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101 Banearbejder Thygesen, Karl Andreas (I915)
102 Banvaktare

Han och hustrun flyttar i 1903 från Huddinge Församling till Brännkyrka Församling. Dom bor först i Vega (Årstaskog), flyttar i 1904 till Helenedal. Efter Carl Augusts död den 30/9 1905 flyttar Christina Charlotta till Årstadal.

Dödsorsak: Marasmus sensibilis - ålderdomssvaghet 
Sandström, Carl August Olsson (I2933)
103 Banvaktstuga 12
Banvaktstuga 12 kallas i husförhörslängderna ursprungligen Banvaktarestuga No 8. Numret i rubriken kommer ur SJ:s 1900-talsrullor. Stugan var bebodd från 1860 till 1965 och återfinns i husförhörslängderna för Fullersta rote.
De första invånarna var banvakten Carl Magnus Nilsson, född 1825, hans hustru Anna Maria Jonsdotter, född 1822, samt deras fem hemmavarande barn.
Banvaktstuga 12 hade, från mitten av 1920-talet, även hyresgäster som inte var anställda hos SJ.
Då dubbelspåret tillkom uppfördes en banmästarstuga, som låg 60 meter norr om Huddinge station och som fick beteckningen 11 B, vilken ibland har förväxlats med denna stuga som således låg söder om stationen.
Banvaktstuga 12 ligger till höger på fotot. Den vänstra stugan, med nummer 9A, var bostad för stationspersonalen vid Huddinge station. Stugan låg 235 m söder om Huddinge station, avstånd till Stockholm 13 790 m.

Banvaktstuga 13
Inget torp i egentlig mening, men stugan fanns i husförhörslängden inom Fullersta rote från 1861 där det till en början nämns som banvaktarestuga No 9. Numret i rubriken kommer från SJ:s 1900-talsrullor.
De första invånarna var banvakten Eric Grund, född 1818, och hans hustru Anna Larsdotter, född 1820, samt deras sju hemmavarande barn.
Stugan revs i början av 1960-talet.

Fotot visar hus 9A enligt ovan. Dessvärre har vi inte lyckats få fram något foto på den rätta stugan. Den var dock utförd enligt samma ritning som återfinns på banvaktstuga 14 och utseendet var identiskt med banvaktsuga 12. Stugan låg 1 100 m söder om Huddinge station, avståndet till Stockholm C var 14 850 m. 
Sandström, Carl August Olsson (I2933)
104 Barbara Steinbock Belt, 79, of Reisterstown, MD, passed away on Sunday, May 3, 2020, at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Born on May 3, 1941, in Baltimore, MD, she was the daughter of the late Helen Estelle Fulcher. She was the beloved wife of almost 60 years to George Delmas Belt, the love of her life. Barbara lived for her children and her family. She was strong in her faith and angels. She enjoyed birds, gardening, cooking, her dogs, and above all else spending time with her family. She was loved by many and will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Surviving in addition to her husband are children: Beverly Hope Belt, George William Belt, and Glenn Douglas Belt and wife Elizabeth, grandchildren: Kristin Carpenter Tucci and husband Anthony, Matthew Belt, Ruxton Belt, Navy Belt, and Baylor Belt, and great-grandchildren: Abigail and Owen Tucci. She was predeceased by a son: Matthew Delmas Belt. Services and interment are private due to current restrictions. If desired, contributions in Barbara's name may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Arrangements are by ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., Owings Mills, MD, and online condolences may be offered at

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Published in Carroll County Times on May 6, 2020. 
Steinbock, Barbara Hope (I8280)
105 Barbermester Lund, Christian Olesen (I1747)
106 Barco resident Jeri Lee Holm, 56, of 104 Travis Court, Barco, died at his residence on Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2011. He has gone home and is celebrating with the Lord. He will be greatly missed by all. Born in Washington, D.C., he was the son of Craige Granniss Holm and Willa Wolf Holm of Needmore, Pa, and the husband of Cynthia Ann Klose Holm of the residence. He was a radio disc jockey and a member of New Life Christian Fellowship of Currituck. Besides his parents and wife, he is survived by a daughter, Krista Faith Holm; a son, Marshall Craig Holm; a sister, Wendy Holm Akers; and a brother, Joe Holm. A memorial service will be Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 at 2 p.m. at New Life Christian Fellowship of Currituck with Pastor Dan Bergey officiating. The family will receive friends immediately after the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to New Life Christian Fellowship of Currituck 4134 Caratoke Highway, Barco, NC 27917. Twiford Funeral Homes, Memorial Chapel, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, is serving the Holm family.
Published in The Daily Advance on Jan. 6., 2011 
Holm, Jeri Lee (I3409)
107 Barry W. Holm

New Haven Register (CT) - Wednesday, July 1, 1998

WEST HAVEN - Barry Walter Holm, 56, of 65 Templeton St. died Tuesday at Yale New Haven Hospital. Mr. Holm, son of Walter H. and Betty Fowler Holm of West Haven, was born in New Haven Sept. 21, 1941. He served in the Connecticut National Guard for six years. He was a self-employed accountant and former comptroller for Ulrich Steel Co. of Wallingford. He was a member of Christ Church of West Haven and served as head usher at the church. Besides his parents, he leaves daughters, Kimberly Herard of East Haven and Jennifer Holm of Guilford; sons, Christopher Holm of Guilford and Jeffrey Holm of Atlanta; a brother, Peter Holm of West Haven; and one grandson. Memorial contributions may be made to Connecticut Hospice, 61 Burban Drive, Branford 06405; or to Christ Church on the Green, West Haven 06516. - New Haven Funeral Service, New Haven 
Holm, Barry Walter (I5797)
108 Begge vaccinerede. Tillysning i Havnbjerg og Notmark kirke. Dette par har en søn sammen uden for ægteskabet, som nu er 4½ år, og hedder Jens Bonde , hos Hans Hansen hersteds, se fødte 1852 nr. 11.
Hansen, Anna Kathrine (I6046)
109 Berufe: Prokurist, Kaufmann - Merchant Rossen, Niels Nielsen (I2998)
110 Betty C. Rossen

Betty Cantzler Rossen of Houston,Texas, devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, passed away on October 31, 2016.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Henry Rossen. She is survived by their three children, Robert (Linda Kubena) Rossen of Houston, Marjorie (Brent) Rieke of Morton, Illinois, and William (Janice) Rossen of Delft, the Netherlands, seven grandchildren, Jeanette (Stefan) Driesner, Joshua (Colleen) Rieke, Mary (Trent) Gerig, Laura (Paul) Johnston, Jordan (Becky) Rossen, Matthew Rossen, and Alyssa Rossen, and 17 great grandchildren.
Betty was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on June 7, 1923. Her main focus in life was her family.
She graduated from the University of Chicago and spent many years teaching science. She enjoyed painting, singing, gardening, travel, entertaining, and volunteer work. Throughout her life, she provided loving support, an optimistic outlook, and cheerful encouragement to family and friends. She will be greatly missed.

Published in Houston Chronicle on Nov. 6, 2016
Cantzler, Elizabeth June (I1226)
111 Betty Fowler Holm
May 29, 1916 - May 06, 2003
Birthplace: New Haven, CT
Resided In: Wallingford & West Haven Connecticut U.S.A.
Service: May 15, 2003
In Wallingford, May 6, 2003, Betty Fowler Holm, 86, of Pond Ridge, formerly of West Haven, wife of the late Walter H. Holm, mother of Peter Holm of Easthampton, MA. Sister of Dorothy Smith of Cheshire. Also survived by 5 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a son, Barry Holm and a brother, Johnny Fowler. She was born in New Haven, May 29, 1916 daughter of the late Lester and Edith Fadden Fowler. She had worked as a secretary for the West Haven Schools prior to her retirement.
Memorial service will be held Thursday morning, May 15 at 10:30 at the Masonic Home Chapel, 22 Masonic Ave., Wallingford.

Fowler, Betty (I5796)
112 Beverly Ann Saathoff, age 79 of North Platte, passed away November 29, 2014 at Great Plains Health. She was born November 25, 1935 at Curtis, NE to Henry “Hank” and Shirley (White) Jensen. Beverly graduated from North Platte High School in 1953 and later worked at the Lincoln County Courthouse in the Motor Vehicle Department until she was involved in an auto accident. She was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, a RSVP volunteer, and enjoyed playing cards at the Senior Center. Survivors include her sons, Mike Robertson of Lincoln, Gregg Robertson of North Platte, Bruce Saathoff of Bakersfield, CA, and Brad (Melissa) Saathoff of Hershey, 2 sisters, Bonnie Baade of North Platte and Darlene (Don) Miller of Colby, KS, brother, Raymond (Judy) Lunkwitz of North Platte, grandchildren, Travis, Trish, David, Danielle, Cody, Jesse, Jessica, Jason, Jamie, Harlie, Zachariah, Joshua, and Kaitlyn, and numerous great-grandchildren, and other relatives and friends. Beverly was preceded in death by her parents, two sons, Kent E. and Kurt D. Robertson. Memorials are suggested to the North Platte Senior Center or First Lutheran Church. Services will be 11:00 am Friday, December 5, 2014 at Carpenter Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Frank Fitch III officiating. Burial will be at Floral Lawns Memorial Gardens. Carpenter Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. 
Jensen, Beverly Ann (I4028)
113 Biddick, Burdette O.
Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI) - Sunday, August 9, 2009
MADISON - Burdette O. Biddick, formerly of Madison, age 97, passed away on May 11, 2009, in Florence, Ky.

He was born on Oct. 10, 1911, in Livingston, the son of Adolphus and Amelia (Kamm) Biddick. Mr. Biddick was a teacher and assistant principal in Cottage Grove. He worked in the Research Department of Oscar Mayer for 30 years. He will be lovingly remembered for his principles, kindness, devotion to family, and sense of fun.

He is survived by his loving wife of 72 years, Lucile Biddick (nee Fleming); his children, David (Carole) Biddick of Kewaunee, Larry Biddick of Madison, Linda (Roger) Nace of Phoenix, Ariz., and Barbara (Gerald) Johnson of Florence, Ky.; grandchildren, Deborah (Thomas) Hohner, Kimberly (Tony) Frakes, Brandon (Patricia) Biddick, Jacqueline (John) Coluccy, Brett (Gwen) Johnson and Kirstin (Tony) Coleson; and 11 great-grandchildren.

Friends are invited to attend a memorial service held on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009, at BASHFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 329 North St., Madison, at 11 a.m., with Pastor Fran Deaner and Pastor Richard Ferris officiating. A private inurnment will take place at Highland Memory Gardens in Madison.

In lieu of flowers, memorials in Burdette's name may be made to Bashford United Methodist Church.

Ryan Funeral Home & Cremation Services 2418 N. Sherman Ave. (608) 249-8257

Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI) - Sunday, August 9, 2009 
Biddick, Burdette Orville (I6490)
114 Birth: Apr. 14, 1904
Death: Jun. 22, 2002

Edna Casey, 98, died on Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at McIntosh Manor Nursing Home in McIntosh, MN.

Funeral services will beat 10:30 A.M. on Monday, June 17, 2002 at the Presbyterian Church in Red Lake Falls, MN with Reverend Russell Harris officiating. Burial will be in St. Anthony Cemetery in Terrebonne, MN.

Visitation will be from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Sunday, June 16, 2002 at Johnson Funeral Service in Red Lake Falls with a 7:00 P.M. prayer service on Sunday evening and at the church for one hour prior to services on Monday.

Edna Katherine Rossen was born in Eugene, Oregon on April 14, 1904 the daughter of Nels and Eleanor (Andersen) Rossen. In about 1910 Edna's father traded his farm in Oregon for the one in Red Lake County. She attended the Prairie Queen Elementary School in Terrebonne Township and graduated high school in Red Lake Falls. After Edna earned a Normal School One-Year Certificate in Teacher Training, she taught in Broadus, Montana in the 1920's.

Edna married James Henry Casey on September 3, 1930 in Shakopee, Minnesota and they began farming on Edna's father's farm in Terrebonne Township. Edna and James purchased the farm in the late 1930's. Together they had three children, Shirley Ann, James Donald, and Joseph Lawrence.

About 1948 Edna resumed teaching at the Prairie Queen School in Terrebonne Township. She also taught at the Huot School, and at an elementary school north of Red Lake Falls. During those years James and Edna would live on their farm in Terrebonne Township from spring through fall. During the winter they would live in Red Lake Falls.

In the late 1950's Edna accepted an elementary teaching position in the McIntosh Schools and taught in McIntosh until she retired at age 65. During those years James and Edna would live on their farm in Terrebonne Township from spring through fall. During the winter they would live in McIntosh.

Edna continued with her college education after she went back to teaching and earned a Bachelor's Degree from Moorhead State College. She also earned a Certificate for the Teaching of Remedial Reading. Edna taught a total of 26 years in schools and taught adult students in reading individually after her retirement. After Edna retired from teaching she and James lived on their farm and later moved to Red Lake Falls.

Until Mrs. Casey moved to McIntosh Manor Nursing Home, she remained active with the Red Lake County Fair Board, as she has been for more than twenty years. She was a member of the Red Lake County Board of Aging, The French Club (Afran) of Red Lake Falls, the Royal Neighbors of America, as Legislative Chairperson for the Retired Educators of America, the Advisory Council of Red Lake County, the Mentor and Red Lake Falls American Legion Auxiliary, the Minnesota State Department of Aging, Elderhostel, the Northwest Senior Federation and was also a 4-H Club leader in Red Lake County for eighteen years, and a Sunday School Superintendent in Mentor for seventeen years.

Edna is survived by one son, Joseph (Delphine) Casey of Estes Park, Colorado; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and 4 great great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, James on October 31, 1973; daughter, Shirley Ann Foldoe; son, James Donald Casey; brother, Walter; and sister, Annie 
Rossen, Edna Katherine (I46)
115 Bo Zetterberg, Kvissleby, har stilla insomnat efter en tids sjukdom, 57 år gammal.

Han föddes och växte upp i Skatan, Njurunda, som nummer tre i en syskonskara om fyra. Han förblev Njurunda trogen livet igenom, förutom kortare perioder i Stockholm och Sundsvall. Under många år hade han hela världen som arbetsfält som servicetekniker inom cellulosaindustrin, först vid Sunds Defibrator, sedan Metso Paper och slutligen i egen firma, ZBaling, som han startade 2001.
De som kände Bosse minns hans generositet och vilja att alltid ställa upp för andra med en hjälpande hand. Musik var hans stora intresse, speciellt amerikansk rock och blues men även svenska visartister som Björn Afzelius tillhörde hans favoriter.
Bosse älskade sitt arbete och speciellt att lösa tekniska problem som många ansåg olösbara. Ibland räckte det att han lyssnade på ljudet till en felande balmaskin för att ställa diagnos och finna orsaken till problemet. \"Bosse Baldoktor\" blev det smeknamn hans kollegor vid Vaggeryds Cell i Jönköping myntade efter uppskattade insatser under många år.
Bosse sörjs närmast av sina vuxna barn Ann och Robin, sin tidigare fru Eva, som han räknade som sin bästa vän, samt syskonen Kurt, Roland och Lisbeth Zetterberg med familjer. De tidigare svärföräldrarna Arnold och Margaretha Ersson och svägerskan Ulla Edblad med familj stod också Bosse mycket nära.  
Zetterberg, Bo Lennart Teodor (I2752)
116 Bonde

Dödsorsak: Nervfeber, också kallad tyfoidfeber 
Olsson, Anders (I3105)
117 Bor 1950 i:

Mantalsskriven: Sankt Göran, Stockholms stad
Adress: Industrig.16 II Modig 1815/10, Stockholm
Yrke: Garagevakt

Bor 1960 i:

Mantalsskriven: Sankt Göran, Stockholms stad
Adress: Industrig.16 II 1815/10, Stockholm
Yrke: Serviceman 
Olsson, Lennart Oskar (I2736)
118 Bor 1960 i:

Mantalsskriven: Sankt Göran, Stockholms stad
Adress: Industrig.16 II 1815/10, Stockholm
Olsson, Barbro Ingrid Elisabeth (I2913)
119 Bor 1960 i:

Mantalsskriven: Sankt Göran, Stockholms stad
Adress: Industrig.16 II 1815/10, Stockholm
Inflyttad 1947 från Södertälje 
Andersson, Ingrid Maria (I2912)
120 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland
Bor i 1960 i Rothult Brevl 534, Lakene 
Västlund, Gunnel (I2791)
121 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Berg, Adina Teresia (I2795)
122 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Västlund, Otto Bertil Emanuel (I2794)
123 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Västlund, Gösta Bertil (I2820)
124 Bor i 1950: Brevl 546 Hagälvssätern, Hagfors, Värmlands Län
Bor i 1960: Brevl 546 Ösbäcksv 2, Hagfors 
Gustavsson, Anna Olivia (I2793)
125 Bor i 1950: Brevl 546 Hagälvssätern, Hagfors, Värmlands Län
Bor i 1960: Brevl 546 Ösbäcksv 2, Hagfors 
Johansson, Karl Valfrid (I2792)
126 Bor i 1960 i Rothult Brevl 534, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Johansson, Erling Stig John (I2790)
127 Bor i 1960 i Rothult Brevl 534, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Johansson, Sölvie Gunnel (I2777)
128 Bor i Kolding i 1924 ved hendes halvbror Johannes Lütje Diedrichsens födsel Diedrichsen, Eline Marie (I6533)
129 Bor ved vielsen i 1921 i Bylderup-Bov Diedrichsen, Sönke (I6525)
130 Bor ved vielsen i Randbøl Sogn Hansen, Hans Alfred (I7729)
131 Born in Maine, when a young man left that state and accompanied his parents to Wisconsin, the family settling in Waushara County, where George's father William Hamlin, in addition to farming, followed his trade of carpenter. In 1861 George H. HAMLIN enlisted in the Eighth Wisconsin Battery Light Artillery, with which he served three years and nine months, taking part in some notable engagements, among them Murfreesboro and Stone River. After being honorably discharged from the army he returned to Waushara County, Wisconsin, and from there in 1878 he moved to a farm near Tomah, Monroe County. In 1883 he came with his family to Merrill, making the journey with wagon and team and bringing five horses with him, with which he did general teaming, both in town and in the woods, as well as for sawmills. During those early days Mrs. HAMLIN kept boarders and worked hard to help support the family. George died January 1, 1917.  Hamlin, George Henry (I4423)
132 Born in Mount Morris, WI in 1875, JH became Superintendent of Schools for Lincoln County, WI in 1899. June 1, 1904 JH married his first wife Alta Tarr, they had 2 children, Edmund and Lorraine. JH married a second time to Margaret Running on June 8, 1928. JH and Margaret had 12 children, James Jr., Alice, Margaret, Elaine, Ester, Eunice, Joe, Reid, Bill, Don, Wayne, and Claudia. JH died on September 21, 1953 the owner of Merrill Land and Title Company.  Hamlin, James Harvey (I3474)
133 Bosat 1950 i Bovallen, Sätrabrunn, Västmanlands Län Eriksson, Selma Olivia (I2309)
134 brillionpl Reverend Bonde in Davenport, Iowa, and Shelby Co Iowa: My great great grandparents were Catherine Marie Mikkelsen and Nels Hansen Hoogensen - Katie being the sister of your ancestor Christen Mikkelsen. The oldest daughter of Katie and Nels was Marie Elizabeth Haagensen married to Claus Christiansen, also born at Als. Their youngest daughter was Anna Maria Christiansen, married to Peter Swanson. The Christiansens moved to Davenport following the War of 1864, Claus having fought in that war for two years. He went to Davenport in 1868 and in 1870 after the birth of their second child, Elizabeth followed along with her sisters, another Mikkelsen, and a number of their neighbors and possibly relatives. .

I've been working on our Danish family for several decades, and have researched all of my ancestors full time for the last 10 years. I've never been able to learn the parents of Nels and Katie, only knowing that they lived at Als at the time of the birth of their children. I'm at a disadvantage not knowing Danish and living in Wisconsin where no one else does either.

Reading your site today at the library, I am also struck with your ancestor by the name of Bonde. When my grandparents were married and my mother was born at Davenport, Reverend Bonde of the Danish Lutheran church of Davenport officiated and signed the documents. I then saw that he had moved on to western Iowa and all of the huge Danish settlement there. Sadly, I don't have any of the documents with me today to be more specific. It seems quite likely that he was related to the above Bonde.

I don't have ancestry at home, but would be pleased to share information with you. I wonder if you could tell me how to obtain the documentation for the parents of Katie and Christen. You may contact me at

Your cousin

Carol Mathewson Moore  
Bonde, Hans (I6117)
135 Børn: 6 levende og 1 død ved FT i 1930 Lorenzen, Petrea (I2507)
136 Calov, Karl Johan

Kölnagatan 31
681 41 Kristinehamn

Död 14/6 2002.

Folkbokförd i Kristinehamn, Kristinehamns kn (Värmlands län, Värmland).

Född 23/6 1916 i Sala stadsförs (Västmanlands län, Västmanland).

Gift man (23/9 1953).
Födelseförsamling i källan:
Sala S (Västmanlands län)

man91 / RFV 06
Larsson, Carl Johan (I6358)
137 Carl Wilhem Nelsen, 99, Bradenton, died March 18, 1997.

He was born Feb. 15, 1898, in Curtis, Neb., and came to this area 24 years ago from Wooster, Ohio. He was a retired farmer and a member of Seventh-day Adventist Church of Bradenton.

Survivors include his wife, Mable; a daughter, Lois Haines of Myakka City; and three grandchildren.

Visitation will be from noon to 1 p.m. Friday at Toale Brothers Funeral Home, South Chapel, with services to follow at 1 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Ellenton

Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 19 Mar 1997 
Nelsen, Carl Wilhelm (I3772)
138 Catherine "Cathy" Lorrine Binder Aug. 28, 1938 ~ May 18, 2010 Resident of Walnut Creek Born in Ontario, Oregon, daughter of the late Johannus Koopman and Elna Koopman Back, and stepfather the late James Back. Cathy moved to San Francisco with her family in 1944, and was a 1956 graduate of Lincoln High School in San Francisco and a 1960 graduate of St. Francis School of Nursing in San Francisco. She is survived by her husband of nearly 50 years, Ronald Edward Binder; son Paul Christian Binder and his fianc?e, Katherine Peters of San Ramon; brother Joseph Koopman and wife Ester; nephews Jon and Kevin and their families. Cathy retired from John Muir Medical Center after a 28 year career in post-surgical nursing. Cathy was most proud of her Danish heritage. She always enjoyed a large circle of friends, especially the yearly "Mothers- Daughters" luncheons with the girls from high school; and the ladies of "The Birthday Club" of Walnut Creek. Travel with her husband to foreign countries and cruising the oceans and water-ways of the world was always one of her great pleasures. A Memorial Celebration of her life will be held on Wednesday, May 26th, at 11:30am at St. Mathews Lutheran Church, 339 Wiget Lane, Walnut Creek If you desire, donations in lieu of flowers can be made in Cathy's name to the John Muir Health Foundation - Walnut Creek Campus (925) 947-4449.

Published in East Bay Times from May 21 to May 23, 2010 
Koopman, Catherine Lorraine (I1011)
139 Cause of death/dødsårag:
Bronchopneumonia. Bronchitis capillaris 
Rossen, Karl Jørgen (I52)
140 Cause of death/dødsårsag:
"The Spanish Flu" - Den Spanske Syge 
Thygesen, Marinus (I4949)
141 Cause of death/dødsårsag: Typhus Christensen, Anna Christine (I1090)
142 Cause of Death: Childhood cancer, Rhabdoid tumor Holm, Erica Lynn (I3422)
143 Cause of death: Difteritis Rossen, Christian Hansen (I1614)
144 Cause of death: Stomach cancer Nilsson, Emma Charlotta (I6372)
145 Cause of death: Typhus Bonde, Hans Nielsen (I6050)
146 Chauffør Johansen, Aksel Thomas (I138)
147 Cheryl F. Olsson (Carlon) UNSA Class of 1966.
Born December 23rd 1947 in Curtis, Nebraska. Passed away November 19th 2014 in Westminster, Colorado. Cheri spent her early years growing up in Curtis, attended Curtis Public School, and attended University of Nebraska High School of Agriculture where she was very involved in singing in the school?s Triple Trio group and choir.
Cheri married Gary W. Olsson on April 11th 1965. She is survived by her husband Gary, children, Mike, Joel, and Rebekah, brother Dave Carlon, 6 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, and many other friends and family
Cheri was a devout Jehovah's Witness since 1972 and never missed an opportunity to share her faith, and looked forward to the promise of the resurrection to eternal life on paradise earth as the bible promises. She loved flowers, hummingbirds and her garden. Family and her faith were the most important things in her life and she will be dearly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of meeting and knowing her.
Proceeded in death by her parents, Fay Carlon, Robert Carlon, grandson Kody Mills, and brother Robert Earl Carlon.
Cheri was cremated and her ashes will be spread either in Curtis or in the Rocky mountains among the wildflowers. 
Carlon, Cheryl Fay (I3496)
148 CHRISTENSEN, Inez L.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Tulsa World (OK) - Monday, December 18, 1995
Deceased Name: CHRISTENSEN, Inez L.
CHRISTENSEN, Inez L., 84, crossing guard with Tulsa Public Schools, died Sunday. Services 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel. Moore's Eastlawn.
Holm, Inez Luella (I3364)
149 Christian D. "Chris" Frost, 51, of Moline, died Friday, March 25, 2016 at Genesis Medical Center - Illini Campus, Silvis. Per his wishes, cremation rites were accorded. A celebration of life gathering will be Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 4-7 p.m. at the Rock Island Conservation Club 2421 Big Island Rd., Milan. Memorials may be made in care of the family to forward to an animal shelter of their choice. Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home & Crematory are handling the arrangements.
Christian was born in Moline on July 25, 1964, a son of John "Jack" and Marilyn Kurth Frost. He married Marla Hodson on April 23, 1988 in Rock Island.
Christian was a senior designer for Cobham Life Support Company for the last 28 years.
He enjoyed golfing, shooting and woodworking.
Christian will always be remembered as an outgoing, loving, patient, and supportive individual. He was also a wonderful father who enjoyed watching his children's sporting events and was Marla's "Rock." He will be greatly missed.
Those left to cherish his memory are his wife, Marla Frost, Moline; sons, Logan (Jamie Foster) Frost and Jacob (Erika Torres) Frost, both of Moline; his four-legged kids, Sarge and Izzie; mother, Marilyn Frost, Rock Island; brother, Paul (Gail) Frost, Elmwood Park, Ill.; mother-in-law, Mary Ellen Hodson, Rock Island; sister-in-law, Robyn (Trace) Bentley, St. Helena, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father and father-in-law, Carl Hodson. 
Frost, Christian David (I4636)
150 Christina M. Bell, 99, of Vermillion, formerly of Burbank passed away Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at Sanford Vermillion Care Center.

Christina was born on May 6, 1911 in Herscher, IL to Jim and Eva (St. Onge) Nielson. She moved to South Dakota in 1916 and attended school in the Dowling District. She married Tom Bell on December 29, 1927 in Sioux City, IA and spent most of their married life in Burbank, SD. She was a long-time member of the First Baptist Church of Vermillion. Tom passed away on August 3, 1976.

Christina is survived by her son Robert (Barbara) Bell of Livermore, CA; 9 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-granddaughter; and cousin Beatrice Montagne.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Thomas Bell; daughter Lavonne Kutz; sons Richard Bell and James Bell; grandsons David Bell and Perry Bell; and sister Stella Girard.

Funeral service will be on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at the First Baptist Church in Vermillion with a visitation one hour prior with Pastor Elmer "Sandy" Aakre officiating.

Burial is at Bluff View Cemetery in Vermillion. 
Nielsen, Christina Mary (I6427)

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