MISCELLANEOUS OBITUARIES
(These obits are in no particular order or category.  This page is
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Robert Ash Of Avoca Dies
Robert Ash; 218 Pittston Ave., Avoca, died Monday afternoon in Scranton Mercy Hospital.
Born in Avoca, he was employed by Gaylord and Butler Company, Scranton.  He was an Army veteran of World War II.
Mr. Ash formerly served as an Avoca School Board director.  He was a member of Avoca United Methodist Church.
Surviving are his wife, the former Greta Ziegler; daughters: Mrs. Sandra Howell, at home; Mrs. Judy Swaydla, Old Forge; Mrs. Carole Lord, Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. Beverly Dormaden, Simi Valley, Calif.; sons, Robert Jr., Scranton; David, Quakertown; Richard, Reseda, Calif.; 15 grandchildren; brother, Lester, Intercession City, Fla.
Funeral will be Thursday at 11 from A. F. O'Malley Funeral Home, 728 Main St., Avoca, with Rev. Donald Elliott, pastor of Avoca UM Church, officiating.  Interment in Springbrook Cemetery.  Friends may call Tuesday, 7 to 9 and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 8.


From The Knoxville News Sentinel 14 Jan 2000

HICKS, JESSE - 77 of Jacksboro, passed away Wed., Jan. 12, at the LaFollette
Medical Center. He was a member of Rand Avenue Baptist Church, Dayton, Ohio,
& Jacksboro Masonic Lodge #322. Mr. Hicks was a U.S. Army veteran &retired
from General Motors. Preceded in death by parents David & Nancy (Scott)
Hicks. Survivors: wife, Alice Hicks, Jacksboro; sons, Carl Hicks, Cincinnati,
Ohio, Jesse Hicks, Kissimmee, Fla.; daughters, Janet Houston, LaFollette,
Dollie Schenck, Dayton, Ohio, Reti Hecter, Knoxville; 10 grandchildren; 9
great grandchildren; brothers, Kenny Hicks, LaFollette, Jim Hicks, & David
Hicks both of Dayton, Ohio, John Hicks, Gainesville, Fla.; sisters, Helen
Brown, Knoxville, Lucinda Wright, LaFollette, Julie Randall, Dayton, Ohio,
Virgie Cline, Springfield, Ohio. Funeral services 1 p.m. Sat. Jan. 15, at
Cross Chapel Rev. Ronnie Arnold officiating. Interment Hicks Cemetery. The
family will receive friends 11 a.m. till 12:45 p.m. with Masonic services by
Jacksboro Masonic Lodge #322 Sat. prior to funeral services. Cross Funeral
Home

MILLER, EVA LOUISE - age 85, of Norris, passed away Thursday, January 13,
2000 at Mariner Health Care. She was a Charter member of Norris First Baptist
Church in which she played an important role in the founding of the church.
The Norris First Baptist Church started as a mission in 1948 in Norris with
the help of Clinton First Baptist Church. She and her family were active in
the church even at this time. She also sang for many years in the church
choir and taught Sunday School for many children over the years in the
Primary & Beginner Classes. She was very active in all activities concerning
the church and always ready and willing to do anything within her power to
edify the church. Before retiring, she had worked as a salesclerk at Miller's
Department Store in Knoxville and then worked as an Appraiser for the J.L.
Jacob's Company in Chicago, Ill. Preceded in death by husband, Longmire
Duncan Miller; parents, Martin Luther & Martha Wilkerson Lucas; son, Richard
Lucas Miller; sisters, Flora Swaggerty, Edna Norman, and Nora Alice Foust;
brothers, Bob Lucas & Roy Lucas. Eva was born September 8, 1914 in Anderson
County. Survivors: daughters, Barbara K. Hayes of Heber Springs, Ark., Martha
Ann Kennedy of Hernando, Miss., Nora D. Webb of Powell; sister, Dessie Powell
of Powell; special friend, Emogene Dalton of Norris; 9 grandchildren; 12
great grandchildren. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Saturday,
January 15, 2000, at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton. Funeral services
will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, January 16, 2000, in the chapel with Rev. David
Seiber & Rev. T.D. Hooker officiating. Interment will follow at Zion Cemetery
in Claxton. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Norris, Norris,
TN 37828; or St. Mary's Hospice, 7447 Andersonville Pike, Knoxville, TN
37938, in memory of her son, Richard Lucas Miller. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home
in charge of all arrangements.

STEVENS, VORETTA BOWERS - age 86, of Oak Ridge, passed away Wednesday,
January 12, 2000 at the Methodist Medical Center. She was preceded in death
by husband, Clarence Luther Stevens; 2 sons, C.L. Stevens, Jr. and Richard
Lee Stevens. She is survived by: daughter, JoAnn Hyer of Warren, Ohio; sons
and daughters-in-law, Donald and Dean Stevens of Rockwood, Ralph and Brenda
Stevens of Clinton, Michael and Eleanor Stevens of Oak Ridge; daughters and
sons-in-law, Shirley and Caroll Greene of Clinton, Wilma and Phillip Nichols
of Knoxville; brother, Maynard Bowers of Hampton; sister, Pauline Comer of
West Newton, Penn.; 22 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren; 5 great great
grandchildren. Graveside services will be held on Saturday January 15, 1999
at 2 p.m. at Oak Ridge Memorial Park with Rev. Dwight Bass officiating.
Memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 6324 Papermill Rd.,
Knoxville, TN 37919. The family will receive friends tonight (1-14-2000) 6-8
p.m. at Weatherford Mortuary, Oak Ridge.

WEBBER, MILDRED RUTH CALLAN - age 84 of Clinton, passed away Wednesday,
January 12, 2000 at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. Member of South
Clinton Baptist Church. Retired from Lakeshore Mental Health Institute.
Preceded in death by parents, Frank & Pearl Callan; and brother, Frank
Callan, Jr. Survivors, daughter & son in law, Kathy & David Wilson, Powell;
son, Kenneth F. Webber, Clinton; sister, Mabel Callan Denny, Clinton;
grandson, Sean Wilson; nephew, Frank Denny; sister in law, Margaret Callan.
Graveside service 1 p.m. Saturday at Meridian Baptist Church Cemetery with
Rev. Greg Howard officiating. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Friday
at Berry Funeral Home, Chapman Hwy. www.berryfuneralhome.com



John Robb Passes Away
(he died in Washington State in 1911)

Another pioneer has answered the call to his last reward.  At two-o'clock
p.m. last Thursday February 9th, JOHN ROBB of Norman departed this life
full of years and cheered by the happy thought that his life's work has
been satisfactory.  The deceased passed away at the home of his brother,
ROBERT ROBB at Norman where the funeral services were conducted at 12:30
last Sunday by the Rev. N.E. Wood of the M.E. Church of Stanwood, at the
home of ROBERT ROBB.  The last services were attended by a large concourse
of friends of the deceased at the grave, who in face of inclement weather
gathered from Everett, Snohomish, Arlington and all the portions of the
Stillaguamish Valley to pay respects to a life-long friend, neighbor and
pioneer of Snohmish County.  The floral offerings were profuse and attested
the high esteem in which the deceased was held by all who knew him.  Burial
services were held at the grave in the Florence Cemetery where the remains
were laid to rest in the shadow of the forest which always held for the
deceased in life many happy reflections of the early pioneer days when he
first settled on his farm when but one other white man lived on the river
above him.

The deceased was born in the County of Armagh, Ireland, January 28th, 1837
and at the time of his death seventy-four years of age and twelve days old.
When four years of age he moved with his parents to Perth County, Ontario
which was then a wilderness and there resided until he reached manhood's
estate.  When he heard of the gold fields of the Fraser River and departed
thence in search of gold as many others did at the time.  This journey was
made by way of Isthmus of Panama to San Francisco and not receiving much
encouragement on the gold output on the Fraser at the time, he came to
Puget Sound where  he remained for the most part until his death.  In 1874
he formed a partnership with Robert Hamell in logging on the Snohmish
River.  In 1876 he took up the present land near Norman which was his home
at the time of his death.  Frequently he encountered difficulties
incidental to pioneer life when all freight and passenger travel was done
by boat and barges up and down the river in these trying times the dehoused
all adversities with courage and fortitude which is characteristic of the
early settlers.

The deceased was never married and leaves to mourn his loss, his brother
ROBERT ROBB of Norman who remained at his bedside till the end ISAIAH ROBB
of Palmerston, Ontario and a sister ISABELLE ROWE of Verden Manitoba.  He
was a man of high character with an intense honesty of purpose and yielded
not to any manner of transaction that savored of ill treatment or injustice
to his fellow-man.  He had a forbearance for those who sought to injure him
by word or deed and always lent a helping hand to those who needed
assistance in the battle of life.  His demise will cause a vacant place in
his circle of friends that can't be filled.  His stories of the early
settlers will be heard no more, but his deeds will live in the hearts of
his friends as an echo from the other shore.



MITSOS
 On December 21, 1966, NINA (nee Platounaris), of 5603 Denwood avenue;
beloved wife of Costas N. Mitsos,  devoted mother of Kitsa Mitsos and sister
of Messrs. Simon and John Platounaris.
 Funeral from Matthews Funeral Home, 3021 Eastern avenue (at Decker avenue),
on Friday, 10:15 A.M.  Services at the Greek  Orthodox Church of the
Annuniation at 11 A.M.  Interment in the Greek Orthodox Cemetery.  The family
request friends call from 6 to 9 P.M.
(The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 1966)

MUSK
 On December 26, 1966, ALBERT, beloved husband of the late Bertha Musk,
devoted father of Mrs. Joseph E. Kaufman, Pasadena, Cal.; Mrs. Gertrude
Miller, of Atlantic City, N.N. and Pasadena, Cal.; Mrs Elmer L. Sydney, of
Baltimore, and the late Laura Helen Gaybis, of Baltimore.  Also survived by
nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
 Services at Sol Levinson and Bros. Home, 6010 Reisterstown road (at
Pinkney), on Thursday, December 29, at 11 A.M.  Interment United Hebrew
Cemetery, Moses Montiflore Woodmoor Hebrew Congregation, Washington
Boulevard.  Please omit flowers.  In mourning at 3413 Old Court road.
(The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 1966)

MUSK
 Beth El Congregation deeply regrets teh passing of our beloved member,
ALBERT MUSK.  We extend our sincere sympathy to the family.
  RABBI DR. JACOB B. AGUS,
            MILTON ROSEMAN,
                 President
( The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 1966)

PRZYBOROWSKI
 On December 27,  1966,  STANISHLAUS B., of 6905 Railway avenue, Graceland
Park, beloved husband of the late Veronica Przyborowski and beloved father of
Mr. Stanley J. Przyborowski; also survived by tow grandchildern.
 Funeral services at the Walter Dabrowski Funeral Home, 1005 Dundalk avenue
(at O'Donnell street) on Saturday at 8 A.M.  Requiem High Mass at Sacred
Heart of Mary Church at 9 A.M.  Interment Holy Rosary Cemetery.  Friends may
call from 20 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
(The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 1966)

QUILLIN
 On December 27, 1966, MARY J. (nee Kaiserski), of 88 Mellor avenue,
Catonsville, beloved wife of Harry Quillin and mother of Mrs. Hazel V. Witte.
  Prayers at MacNabb & Son, 301 Frederick road, at Beltway exit 13,
Catonsville, on Friday at 8:30 A.M.  Requiem Mass at St. Mark's Church at 9
A.M.  Interment in Cathedral Cemetery.  Visiting hours from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9
P.M.
(The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 1966)

RITES
 On December 27, 1966, LEILA A. (nee Willis), of 4505 Frederick avenue,
beloved wife of Charles W. Rites and loving mother of Gloria A. Byrne, Lois
J. Espey, Charlotte R. Martin, Ronald E., Charles J., Thomas W., Daniel, and
Jancie O'Brien.  Mrs. Rites is also survived by twenty grandchildren.
 Funeral services will be held at the G.Truman Schwab Funeral Home of
Irvington, 3512 Frederick avenue, on Friday at 10 A.M.  Entombment in
Lorraine Mausoleum.  The family will receive friends from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9
P.M.
(The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland,   December 29, 1966)

ROCK
 On December 26, 1966, WILLIAM F. of 1621 E. 32nd street, beloved husband of
the late Dora B. Raecklein, devoted father of Mr. Raymond W. Rock and Mrs.
Dorothy A. Berg, grandfather of Wayne Berg, and father-in-law of Wayne.
 Funeral services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home Inc., 5305 Harford road
at Echodale on Thursday at 2 P.M.  Interment in the Moreland Memorial Park
Cemetery.



Carson City Morning Appeal; October 15, 1902; 312:

DEATH OF SAM BAKER; ANOTHER PIONEER PASSES IN HIS CHECKS; Biography Dictated
by Himself Years Ago.

 Samuel Baker, whose death is elsewhere recorded in this paper, was born in
Belfast, Ireland, December 1, 1829.  He came to America, a sailor boy, at the
age of fifteen, landing in New York, and was soon among the most ardent
lovers and faithful citizens of the great republic.  As a mariner he sailed
in American ships across the Atlantic ocean, visiting the principal seaports
of Europe and America, and was in the war with Mexico.  He was on the U. S.
transport ship Monterey, of Vera Cruz, at the time of the siege, this was in
1846.

November 8, 1848, he sailed from New York for California on the U. S.
transport ship Iowa, in company with eight other transport ships, having 350
U. S. troops on board under command of General Bennet F. Riley, the first
provisional Governor of California, under the acquisition of that territory
by the United States, his flag ship and head quarters being the Iowa, with
himself and the regimental band on board.  The fleet make the voyage
propitiously by way of Cape Horn, touching at Rio Janeiro and Valparaiso, and
arriving at San Francisco, March 14, 1849.

Subsequently Baker sailed in coasting service for a short time between San
Francisco and Santa Cruz, then struck out for the California gold diggings up
the Sacramento river, reaching Sutters Fort in June of that memorable year.
He traveled up to Smiths' Bar on the American river, just below Doten's Bar,
where he met with merely average mining success, and for about twenty years
he was backward and forward between the mining region and salt water.  He
visited Oregon in 1851 and for about a year after he got back was employed as
overseer at the Califorina (sic) State prison at San Quentin.

In July 1860, he came to Nevada from Benecia as wagon master with a train of
thirty-five U. S. government wagons, loaded with supplies for Fort Churchill.
 Subsequently he went with the California column, 3500 soldiers to Arizona,
where he was post wagon master at Tuscon, for several months.  For about four
years he rode pony express between Fort Yuma and San Diego, across desert
wastes and among hostle Indians and on his return to California took a wagon
train out to Star City, Humboldt county, in this State, for Col. C. F.
Snowden and Majoy Kyle.

In August 1863, Baker came to the Comstock lode, and soon got into regular
employment as brakeman at the hoisting works of the Gould & curry, Savage,
Yellow Jacket and other leading mines, following this occupation for about
ten years.  Then by way of variety, he turned his attention to the police
department and became city jailer at Virginia.

At an early hour in the morning of August 14, 1872, he, with others of the
police, detected a burglar on the roof of a C street saloon and in trying to
climb up an awning post after the fellow, Baker accidentally fell, striking
heavily on his shoulders and back.  Partial paralysis was the result
seriously affecting his limbs and lower part of the body; and so contimuing
to te(sic) time of his death.

He recovered sufficiently in about a year after his accident to serve as
watchman in the U. S. Mint Carson, for two or three years, and subsequently
kept a small cigar and variety store.

He married at Benecia in 1858 and leaves a son, formerly yard master on the
S. P. R. R. at Wadsworth, and a daughter, married at Butte, Mont, also five
grandchildren, all born in Carson City.

His last desire was that he should be buried under the auspices of the old
Pacific Coast Pioneers; and Native Sons of the Golden West.

The foregoing biographical obituary sketch was written from his own
dictation, heading and all, about eight years ago, at the earnest request of
old Sam himself, who evidently felt that his day of dissolution was not far
away, and wished to leave himself satisfactorily recorded.  He died with that
continued happy assurance and his surviving relatives may also be happily
assured that his last days ended amid homelike surroundings, peacefully and
well.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 15 Jan 2000

MITCHELL, HELEN B. - age 97, of Jellico, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2000
at Beech Tree Manor, Jellico. She was a member of the First Baptist Church.
Preceded in death by husband, Jacob Mitchell. Survived by 2 sons, Jack R.
Mitchell of Englewood, Fla., Ronald C. Mitchell of Venice, Fla.; daughter,
Kathleen M. Speaks of Chattanooga; 8 grandchildren, Carol S. Proud, Dianne
Speaks, Pamela M. Singer, Ronda M. Cosgrove, Randolph Mitchell, Kenneth
Mitchell, Danny Mitchell, & Donald Mitchell; 7 great grandchildren. The
family will receive friends at the First Baptist Church, Sunday, Jan. 16,
2000 1-2 p.m. with funeral services to follow at 2 p.m. with Dr. Chuck
Summers officiating. Interment: Jellico Cemetery. Pallbearers: Alex Housley,
A.B. Forman, Bob Daniel, Pat McClary, Millard Baird, Sterling Baird, & Allen
McClary. Cox & Son Funeral Home in charge.

MOYERS, CLAUDE JACOB - age 93, of 204 Hill Top Rd., LaFollette, passed away
Wednesday Jan. 12, 2000 at the LaFollette Medical Center. He was a member of
East LaFollette Baptist Church and a member of United Mine Workers. Preceded
in death by wife, Harriett Harmon Moyers; parents, Horace Maynard and Martha
Manivera Marsee Moyers; brothers, Rev. R.B., George W., and Oscar Moyers;
sisters, Minnie Georgia Moyers, Roxie Rains, and Lillie Mae Leach. Survived
by son, Jack Harmon of East Lake, Ohio; daughter, Ruby Harmon Pierce of
Speedwell; sisters, Katie Pruitt of Florida, Eunice Cooper of New Tazewell
and Cora Douglas of LaFollette; grandchildren, Sandra Ann Crawford of
Montville, Ohio, Ronald Allen Harmon of Chester, Va., Michael Charles Harmon
of Mentor on the Lake, Ohio, Jennifer Lynn Honsaker of Aurora, Ohio, Joseph
Ray, Daniel Wayne, Bruce Kelly, and David Brian Pierce, all of Speedwell;
great grandchildren, Daisy Jane Harmon, Bruce Crawford, Caleb Crawford,
Ashley Harmon, Nolan Honsaker, and Meri Clare Honsaker; and a host of other
relatives and friends. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 16, 2000
in the Chapel of Martin Wilson Funeral Home with Rev. Ralph Leach and Rev.
Don Martin officiating. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. The
family will receive friends Saturday 15, 2000 6-8 p.m. in the chapel of
Martin Wilson Funeral Home. Martin Wilson Funeral Home of LaFollette in
charge of arrangements.



From Hemenway's Vermont Historical Gazetteer
Montpelier, Vermont
pg. 529
Isiah Silver, for many years a leading merchant in town, died May 5, 1865,
aged 74, leaving five sons. George, William, Albert, Charles E; and Henry D;
a sergt. of Co. F of 1st U.S. artillery, who had the honor of planting the
American flag on the bloody hill of Cerro Gordo, in the Mexican war. he died
at San Juan de Ulloa, Mexica, June 7, 1848.

(pg. 532)
Montpelier, Vermont
The joint committee purchased of Isaiah Silver at a cost of $2210 about 40
acres, which are now inclosed and constitute Green Mount Cemetery, work on
which was commenced in the Autumn of 1854.

(pg. 309)
Montpelier, Vermont
 Jeremiah T. Marston, who read law in Montpelier and had just opened an
office became editor when Mr. Clark became proprietor.Resides (1879) in
Brooklyn, N.Y. He married Fanny, dau. of Isaiah Silver, of Montpelier.

(pg. 328)
Longevity of Montpelier.
1865 Isaiah Silver---74
(East Montpelier,VT



Eastside Journal, Bellevue, Washington
January 15, 2000
p. A4

Ann Sherburne Hawes
        Ann Sherburne Hawes of Mercer Island died Jan. 11, 2000, at Virginia
Mason Hospital in Seattle.  She was 82.
        Mrs. Hawes was born Feb. 27, 1917, in Browning, Mont.   She graduated
from Broadway High School in Seattle in 1934 and from the University of
Washington in 1938.  She had lived on the Eastside for 55 years.
        She married Kinne M. Hawes on July 8, 1939, in Seattle.
        A homemaker, Mrs. Hawes was a member of Chi Omega sorority and a
member
of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, where she was involved in many activities.  She
enjoyed playing bridge, razor clam digging and ocean beach life, reading, and
attending her children and grandchildren€s sporting events.
        Mrs. Hawes is survived by her sons Kinne F. Hawes of Shoreline and
Steve
Hawes and Jeff Hawes, both of Seattle, stepbrothers Clint Bloxom of Bellevue
and Robert Bloxom of Sequim; and six grandchildren.
        A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Emmanuel Episcopal
Church.
        Remembrances may be made to Hope Heart Institute, 556 18th Ave.,
Seattle, WA 98122, or the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, 4400 86th
S.E., Mercer Island, WA 98040.



Minneapolis Tribune - page 8, dated Jan. 1, 1911.

Larson - Ellen Engeberg Larson, aged 27 years, died Saturday at her home, 2517 Seventh street
south.  She is survived by her husband, one son, and a daughter.  Services from the home Tuesday
at 2:30 p.m.

Foss - Mrs. Julia Foss, aged 31 years, died Friday at Minnetonka Mills.  She is survived by her
husband and one child.  Services from the residence Monday at 1:30p.m.  Interment in Layman's
cemetery.

Ryan - Mrs. Ellen Ryan, aged 51 years, died Friday at the family residence, 556 Seventh avenue
north.  Funeral Monday at 9 a.m. from Immaculate Conception chruch.  Interment in Calvary
cemetery in St. Paul.

Onstad - Mrs. Anna Onstad, aged 90 years, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G.
Mentney. 413 Grand Street east.  She is survived by three (??) daughters and four sons.
Services from residence Tuesday 2 p.m. Interment in Layman's cemetery.

Day - William Day, aged 64 years, died at his home.  3532 Third avenue south, Saturday.
Services under the auspices of James Bryant Post No. 119, F. A. R., from the home Tuesday at
10:30 a.m. Interment in Lakewood cemetery.

Bailey - Anna (?) Lorretta Bailey, aged 22 years, died in Los Angeles, Saturday.  Funeral from
residence of her mother, Mrs. William C. Bailey, 1023 Seventeenth avenue south-????.  One
brother, George C. Bailey and two sisters, Mrs. Paul D. Carpenter and Mrs. Mary L. Evans
survive.  Funeral notice later.

Holton - Mrs. F. E. Holton, aged 45 years, wife of Frank E. Holton, died Saturday in ????? Cal.
She was born in Weywaga (?) Wis., in 1863 and lived in Minneapolis about (unreadable
sentence).... for the last eight months.  She is survived by three children, Russel, Helen, and
Murlen.  Funeral announcement later.

Magnuson - Jennie Magnuson, aged 53 years, died Saturday at her home, 1011 Washington avenue
south.  She is survived by her husband, one son, Fred Magnuson, and a daughter, Mrs. H. A.
Aberg.  Services from Moers & Lindquist undertaking rooms and from St. An?garius church,
Nineteenth avenue south and Fifth street, Tuesday at 2:15 p.m. Interment in Lakewood cemetery.

Old Settler Passes Away - Peter Gerber, aged 81 years, 1201 Main Street
northeast, died Saturday.  He was born in Germany, Feb. 14, 1829.  He came to America in 1856 and
settled in St. Paul.  In 1866 he removed to Minneapolis, then called St. Anthony, and lived here ever
since.  He is survived by his wife, five sons, Michael A., Mathias H., Joseph W., John J., and Peter F.,
and by one daughter, Mrs. John F. Wallerius.  Funeral from St. Boniface church, Seventh avenue,
northeast and Second street, Tuesday at 9a.m.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 16 Jan 2000

HELMS, ESTHER M.,(MRS. WILLIAM S. HELMS) - of Oak Ridge, originally from
Charlotte, NC., passed away 5:30 a.m. Saturday January 15, 2000 following a
stroke on December 8. She had lived in Oak Ridge since 1954. A member of the
Oak Ridge Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Mrs. Helms
is survived by her children, Billie Helms Calhoun and husband, Judge Edgar
Calhoun of Kingsport, Dr. Ronald Helms and wife, Mary W. Helms of Chapel
Hill, NC., Laverne Helms Arthur and husband, Ronald Arthur of Huntsville,
Ala., and Charles Helms and wife, Cindy Hales Helms of Atlanta; niece,
Shirley Young of Oak Ridge; brothers, Walter Murph, of Griffin, Ga. Ratchford
Murph of Statesville, NC.; grandchildren Melanie Calhoun of Kingsport,
Valerie C. and John Elkington of Memphis, Laura C. and Phillip Scruggs of
Nashville, Jennifer Calhoun of Knoxville, Laura Helms of Chapel Hill, Russell
Helms and wife, Wendy Greene of Chapel Hill, NC., Renee Coulter and Eddie
Wyant of South Bend, Ind., Cory and Heather Coulter of TwentyNine Palms,
Calif., Kevin and Margaret Ann Coulter of Jacksonville, NC., John and Brandy
Coulter of Oak Ridge, Julie Coulter of Oak Ridge, Pamela and Charles A.
Helms, II, of Knoxville, Christopher Helms of Nashville, Jeana and Johathan
Watkins of Knoxville; nephews, Chris and Penny Young of Ogden, Utah and Craig
Young of Oak Ridge; great grandchildren, Tristan Cox of Nashville, Colin
Wyant of South Bend, Ind., Jacob Watkins of Knoxville, Michael Coulter of
TwentyNine Palms, Calif., Brian Coulter of Jacksonville, NC. Her body will
lie in state from 2-2:30 p.m. Sunday January 16 at the Oak Ridge Ward of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, followed by a service at 2:30
p.m. Entombment at Oak Ridge Memorial Park. Pallbearers, John Coulter, John
Elkington, Charles Helms II, Christopher Helms, Russell Helms, Phillip
Scruggs, Johathan Watkins, Ed Wyant, Craig Young. Mynatt's of Knoxville is in
charge of arrangements.



Lafayette Daily Coourier     May 27, 1912    page 1

Godlove O. BEHM
  After a lingering illness with Bright's disease Godlove O. BEHM died at 5 o'clock last evening at the home of his sister, 818 North Tenth Stree. He was a son of the late Col. Godlove O. BEHM and was born in this city December 5, 1864. Mr. BEHM was engaged in the laundry business on North Fifth Street for a number of years and was well known. He possessed a pleasing personality and had many good qualities. He leaves the following brothers and sisters; John BEHM of Chicago; Misses Mary, Elizabeth, Rose, and Sarah BEHM, of this city. He was the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. A. Orth BEHM. The funeral services will be held from the residence at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Rev. O. R. McKay will officiate and the interment will be in Greenbush cemetery.



Catherine Anna Shivers
SHIVERS - At residence 933 Jackson Avenue, Monday morning June 23 1947, at
3:00 o'clock, Mrs. H.F. Shivers, aged 52 years. Wife of H.F. Shivers; mother
of Raymond and Eugene Shivers; daughter of P.J. Oneill; sister of Mrs. W.T.
Johnson and Mrs. D.A. Scruggs, all of this city. Funeral cortege will
proceed from the National Funeral Home 1177 Union Avenue tommorrow
(Wednesday) morning at 10:00 o'clock. Requiem mass will be celebrated at
Little Flower Catholic Church (corner Jackson Avenue and Belvedere St.) at
10:30 o'clock. Friends are invited. Internment in Calvary Cemetery.
Memphis Tennessee.

Mrs. Eddie Maude Redditt, 84 of 9454 Raleigh LaGrange Road, widow of Charles
Albert Redditt, at 6:30 am today at Baptist Hospital. She was a member of
Bethany Christian Church. She leaves three sons, William R. Redditt, Albert
P Redditt and Eddie Gene Redditt, all of Cordova Tenn.; a daughter, Mrs.
Jewel Baker of Cordova, a sister, Mrs. Buena Hamby of Ellendale; 11
grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Collierville Funeral Home in
Collierville.
Date unknown.

Mrs. Evelyn Shivers, 55 of 651 Rouge Bluff, Apt 2, widow of Robert Shivers,
died Monday at her home. Family Mortuary has charge. She leaves a son,
Ronnie Shivers, her mother, Mrs. Estella McNary, and four sisters, Mrs Annie
V Hilliard, Mrs Mary E Davis, Mrs. Geraldine Hooker and Miss Eloise McNary,
all of Memphis, four brothers, Jessie McNary Jr of Waco Texas, Robert Lee
Bryant and Joe Bryant, both of Gary Ind. and John L Bryant of Memphis
Date April-17-1984

Mrs. Emma Shivers McPherson, 91 of Memphis died Friday at Germantown
Community Hospital-Methodist East. Services will be at 10 am Monday at
Memorial Park Funeral Home with burial in Memorial Park. She was a member of
Raleigh Christian Church and a former member of Daughters of the United
Confederacy. Mrs McPherson, the widow of William Eldridge McPherson, leaves
a daughter, Mrs Velma Howard of Memphis, a son, William E McPherson Jr. of
Germantown, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The family asks
that any memorials be made to Raleigh Christian Church.
Date Feb-22-1991

Lebert Allen Shivers, 17 of Marion. Leaves his mother, Mrs Betty Shivers,
his father Lloyd Shivers and a brother, Bryan Shivers, all of Mario, his
grandparents, Mrs Bessie Reesor of Heber Springs and Mr. and Mrs Walter
Rimer of West Memphis Ark.
Date Aug-27-1978

Napoleon A. Strickland. of 749 Freeman will be buried in Memorial Park this
afternoon. Christian Science services will be read at 1 PM at Cosmopolitan
Funeral Home by Mrs Evelyn D Grove. Mr. Strickland died Friday night at his
home, He was 68. He was born in Lee City Ky and had lived in Memphis about
27 years. He had worked as a barber and was formerly in the real estate
business associated with R.N. Wallace. He was a Christian Scientist and a
Mason. He leaves his wife, Mrs ILA Pendergrass Strickland, two sons, Roger B
Strickland of Memphis and Eric L Strickland of Knoxville, a daughter Mrs
Jeannetta Underwood of Middletown Ohio, two brothers, John H Strickland of
Dayton Ohio and Fletis Strickland of North Carolina and a sister, Mrs Alice
Woods of Franklin Ohio.
Dated Aug 15 1954



Eastside Journal, Bellevue, Washington
January 14, 2000
p. A4

Ruth Clayton Dale
 Ruth Clayton Dale of Bellevue, died Jan. 7, 2000.  She was 89.
 Mrs. Dale was born April 30, 1910, in Salt Lake City.  She married W.
Julian Wright in 1929 in Salt Lake City.  She married her second husband,
Dr. David W. Dale, in 1950 in Seattle.
 Mrs. Dale owned and operated the Mode O'Day store, a women's apparel
store, in the original outdoor Bellevue Square from 1952-1958.
 The couple lived on the site where the Bellevue Hilton is now until 1966.
They enjoyed raising and breeding championship field trial dogs, gardening,
fishing and bird hunting.
 Her husband died in 1988.
 She is survived by her sons, Glenn C. Wright of Bellevue, William J.
Wright of Edmonds and Charles C. Dale of University Place; daughter Deva
Fjelsted of Raymond; seven grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
 A family gathering was held earlier.
 Remembrances may be made to a favorite charity.
 Green's Bellevue Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.



Eastside Journal, Bellevue, Washington
January 14, 2000
p. A4

John Raymond 'Ray' Linskey
 John Raymond Linskey of Bellevue died Dec. 16, 1999, at Del-Mar Woods
Adult Home in Bellevue.  He was 89.
 Mr. Linskey was born April 13, 1910, in Fisher, Minn.  He attended school
in Minnesota.  He had lived in Bellevue for 12 years.
 He married Ethel Pieper on Feb. 20, 1932, in Kansas City,  Mo.  His wife
died June 29, 1998.
 Mr. Linskey worked as an electrician in Minnesota and Portland, Ore., and
was also an electrical maintenance supervisor for Oregon Steel Mills in
Portland before retiring in 1973.  He invented and patented the Jet-Grate
smoking pipe and was a member and president of West Union School Board in
Hillsboro, and a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers.
 Mr. Linskey enjoyed fishing and the outdoors, riding horses wiht his
daughter and attending her horse show activities.
 Mr. Linskey is survived by his daughter, Jan Linskey Fluter of Bellevue;
sister Kay Percell of Gladstone, Ore.; one granddaughter; and one
great-grandson.
 No services will be held.
 Remembrances may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Western and
Central Washington State Chapter, 12721 30th Ave. N.E., Suite 101, Seattle,
WA 98125.
 Green Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


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