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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