Matches 151 to 200 of 300
|151||Cause of death believed to be tuberculosis||Comstock, Martha Ann (I1287)
|152||Cause of death believed to be tuberculosis||Comstock, Alberta (I1286)
|153||cause of death reported as tuberculous||Reynolds, Exie Lovan (I1374)
|154||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Krieger, J.H. (I497)
|155||Clara E. Corder, 82|
OCT. 18, 1921-SEPT. 3, 2004
MILLVILLE, W.Va. - Clara E. Corder, 82, of Millville, died Friday, Sept. 3, 2004, at City Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va.
Born Oct. 18, 1921, in Jefferson County, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Daniel Bussard and Mary Dillow Bussard.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Levi Corder Jr., in 1968.
She had been employed by Basch's Fruit Packing Co. in Ranson, W.Va.
She was of the Pentecostal faith.
She is survived by three daughters, Pearl Carpenter of Hedgesville, W.Va., and Linda L. Divelbliss and Doris L. Smith, both of Martinsburg; two sons, Franklin Corder of Martinsburg, and Donald Corder at home; 11 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two daughters, Mary Green and Patricia Bentz; five sisters; five brothers; and two grandsons.
Services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home, Charles Town, W.Va. The Revs. Dottie Dunham and Lane Fishel will officiate. Burial will be in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town.
The family will receive friends Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.
The Morning Herald
05 Sep 2004
|Bussard, Clara E. (I733)
|156||Cleveland Plain Dealer|
JENSIK, GEORGE F : Husband of Blanche (Obit.).
Plain Dealer 20 Oct, 1983, pg. 15 sec. D
|Jensik, George P. (I1151)
|157||Cleveland Plain Dealer|
KLABIK, WILLIAM F : Husband of Mary (Obit.).
Plain Dealer 26 Jul, 1987, pg. 15 sec. D
|Klabik, William F. (I1100)
|158||Cleveland Plain Dealer|
STEINMETZ, MYRTLE: Wife of late Walter-Obit
Plain Dealer 10 Feb, 1997, pg. 6 sec. B
|Eppard, Myrtle V. (I1053)
|159||Cleveland Plain Dealer|
STEINMETZ, WALTER G : Husband of Myrtle (Obit.).
Plain Dealer 14 Jan, 1981, pg. 07 sec. E
|Steinmetz, Walter G. (I1138)
|160||Cleveland Plain Dealer:|
Title: PIERRE, ENEA M : Husband of Helen M (Obit.).
In: Plain Dealer 01 Sep, 1986, pg. 11 sec. D
|Pierre, Enea Mario (I1213)
|161||Cleveland Public Library Necrology File|
Name: Krieger, Herman H.
Date: March 22, 1921
Source: Source unknown; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #047.
Notes: Krieger-Herman H., at his residence, 2183 W. 81st street, age 47 years. Funeral services from St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran church, corner of Dudley and Elton avenues, Wednesday, at 2 p. m. Burial at Fairview Village cemetery.
|Krieger, Herman Henry (I1)
|162||Comstock, John - Pvt. - Captured in Shannon Co. Mo. July 15, 1863. Sent to Camp Morton, Ind.||Comstock, Jonathan (I1294)
|163||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family F645
|164||Cremated at Ferncliff Crematory, New York, New York, USA||Finnell, Harry Wesley (I2510)
|165||Cuyahoga Marriage Index shows last name as "Lauer". Her obit in the Cleveland Necrology File shows "Fligor". This could be an OCR scan that didn't come out correctly.||Lauer, Amelia E. (I2261)
|166||Death certificate lists occupation as blacksmith in the horse shoe industry||Cross, Alonzo L. Jr. (I2866)
|167||Died as the result of a chainsaw accident||Reynolds, Ossie Alvin (I1363)
|168||Died at Baxter General Hospital, Mountain Home, Baxter, Arkansas, USA||Melton, Josephine (I1366)
|169||Died at Central CR Hospital||Myrick, Vivan Hepsibiah (I1704)
|170||Died at Firelands Community Hospital||Hoehn, Evelyn Marie (I1911)
|171||Died at Skyline Terrace Nursing Home||Gibson, Lyle Franklin (I1884)
|172||Died at the age of three years old of an overdose of asprin. They were living on Parkview Dr.||Schaffer, Dorthoy (I1079)
|173||Died at the Albion Michigan Community Hospital||Williams, Claude H. (I1836)
|174||Died at the Bakersfield Hospital||Williams, John A. (I1834)
|175||Died at the Newport Hospital||Reynolds, William Columbus Sr (I948)
|176||Died at the V.A. Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas from cancer. He was a resident of Salesville, Arkansas for 2 years and a former resident of Texas.||Reynolds, Hershel Lee (I1372)
|177||Died from heat stroke||Smith, Martha Jane Rosetta (I227)
|178||Died in infancy||Reynolds, Bobby Gene Jr. (I1388)
|179||Died of a heart attack||Webb, Jess Issac (I1345)
|180||Ester died at the age 6||Dover, Ester E. (I1547)
|181||Ezra McMullen and Addie Westbrook were married at his house. Minister David Hawkins of the M.P. Church presided over the ceremony.||Family F150
|182||First name is listed as 'Charles', should read 'Carl'.||Krieger, Carl (I939)
|183||First name is listed as 'Mary', should read 'Maria'.||Schmidt, Maria (I941)
|184||Franklin P. Corder Sr., 57|
SEPT. 23, 1948-JAN. 5, 2006
MILLVILLE, W.Va. - Franklin P. Corder Sr., 57, of Millville, died Thursday, Jan. 5, 2006, at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Martinsburg, W.Va.
Born Sept. 23, 1948, in Jefferson County, W.Va., he was the son of the late Levi Corder Jr. and Clara E. Bussard Corder.
He was a construction worker.
He was of the Pentecostal faith.
He was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the U.S. Army.
He is survived by one son, Franklin P. Corder Jr. of Charles Town, W.Va.; three sisters, Pearl Carpenter of Hedgesville, W.Va., and Linda L. Divelbliss and Doris L. Smith, both of Martinsburg; one brother, Donald Corder of Millville; one grandchild; nieces; and nephews.
He was preceded in death by two sisters, Mary Green and Patricia Bentz.
Services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Charles Town. The Rev. Lane Fishel will officiate. Burial will be in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town.
Friends will be received at the funeral home one hour prior to the service.
The Morning Herald
07 Jan 2006
|Corder, Franklin P. Sr. (I737)
|185||Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Charles Abanthy and Rev. Raymond Goza in the People's Tabernacle Church in Black Rock, Arkansas under the direction of Higginbotham Funeral Home.||Lamberth, Aquilliar Osborn (I492)
|186||Funeral services were conducted in the Roller Chapel by Brother Erwin Barnes.||Reynolds, James Edward (I1361)
|187||Funeral Services were held on Sat. Nov 6, 1976 at 10:00 AM in the First Baptist Church in Black Rock, AR., with John Eason of Black Rock, officiating. She was buried in the Kelly Cemetery in Black Rock under the direction of Higginbotham Funeral Home.||Thornton, Mae Adeline (I1542)
|188||Funeral was directed by the Fowler, McClure Funeral Home.|
Services were conducted on Tuesday at the Arkana Baptist Church by Reverend Paul Huskey
|Melton, Josephine (I1366)
|189||Had a border, Richard Driskill, residing with the Robinson Family||Robinson, Dr. James Madison (I2374)
|190||He as twin to Hester Dover||Dover, Chester (I1548)
|191||HEPNER, RUTH C : Mother of Helen J (Obit.).|
Plain Dealer 04 Nov, 1990, pg. 11 sec. B
|Ambrose, Ruth Carrie (I1057)
|192||HEPNER, RUTH M : Wife of Marvin (Obit.).|
Plain Dealer 01 Jan, 1986, pg. 10 sec. C
Ruth M Hepner, 66, Macedonia, dies after car strikes utility pole
Plain Dealer 31 Dec, 1985, pg. 08 sec. D
|Mansey, Ruth (I1157)
|193||Her name is listed as "Lilly D. Helms" on 1900 Arkansas Census||Gibbs, Dalila D. (I2366)
|194||Information supplied by granddaughter, Kristina Rose Antoniussen-Ansen Seeley.||Nummilin, Sophia (I2540)
|195||Information supplied by niece, Kristina Rose Antoniussen-Ansen Seeley||Henrikson, Ralph Vincent (I2542)
|196||It appears Elizabeth Comstock is living with her daughter, Delila and husband William Shoemake on the 1880 Census. She is marked as 'Widowed', so John Comstock must have passed away between 1870 and 1880||Farrar, Elizabeth (I1289)
|197||It has been reported the George S. Kankey died at Camp Polk, Louisiana of pneumonia.||Kankey, George S. (I1463)
|198||It would appear the Ansel Reynolds was involved in the Tutt-Everett War.|
On 27 Sep 1849, the current Governer of Arkansas, ordered the Searcy County Sheriff to arrest members of the Everett family and friends involved in the killing of King family members.
Here is an excerpt from that order:
"And on the day and year last aforesaid, at the county aforesaid Jesse Mooney, Mathew Adams, John Adams, John W. Cowan, Ansel Reynolds, Elgin Ely, Thompson Lane, William Royalston, Joseph Goodall, Henry Stephens and John Everett Sr., not being present at the killing aforesaid, did counsel advise and encourage the killing and murder of the said Loomis Y. King. William Y. King Sr. and William Y. King Jr. in manner aforesaid"
This site gives an overview of the Tutt-Everrett War:
|Reynolds, Ansel (I1855)
|199||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family F443
|200||KREBS, FLORENCE K : Wife of late Paul F Sr (Obit.).|
Plain Dealer 30 Jan, 1981, pg. 11 sec. C
|Huge, Florence K. (I743)