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151 They were married in the parsonage. Family: F95
152 They were married in the parsonage. Family: F111
153 They were married on the wedding anniversary of the bride's parents at Immanuel Lutheran Church, xxxx Chicago Avenue, Freeport, Illinois. Pastor Otto Schumacker officiated. Family: F2
154 This record shows the groom as Melvin Dahlstrom and the bride as Dahlstrom Theodore.... oops, that looks like a bad transcription problem. Given that is has the names Melvin, Theodore, and Dahlstrom included, I'm assuming this is the correct Melvin Theodore Dahlstrom, but this date should be verified with another source. Family: F1067
155 Thomas first appears on the 1830 US Census in Cumberland County, "South of the Cumberland River". He and his wife are in their 30s and have 5 children: a boy and girl less than 5 years of age, a boy and girl between 5 and 9, and a girl between 10 and 14. In 1840 Thomas is a widower living in the Willis Creek area of Cumberland County and raising 7 children: a girl less than 5 (Nancy), a girl between 5 and 9 (E.M.), two boys (William and Caleb) and two girls between 10 and 14, and a girl 15 to 19. In the 1850 census we learn that Thomas was born in Virginia, although the 1860 census says Kentucky. By 1860 Thomas had remarried; the wife's name was Eliza and either her daughter (or the housekeeper) was living with them as well: Kittie Hopkins. Thomas spent his life farming.

Cumberland County Revolutionary War vets
RADFORD, James, pvt., Virginia Line 
Family: F481
156 Three sons of Christian and Sophia, Johann Friederich, Friederich, and Ludwig Joachim Friederich Wilhelm, all immigrated to the United States. Johann Friederich and his family were the first, immigrating in 1867, followed by Friederich and his family in 1868, and finally Ludwig Joachim and his family, along with Christian and Sophia, in 1875. Family: F365
157 William and Katie were married by J.W. Davis, Probate Judge. Family: F437
158 William Fink of Fair Haven and Miss Minnie Dahler of near Chadwick Wednesday evening January 29th, 1902 at the residence of the Bride's parents. Both these young people are highly respected and have a large circle of friends who extend congratulations. Family: F516
159 William was married a few months before his father died in 1877. It appears William and Martha lived a couple of years in Kentucky, but by 1880 they were farming in Steelville, Crawford County, Missouri, and were there at least through 1891. In the 1900 US Census the family is recorded in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, where William worked as a stone mason. William instigated the divorce proceedings in 1906; as plaintiff, he claimed that Martha "for many years has been a common scold always in a bad humor and seldom if ever addressed any member of the family except to use violent, abusive and profane language towards them. Defendant has for years humiliated and slandered this plaintiff by using publicly the most vile and profane and obscene language. That defendant has repeatedly, falsely and maliciously accused plaintiff of consorting with vicious men and lewd, degraded women. That defendant instead of making home a cheerful place to reside in, has kept their house in such a dirty condition that it is unbearable as a place of residence." "Lillie" and "Maud" are listed as children of "tender years" and William seeks custody of the "infant children". The divorce papers leave the children's ages blank but by 1906 Lillie (Luella) would have been about 9 and Maude about 7.

When William's son Esco died in 1925, the local paper said that Esco died "at the home of his father, William Page on North Fountain street." I'm thinking that either the news reporter was confused, misinformed, or perhaps William actually still "owned" the home where Esco resided. It is clear that William left Missouri before 1910. I found him in the 1910 US Census (Paye at in Cooper, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. He had been married for 4 years to Syanthivia (Cynthano, Cynthanana, Cynthia) Draper and was working as a farmer. He turned up in Deming, Luna County, New Mexico on the 1920 and 1930 censuses. He died in Deming in 1943, and his death certificate (for which they used the information he provided the hospital for his vital records) indicates he had resided in Luna County for 20 years. Interestingly, on the death certificate for his son Loren, for which another son, Fred, served as informant, William is instead shown as "Alvis Page" and the mother as "Martha Prince." 
Family: F428
160 William was the Plaintiff; it cost him $1 for the summons, $0.10 for the copies, and $0.80 for the 16 miles the sherriff drove to serve Martha near the Baldwin Store in Carterville. Family: F428
161 Witnesses were Alfred Dumroese, Agnes Woeltjr, Lillian Ernst, Viola Ernst, Clara Leide, and Vlasta Rabar. Family: F23
162 Witnesses were Ed Domroese and Clara Guentzburger. Family: F20
163 Witnesses were Fr. Lindermann, Helena Kressmann, Ernst Dumroese, and Hedwig Kressmann. Family: F21
164 Witnesses were Selma Dumroese, Anton Guenther, Alma Ernst, O. Marks, and M. Mieke. Family: F19
165 Zetta had degrees from Miami University and Columbia University; a critic teacher; her husband was a teacher of vocational agriculture; she lived (1960) in the homestead in Harrison, Ohio. Family: F193
166 Is this Georgiana Bilek? She married a Charles Linhart on 20 Jan 1923. Anna
167 Died as a young man. Charles
168 CLARA RYSTICKEN cemetery #43aMrs. Clara N. Rysticken, 85, of 902 S. 24th St., Manitowoc, died Thursday at Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc.Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Pfeffer Funeral Home and at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Manitowoc. The Rev. Thaddeus J. Koszarek will officiate and burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery.Mrs. Rysticken, nee Clara Sydow, was born Jan. 12, 1889, at Sheboygan, daughter of the late John and Kathryn Korlesky Sydow. She was married to Anton Rysticken June 10, 1912, at St. Mary Catholic Church. He preceded her in death April 18, 1965. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. David (Alice) Pollack, of Manitowoc; three brothers, Albert and Leo, of Manitowoc and Harry, of Milwaukee; three sisters, Mrs. I.G. Michalek and Mrs. Charles Backus, of Manitowoc and Mrs. Ernest Bockisch, of Elmhurst, Ill.; three grandsons (Survivors omitted for privacy.) and four great grandchildren. A son, Harry, a brother and two sisters preceded her in death.Friends may call at Pfeffer Funeral Home from 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday, where a wake memorial service will be held at 6:30 p.m.Herald Times Reporter, Friday, June 14, 1974 P.14 Clara
169 Buried in Plot 392-16. Edna
170 Hamburg Passenger List database on indicates they departed from Hamburg on 5 Oct 1881 on the ship Lessing with Captain Voss. They indicated their home was Daberkow, Pommern. They were traveling "Zwischendeck." Friederike
171 In 1935 she was living in Grand Haven, Ottawa County, Michigan. She had graduated from high school. Kathleen M.
172 From AFN record; needs to be verified. Louisa
173 From AFN record; needs to be verified. Louisa
174 Section M. From main entrance off Hall Street, take second left, second right, and right before road bends left, look right between Lamberts and Heckman. Luktje
175 Buried in Plot 371-16. Lydia
176 1850 US Census - born abt 1819
1860 US Census - born abt 1817 indicates she was 80 years old when she died in 1892. 
Mary Lown
177 Matilda is a public school teacher. Matilda J.
178 Matilda is a teacher. Matilda J.
179 Shares the headstone with Melvin. Matilda J.
180 Parents were born in Norway according to the 1920 US Census, but the 1900 US Census shows her father born in Norway and her mother born in Denmark. Olena
181 The 1930 US Census shows his parents were born in Putzig, Prussia (father) and Germany (mother). Albert J.H. Abraham
182 He was of medium height and build, with blue eyes and brown hair. John Emanuel Abraham
183 John is a farmer and he can read and write. John Anderson
184 John is now farming. John Anderson
185 John was working as a carpenter. John Anderson
186 Selma was living in her own home, valued at $2000, on the farm along US 31. Selma E. Anderson
187 The Muskegon Genealogical Society shows the cemetery records with a "Died/Buried" column heading. The date shown is 4 May, but I'm not sure if that is death or burial. Selma E. Anderson
188 The widow Selma was living in a home along US 31; it was valued at $2500. Living with her was her widowed mother, Anna S. Anderson, as well as Selma's son Melvin, his wife Mathilda, and their daughter Beverly. Also there was Selma's youngest son, David Edward. Selma E. Anderson
189 Her parents were born in Illinois according to the 1930 US Census.

William Fink probate record has her maiden name 
Cora Appel
190 probate records Cora Appel
191 Record just says "Adair" -- I'm assuming that's the county. Mary Pina Appleby
192 The 1930 census indicates her parents were born in Kentucky. Mary Pina Appleby
193 Mrs. Dorothy A. Kressmann

March 28, 1920 - October 06, 2009

Dorothy A. Kressmann, nee Armstrong, beloved wife of the late Lawrence. Loving mother of Scott (Casey Meaden) Kressmann, Jeff (Andrea) Kressmann, Holly (Jim) O’Neill and Ross Kressmann. Cherished grandmother of Jeremy, Seth, Carly, Erin, Brianna, Jorie and Emily. Dorothy was an avid bridge player. (accessed 20 Oct 2010) 
Dorothy Jane Armstrong
194 On the 1920 US Census he is listed as "brother" (and widower) in the household of Augusta Troike. Albert Arndt
195 Her children, Augusta and Charles, were still living with her. Augusta Arndt
196 Although the image attached from does not have the birth information, the database listing associated with the image shows her birthday. Bobbye Lou Austin
197 (June 21, 1975) Wallace M. (Wally) Austin, 70, of 1218 Webster street, died at Hedrick Medical Center at 2:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He was in the dry cleaning business in Chillicothe for many years, more than 50 years at 716-718 Jackson street on the south side of the square before moving the business to 720 Washington in 1973 and later retiring.

Born Oct. 28, 1904, in Kidder, he was the son of William and Magnolia McNally Austin, and came to Chillicothe as a small child with his parents.

He is a member of I.O.O.F. lodge of Chillicothe and of the First Christian Church.

Survivors include his wife, Hazel, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Bobbye Dumroese of Summerdale, New Jersey, and Mrs. Peggy Shelby, Independence; a son, Wallace J. Austin, Chesterfield; five grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Shell and Miss Irene Austin, both of Chillicothe; Mrs. Ollie Biggerstaff, Wheeling, and Mrs. Paul Sprague, Kansas City, Kan., and a brother, Edward Austin, Chillicothe. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and two sisters.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home for Funerals conducted by the Rev. Walter Bingham. Burial will be in the Edgewood cemetery.

Posted 7 Nov 1999 by Marie Dryden to the Livingston County message board on 
Wallace M. Austin
198 According to the 1880 census, her parents were born in Tennessee. Myranda Baker
199 Of Indianapolis, Indiana. William Balch
200 According to the 1880 census, her father was born in Ohio and her mother in Kentucky. Martha Francis Barton

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