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|If you have time, please leave a flower for two special ladies that were part of my life, my grandmother who got me started in genealogy and my mother who passed away too early and because of this gave me my drive to want to know where I came from. Thank you and may God bless you.|
Capt Robert Paul Schott and the rest of the 304th Rescue Squadron aircrew members, who lost their lives on board aircraft King 56, while performing a training mission on the night of November 22, 1996.
These men were Citizen Soldiers committed to the preservation of the heritage of their nation. Because of this tragedy, we lost some of the soul of our country. You will not be forgotten.
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|R Timm||Arnold Cline Bio|
Former Hubbard Milling employee Arnold “Bud” L. Cline, 78, of Mankato, died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at his home.
Services are 11 a.m. Friday at Landkamer Johnson-Boman Funeral Home in Mankato, the Rev. Jeff Peterson officiating. Burial is in Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery.
Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Landkamer Johnson-Boman and continues one hour before services Friday at the funeral home.
Mr. Cline was born Jan. 22, 1921, to William and Abbie (Cartwright) Cline in Mankato. He attended school in Mankato and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He married Violet Dingler June 2, 1944, in Mankato. He had also worked at Archer-Daniel Midland. He was a member of American Legion Post #11 and VFW Post #950. He enjoyed playing cards, crossword puzzles, fishing and football.
Mr. Cline is survived by two daughters and their husbands, Pamela and John Hallman of Owatonna and Deborah and Dennis Lenertz of Eagle Lake; one son, Michael of Mankato; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one brother and his wife, Ray and Denise of Bloomington; one sister, Dorothy Tillman of Mankato; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife, two daughters, three sisters, two brothers and one granddaughter.
From Mankato Free Press
Added by R Timm on Sep 14, 2016 9:46 AM
|Ed Miller||RE: Susan A. Schott # 167827667|
I know. Didn't know if you had the obit and wanted to share. I will transfer the memorial to you if you want.
|Ed Miller||Susan A. Schott # 167827667|
The Times-News, Ashville, NC, October 5, 2014
Morris Funeral Home, Hendersonville, NC, September 2014
Susan Alice Schott, born on January 12, 1947 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, died on September 27, 2014 after a brief illness, in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Susan, from childhood, was dedicated to the care of animals. She grew up in the West, living in Utah, Colorado and Iowa, many of those years on a farm in Lafayette, Colorado. Following high school she lived two years with her parents in Thailand before attending Western State University in Colorado. Susan also lived in Philadelphia before moving to northern Virginia where she worked as a social worker in hospitals in Front Royal and Leesburg. Susan earned a degree as a Licensed Veterinary Technician from the Northern Virginia Community College's Vet Tech program. She was employed at Ballston Animal Hospital and Alexandria Animal Hospital as well as doing pet-sitting. Over the years Susan fostered and adopted dozens of pets through rescue organizations and shelters, some injured and disabled. Children in her family, neighborhood and her friends' children were important to her, and she formally and informally fostered several. Susan's commitment to social justice was steadfast throughout her life. In retirement Susan relocated to Hendersonville, North Carolina where she continued her dedication to animal welfare as a volunteer. After a year of study, Susan converted to Judaism in August and took the name of Miriam, her mother's first name. Susan is survived by a wide circle of friends in northern Virginia and Hendersonville, NC. She is also survived by brothers James Schott (Carol), Paul Schott (Jean), and many nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by her brother Stephen Schott. Susan was laid to rest at
Green Haven Preserve, South Carolina in a natural burial with a service officiated by Rabbi Schor. Memorial donations may be made to Team ECCO Center for Ocean Awareness at 511 N Main Street, Hendersonville, NC 28792.
A memorial service will be held, 2:00 PM, Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at Agudas Israel Congregation, 505 Glasglow Lane, Hendersonville.
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|KevHenson||Sgt Thomas Stevens WILLIAMS, Sr.|
We have an interesting confluence of conflicting information which I'd like to help sort out.
Sgt Thomas Stevens Williams Sr., (b 2 Jan 1827, d 18 Mar 1860) was killed at Bitter Springs, CA. He was buried there by his companions. See the article at:
I shall attempt to make a short life-story offering for inclusion in the future.
I will suggest that the 'Sgt' should be dropped if possible since it complicates finding him.
The F.A.G. Mem# 33282939 lists him as being buried at Soda Spring, ID - which is incorrect. I have, this morning, spoken to Mr. Jeff Anderson, sexton of the Fairview Cemetery at Soda Springs, ID. He confirms that they do NOT have Williams SENIOR at their facility, though they do have two of SR's wives, some of their children AND, TSW, JUNIOR is in residence at Fairview Cem. However, there is no evidence the body of Williams SENIOR was ever removed from CA and taken to ID.
In addition, Kat Carter has created a separate memorial for TS Williams Sr - it is F.A.G. Mem# 97474477. I shall contact her with this same information and let the two of you decide what to do. One of these should go away. Carter's is less specific about Williams.
|arborvitae||Alpheus Peter Haws at Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery, Sonoma County, CA|
I resubmitted in the Edit Panel his actual date of death. You declined it prior. The date of death that you have is his burial date. Sandy Frary (SRRC archivist) whom I've been helping out looked at his death certificate per my request last week and confirmed that his death date as it states in her story that you kindly approved and added to his bio is November 3, 1906.
Please approve the DOD in the edit panel that way it will show as approved in my list of edits.
|Family Tree Climber||Edward Gunderson|
Just wanted to be sure you knew about the edit tab that shows edits sent to you. I sent edit on Edward on 3/17 that is still pending. If you don't choose to accept or decline within 21 days of the edit, it will automatically accept without any notice to you. Thought you would prefer to review them yourself. Let me know if you have any questions on the edit -- info came from death certificate I posted.
|Ed Miller||Larry Joseph Schott|
Not sure if you saw this.
Chandler Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Caldwell, March 16, 2016
Larry Joseph Schott age 62 of Dexter City, OH passed away Monday, March 14, 2016 at the Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta, OH. He was born November 6, 1953 in Zanesville, OH a son of Mabel Hayes Schott of Caldwell and the late Joseph Henry Schott.
Larry will always be remembered as a great raccoon hunter and timber cutter. He was affiliated with the Ogles Ridge Church in Middleburg, OH. He was a graduate of the Caldwell High School Class of 1971, never missing a day of school in all twelve years.
In addition to his mother, those left to cherish his memory are 2 brothers Lewis Schott and Samuel (Wendy) Schott all of Caldwell; 2 sisters Mary Jane (Rob) McKee and Joy (Dale) Guiler all of Caldwell; former wife Juanita Savage of Lowell, OH. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and friends.
In keeping with Larry’s wishes cremation will take place, with no additional services observed at this time. Memorial contributions may be directed to the American Cancer Society, Central Region - NOBL, 870 Michigan Ave., Columbus, OH 43215
|Martha Slater||James William Strong|
As a followup to my previous question, have any descendants of James William Strong been DNA tested?
|Martha Slater||James William Strong|
I am intrigued with the memorial to James William Strong, b. 20 April 1862, d. 23 January 1897, buried Salt Lake City Cemetery. My great-grandfather was James William Strong, b. 20 April 1862 in Crawford County, AR, son of Samuel L. Strong and Hannah Harper. When he was 18 years old, he married Bell Heather and had a daughter Rosetta Strong in 1881. Bell died, and James William married Georgiana Atwell in 1884. They had one child, Thomas Tolliver Strong in 1885. He was my grandfather. According to Georgianna, JWS died 23 January 1886 of hydrophobia and in 1887 she married Green Buster. There is no record of JWS's death, no obit, no grave, and our family has real doubts about "Grandma's story". It is just too much of a stretch to believe we're talking about two different men here. Can anyone help me figure this out? Could it be the same man?
|Catherine Stiefel||Information on John Schott father of Franklin Tuthill Schott|
I am the granddaughter of Franklin Tuthill Schott and I am looking for when his father, John Schott, came to California.
Catherine (Kimball,Schott, Benyo) Stiefel
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