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Here Lyes Buried
The Body of Mr
Who departed This Life June ye
28 1740 In ye
40th Year of
|WHITTIER, Nathaniel (I61190)
Here Lyes Buried
ye Body of Mrs
Widow Of Mr
Who Died June
ye 9 1712 * In
ye 53 Year of
|WOODBRIDGE, Mary (I62574)
Here Lyeth Buried
ye Body Of
col Samuel Appleton
Aged 70 Years
Decd May ye 15th
|APPLETON, Col. Samuel (I02408)
John The Son
Of Mr Nathaniel
27th 1735 Aged
|WHITTIER, John (I61186)
Mehetible Ye Wife
Of Ye Reuerend
Mr. Beniamin Rofe
Who Was Barbar
By Enemies On
August ye 29 1708
& In ye 46 Year
Of Her Age.
|ATWATER, Mehitable (I02800)
She's gone, the smiling
babe is gone
Although to friends so
Bring her home, her
Why should she linger
|LADD, Anna E. (I34517)
to the memory of
who died May
In his 33 year.
Go home dry up your tears,
I must lay here till Christ appears.
Farewell ye friends whose tender care
Has long engaged my love,
Your fod embrace I must exchange
For better friends above.
|SLOSSON, James (I52795)
There remaineth therefore a rest
to the people of God.
I will extend peace to her like a river.
|LADD, Irena Wells (I34601)
Why lonely friend indulge that tear, (lovely??)
Why trembling view my dark abode,
Though you with me must moulder here,
Yet faith can wing my soul to God.
|BURNS, Sarah (I01179)
H.L. & P.M.
Died Aug. 12, 1865
ae. 2 Ms & 26 Ds.
Os such is the kingdom
|SLOSSON, Willie (I53129)
||Tombstone Records ofWorth County, Iowa pg 59. ||Source (S03498)
||Tombstone records. ||Source (S03497)
||tombstone, Source Medium: Tombstone|
"Bury the dead and weep
In stillness, o'er the loss;
Bury the dead! in Christ they sleep,
Who bore onearth His Cross,
And from the grave their dust shall rise,
In His own imag to the skies."
|MUZZY, Sabrina Leonard (I40816)
"Death thou hast conquered me,
I be thy darts am slain;
But Christ my Lord, hath died for me,
And I shall rise again."
|BARDWELL, Theodalia (I03714)
"The tolling bell,
It speaks the dying christian free,
He wings his happy way to dwell,
With Christ, where kindred spirits be."
|RANSOM, Luther (I45896)
In faith she died, in dust she lies,
Yet faith tells us that dust shall rise
When Jesus calls her hope assumes,
And boasts of joy among the tombs.
|RANSOM, Rowena (I45939)
Of such is the kingdom of heaven.
|LADD, Benjamin F. (I34527)
Sleep on sweet babes and take thy rest,
God called them home he thought it best.
|LADD, George Corrin (I34577)
Sleep on sweet babes and take thy rest,
God called them home he thought it best.
|LADD, Lafayette (I34626)
||Tompsett, Brian C., Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Source Medium: (null)|
Source Medium: Electronic
||Toon, Frank (Name: Burch Database (Washington Co, KY, GENWEB link);), Source Medium: (null)|
Source Medium: Electronic
||Topeka State Journal Saturday 11 January, 1975. pg. 20:|
Graveside services will be Monday at Memorial Park Cemetery for Lewis L. Slawson, 56, Amarillo, Tex., who died Thursday at his home. He had a heart attack. He was born February 24,1918 at McLouth in Jefferson County. He lived in Topeka from 1936 to 1940. He lived at Amarillo, Tex. about 20 years.
He was employed by Santa Fe Railway 30 years and was a lineman in the telegraph department before he retired in 1974. He was a member of the United Methodist Church at Amarillo.
He was married to Wilma K. Chapman in 1942 at Wichita. She survives. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Charles Wayne Moore, Fort Worth, Tex.; a brother, Charles Slawson, Topeka; and a sister, Mrs. Susie I. Easter, Topeka.
Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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Created by: Larry & Nancy Brooks
|SLAWSON, Lewis LeRoy (I51795)
||Torrance Herald, CA, Thursday, October 15, 1942, p2-A, c6|
BRIDE AT CHURCH RITES
--Photo by Amos Carr, Hollywood
MRS. CORWIN G. DEAN, nee Celina Ann McNeil
In one of the loveliest weddings of the season, Miss Celina Ann McNeil became the bride of Mr. Corwin Godfrey Dean Wednesday morning when Rev. Father Joseph L. Bauer officiated at nuptial High Mass at the Catholic Church of the Nativity in the presence of 350 guests.
The bride, lovely in a gown of heirloom lace and tulle fashioned with long sleeves and train and wearing a full length veil, carried white gladioli and orchids. Mrs. Frances Hicks attended her sister as matron of honor in powder blue lace with matching tulle hat and carrying pink gladioli.
Miss Ramona Carlin, as bridesmaid, also wore powder blue lace and carried an arm bouquet of salmon gladioli. Little Delores Payne and Sally Taylor, in blue net, were flower girls. Clifford Sprague of Paso Robles was the bridegroom's attendant and ushers were James Dean of Long Beach and Phil Tepper.
A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McNeil of 1744 Andreo ave.
Mrs. McNeil received her guests dressed in an R. A. F. blue ensemble with silver trim, complemented with fantasia corsage. At the buffet table, at which a four-tiered wedding cake was cut, Mrs. Clifford Sprague of Paso Robles, sister of the bride, and Mrs. P. S. Taylor, of Long Beach, poured.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean left for a honeymoon at Yosemite and upon their return they will make their home here. Mrs. Dean has been employed as accountant at Mayfair Creamery for a number of years and her husband is coordinating supervisor at Douglas, El Segundo.
Posted on Find A Grave
Created by: Jane Marie Morrison
|MCNEIL, Celina Ann (I78872)
||Town cow-keeper in 1648, soldier in King Philip's War, juror in 1655, and freeman May 21, 1657. In 1654 Samuel received a gift of land from his father. John Winthrop, in his Medical journal, records that Samuel was married and age 26 in 1658. Moved to Hatfield, opposite Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts in 1661. ||BELDEN, Samuel (I04975)
||Town Records of Savoy, Mass. ||Source (S03500)
||Tri-Counties Genealogy & History Sites by Joyce M. Tice: St. John's Church, Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania. ||Source (S03501)
||Tristram Dodge came from the north of England near the River Tweed.|
J Roy Dodge, A History and Genealogy of the Dodge Family, (Dodge, LaFayette, NY (1971), pp 10 ? 11
It is believed that Tristram Dodge arrived in Massachusetts from England in 1660, having first stopped in Newfoundland, that he sailed April, 1661, from Taunton, Massachusetts, with the original fifteen settlers and their families who settled on Block Island, Rhode Island.
Block Island's first settlers were Baptists.
The first mention of Tristram Dodge in the records of Block Island appears in May, 1664, when he is listed as "Freeman." In 1672, [Block Island] was incorporated as the Town of New Shoreham (from the ancient town in Sussex, on the coast, nine miles west of Brighton), otherwise Block Island, and among its officers elected in 1676, were Tristram Dodge, Sen. Sergeant.
Robert Dodge, Tristram Dodge and His Descendants in America with Historical and Descriptive Accounts of Block Island and Cow Neck, L.I. Their Original Settlements, Press of JJ Little & Co, New York (1886) by Theron Royal Woodward
Tristram Dodge is named as one of the passengers in the "shallop" which sailed from Taunton, 1661; although he was not among the first purchasers, he was among the first party of settlers.
Reverend S.T. Livermore, A.M., History of Block Island (1876), p 17
The beautifully carved gravestone designates the final resting place of Trustrum Dodge, one of the original settlers who came to Block Island in 1661. His descendants, especially noted for their exploits on the seas, have been among Block Island's most illustrious citizens.
Donald A. D'Amato, Henry A. L. Brown, Block Island, Arcadia Publishing, (1999), p 96
The grave of the elder Tristram is not marked.
Edward Doubleday Harris, A Copy of the Old Epitaphs in the Burying Ground of Block-Island, R.I., BiblioLife (December 9, 2008), p 10
|DODGE, Tristram (I79819)
||Trotter, Bob & Joyce, Source Medium: (null)|
Source Medium: Electronic
||Tudorplace.com - Bios|
4th Earl Northumberland
Son of Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland, by his wife, Eleanor Poynings; was the only one of the family to appear to take the Yorkist side. his father's earldom was forfeited at the Battle of Towton by the victorious Yorkists, and Percy was imprisoned the Fleet Prison and then the Tower from 1464 when John Neville was created Earl of northumberland. After swearing fealty to Edward IV, he was released in 1469 and petitioned for the reversal of his father's attainder though this was not granted by Parliament until 1473. Percy held many of the important government posts in the north of England which were traditional in his family.
Fought in the Battle of Bosworth, where he commanded the right wing of Richard III's army. Some historians says that he betrayed the King by holding his forces back from action.
Henry VII's treatment of the Earl of Northumberland after the battle certainly does not suggest any special favors or gratitude: Northumberland, along with the earls of Westmoreland and Surrey, was taken into custody and kept in prison for several months, being released only under strict conditions of good behavior. Although he was soon released and confirmed in all his titles by the new King.
On 28 Apr 1489 he was killed at one of his Yorkshire residences by a mob protesting over high taxes for the defense of Brittany against France, part of a rioting led by Sir John Egremont. Another reason for the mob's actions was his part in the downfall and death of Richard II who remained popular in Yorkshire. The rebellion was surpressed by the Earl of Surrey.
|PERCY, Henry (I43903)
||Tuesday July 1, 1958 Ottumwa Courier|
Ralph K. Pittington, 62, of 1109 E. Green St. died at his home at 9 am today.
The son of Nathinol and Martha Norton Pittington, he was born in Appanoose County May 17, 1896. Mr. Pittington was maintenance machanic at the air base and was a member of the F.E.O. No. 114.
Surving are his wife, Marcella, two daughers. Mrs. Charlotte Swanson of Ottumwa and Mrs. Roxie Fiala of Albuquerque, N.M., two granddaughters, a sister Mrs. Jessie Gillispie of Ottumwa and two brothers, Ray PIttington of Des Moines and Charles Pittington of Galesburg, Ill. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and three sisters.
The body is at the Johnson Funeral chapel awaiting funeral arrangements.
Burial Memorial Lawn cemetery.
Posted on Ancestry.com by: fredkatko
|PITTINGTON, Ralph Kenneth (I76978)
||Twin with Edward. ||DE BOHUN, Sir William (I15937)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||SALBEGO, David Anthony (I47884)
||U.S. Senator from Ohio|
Governor of Ohio
|MEIGS, Return Jonathan (I39114)
||U.S. Social Security Application for Theodore Branc. ||Source (S03504)
||U.S. Social Security Application. ||Source (S03503)
||U.S. Social Security Applications and claims lists Mildred as:|
Mar 1940: Name listed as MILDRED ELIZABETH HELMS;
Sep 1948: Name listed as MILDRED ELIZABETH GOSSETT;
Jan 1956: Name listed as MILDRED ELI FUNARI;
Feb 1964: Name listed as MILDRED BELL;
Mar 1966: Names listed as MILDRED ELI BELL;:
Name listed as MILDRED ELI DAVIS
|HELMS, Mildred Elizabeth (I78945)
||U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946|
about Frank B Vitus
Name: Frank B Vitus
Birth Year: 1919
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Illinois
State: U.S. At Large
US. World War II Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946
Enlistment Date: 24 Jun 1941
Enlistment State: Illinois
Enlistment City: Chicago
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade Code: Private
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 2 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Tracktor Driver* or Truck Driver, Heavy or Chauffeur or Truck Driver, Light An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indicates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in the United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
|VITUS, Frank B. Jr. (I58540)
||ubert C. Padelford O.D.|
January 13, 2007
Hubert C. Padelford, O.D., 96 of West Greenwich, formerly of Fall River, passed away, Saturday, January 13, 2007 at home. He was the husband of the late Helen M. Padelford.
An Optometrist in Fall River for more than forty years, he graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry.
Surviving are his daughter Beverly Clay and her husband William Clay of West Greenwich, R.I., one son, Robert Padelford and his wife Gwenneth Padelford of Florida, five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
Funeral Services and burial will be private. A gathering of friends and relatives will be held on Sunday, January 21, 2007 from 2:00-4:00 pm at 605 Hazard Road, West Greenwich, R.I.
In Lieu Of Flowers Donations In His Memory May Be Made To: Hospice VNA of Care New England, 51 Health Lane, Warwick, R.I., 02886.
|PADELFORD, Hubert C. (I42684)
||Ulysses G. Haskell, "A Short Account Of The Descendants of William Haskell of Gloucester, Massachusetts", Source Medium: (null)|
||Unable to locate David in the 1870 Census. ||SLAWSON, David Gillespie (I51131)
||Unable to locate in the 1870 census|
1900 Census lists Ellis Berridge, mother-in-law age 91, b. May 1809 living with George.
|SLAWSON, George R. (I51424)
||Unable to read name in the 1850 Census and is not listed with the family in the 1860 Census. Could be Jim? ||JOHNSTON, Male (I32334)
||Uncle Bill Smead Christmas card, Source Medium: Book|
||Unconfirmed ||GATES, Mary (I24301)
||Unconfirmed that Hannah married John Ordway. There may have been another Hannah.|
Could of been born about 1687.
This Hannah is believed to of died June 17, 1676.
|BARTLETT, Hannah (I04056)
||United States Marine Corps Private First Class Mutschler was killed in action in the Vietnam War. John was wounded at Mutters Ridge on 10 August 1969. His Mortar Platoon was attached to Echo Company,2nd Battalion,3rd Marines.3rd Platoon of Echo Co and the Mortar Platoon had 22 Marines killed and 58 wounded. John died of his wounds on 19 August 1969.|
John is honored on the Vietnam Memorial Wall 19W071.
Silver Star awarded for actions during the Vietnam War
The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Silver Star (Posthumously) to Private First Class John L. Mutschler (MCSN: 2484069), United States Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action while serving as an 81-mm. Mortar Gunner with Headquarters and Service Company, Second Battalion, Third Marines, THIRD Marine Division (Rein.), FMF, in connection with combat operations against the enemy in the Republic of Vietnam. Early on the morning of 10 August 1969, during Operation IDAHO CANYON, the Company E defensive perimeter approximately eight miles northwest of Vandegrift Combat Base came under intense mortar, rocket propelled grenade, and small arms fire from an estimated North Vietnamese Army company, followed by a determined ground attack. When his unit's sector of the perimeter was penetrated during the initial assault and the enemy began to sweep across his platoon's position in waves, the Marines rapidly maneuvered to alternate defensive positions in order to re-establish their perimeter. This move resulted in several of the Marine casualties remaining in dangerously exposed positions and in the open in the front of the newly established perimeter. With complete disregard for his own safety, Private First Class Mutschler unhesitatingly left the relative safety of his fighting hole within the newly established perimeter and fearlessly dashed across the fire-swept terrain through the enemy ranks firing his rifle, and killed several North Vietnamese soldiers before reaching the side of one of his fallen comrades. Forced to abandon his weapon in order to carry the wounded Marine, he resolutely moved toward the perimeter but was seriously wounded by fragments from an enemy mortar round. Ignoring his own painful injuries, he continued to carry the wounded man across the dangerous area until he reached a covered position. Undaunted by the vicious fire fight around him, he braved the North Vietnamese fire to rescue two additional casualties and was wounded for the second time. While moving across the fire-swept terrain in a fourth attempt to rescue a fallen Marine, he was critically wounded by fragments from an exploding enemy round and rendered incapable of continuing his selfless mission, By his courage, bold initiative and unwavering devotion to duty in the face of great personal danger, Private First Class Mutschler inspired all who observed him and upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and of the United States Naval Service.
|MUTSCHLER, PFC John Lloyd (I75326)
||University of California|
EJ Slosson Endowment for Ornamental Horticulture
Elvenia J. Slosson Endowment for Ornamental Horticulture
Elvenia J. Slosson spent much of her life promoting the enhancement of landscapes, botanical gardens, arboreta, and the introduction and use of ornamental plants in beautifying highways and the landscape.
She founded and served as the first president of the California Garden Clubs and continually encouraged individuals and local groups to work for the enhancement of both public and private outdoor environments.
When Mrs. Slosson died in 1958, she left a gift in trust to the University of California to be used "for the advancement and promotion of the science and practice of horticulture, particularly including ornamental horticulture."
In 1970, the Regents of the University of California established the Elvenia J. Slosson Endowment Fund for the support of research and Extension education in ornamental horticulture. The annual income from the fund was assigned by the Office of the Vice President, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, to fund research and education projects by University researchers and staff. Research and education proposals were solicited annually and evaluated and selected through a competitive review process by an advisory committee consisting of representatives from University of California campuses, Cooperative Extension and the California Garden Clubs. The Advisory Committee recommended to the Office of the Vice President, DANR, those proposals it believed met the purposes of the fund and the quality expected by the University. Grants were awarded for one to three years, contingent upon satisfactory progress as judged by the Advisory Committee.
Severe budget shortfalls in 2009 forced the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources to redirect Slosson Endowment income to retain critical programs and personnel involved in ornamental horticulture education and outreach.
This website remains as an archive of the diverse research and educational projects undertaken in Mrs. Slosson's name that have deepened and broadened the people of California's knowledge of ornamental horticulture.
Page Last Updated: December 16, 2010
|JACKSON, Elvenia Josephine (I31945)
||University of Illinois - 1913 Alumni Record, Source Medium: Book|
||Unknown Newspaper, September 1980|
Mrs. Alta J. Bond, 58, Waynesville, died Monday at the Phelps County Hospital in Rolla. She was born May 4, 1922 at Iberia, the daughter of George and Genie Jones Jarrett.
A school teacher, she had taught at Dixon and Iberia. She was a member of the Fairview Christian Church, Iberia.
Survivors include: a son, Kevin Bond, Reno, Nev.; a sister, Mrs. Lela Slawson, Garnett, Kan.; and two grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Fairview Christian Church with Brother Floyd Barlow officiating. Burial will be in the Iberia Cemetery. Arrangements are under the Stevinson-Mossman Funeral Home, Iberia.
|JARRETT, Alta (I85372)