lots of good food and the presence of all of the grandchildren. While living in Billings, Irene was a member of the Little Flower Parish, the Altar Society and the Sacred Heart Guild. Martin preceded Irene in death in 1964.
Irene married Jacob Steckler in Billings in 1970. Jake worked for Burlington Northern Railroad, and in the fall of 1970 he was transferred to Glendive where Irene resided until the time of her death. Irene was very involved in volunteer work, the Hospital Auxiliary, Retired Senior Volunteer Program and also helped at the Lions Youth Camp. She was one of the originating members of a group that started "The Attic" to benefit the Glendive Medical Center. She received several awards for her volunteer efforts. She loved to play Pinochle and Scrabble with her friend Mary Carter. She also made lots of quilts and afghans and tried to give all of her grandchildren one. She enjoyed cooking for her family, canning, fishing and she also loved dancing.

Irene was preceded in death by her husband Jacob on January 1, 2005; two step-sons, James and Gerald Haider; two grandsons, Timothy and James Brubaker and four brothers, Norbert, Clement, William and Cornelius.
Survivors include one daughter, Shirley Brubaker of Billings, Montana and one step-son, Donald Haider of Billings; 18 grandchildren, Mike Brubaker of Kalispell, Ron Brubaker of Billings, Dawn Schneider of Homer, Alaska, Debbie Dobson, Julie Lawrence, and Jackie Loran, all of Billings, Kathy Folvag of Billings, Connie Michael of St. Lucie, Florida, Janet Tarr of Ellicott City, Maryland, Terry Haider of Seattle, Karen Haider of Billings, James Haider of Helena, Stefanie Pratt of Vancouver, Washington, Margaret Mallony of Aladdin, Wyoming, Martin Haider of Salt Lake City, Utah, Jeff Haider of Newfoundland, Pennsylvania, Tom Haider of Evaro, Montana, Lynn Horn of Douglas, Wyoming; 35 great grandchildren; nieces and nephews in South Dakota. 
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Grace Estellina Boatman Cornell, 69, daughter of J. Mitchell and Hatti Pritchett Boatman, was born Oct. 6, 1909 in Frederick, Okla. and died Sept. 11, 1979 at Farmington, Mo. She was united in marriage to Jesse Ollie Cornell Dec 26, 1925 and to this union three children were born. They had lived in Missouri since 1944 and were former residents of the Raymondville community. Survivors are her husband, Jesse Cornell, 
Boatman, Grace Estellina (I200159526957)
 
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Grace Miller
Grace A. Miller, a Wewoka resident, died Wednesday, April 18, 2001 at Seminole Medical Center at the age of 57.Graveside services are scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday at Glenn Rest Cemetery in Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Services will be under the directions of Summers Funeral Home of Mountain Home, Idaho.
Swearingen Funeral Home of Seminole is in charge of local arrangements. Viewing will be held at Swearingen Funeral Home until 7 p.m. tonight.
Miller was born Dec. 27, 1943 in Glenns Ferry, Idaho of David and Dorothy (Buck) Miller.She was a member of Twin Oaks Baptist Church in Seminole.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and three brothers, David, Robert, and Wallace.
Miller is survived by seven sisters, Dorothy Stevison of Evanston, Wyo., Martha Belcher of Meridian, Idaho, Mary Lou Plew of Shoshone, Idaho, Catherine McCown of Seminole, Violet Bailey of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Doris Daplis of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Georgia Miller of Meridian, Idaho; four brothers, John Miller and William Miller, both of Salt Lake City, Utah; Morris Miller of St. George, Utah; and Joseph Miller of Meridian, Idaho. 
Miller, Grace Afton (I202091847781)
 
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Graveside services for Mrs. Martha Miles, 75, of Lufkin, will be held Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 1 p.m. in the Freeman Cemetery in Lufkin.

Mrs. Miles worked for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for many years. Mrs. Miles was born October 19, 1937 in Lufkin and died January 16, 2013 in Azle,Tx.

Survivors: son, Robert Miles; daughter, Charlyn Miles; grandchildren, Jacob and Joshua Pollard; cousins, Denton McCoy, Charley and Barbara Unsell and Helen Roman, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Miles was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Lanora Spears; husband, Charles Miles; and brother, Joe Allen Spears.

Colonial Mortuary, directors.


* obit edited - full obit published in The Lufkin Daily News on January 23, 2013 
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Howard Courant-Citizen - July 16, 1942
MR. CHARLEY PICKELL
- Submitted by L. Morgan
Charley Pickell was born March 11, 1853, near Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, and passed away at his home at Moline, Kansas, Wednesday morning at 4:10, July 8th, at the age of 89 years, 3 months and 26 days. He lived in Wisconsin until about five years of age. Then moved to Iowa with his parents. When 11 years of age he moved to Michigan. His mother died when he was 14 years of age. He made his home with his half brother. In 1873 he was united in marriage to Sarah L. Joscelyn. They made their home in Michigan until 1879 when they came to Kansas. They settled out on the prairie five miles southeast of Howard, Kansas, in Elk county, where they resided until 1913 when they moved to their present home at Moline, Kansas. He is a pioneer of this community having lived in Kansas over 63 years.
To this union were born 10 children. On daughter, Julia D. Sharp, preceded him in death on April 11, 1930, at Bashow, Alberta, Canada. Those left to mourn his going are his wife, Sarah L. Pickell; his children, Clara M. Ommen of Nampa, Idaho, Maggie E. Williams of Elk Falls; Nettie A. Vick at home, Lucy C. Hawkins of Santa Anna, California, George A. Pickell of Elk Falls, Fred C. Pickell of Elk Falls, Annellie M. Bird of Elk City, Ruth B.Heinley of Long Beach, California, Odessa P. Gilbank of Santa Anna, California; a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. He is the last one of his family. Mr. Pickell was one of Elk county's best farmers and stockraisers. He has been in failing health for ten years.
Pall bearers were the grandsons: Carrol Pickell, Gerald Pickell, Albert Pickell, Charley Pickell, Clitis Pickell and Roland Vick.
Funeral services were held in the home Friday afternoon, July 10th, at 2:30 p.m., interment in Moline cemetery. Moon Funeral Home of Howard in charge. 
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JenningsJuly, 1936 - September 11, 2011 TUTTLE Doris Jean (Haywood) Jennings, 75, of Tuttle, Oklahoma, went home to be with her Savior the evening of September 11, 2011, in Oklahoma City, OK, after an extended illness. Doris was born in July, 1936, in Tuttle, OK, and married Leo Jennings April 24, 1957. In 1977 she and Leo settled in Tuttle after his retirement from the Air Force. Doris worked at Tinker Air Force Base as an Inventory Management and Logistics Management Specialist. After working for the Air Force for over 20 years she retired in the early 1990s. The eldest of four children, she was like a second mother to her younger sister and two brothers. She instilled in them the love of reading and learning. One of her greatest joys was spending time with her family. She had a wonderful sense of humor, loved to travel, was an avid reader and enjoyed spending countless hours in the library. She was a volunteer reader for the Oklahoma Library for the Blind. She loved gardening and enjoyed cooking for her family, especially weekly Sunday dinners. She was treasured by all those who knew her, especially her devoted husband of 54 years, Leo, who lovingly cared for her around the clock for the past eight years. She dearly loved and was loved by all of her family including her three daughters, four grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two brothers, one sister, and countless cousins, extended family members, and friends. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Tuttle. Funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Thursday, September 15, 2011, at the First Baptist Church of Tuttle. Interment will be at the Fairview Cemetery, Tuttle, OK, under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home.

Published in The Oklahoman on Sept. 14, 2011 
Haywood, Doris Jean (I200159078457)
 
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John Joe, aged 73, passed away early Tuesday morning (8 Feb 1955) after being
taken to Walker River Hospital (died Schurz).
John Joe was born in Virginia City, attended schools in Nixon, Stewart and the
Phoenix Indian School. As a young man he worked for the late John Monty of
Wadsworth and the Holcomb's of Reno. In 1917 he went to work for Southern
Pacific Railroad Company and remained there until his retirement in 1949 when he
moved to Schurz where he remained.
On 13 Apr 1910 he was married to Daisy James and to them were born two
sons, Edwin of Schurz and Cleveland who passed away in 1946. Survivors include
his widow, son Edwin (Diane) Joe of Fallon, the Teddy James family of Wadsworth
and many friends and relatives in Wadsworth and surrounding areas. 
Joe, John (I200100053836)
 
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John Lawson Reid Obituary
John Lawson Reid died at his home in Akron, Ohio, on Monday of last week, March 15, following an illness of a few weeks of influenze which resulted in heart trouble. The funeral and burial was at Akron, where the deceased had employment in a bank. He had been engaged in that line of work for several years, first at Flemingsburg, Kentucky, then at Cincinnati and later at Akron.

He leaves surviving him a wife, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Reid of Lexington, Kentucky and two brothers, Walter Reid, of Philadelphia, and Homer Reid, of Louisville.

The mother of the deceased was Miss Mollie Keller, and was born and reared at Corydon, where she, her husband and sons lived for many years, and where the deceased had many relatives.

He was about thirty four years old and had reached a high degree of effiency in his work as a bank clerk, which enabled him to command a good salary.

The Corydon Democrat
March 31, 1920 
Reid, John Lawson (I200144569890)
 
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Joseph Ernest Dupuis 1936 ~ 2007
WEST VALLEY- Joseph Ernest Dupuis, 71, passed away Saturday, October 27, 2007 at his home after his battle with cancer.

Joseph was born August 6, 1936, in Methuen, Massachusetts, to Henry Joseph and Julia Marie Desfosses Dupuis. He married Doris Jean Miller on November 17, 1956 in Glenns Ferry, Idaho.

Joseph was a member of the Catholic Church. He served 21 years in the U.S. Air Force, serving in Korea and Vietnam. He loved to camp and belonged to the Advisory Board Camper World.

He is survived by his wife, Doris; sons Joseph, and John, both of Salt Lake City; and daughter Corinne (Jerry) Hardy, Syracuse; 10 grandchildren and five great-grand-children; brother Albert and sisters Lucille (Al) LaChance, Mary Dupuis, and Doris Indeglia; and sister-in-law Doris Dupuis, all of Massachusetts.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers, Henry J. and Robert H. Funeral services will be held Fri. November 2, 2007 at 2 p.m. at the Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Road. Friends and family may call Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. prior to the service. Interment, Syracuse City Cemetery e-mail condolences to the family at www.lindquistmortuary.com 
Dupuis, Joseph Ernest (I202091995868)
 
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Lakewood Citizen, Friday June 5,1931:

"Funeral services for Miss Cordelia Truex, 71 years old who was found dead in her home at Laurelton on Tuesday, were held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs Lou Hayden at Laurelton, with the Rev Charles Fees, pastor of the Toms River Methodist church officiating. Burial was made in the Laurelton cemetery.
Miss Truex who lived alone, was found on the kitchen floor of her home by Joseph Moritz, a painter engaged to do some work for the woman. Failing to answer to his knock at the door, Moritz entered the house and found the lifeless form of the woman. A physician summoned pronounced death due to apoplexy, placing death at about 36 hours before the body was found.
Miss Truex was a life long resident of Ocean County. She was the daughter of the late Captain Lewis Truex and was the sister of Mrs U S Grant of Toms River. Another sister, Mrs Lou Hayden of Laurelton also survives".
Burial:
First Baptist Church of Laurelton Cemetery
Laurelton
Ocean County
New Jersey, USA 
Truex, Cordelia A (I201002747945)
 
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Mary L. Plew (Miller):
Newspaper Obituary and Death NoticeTimes-News, The (Twin Falls, ID) - Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Deceased Name: Mary L. Plew (Miller)
Mary was a longtime resident of Kimberly. Her good friends knew her as "Boot." Mary died at the age of 75 on Sunday, Aug. 3, 2008, after an extended battle with cancer. Mary spent her last six months at a very special place. Mary was under the care of Hospice Visions located in Jerome.
Mary was born May 25, 1933 in King Hill, the daughter of David and Dorothy Miller. Mary was married to Floyd L. Plew in 1950. Floyd, who went by the name of Junior, died in 1997.
Mary is survived by her six children, David (Kay) Plew, Terry (Theresa) Plew, Mary (Gary) Friel, Jackie (Bill) Hanchey, Paula (Gary) Devore and Sheryl (Matt) Smith. Mary has many grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom she loved very much. Mary also had 14 brothers and sisters and many nieces and nephews.
Mary has requested no public viewing or funeral service. Mary also requested cremation to be handled by Parke's Magic Valley Funeral Home, 2551 Kimberly Road in Twin Falls.
• Published Wednesday, August 6, 2008 
Miller, Mary Lou (I202091848079)
 
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Maxine Reeser, 83, passed away on December 28, 2015 at Mitchellville Care Center in Mitchellville, Iowa.

She was born on April 27, 1932.

Maxine enjoyed the outdoors, especially fishing and sitting out in the warm sun. She also liked watching NFL, NBA, and NASCAR sports with her family.

Maxine is survived by her son, David Reeser of Las Vegas, NV; daughter, Diane Reeser of West Des Moines; sister, Nancy (Gene) Gallegher; brothers, Steve Clark of Hartford, IA, and Herman and Ronald Clark of Des Moines; 10 grand children, 13 great grandchildren, and 4 great great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Reeser; sons, Denny and Doug Reeser; brother, Gene Clark; and her parents.

A funeral service will be on Saturday, January 2, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. at Des Moines First, 2725 Merle Hay Rd, Des Moines.

Obituary & photo published by Merle Hay Funeral Home 
Clark, Maxine Juliette (I200038032402)
 
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McCoy, George Frederick
28 Oct 1882 - 25 Feb 1946
CHRISTIAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN
7 Mar 1946 p1
[Note: Son of George W. & Elgivie I. (Luttrell) McCoy; married 21 Jan 1906 Pearl Tindle 31 Jan 1888 - 12 Nov 1973]
Contributed by Randal & Mabel Phillips.
George Fredrick McCoy was born in Christian county, Mo., on Oct. 28, 1882, and passed away at his home south of Ozark on Feb. 25, 1946. He was a son of the late George W. and Elgevia I. McCoy. He was united in marriage on Jan. 21, 1906, with Miss Pearl Tindle.
He lived his entire lifetime in the Ozark community where he was well known, having operated the Rural Telephone Company for many years. He professed Christ at an early age and was baptized into the Prospect Baptist church where he maintained a faithful membership throughout his lifetime.
Surviving are his wife, Pearl; a niece, Grace Tindle, who has made her home with the McCoys all her life; seven sisters, Mrs. Josephine Davis of Austin, Texas, Miss Ava McCoy of Dallas, Texas, Miss Grace McCoy of Los Angeles, Mrs. Oda Davis of St. Louis, Misses Rose and Hope McCoy of Tulsa, and Mrs. Jessie Edwards of Springfield; four brothers, John, Walter, and Paul McCoy of Springfield and Ross McCoy of Fairfax, Mo.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in the Prospect church with Rev. Floyd Hanks of Springfield officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. 
McCoy, George Frederick "Fred" (I202087874670)
 
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McCoy, Rosa
C.19 Jun 1894 - 23 Apr 1946
CHRISTIAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN
2 May 1946 p1
[Note: Daughter of George W. & Elgevia I. (Luttrell) McCoy]
Contributed by Randal & Mabel Phillips.
Rosa C. McCoy was born in Christian county, Mo.,on June 19, 1894,and passed away at her home in Tulsa, Okla., on April 23, 1946. She was a daughter of the late Geo. W. and Elgevia I. McCoy, well-known farmers of the Ozark community.
She spent the early part of her life at the family home and in 1919 she moved to Tulsa. Until last November she had spent the previous four years in Fort Worth, Texas.
She was converted at the age of 14 and was a member of the Prospect Baptist church until moving to Tulsa when she transferred her membership to the First Baptist church of that city. At the time of her death her membership was with the First Baptist church at Fort Worth. She was a faithful worker in all church activities and enjoyed singing in the choir.
Surviving are six sisters, Mrs. Josephine Davis of Austin, Texas, Mrs. O.L. Davis of Kirkwood, Mo., Mrs. Jessie Edwards of Springfield, Mo., Ava McCoy of Dallas,Texas, Grace McCoy of Los Angeles, Calif; and Hope McCoy of Tulsa; four brothers, John, Walter and Paul of Springfield, and Ross of Fairplay, Mo.; a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon, April 25, in the Prospect church by Rev. Robert Baker and Rev. Worth Caughron. Burial was made in the Prospect cemetery under direction of Chaffin of Ozark. 
McCoy, Rosa Cansadia (I202087868297)
 
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