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Jinkerson, William Franklin Death Certificate (1872-1959)
Jinkerson, William Franklin Death Certificate (1872-1959)
 
 
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Jinkerson, William Sherlock Death Certificate (1851-1935)
Jinkerson, William Sherlock Death Certificate (1851-1935)
 
 
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Johnston, Mary Ann (Curry) (1833-1913) Death Certificate
Johnston, Mary Ann (Curry) (1833-1913) Death Certificate
The housewife and widow Mary Ann Johnston, born 30 Mar 1833 in Monroe County, Missouri to J???? Curry, died 13 Oct 1913 in Clay Township,Monroe County. Although the death certificate says she was buried 14 Oct 1913 in “Fair View” cemetery, I don't think that is correct. In checking Monroe County, Missouri MoGeb Website (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~momonroe/),Mary Ann and her husband, Washington, were found buried in “Weatherford Cemetery” 9 miles north of Madison. This small cemetery has just 9 internments listed. See the description of the cemetery for more information. 
 
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Kasten, Carl Jr. Funeral - 1921
Kasten, Carl Jr. Funeral - 1921
An article in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, Monday, 18 Jul 1921 (p 2) describing Carl Kasten's funeral and honorary pallbearers from the fire department. 
 
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Kasten, Herman - 1918 Candidate for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff
Kasten, Herman - 1918 Candidate for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff
A political advertisement that Herman, Democratic candidate for Sheriff, ran in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard 31 Oct 1918 (p 10) 
 
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Kasten, Herman - 1934 Advertisement for Primary Election for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff
Kasten, Herman - 1934 Advertisement for Primary Election for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff
A political advertisement that Herman, Democratic candidate for Sheriff, ran in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard 7 Apr 1934 (p 9) for the upcoming primary election to be held on 10 Apr 1934. 
 
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Kasten, Herman - 1934 Sheriff Campaign Card
Kasten, Herman - 1934 Sheriff Campaign Card
Card used by Herman Kasten during his 1934 campaign as the Democratic candidate for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff. 
 
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Kasten, Herman - Files as 1934 Candidate for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff
Kasten, Herman - Files as 1934 Candidate for Stephenson County, Illinois Sheriff
A report in the Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard 19 Feb 1934 (p 12) that Herman has filed as a Democrat to run for the office of Sheriff. 
 
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Kasten, Karl Jr. - Freeport (Illinois) City Council Resolution
Kasten, Karl Jr. - Freeport (Illinois) City Council Resolution
Resolution approved 18 Jul 1921 by the Freeport (Stephenson County, Illinois) City Council remembering Karl Kasten, City Fireman, upon his death. Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, Tuesday, 9 Aug 1921, p 10. "Council Proceedings: Regular Meeting Held Monday Evening, July 18, 1921." 
 
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Kasten, LeeRoy - Attacked in Decatur, Illinois (1922)
Kasten, LeeRoy - Attacked in Decatur, Illinois (1922)
The Decatur (Illinois) Review, Monday, 26 Jun 1922 (p 12) describes how Levi Kasten was attacked by Roy Fowler, and that Kasten is in serious condition at a local hospital. 
 
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Kasten, LeeRoy - Attacker Arrested in Decatur, Illinois (1922)
Kasten, LeeRoy - Attacker Arrested in Decatur, Illinois (1922)
Lee's father, Herman, the former Stephenson County, Illinois deputy sheriff swore out a warrant to arrest Roy Fowler for assault with a deadly weapon. The Decatur (Illinois) Review, Tuesday, 27 Jun 1922, p 5. 
 
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Kasten, Minnie (nee Norden) Burial Announcement
Kasten, Minnie (nee Norden) Burial Announcement
This article appeared in the Mon, 8 Jan 1917, issue of the Freeport Daily Journal-Standard (p 5). 
 
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Kempf, Gustav (1831-1918) Death Certificate
Kempf, Gustav (1831-1918) Death Certificate
Gustav J. Kempf was retired, widowed, and living at 2719 West 23rd Place in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois when he died. He was born 23 Jan 1831 in Germany and died 22 May 1918 of chronic interstitial nephritis (a kidney problem). He was buried 25 May 1918 in Concordia Cemetery in Forest Park. Otto C. Mroch, 4318 South Mozart Street, was the undertaker. The informant was son Gustav C. Kempf. 
 
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Kempf, Martha Albertine -- 1901 Birth Certificate
Kempf, Martha Albertine -- 1901 Birth Certificate
Kempf, Martha Albertine -- 1901 Cook County, Illinois birth certificate. Martha was her mother's third child, born 29 Sep 1901, at home: 2535 - 45th Street. Father: Otto Kempf, age 30, born in Germany, a carpenter. Mother: Meta Dumrose (note spelling), age 23, born in Germany. 
 
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Kloster, John F. -- World War I Registration Card
Kloster, John F. -- World War I Registration Card
The record shows John F. Kloster (note the spelling with one letter O; he signed the form this way too) was born 25 Nov 1887 in Oostwald, Netherlands and had declared his intention to become a US citizen. He was single and living near McBain, working as a self-employed farmer in Riverside Township. He had medium height and build with brown eyes and a full head of brown hair. 
 
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Kraft, Arthur L. - Texas Death Certificate (1896-1970)
Kraft, Arthur L. - Texas Death Certificate (1896-1970)
Kraft, Arthur L. - 1970 Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas, death certificate 86320. b 29 Aug 1896, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois; father: Fredrick Kraft; mother: Minnie Kuberness; served World War I; d 13 Dec 1970 of arterioschlerosis; buried: Laurel Oaks Cemetery; Williams Funeral Home; informant: son Mr. Arthur L. Kraft Jr. 
 
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Kraft, Arthur L. -- World War I Registration Card
Kraft, Arthur L. -- World War I Registration Card
Arthur L. Kraft was born 29 Aug 1896 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Art was living with his father, Fred L. Kraft, at 2721 W. 23rd Street in Chicago. Art indicates that his father was born in Mecklenburg, Germany. Arthur was working at International Harvester Company, 31st and Marshall Boulevard, Chicago. Art had blue eyes and medium brown hair. 
 
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Kraft, Arthur Louis -- World War II Registration Card
Kraft, Arthur Louis -- World War II Registration Card
Arthur L. Kraft was born 29 Aug 1896 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Art was living at 4113 North Tripp Avenue in Chicago with Florence Kraft. Their telephone number was "Pal 7462." Arthur was working for L.B. Miller at Automatic Electric Company, 1033 Van Buren Street, Chicago. 
 
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Krause, Louise Death Certificate (1868-1926)
Krause, Louise Death Certificate (1868-1926)
 
 
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Kressmann, Lawrence -- 1918 Birth Certificate
Kressmann, Lawrence -- 1918 Birth Certificate
Kressmann, Lawrence -- 1918 Cook County, Illinois, birth certificate. The birth record shows Larry was born 4 Oct 1918 in Chicago. Father: Frank Kressmann, born Chicago, age 30, working as a chauffer. Mother: Selma Dumroese, born Chicago, age 27. The family lived at 2623 West 22nd Place. 
 
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Kressmann, Willard -- 1914 Birth Certificate
Kressmann, Willard -- 1914 Birth Certificate
Kressmann, Willard -- 1914 Cook County, Illinois, birth certificate. The certificate shows him as Willard, born 31 Oct 1914 in Cook County, Illinois. He was his mother's first child. Father: Frank Kressman [sic], age 26, born in Chicago, a machinist. Mother: Selma Dumroese, age 23, born in Chicago. The family lived at 2258 West 22nd. 
 
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Kubbernuss, Johann Friederich (John C) Death Certificate (1835-1905)
Kubbernuss, Johann Friederich (John C) Death Certificate (1835-1905)
 
 
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Kubbernuss, Wilhelmine (nee Sodemann) (1842-1915)
Kubbernuss, Wilhelmine (nee Sodemann) (1842-1915)
 
 
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Linhart, Charles Leo - World War I Registration Card
Linhart, Charles Leo - World War I Registration Card
The registration card for Charles Leo Linhart is extremely difficult to read. It shows his birthdate as 15 Nov 1899, his father was also Charles, and Charles Leo was of medium height, slender build, blue eyes, and brown hair. 
 
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Long, George W. - 1847-1933
Long, George W. - 1847-1933
Death certificate for George W. Long, 1847-1933, Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio. 
 
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Long, Isaac and Mary Carroll Marriage Record - 1831
Long, Isaac and Mary Carroll Marriage Record - 1831
The 1831 marriage record of Isaac Long and Mary Carroll in Scioto County, Ohio 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Mroch, Arthur A. - World War II Registration Card
Mroch, Arthur A. - World War II Registration Card
The registration card indicates Arthur A. Mroch was living at 2119 South Maple Avenue in Berwyn, Cook County, Illinois. He was born on 18 July 1895 in Chicago. He was married. Their telephone number was “BER 1902R”. Arthur was working for the Mr. C.J. Schipplock Crane Company in Chicago (41st and Kedgie). 
 
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Mroch, Arthur Adolph Wilhelm - World War I Registration Card
Mroch, Arthur Adolph Wilhelm - World War I Registration Card
The registration card indicates that Arthur A. Mroch was living at 2719 - 23rd Street, Chicago. He was born on 18 July 1895 in Chicago. Arthur was working at the Cable Piano Company. He was tall, slender, with blue eyes and a full head of light hair. He also had a defective little finger on his left hand. 
 
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Mroch, Elvera - 1909-1911 - Death Certificate
Mroch, Elvera - 1909-1911 - Death Certificate
Death certificate for Elvera Mroch, born 3 Dec 1909 in Chicago and died 12 Jul 1911 in Chicago. Her father, Otto C. Mroch, was also the informant for her record and her undertaker. Her mother was Minnie Chill. The family lived at 4256 South Mozart Street, Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Elvera was buried in Concordia Cemetery, 14 Jul 1911. 
 
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Mroch, Ferdinand and Caroline Dumroese - 1882 - Marriage Certificate
Mroch, Ferdinand and Caroline Dumroese - 1882 - Marriage Certificate
The 4 Nov 1882 marriage record of Ferdinand Mroch and Caroline Dumroese. They were married in the German Evangelical Lutheran Emanuel Church in Chicago. Interestingly, Dumroese is spelled Domrese and Domröse. 
 
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Mroch, Martha Alwine -- 1886 Birth Certificate
Mroch, Martha Alwine -- 1886 Birth Certificate
Mroch, Martha Alwine -- 1886 Cook County, Illinois birth certificate. Martha Alvine Mroch, born 26 May 1886. Father: Ferdinand Mroch, age 26, born in Germany, moulder. Mother: Wilhelmina Domrese [sic], age 24. Mother’s 3rd child. Address: 460 Parmalee?? Street.  
 
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Mroch, Otto Karl August - 1883 - Birth Certificate
Mroch, Otto Karl August - 1883 - Birth Certificate
The 1883 Cook County, Illinois, birth certificate for Otto Karl August Mroch, son of Karoliene Mroch and Ferdienant Mroch. The record indicates Karoliene's mother was Henreette Domres. This record has some intriguing places of birth for Caroline and Ferdinand, but the hand writing is difficult to decipher.  
 
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Mroch, Otto Karl August and Chill, Minnie - 1904 Marriage Certificate
Mroch, Otto Karl August and Chill, Minnie - 1904 Marriage Certificate
Mroch, Otto Karl August and Chill, Minnie - 1904 Cook County marriage certificate. Otto Mroch, age 21, and Minnie Chill, age 21. License obtained 2 Nov 1904. Married 23 Nov 1904, Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Pastor Theo. Kohn officiated at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. 
 
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Oehme, Fred Herman - World War I Registration Card
Oehme, Fred Herman - World War I Registration Card
The registration card of 5 Jun 1918 indicates that Fred Herman Oehme was born on 5 Aug 1896 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. He was living with his parents at 4155 West 25th Street in Chicago. Fred worked for Western Electric Company. He was of medium height, slender build, with blue eyes and light brown hair. The record also indicates his father Herman was born in Milwaukee. 
 
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Oehme, Fred Herman - World War II Registration Card
Oehme, Fred Herman - World War II Registration Card
Fred Herman Oehme was living at 2639 South 61st Avenue in Cicero, Cook County, Illinois with his wife Eleanor [is this a different person than Agnes?]; their telephone number was "C 4726 J". He was born on 5 Aug 1896 in Chicago and was currently working for the Western Electric Company. 
 
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Page, Claude Freeman -- 1972 Texas Death Certificate
Page, Claude Freeman -- 1972 Texas Death Certificate
The death record for Claude Freeman Page shows he was born 14 June 1901 in Texas. He died of cardiovascular disease on 17 May 1972 in Gladewater City Hospital, Gregg County, Texas. He and his wife Myrtle, the informant on the certificate, lived at 107 Thomas Road in White Oak, Gregg County. He was a retired oilfield worker. His parents were Robert L. Page and Mary Elizabeth Surratt. Claude was buried 19 May 1972 in Lakeview Memorial Gardens in Longview, Gregg County, Texas. 
 
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Page, Edward Leroy - Bronze Star Award Letter (Michigan)
Page, Edward Leroy - Bronze Star Award Letter (Michigan)
 
 
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Page, Edward Leroy - Bronze Star Award Letter (National)
Page, Edward Leroy - Bronze Star Award Letter (National)
 
 
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Page, Esco - 1925 Jasper County, Missouri Death Certificate
Page, Esco - 1925 Jasper County, Missouri Death Certificate
Page, Esco - 1925 Jasper County, Missouri Death Certificate 33365. Born 23 Dec 1892 in Missouri, single, male, common laborer. Father: Wm Page born in Kentucky. Mother: Martha Prince born in Kentucky. Died 25 Nov 1925 in Carterville, Jasper County, aged 32 years, 11 months, 2 days. Informant: Geo Page. Buried: Carterville Cemetery, 27 Nov 1925, Webb City Undertakers. 
 
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Page, Esco -- World War I Registration Card
Page, Esco -- World War I Registration Card
According to the registration, Esco Page was born on 23 Dec 1892 in Stillwell, Missouri, was a self-employed miner in Carterville living on North Fountain, and was described as medium height, slender, with brown eyes and a full head of brown hair. 
 
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Page, Fred -- World War I Registration Card
Page, Fred -- World War I Registration Card
The registration card indicates Fred Page was born 10 March 1894 in Steelville, Missouri. He was living on North Fountain in Carterville, Missouri, and working as a miner for Ramage Mining Company in Carterville. He was married and supporting his mother. Fred was described as tall, slender, with dark brown eyes and a full head of black hair. 
 
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Page, George -- World War I Registration Card
Page, George -- World War I Registration Card
The registration indicated George Page was born 7 Feb 1896 in Steelville, Missouri. He was living on North Fountain in Carterville, Missouri, was a "hoisterman" at the McRae Mining Company's zinc mine in Carterville, supported his mother, was single, and was of medium height with slender build. He also had brown eyes, brown hair, and was not bald.  
 
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Page, Ira Lonzo -- 1959 Texas Death Certificate
Page, Ira Lonzo -- 1959 Texas Death Certificate
The death record for Ira L. Page indicates he was living in along highway 80 in Gladewater, Gregg County, Texas, and working as a oil company superintendent when he died in Gladewater on 29 Jul 1959. His wife, Bessie, was the informant, and showed he was born 29 Aug 1895 in Kentucky to Robert L. Page and Elizabeth Surratt. Ira was buried 31 Jul 1959 in Memory Park Cemetery, Longview, Gregg County, Texas. 
 
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Page, Ira Lonzo -- World War I Registration Card
Page, Ira Lonzo -- World War I Registration Card
The death record for Ira L. Page indicates he was living in along highway 80 in Gladewater, Gregg County, Texas, and working as a oil company superintendent when he died of a coronary occlusion in Gladewater on 29 Jul 1959. His wife, Bessie, was the informant, and showed he was born 29 Aug 1895 in Kentucky to Robert L. Page and Elizabeth Surratt. Ira was buried 31 Jul 1959 in Memory Park Cemetery, Longview, Gregg County, Texas. 
 
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Page, John Robert deceased (1877); estate appraisal, sale, and dower survey
Page, John Robert deceased (1877); estate appraisal, sale, and dower survey
This is my 29 July 2011 transcription of the appraisal and sale of John Robert Page's estate in 1877, and the subsequent 1878 dower survey for his surviving widow: Nancy W. (Radford) Page. Cumberland County, Kentucky Will Book H pages 103-105 and 120-121.
 
 
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Page, Lester Thomas -- 1958 Texas Death Certificate
Page, Lester Thomas -- 1958 Texas Death Certificate
Born 13 March 1912 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma to Robert L. Page and Elizabeth Surratt. Lived in Snyder, Scurry County, Texas. Worked as an oilfield worker, and was on a rig 7 miles southeast of Coahoma, Howard County, Texas, when he died of an apparent heart attack on 29 August 1958, according to the informant, Roy Page. 
 
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Page, Loren Death Certificate (1876-1950)
Page, Loren Death Certificate (1876-1950)
 
 
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Page, Martha (Prince) Death Certificate
Page, Martha (Prince) Death Certificate
 
 
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Page, Ralph -- World War I Registration Card
Page, Ralph -- World War I Registration Card
The registration indicated Ralph Page was born 16 May 1888 in Steelville, Missouri. He was living on North Fountain in Carterville, Missouri, was a "hoisterman" at the Orange Mining Company's zinc mine in Carterville, supported his mother, was married, and was of medium height with slender build. He also had brown eyes, black hair, and was not bald. Why that last trait was important for military service, I'm not sure. 
 

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