Matches 8,851 to 8,900 of 9,373
|| Linked to
||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)
||Unknown Publication, April 1961|
Final rites for George Franklin Jarrett, 76, of Iberia, were held at 1:00 pm, Monday at Fairview Christian Church near Iberia. Mr. Jarrett died Saturday morning at Humphreys Hospital in Tuscumbia.
He suffered a heart attack in November and was hospitalizes for seven weeks; and was then moved to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Newell Slawson, of Osage Beach, where he and Mrs. Jarrett remained until three weeks ago when they returned home after his condition had improved. Tuesday,
March 28, Mr. Jarrett became very ill and was returned to the hospital.
A son of John and Elizabeth Jarrett, he was born August 20, 1884 at Iberia. On November 2, 1913 he was married to Genie Jones who survives. They were the parents of four children, two of whom died in infancy. Mr. Jarrett was a charter member of the Fairview Christian Church.
Survivors in addition to his wife are two daughters; Mrs. Alta Jean Bond of Iberia and Mrs. Lela Slawson; two brothers, Henry Jarrett of Iberia and Will Jarrett of Tuscumbia; and three grandchildren.
The Rev. Mark Sooter officiated at the services Monday. Interment was in the Iberia Cemetery under the direction of Humphrey Funeral Home of Iberia.
|JARRETT, George Franklin (I85364)
||Unknown Publication, August 1967|
Anna May Dickerson, 90, died last Wednesday (Aug. 23, 1967) in Iberia. A daughter of Thomas and Nancy (Hawkins) Hill, she was born April 5, 1877, in Miller County near Brumley. She was married to Charles D. Durham who died in 1900. On Oct. 20, 1907, Mrs. Dickerson was married to Thomas Wesley Dickerson, who died Sept. 29, 1963.
Mrs. Dickerson had been a member of the First Baptist Church in Iberia since before 1900.
Surviving are three sons, Charles Durham of Napa, Calif., Richard Dickerson of Jefferson City, and Frank Dickerson of Iberia; two daughters, Mrs. Opal Paulson of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. Bernice Slawson of St. Louis; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the church, with the Rev. August E. Williams officiating. Burial was in Iberia Cemetery under direction of Stevinson Funeral Home of Iberia. Pallbearers were Roger D. Bond, Bobbie Bond, Norwood Clark, Jr., Carl Cantrell, Roy Toupin and Elmer Karr.
Posted on Find A Grave
Maintained by: Nancy Arnold Thompson
Originally Created by: Pat Johnston
|HILL, Anna May (I85376)
||Unknown Publication, February 1974|
Mrs. Jenie Jarrett, 88, Iberia, died unexpectedly at her home Tuesday, Feb. 19, 1974. Mrs. Jarrett was found dead by a grandson when he returned home from school. She was born April 29, 1885, in Maries County near Dixon to John M. and Mary L. (Smith) Jones. She was married Nov. 2, 1913, at Iberia to George F. Jarrett, who died April 1, 1961.
Mrs. Jarrett had lived in Iberia since 1918. Before that she and her husband lived in Camden County from 1913 to 1918. She became a member of the Fairview Christian Church near Iberia in 1915.
Surviving her are two daughters, Mrs. Alta Bond, Iberia, and Mrs. Lela Slawson, Garnett, Kan.; three brothers, Arthur Jones and Everett Jones, Dixon, and Lem Jones, Maplewood; and three grandsons.
Mrs. Jarrett was preceded in death by two infant daughters and two sisters, Mrs. Ollie Wiles and Mrs. Bessie Creech, in addition to her husband.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the church with the Rev. Mark Sooter officiating. Burial will be in the Iberia Cemetery under the direction of Stevinson Funeral Home, Iberia. Nephews will be pallbearers.
|JONES, Jenie (I85365)
||Unknown Publication, February 1977|
Marshall Ausby Jones, the son of Gordon and Maud (Crismon) Jones was born April 23, 1910 at Iberia and died February 1, 1977 at the Windsor Estates Nursing Home in Camdenton, Missouri. At the time of his death he was 66 years, 9 months and 8 days of age. He was married August 23, 1935 at Iberia to Anna Helen Pendleton who preceded him in death April 19, 1973.
He is survived by 1 daughter, Shirley Upton, Eldon, Mo.; 3 sons, Ronald Jones and David Jones both of Eldon, Mo. and Daniel Jones, Belton, Mo.; 2 brothers, Aubrey Jones, Carmichael, Calif. and Myrell Jones, Palo Alto, Calif.; 4 grandchildren and his father, Gordon Jones, Eldon, Mo. Mr. Jones was a lifetime resident of Miller County.
Funeral services for Ausby Jones were held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, February 3, at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel in Eldon, Mo. with the Rev. Earl Basil Brown of Iberia officiating. Interment was in the Memorial Gardens at Barnett, Mo. under the direction of the Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon.
Posted on Find a Grave
Created by: Nancy Arnold Thompson
|JONES, Marshall Ausby (I85733)
||Unknown Publication, January 1969|
John Samuel Stone, 85, who lived on Star Rte. Near Iberia, died Wednesday morning, Jan. 15, 1969, at the Pulaski County Memorial Hospital in Waynesville. He had been in ill health several months.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Stevinson Chapel in Iberia with the Rev. Earl Brown officiating. Burial will be in Bethany Cemetery near Crocker.
Mr. Stone was born June 17, 1883 in Miller County near Iberia, the son of the late Kinsey W. and Angeline (Smith) Stone. He had been a lifetime resident of the Iberia community, and since 1910 had lived on the same farm south of Iberia. He was married Oct. 22, 1914 in Sharon Springs, Kan., to Miss Elsie L. Richards who survives at the home.
Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Elsie Stokes of the Hopewell community near Versailles, Mrs. Opal Slawson of Iberia, and Mrs. Lucille Shelton of Crocker; four grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren;
and one sister, Mrs. Ethel Stone of Tuscumbia.
Mr. Stone, a well known farmer in the Iberia community had also been a well driller and operated a sawmill for many years. He did custom threshing in earlier years. He was baptized into membership in the North Christian Church, later transferring his membership to the Congregational-Christian Church in Iberia. He was a former member of Iberia Lodge No. 410, AF & AM.
|STONE, John Samuel (I85366)
||Unknown Publication, January 1970|
Thurman A. Morrow, 81, a lifetime resident of the Iberia area, passed away Friday, Jan. 9, 1970 at Charles E. Still Hospital, Jefferson City. Mr. Morrow was born Dec. 28, 1888, near Iberia, the son of William W. and Atha Ann (Groves) Morrow. On April 9, 1911, he was married to Miss Mae Slawson
who survives at the home.
He was a member of the Mt. Gilead Congregational Christian church and a retired carpenter, having worked at Fort Leonard Wood a number of years.
In addition to his wife, survivors include two sons, Lloyd Morrow of Soquel, Calif., and Carl Morrow of Ceres, Calif.; one brother, Seldon Morrow of Denver, Colo.; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Stevinson Chapel with James Squires officiating.
Burial was in Union Cemetery near Iberia. Pallbearers were Cliff Sronce, Frank Blankenship, Glen Slawson, Loren and David Humphrey, and Bert Faber.
|MORROW, Thurman A. (I40456)
||Unknown Publication, October 1958|
Ottie Martin Jones, son of the late Marshall and Fetna Jones, was born in Miller County, Missouri, on June 20, 1884 and passed away at the Waynesville General Hospital on October 12, 1958, having attained the age of 74 years, 3 months and 22 days.
On December 28, 1908 he was united in marriage to Martha Sloan and to this union three children were born. One son, Alvin, has preceded him in death.
He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Martha, one son and one daughter, Farris of Kansas City, Missouri, and Mrs. Eunice Neeley of Iberia; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; four brothers and two sisters, John of Iberia, Joe and Walter of Dixon, Gordon of Eldon, Mrs. Nancy Slone of Dixon and Mrs. Sophie Bilyeu of Spring Hill, Kansas, also nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Mr. Jones was a member of the Church of Christ.
Devotional services were conducted by Wm. F. Jones at the Gilbert Funeral Home in Dixon last Tuesday afternoon. Burial was in Union Cemetery near Brays.
Posted on Find A Grave
Created by: Juanita Sloan Lowrance
|JONES, Ottie Martin (I85704)
||Unmarried. Resided at Paris, France. Interned by germans at Baden-Baden (Diplomatic service) until exchanged in March 1944, when he returned to United States. Left June 1944 for Lisbon, Portugal. ||SLAWSON, David Henry (I51132)
||Upon the death of Thomas Davis, 1683, William was appointed administrator of his estate. After his own death this administartion was given to John Corliss, the grandson of Davis; then still later, 1723, it was given John Corliss, great-grandson of Davis.|
William was killed by Indians in Rhode Island.
|NEFF, William (I41026)
||UPTON Jimmie Upton, age 76, of Lake Ozark, passed away Wednesday, October 14, 2009, at Osage Beach Health Care Center, Osage Beach. He was born April 27, 1933, in Eldon, the son of Thurman James Upton and Mary Lucille (Buchanan) Upton. He was married on April 30, 1955, in Kansas City, to Shirley Mae (Jones) Upton. He served in the United States Army in the Korean War from 1953 until 1955. He was a member of the VFW in Kansas City and Eldon, the 40 and 8 Club, the Lake Ozark American Legion, the Lake Ozark Lions Club where he served as president, and the Osage Beach Elks Lodge. He served on the city council in Lakeland and Old Bagnell. He was a member of the Missouri Sign Association where he served as president and treasurer, the International Sign Association, and the Dam Car Club. He received the distinguished Service Award and the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award from the Lions Club. He also received the Pioneer Award from the Missouri Sign Association. He owned and operated Quality Signs from 1976 until 2006 with his wife and family. Jimmie was in the sign business for almost 60 years. He loved collecting antique cars, along with fishing and watching Cardinal baseball. Survivors include: his wife Shirley Upton of the home; three children, Thomas Upton and his wife Shawna of Eldon, Lisa Porter and her husband Patrick of Lake Ozark, and Jeffery Upton of Rocky Mount; five grandchildren, Brittney Stewart, Jessee Upton, Sumar Foster, Ben Porter and Amanda Porter; brothers and sisters, Larry Upton of Eldon, Robert Upton of Lake Ozark, David Upton of Jefferson City, Betty Howes of Camdenton, and Debbie Hendrix of Prairie Home; a brother-in-law, Roy Johnson of The Villages, Fla.; and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Billy Upton; and a sister, Mary Johnson. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, October 16, at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 17, at the Phillips Funeral Home with Rev. Jay Quinn officiating. Burial will be in Greenmore Memorial Gardens, Barnett, with full military honors provided by Eldon V.F.W. Post #2442. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.phillipsfuneralhomeeldon.com|
Published in the NewsTribune on 10/16/2009
Posted on Find A Grave
Created by: Rebecca Poertner
|UPTON, Jimmie D. (I85739)
||US GenWeb Archives: Butler County, Pennsylvania. ||Source (S03507)
||USGenWeb Archives: Armstrong County Pennsylvania - Cemetery Records, Source Medium: Book|
||USGenWeb Archives: Cuyahoga County, Ohio Probate Records. ||Source (S03509)
||USGenWeb Archives: Marriage Licenses,The Middleville Sun, 1896, Barry Co., Michigan. ||Source (S03510)
||USGenWeb Project-Fairfield County, Connecticut by Rootsweb, Source Medium: Book|
||USGenWeb-Archives: Albany Cemetery, Nemaha County, Kansas. ||Source (S03512)
||USGenWeb-Archives: Biographies: Enos S. Culver. ||Source (S03513)
||USGenWeb-Archives: Branch County, Michigan Dibean Marriage Index. ||Source (S03514)
||USGenWeb-Archives: Deaths - Jefferson County, Montana, Source Medium: Book|
||USGenWeb-Archives: Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California. ||Source (S03516)
||USGenWeb-Archives: Marriages Jefferson Co., Montana. ||Source (S03517)
||USGenWeb-Archives: State Line Cemetery,Grove Township, Worth County, Iowa. ||Source (S03518)
||USGenWeb-Archives: Worth County Iowa Marriages. ||Source (S03519)
||USGenWeb-New York: Maine Village Cemetery, Maine, Broome Co., New York. ||Source (S03520)
||Usigs.org/library: Descendants of Philip King b. 1702 Taunton, Massachusetts. ||Source (S03521)
||Usigs.org/library: King Families of S.E. Massachusetts, Source Medium: Book|
||Usigs.org/library: Leonard Family of Taunton Massachusets. ||Source (S03523)
||Utah State History - Burials Databas. ||Source (S03524)
||UTICA DAILY PRESS|
Saturday, May 26, 1962, pg 15
E.J. SLAWSON DIES;
SALESMAN 60 YEARS
Frank J. (Skip) Slawson, 91, formerly of 21 Springate St., a salesman for 60 years with Bowers Brothers, Inc. until he retired in 1950, died yesterday in the Masonic Home.
Mr. Slawson became a familiar figure to Uticans and to people on his sales routes through the white flower that he wore on his lapel each day for 56 years. The custom began when he was making a sales call in Norwich and the late Edward F. Quinn, a florist there, stuck a carnation in his buttonhole. From then on, Mr. Slawson wore some kind of white flower each day.
Born in Whitesboro, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Slawson. Slawson Sr. was an undertaker in Utica for many years.
He came with his family to Utica when he was eight and sold the old Saturday Globe to such prominent people as Senator roscoe Conkling, Thomas E. Kinney and Judge P.F. Bulger.
Mr. Slawson was active in athletics as a youth and played baseball with the Ninth Ward Regulars as catcher. He also played on the Utica Free Academy football team. He was graduated from that school in 1886, as one of the youngest members of his class.
Mr. Slawson had been associated with Bowers Brothers since the firm was established by the brothers at 219 Columbia St. It is now located on the Truck Route 5 A.
Mr. Slawson was also known as a speaker and writer on a variety of subjects.
He was a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Oriental Lodge. F & AM.
He married Marion E. Hyde in 1896, in Utica. She died in 1945.
He leaves a son Howard H. Slawson, New Hartford.
The funeral will be at 10 Monday from the Lankton, Townsend & Cronk Funeral Home, with the Rev. John U. Miller, pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today and tomorrow at the funeral home.
|SLAWSON, Frank Jesse (I51372)
||Valdemar II (1170?1241), called Valdemar the Conqueror or Valdemar the Victorious (Valdemar Sejr), was the King of Denmark from 1202 until 1241. The nickname Sejr is a later invention and was not used during the King's own lifetime.|
He was the second son of King Valdemar I and Sophia of Polotsk, a Varangian princess. In 1202, Valdemar II succeeded his childless elder brother Canute VI after serving him for years. He is counted among the greatest of medieval Danish kings. In 1204 he secured the recognition of Norway as a kingdom. In the 1210s he began to expand Danish influence in the crusade against the last remaining pagan tribes on the opposite shores of the Baltic Sea. His greatest achievement was the subjugation of the northern Estonians after the decisive Battle of Lyndanisse which took place near Lyndanisse (Tallinn) on June 15, 1219. According to legend a red cloth with a white cross fell from the sky during the battle, and from this day on that symbol, called the Dannebrog, has been the Danish flag.
Since 1912, June 15 has officially been called Valdemarsdag (Valdemar's Day). The date now belongs to the group of 33 Danish annual Flag Days where Dannebrog is raised in celebration.
Denmark was at the height of its power but in 1223 Valdemar was captured by his vassal, the Count of Schwerin, who released him in 1226 only on the condition that Valdemar gave up most of his conquests in north Germany.
In 1227 Valdemar invaded northern Germany in an attempt to regain his lost territories but was disastrously defeated in the Battle of Bornhˆved on (July 22, 1227). This defeat marked the end of Danish domination of the southern Baltic sea, but Estonia was preserved.
Valdemar spent the remainder of his life codifying the law which was completed shortly before his death - Code of Jutland (Jyske Lov, see also Codex Holmiensis).
By his brief first marriage to Margarethe of Bohemia, also known as Queen Dagmar, he had a son, Valdemar, whom he elevated as co-king, but who predeceased him.
After Margaret's death, Valdemar married Bereng·ria of Portugal, daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal. They had three sons, Eric IV of Denmark, Abel of Denmark, and Christopher I of Denmark, and a daughter, Sophie.
Valdemar's two queens play an outstanding role in Danish ballads and myths - Dagmar as the soft, pious and popular ideal wife and Bereng·ria as the beautiful and haughty woman ? but both versions are incapable of proof.
Before his first marriage Valdemar had been engaged to Rixa of Bavaria, daughter of the Duke of Saxony.
King Valdemar also had at least two bastard sons, Canute (Knud) whom he elevated as Duke of Reval (Estonia), Lolland, and Blekinge, born of a noblewoman, Helena Guttormsdotter, of Swedish birth and wife of an important Danish nobleman, and Nicolas (Niels) whom he elevated as Count of Halland.
Because of his position as ?the king of Dannebrog? and as a legislator, Valdemar enjoys a central position in Danish history. To posterity the civil wars and dissolution that followed his death made him appear to be the last king of a golden age.
|DENMARK, Valdemar II King Of (I18792)
||Van Dorne Ming, 82, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Friday, October 31, 2014, at Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Visitation will be Saturday, November 1, 2014, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Nowell-Massey Funeral Home in Louisville, Mississippi. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 2, 2014, in the Nowell Massey Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David Keen and Rev. T. J. Jennings officiating. Interment will follow in Bethel Cemetery with Rev. Tim Horton officiating.|
Mr. Ming was born on April 20, 1932, to Vernon and Olene Cockrell Ming. He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon and a Sunday School teacher for more than 40 years. Mr. Ming was a welder and he enjoyed farming. He served his country during the Korean War in the Army National Guard.
Mr. Ming is survived by his wife of 63 years, Joy Hisaw Ming; three daughters, Debbie Cockrell and husband, Larry; Monica Cockrell and husband, Bob, all of Louisville; and Melanie Taylor and husband, Mickey, of Tupelo, Mississippi; his son, Delbert Ming; and his brother, Derrell Ming and wife, Elsie, also of Louisville. He loved being ?Pap Paw? to seven grandchildren: Christy Russell and husband, Todd; Lori Brent and husband, Michael; Dewayne Ming and wife, Katherine; Jared Cockrell and wife, Diana; Amber Harper and husband, Andrew; Jon Richard Crowell; and Gracelyn Cockrell. He also has 12 great-grandchildren: Taylor Russell; Layla Cockrell; Toby Ming; Lillie Cockrell; Cayman Russell; Logan Cockrell; Keely Ming; Lauren Brent; Mallory Brent; Hayden Ming; Anne Brantley Brent; and Van Cockrell. He was preceded in death by his parents; and his sister, Betty Jane Ming.
Serving as pallbearers will be Michael Brent, Jared Cockrell, Jon Richard Crowell, Andrew Harper, Dewayne Ming, Toby Ming, Taylor Russell, and Todd Russell. Honorary pallbearers will be the deacons of Bethel Baptist Church: Larry Cockrell, Mark Dempsey, Clarence Kelley, Bruce Lee, Tommy McKinley, Virgil Rodgers, Mitch Sanders, and James Sloan. Memorials may be given to Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, c/o Mitch Sanders, 769 Harold Ming Road, Louisville, MS 39339.
Services are under the direction of Nowell-Massey Funeral Home, 724 North Columbus Avenue, Louisville, MS.
Published online by Nowell-Massey Funeral Home, Louisville, Mississippi.
Posted on Find A Grave
Created by: Chardon
|MING, Van Dorne (I87158)
||Vaughan, James E, Source Medium: Electronic|
||Vega Cemetery, Town of Roxbury, Delaware Co., New York @ Rootsweb. ||Source (S03527)
Velma A. Campbell, 87, town of Nokomis, died Monday, April 26, 1999, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Tomahawk.
Velma and her husband owned and operated Capmbell?s Resort in the town of Nokomis.
Survivors include her husband, Howard Campbell, town of Nokomis; one son ,Joe (Delores) Campbell, Grand Junction, Mich.;1 two daughters5, Bernadine Wanty, Rhinelander, and Janet (Calvin) Wilson, Trevor; eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Krueger and Sons Funeral Home, Tomahawk. Burial will be in Prairie Rapids Cemetery, town of Nokomis. Visitation will be from 4 .p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Funeral home, with an Eastern Star Service at 7 pm., and a sharing of memories time to follow Visitation continues from 10 a.m. Friday until the time of services at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to The Shriners Children's Hospital.
|PONDER, Velma (I44747)
||Ventura County Genealogical Society: Fillmore California Obituary Index 1916-1996. ||Source (S03528)
||Vera Esther Johnson, age 86, of 1717 White Oaks Road, died at 6:20 a.m. Thursday, April 19, 2007, at Marion General Hospital.|
She was born April 22, 1920, in Ashley, to the late Elmer and Goldie (Swanson) Main.
On June 26, 1940, in Ashley, she married Willard "Bill" Johnson and he died on Aug. 13, 1999, in Marion.
She was a member of Prospect Street United Methodist Church, Marion Garden Club, Artisan Club, Eastern Star and Child Conservation League. She worked for 10 years at Marion Title Office before working 50 years as owner of Bill Johnson's Auto Wrecking. She was a resident of Marion for the past 60 years and prior resident of Dayton.
She is survived by one daughter, Sherie (Bill) Jauchius of Sunbury; one son, Willard "Bill" R. (Deborah) Johnson of Prospect; four grandchildren, Jennifer (Brent) Case, Jeff and Jason Steckman and Christy Johnson; two great-grandchildren, Allen and Colton Case; and one sister, Doris Graham of Delaware. She is also survived by close friend, Marvin Buchanan. She was also preceded in death by twin sister Virginia Stephenson.
Created at Find A Grave by: Harley Hoover
|MAIN, Vera Esther (I79931)
||Vera Price was born in England and lived there until a year after meeting a handsome American B-17 bombardier/navigator, Duward Bare. The two married, lived in England a year where the first of their two children was born, then moved to Riverdale, Illinois where their second child was born. Later in her life, Duward and Vera moved to a home in Lynwood, Illinois on Lake Lynwood.|
Vera loved her family and was often a homeroom mother for her children's classes. She loved to bake, sew, knit and crochet. She was also a skilled artisan making beautiful stained glass pieces.
Vera's home was always filled with barking and frolicking dogs. After retiring as a secretary, she worked tirelessly on behalf of those dogs whose lives were not as happy as her own when she did rescue and adoption work for the South Suburban Humane Society.
Vera passed very suddenly on Wednesday, June 5, 1996, at the age of 70. She is buried with her husband in a cemetery in Homewood,Illinois.
|PRICE, Vera (I78112)
||VERNON - John E. Wheelden Sr., 87, died Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, at his home in Vernon.|
He was born in Brattleboro on June 1, 1925, the son of Stuart and Josephine (Garrity) Wheelden Sr. and attended school at St. Michael's Catholic School. He was known to friends and family as ??Probie' or ??Wheely.'
In 1942, at age 17, he joined the Merchant Marine. After leaving the Merchant Marine he enlisted in the U.S. Army on May 27, 1944, and was a member of Company F, 10th Infantry Regiment.
During his service he received several medals and ribbons, including a Purple Heart (January 1945), and was honorably discharged on May 9, 1946. He continued his military service as a member of the Army National Guard until he retired in 1985.
Mr. Wheelden joined the Brattleboro Fire Department in 1946, holding the positions of firefighter, lieutenant, fire inspector and captain before being promoted to assistant fire chief in March 1985. He retired from career staff in 1987, but remained active with the fire department as a member of the Call Force until 2009. He was also a member of the volunteer departments in Vernon and Wilmington, and the Zephyrhills, Fla., Fire Department.
He also served as a member of the Brattleboro Police Department. He was elected as Brattleboro first constable in 1958 and served his last term in 2001.
He married Patricia (Knapp) Wheelden on Feb. 19, 1972, in Brattleboro.
For many years the couple enjoyed spending their winters at their home in Zephyhills, Fla.
Mr. Wheelden was an active, lifetime member of the Elks, VFW, American Legion, and Eagles Club. He enjoyed travel, time at his camp in Wilmington, hunting, fishing, walking and bird watching.
He is survived by his two sons, Stuart Wheelden III of Hinsdale, N.H., and John Wheelden Jr. of Vernon; his two daughters, Joanne Plansker of Hinsdale, N.H., and Carol Ann Moore of Dummerston; a stepdaughter, Mary Snyder of Enfield Conn.; 11 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Katherine "Tuppy" Snead of Waynesboro, Va., and Mary Ann Wood of Brattleboro; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was predeceased by his wife in 2008, his parents, a brother, Stuart Wheelden Jr., a sister, Margaret "Betty" Behilo, and a granddaughter.
Arrangements are being handled by Ker-Westerlund Funeral Home in Brattleboro, where calling hours will be Friday, Dec. 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Dec. 15, at noon at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Brattleboro, with a graveside service and burial to follow at Morningside Cemetery.
Friends and family are invited to attend a celebration of his life after the services to be held at the Elks in Brattleboro.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Brattleboro Fire Department Benefit Association or the Vernon Fire Association Inc.
Published in Rutland Herald on December 9, 2012
|WHEELDEN, John Edward (I79282)
||Vernon had a muscular disorder that put him in a hospital as a kid in Dixon, Illinois and eventually died there from this disorder.|
Posted on Find a Grave
Maintained by: Killian
Originally Created by: Delbert Spencer
|LEONARD, Vernon Dale (I86120)
||Very little can be discovered about him except that on June 12, 1672, he bought of Samuel Bennett thirty acres of land at Rumney Marsh; at that transaction his name was signed "Teague-a-barrow". At a later date, he is called "Teago Up Barrow". Again still later, "Tugo Barry"; in 1701, it is "Teago Berry" and in 1681, "Teago Up barrow". Again in 1687, it is "Teageo Bary" and in 1688, "Teago Barry". In 1695 the land was in the possession of "Thaddeus Barry", presumably his sonm showing that the father had probably died between 1688 and 1695. In a letter of William Jenks of Boston, to Alonzo Lewis, dated Jan. 8, 1844, and printed in the N.E. Reg., 9, pp. 201-209, in speaking of his grandfather, Capt. John Jenks, he says: "in 1720, he married his first wife, my grandmother, in chelsea. She was of a family that called themselves Berry, several of which English name was respectable in Lynn. But her family name was, in fact Barry, and the father of her father, Thaddeus, came from Ireland, a man in humble life. His son, Thomas, however, my great-grandfather, by a blessing on his good habits, was able at his decease to bequeath his daughter, Elizabeth, on hundred pounds." ||BARRY, Teague (I82932)
COUNCIL GROVE ?Vernon H. Day, 95, longtime resident of Council Grove, passed away Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, at Morris County Hospital. He was born March 8, 1919, in Alta Vista to William and Cora (Grubaugh) Day.He married Alberta Richardson on June 18, 1942. He joined the United States Army on Oct. 10, 1942, and he was honorably discharged March 11, 1946.Vernon enjoyed his home and yard and tinkering on things. His Chihuahua Chico was his loyal companion. He will be sadly missed by all.Vernon worked at Ford Garage, Skelly Oil Company, delivered propane and Kansas Instrument, where he retired in 1984.He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Alberta, in 1994, and sons, Danny Day and Billy Dean Day.Vernon is survived by his daughter, Carolyn (Floyd) Westover; grandchildren, Ronda Frazier and Randy Frazier (Charlene), all of Salina, and Mitchell (Lacey) Day, of Moundridge; stepgrandchildren, Veronica Miley, Eugene Westover, and Markus and Mike Anderson; great-granddaughter, Amber Frazier; step grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17, at Penwell-Gabel Flint Hills Chapel. Interment will follow at Greenwood Cemetery.To leave a special message for the family online, please visit www.PenwellGabelCuoncilGrove.com.
|DAY, Vernon H. (I80085)
||VETERAN OF PRESS CALLED BY DEATH|
Allan Slauson Newsman Here Since 1882
Allan B. Slauson, 79, veteran member of The Oregonian editorial department staff and one-time star reporter of this newspaper died in a Portland hospital Thursday night.
Born in Lysander, N.Y., Mr. Slauson attended Cornell university and first joined The Oregonian in 1882. He came to Portland from Denver, where he had gained his first newspaper experience. His firs position was that of proof reader and in recent years he served as inspiration for the "Old Copyreader" feature articles written for the editorial page by Ben Hur Lampman.
Mr. Slauson remained with The Oregonian until 1893, when he left for Washington, D.C., to become special correspondent for a syndicate. Soon after arrival in the national capital, he was appointed chief of the periodical division of the Congressional library and in 1905 was sent to Portland with the library exhibit for the Lewis and Clark fair.
His return to the northwest resulted in his resigning his library position and for a few years he engaged in the real estate business. In 1916 he again entered the newspaper profession, writing editorials for the old Portland Telegram, and a year later rejoined The Oregonian staff.
He covered many major assignments in his reportorial days and in recent years acted as exchange editor.
Mrs. Slauson died 17 years ago. Mr. Slauson leaves three daughters, Miss Jean Slauson, Oswego; Mrs. Henry Freeman, Portland, and Mrs. Malcolm Crowe, Burlingame, Cal.
[The Oregonian, 20 Jan 1939, p3 w/photo]
|SLAUSON, Allan Bedient (I50299)
||Veteran of World War II. Served in the United States Marine Corps (1942-1946). Aviator in the South Pacific and flew F4Us, SBDs, C-54s and others. Recalled to duty in 1952 and flew helicopters in Korea and Japan. Graduate of Northern Illinois College. Extracted from obituary in Hood County News. |
|CURTIS, Merle Clare (I80013)
||Victor Amadeus I (Italian: Vittorio Amedeo I di Savoia, May 8, 1587 ? October 7, 1637) was the Duke of Savoy from 1630 to 1637. He was also titular King of Cyprus and Jerusalem.|
He was born in Turin to Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy and Catherine Micaela of Spain. He spent much of his childhood at the Spanish court in Madrid. When his brother prince Filippo Emanuele died, he became legitimate heir to the duchy and received the loyalty swore of the court at Racconigi on January 21, 1607.
After a crisis with relationships with Spain, he was married to Louis XIII of France's daughter Christine Marie.
Coat of Arms of the Dukes of Savoy after Victor Amadeus I.Victor Amadeus became Duke of Savoy after his father's death in 1630. Charles Emmanuel's policies had brought a great instability in the relationships with France and Spain, and troops were needed to defend the Duchy. As money was lacking to recruit mercenaries or train indigenous soldiers, Victor Amadeus signed a peace treaty with Spain. With the Treaty of Cherasco, Savoy was given back Pinerolo, although, according to a secret point of the agreement, that important stronghold was to remain to France in exchange of Geneve.
Subsequently, under the direction of Cardinal Richelieu, Victor Amadeus attempted to create an anti-Spanish league in Italy. In 1637 he crushed a Spanish army at battle of Mombaldone.
On September 25 of that year, Victor Amadeus fell ill after a dinner offered by the Duke of CrÈqui. Carried to Turin, he died here on October 7.
|SAVOY, Victor Amadeus I Duke Of (I48257)
||Vincent emigrated to America,and is supposed to have been the progenitor of all of the names in the United States. Vincent and his family are first heard of at Plymouth, Mass., in 1637, and again at Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1639. They removed to Rehoboth, Mass., and about 1644 to New Haven, Connecticut. The group arrived in Hammonassett, East Guilford (now Madison) Conn. in 1654, where Vincent Built a house. There is a tradition that his was the first interment in Hammonassett Cemetery. From that day to the present time the name is synonymous in this country with public service, and many of the line have attained to eminence, with honors, both public and private. His wife died before his migration. ||MEIGS, Vincent (I39212)
||Viola A. Derby Brombley, "Derby Genealogy" Being a record of the Descendants of Thomas Derby of Stow Massachusetts (Name: The Grafton Press - Genealogical Publishers;). ||Source (S00013)
||Virginia C. Smith, 92, of Indianapolis, crossed over March 3, 2014. She was born June 21, 1921, in Richmond, VA, to the late Clarence C. and Nora L. Godfrey Calvin.|
Virginia was a 1939 graduate of Warren Central High School. She was an organist, pianist and choir director for several churches, and had worked for Shirley Brothers Mortuaries for over 33 years. Virginia was a longtime member of Old Bethel United Methodist Church.
Virginia is survived by her children, Merrilinda Griffin ("Skeets"), Robin "Rob" Smith (Mary Ruth), Kent Smith and Ginny Mills; 14 grandchildren; and over 50 great-grandchildren.
A daughter-in-law, Debbie Smith, preceded her in death.
Servies entrusted to Shirley Brothers.
|CALVIN, Virginia (I79084)