Saturday, November 27, 2004

OBIT: James Pavia 1943-2003, Missouri

PAVIA, JAMES 'TONY', O'Fallon, MO, September 22, 2003, age 60; dear father of Tony PAVIA (Kim); brother of Jenny Marie HOUSE, Margaret MORAN, Theresa GRUNTMAN, Jack PAVIA, Benjamin PAVIA And the late Jerry & Vincent James 'Jimmy' PAVIA Jr.; grandfather of Jason and Cheri PAVIA.

He was a member of Local AFL-CIO Aerospace District Lodge #837.

Funeral service 1:00 p.m., Friday, the Baue Funeral & Memorial Center Chapel. The family is being served by the BAUE Funeral and Memorial Center, 3950 West Clay, St. Charles, MO; where friends may call 4:00-8:00 p.m., Thursday, September 25, 2003. Memorials to donor's choice, preferred.

(published: 09/24/2003)

Sally Rolls Pavia

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Monday, November 22, 2004

DEATH CERT: Daniel Walker 1879-1922 South Carolina

From: Aileen Norris AGNorris@InfoAve.Net
Subject: Death Certificate

I have a copy of the death certificate of a Daniel Walker, born 1879; died Sep 15, 1922, in Richland County, SC.

In doing research at the South Carolina Archives in Columbia I ordered this
death certificate because I was looking for a Daniel Walker in that county. However this is not mine, this Daniel Walker is listed as Colored, he was buried in North, SC, his parents were George Walker and Mary Whitmore.

If this man is in your family tree, contact me and I will gladly send you this death certificate. I know in my research that I would love for someone to list information on one of my ancestors like this, I do hope that someone will claim this document.


Sunday, November 21, 2004

OBIT: James Cromie died 1964 Ohio

Entered Into Rest

At his residence,Wicliffe, Ohio on Monday, December 21, 1964 James Cromie beloved husband of Elizabeth Bell in his 80th year

The Funeral

Resting at the Louis r. Orlando Funeral Home, Wicliffe, Ohio until Thurdsay, December 24.
Then to Greenfield Cemetery, Arthur, Ontario. Committal service at 3:00 p.m.

Note: James Cromie was born December 16, 1885 in Milbank, ON son of William and Mary Cromie

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FUNERAL NOTICE: Marabel McCombs Carr 1923-2003 Ohio

In loving memory of Marabel McCombs Carr
Born 6-2-1923 in Nelsonville, Ohio
Died 11-3-2003 in Dayton, Ohio
Services11:99a.m. Saturday November 8th, 2003
Burcham Funeral Home
119 E. Main StreetFairborn, Ohio
InternmentGlen Haven Memorial Garden New Carlisle, Ohio

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FUNERAL CARD: Charles Cray 1864 - 1887

Died May 8 1887
Aged 13 years,6 months.

A precious one from us has gone,A voice we loved is still,A place is vacant in our homeWhich never can be filled.God in His wisdom has recalledThe boon his love had given,And though the body moulders hereHis soul is safe in Heaven.

**Note: this is an unknown factor in the research of Jenkinson/Reeves/Thornbugh from the Indiana area.Please contact and I will send you a copy of the card.

Submitter: A Jensen
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MEMORIAL CARDS: Norfolk England (9-17)

Here are some more of my Norfolk memorial cards

9. In Loving Memory of Eleanor BURTON-PYE,Born December 4th 1846.Died September 7th 1918,Aged 71 years.

10. In Loving Memory of John Henry, the beloved son of Edwin and Mary Jane ROPER, killed in action in France, July 1st 1916, aged 22 years.

11. In ever loving memory of Obadiah Robert ROUSE, the beloved husband of Mary ROUSE, who fell asleep in Jesus February 21st 1943 aged 82 years. Interred in Worstead Baptist Churchyard, February 24th.

12. In Loving memory of Robert ROUS, Who died April 26th 1899, aged 59 years. Interred at Horsey Churchyard.

13. In Loving memory of Robert ROUS, who died May 14th 1911, aged 35 years. Interred at Horsey Churchyard.

14. In Loving Memory of John GEDGE, who entered into eternal rest October 8th 1894, aged 62 years. Interred at Ingham, near Stalham, October 12th.

15. In Ever Loving memory of Mary Ann ROUSE, the beloved wife of William ROUSE, who fell asleep, April 21st 1924, aged 89 years. Interred at Honing Churchyard.

16. In Loving Remembrance of John ROUSE, who departed this life Jan 21st 1876, aged 45 years.

17. In Affectionate Remembrance of Sarah Ann the beloved wife of William NICHOLS, who died October 26th 1889 aged 54 years. Interred at Sea Palling churchyard, October 29th.

I only have photocopies of these but I am willing to give copies to anyone who would like one.

Janet Sorfleet
Location:Derby, England

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OBIT: Simon Dunn Died 1863 Ft Morgan, Alabama

Simon E Dunn Died May 7, 1863 at Ft Morgan, AL.

On April 30 1863 Pvt Dunn was fatally injured when a cannon he and four other men were testing exploded.

He left behing his widow, Laura Ann Thompson Dunn, son William Preston Dunn and daughter Dora Estelle Dunn.

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OBIT: Mary McAnanny Doman Sample died 1922



DIED MARCH 23, 1922



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OBIT: Elizabeth Bell Cromie, died 1968 Ohio

At her home in wickliffe, Ohio on friday, November 15, 1968 Elizabeth Ann Bell Wife of the Late James Cromie in her 82nd year

Resting at the Louis Orlando funeral Home, Wickliffe, Ohio where services will be held on monday, November 18, then to Greenfield Cemetery, Arthur Ontario for committal service on Tuesday, November 19 at 3:00 p.m. Internment Greenfield Cemetery, Arthur, Ontario

Note: Elizabeth was born in West Grafraxa Twp, Ontario daughter of Thomas and Ann jane Bell.

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OBIT: Valeria Carattinia, Illinois

CARATTINI -- Valeria( Violet) Marie Carattini, nee Kons departed suddenly from our lives due to a long illness that took her life on Nov. 4, 2003 at 7:50 p.m.
Devoted wife of Julio M. Carattini ll for 59 years, Valeria was born in Cook County, Chicago, Ill. She was preceded in death by her parents, Anton and Marie Kons of Poland; brother, Edward A. Kons; and sister, Irene M. Kons. She is the beloved mother of and survived by Donnamarie (Carattini Kons) Boyer and Janet M. Carattini Kons. She is also survived by niece, Darlene Isaacson of Michigan; son-in-law, David J. Boyer; grandchildren, Jeannette E., Manny and Donna M. Nieto, Janet (Cachito) Habibe, Jaime Lopez and Froilan Ansa; and great grandchildren, Christian and Alex Diaz, Irmarie Berdecia and Jaime Lopez IV.
She lived in Chicago for 20 years and was an honor student of Harrison High. Nanny, as we all called her, will be missed forever and in our hearts and prayers until the one day we will be reunited forever. Then no one can separate us ever again because she believed in the words "family forever." "Mother, please remember the promise you made to me if you were to leave with God and your ancestors one day. I will pray the rosary for you every night until the day I die and we are together again." We Love You So Very Much !!!!! Your Family.

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Annie M Boucher 1933 - 2001, New Jersey

Annie M Boucher September 7, 1933 - September 7, 2001

Gorney & OpudaLakeview Memorial Home Clifton , NJ 07011973-772-1880

Annie Meta (Scott) Mroposki Boucher is my mother born & raised in Sussex co. NJlived in Newark , Paterson , Millville NJ passed away in Saddle Brook NJ on her birthday

Submitter: Darlene Williams
Location:New Jersey

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OBIT: Sylvia Lake 1914-2004 Missouri


Sylvia Lake, 90, of Doniphan, MO died Tuesday, April 6, 2004, at Current River Nursing Center in Doniphan. Mrs. Lake was born January 25, 1914. She was retired and a housewife. She was married to Fred Lake {who predeceased her in March 1982}. She was also predeceased by her only child, Charles Lake.

Visitation will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Edwards Funeral Home in Doniphan. The funeral service will follow at 10 a.m. in the funeral chapel with Lee Kirby officiating. Burial will be in the Little Cemetery.

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Friday, October 22, 2004

OBIT: Frances Smith 1832-1908, Missouri


On last Thursday night at the last stroke of twelve, Mrs Frances SNOW SMITH passed away and her soul wended its flight to the “Beautiful City of God”. Mrs SMITH had been a sufferer for several years. For three years she has been confined almost constantly to her bed. She was born in North Carolina on Dec. 4, 1832, and came to Missouri at four years of age. She converted and united with the Christian Church when but a girl and at eighteen she was married to Thomas G SNOW.

She then united with the Baptist Church at Lone Jack, since which time she has continued as a loving and consistent. She was the mother of eight children – three sons and five daughters, four of which children are living and were present at the services at the home of her daughter, Mrs Joe SPAINHOUR,after which the interment occurred at the cemetery here Friday afternoon.

Lees’ Summit Journal
Jan 10, 1908

Submitter: Sally Rolls Pavia Frances SNOW was married to Thomas G SMITH, NOT Thomas G SNOW. Ab error in the newspaper obit.

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Thursday, October 21, 2004

FUNERAL CARD: Augusta Knapp 1868-1902

Mrs. Augusta Knapp
Died March 19, 1902
Age 34 yrs. 10 mos. 10 days

Gone but not forgotten

We have lost our darling mother,
She has bid us all adieu;
She has gone to live in heaven,
And her person is lost to view.
Oh, that dear one, how we loved her!
Oh, how hard to give her up;
But an angel came down for her
And removed her from our flock.

Copyright 1898 H. Wendell Leipsic

Submitter: Maggie Wilson
Location: Portland, Oregon

This was among my grandmother's things. She must be a relative, however, I have not been able to track her down as yet. No idea where she lived or died. Looks like her birthdate might be around May 9, 1868

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OBIT: William Altrogge, New York

William Altrogge

William Altrogge passed away at his home at no. 77 Cedar Street (Akron New York) at 4:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon, May 27th, following many years of illness.

He was born in the town of Amherst on the Transit road on July 5 1868.He is survived by his wife,Magdalene nee Rupprecht; one son Ralph of John Street; and a brother John Altorgge of Lockport.

Mr. Altrogge was preceded in death by three sons, Albert H., Leo F. and Willard W. AltroggeFuneral services were held from his home on Cedar Street at 2 o'clock standard time, Sunday afternoon, Rev L. E. Heuer, pastor St. John's Lutheran Church, officiating.

Interment was in the Filmore cemetary at Clarence. The bearers were Edward Goeseke, Frank Goeseke, Frank Heiman, William Nehrboss, Etward Stever and William Vollmer.

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OBIT: Julio Maria Caratini died 2004 New Mexico

CARATTINI -- Julio Maria Caratini II, retired U.S. Army Captain, of 2601 Elwood Place NE, Albuquerque, NM, passed away quietly in the Veterans Hospital on June 21, 2004, at the age of 83.

He was born in Barrio Pastor, A bonito, PR, son of Julio M. Carattini I & Amparo Padro. Preceded in death by parents & wife, Valeria M. Kons, who died recently, November 4, 2003, in their residence, after 59 years of marriage. They both loved their country, PR and always dreamed of returning some day.

They were residents in NM for only about 13 years. Their many friends will miss them. Devoted father of Donnamarie (David) Boyer, of Albuquerque, NM; & Janet M. Carattini, of Altamonte, Florida. Dearly missed by grandchildren: Manny, Jeannette, Donna Nieto; Janet and Jaime Lopez III; great grandchildren, Christian, Alex Diaz, Irmarie Berdecia and Jaime Lopez IV. Also survived by sisters: Mercedes Carattini, Hilda Ortiz, Didi Santini & Emma Malave.

He was known as "Papa Yuyo" by his family & friends. He joined the U.S. Army in 1944 in PR & served in WW II & Korean Conflict. Member of the St. Bernadette Catholic Church. He will be greatly missed & never forgotten. Funeral will be at French Mortuary for rosary on Thursday June 24, 2004 and buried at the Santa Fe National Cemetery on Friday June 25, 2004.

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MEMORIAL CARD: Sarah Watkins 1868-1938

In Loving and Affectionate Remembrance
Sarah Annie Watkins
Who passed away
on the 7th January 1938
Aged 70 years
Interred in East Ham Churchyard
Family Grave number: 3546

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MEMORIAL CARDS: Norfolk England (1-8)

Submitter: Janet Sorfleet
Location: Derby, England.
Thu, June 3, 2004 17:03

I have 17 memorial cards of ancestors from Norfolk, England.

1. In Loving Memory of James ROUSE, Who fell asleep, after six days illness, Jan 24th 1894, aged 46 years. Interred at Redcliffe Cemetery, in grave No. 1406, Bristol, Jan 25th.

2. In Loving Remembrance of Charles ROUSE, who departed this life February 19th 1887 aged 44 years. Intered at Wallsend Cemetery.

3. In Loving Memory of Letitia, the beloved wife of Edward FRENCH of Sea Palling, who died July 8th 1883, aged 57 years.Interred at Palling July 13th 1883.

4. In Affectionate Remembrance of, Sophia Maria, The beloved wife of Martin BROWN, who died April 21st 1899, aged 33 years.

5. In Memory of Robert BISHOP, the beloved husband of Elizabeth BISHOP. Who departed this life November 4th 1881 aged 74 years.

6. In loving Memory of Alice May, the beloved daughter of Robert and Alice PRIOR. Who departed this life February 5th 1900 aged 12 years.Interred in Witton Churchyard, February 9th.

7. In Affectionate Remembrance of Emily Mercy, the beloved daughter of William and Mary Ann ROUSE, who departed this life Easter Sunday, April 17th 1892, aged 21 years.Interred in Waxham Churchyard, April 21st.

8. In Loving Memory of William ROUSE the beloved husband of Mary Ann ROUSE, who departed this life October 10th 1899 aged 74 years.Interred in Ludham Churchyard, October 13th.

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OBIT: John Kissane 1863-1954

John Kissane Dies at 91

John Kissane, 91, died Wednesday morning at his home in Merrill. Funeral arrangements have not been completed at ths time but friends may call at Case Chapel after Thursday.

Mr. Kissane was born in County Kerry, Ireland, February 2, 1863 and came to America in 1873.

In 1877 the family moved to the Thumb area where they lived until 1887 when they came to Merrill.He was married to Elizabeth McNamara in 1905. She died in 1922.

Surviving are three daughers, Mr. Veronica Teall and Mrs. Anson Moulton of Merrill and Mrs. Riley Sadler of Ithaca; two sons, John of Saginaw and Bernard of Hemlock. 20 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

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MEMORIAL CARD: William Ferguson 1874-1922

Funeral card,size aprox,3"x5',color black on white.
In loving memory of WILLIAM FERGUSON
Aged 48 years,7 days
Entered into rest July 29th 1922
Service will be held at the home of Mr W T Hinds,Tweed,on Monday,July 31st,at 1 o'clock.thence to Christ Church,Thomasburg,at 2 pm., for service and interment.
Note:he appears to have been born July 22 1874.

Looks like an Ontario family

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FUNERAL CARD: Mary Cook 1845 - 1901

Memorial Card,aprox,4"X6",color black printing on white card.

Died April 25 1901
Aged 56 years 9 months 23 days

Dearest Mother thou hast left us,
And thy loss we deeply feel;
But tis God that has bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
Yet again we hope to meet thee
When the day of life is fled,
And in Heaven with joy to greet thee
Where no farewell tear is shed.

**MARY C COOK** was born in July 1845.

If this is someone in your family line,could you contact me as she has been an unknown factor in my Jekinson/Reeves/Cray/Thornburg research.

I will be pleased to send you a photo copy of the above card.

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FUNERAL CARD: Shirlee Joan Klima (Klotz) died 1984, Ohio

Shirlee Joan Klima (Klotz)

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FUNERAL CARD: Gertrude Huston Cramblett

Funeral card for my grandmother Gertrude Elizabeth HUSTON Cramblet

Submitter Kris

Location: Florida, U.S.A.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2004

OBIT: Fred Peters 1907-1945 California

Daroldeen Lutz
Location: Arizona

Fred I. Peters committed suicide in San Fransisco, California, 25 November 1945.
Mr. Peters was born in Minnesota in 1907. He was the son of Ida May and Thomas Lincoln Peters, both deceased. Mr. Peters is survived by two daughters, Daroldeen and Penelope.

OBIT: Thomas Peters 1867-1939 California

Daroldeen Lutz
Location: Arizona

Thomas Lincoln PETERS, passed away in Santa Barbara, California, 5 August 1939, at the age of 72. Mr. Peters was born in Maine, the son of Thomas W. Peters and Sarah Ann BENNER PETERS. Mr. Peters and his wife, Ida May FERGUSON PETERS, were the parents of three sons and six daughters. One son died as a young child, and two sons committed suicide.

DEATH CERT: Houston Grayson 1898-1961 Oklahoma

Houston Grayson b:July 6, 1898 in Ione, Ark.,d:September 6, 1961, Poteau, OK.

Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Poteau, OK.

He was a Baptist Minister.

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

OBIT: Morrison Maltby 1920-1996, New Brunswick

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Death Notice:

M. J. Maltby

Morrison (Bunnie) Jordan Maltby, 76, of 268 Linden St., Newcastle, New Brunswick, died Thursday, Jan. 11, 1990, at Miramichi Hospital, after a lengthy illness.Born in Newcastle, he was a son of the late Harry B. and Elizabeth (Jones) Maltby. He retired in 1977 from CN Rail after 36 years of service.

He attended St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Newcastle, and was a past master, Northumberland Lodge No. 17, F&AM. He was also a member of the Moncton Lodge of Perfection.Three brothers and two sisters died previously.

He is survived by hs wife, Mable Hubbard: three daughters, Mrs. Jacqueline Tozer of Newcastle, Mrs. Edward Sheasgreen (Elizabeth) of Sunny Corner, and Mrs. Gary Vautour (Linda) of Douglastown.Four sons, Blair, of Prince George, B.C., Douglas of Riverview and Robert and Ernest, both of Newcastle: six sisters, Mrs. Jean Lawson of Hamilton, Ont., Mrs. Horace Holdgate (Betty) of Verdun, Que., Mrs. Ellis DeWitt (Lily) of Halifax; Mrs. Albert Blanchard (Edith) of Montreal, Mrs. Marquerite Morrison of Riverview, and Mrs. Donald Ramsey (Nan) of Newcastle; 19 grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

The body rested at Bell's Funeral Service Ltd., Newcastle. Funeral service was held Monday at 2 p.m. from St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Newcastle.Burial will be in the Miramichi Cemetery in the spring. Arrangements were in the care of Bell's Funeral Service Ltd., Newcastle.

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OBIT: Lily Maltby DeWitt 1917-1990, Nova Scotia

Death Notice-Halifax Nova Scotia

Mrs. L. E. DeWitt
Mrs. Lily Edna (Maltby) DeWitt, 73, of 6269 Cork St., Halifax, died Thursday, Oct. 4, 1990, in the Halifax Infirmary.Born in Newcastle, New Brunswick, she was a daughter of the late Elizabeth Anne (Jones) and Harry Brownlow Maltby.

She is survived by her husband, Ellis Scoular; two daughters, Mrs. Eugene Blois (Ruby) of Dartmouth and Mrs. John Frelick (Gail) of Halifax, a son, Robert of Moncton; four sisters, Mrs. Donal Ramsey (Nan) of Newcastle, Mrs. Albert Branchaud (Edith) and Mrs. Horace Holdgate (Betty), both of Montreal and Mrs. M. Lawson (Jean) of Hamilton, Ont.; seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

She was predeceased by a son, David; five brothers, Beverly, Harry, Howard, Fred and Morrison; and three sisters, Marion, Hazel and Marguerite.The body was cremated. A memorial serivce was held Sunday Oct. 7, at St. Philip's anglican Church, Halifax.

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

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OBIT: Hazel Jagoe, 1910-1979 Hamilton Ontario

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Hamilton, Ontario Paper Jan. 19, 1979

JAGOE, Hazel Henrietta - Suddenly at Henderson General Hospital, on Thursday, January 18, 1979, Hazel Henrietta Maltby, beloved wife of the late Major Baldwin Jagoe, in her 69th year. Beloved mother of Douglas Jagoe, Mrs. Alfred Barry (Marjorie), Mrs. David Roussel (Sharon) and Mrs. Ronald Leggett (Elizabeth) all of Hamilton.

Beloved sister of Harry Maltby of Michigan, Morrison Maltby of New Brunswick, Mrs. C. Mortison (Marguerite)and Mrs. D. Ramsey (Nan) of New Brunswick, Mrs. E. DeWitt (Lil) of Nova Scotia, Mrs. H. Holdgate (Betty) of Verdun, P.Q., Mrs. A. Branchaud (Edith) of Montreal and Mrs. Jean Lawson of Hamilton.

Loved grandmother of Dean, Deborah, Daniel, Susan, Karen, Mark, Nadine, Leanne, Denise and Marc. Resting at the M. A. Clark Funeral Home, 567 Upper Wellington St., Mount Hamilton from Saturday afternoon. Visiting Saturday and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on MOnday at 1:30 p.m. Interment White Chapel Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Heart Fund will be appreciated by the family.

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Manitoba Newspaper

MALTBY, Suddenly in Saskatoon, Sask., on March 26, 1977, Howard James Maltby of No.983 Silverbirch Drive, Brandon, Manitoba. Mr. Maltby was born in Newcastle, New Brunswick on Dec 21, 1908. He recieved his education there, coming to the west as a young man to Saskatchewan to help with the harvest. Mr. Maltby returned to New Brunswick and trained as a baker, returning to Hamiota, Man., where he worked for a few years prior to coming to Bryce's Bakery in Brandon..

During this time he married the farmer Violet J. Shaw of Rossburn, Man., and owed several businesses in the area, later working in the sales field, retiring in Nov. of 1975. Surviving are: his loving wife and family: Violet; a daughter, Mrs. S. D. Borody (Joan), Saskatoon; a son, Barry of Edmonton; a granddaughter, Kim; and five grandsons; Brock, Scott, Lyle, Bradley and Todd. Seven sisters and two brothers also survive; Mr. M. Jagoe (Hazel), Mrs. M. Lawson (Jean) both of Hamilton, Ont.; Mrs. H. Holdgate (Betty), Mrs. A. Blanchard (Edith) both of Montreal; Mrs. C. Morrison (Marguerite), Burnt Church, N. B.;Mrs. D. Ramsay (Nan), Newcastle, N. B.; Mrs. E. DeWitt (Lily), Halifax;Morrison Maltby, Newcastle; and Harry Maltby of Wixom, Mich.

Mr. Maltby was predeceased by a sister Marion, a brother Fred and by an infant brother Beverly. Funeral service will be held at Bethel Temple on Wednesday March 30, 1977 at 3:30 p.m. Interment will be in Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Rev. M. Dynna will officate.

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

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OBIT: Harry Maltby 1906 - 1982, Michigan

Oakland Press, Pontiac, Michigan

MALTBY HARRY (BALDY), age 76; of Wixom; December 1, 1982; husband of Iva; father of Mrs. John (Daralene) Hess of Walled Lake, Mrs. Joseph (Elizabeth) Macaluso of Grand Rapids, Margaret Scheen of Wixom, and the late Howard Maltby; grandfather of Michael and Mark Macaluso; also one brother and six sisters.

Funeral from Lynch and Sons Funeral Home (Richardson-Bird Chapel), Walled Lake, Saturday, 2 p.m. Rev. Lloyd Christler officating. Interment Oakland Hills Cemetery, Novi. Friends may visit after 1 p.m. Friday. Memorials to the Heart Fund or Masonic Home appreciated.

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location:Grand Rapids, MI

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OBIT: Annie Ramsy died 1993, New Brunswick

Miramichi Leader,Miramichi, New Brunswick
April 26, 2002


In Loving memory of Annie (Nan) Ramsay,who passed away on 26th of April 1993.

Remember her with a smile today
She was not one for tears,
Reflect instead on memories
Of all those happy years.
Recall to mind the way she spoke
And all the things she said,
Her strength, her smarts,
the way she was
Remember these instead.
The good advice she'd given us,
Whose blue eyes shone with laughter,
So much of her will never die,
But live on ever after.
Sadly missed, always loved, and never to be forgotten.
Please know that our love will never fade away.
To my mother, love your daughter, Ann

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location:Grand Rapids, MI

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OBIT: Donald Ramsey 1920-2001 New Brunswick

Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Miramichi Leader, Miramichi, New Brunswick


Mr. Donald G. Ramsay, of the Miramichi, passed away at his residence on Sunday evening, Sept. 2, 2001, at the age of 81.

Donald was born in Chatham and was the son of the late Major and Ellen (Cable) Ramsay. He was employed with NB Power Commission for 35 years. He attended St. Andrew's Anglican Church and was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Donald served in the Second World War with the North Shore Regiment.

He is survived by his six daughters: Alma Ramsay, of N.S.; Dawn Strukoff (Wally) of B.C.; Lynn Tozer (Ken) of Man.;Mary Nowlan (Fred) of Miramichi; Jinny Ramsay of N.S.; Ann Earle (Matt), of Ontario, and one son, George (Barb), of Miramichi; one sister, Elizabeth (Lib) Couston, of Moncton; 11 grandchildren, one great-grandson and several nieces and nephews.He was prececeased by hs wife, Annie (Nan) Maltby; five sisters; Myrtle Wilson, Dorothy (Dot) Scarcen, Marguerite (Rete) Goldworthys, Annabelle (Belle) Fraser, and Jean Smith: and one brother Ernest.

The family received relatives and friends at Northumberland Funeral Home, on Tuesday, Sept. 4 from 7-9 and on Wednesday, Sept. 5, from 2-4 and 7-9. Funeral service was held at the Northumberland Funeral Home Chapel, on Thursday, Sept. 6, at 2p.m., with Rev. Richard Steeves officating.Burial was in the Miramichi Cemetery.

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OBIT: Margaret Maltby 1853 - 1946 New Brunswick

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Miramichi (Newcastle) New Brunswick paper Jan 10, 1946

The death of one of Newcastle's aged residents, Mrs. Margaret Maltby, widow of William Maltby, occurred here on Sunday at her home on Thomas Street. She celebrated her 93rd birthday on New Year's Day.

Mrs. Maltby was the daughter of the late Walter and Sarah Morrell Lowrie of Newcastle and was well known in this community where she spent her entire life. A member of the Presbyterian Church and when her health permitted she was a faithful worker; she also was an active worker, during Wars I and II, knitting and assisting in other ways.

Surviving are two daughters, (Maude) Mrs. Willam Johns of Detroit, Michigan and Reta, who lived at home and was her mother's constant companion during the eight years she was an invalid; three stepsons, B. F. Maltby, E. E. Maltby both of Newcastle, T. M. Maltby of Moncton.

The funeral took place on Tuesday with service at the home at 2:30 o'clock conducted by Rev. D. C. MacDonald, assisted by Rev. D. F. Hoddinott. Interment took place in St. James Cemetery. The pallbearer were C. P. Stothart, C. P. McCabe, William Ferguson, Frank Matthews, Duncan MacTavish, Guyon Merseau.

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OBIT: Georgina Bryenton Maltby, 1885-1949 Nova Scotia

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
Location:Grand Rapids, MI

Thu, May 20, 2004

Amherst, Nova Scotia

Amherst, Feb 19, 1949

Friends will learn with deep regret of the passing of Georgina Pearl Bryenton, wife of Thomas M. Maltby, at her home on Friday evening. The deceased had not been in good health for the past year and had only been confined to her bed for the past few weeks.

She was born in 1885, and spend the greater part of her life in Newcastle, N.B. The family moved to Amherst about 18 years ao where they made a wide circle of friends. The late Mrs. Maltby was a member of the Church of England.

Besides her husband, she is survived by seven daughters and four sons, Mrs. G. L. Kennedy (Gertrude) of Quebec City, Mrs. Alfred Cooper (Mable) of Quebec City, Mrs. Arthur Steward (Muriel) ofof Saint John; Mrs. Layton Manship (Elsie) of Amherst; Mrs. Donald Fownes (Phyllis) of Moncton; Mrs. Ross McGilvray (Elizabeth) of Amherst, and Grace, also of Amherst: Richard of Halifax, Arthur of Bathurst and Wallace and Thomas in Amherst.

There also two brothers and three sisters, Chester Bryenton of Vancouver, Roy of Port Colborne, Ont: Mrs. George Graham of Vancouver, Mrs. Cuthert Whitney and Mrs. Oliver Yeo, both of of Newcastle, N. B.

The remains are resting at the home, 8 Robie Street. The funeral will be held from Churist Church Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

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MEMORIAL CARD: Oliver Watkins 1860-1937

In Loving Memory of
Oliver William Watkins
Who died 29th October 1937
Aged 77 years
Interred at East Ham Cemetery
Grave number: 3546

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Sunday, August 22, 2004

OBIT: Elvina Stubbs 1844-1911

The Chillicothe Daily Constitution
Thursday, Sept. 28, 1911


Dies Following an Operation Which Was Performed Last Monday
Funeral Friday Afternoon

Mrs Elvina HALE STUBBS, sixty-seven years old, wife of Geo Stubbs, died at St Mary’s hospital Thursday afternoon at one o’clock, following an operation which she underwent Monday night. The decedent had been in failing health prior to the operation, but the announcement of her death was a great shock to relatives and friends.

During her residence in this city, which was nearly half a century, she had won a host of friends by her Christian acts. She was beloved by all who knew hr and the family has the deepest sympaty of the community in which she lived. Mr and Mrs STUBBS were married in Henry county, Iowa, in 1865, and came to this city immediately afterwards where they had since resided. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following children: Ernest and Claude of this city; Walter and Frank of Kansas City; Mrs Roy ROGERS, Bowling Green, Mo and Schuyler STUBBS residing in the West.

The funeral of Mrs STUBBS will be held Friday afternoon at her late home on Dickenson street. Rev E. O. COLE of the First M.E. Church will conduct the service. Burial will be made in Edgewood Cemetery.

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Location: Sun City, Arizona

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OBIT: Thomas Peters 1829-1902 Minnesota

Daroldeen Lutz
Location: Arizona

Mr. Thomas W. PETERS passed away in Richfield, Minnesota in February 1902. Mr. PETERS was the son of Thomas and Hannah TOWNSEND PETERS. Mr. PETERS was born 1829 in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. He moved to Dennysville, Maine, where he met and married Sarah Ann BENNER about 1853. Thomas and Sarah Ann BENNER PETERS were the parents of nine children Three sons and six daughters. Mr. Peters is buried beside his wife, Sarah Ann, and Sarah's brother, Edward Bayles BENNER, in Litchfield, Minnesota.

OBIT: Mildred Thurmond 1909-1944 Arizona

Daroldeen Lutz
Location: Arizona

Mildred R. Thurmond passed away in Phoenix, Arizona on 31 December 1944 from pneumonia. Mildred was born in Pittsburg, Kansas in 1909. She was married twice. First, to Mr. Fred Peters, and second, to Mr. Shaw.

She was divorced from both husbands. She is survived by a daughter, Daroldeen Peters.
Mildred Thurmond and Senator Strom Thurmond were related.

OBIT: Ida Stewart died 1961 Arizona

Daroldeen Lutz
Location: Arizona

Ida May STEWART, 71, passed away September 1961, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mudersbach, of Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Stewart had lived in Arizona since 1927. Mrs. Stewart was born Ida May Stewart to Benjamin Franklin and Angeline Craig STEWART in Missouri. Ida was married twice. First, to Benjamin G. THURMOND, and after Mr. Thurmond passed away, she married Fred R. STEWART.

Ida May is survived by her husband, Fred, two daughters, Daisy Mudersbach, Phoenix, and Beulah Kelm of California, one son, Paul Thurmond, and one step-son, Robert Stewart, of Phoenix. Ida May Stewart was preceded in death by her oldest child, Mildred R. Thurmond. Mrs. Stewart has seven grandchildren and three g-grandchildren.

OBIT: Sarah Benner Peters 1833-1920 California

Sarah Ann BENNER PETERS, passed away 3 June 1920 in Santa Barbara, California. Sarah Ann was born 23 August 1833 in Dennysville, Maine. She was the daughter of John Haskell and Mary Ann WHITNEY BENNER. Sarah Ann was preceded in death by her husband of almost 49 years, Thomas W. Peters. Sarah Ann is buried beside her husband and her brother, Edward Bayles BENNER, in Litchfield, Minnesota. Sarah Ann was the mother of nine children. Three sons and six daughters.

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Location: Arizona

OBIT: Benjamin Thurmond 1886-1935 Arizona

Benjamin G. THURMOND passed away in Phoenix, Arizona on 26 April 1935, after many years of having tuberculosis. Mr. THURMOND was born in Missouri,in 1886.

Benjamin (known as Gus), met his future wife, Ida May STEWART, while he was performing on-stage in a Minstrel Show. Mr. THURMOND was a wonderful singer and whistler. He and Ida May STEWART were married in 1908.

Benjamin was a son of William Anderson and Elizabeth E. McCORD THURMOND. Benjamin and Ida May THURMOND were the parents of three daughters and one son.

Submitter: Daroldeen Lutz
Location: Arizona

DEATH CERT: William Grayson 1909-1978 California

William S. Grayson b:JANUARY 13, 1909 IN Arkansas; d:December 6, 1978 in Folsom, Sacramento, Calif.

Funeral Services at Miller Funeral Home-Folsom.

Interment Lakeside Memorial Lawn,Calif.

Surviving are his wife, 3 sons & 4 daughters, several sisters.

DEATH CERT: James Miller, Michigan 1845-1908

Location: Arkansas

Hi!! Here is the death certificate of my great-great-uncle, James Pittman Miller, of Detroit, Michigan.

Birthdate: 02/14/1845
Place: MI

Name of Father: Richard Miller(born in England)
Name of Mother: Anna Higgins (born in England)

Age at marriage: 23 years old.

Date of Death: 08/27/1908
Cause of Death: Bright's disease and contributory paralysis.
Age at Death: 63 years, 7 mo., 13 days.

Place of Burial: Redford Cemetery - 08/31/1908.

James was married to Anna Van Curen Miller, and they had three children: Lettie, Ella, and Clyde, all 3 of whom are still living.

Date filed: August 31, 1908


OBIT: Joseph Maculuso, Michigan

Joseph "Guiseppi" Macaluso, 82 of 2154 McKee Ave. SW, a retired Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co. coach yard employee, died Sunday morning at his home. (Died February 24, 1963)

Mr. Macaluso, who had retired in 1951 after 26 years with the railway, was a native of Sicily and had moved to Grand Rapids about 50 years ago.

He was a member of the Brotherhood of the Railway Carmen of America, Local 789 and of Our Laby of Sorrows Church and of its Crucifix and Holy Name Societies.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. C. Jack Aalders and Mrs. Dominic Coniglia; a son, Dominic; five grandchildren and six greatgranchildren. His wife, Mary, died more than 25 years ao.

Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in Our Lady of Sorrows Church with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. The body is at the Ronan Funeral Home.

OBIT: William Finn died 1928 Ontario

Obituary for W.(William) Finn

January 7, 1928

Called to Higher Service
Color-sergeant Finn, Ridgetown (Kent Co., Ontario, Canada)

In the early hours of Sunday morning, November 27th, Color-Sergeant W.(William) Finn, suddenly passed away. Our comrade was a faithful follower of the lamb, and an example to many because of his readiness to pray and testify. Before his end the Color-Sergeant was able to give the blessed assurance that all was well with his soul.

On Tuesday afternoon, November 29, Adjutant Harrison conducted an impressive Funeral service at the Citadel. All present were moved as the Adjutant spoke of the veteran's faithfulness to the Flag at all times. The Band played softly the promoted comrade's favorite song, "My Jesus I love Thee," after which Mrs. Adjutant Harrison and Young People's Sergeant-Major L. Down rendered very sweetly in duet, "The Beautiful Land." The large assemble, as well as many floral tributes, testified to the affection in which our comrade was held. Adjutant Harrison committed the remains to the grave in Greenwood Cemetery.---M.W.C.

Submitter Angie
Location: Michigan I added the information In ().

Saturday, August 21, 2004

OBIT: Nicholas Bogovich, 1927-2001, Ohio

Submitter: Sue Zeaken
Location: Garden Grove, CA

Obituary of Nicholas Bogovich from the Warren Ohio Tribune-Chronicle Wednesday, November 28, 2001.

Niles--Nicholas Bogovich 73, 86 Fairlawn Ave., died 4:55 p.m. Monday Nov. 26, 2001, at St. Joseph Health Center. He was born Dec. 19, 1927, in Warren, a son of Thomas and Julia Krnyaich Bogovich, and was a lifelong area resident.Mr. Bogovich had worked 35 years at Grinnell as a machinist, retiring in 1985. He was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Niles, Infant Jesus of Prague Guild and Pipefitters Union Local 641 and the Niles Band Boosters.

An avid car enthusiast, he enjoyed traveling, doing body work and car shows and volunteered for several projects at Our Lady of Lebanon Shrine.In addition to his wife, Louise D. Naples Bogovich, whom he married July 11, 1953, he leaves three sons, Nicholas of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Joseph and Thomas, both of Niles; a sister, Angie Williamson of Warren; and three grandchildren. A brother, Michael is deceased.

Friends may call 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Robert P. McDermott Memorial Home. The funeral service is 1 p.m. Friday at the church. Burial will be at All Souls Cemetery in Bazetta.

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Thursday, July 22, 2004

OBIT: Ronald Pavia 1959-1978

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Friday, 17 Feb 1978
pg. 50

Soldier killed under truck at Carson

FORT CARSON (AP) - A 19-year-old Army private, Ronald PAVIA of Whittier, Calif., was killed when he was pinned under a fuel-transport truck that overturned during maneuvers, a spokesman said.

PAVIA, a passenger in the truck, was pronounced dead at the scene by a doctor flown to the site in a helicopter.

OBIT: Lottie Clements 1873-1931

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Location: Sun City, Arizona


Mrs. Lottie May CLEMENTS, 58, wife of M.T. CLEMENTS of Lone Jack, died at her home Thur. afternoon of last week, after being struck by a motor car, on the way to the Lone Jack Baptist church.

Mrs. CLEMENTS is survived by her Husband, Milton T, CLEMENTS, of Lone Jack; three sons Earl and John CLEMENTS, both of Lone Jack and Homer CLEMENTS, Grain Valley; four daughters, Jessie CLEMENTS, Lone Jack, Mrs. Fern HARTLEY and Mrs Mamie MULLIGAN, both of Lee’s Summit and Margaret CLEMENTS of the home.

Lottie May SMITH, the youngest daughter of Thomas and Frances SMITH of North Carolina, was born near Lone Jack, Mo, Sept 1873. She was united in marriage to Milton Thomas CLEMENTS in 1892.

Pleasant Hill Times

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DEATH CERT: Herbert Lee died 1918 France

Ted Wilshaw
Location: Tewantin Queensland

My Father's history:
Herbert Lee. Regimental Number,53851
Died,Tuesday 29th Oct. Cemetary
Vis-en-artois Memorial France (Pas de-Calais)

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

OBIT: Frank Smith 1866-1919


Frank SMITH departed this life Feb 6, 1919 after a brief illness of influenza and pneumonia. Frank lived all his life on the farm where he was born fifty-three years ago.

He leaves three sisters, Mrs Wm ROLLS, Mrs Milton CLEMENTS and Mrs Joe SPAINHOUR. His funeral was conducted at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon, Feb 7th by Rev HARDY from the home. The burial occurred at Lone Jack. He will be missed by many friends.

Oak Grove Banner
February 14, 1919

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OBIT: Blanche Clements died 1994


Blanche L CLEMENTS, 86, died July 23, 1994 In the Liberty Terrace Care Center, where she lived. Services will be at 2pm Monday at the Langsford-Cox Chapel; burial in the Lone Jack Cemetery in Jackson County.

Friends may call from 1-2pm Monday at the chapel. Mrs CLEMENTS was a lifelong area resident. She attended Liberty Manor Baptist Church. Her husband, John W CLEMENTS Sr, died in 1945. Survivors include two sons, John W CLEMENTS Jr, Kansas City and Richard CLEMENTS, Hot Springs, Ark; three daughters, Joan TERRILL, Liberty, Jessie WILLIS, Lawson in Ray County, and Gwen MULLIN, Excelsior Springs; a sister, Myrtle PERRDUE, Kansas City, 27 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren.

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OBIT: Jonathan Clements died 1896


Near Lone Jack, last Friday, an old gentleman names CLEMENTS and his wife were returning home from Lee’s Summit, when the horse became unmanageable and ran away, throwing Mr CLEMENTS and his wife from the buggy. Mrs. CLEMENTS escaped without great injury, but the latest report, Wednesday evening, says Mr CLEMENTS was still unconscious and it is thought that he cannot recover.

P. H. Times – Oct 30, 1896
Mr CLEMENTS died on Nov 10, 1896

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OBIT: John Clements 1897-1965, Missouri

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John W CLEMENTS, 67, of 508 Thornton street, Liberty, died yesterday at the University of Missouri Medical Center in Columbia. He was born in Lone Jack, and lived 25 years in Liberty and Clay County. Mr CLEMENTS was a Baptist.

He leaves his wife, Mrs Blanche CLEMENTS of the home, four daughters, Mrs Joan TERRILL, Liberty, Mrs Mary Jane EIDSON, Mack’s Creek, Mo., Mrs Jessie WILLIS, Lawson, Mo., Mrs Gwen MULLIN, Liberty; two sons, Richard CLEMENYS, 3600 East Seventy-second street, North, and John W CLEMENTS jr, Lawson, Mo.; a brother, Homer CLEMENTS, representative from the Jackson County 12th district, 1234 South Main street, Independence; four sisters, Mrs Jessie MYERS, 5937 Charlotte, Mrs Fern HARTLEY, Sunrise Beach, Mo., Mrs Mamie MULLIGAN, Lee’s Summit and Mrs Margaret PIPER, 1814 South Vermont, Indpendance and 13 Grandchildren.

Services will be at 1:30 o’clock Thursday at the Langsford chapel, Lee’s Summit; burial in the Long Jack Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 o’clock Wednesday night at the Chapel.


Saturday, May 22, 2004

FUNERAL CARD: Edward Gabriel 1863-1915

Edward Gabriel, Died Jan. 1, 1915, Aged 52 Years. Gone but not forgotten.

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OBIT: Georgia Shore 1903-2003, Kansas

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Georgia R. Shore

Georgia R. Shore passed away Thursday, May 29, 2003, at the John Knox Care Center. She was born to William and Eliza (Lida) ROLLS in Lone Jack, MO on October 13, 1903. She graduated from Oak Grove High School and received her teacher certification from Central Missouri Teachers College at Warrensburg. She taught school prior to her marriage to Mark SHORE on August 11, 1925.

They lived and farmed in the Lone Jack and Pleasant Hill area during their 47 years of marriage. Mr. SHORE passed away on July 23, 1973. Georgia moved from the farm to Lee's Summit in 1980 and to John Knox Village where she lived for 19 years.

She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Lee's Summit. Services will be held Tuesday, June 3, at the First Baptist Church of Lee's Summit, 1st and Douglas Streets. Visitation will be at 1 p.m. with Service following at 2 p.m. Burial will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

Her survivors include her daughter, Pauline HINCK of Raytown, MO; two granddaughters, Cindy BOWMAN of Leawood, KS and Karen KUPERSMITH of Warrensburg, MO; two great-grandsons, Kyle and Tyler KUPERSMITH; and several nieces and nephews. (Arrangements: Wallace Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill, MO)

Published in the Kansas City Star on 6/1/2003.

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OBIT: Nellie Rolls 1898-1988 Oregon

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"The Kansas City Star"

Nellie N. ROLLS, 90, Portland, Ore. formerly of Lone Jack in Jackson County, died March 26, 1988, at a hospital in Portland. She was born in Lone Jack and lived in Thrall, Kan. for 40 years before moving to Portland in 1962. Mrs. ROLLS was a member of the Westside Church of Christ, Portland. Survivors include a son, Clarence R. ROLLS, Portland; a brother, Howard HUNT, Pagosa Springs, Colo.; and two sisters, Marie CHURCH, Oak Grove, and Lena SMITH, Bates City, Mo. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Lone Jack Cemetery.

OBIT: John Rolls 1920-2003, Arizona

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John Gerald Rolls
[My uncle]

John Gerald ROLLS, 83, passed away on September 28, 2003, in Peoria, AZ. He was born June 18, 1920 in Kansas City, MO to Hubert and Alma HOLT ROLLS. He married June LEAVITT, who preceded him in death, on August 22, 1942, in Long Beach, CA. He is survived by two children, Jack (Cathy) ROLLS of CA and Judy (Alan) TURCO of NC; three grandchildren, Darrin (Carie) ROLLS of CA, David (Crystal) SAN JUAN of Egypt and Christine (Donald) SKYLES of NC; seven great grandchildren, Kory, Brett, Joshua, Tyler, Hope and Nickolas ROLLS of CA and Tristan SKYLES of NC.

He served in the Army during WWII and retired, with the rank of Master Sgt. from the Air Force. They moved to Sun City, AZ from HI 25 years ago.

Memorial service will take place at 2:00pm, Monday, October 6, 2003, at Sun City Christian Church, 9745 W. Palmeras, at 98th Ave, Sun City, AZ. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your local Hospice.

Published in the Arizona Republic on 10/5/2003.

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

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Thursday, April 22, 2004

OBIT: Clarence Rolls, 1899-1960 Kansas

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"The Kansas City Times"
Monday, October 31, 1960

Clarence E. ROLLS, 61, a former resident of Jackson County, died Saturday of a heart attack at his home in Thrall, Kas. He had just returned from a hunting trip when he was stricken. He was born in Lone Jack, and farmed in Jackson County before moving to Thrall about 30 years ago. He was employed by Greenwood County there. He was a member of the Lone Jack Baptist church.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nellie ROLLS of the home; a son, Clarence R. ROLLS, Medford, Ore.; four sisters, Mrs. Viola SPEARS and Mrs. Willeta SCOTT, both of Pleasant Hill; Mrs. Vivian TAPSCOTT, Lee's Summit, and Mrs. Mark SHORES, Lone Jack; two brothers, Guy ROLLS, Lee's Summit, and Elmer ROLLS, Buckner, and one grandchild. Services will be at 3 o'clock Tuesday at the church; burial in Lone Jack cemetery.

Buckner, Jackson Co, MO
Lee’s Summit, Jackson Co, MO
Lone Jack, Jackson Co, MO
Medford, Jackson Co, OR
Pleasant Hill, Cass Co, MO
Thrall, Greenwood Co, KS

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