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.

Daroldeen Lutz
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.

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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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