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h/o Katie I.
s/o Joseph Robert & Ruth (Cox)

Earlham Library Obituaries, February 1952
Earlham, Iowa

ALBERT SOLE

Albert Sole was born April 27th, 1887, on a farm near Winterset, Iowa, of the union of Joseph Robert Sole and Ruth Cox. At the age of 15, he moved with his parents to the Earlham community where he spent the rest of his life.

On February 14, 1917, he was united in marriage with Katie Irene Croft. After 14 months in the service of his country in World War I, he and his wife moved to their farm southeast of town. Two daughters, Helen Sole Buche and Nellie came to bless this union.

Mr. Sole was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Earlham, at one time was active in the American Legion, and served his neighbors for several years on the Board of Directors of the Adams Township Mutual Telephone Company.

He was a kind and loving husband and father. He always enjoyed the company of his many friends and neighbors and was ever willing to lend them a helping hand.

His illness was of fairly short duration and he passed to his reward following a series of strokes on February 7th in the Veterans Administration hospital in Des Moines.

His wife and daughters and son-in-law, James Buche, together with three sisters, Mrs. Clara Brittain, Mrs. Perry Roderick and Mrs. Charles Addy and many other relatives and a host of friends mourn his departure. Two sisters, Lily Mae and Elizabeth, and one brother, George, preceded him in death. 
SOLE, Albert (I53733)
 
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Patience arrived in the "Anne" about July 10, 1623 with Fear Brewster. 
BREWSTER, Patience (I07768)
 
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Theodore Vesa Sr.
Merrillville, IN

Theodore Vesa Sr., age 87, of Merrillville, IN passed away Thursday, February 14, 2002. He was a retired electrician at U.S. Steel Gary Works and a member of Bethel Baptist Church. Ted was born November 15, 1914, in Homorog, Romania and came to America on August 30, 1920, settling in New Castle, PA. He was a graduate of Coyne Electrical School in Chicago, IL. Ted married Sylvia Chuch on September 7, 1940. He was preceded in death by his Wife, Sylvia; Parents, Gabriel and Katy Vesa; and two Sisters, Mary (late Joe) Sabo; and Eva Vesa.

He is survived by four children: Carol Vesa of Merrillville, IN; Ted (Janet) Vesa of Columbia City, IN; Tim (Beth) Vesa of Crown Point, IN; and Dave (Patti) Vesa of Mesquite, TX.

Funeral services will be held Monday, February 18, 2002, at 11:00am at Geisen Funeral Home, 7905, Broadway, Merrillville, IN.

Rev. Marvin B. Troyer officiating.

Burial to follow at Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville, IN.

Friends may call at the Geisen Funeral Home on Sunday from 2:00pm to 8:00pm. 
VESA, Theodore Sr. (I58464)
 
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?On Sunday afternoon the Ticonderoga arrived at the dock bearing the remains of Capt. Baldwin who died at his home in Burlington on Friday. Besides his wife two sons and other immediate relatives there were many friends and prominent men connected with the Champlain Transportation
Company, who came to pay their tribute and last respects to the deceased. The interment was at Lake View cemetery. To Mrs. Nellie Baldwin who was an Essex girl, her friends extend their sympathy in the sorrow that has come to her in the prime of life.
Essex County Republican, December 3, 1909
 
BALDWIN, Capt. Edward J. (I03489)
 
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Earl B. Slawson returned to Illinois for the express purpose of enlisting, which he did in Company B, 34th Illinois Infantry, in March, 1863. This company became part of the army of Gen. Sherman in the 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 14th Army Corps. His company was engaged at the battle of Lookout Mountain, the siege of Atlanta, Buzzard's Roost and Crab Orchard, and he was in his place with them in that march to the sea, which has become a household word, and lastly, at the grand review at Washington, on the 24th of May, 1865, after which he received an honorable discharge on the 16th of July following. He then returned to Otoe County, Neb., and took up a homestead claim and made it his residence about fifteen years, then went to Palmyra, Neb., and engaged in the grocery business for about twelve months, subsequently engaging in mercantile pursuits at Utica, Neb., for three years. After this he returned to Palmyra, and for two years renewed his old life and occupation. At the close of that period he sold out and returned to his Otoe farm, and in 1884 came to Lancaster County and settled on his present farm, which contains some of the best land in the county, and includes eighty acres, all in an excellent state of cultivation.
August 24, 1862, was a red letter day, for he was then united in wedlock with Cordelia M. Brown, who was the daughter of Vivalda and Aura T. Brown, and was born Dec. 27, 1842. 
SLAWSON, Earl B. (I51188)
 
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Excerpt from "History of Broome County, New York": His father was Nathaniel Slosson, of Berkshire, Mass. He married Julia Ann De Witt, born in Fenton in 1807, married in 1832; she died in 1844. Her father was Abraham De Witt, who was an early settler and died in 1831..... Mr. Slosson is one of the pioneers of Broome county. He was in his younger days in active business, and learned the trade of cloth dresser and carried on the business for eighteen years in the then village of Binghamton, at what was then known as Lewis Mills. Mr. S. retired upon his farm in 1850, where he hwas ever since resided. Mr. S. is a man of strong mind and sound judgment, and is universally respected for his firm adherence of principles he believes to be right. He is now in the possession of allhis faculties and appears to wear the years with as good grace as most men do at sixty or seventy years. Although nearly eight-five years have come and gone, he has lived to see this county grow from a howling wilderness to one of great prosperity, and the now city of Binghamton, containing a population of 20,000 people, has come to such from a small hamlet of which he can well remember. Truly he is one of the early pioneers of old Broome county, and has kept alove the memories of this county during all its changes. 
SLOSSON, William S. (I53126)
 
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/o Mary B. (Sole)
s/o Alexander Mordecai & Mary Frances (Howell)

Winterset Madisonian May 1957
Winterset, Iowa

CHARLES M. ADDY DIES AT 81 YEARS

Death Occurred Wednesday at State Hospital in Iowa City

Charles M. Addy, a resident of Madison county since childhood died Wednesday, May 29, at Iowa City. He was 81 years of age.

Mr. Addy was a native of Cambridge, O., where he was born March 24, 1876, a son of Alex and Mary Addy. He came to Madison county with his parents as a small child. He engaged in farming during his early life, but later was employed at the Farmers elevator in Winterset for many years.

He was married Jan. 4, 1899, to Mary Belle Sole. Her death occurred in 1952. a son, Woodrow Addy, also preceded him in death.

Surviving ware four children Mrs. Geneva Little of Winterset, Clarence E. Addy of Omaha, Hugo H. Addy of Tilton, N. H., and George W. Addy of Denver, Colorado. He leaves 13 grandchildren 10 great grand children, four brothers and four sisters.

Funeral services were held Friday from the Anderson home for funerals, conducted by the Rev. Warren M. Hile, pastor of the Winterset Christian church. Burial was made in the McDonald Cemetery. 
ADDY, Charles Melvin (I01447)
 
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1st w/o Jed
d/o George & Rebecca (Mills)

Winterset Madisonian - July 31, 1918

Viola Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cox, was born in Union township, Madison county, June 16, 1879. She was reared on the farm nine miles northeast of Winterset, in Union township and in 1906, moved with her parents to Bourbon county, Kansas and on Dec. 25, 1906 was there united in marriage to Jed Osborn of Peru, Walnut township, Madison county, Iowa.

To this union were born two children: Mildred, now aged 10, and Lorraine, now aged 6 years. They made their home in Walnut township, in the Peru vicinity until April 15, 1918, when they moved to their present home in Winterset, where her earthly life ended July 27, at 10 a.m., making her age 29 years, 1 month, 11 days.

She leaves to mourn her death as wife and mother, Jed, her husband and Mildred and Lorraine, the two daughters; also her mother, Mrs. George Cox of Winterset; two sisters: Mrs. Letta Jones of Walnut township and Mrs. Elsie Killion of Winterset; and three brothers: Sylvanus, Casper and Herman, all of Madison county; besides the many other relatives and friends, of which she had many. She united with the U.B. church at the age of 16, of which she continued to be a member until her death. 
COX, Viola (I13404)
 
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4m 2d, s/o George & Rebecca H. (Mills)

Winterset Reporter - February 18, 1897
Pg 5

Died.-A child of Geo. Cox, of Union township, died Monday evening.

Winterset Madisonian - February 19, 1897
Pg 2

The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cox, of Union township, whose illness was mentioned in these columns some ten days ago, died Tuesday. 
COX, Willard (I13406)
 
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d/o Joseph Robert & Ruth (Cox)

Winterset Madisonian - March 28, 1890
Winterset, Iowa
Page 4

County and City

An 18-year-old daughter of Robert Sole, who lives six miles north of town, died very suddenly last Tuesday night of heart failure. The young lady had gone to bed in apparent good health and died without the least warning.
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Winterset Madisonian - April 18, 1890
Winterset, Iowa
Page 8

In Loving Memory of Lizzie Sole.

"O death! Where is they sting? O grave! Where is thy victory?"

Lizzie, daughter of Robert and Ruth Sole, died March 26, 1890, aged 17 years, 9 months and 28 days. On Wednesday morning at the break of day, the enemy, Death, entered the home and took from their embrace the dear daughter and sister they loved so well. Pleasant memories of her arise, who has passed beyond the river to the heavenly home possible for us all through Divine redemption. Her friends have the consoling assurance that her life, though so brief, was a very happy one.

Her removal from this world into the spirit world, was sudden, heart failure being the cause. On Tuesday night she and her sister Clara retired as usual. She seemingly was in perfect health. But e'er the sun had risen she was called to go. She was taken away without a moment's warning, in the bloom of youth and beauty. No more shall we hear her mingle her voice in the songs she loved to sing at our Sunday school and church. But she is singing now with the angels, far more beautiful and nobler songs, than these, within the heavenly gates above. At the gate that has been left ajar there is one beckoning the bereaved parents, brothers and sisters to the same happy home, to walk in the beautiful light of God.

Note: Burial was made in the North McDonald cemetery. 
SOLE, Elizabeth (I53735)
 
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h/o Amanda A. (Farris)
s/o Eli & Mary (Mills)

Winterset Madisonian - January 5, 1938
Winterset, Iowa

ALFRED COX DIED SUDDENLY MONDAY

Alfred Cox, a member of a pioneer family in Union township died Monday in Winterset at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Breeding. Death came suddenly as a result of a heart attack. He was 78 years of age.

Alfred Cox was the son of Eli and Mary Cox, who settled in Section 36 of Madison township in 1856. The family came here from Ohio, making the trip overland. About a year later they moved to Union township. There, on what is still known as the Cox farm, seven miles northeast of Winterset, Alfred Cox was born on October 23, 1859.

Mr. Cox had lived practically all his life on the farm where he was born. His father had been one of the early carpenters and pioneer sawmill owners of the county, and the son retained a life-long interest in these trades. In addition to his regular farm work, he became one of the leading carpenters of the county, and in recent years had operated sawmills here.

Mr. Cox was married to Amanda Farris on January 14, 1883. They were the parents of two daughters, now Mrs. Charles Breeding and Mrs. W. S. Farlow, both of Winterset. His wife died on January 8, 1929.

In addition to the two daughters, he leaves six grandchildren: Mrs. Veva Young, Farris Breeding, James Breeding and Virginia Farlow, all of Winterset, Mrs. Evelyn Wight of Lincoln, Neb., and Mrs. Vanna Olson of Bethel, Alaska; a brother, Milton Cox of Riverside, Wash., and two sisters, Mrs. Ira Greenwood and Mrs. Martha Criss, both of Winterset; in addition to seven great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Wednesday from the Tidrick funeral home in Winterset, in charge of the Rev. M. R. Talley, pastor of the First Methodist church. Burial was made in the McDonald cemetery in Jefferson township.

(North McDonald cemetery) 
COX, Alfred (I13369)
 
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h/o Anna C. (Cox)
s/o James Arthur & Eliza Jane (McDonald)

Winterset Madisonian - September 25, 1940
Winterset, Iowa

DEATH OF A. R. DUFF OCCURRED SATURDAY

Pioneer Resident Had Lived in Madison County Since 1857

The fading ranks of Madison county's pioneer settlers lost another member last Saturday in the death of Albert R. Duff of Winterset. His death occurred at the home of his son, Thornton Duff. He was 86 years of age.

Mr. Duff was one of Madison county's oldest and most respected citizens, having lived here since 1857.

He was a native of Ohio, where he was born on Feb. 26, 1854, in Gurnsey county, the son of Arthur and Eliza Duff. When he was three years old he came with his parents to this county, and they settled on a farm north of Winterset, where he spent most of his life. Recently he had lived in Winterset, and served the community as city assessor for many years.

He was married on July 11, 1888, to Anna Cox. They were the parents of one son, Thornton L. Duff.

At an early age he became a member of the United Presbyterian church, and throughout his life was an influential member.

He is survived by his son; a brother, James M. Duff of Adel; and one granddaughter.

Funeral services were held Monday from the United Presbyterian church in charge of the Rev. C. E. Courtney, and burial was made in the McDonald cemetery.

(North McDonald cemetery) 
DUFF, Albert R. (I20094)
 
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h/o Beulah Mae (Light)
s/o George & Rebecca H. (Mills)

Winterset Madisonian
July 25, 1945

HERMAN COX DIED LAST SATURDAY

Succumbs at State Hospital in Iowa City at Age of 51 Years

Herman Cox, a long-time resident of Winterset, died at the state hospital in Iowa City last Saturday after several months of rapidly failing health. He was 51 years of age.

Mr. Cox was widely known through Madison county through his work as a garage operator and mechanic in Winterset over a long period of years.

He was a life-long resident of Madison county, being born here July 4, 1894, the son of George and Rebecca Cox. He was married Feb. 7, 1914 to Beulah Mae Light. They were the parents of four children, all of whom survive.

In addition to his wife, he leaves the four children, Mrs. Eldon Frederick and Mrs. Paul Bruns of Winterset, Mrs. Richard Paton of Clarinda, S/Sgt. George Cox of the U. S. army in Germany. He also leaves two brothers, Casper Cox of Winterset, and Sylvanus Cox of Des Moines; a sister, Mrs. Harry Killion of Richmond, Ind., and five grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Tuesday from Anderson's Funeral home in charge of the Rev. Arthur Mortenson, pastor of the Winterset Presbyterian church. Burial was made in the McDonald cemetery. 
COX, Herman (I13385)
 
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h/o Clara (Sole)
s/o Alfred C. & Julia A. (Barrow)

Winterset Madisonian - Wed., January 2, 1946

John Brittain, a widely known Union township farmer, and member of a pioneer family in this county, died at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines last Friday, following a major operation. He was 73 years of age.

Mr. Brittain was the son of Alfred and Julia Brittain, who were early settlers of this county. He was born here March 27, 1872, and lived his entire life in Madison county.

He is survived by his wife, who now lives in Des Moines; three sons, Clarence, Alfred and Dow Brittain; and seven daughters, Mae, Helen, Ethel, Grace, Maude, Alice and Isabel. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Martha Guiberson of Van Meter; and five brothers, Newton Brittain of Washington, Bill Brittain of California, Dave Brittain of Des Moines and Seth and Bob Brittain of Winterset.

Funeral services were held Monday from the Anderson home for funerals in charge of the Rev. Howard Strong, pastor of the Winterset Presbyterian church. Burial was made in the McDonald cemetery, northeast of Winterset. 
BRITTAIN, John William (I07925)
 
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h/o Eudora H. (Pearson)
s/o Joseph Robert & Ruth (Cox)

Earlham Echo - February 2, 1950
Earlham, Iowa

George W. Sole, son of Joseph Robert and Ruth Sole, was born November 6, 1888 in a log cabin near Winterset, Iowa and passed away at the hospital in Redfield, January 26, 1950. He came with his parents into the Earlham community when he was still young. They lived south of town first.

January 15, 1919, he was united in marriage to Eudora H. Pearson. They lived on various farms around Earlham. Farming was the chosen occupation of Mr. Sole but because of ill health he had to give it up. He then moved into Earlham where his home was at the time of his death.

Two sisters preceded him in death; Lillie May who died in infancy and Lizzie, who passed away as a young girl.

Mr. Sole is survived by his wife; one brother, Albert of Earlham; three sisters, Mrs. Perry Roderick of Earlham; Mrs. Charles Addy and Mrs. Clara Brittain of Winterset and many nephews and nieces beside many friends.

Funeral services were held at the Welch Funeral Home Saturday at 2. Interment was in the Earlham cemetery. 
SOLE, George W. (I53736)
 
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h/o Rebecca H. (Mills)
s/o Eli & Mary (Mills)

Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
May 9, 1917

GEORGE COX Drops Dead

Expires While Talking With Friends in Court House
Yard. Was An Early Settler

George Cox, a pioneer of Madison county and well known throughout the county, dropped dead in the court house yard on Monday afternoon while talking to Dr. W. H. Thompson and W. P. Rhyno. He was one of the strongest men in the county, had never been seriously ill and his sudden death was a profound shock to the entire community. A short time prior to his death, someone attempted to lift one of the iron sections of the new flag pole, but could not move it. Cox, who was among the onlookers, took hold of the heavy pipe and raised it without apparent effort. Fifteen minutes later he fell dead and it is thought that the exertion may have caused the rupture of a blood vessel.

Like his father, Eli Cox, he had a great liking for mechanics and tools, and early learned skilled carpenter work from his father. When but 18, he assisted in the operation of his father's sawmill, which was the only one in the North River neighborhood. Both father and son were bridge builders in Madison county, the one erecting a number of the early bridges, the son acting as bridge foreman for the bridge force in 1894 and 1909.

Mr. Cox lived in Union township for many years, but preferred to leave the greater part of the labor of farming to others, while he worked along structural lines and as a contractor. For the past nine years he has lived in Winterset. Besides Mrs. Cox, six children survive. 
COX, George (I13382)
 
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h/o Susan B. (Gifford)
s/o George & Rebecca H. (Mills)

Winterset Madisonian
1963

SYLVANUS COX DIED THURSDAY AT NEVADA

Sylvanus Cox, a Winterset resident for many years, died last Thursday, Jan. 31, at a hospital in Nevada, Ia. He was 77 years of age.

Mr. Cox was a son of George and Rebecca Cox, and was born at Winterset Aug. 29, 1886. Most of his life was spent in this community, for the last 11 years his home has been at Nevada.

Surviving are two sons, Donald Cox of Boone and Burton Cox of Hale, Mo.; and 10 grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Saturday from the Seventh Day Adventist church in Nevada, conducted by Elder E. B. Hallsted, assisted by Walter Thomas. Burial was made in the North McDonald cemetery near Winterset. 
COX, Sylvanus (I13402)
 
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w/o Albert
d/o Thomas & Margaret (Foglesong)

Earlham Echo - May 1958
Earlham, Iowa

OBITUARY

Katie Irene Sole was born March 11, 1888, in the farm home where she lived until the last three years and passed away at her home in Earlham on Saturday, May 3, 1958, at the age of 70 years. She was the youngest of three children born to the union of Margaret Foglesong and Thomas Croft. A brother, Will Croft of Bricelyn, Minnesota, and a sister, Mary Ann Compton of Whittier, California, preceded her in death.

Mrs. Sole attended school at the old Earlham Academy and graduated with the class of 1909. Following her graduation, she taught school around Earlham for eight years.

On February 14, 1917, she was joined in marriage to Albert Sole, who preceded her in death in February, 1952.

Mrs. Sole was a lifetime member of the First Presbyterian church in Earlham and active in the Presbyterian Women's Organization. She had just celebrated 50 years as a member of the Marguerite Rebekah Lodge of which she was a three time Past Noble Grand. She was a member of the Three-Link Club and president at the time of her death. She was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and its Past President's Club. She was active in all these organizations until the time of her death and enjoyed each one very much.

She leaves to mourn her passing two daughters, Mrs. Helen Buche of Des Moines and Mrs. Edward Kempe of Earlham; three grandchildren, Ruth Ann Buche and Irene and Carl Kempe; a number of nieces and nephews and a host of friends.

A devoted and loving mother and grandmother, and a loyal friend to many is gone from our midst, but her memory will remain pleasantly with us.

(Burial was in the Earlham cemetery) 
CROFT, Katie Irene (I14453)
 
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w/o Albert R.
d/o Eli & Mary (Mills)

Winterset Madisonian-Winterset, Iowa
March 5, 1936

Death of Mrs. A. R. Duff

Mrs. A. R. Duff, long time resident of Madison county, died at her home in the northeast part of Winterset, Friday, February 28th after a ten day illness with heart trouble and complications. She was 74 years of age. Mrs. Duff had been in poor health for some time, but her condition was not regarded as serious until she suffered the heart attack on February 19th.

Mrs. Duff, who was the former Anna Cox, was a daughter of Eli and Mary Cox, pioneer settlers of this county, She was born here August 17, 1861. Early in girlhood she joined the United Brethren church _____she transferred her membership to the United Presbyterian church and was an active member until her death.

With the exception of two years in Montana, her entire life was spent in Iowa and most of it in Madison county, where she leaves a large circle of friends.

Mrs. Duff leaves her husband and their one son, Thornton Duff of Winterset, and one granddaughter, Phyllis Duff. She also is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Martha Criss and Mrs. Amanda Greenwood of Winterset and Mrs. Ella Guiberson of Anaconda, Montana; and two brothers, Alfred Cox of Winterset and Milton Cox of Riverside, Washington.

Her funeral services were conducted at the United Presbyterian church, Sunday, March 1, at 2 o'clock by the Rev. W. G. Robertson pastor and burial in the United Brethren cemetery northeast of Winterset. Mrs. Duff had asked that six of her nephews serve as pall bearers at her funeral. These were-Joe Brittain, Albert Sole, Howard and Willard Criss, Sylvanus Cox and Guiher Greenwood. 
COX, Anna C. (I13374)
 
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w/o Alfred
d/o Charles & Mary Jane (Keener) Farris

Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
January 17, 1929 - page 3

Mrs. Alf Cox

Amanda A. Farris, daughter of Charles and Mary Jane Farris, was born October 26, 1853 in Union township, Madison county, passing away January 8, 1929, at the age of 75 years, 2 months and 12 days.

At a very early age she was united with a neighborhood Baptist church, which met for services at the old Farris school house. Later there was a Church of Christ organized at Patterson, the Farris family uniting there after the school house organization was discontinued. At the time of her death she was affiliated with the United Presbyterian church of Winterset. She loved to attend church services and was always there when her frail health permitted.

January 14, 1883 she was united in marriage to Alfred Cox, also of Union township, Madison county. To this union was born two daughters, Albia, who is now Mrs. Chas. Breeding, and Vanna, who is now Mrs. E. C. Farlow, both of Winterset. She also leaves six grandchildren. She is survived by three brothers and a sister, C. L. Farris, of Newport, Oregon; A. M. Farris, of Des Moines; F. D. Farris, of Ansley, Nebraska, and Mrs. Lucy Brittain, of Winterset.

Mere words cannot express the love and devotion she bestowed on her home and family. In later years when six grandchildren were added to the family circle, her only fault if it can be so called, was in loving them too much.

This is the first breaking of the family ties. Her husband, children, and grandchildren, are like a ship (unreadable). She was the center of everything and around her the home was built.

Rev. W. C. Porter conducted the funeral services at the home Thursday afternoon and burial was made in the McDonald cemetery. 
FARRIS, Amanda A. (I21748)
 
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w/o Charles A.
d/o Richard P. & Mary Catherine (Duff) Etter

Winterset Madisonian-Winterset, Iowa
January 27, 1927

Lenora E. Cox

Eliza Lenora Cox, only child of Richard P. and Katherine Etter was born in Harrison county, Missouri, September 18th 1879 and departed this life January 22nd, 1927 at the Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines at the age of 47 years, 4 months and 4 days.

Her mother passed away when she was only two years of age and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Duff, raised her. She was united in marriage to Charles A. Cox on February 27th, 1896 and to this union four children were born, three sons and one daughter; Richard Lee and Oscar of Earlham, Wilma Joan Reigle of Chicago and Wallace at home. Besides the four children, she leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, aged father, two half-sisters, one grandchild and a host of other relatives and friends.

The greater part of her life has been spent in Madison county with the exception of two years which she and her family spent on a farm near Linneus, Missouri.

Nora was a patient sufferer during her last illness. Her one wish while in the hospital was to be at home with her loved ones. She was a kind and loving wife and mother and held high esteem in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.

Funeral services were held at the United Presbyterian church of Winterset, Tuesday morning January 25th, at 10:30 conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. Z. Allen. Interment was made in the North Branch United Brethren cemetery 
ETTER, Eliza Lenora (I21507)
 
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w/o Charles M.
d/o Joseph R. & Ruth (Cox)

Winterset Madisonian, October 22, 1952, Pg7
Winterset, Iowa

MRS. CHARLES M. ADDY OF WINTERSET DIES

Life-Long Resident of this County Was 74 Years of Age

Mrs. Charles M. Addy, life-long resident of Madison county died at her home in Winterset last Thursday. Her death came suddenly, although she had been in failing health for some time. She was 74 years of age.

Mrs. Addy was the former Mary Belle Sole, daughter of Joseph and Ruth Sole. She was born July 21, 1878. She was married to Charles M. Addy on Jan. 4, 1899. They began their married life on a farm in Jefferson township, but they moved to Winterset many years ago.

Mrs. Addy leaves her husband; four children, Mrs. Geneva Little of Winterset, Clarence E. Addy of Omaha, Hugo H. Addy of Gainesville, Ga., and George W. Addy of Denver. A son, Woodrow, and two daughters, preceded her in death. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Perry Roderick of Earlham and Mrs. Clara Brittain of Winterset.

Funeral services were held Sunday from Anderson's home for funerals, conducted by the Rev. Sehrman (Sherman) Hanson, pastor of the Winterset Church of Christ. Burial was made in the McDonald cemetery northeast of Winterset.

Note: North McDonald Cemetery 
SOLE, Mary Belle (I53740)
 
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w/o George
d/o Enos & Elizabeth (Guye) Mills

Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
October 29, 1931 - page 1

Death of Mrs. George Cox

Mrs. George Cox died Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Harry Killion, in Des Moines. Mrs. Cox had been ill for over a year following a stroke. She became much worse on Friday, passing away Tuesday morning. She was born and raised in Madison county, celebrating her 76th birthday in February. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. Enos Mills. She was married to George Cox, who preceded her in death, passing away May 7, 1917. Four children also have preceded her in death, Irvin Millard, Mrs. Viola Osborn and Mrs. Betty Jones. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Harry Killion of Des Moines; and three sons, Herman of Corning, Casper and Sylvanus of this county. Funeral services are being held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the United Presbyterian church, conducted by Reverend W. C. Porter and burial will be in the United Brethren cemetery, in Jefferson township. 
MILLS, Rebecca Hannah (I39834)
 
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w/o George W.
d/o Charles & Addie (Hill)

Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
February 23, 1994

EUDORA SOLE, Earlham

Eudora Sole, 96, of Earlham died of a heart ailment February 16, 1994 at the Winterset Care Center North. Services were February 19, 1994 at the Earlham United Methodist Church. Burial was at the Earlham Cemetery.

She was a homemaker and was a lifetime resident of Earlham until moving to the care center in 1980

She has no immediate survivors. 
PEARSON, Eudora H. (I43685)
 
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w/o John Wm.
d/o Joseph Robert & Ruth (Cox)

Winterset Madisonian-Winterset, Iowa
April 18, 1955; p. 7

CLARA BRITTAIN DIED LAST FRIDAY

Life-Long Resident Dies at 80 Years, After Long Illness

Mrs. Clara Brittain, a life-long resident of Madison county died at a Winterset nursing home last Friday, April 8, after five years of failing health. She was 80 years of age.

Mrs. Brittain was born in Madison county on Dec. 1, 1874. (daughter of Joseph Robert and Ruth (Cox) Sole). She was married Nov. 30, 1893 to John Brittain. They spent their active years on a farm north of Winterset. Mr. Brittain died in 1945.

She was a member of the North River U. B. church.

Mrs. Brittain is survived by 10 children; J. Clarence Brittain of Earlham, Alfred C. Brittain of Columbia, Mo., May McBride of Polk City, Helen Moeckly of Ankeny, Ethel Hopper of Wichita, Kan., Grace Carlson of Seattle, Wash., Dow Brittain of Winterset, Maude J. Armstrong of Mound, Minn., Alice Sewall of Minneapolis, Minn., and Isabel Langfeld of New Ulm, Minn. She also leaves 25 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, and a sister, Sydney Roderick of Earlham.

Funeral services were held from the North River church Monday conducted by the pastor the Rev. A. Beuerman. Burial was made in the North McDonald cemetery. 
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w/o Joseph R.
d/o Eli & Nancy (Mills) Cox

Winterset Madisonian - January 15, 1903

Obituary

Ruth, daughter of Eli and Mary Cox was born in Clinton county, Ohio, September 22, 1853, and died January 10, 1903.

She was married to J. R. Sole November 13, 1872. To them were born seven children, five of whom and her husband are left to mourn her departure. In girlhood she confessed Christ and became a member of the Baptist church, and she lived and died with a church relationship in that Christian body. The funeral services were conducted from the North River U. B. church on Monday. E. W. Curtis.

Note: Burial was made in the North McDonald cemetery. 
COX, Ruth (I13399)
 
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w/o Perry S.
d/o John Robert & Ruth (Cox) Sole

Earlham Echo - November 1958
Earlham, Iowa

OBITUARY

Sidney Roderick, daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Cox) Sole, was born on a farm in Madison county, Iowa, on September 15, 1876.

She was united in marriage to Perry S. Roderick on August 27, 1903. To this union were born a daughter, Mary Veneta, and a son, Walter Alvin. Most of their married life was spent in or near Earlham, until February of this year, when they went to make their home with the daughter, Veneta Reeves, of Adel, Iowa.

She has been in failing health for some time, and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Reeves, on November 19, 1958, at the age of 82 years, two months and four days.

Mrs. Roderick was preceded in death by her husband, Perry, her parents, four sisters--Lilly Mae, Elizabeth, Belle (Mrs. Charles Addy), Clara (Mrs. John Brittain), and two brothers, Albert and George Sole.

She leaves to mourn her passing her daughter, Veneta (Mrs. Glen Reeves), and her son, Walter Roderick, both of Adel, one granddaughter, Shirley Hunsiker of Altoona, Iowa, three grandsons, Thomas Reeves, Paul Nichols and James Roderick, all of Adel, one great granddaughter, Valerie Jean Hunsiker of Altoona, one sister-in-law, Mrs. Eudora Sole, several nieces and nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends.

The funeral service was held in the Earlham Methodist church on Saturday morning, November 22, at 10 o'clock. Rev. L. Willard Reynolds was in charge of the service. Mrs. Alma Mapes and Mrs. Gertrude Conrad sang, accompanied by Mrs. Mervyn McLennan at the piano. Casket bearers were Wayne Swallow, Edward Kempe, Dow Brittain, James Buche, Earl Meyer, and Frederick Meyer. Burial was in the Earlham cemetery. 
SOLE, Sidney Page (I53742)
 
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Winterset Madisonian
April 10, 1924

John Cox

John Cox was born in Clinton county, Ohio, Feb. 13, 1849 and departed this life March 30, 1924 at his home in Winterset, at the age of 75 years, 1 month and 11 days. He was the oldest son of Eli and Mary Cox, one of a family of twelve children. He accompanied his parents to this county when but a child and attended the Guiberson district school in Union township and also pursued his studies for a time in a log school house in Jefferson township. Upon starting out for himself, he operated a part of his father's farm in Union township, but in 1872, purchased land and concentrated his energies upon its cultivation. In 1900 he sold his holdings and removed to Winterset, where he followed the carpenter trade to some extent until of late years.

On Nov. 11, 1869, he was united in marriage to Miss Nancy McDonald, and to this union were born five children, two girls and three boys: Mrs. Harriet Addy of Earlham; Charles A., LeRoy and Mrs. Beulah E. Cox, all of Winterset; and William R. of Estelline, S.D., all of whom are left to mourn the loss of this kind and loving father. The mother departed this life Nov. 31, 1901. He also leaves four sisters and three brothers: Mrs. A. R. Duff, Mrs. Ira Greenwood and Mrs. Martha Criss, all of Winterset; Mrs. Ray Guiberson of Terry, Mont.; Amos Cox of Lamberton, Minn.; Milton Cox of Chehalls, Wash.

He was again united in marriage to Miss Barbara Mills on Jan. 16, 1904, who also survives him. He united with the North Branch U.B. church in the year 1895 and has been a faithful servant of his Master to the end. To know him was to love him., It can truly be said that he hadn't an enemy. Besides these sorrowing relatives, he leaves also a host of friends to mourn his loss in the vacant place in the earthly home which he has left. But heaven will be a brighter place by his being there.

Funeral services were held at the United Presbyterian church in Winterset, Tuesday afternoon, April 1, conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. Z. Allen. Interment was made in the North Branch United Brethren cemetery. 
COX, John A. (I13389)
 
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Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
January 24, 1929 - page 7

Mrs. John Cox

Barbara Elizabethann Mills was born in Douglas township, Madison county, Iowa, August 17, 1859, and passed from the life the morning of January 16, 1929, aged 69 years. She was the daughter of Enos and Elizabeth Baldwin Mills. She spent all her life in Madison county except seven years of her girlhood in Missouri.

When nineteen years old she united with the Christian church which worshipped in the old stone school house on North creek. She lived and died in quiet faith, trusting her redeemer and Lord, both for this life and that which is to come.

She was the youngest of a family of nine, of whom there is but one survivor, a sister, Rebecca, Mrs. George Cox. Five stepchildren, whom she mothered, live and love her: Mrs. Harriet Addy, of Earlham; Chas. A. and Leroy Cox, of Winterset; Wm. Riley Cox, of Estelville, South Dakota, and Mrs. Beulah Ellen Cox, of Des Moines. Besides these there are many relatives and friends who will look for "Aunt Barbara's" smiling face when they get to heaven.

The Rev. W. C. Porter conducted the funeral services at the United Presbyterian church, Thursday, January 17th.
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Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
January 7, 1929 - page 1

Death of Mrs. John Cox

Mrs. John Cox passed away at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Cox, on East Buchanan street, Wednesday morning at 2:20 o'clock, at the age of 69 years. Since last February she had suffered from the effects of a paralytic stroke and several weeks ago gave up her home and went to live with her only sister.

She was the daughter of Enos and Elizabeth Baldwin Mills, of Douglas township, and on January 16, 1904, she was united in marriage to John Cox, and became the mother of his five children, who mourn her loss.

The bereaved are, Mrs. Harriett Addy, of Earlham; Mrs. Beulah Cox, of Des Moines; Wm. Riley Cox, of North Dakota, and Charles A. and Roy, both of Winterset, and her sister, Mrs. George Cox.

Funeral services will be conducted today (Thursday) at 1:30 o'clock at the United Presbyterian church, the Rev. W. C. Porter officiating. Burial will be made in the McDonald Cemetery in Jefferson township. 
MILLS, Barbara Elizabethann (I39772)
 
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Born in Newton, Mr Straway had lived in Sparta since 1946. He was employed for 29 years by the Sparta Township Public Works Dept.

He served with the US Army during WWII, in the 2488 Quartermaster Truck Co. in the European theater.

He was a former member of the Sparta Ambulance Squad, a member of the Sussex County Peace Officers Assoc., the founder of the Smoky Ridge Rod & Gun Club of Sparta and from 1965 to 1986 he served as a special Police officer for Sparta.

He was predeceased by his wife Pearl in 1986.

He is survived by;
sons; Raymond, Robert, Arthur, and George.
bros; Rhinehard and Floyd.
sisters; Frances Pierson, Fay Shauger, & Clara Strode.

A private creamation was held Thursday at the Rosedale Creamatory, Orange NJ. No other services or visitation is scheduled.
obit

Family links:
Spouse:
Pearl Courtright Straway (1923 - 1986)*

*Point here for explanation

Burial:
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown.

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Record added: Apr 15, 2009
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STRAWAY, Raymond F. (I55531)
 
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Per family genealogist Patsy Jackson:
Together with their newborn son, Charles William, W.B.'s son from a previous marriage George Walter age 7, and W.B's sister, they came to Texas. The first documented place they have been found in was Anderson County, where they are listed on the 1880 US Census. (Anderson County appears to have been a common entry point into Texas.) Family history states that his sister married a man named Suggs and settled near Troup, Smith County TX. From Anderson County they next traveled to Plank, in Hardin County . W.B. was a farmer and they operated a sawmill at Plank, TX. Next they moved to Trinity County near the town of Glendale. While in Trinity County he operated a sawmill. They buried their five month old son, Albert Carroll, in the Glendale Cemetery in October 1884. On November 11, 1895, W.B. Munson bought an 80 acre tract of land in Polk County, TX at 10 Mile Board for $1800.00, from the estate of James Fowler. William Berry and Julia Ann moved Ten Mile Board with their children. Family history records that they moved into a "cabin" until their new two-story home was completed. The drive way to their home was lined with cedar trees. There primary occupation was farming.

Family links:
Children:
Henry Owen Munson (1883 - 1934)*
Oscar Lee Munson (1889 - 1970)*

Spouse:
Julia Ann Predmore Munson (1862 - 1925)

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Burial:
Blue Water Cemetery
Livingston
Polk County
Texas, USA 
MUNSON, William Berry (I40751)
 
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I originally had Thomas Gates as the son of Peter and Mary Josselyn. However, after reading "the English Origins of Stephen Gates, 1638 Immigrant to Massachusetts, by Edward J. Harrison) (NEGH Jan2006, vol. 160) challenged Stephen's descent from Peter Gates and Mary Josselyn. Based on the dates given, it is impossible for Peter (born circa 1583) and Mary to be the grandparents of Stephen who was born circa 1600. The entries in the Hingham parish registers show no evidence that Stephen's father was named Thomas.

The Gates family is one of the ancient Colonial families of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the progenitor of the branch of the family here considered having been conspicuous in the early settlement of several of the towns in Massachusetts, which state has since been the home of numerous of his descendants, many of whom have been the leading spirits in their several communities, among whom may be mentioned the late Samuel Pearly Gates, of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, who broad charity, benevolence and high efficiency easily made him in many ways the guardian and counsellor of that community.
Stephen, the first of the name in New England was a native of England, born at Norwich, in the county of Norfolk, the son of Thomas Gates. Stephen came to New England in the ship "Diligent", in 1638. He settled first at Hingham, Massachusetts. He was accompanied by his wife and children. In1652 he located at Cambridge, and later at Lancaster, where he was one of the largest proprietors of the town, and was one of the petitioners for its incorporation in 1654; he was also constable there in 1657. Returning to Cambridge he spent the remainder of his life there where he died in 1662. He was admitted a freeman May 14, 1656, He was in Lancaster in 1656 and for a few years afterward, but disagreed with some of his neighbors and left town, returning to Cambridge. His will was dated June 9, 1662, and proved November 24, 1662.

Excerpt from "New England Historical and Genealogical Register": He settled in Hingham, Mass., where he received a grant of three acres for a house lot, twelve acres for a "greate Lott,: and a three acre planting lot. His house lot was on Town (now North) Street and was bounded on the north by the street, on the east by William Buckland's land and upon the west by the town swamp. In 1647 he received a grant of half an acre of salt marsh. On 26 June 1648 he sold his house lot, etc., to William Hersey, but remained in town for some time before his removal. Stephen Gates and his wife probably did not become members of the Hingham Church until about 3 May 1646, when their children Simon, Thomas, Isaac and REbecca were baptized. Birth dates of the children are not found in the Hingham town records...... In 1658 there was trouble between the Gates and Whitcomb families due to the fact that three sons of JOhn Whitcomb had killed three swine belonging to Stephen Gates. Whitcomb agreed to pay for the swine, but afterwared sought to be released from paying, claiming that he was "aged & Weak and mean in estate." The court decided that he must pay for the swine. It is stated that Stephen Gates was deprived of his constable's staff. This probably occurred after his failure to nitify the voters about the meeting, to which reference has been made. At the time of the Gates-Whitcomb trouble Stephen Gates was living in Sudbury, Mass.. 
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In memory of Joseph Merrihew who died Jan 26th 1834 in the 67th year of his age
Vain man thy fond persuits (sic)forber(sic)
Repent, thy end is nigh, Death at the farthest can't be far, O! think before thou die.
 
MERRIHEW, Joseph (I77355)
 
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John was born to Walter Butler and Deborah Dennison, née Ely, in New London, Connecticut in 1728.[1] In 1742, his father moved the family to Fort Hunter on the frontier in the Mohawk Valley near modern Fonda, New York. The Walter Butler Homestead was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.[2] In 1752, he married Catherine (Catalyntje) Bradt, and the couple raised five children (two others died in infancy). He knew several Indian languages and was employed as an interpreter.
In 1755, he was made Captain in the Indian department and saw service in the French and Indian War under William Johnson. He saw action at Fort Ticonderoga, the Battle of Fort Frontenac, the Battle of Fort Niagara, and Montreal. At the Battle of Fort Niagara he was second in command of the Indians.
After the war he came home, and built his estate up to 26,000 acres (105 km²) at Butlersbury, near Caughnawaga. He was second only to Sir William Johnson as a wealthy frontier land owner. He was a judge in the Tryon County court and was appointed Lt.-Colonel of Guy Johnson's regiment of Tryon County militia. Butler worked under Sir William Johnson in the Indian department. Butler was one of the two members representing Tryon County in the New York assembly.

Butler returned to service as a Loyalist when the American Revolution turned to war in 1775. In May, 1775, he left for Canada in the company of Daniel Claus, Walter Butler, Hon Yost Schuyler and Joseph Brant. On July 7, they reached Fort Oswego and in August, Montreal. He was involved in the defense of Montreal against an attack led by Ethan Allen. In November, Carleton sent him to Fort Niagara with instructions to keep the Indians neutral.
His oldest son Walter Butler served with him, but his wife and other children were detained by the American rebels.
In March, 1777 he sent a party of about one hundred Indians to Montreal to force the Americans out of Quebec. In May, Butler received instructions to employ a body of the Six Nations in an attack on New York. On June 5 he received instructions to send as many Indians as he could to Fort Oswego for an attack on Fort Stanwix as a part of the Saratoga campaign. He was put second in command of the Indians, under Daniel Claus.
He led the Indians and a small number of Loyalists in a successful ambush in the Battle of Oriskany. As a result, after this expedition he was commissioned a lieutenant colonel and given authority to raise his own regiment, which became known as Butler's Rangers, initially with a strength of eight companies. He traveled back to Fort Niagara and the first company was completed in December.
In July 1778, Butler led his rangers and Iroquois allies at the Battle of Wyoming, in which he defeated Zebulon Butler and took Forty Fort. The Patriots suffered heavy losses, and after the battle many homes in the area were burned. Later, the battle was referred to as the Wyoming Valley massacre because some of the victorious Loyalists and Iroquois were said to have executed and scalped prisoners and fleeing enemy soldiers.
The American novelist, Joseph Altsheler referred to John Butler as "Indian Butler" in a novel about the Wyoming Massacre, and called him a turncoat and villain who sided with the Indians against the white settlers.[3]
Later that year, after the burning of Tioga, his son Captain Walter Butler led two companies of rangers and 300 Iroquois allies in a raid which was later referred to as the Cherry Valley massacre. The name of Butler was thereafter anathema to the rebels.
His unit of rangers was spread through frontier outposts from Niagara to Illinois. Butler himself commanded from Fort Niagara. In 1779, he was defeated by the Sullivan Expedition at the Battle of Newtown, and withdrew to Fort Niagara.

At the end of the Revolution, Butler once again turned to farming in the Niagara region. He became one of the leaders of Upper Canada, later called Ontario. He was a Deputy Superintendent for the Indian Department, a Justice of the Peace, and the local militia commander. He was also prominent in establishing the Anglican Church and Masonic Order in Ontario.
Butler died at Niagara on May 12, 1796. His wife had died three years prior. He was survived by three sons and a daughter. He is interred in the family burial ground in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.


A school in Niagara-On-The-Lake is named after him as are numerous other establishments including a Best Western Hotel, a sports bar, a street leading to the family burial ground on land that was his former property, and the Butler's Brracks NHS built immediately after the War of 1812. In 2006, Lt-Col Butler was honoured by the Canadian Government with a life-sized bronze bust located at the Valiants Memorial in Ottawa. Alongside Joseph Brant, he is considered a key player in the founding of British North America and eighteenth-century Canada. In 2010, a bust was installed on top of a memorial cairn at the site of his homestead in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
 
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Northwest Indiana Times

Timothy Vesa

Timothy G. Vesa Crown Point Timothy G. Vesa, age 52, of Crown Point, passed away Sunday, March 21, 2004. He attended Lake Hills Baptist Church, past member of Glen Park Baptist Church. He was employed as an Administrative Assistant for the School Town of Munster and the Ross Township Athletic and Special Events Coordinator where he coordinated and was the director of the softball league at Hidden Lake in Merrillville. He was also a AWANA Commander. He was preceded in death by his parents Theodore and Sylvia Vesa. Survived by his wife: Beth Vesa (nee Raspopovich) of Crown Point. Daughter: Kya Vesa at home. Sister: Carol Vesa of Merrillville. Two brothers Ted (Janet) Vesa of Columbia City, IN and David (Patti) Vesa of Mesquite, Texas. In-laws: George and Emily Raspopovich of Schererville. Brothers-in-law: Scott (Paula) Raspopovich of Largo, FL, Randy Raspopovich of Crown Point, Ross (Donna) Raspopovich of Schererville and Bill (Brenda) Raspopovich of Merrillville. Numerous Nieces and Nephews. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, March 24, 2004, 11:00 a.m. at Geisen Funeral Home, 7905 Broadway, Merrillville, IN. Reverend Marvin B. Troyer officiating. Burial to follow at Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville. Friends may call at the Geisen Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 23, 2004 from 2:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Published in The Times from 3/22/2004 - 3/24/2004. 
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Notes from "Commemorative Portrait and Biographical Record of Kane and Kendall Counties, Ill.: Alonzo D. Chaffee, a highly esteemed citizen and a thrifty, energetic and prominent farmer of Campton Township, owns a highly cultivated dairy farm on Section 21, comprising 140 acres of land, and takes an interest in fine stock, with which his farm is well supplies. He originally came from Windham County, Vermont, where he was born August 31, 1839.
Alonzo D. Chaffee made his home with his parents, attending the district school and also Mount Morris Seminary until the age of twenty, when he branched out for himself, buying a part of the old homestead, it being the fine farm upon which he now resides. October 7, 1863, he was united in marriage with Phoebe A. Padelford, a native of Elgin county, Canada, where she was born June 11, 1844, a daughter of J.F. and Prudence (Pound) Padelford, of Massachusetts and Canada, respectively. Five children have been the result of this union Charles A., a talented Christian young man of much promise, who was frowned May 11, 1886, when nearly twenty-one years old, while attending school at Aurora: Willie E., who died December 18, 1872; Mary A; Franklin E. ; and Rosie, who died December 31, 1881. Mr and Mrs. Chaffee and daughter are prominent members of the church. In politics he is a Republican, having been elected to several town offices, such as trustee of schools, and assessor, which position he holds at the present time.... 
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Savannah Morning News:
Vincent A. Fagerstrom - HINESVILLE - Vincent A. Fagerstrom, 76, died Sunday, August 16, 2009 at Candler Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Fagerstrom was born on January 18, 1933 in Sister Bay, WI to the late Waldemar and Hilda Fagerstrom. He served in the United States Army for twenty-nine years and was a Vietnam Veteran. Attaining the rank of Command Sergeant Major, he retired in 1981. Mr. Fagerstrom has lived in Hinesville for the past thirty years where he enjoyed Braves Baseball, his Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren, and collecting vintage Thunderbirds. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Rudy Fagerstrom. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Masako Matsui Fagerstrom of Hinesville;three sons and daughters-in-law, Michael V. and Ann Fagerstrom of Rose Bud, TX, Dean E. and Sharon Fagerstrom of Savannah and Bruce R. and Pascale Fagerstrom of Sykesville, MD; two brothers, Glen Fagerstrom of Sister Bay, WI and Donald Fagerstrom of Massachusetts; five grandchildren, Jessica L. Fagerstrom, Dawn Fagerstrom, Vincent Fagerstrom, Matthew Fagerstrom and Maximillian Fagerstrom; and two great grandchildren, Ethan and Cohen Fagerstrom. Visitation will be from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at Carter Funeral Home Oglethorpe Chapel. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 20, 2009 at Carter Funeral Home Oglethorpe Chapel. Burial will follow in Oglethorpe Memorial Park with full military honors. Carter Funeral Home Oglethorpe Chapel www.carteroglethorpe.com Savannah Morning News August 18, 2009 Please sign our Obituary Guest Book at savannahnow.com/obituaries . 
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Oshkosh Northwestern

Thomas P. Ivansek
NOVEMBER 23, 2010

Thomas P. Ivansek, age 87, of Omro, passed away Sunday, November 21, 2010, at Omro Care Center. He was born June 19, 1923, in Joliet, IL to Thomas and Victoria (Kozlowski) Ivansek. He proudly served his country in the US Army, 9th Armored Div during WWII. Tom married Virginia "Ginger" Bortoli on October 10, 1943, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Joliet, IL. They moved to Omro in 1980. Tom loved fishing, gardening and he was a talented handyman. Tom will best be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor.

Tom is survived and will be missed by his wife of 67 years, Ginger of Omro; his sons, Thomas R. and Terry, both of Omro and Ted (Robin) of Arcadia, Florida; his grandchildren, Mark (Pamela), Ashley and Holly Ivansek; step grandchildren, Kyle and April Morley; great grand children, Madison and Arabella; his brother, Richard of Phoenix; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Doris Kern.

In respect to Tom's memory, family and friends will gather at the funeral home on Wednesday, November 24, 2010 from 2:30 p.m. until the time of the Memorial Service at 5:30 p.m. with Sr. Pam Biehl officiating. The family would like to thank the staff at Omro Care Center and Dr. Ringwala for the care given to Tom and his family.

Kwiatkowski Funeral Home 
IVANSEK, Thomas P. (I31904)
 
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Darrell Loren Holeman
June 14, 1934 - May 28, 2010

Darrell Loren Holeman, 75, Trenton, MO (formerly of King City, MO) passed away Friday, May 28, 2010 at a Trenton, MO health care facility.
He was born June 14, 1934 in Gentry County near King City, MO the son of Loren G.M. and Mary Marie (Wilson) Holeman.
He graduated from King City High School in 1952. The same year he married Shirley McClain in the King City Presbyterian Church.
Darrell was a farmer and lived and farmed for over 50 years in the Prairie Flower District near King City, before moving to Trenton, MO. Their three sons, Michael, Brian and Hilbert also grew up there.
Darrell was a Christian and a member of the King City Presbyterian Church where he had served as a deacon. He also served on the King City School Board, the Senior Citizens Board of Trenton and attended the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Trenton.
He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Brian Keith Holeman in 1975 and sister, Joan Hill.
Survivors include his wife, Shirley (McClain) Holeman, of the home; sons, D. Michael (Luann) Holeman, West Des Moines, IA and Hilbert (Sue) Holeman, Trenton, MO; 5 grandchildren, Heide (Kevin) Tow, Hannah (Eric) Vetsh and Hunter, all of Iowa; Hilary Holeman, Jefferson City, MO and Molly Holeman, Trenton, MO; 2 Great-Grandchildren, Oliver and Sullivan Tow.
Facts
Born: June 14, 1934
Death: May 28, 2010
Occupation: He farmed over 50 years in the Prairie Flower District near King City, MO.
Survivors
Shirley Holeman, Spouse
D. Michael (Luann) Holeman, Son
Hilbert (Sue) Holeman, Son
Heide (Kevin)Tow, Hannah (Eric) Vetsh, and Hunter, Hilary Holeman, and Molly Holeman, Grandchildren
Oliver and Sullivan Tow, Great-grandchildren
Preceded in Death By
Loren G.M. Holeman, Father
Mary Marie (Wilson) Holeman, Mother
Brian Keith Holeman, Son
Joan Hill, Sister

Memorial donations may be made to Trenton Senior Center and/or American Cancer Society.

Services
Visitation
Monday May 31, 2010, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. at Roberson Funeral Home, King City, MO

Funeral Service
Tuesday June 1, 2010, 2::00 p.m. at Roberson Funeral Home, King City, MO

Burial
Tuesday June 1, 2010 at King City Cemetery, King City, Missouri


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Giemza, Albin P. Born to Eternal Life on Friday, February 8, 2013 Age 84 years. Beloved husband of the late Frances. Loving father of Nancy Berchem, John (Glynda) and Linda (the late Scott) Schink. Cherished grandfather of Jennifer, Zachary and Amy Giemza. Dear brother of Rosie Sworsky, Elaine (Joseph) Long, Patricia Ahrens, Joanne Wieczorek, Sis (Gordon) Long and the late Ronald Giemza. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. Visitation THURSDAY, February 14, 2013 from 9-11 AM at ST. CHARLES BORROMEO CHURCH, 3100 W. Parnell Ave., Milwaukee. Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM. Entombment and Military Honors to follow at Arlington Park Cemetery. Albin proudly served in the U.S. Army National Guard of Wisconsin. He was a retiree of Consolidated Freight Ways and was a member of Teamsters Local #200. Throughout his life Albin enjoyed hunting playing cards, bowling, traveling and trap shooting.

Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Feb. 12, 2013


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Inscription
In memory of Jabez Ransom
Son of Mr Jabez and Mrs Chole Ransom
who died Feb 11 1800 in the 28th yr
of his age
Stop here young friends see where
I lie, Remember you are born to die
Prepare for Death and follow me
Into a long Eternity. 
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"The inn was opened, it seems, in 1797, by Captain Henry Slason, whom Platt Titus succeeded in April, 1803, when, by an advertisement, he informed 'the public and particularly his late friends,' that he had 'removed from the village of Washington to Troy,' and had 'taken the large and elegant three-story brick house, at the sign of the Eagle,' which had 'lately been occupied by Mr. Henry Slason.'"
Weise, Arthur James. Troy's One Hundred Years, 1789-1889. Troy, NY: William H. Young, 1891. 72.

"Here lies the body of Capt. Henry Slason, who departed this life the 24th of May, 1804, in the 59th year of his age."
Giles, Mrs. Leonard H., et al. Inscriptions of Graves from Mt. Ida Cemetery Pawling Ave., Troy, N. Y. Philip Schuyler Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, 1923. 73.

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Elizabeth McCuen Nichols
BIRTH 23 Jul 1876
Chazy, Clinton County, New York, USA
DEATH 1 Dec 1955 (aged 79)
Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York, USA
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Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth McCuen Nichols were held in Jamestown Dec. 5. A second
service was held last Thursday in ithe chapel of Riverview cemetery at Chazy, where interment was
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Mrs. Nichols, widow of Frederick H. Nichols, died Dec 1 in Jamestown at the age of 80. The former Elizabeth McCuen was a native qf Chazy and was born July 23, 1876, the daughter of, Mr.and Mrs. John McCuen.
She was educated at the Chazy School and Drew Seminary, Carmel,N. Y. She was married to
Frederick H. Nichols at Chazy in 1908. She was a resident of Jamestown for 50 years and a seasonal visitor in Chazy, where she was interested in the affairs of the Presbyterian Church and the library.
Mrs. McCuen is survived by one son, Frederick W. Nichols; two grandchildren of Dayton, Ohio;
one brother, Ralph McCuen of Chazy and one sister, Mrs. Roy B. Pike of Canton 
MCCUEN, Elizabeth (I89297)
 
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Barbara Taylor Pufpaff, 83, passed away early Saturday, June 4, 2016 at New Hanover Medical Center. She was born in Danville, VA on August 8, 1932 to the late Harry Zachary Taylor and Mattie Smith Taylor. She met and married the love of her life, Clifton "Cliff" Pufpaff while he was stationed at Fort Bragg. Barbara and Cliff celebrated 64 wonderful years together before he preceded her in death last October. The Army life allowed Barbara the adventurous life she dreamed of as a child. Her husband's career afforded them the opportunity to share exploring the world over the course of their marriage. Always a loving mother, grandmother and recent great-grandmother she not only leaves an empty place in the lives and hearts of her family but also in the hearts of an extensive network of friends and acquaintances. A service to celebrate her life will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Hampstead Baptist Church, 67 Factory Road, Hampstead 28443. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service from 10:00 to 10:45 am at the church. Interment will follow at Sea Lawn Memorial Park, Hampstead. She leaves to cherish her memory: sons: Michael A. Pufpaff (Dee) of Raleigh and Gary W. Pufpaff of Holly Ridge; daughter, Donna P. Keeler (Mike) of Raleigh; grandsons: Jeremy Keeler of Wendell and Matthew Keeler (Bridget) of Knightdale; granddaughter, Mattie P. Lewis (Josh) of Clayton; great-granddaughter: Paxley Keeler (Matthew's daughter); great-grandson: Emmett Lewis (Mattie's son); and a sister, Lorraine T. Collie of Danville, VA. In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested memorial contributions be made to The Wounded Warrior Program, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675 or New Hanover Rehabilitation Hospital Patient Assistance Fund, 2259 South 17th St., Wilmington, NC 28401 Condolences to the family may be sent to poolefuneral.com under Obituaries.


Published in the Wilmington Star-News on June 10, 2016

Posted on Find A Grave created by John Evans

 
TAYLOR, Barbara (I99325)
 
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Beloit Daily News, Monday 13 June 1983
ROCKTON - Anna T. Hulett, 93, formerly of 108 E. Chapel St., died on Sunday in the Carlyle Nursing Home.
She was born on Jan. 23, 1890 in Rockton, the daughter of John and Mary Yeager Louis.
She attended Rockton United Methodist Church and was a member of the Rockon Women's Club. She babysat for many Rockton area youngsters.
Survivors include two daughters, Margaret (Mrs. Eugene) Douglass of Calumet City, Ill., and Ruth (Mrs. Peter) Jecklin of Rockton; one son, Robert of Rockton; five grandchildren amd two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents and one brother Charles.
The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Rosman Uehling Kinzer Blackhawk Chapel, South Beloit, with the Rev. Darrell English officiating. Burial will be in Rockton Cemetery. Friends may call from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established.

Posted on Find A Grave created by: Dean McMakin 
LOUIS, Anna T. (I102047)
 
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Charles Morgan was born in Stockholm, N.J., the son of Isaac Morgan and Martha Bedinger. He married Jane Keegan on 09 Jul 1920 in Manhattan, New York and adopted Jane's daughter from her 1st marriage, Mary Morgan.

Charles worked on various construction projects as a mechanic/engineer in New York City including the George Washington Bridge construction. ]

They lived on on the upper west side in NYC and later moved to Washington, NJ, and then to Little Falls, NJ.

After Jane's death Charles moved to Patterson NJ. He died in 1956 in Upper Montclair, New Jersey, at the age of 71

Posted on Find A Grave by Kathleen Conklin 
MORGAN, Charles (I95039)
 
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Duane Carlton Tallman, age 91, of Traverse City, formerly of Orleans and Trufant passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, November 14, 2015. He was born on March 23, 1924 in Orleans, Michigan, the son of Leon Stark and Lila Bernetta (Oversmith) Tallman, and spent much of his life there working as a farmer.

He lived with his sister, Betty, in Trufant for several years and lived for the past seventeen years in Traverse City, with his sister, June. He is survived by his sisters, June and Betty and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and three siblings, Nevene, Winona and L. Stanley.

Duane?s family will hold private interment rites at Rest haven Memory Gardens Cemetery, north of Belding. For additional information, please contact Verdun Family Funeral Home, 303 S. Bridge St., Belding, at (616) 794-1300 or verdunfh.com, who is caring for the arrangements

 
TALLMAN, Duane Carlton (I96612)
 
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Edith M. Bartlett
O'Hara


Edith M. Bartlett, 94, of O'Hara died Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2003, in Harmar Village Care Center, Harmar Twp. She was born March 3, 1908, in Mars, the daughter of the late George and Beatrice Miller Lawther. Mrs. Bartlett was a resident of O'Hara since 1940. She was a homemaker and a member of Hoboken Presbyterian Church, Blawnox. Survivors include four sons, Raymond E. Bartlett of Prospect, Robert T. Bartlett of Texas, Howard M. Bartlett of Saxonburg and Samuel M. Bartlett of O'Hara ; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandsons; and a brother, Harry Lawther. She was preceded in death by husband, Edward M. Bartlett, and three brothers, Meryle, Raymond and Robert Lawther. Friends were received at the Thomas M. Smith Funeral Home and Crematory, Blawnox. A funeral service was held, Jan. 4, in the Hoboken Presbyterian Church, Blawnox. Interment at Lakewood Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Indiana Township.

(Obituary from The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 
LAWTHER, Edith Mae (I88538)
 
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Elizabeth (Perement) Clason of Stamford, Connecticut, Who Was Tried for Witchcraft, and her Clason Descendants
Harlan R. Jessup

In 1692, at the same time as the witchcraft hysteria in Salem, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Clason and Mercy Disborough were tried as witches at the county seat in Fairfield, Connecticut. The case against Elizabeth has been well documented and is briefly summarized in this article. In a booklet dated 1959, which does not mention the case, Robert W. Carder1 summarized the Clason descendants of Elizabeth and her husband Stephen Clason of Stamford. That family summary, somewhat amended, follows the trial summary.

The Witchcraft Trial of Elizabeth Clason

Katherine Branch, a seventeen-year-old servant of the Clasons?s neighbors Daniel and Abigail Wescot, was subject to convulsive and paralytic seizures, and in the aftermath of several of these she accused Elizabeth, along with Mercy Disborough and several others, of bewitching her. Elizabeth vigorously denied the accusation but acknowledged there had been an ongoing tension between her and Katherine?s mistress, arising from a dispute over the weight of a quantity of spun flax. On another earlier occasion Elizabeth had chastised Mary Newman whose children had stolen some fruit from the Clason orchard. That evening three of the Newman?s sheep had died, and, finding no other cause, some believed them to have been bewitched. In May of 1692 a Court of Inquiry began hearings in Stamford

"Upon ye Information & sorrofull complainte of Serjeant Daniel Wescot in Regard of his maide Servant Katherine Branch whom he suspects to be afflicted pr witchcraft."

While hearings continued, Elizabeth Clason and Mercy Disborough were held in the county jail at Fairfield until the October conclusion of the trial. In June both Elizabeth and Mercy were put to the water test, being bound hand and foot and pushed into a deep pond or millrace where the guilty were expected to float because of the devil?s aversion to water. This test was already being discredited by New England cleric Increase Mather and by others. Elizabeth being

"bownd head & foote & put into the water she swam like a corck & one laboured to pry her into the water & she boyed up like a corck..."

On 4 Jun 1692, in Elizabeth?s defense, some seventy-six of her neighbors and friends signed a petition assuring the court that


"...we have not known her to be of a contentious frame nor giuen to use threatening words or to act maliciously towards her neighbors but hath bene siuil and orderly...and not to be a busybody..."

The special court, headed by Governor Robert Treat, was convened in Fairfield on 14 Sep 1692, and their formal indictment reads in part:

"Elizabeth Clawson is complayned of & accused as Guilty of witchcraft...for that on the 25th of Aprill ...& at sundry other times she hath by the Instigation & help of the divell...afflicted & don harme to the bodye & estates of sundry of [their Majesties?] subjects..."

The court heard evidence for several days, but after long deliberation the jury was unable to reach a conclusion in either case. The court reconvened on 28 October and, after additional testimony and further examination for ?witchmarks,? the jury found Elizabeth not guilty and she was freed, returning to her family in Stamford where she lived another 22 years to age 83. The jury found Mercy Disborough guilty and maintained this conclusion even after reconsideration. Apparently alarmed by the possibility of an execution, Governor Treat appointed a special committee, which reported in May 1693 that they had reprieved Mercy Disborough. Their report admonished against further such trials stating that

"...the miserable toyl they are in in the Bay [Massachusetts] for Adhereing to those last mentioned Litigious things is warning enof, those that wil make witchcraft of such things wil make hanging work apace...." 
PEREMENT, Elizabeth (I43915)
 
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Franklin, NJ: Mary Elizabeth Skok(nee Sheldon), 96 years old, died peacefully surrounded by family at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, NJ after a short illness. Born to Daniel and Laura Sheldon in Franklin, NJ, she was a lifelong resident of Franklin, NJ.

Mrs. Skok was a dedicated homemaker, a member of the Franklin First Presbyterian Church, a former member of Order of the Eastern Star and an avid gardener.

Mrs. Skok was predeceased by her husband, Franz Skok(1982), a son, John Skok and 6 brothers and sisters and was the devoted mother of Franz J. Skok of Bridgewater, NJ, Robert E. Skok of Blairstown, NJ, James E. Skok of Point Pleasant, NJ, Laura E. Donnell of Stafford, VA and Mary Elizabeth Clark of Sparta, NJ. Cherished by 13 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

The family will receive their friends at F. John Ramsey Funeral Home, One Main Street, Franklin, NJ on Sunday, November 4, 2012 from 4-7:30 PM. Funeral service will be Monday, November 5, 2012 at 11:00 AM at the Franklin First Presbyterian Church. Interment to follow at North Hardyston Cemetery.

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SHELDON, Mary Elizabeth (I49430)
 

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