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Page, Roy Lee -- World War I Registration Card
Page, Roy Lee -- World War I Registration Card
The record shows Roy Lee Page was born 12 Jul 1893 in Burkesville, Kentucky. When he registered, he was a single, self-employed farmer in Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma. He had medium height and build, blue eyes, and a full head of light hair. 
 
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Page, William Alvis and Cynthia (nee Draper) in the Deming Headlight
Page, William Alvis and Cynthia (nee Draper) in the Deming Headlight
Excerpts of William Alvis and Cynthia (nee Draper) from 1918 through 1943 from the Deming (New Mexico) Headlight, a once-a-week newspaper. 
 
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Page, William Finis -- 1961 Texas Death Certificate
Page, William Finis -- 1961 Texas Death Certificate
The Andrews County death certificate shows William Finnis Page died on 4 September 1961. He was a retired roustabout on the oil fields, widowed, and had been living in Andrews for 14 years. His home was at 202 SW Third. He died at Permican General Hospital of pancreatic cancer and was buried in Andrews Cemetery on 6 September. The informant was William Raymond Page, who showed that the parents of William Finnis were Robert Logan Page and Elizabeth Ann Scratt 
 
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Polkow, John - Death Notice - 1947
Polkow, John - Death Notice - 1947
POLKOW - John Polkow died suddenly on September 8 at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., where he was spending the summer months with his daughter. Services on September 11 took place at the Grahl chapel. Mr. Polkow was the father of Lydia Lanzel, Ella Berg, Alma Dumroese, Ervin, Myrtle Shaefer, Violet Pollard, Wilbert, Irene Behl and the late Edward. He was the grandfather of 16, and great grandfather of six. Interment took place at Concordia.

Oak Park Oak Leaves
Death Notices
Thu, 18 Sep 1947, p 78 
 
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Posson, Arthur F. -- Missouri Death Certificate (1854-1934)
Posson, Arthur F. -- Missouri Death Certificate (1854-1934)
The death record indicates he was born 4 Oct 1854 in New York State; his father was Daniel; he died on 20 Dec 1934 of arterial sclerosis in White Township, Benton County, Missouri, and buried on 21 Dec 1934 in Windsor, Missouri. His wife was Margret Rae. 
 
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Posson, Peter - Last Will and Testament
Posson, Peter - Last Will and Testament
His last will and testament recorded 4 Apr 1831 in Schoharie County, New York.  
 
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Posson, Wilhelmus - Last Will and Testament
Posson, Wilhelmus - Last Will and Testament
His last will and testament recorded 8 Jun 1847 in Schoharie County, New York. 
 
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Radford, Elizabeth (nee Carter) death certificate
Radford, Elizabeth (nee Carter) death certificate
Radford, Elizabeth (nee Carter) 1830-1911, wife of Calab, Cumberland County, Kentucky death certificate. The information on her death certificate was provided by J.G. Radford, most likely her son James. He indicates she was born 15 May 1827 in Kentucky, the daughter of Jacob Carter and Sallie Page, both born in Kentucky too. She died on 17 Nov 1911 at the age of 88 y, 5 m, 2 d [which isn't correct given the dates]. She was buried 19 Nov at Parrish Chapel. 
 
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Rustin, James Murray (1828-1911) Death Certificate
Rustin, James Murray (1828-1911) Death Certificate
 
 
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Rustin, William David (1884-1935) Death Certificate
Rustin, William David (1884-1935) Death Certificate
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Schwarze, Alfred Henry - World War I Registration Card
Schwarze, Alfred Henry - World War I Registration Card
The 11 Sep 1918 record shows that Alfred Henry Schwarze was born on 31 Oct 1880. He was living with his wife at 105 North Winnebago Street, Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois. Alfred was a pharmacist at L.W. Donalsson's on 529 West State Street in Rockford. He had medium height and build (162 pounds), blue eyes, and dark hair. 
 
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Schwarze, Archie August -- World War I Registration Card
Schwarze, Archie August -- World War I Registration Card
The record shows Archie lived at 45 Hardin Street, was born 22 Aug 1900, was currently a high school student, and had a medium build, height, brown eyes, and a full head of black hair. He listed his father Edward, same address, as his closest relative. 
 
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Schwarze, Edward Lewis - World War I Registration Card
Schwarze, Edward Lewis - World War I Registration Card
On 12 Sep 1918, Edward Lewis Schwarze registered for World War I. Born on 15 Jan 1874, he was living at 45 Hardin in Freeport, Stephenson County, Illinois,and working as a rural mail carrier. Edward had a medium build, was of medium height, and had brown eyes and dark hair. He listed his wife, Emma Cordelia, as his closest relative. 
 
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Schwarze, Oscar August - World War I Registration Card
Schwarze, Oscar August - World War I Registration Card
This record is hard to read, but it appears Oscar Schwarze was born on 3 June 1883 and was living on Rural Route 3 in Freeport, Stephenson County, Illinois. He had a medium build, gray eyes, dark hair, and worked for the I.C.R.R. Co. (most likely Illinois Central Railroad) as a "tool ironman". He was already married to Anna, who he listed as his closest relative. 
 
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Smitter, Freerk Death Certificate (1909-1912)
Smitter, Freerk Death Certificate (1909-1912)
Death certificate for Freerk Smitter, Kent County, Michigan. 
 
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Smitter, John (Jan) Death Certificate (1838-1917)
Smitter, John (Jan) Death Certificate (1838-1917)
 
 
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Smitter, Lammert Death Certificate (1842-1901)
Smitter, Lammert Death Certificate (1842-1901)
Lammert Smitter death certificate, Caldwell Township, Missaukee County, Michigan. 
 
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Stringer, Carl Ernest Registration for World War I
Stringer, Carl Ernest Registration for World War I
 
 
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Stringer, Fred Buford Registration for World War I
Stringer, Fred Buford Registration for World War I
 
 
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Stringer, Hasker Registration for World War I
Stringer, Hasker Registration for World War I
 
 
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Stringer, James B. and Mary Kathryn Jinkerson Marriage Record (1897)
Stringer, James B. and Mary Kathryn Jinkerson Marriage Record (1897)
Married 10 Apr 1897 in Palmer, Washington County, Missouri. 
 
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Stringer, Mary Kathryn (nee Jinkerson) 1876-1949
Stringer, Mary Kathryn (nee Jinkerson) 1876-1949
 
 
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Stringer, Maude (nee Page) Death Certificate (1898-1965)
Stringer, Maude (nee Page) Death Certificate (1898-1965)
Maude died in El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. 
 
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Stringer, Roy Kenneth and Maude Page Marriage Record (1918)
Stringer, Roy Kenneth and Maude Page Marriage Record (1918)
Married in Webb City, Jasper County, Missouri on 22 June 1918 by WM Wright, Justice of the Peace. 
 
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Stringer, Roy Kenneth Veteran Headstone Application (1933)
Stringer, Roy Kenneth Veteran Headstone Application (1933)
For service in World War I and burial in Mountain View Cemetery, Deming, Luna County, New Mexico. 
 
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Superior Dairy - New Partner and Delivery Truck (1956)
Superior Dairy - New Partner and Delivery Truck (1956)
A photo and story in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Fri, 21 Sep 1956, p 9) announcing a new partner, Walter Lewke in front of a new delivery truck to support the wholesale operation. 
 
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Superior Dairy Advertisement - 1957
Superior Dairy Advertisement - 1957
An advertisement for half-gallon ice cream, only $0.82 each, in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, Fri, 21 Sep 1956, p 9. 
 
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Superior Dairy Advertisement - Make Mine a Malted - 1946
Superior Dairy Advertisement - Make Mine a Malted - 1946
Superior Dairy advertisement for malted milkshakes in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Wed, 16 Oct 1946, p 5) 
 
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Superior Dairy Bottle Return Advertisement - 1941
Superior Dairy Bottle Return Advertisement - 1941
Superior Dairy and other Freeport dairies ran an ad in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Mon, 21 Apr 1941, p 3) asking customers to return empty milk bottles. 
 
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Superior Dairy Christmas Advertisement - 1955
Superior Dairy Christmas Advertisement - 1955
Superior Dairy advertisement in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Fri, 16 Dec 1955, p 11). 
 
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Superior Dairy Milk Bottle Return Advertisement - 1946
Superior Dairy Milk Bottle Return Advertisement - 1946
A request in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Fri, 4 Jan 1946, p 3) for customers to return empty milk bottles. 
 
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Superior Dairy Opens Ice Cream Shop - 1941
Superior Dairy Opens Ice Cream Shop - 1941
An article in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Fri, 12 Sep 1941, p 13) describing the new Ice Cream Shop that is part of the Superior Dairy. 
 
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Superior Dairy Renovation - 1936
Superior Dairy Renovation - 1936
Story about the newly renovated Superior Dairy in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Tue, 29 Nov 1936, p 5). 
 
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Superior Dairy Sells Delivery Routes, Retains Ice Cream Shop - 1949
Superior Dairy Sells Delivery Routes, Retains Ice Cream Shop - 1949
An article in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard (Wed, 23 Feb 1949, p 6) describing the sale Superior Dairy's milk delivery routes to the Vohlken Brothers Dairy. 
 
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Troike, Gertrude (1917-1917) Death Certificate
Troike, Gertrude (1917-1917) Death Certificate
Gertrude Troike was born premature on 16 Jan 1917 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois and died the next day (17 Jan 1917) at Chicago Union Hospital. Her father was Wm. A. Troike, born in Chicago, and Martha Kraft, also born in Chicago. The Troike’s were living at 2721 West 23rd Street. Gertrude was buried 20 Jan 1917 in Concordia Cemetery. 
 
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Troike, William A. -- World War I Registration Card
Troike, William A. -- World War I Registration Card
The record indicates William A. was born on 25 Sep 1888 in Chicago. When he registered, he was working as an inspector for Western Electric Company, Inc., at their Hawthorn Station in Chicago. He was married and living at 2721 W. 23rd Street in Chicago. He was tall with a medium build and light brown hair; and, he wasn't bald. 
 
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Troike, William A. -- World War II Registration Card
Troike, William A. -- World War II Registration Card
The registration card indicates that William A. was born 25 Sep 1888 in Chicago, was 53 years old, and living with his wife Erna at 1230 S. Scoville Avenue, Berwyn. The couple did not have a telephone. He worked for H.E. Becken Co., 29 E. Madison Street. 
 
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Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Funeral Card Cover (1954 - 1995)
Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Funeral Card Cover (1954 - 1995)
Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Funeral Card Cover 
 
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Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Funeral Card Interior
Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Funeral Card Interior
Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Funeral Card Interior 
 
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Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Obituary
Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Obituary
Windsor, Nancy Jean (Page) Obituary 
 

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