Sunday, July 30, 2017

Griggs, Kate - 1881

Just how much or in what manner a woman ought to adorn herself is a personal question.  If she wears diamonds abroad to the sacrifice of comfort at home it is none of the public’s business.  She should be queen of her boudoir.  But when in the effort to retain or secure good looks she brings about her own death her story should be told for the benefit of her sex and kind.  Two fatal cases of blood-poisoning from the use of “beautifying” mixtures have come to light within the last few days.  Miss Alice Lamont, of St. Louis, bathed herself in some quack ointment and shortly afterwards died from lead poison in the blood.  Mrs. Kate Griggs has just died at Long Branch from the use of an “anti-fat” medicine.  She confessed to have taken eighteen bottles of the stuff within ten months.  If those who seek to help nature along with cosmetics and drugs do not find a warning in such cases as come to the surface it may be well for them to further consider that there are scores of similar cases of which the public never hears.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Lamont, Alice - 1881

Just how much or in what manner a woman ought to adorn herself is a personal question.  If she wears diamonds abroad to the sacrifice of comfort at home it is none of the public’s business.  She should be queen of her boudoir.  But when in the effort to retain or secure good looks she brings about her own death her story should be told for the benefit of her sex and kind.  Two fatal cases of blood-poisoning from the use of “beautifying” mixtures have come to light within the last few days.  Miss Alice Lamont, of St. Louis, bathed herself in some quack ointment and shortly afterwards died from lead poison in the blood.  Mrs. Kate Griggs has just died at Long Branch from the use of an “anti-fat” medicine.  She confessed to have taken eighteen bottles of the stuff within ten months.  If those who seek to help nature along with cosmetics and drugs do not find a warning in such cases as come to the surface it may be well for them to further consider that there are scores of similar cases of which the public never hears.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Guiteau, Charles Julius - 1881

There is no other man in America so universally despised, so universally abhorred, as Charles J. Guiteau.  He is imprisoned for shooting down the Executive Head of the government.  And yet in such sacred regard is human life held in this country that the army and the navy are already put in requisition to protect the life of this execrated miscreant and to secure him a fair and impartial trial.  Verily, the equality and fairness of our institutions are not an idle and empty boast, but an invaluable reality.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

You can visit the memorial page for Charles Julius Guiteau.

Erb, Hiram L. - 1881

At the Democratic County Convention, held at Lancaster on Wednesday, Martin Hildebrand, of Mt. Joy, was nominated for County Commissioner, and John L. Lightner, of Lampeter, for County Auditor.  The delegates to the State Convention from the Northern District are Abraham Collius, of Marietta, Hays Grier and W. B. Given, of Columbia, and Hiram L. Erb, of Clay.  A full county ticket was nominated, but we have been unable to obtain the names at the time of going to press.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Given, W. B. - 1881

At the Democratic County Convention, held at Lancaster on Wednesday, Martin Hildebrand, of Mt. Joy, was nominated for County Commissioner, and John L. Lightner, of Lampeter, for County Auditor.  The delegates to the State Convention from the Northern District are Abraham Collius, of Marietta, Hays Grier and W. B. Given, of Columbia, and Hiram L. Erb, of Clay.  A full county ticket was nominated, but we have been unable to obtain the names at the time of going to press.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Grier, Hays - 1881

At the Democratic County Convention, held at Lancaster on Wednesday, Martin Hildebrand, of Mt. Joy, was nominated for County Commissioner, and John L. Lightner, of Lampeter, for County Auditor.  The delegates to the State Convention from the Northern District are Abraham Collius, of Marietta, Hays Grier and W. B. Given, of Columbia, and Hiram L. Erb, of Clay.  A full county ticket was nominated, but we have been unable to obtain the names at the time of going to press.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Collius, Abraham - 1881

At the Democratic County Convention, held at Lancaster on Wednesday, Martin Hildebrand, of Mt. Joy, was nominated for County Commissioner, and John L. Lightner, of Lampeter, for County Auditor.  The delegates to the State Convention from the Northern District are Abraham Collius, of Marietta, Hays Grier and W. B. Given, of Columbia, and Hiram L. Erb, of Clay.  A full county ticket was nominated, but we have been unable to obtain the names at the time of going to press.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Lightner, John L. - 1881

At the Democratic County Convention, held at Lancaster on Wednesday, Martin Hildebrand, of Mt. Joy, was nominated for County Commissioner, and John L. Lightner, of Lampeter, for County Auditor.  The delegates to the State Convention from the Northern District are Abraham Collius, of Marietta, Hays Grier and W. B. Given, of Columbia, and Hiram L. Erb, of Clay.  A full county ticket was nominated, but we have been unable to obtain the names at the time of going to press.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Hildebrand, Martin - 1881

At the Democratic County Convention, held at Lancaster on Wednesday, Martin Hildebrand, of Mt. Joy, was nominated for County Commissioner, and John L. Lightner, of Lampeter, for County Auditor.  The delegates to the State Convention from the Northern District are Abraham Collius, of Marietta, Hays Grier and W. B. Given, of Columbia, and Hiram L. Erb, of Clay.  A full county ticket was nominated, but we have been unable to obtain the names at the time of going to press.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1

Garfield, James Abram - 1881

President Garfield, the nation’s patient, who was at the point of death the latter part of last week, has again improved and last accounts are that there is increasing hope.  All the symptoms are encouraging and there is no apprehension of relapse.  There is talk of moving him to other and more healthy quarters, but that cannot well be done.
~ The Lititz Record, 02-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 1


The President Dead
After Eighty Days Of Severe Suffering President James A. Garfield Passes Away

At thirty-five minutes after ten on Monday night, September 91, President James A. Garfield breathed his last.  He died at Long Branch, where he had been taken several weeks before his death.  It was supposed that by taking him to that place it would be for the better, but all was in vain.  He sunk slowly and it was evident that the end was drawing nigh.

On Monday morning he had another severe chill which greatly weakened him.  Toward noon, however, he rallied and throughout the afternoon he rested and slept.  During the day he called for a looking-glass, and, having gazed into it, observed that it was strange that he could look so bright and be so weak.  In the evening, he died.  The news of his death, though not unexpected, was received throughout the country with the greatest sympathy.

President Garfield was born in the village of Orange, near Cleveland, Ohio, November 19, 1831.  His parents were both of New England extraction.  His father, Abraham Garfield, was born in Otsego county, N. Y., but his family had lived in Massachusetts for generations.  James was the youngest of four sons, and his father died in 1833, when the deceased President was scarcely two years old, leaving his children dependent solely on the mother.

The President’s remains were removed to Washington on Wednesday, where they lie in state in the rotunda of the Capitol until Friday.  A religious service will be held previous to the departure to the West.  A special train bearing the President’s family will leave for Cleveland, O., to-day. (Friday) and the funeral and interment will take place on Monday next.  He will be buried in Lake View Cemetery.
~ The Lititz Record, 23-Sept-1881, Page 2, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for James Abram Garfield.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Shaner, Chester Leroy - 1943

IN RE: ESTATE OF GEORGE ROBERT SHANER, LATE OF THE BOROUGH OF BELLWOOD, COUNTY OF BLAIR AND STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on above estate have been granted to the undersigned.  All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and those having claims on or against said estate should present the same, duly verified, to the undersigned.
James R. Shaner
Chester L. Shaner,
Administrators
700 East Fourth Street
Bellwood, Pennsylvania
Robert C. Haberstroh, Esq.
Attorney for the Adminstrators
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Chester Leroy Shaner.

Shaner, James Robert - 1943

IN RE: ESTATE OF GEORGE ROBERT SHANER, LATE OF THE BOROUGH OF BELLWOOD, COUNTY OF BLAIR AND STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on above estate have been granted to the undersigned.  All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and those having claims on or against said estate should present the same, duly verified, to the undersigned.
James R. Shaner
Chester L. Shaner,
Administrators
700 East Fourth Street
Bellwood, Pennsylvania
Robert C. Haberstroh, Esq.
Attorney for the Adminstrators
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for James Robert Shaner.

Shaner, George Robert - 1943

IN RE: ESTATE OF GEORGE ROBERT SHANER, LATE OF THE BOROUGH OF BELLWOOD, COUNTY OF BLAIR AND STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on above estate have been granted to the undersigned.  All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and those having claims on or against said estate should present the same, duly verified, to the undersigned.
James R. Shaner
Chester L. Shaner,
Administrators
700 East Fourth Street
Bellwood, Pennsylvania
Robert C. Haberstroh, Esq.
Attorney for the Adminstrators
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for George Robert Shaner.

Fleisher, Frank W. - 1943

ESTATE OF WILLIAM T. ISENBERG, LATE OF ANTIS TOWNSHIP, BLAIR COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED.
Letters of Administration on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same, will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned, residing at Bellwood, Pennsylvania.
Frank W. Fleisher,
Administrator
Jubelirer, Jubelirer & Smith, Attorneys
Altoona, Pennsylvania
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 5

Isenberg, William T. - 1943

ESTATE OF WILLIAM T. ISENBERG, LATE OF ANTIS TOWNSHIP, BLAIR COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED.
Letters of Administration on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same, will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned, residing at Bellwood, Pennsylvania.
Frank W. Fleisher,
Administrator
Jubelirer, Jubelirer & Smith, Attorneys
Altoona, Pennsylvania
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 5

Estep, J. Blaine - 1943

Estate Notice
Estate Of Howard M. Estep, late of Antis Township, Blair County, Penna., deceased.
Letters Testamentary on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same, will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned, residing at Bellwood, Pennsylvania.
J. Blaine Estep,
Executor
Jubelirer, Jubelirer & Smith
Attorneys at Law
319 Central Trust Building
Altoona, Pennsylvania.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 2

Estep, Howard Milton - 1943

Estate Notice
Estate Of Howard M. Estep, late of Antis Township, Blair County, Penna., deceased.
Letters Testamentary on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same, will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned, residing at Bellwood, Pennsylvania.
J. Blaine Estep,
Executor
Jubelirer, Jubelirer & Smith
Attorneys at Law
319 Central Trust Building
Altoona, Pennsylvania.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 4, Column 2

You can visit the memorial page for Howard Milton Estep.

Helsel, Lida [Yarlett] - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Lida L. [Yarlett] Helsel.

Spanogle, Albert (Dr.) - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Dr. Albert Spangole.

Williamson, Ollie - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Rudy, Clarence Day - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Clarence Day Rudy.

Wentzel, Bertha - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Brooks, Edward - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Wentzel, Eugene - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Wentzel, Ira - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Curtin, Andrew Gregg - 1943

Tribute To War Governor
To the Bellwood Bulletin:
A tribute to Andrew G. Curtin, Civil War Governor of Penna.

Governor Curtin established the Soldier’s Orphan Schools of this state, which I am told is the only state in the Union which took care of its soldiers orphans.  In these institutions the pupils are clothed, fed and educated.  Those who reached a certain standard of scholarship were given a diploma which entitled them to any State Normal which they might choose.

The writer was at McAllisterville school when Ira Wentzel was principal, his son Eugene was born there.  My choice of the Normal School was Millerville, Lancaster County, the principal of which was Edward Brooks, A. M. Ph. D., from which Normal Wentzel graduated, as did his daughter Bertha some years later.

From McAllisterville came C. Day Rudy, of Pittsburgh, who with his sons were interior decorators of the Bellwood Methodist church for the first time, where Ollie Williamson sat admiring it and would say, “I hate to leave, it looks so beautiful.”

One of our boys was Dr. Albert Spanogle of Altoona, and a prothonotary of Dauphin County whose name I have forgotten.  These schools turned out some of the finest men and women of the state.

Thanks to “Uncle Andy Curtin” as we call him.
Lida Yarlett Helsel
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Andrew Gregg Curtin.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Douglass, Justus (Mr. & Mrs.) - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Sitman of South Third street left Wednesday at noon for Devan, Pa., been called there on account of the serious illness of our townsman’s father, Mr. William Sitman, Sr., who is confined to a hospital in that section.  The aged gentleman is almost ninety years old and for some time past has been making his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Douglass at Devan.  His illness is such as to cause his friends much apprehension.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Justus M. Douglass.
You can visit the memorial page for Margaret [Sitman] Douglass.

Sitman, William Sr. - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Sitman of South Third street left Wednesday at noon for Devan, Pa., been called there on account of the serious illness of our townsman’s father, Mr. William Sitman, Sr., who is confined to a hospital in that section.  The aged gentleman is almost ninety years old and for some time past has been making his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Douglass at Devan.  His illness is such as to cause his friends much apprehension.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for William Sitman Sr.

Sitman, Harry D. - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Sitman of South Third street left Wednesday at noon for Devan, Pa., been called there on account of the serious illness of our townsman’s father, Mr. William Sitman, Sr., who is confined to a hospital in that section.  The aged gentleman is almost ninety years old and for some time past has been making his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Douglass at Devan.  His illness is such as to cause his friends much apprehension.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, James E. III - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, of Baltimore, Md., are enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.  They brought with them their baby boy, James E. Williamson 3rd, who is paying his first visit to his grandparents.  Needless to say, that there is much rejoicing in the Williamson home.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, Jack - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, of Baltimore, Md., are enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.  They brought with them their baby boy, James E. Williamson 3rd, who is paying his first visit to his grandparents.  Needless to say, that there is much rejoicing in the Williamson home.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Thompson, James - 1943

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Miss Annie Thompson of North Tuckahoe street left Monday for Harrisburg, where she is employed in defense work.  She also has two brothers in the navy, James, chief pharmacist mate overseas, James Thompson in training at University of Pennsylvania, as aviation cadet.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Thompson, Annie - 1943

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Miss Annie Thompson of North Tuckahoe street left Monday for Harrisburg, where she is employed in defense work.  She also has two brothers in the navy, James, chief pharmacist mate overseas, James Thompson in training at University of Pennsylvania, as aviation cadet.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, James G. - 1943

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Cadet James G. Williamson, a student at Valley Forge Military Acadamy, <sic> who recently advanced to corporal, is enjoying a vacation at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for James G. Williamson.

Williamson, J. E. - 1943

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Miss Louise Williamson of the Williamsport Junior Dickinson college is enjoying a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6


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Cadet James G. Williamson, a student at Valley Forge Military Acadamy, <sic> who recently advanced to corporal, is enjoying a vacation at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6


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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, of Baltimore, Md., are enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.  They brought with them their baby boy, James E. Williamson 3rd, who is paying his first visit to his grandparents.  Needless to say, that there is much rejoicing in the Williamson home.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, Louise - 1943

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Miss Louise Williamson of the Williamsport Junior Dickinson college is enjoying a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Focht, Gerald E. - 1943

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Mrs. J. L. Focht of Bellvue avenue, returned last week from Rome, N. Y., where she visited her son Mr. Gerald E. Focht and family.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Focht, J. L. (Mrs.) - 1943

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Mrs. J. L. Focht of Bellvue avenue, returned last week from Rome, N. Y., where she visited her son Mr. Gerald E. Focht and family.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

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Cook, Hannah - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Hannah Cook
Age: 18
Sex: Female
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Conyers, Barbery - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Barbery Conyers
Age: 7 months
Sex: Female
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for Barbery Conyers.

Collins, Lula - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Lula Collins
Age: 2
Sex: Female
Month of Death: September
State of Birth: Head Fever*
Cause of Death:

Head Fever - No definition could be found.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Coleman, Ada E. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Ada E. Coleman
Age: 18
Sex: Female
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Rheumatism

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Cearley, Amelia - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Amelia Cearley
Age: 35
Sex: Female
Month of Death: November
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Childbirth

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Carmen, Emma E. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Emma E. Carmen
Age: 5
Sex: Female
Month of Death: September
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Caraway, Victoria - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Victoria Caraway
Age: 3
Sex: Female
Month of Death: September
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Cantwell, Elliott M. A. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Elliott M. A. Cantwell
Age: 4
Sex: Male
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Small Pox

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Calhoun, Juddie - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Juddie Calhoun
Age: 6 months
Sex: Female
Month of Death: May
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Stomach Disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Calhoun, Johanna - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Johanna Calhoun
Age: 31
Sex: Female
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: Virginia
Cause of Death: Pneumonia


~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Caldwell, Adelia - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Adelia Caldwell
Age: 9
Sex: Female
Month of Death: December
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Stomach Disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Butler, Lavinia - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Lavinia Butler
Age: 65
Sex: Female
Month of Death: September
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Flux

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Butler, James - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: James Butler
Age: 1
Sex: Male
Month of Death: August
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Flux

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Burns, Richard - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Richard Burns
Age: 47
Sex: Male
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: Virginia
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Brinkley, Mary - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Mary Brinkley
Age: 18
Sex: Female
Month of Death: January
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Brevard, John - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John Brevard
Age: 6
Sex: Male
Month of Death: November
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Brandon, Abigail - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Abagail (Abigail?) Brandon
Age: 58
Sex: Female
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Black, Jacob - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Jacob Black
Age: 67
Sex: Male
Month of Death: December
State of Birth: South Carolina
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Black, Elizabeth - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Elizabeth Black
Age: 60
Sex: Female
Month of Death: December
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Blackwell, John - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John Blackwell
Age: 30
Sex: Male
Month of Death: January
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: unknown

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Kask, Ruth Isabella {Root] - 1943

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Ruth Root Kask, of Harrisburg, spent several days last week with friends in town.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Ruth Isabella [Root] Kask.

Kleffel, H. C. (Rev.) - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, John - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Jones, Frances R. [Dillen] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Frances R. [Dillen] Jones.

Dillen, Oliver - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Chester - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Lloyd - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, George - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Lewis - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Port, Lewis (Mrs.) [Dillen] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Ashley - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

McCaulley, Ruth [Davis] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dysart, Martha [Davis] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Drinosky, Anna - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Davis, Clyde - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Clyde Davis.

Dillen, Ella {Merriman] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Lee - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Davis, Marjorie E. [Dillen] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Marjorie [Dillen] Davis.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Blackwell, John M. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John M. Blackwell
Age: 3
Sex: Male
Month of Death: May
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Bird, Louisa F. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Louisa F. Bird
Age: 23
Sex: Female
Month of Death: August
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Bennett, Mahaly - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Mahaly Bennett
Age: 1
Sex: Female
Month of Death: August
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Croup*

Croup - Laryngitis, diphtheria, or strep throat.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Bell, Nancy - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Nancy Bell
Age: 60
Sex: Female
Month of Death: May
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Fall

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Bell, Adaline - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Adaline Bell
Age: 20
Sex: Female
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: unknown

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Beck, Ann E. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Ann E. Beck
Age: 15
Sex: Female
Month of Death: May
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Small Pox

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Baxter, Samuel - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Samuel Baxter
Age: 63
Sex: Male
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for Samuel Baxter.

Baxter, Nancy - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Nancy Baxter
Age: 47
Sex: Female
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Barnett, John - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John Barnett
Age: 16
Sex: Male
Month of Death: December
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Fits

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Barham, Thomas - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Thomas Barham
Age: 75
Sex: Male
Month of Death: October
State of Birth: Virginia
Cause of Death: Dropsy*

Dropsy - Edema (swelling), often caused by kidney or heart disease.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for Thomas Barham.

Arrington, James - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: James Arrington
Age: 2
Sex: Male
Month of Death: September
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Arington, Charity - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Charity Arington
Age: 32
Sex: Female
Month of Death: February
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: unknown

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Monday, July 24, 2017

Anderson, Pataline - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Pataline Anderson
Age: 22
Sex: Female
Month of Death: February
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Allen, William H. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: William H. Allen
Age: 3 months
Sex: Male
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Fits

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Allen, Mary - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Mary Allen
Age: 1 month
Sex: Female
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Hives

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Akins, Joseph A. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Joseph A. Akins
Age: 6 months
Sex: Male
Month of Death: February
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Scalded

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Wray, Lavinia - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Lavinia Wray
Age: 3
Sex: Female
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: Tennessee
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Krise, Clarence George - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Clarence George Krise.

Krise, Blair Adam - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Blair Adam Krise.

Krise, John Christian - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for John Christian Krise.

Peterson, Mary Mable [Krise] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Mary Mable [Krise] Peterson-Burns.

Beers, Eula Catherine [Krise] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Eula Catherine [Krise] Beers.

Krise, J. Walter Kinsel - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Krise, Marian Evelyn [Waltersi] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; john, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Krise, Walter Franklin - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Walter F. Krise
Walter F. Krise. Of North Second street, Bellwood, died Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at his home of a cerebral hemorrhage following a brief illness.

He was born in St. Lawrence, Clearfield county, April 12, 1885.  He was a member of the Grace Lutheran church of Bellwood, the Coalport lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Williamsport and consistory and Jaffa Shrine.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marian Evelyn (Waltersi) Krise, whom he married June 30, 1940; a son J. Walter Kinsel Krise to the first marriage; also by these brothers and sisters: Mrs. Roy Beers, Bellwood; Mrs. Oscar Peterson of McKeesport; John, Fallen Timber; Blair, Harrisburg, and Clarence, DuBois.

Mr. Krise has been a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the borough for many years and during this time was engaged as a carpenter.  He was a skilled workman and up until sickness overtook him had been working as a pattern maker for J. E. Williamson, the gray iron broker.  The announcement of his passing came as a distinct shock to all who shared his acquaintance.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Walter Franklin Krise.

Root, Edward Nelson - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

J. Eugene Root, of Cinciniati, <sic> Ohio, is visiting the home of his father, E. N. Root, where his wife and daughter have been for several weeks.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Edward Nelson Root.

Root, Joseph Eugene - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

J. Eugene Root, of Cinciniati, <sic> Ohio, is visiting the home of his father, E. N. Root, where his wife and daughter have been for several weeks.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Joseph Eugene Root.

Glasgow, F. M. - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Glasgow are spending time at Atlantic City enjoying the sea breezes.  New York will be visited on the return.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Lauver, Clara - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mrs. I. M. Watters and daughter Helen, and Mrs. Will Myers and daughter Grace, have gone to Denver, Col., to spend some time with Miss Clara Lauver.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Clara Lauver.

Myers, Grace - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mrs. I. M. Watters and daughter Helen, and Mrs. Will Myers and daughter Grace, have gone to Denver, Col., to spend some time with Miss Clara Lauver.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Myers, Will - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mrs. I. M. Watters and daughter Helen, and Mrs. Will Myers and daughter Grace, have gone to Denver, Col., to spend some time with Miss Clara Lauver.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Watters, Helen - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mrs. I. M. Watters and daughter Helen, and Mrs. Will Myers and daughter Grace, have gone to Denver, Col., to spend some time with Miss Clara Lauver.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Watters, Ida Pauline [Lauver] - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mrs. I. M. Watters and daughter Helen, and Mrs. Will Myers and daughter Grace, have gone to Denver, Col., to spend some time with Miss Clara Lauver.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Ida Pauline [Lauver] Watters.

Miller, A. E. - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

A. E. Miller and wife spent some time at Pittsburgh seeing its big exposition.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Criswell, George - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Mr. and Mrs. George Criswell, of Johnstown, spent some time with the former’s parents, Squire and Mrs. Criswell.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Raugh, Will - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Will Raugh is spending some time at the home of his mother.  Mr. Raugh lives in McKeesport.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Lego, Ross - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Ross Lego is off for a two week vacation to Atlantic City, and will spend some time at Wilmington, Del. and Chester on his return.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Potter, William (Mrs.) - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Joseph Kellerman, one of our towns venerable citizens, has gone to Altoona, where he will spend some time with his daughter, Mrs. William Potter.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Kellerman, Joseph - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Joseph Kellerman, one of our towns venerable citizens, has gone to Altoona, where he will spend some time with his daughter, Mrs. William Potter.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Joseph Kellerman

Thorne, Wiggins (Mrs.) - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Miss Josephine Madara, of Main street is seriously ill.  Her niece, Mrs. Wiggins Thorne, of Trenton, N. J. is at her bedside.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Madara, Josephine - 1914

Happenings 30 Years Ago
Activities Of Our Citizens Three Decades Ago
From the Bellwood Bulletin, September 24th, 1914.

Miss Josephine Madara, of Main street is seriously ill.  Her niece, Mrs. Wiggins Thorne, of Trenton, N. J. is at her bedside.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Josephine Madara, or the second memorial page for Josephine Madara.

Burkholder, Thomas G. - 1943

Corporal Guy C. Burkholder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burkholder, has been elevated to the grade of sergeant with the United States remount at Fort Robinson Neb.  Mr. and Mrs. Burkholder have another son in the service, Thomas Burkholder, who is with the United States engineers in the south.  Both boys are graduates of the Bellwood Antis High school, Sergeant Burkholder for years being identified with troop B, 104th cavalry of Tyrone.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 4

You can visit the memorial page for Thomas G. Burkholder.

Burkholder, Helen Elizabeth [Estep] - 1943

Corporal Guy C. Burkholder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burkholder, has been elevated to the grade of sergeant with the United States remount at Fort Robinson Neb.  Mr. and Mrs. Burkholder have another son in the service, Thomas Burkholder, who is with the United States engineers in the south.  Both boys are graduates of the Bellwood Antis High school, Sergeant Burkholder for years being identified with troop B, 104th cavalry of Tyrone.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 4

You can visit the memorial page for Helen Elizabeth [Estep] Burkholder.

Burkholder, Thomas Abraham - 1943

Corporal Guy C. Burkholder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burkholder, has been elevated to the grade of sergeant with the United States remount at Fort Robinson Neb.  Mr. and Mrs. Burkholder have another son in the service, Thomas Burkholder, who is with the United States engineers in the south.  Both boys are graduates of the Bellwood Antis High school, Sergeant Burkholder for years being identified with troop B, 104th cavalry of Tyrone.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 4

You can visit the memorial page for Thomas Abraham Burkholder.

Burkholder, Guy E. - 1943

Corporal Guy C. Burkholder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burkholder, has been elevated to the grade of sergeant with the United States remount at Fort Robinson Neb.  Mr. and Mrs. Burkholder have another son in the service, Thomas Burkholder, who is with the United States engineers in the south.  Both boys are graduates of the Bellwood Antis High school, Sergeant Burkholder for years being identified with troop B, 104th cavalry of Tyrone.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 4

You can visit the memorial page for Guy E. Burkholder.

Hostler, Helen - 1943

Bellwood Soldier Missing
George W. Hostler Falls in North Africa

The tragedy of war has again been forcibly brought home to Bellwood when a message was received from the war department at Washington on March 13, addressed to Mrs. Charlotte Hostler of Tyrone, that her husband, George Warren Hostler, was missing in action in North Africa.  The young man was a native of the borough where he resided all his life and where he spent his boyhood days and was educated in our public schools.

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hostler of 815 North Fourth street and united in marriage to Charlotte Burket of Tyrone.

He entered the armed service of the nation on July 3, 1942, and after receiving training went overseas in November of the same year.  For a period of time he was employed as clerk inone <sic> of the local stores and at the time of his enlistment had been employed in the South Altoona shops of the Pennsylvania railroad company.  He was a well known and likable young man of the borough and had many friends.

He has two brothers and three sisters, Reuben Hostler of Baltimore, Md., Howard Hostler of Bellwood, Mrs. Raymond Berkstresser of Spruce Creek, Mrs. John J. Carlone of Chicago, Ill., and Helen Hostler, at home with the parents in Bellwood.

The father is employed at present by the Pennsylvania railroad at the reclamation plant at Chambersburg.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 4

Carlone, John J. (Mrs,) - 1943

Bellwood Soldier Missing
George W. Hostler Falls in North Africa

The tragedy of war has again been forcibly brought home to Bellwood when a message was received from the war department at Washington on March 13, addressed to Mrs. Charlotte Hostler of Tyrone, that her husband, George Warren Hostler, was missing in action in North Africa.  The young man was a native of the borough where he resided all his life and where he spent his boyhood days and was educated in our public schools.

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hostler of 815 North Fourth street and united in marriage to Charlotte Burket of Tyrone.

He entered the armed service of the nation on July 3, 1942, and after receiving training went overseas in November of the same year.  For a period of time he was employed as clerk inone <sic> of the local stores and at the time of his enlistment had been employed in the South Altoona shops of the Pennsylvania railroad company.  He was a well known and likable young man of the borough and had many friends.

He has two brothers and three sisters, Reuben Hostler of Baltimore, Md., Howard Hostler of Bellwood, Mrs. Raymond Berkstresser of Spruce Creek, Mrs. John J. Carlone of Chicago, Ill., and Helen Hostler, at home with the parents in Bellwood.

The father is employed at present by the Pennsylvania railroad at the reclamation plant at Chambersburg.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 4