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201 https://www.jv.dk/toender/Stinne-blev-til-af-kommunens-gamle-elmetrae/artikel/2577085

https://www.jv.dk/toender/Lokale-kraefter-arbejder-for-Stinnes-genopstandelse/artikel/2577082 
Tønder, Kjestine (I1729)
 
202 https://www.kristeligt-dagblad.dk/mennesker/rundt-i-morgen-1316

https://www.bklaw.dk/medarbejdere/aksel-holst-nielsen 
Nielsen, Aksel Holst (I4773)
 
203 https://www.mdalskov.dk/Slaegt/per00950.htm#0 Muusman, Else Kathrine Gehlert (I796)
 
204 https://www.slaegtogdata.dk/forum/index.php?topic=127481.0

https://www.slaegtogdata.dk/forum/index.php?topic=127277.0 
Schmidt, Cecilie Christine (I3893)
 
205 Husmand og tækkemand
Dødsårsag: Alderdomssvækkelse 
Andersen, Martin Theodor (I4598)
 
206 I Folketælling 1911 betegnes hun som at være døvstum. Bor da i Exnersgade, Esbjerg Meier, Rassine Elise Kirstine (I3746)
 
207 I have so many wonderful memories of celebrating our birthdays together! Notoriously Uncle Marion would send a new Kitten home with me against my dad Robert Leroy Nelsen's wishes!!! Also I think I was 4-5 years old we were all together and Aunt Wanda made homemade spaghetti & meatballs I had this heaping amount of spaghetti thinking I'm not going to be able to eat it all loved the two of them, lots!!

Lori Laureen Tobiasson (nee Nelsen)on 11 May 2016

As kids, when grandpa was in the hospital in Omaha, dad left us three boys with Marion and Wanda. I remember playing with trucks on the back porch area. At any rate, sometime during the evening, my brother Jeremy went missing. Wanda frantically searched for him but since he was just a baby he couldn't get far and Marion wasn't too worried. Jeremy had managed to crawl behind the couch and wedged in there. They eventually found him. I always looked up to Marion and still picture Wanda as a Barbra Stanwick type from Big Valley.

Randy James Nelsen on 11th May 2016
 
Nelsen, Marion Willis (I68)
 
208 I husförhörslängden 1890-1900 står det att han studerar, har även flyttat till Stockholm den 30/11 1891.

Yrke: Bokhållare 
Bergström, Carl August (I3255)
 
209 I husförhörslängden 1890-1900 vistas han på okänd ort, börjar redan från 1882
Enligt Församlingsboken 1900-1923 för Tortuna Församling vistas han i Amerika

Yrke: Sergeant 
Danielsson, Edvard Gottfrid (I3260)
 
210 I just talked to Blanche briefly. Anna and Ernest met while they were both working on a farm in North Dakota. They stayed in Sioux City after they left North Dakota because Ernest got work helping to clean up a big building that had just collapsed. Blanche may have told me in 2011 that it was a department store.

Jayne Linn, September 2015 
Hall, Ernest Webb (I47)
 
211 I just talked to Blanche briefly. Anna and Ernest met while they were both working on a farm in North Dakota. They stayed in Sioux City after they left North Dakota because Ernest got work helping to clean up a big building that had just collapsed. Blanche may have told me in 2011 that it was a department store.

Jayne Linn, September 2015 
Rossen, Anna Marie Pauline (I43)
 
212 Immigrated 1881 Andersen, Cathrine (I2444)
 
213 Immigrated 1888 Madsen, Christian (I2343)
 
214 Immigrated 1890 Madsen, Laura (I2344)
 
215 Immigrated 1892 Madsen, Carl (I2358)
 
216 Immigrated 27 Apr 1891 Madsen, Laurids Hansen (I2359)
 
217 Indlæg 18. marts 1916 i Hejmdal:

Dekoreret.
En Søn af Landmand J. Gottschalk paa Vilsbæk Mark ved Navns Henrik, som ligger ved 86. Regiment, har ifølge “Fl.Av.” erhvervet sig Jernkorset.

Indlæg 10. maj 1917 i Ribe Stiftstidende:

Heinrich Gottschalk, søn af landmand Jacob Gottschalk og hustru paa Vilsbæk Mark ved Holebøl er falden,  22½ aar gl. 
Gottschalk, Heinrich Matthias (I4524)
 
218 Inscription:
6 years

Note: No tombstone

 
Rossen, Maggie (I1583)
 
219 Invalidepensionist ved hustruns død i 1963 Schmidt, Jesper Wilhelm (I3890)
 
220 Ivar Olssson i Sala fyller 75

Ivar Olsson kom som 14-åring till Jugansbo med sina föräldrar. Ganska snart flyttade han till Sala. Den 26 januari fyller han 75 år.

Han är född på Adelsö, där hans pappa var ladugårdsförman och statare.
??Vi flyttade vartannat år till olika gårdar i Stockholmstrakten. Så var det på den tiden.
Ivar Olsson var yngst i den sjuhövdade barnaskaran.
??Men jag har två syskon kvar i livet, ett i Flen och ett i Stockholm.
??Jag har två syskon kvar i livet, ett i Flen och ett i Stockholm.
Båda föräldrarna hade sin rötter i Salatrakten och när de pensionerades hjälpte de sju barnen dem att köpa ett hus i Jugansbo.
Det var bara Ivar som var yngst som flyttade med föräldrarna till Jugansbo, de andra var redan utflugna.
Ivar ville helst bli kock, men hans far tyckte det var bäst att ta anställning i Jugansbo när det nu fanns jobb på så nära håll.
??Så jag började på Jugansbo smide och plåtslageri.
Därmed var yrkesvalet gjort.
Ivar Olsson gifte sig sedan och flyttade med sin fru till Sala där han började arbeta på Geréns mekaniska.
??Där jobbade jag i 17 år innan jag kom som reparatör till Strå kalkbruk.
Det blev hela 17 år där också innan Ivar gick i pension.
Han har en rejäl dos humor, Ivar Olsson, och har nära till skrattet och skämtet hela tiden.
Sedan ungdomen har han varit engagerad i nykterhetsrörelsen.
Nykterhetsrörelsen hade ju evenemang så det bara blev så.
Han är fortfarande med i NTOoch Blå bandet.
Sedan 25 år tillbaka är han sambo med Anne-Marie Kronlöf.
Ett stort fritidsintresse är sommarstugan i Möklinta.
Ska du fira din dag?
Ja, något slags firande bli det, säger han och ser lite lurig ut.

Sala Allehanda 20100126 
Olsson, Ivar Oskar (I2928)
 
221 James Charles McIlravy, 60, of Orient, Iowa, died June 7, 2009, at Greater Regional Hospice Home in Creston, Iowa.

Services will be held at 11:00 a.m.. Thursday, June 11, 2009, at Orient United Methodist Church in Orient. The Rev. Karen Hoff will officiate.

There will be no visitation or burial. Mr. McIlravy was cremated.

Surviving are one daughter, Meggan McIlravy; one son, Blake McIlravy; and one brother, Gerald McIlravy.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Creston News Advertiser, June 9, 2009

Notes: James Charles McIlravy was born May 3, 1949 in Creston, Iowa, the son of Charley Hugh and Olive Christine (Rogers) McIlravy.

He married Sybil Ann Richardson on December 20, 1975 in Creston, Iowa. They were the parents of Meggan Janelle and Blake James Charles McIlravy. James and Sybil were later divorced. 
McIlravy, James Charles (I2392)
 
222 JESSIE L. JACOBSEN, 79, County Road 448, Lake Jem, died Monday. Born in Brewton, Ala., she moved to Mount Dora from Orlando in 1929. She was a homemaker, a member of First United Methodist Church of Mount Dora, and the Order of the Eastern Star. Survivor: sister, Aline, Simonet, Daytona Beach. Rehbaum-Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora.  Lindsay, Jessie (I4009)
 
223 Johan flyttar den 31/10 1920 från Vevdesboda i Fläckebo Församling till Sala Stadsförsamling. Med honom är barnen Lennart Oskar, Sven Arvid och Ingrid Maria. Den äldste sonen Martin Johan Olsson stannar kvar i Fläckebo Församling i en ålder av endast 12 år. Han stannar kvar i Vevdesboda och jobbar dom kommande åren som dräng innan han den 27/9 1928 flyttar till Västerfärnebo Församling. Han är dock snart tillbaka i Vevdesboda, närmare bestämd den 16/12 1929. Där stannar han till den 16/11 1932 då han flyttar till Holmbo i samma församling. Där jobbar han som jordbruksarbetare och kontrollassistent innan han den 22/12 1937 flyttar til Köping. Fadern Johan Oskar Olson gifter om sig den 4/12 1920 med Jenny Matilda Karlbom. 4 dagar senare, den 8/12 1920 flyttar Johan, hans nya hustru Jenny och Johans 3 barn från första äktenskapet (Lennart Oskar, Sven Arvid och Ingrid Maria) till Ekholmen i Veckholm Församling, Uppsala Län. Vistelsen här blir dock kortvarig eftersom familjen den 25/11 1921 flyttar till Lindormsnäs i Låssa Församling, Uppsala Län. Under dom kommande 3 åren utökas familjen med barnen Jenny Maria, Signe Matilda och Karl Johan. Den 27/11 1924, nästan exakt 3 år efter flytten till Lindormsnäs, är det dags att packa ihop igen. Familjen flyttar då till Säfsta i Västra Vingåker Församling, Södermanlands Län. Där jobbar Johan Oskar Olsson som maskin mjölkare. Åter igen utökas familjen med dottern Anna Kristina den 22/1 1926. Flyttlasset går dock snart igen, närmare bestämd den 26/11 1926 då familjen flyttar till Jordanstorp i Gryt Församling, Södermanlands Län. Alla utom den äldste sonen Lennart Oskar som flyttar till Sala den 1/12 1926. I Jordanstorp betecknas Johan Oskars yrke som ladugårdskarl. Tiden där blir inte heller långrandig, utan familjen flyttar åter igen drygt 4 år efter inflyttningen i Jordanstorp. Den 17/11 1930 flyttar alla förutom Sven Arvid och Ingrid Maria vidare till Forssa Församling, Södermanlands Län. Under tiden i Jordanstorp föds sonen Anders Erik den 23/1 1928. Sven Arvid flyttar den 6/11 1929 till gården Givesta i Frustuna Församling, Södermanlands Län. Där jobbar han som ladugårdskarl. Hans syster Ingrid Maria flyttar 2 dagar tidigare, den 4/11 1929 till Sala Stadsförsamling. Sven Arvid återförenas dock med sin familj den 26/11 1930 då han flyttar till Forsnäs i Forssa Församling, Södermanlands Län, 9 dagar efter att Johan Oskar med familj flyttat ditt. Åter igen stannar familjen endast en kort tid där. Först flyttar Sven Arvid den 10/4 1931 till Nässeläng i Lilla Malma (Malmköping) Församling, Södermanlands Län. Resten av familjen flyttar den 11/11 1931 till Nibble i Ytterjärna Församling, Södermanlands Län. Kort tid efter ankomsten födds dottern Margit Linnea den 2/12 1931. Fadern Johan Oskar jobbar som ladugårdskarl ved hennes födelse. När hon döps den 17/1 1932 är hon inte ensam om det. Hennes 4 äldre syskon Signe Matilda, Karl Johan, Anna Kristina och Anders Erik döps nämligen också den 17/1/1932. Dom hade hittills inte blivit döpta. Tillvaron i Nibble blir åter igen kortvarig eftersom Johan Oskar Olsson med familj flyttar vidare till Helleby i Hölö Församling, Stockholms Län den 7/12 1932. Resan är dock inte slut! Ett år senare, närmare bestämd den 21/11 1933 flyttar familjen vidare till Sättra i Adelsö Församling, Stockholms Län. Här betecknas Johan Oskar Olsson yrke som ladugårdsförman. Den 26/1 1935 föds Ivar Oskar, som är Johan Oskar och Jenny Olssons 7:e barn. För Johan Oskar är det barn nummer 12 eftersom han hade 5 barn med sin första hustru Anna Maria Bergström. Under tiden på Adelsö flyttar familjen i 1935 till Kunsta. Sen är det åter igen dags att röra på sig....den 1/11 1935 flyttar familjen till Säby i Ösmo Församling, Stockholms Län. Tiden där bliver ännu engång kort eftersom man redan ett år senare, den 3/11 1936, flyttar vidare till Skällnora, Kvarngården i Fresta Församling, Stockholms Län. Äldsta dottern Jenny Maria flyttar inte med, hon flyttar den 15/1 1937 till Västerhaninge. I såväl Säby som Skällnora jobbar Johan Oskar som ladugårdsförman. Familjen stannar i drygt 5 år på Skällnora, Kvarngården, innan dom den 12/11 1941 flyttar tillbaka till Ösmo Församling. Dottern Signe Matilda flyttar dock till Katarina Församling i Stockholm Stad.  Olsson, Johan Oskar (I2306)
 
224 John Frederick Schreck, 80, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away on August 3, 2015. Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Phyllis Holm Schreck, daughter Lauri Lester, and grandson Steven Lester, of Phoenix; sisters Anna Mae of Fairfax and Barbara Pond of Midlothian, VA. John earned his Doctoral degree from American University. He had a long career in education, retiring as Assistant Superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools in 1992. He relocated to Phoenix in 2013. Memorial contributions can be made to the W. Harold Ford Scholarship Fund c/o Fairfax County Retired Educators. No services were held. Schreck, John Frederick (I3423)
 
225 John H. Schnuck, a prominent farmer of Boonville township, was
born at Gooch's Mill, April 11, 1874. Mr. Schnuck is a son of John G. and
Catherine (Meyer) Schnuck.

John G. Schnuck was born in Germany in 1830. Catherine (Meyer)
Schnuck, was born in Cooper County in 1842, on the farm later known as
the Ulrich Oerly farm. John G. Schnuck owned and improved a farm of
225 acres east of Gooch's Mill. He died in 1880 and was buried in Pleas-
ant Grove cemetery. Mrs. Schnuck now makes her home with her son,
John H., the subject of this sketch. John G. Schnuck was, and his wife
is, a member of the Lutheran Church. The children of John G. and Cath-
erine (Meyer) Schnuck are: Mrs. Samuel Oerly, of Overton, Mo.; Mrs.
Elizabeth Renken, of Boonville; Mrs. Catherine Smith, deceased; Henry
E., a sketch of whom appears in this volume; Mrs. Annie Twillman, of
St. Louis, and John H., the subject of this sketch.

John H. Schnuck was educated in the public schools of Cooper County,
attending school at Gooch's Mill in Liberty district. For about three
years, he was in a drug business at Gooch's Mill. He abandoned this and
engaged in farming on the home place for a few years, then moved to his
present farm, which comprises 188 acres, of valuable land. In addition
to the home place, Mr. Schnuck owns a farm of 90 acres located one mile
east of the home place. The Schnuck homestead is located one mile south-
east of the city limits of Boonville. Since coming to this farm, Mr.
Schnuck has added two barns, fences and numerous other improvements.



HISTORY OF COOPER COUNTY 1035

He is engaged in general farming and stockraising. Mrs. Schnuck is
interested in the poultry industry and raises Buff Orpingtons, pure breds,
and has one of the best flocks in the county.

In 1899, John H. Schnuck was united in marriage with Margaret
Oswald, a daughter of Herman and Christina Oswald. To Mr. and Mrs.
Schnuck were born five children: Katherine, Beatrice, Oswald, Norbert
and Vergil, all at home. Mrs. Schnuck died in 1909 and her remains are
interred in the Catholic cemetery at Boonville. Sept. 28, 1911, Mr. Schnuck
was married to Josephine Rossen, a daughter of S. C. and Elizabeth (Rob-
ertson) Rossen, the former a native of Denmark, and the latter of Arkan-
sas. S. C. Rossen was born in 1849, and his wife was born in 1861. They
are both residents of Boonville, and he is the pi-esent superintendent of
the County Home of Cooper County. The children of S. C. and Elizabeth
Rossen are: Mrs. Schnuck, the wife of the subject of this sketch; James,
of St. Louis, Mo. ; Albertine, deceased ; Frederick, of St. Louis ; and Ed-
ward, who, at the time of this writing, is in France, a corporal with Com-
pany F, 110th Supply Train. Corporal Edward Rossen enlisted in the
service of the United States in June, 1917, and he has been in France since
May, 1918. Mr. and Mrs. Schnuck had a son, Joseph Rossen, who died at
the age of six years in Sept., 1918.

Mr. Schnuck is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Mrs. Schnuck is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The
Schnuck family is well known and highly respected in Cooper County.

 
Schnuck, John Herman (I1591)
 
226 June 30, 1946 - Jan. 14, 2008

NORTH?PLATTE?-- Dennis G. Awtry, 61, of North Platte, died Monday (Jan. 14, 2008), at Great Plains Regional Medical Center.

He was born to Gerald and Doris Nelsen Awtry on June 30, 1946, near Curtis in his grandparents sod house. He grew up in McCook and graduated from McCook High School in 1964.



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He entered the U.S. Army in 1965, and served in Japan for one year at an army hospital before serving in Vietnam. After his discharge he moved to North Platte in 1971, and worked at Nebraska Machinery.

He married Donna Schmidt on June 18, 1977, at the Messiah Lutheran Church.

He was part owner and operator of San-Dens Arts and Crafts with his sister. He was a commodities broker with his cousin, Jim. He returned to college, graduated from Kearney State College with a bachelor's degree and master's degree in art education. He taught at St. Pat's High School for the last 12 years.

He belonged to the Messiah Lutheran Church.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include his wife, Donna of North Platte; one son, Joe Awtry of Lincoln; sister, Sandy and husband, Dick Foran of North Platte; and brother, Wayne Awtry of McCook.

Memorial services will be Friday, 10 a.m., at Messiah Lutheran Church in North Platte with the Rev. Lynn Parsons officiating.

Cremation was chosen and register book signing is today until 9 p.m., with family receiving friends from 6 to 8 p.m., at Adams & Swanson Funeral Home in North Platte.

 
Awtry, Dennis Gerald (I203)
 
227 Kedjev 1
126 41 Hägersten
(Boendeadress 1 nov 1970)

Död 16/8 1972.

Kyrkobokförd i Brännkyrka, Stockholms stad (Stockholms län, Södermanland). Mantalsskriven på samma ort.

Född 6/7 1908 i Österåker (Stockholms län, Uppland).

Frånskild man (8/6 1966).
Källa: Sveriges Dödbok 1901-2013 
Eriksson, Karl Holger (I3201)
 
228 Kenneth L Mercer, age 71, born in Curtis, NE on September 13, 1946, the son of Kelly & Evelyn Mercer, passed away on Saturday, January 20, 2018 in Carrollton, TX.

A Celebration Service will be held on Sunday, February 4th from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM at the Marriott Courtyard Dallas Carrollton and Carrollton Conference Center, 1201 Raiford Road, Carrollton, Texas, 75007.

Ken grew up in Curtis, NE where he graduated from the University Of Nebraska School Of Agriculture. He graduated from Kearney State College, Kearney, NE. Ken married Teri Bauer (Hirschbrunner) in 1968 and they had three daughters, Stephanie, Kelli and Jennifer. He lived in Nebraska until 1981, when he moved to Texas.

Ken gave his life to Jesus on April 1, 1983 and loved the Lord with all his heart. He always said he was a fool for Christ. In 1985 he married Glenda Cox who had two daughters, Natalie and Jaclyn. He was a faithful husband, and devoted father and adoring “Papa/grandpa”. Ken loved his church family and was always willing to serve.

In addition to his parents, he was proceeded in death by his daughter, Stephanie.

Ken is survived by:
Wife: Glenda Mercer of Carrollton, TX
Daughters: Kelli (Francisco) Arriola of Little Elm, TX; Jennifer (Ben) Kiser of Lincoln, NE; Natalie (Mark) Lumpkin of Grapevine, TX; Jaclyn (Dustin) Neyra of Denton, TX
Grandchildren: Brett Soulliere; Madelyn and Ella Arriola; Sophie, Frannie, and Isabel Kiser; Avery Hall and Lyla Lumpkin; Hunter Sims and Annabelle Neyra
Brothers: Dale Mercer, IA; Doug (Roxane) Mercer, CO 
Mercer, Kenneth Leroy (I418)
 
229 Kenneth Leroy Mercer:

I enjoy researching my family roots and finding out how I was influenced by my relatives. One of those I so respected and still do is my Great-Grandfather; Chris L Jensen, who came to America in the 1890's working his way over on a cattle ship from Denmark, signed the required paperwork disavowing his former Country and King while pledging allegiance to America (which he did willingly and with great excitement). He made his way with his brother to Nebraska and homesteaded just north of my hometown, Curtis. He never learned to drive, walking everywhere he went including to and from work (apporx. 8 miles each day) every work day. The attached photo is from one of his special days in this very special country. I never heard him say anything bad about America or any person for that matter ? he left a great example to follow! 
Jensen, Christian Lauridsen (I340)
 
230 LANDT, Christine Sue (Steelhammer) "Christy" Christy passed away February 1st, 2010, just as she had lived her life; surrounded by loved ones. She was born August 15, 1950 to Page and Margaret Steelhammer at Centralia, WA. Attended school in Centralia and graduated from WSU in 1972. Christy loved gardening (and was a WSU Master Gardener) farming, quilting and playing with her children and later grandchildren. As a dairy farmer, she had no time to go on vacation, so she turned her yard into a park. She was equally at home riding horses, digging in dirt or leading a meeting. After retiring from the dairy at age 50, she went back to school and became a Certified Public Accountant. Christy is survived by her parents at the farm in Centralia, siblings Greg (Mary) at Las Vegas, Norman (Ilona) and Gail (Jerry) at Centralia. She leaves her husband and best friend of 37 years Steve, three sons; Ty, Nick (Shannon) and Ross (Debbie), nine grandchildren, and many other beloved family members and friends. Christy was loved by so many and will be greatly missed by all. She will be remembered for her smile that lit up her whole face, her positive attitude and her cheerful, sunny disposition. The family is anticipating a memorial service later this spring, May 1st, 2010 Steelhammer, Christine Sue (I2693)
 
231 Larsen, Ewald wedding

Monday, October 17, 2005

Courtney Larsen of Culbertson and James Ewald of Curtis were united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at the Nazarene Church in McCook.

Parents of the couple are Jeanie Earnest of Culbertson and Lynn and Patty Ewald of Curtis.

Grandparents of the couple are the late Jim Earnest, Bev Earnest of Stratton, Lucille Bradley of Benkelman, Helen Ewald of Curtis, the late Jim Ewald and Clifford and Alberta Freeze of Brady.

Honored guests included Gloria and Willis Schultz of Sioux City, Don and Donna Sailors of McCook, Bev Earnest of Stratton, Leva Cochran of North Platte, Viola Patchin of North Platte, Clifford and Alberta Freeze of Brady and Helen Ewald of Curtis.

The bride wore a floor-length, white, tulle, halter gown trimmed with crystals, beads and pearls. The bride's veil was waist-length, her gloves were white satin and she carried a bouquet of fresh red roses.

The maids of honor were the bride's two sisters Constance Larsen of Omaha and Catrina Larsen of Culbertson. Bridesmaids were Heather Steele of Benkelman, Sara Ware of Culbertson and Marie Wesch of McCook.

The bride's attendants all wore burgundy, satin, two-piece, floor-length gowns and silver elbow-length gloves and carried a bouquet of fresh, white roses.

The best man was Kurt Sawyer of Mason City. Bridegroomsmen were lan Reagan of Wauneta, Casey Thompson of Curtis, Kanen Hammond of Curtis and Ryan Hammond of Arapahoe. The bridegroom and his attendants wore long-tailed tuxedos with red rose boutonnieres.

The flower girl was Rebecca Earnest, cousin of the bride, of Benkelman and the junior bride was Karie Funk, cousin of the bride, of Culbertson. They each wore white, satin dresses with burgundy ribbon and carried white roses.

Aden Boiler, cousin of the bridegroom, of Farnam was the ringbearer and Adam Earnest, cousin of the bride, of Benkelman was the junior bridegroom. They each wore long tailed tuxedos. The candlelighter was Elizabeth Earnest, cousin of the bride, of Benkelman. She wore a navy blue, floor-length gown.

The mothers of the bride and bridegroom lit the unity tapers at the beginning of the ceremony. They both wore navy blue dresses.

Ushers were Lance Lewis of Curtis, Gregg Boiler of Farnam, Barry Brush of McCook and Aaron Reiman of Beatrice.

Marie Coffey provided piano and organ pieces and Kerri Linger was the soloist.

A reception and dance followed the ceremony at the Hitchcock County Ag Complex in Culbertson. A sit down dinner was served with entertainment provided.

The couple honeymooned in Nashville, Tenn.

They are making their home in McCook while attending McCook Community College.
 
Ewald, James (I2773)
 
232 Larsen, Ewald wedding
Monday, October 17, 2005

Courtney Larsen of Culbertson and James Ewald of Curtis were united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at the Nazarene Church in McCook.

Parents of the couple are Jeanie Earnest of Culbertson and Lynn and Patty Ewald of Curtis.

Grandparents of the couple are the late Jim Earnest, Bev Earnest of Stratton, Lucille Bradley of Benkelman, Helen Ewald of Curtis, the late Jim Ewald and Clifford and Alberta Freeze of Brady.

Honored guests included Gloria and Willis Schultz of Sioux City, Don and Donna Sailors of McCook, Bev Earnest of Stratton, Leva Cochran of North Platte, Viola Patchin of North Platte, Clifford and Alberta Freeze of Brady and Helen Ewald of Curtis.

The bride wore a floor-length, white, tulle, halter gown trimmed with crystals, beads and pearls. The bride's veil was waist-length, her gloves were white satin and she carried a bouquet of fresh red roses.

The maids of honor were the bride's two sisters Constance Larsen of Omaha and Catrina Larsen of Culbertson. Bridesmaids were Heather Steele of Benkelman, Sara Ware of Culbertson and Marie Wesch of McCook.

The bride's attendants all wore burgundy, satin, two-piece, floor-length gowns and silver elbow-length gloves and carried a bouquet of fresh, white roses.

The best man was Kurt Sawyer of Mason City. Bridegroomsmen were lan Reagan of Wauneta, Casey Thompson of Curtis, Kanen Hammond of Curtis and Ryan Hammond of Arapahoe. The bridegroom and his attendants wore long-tailed tuxedos with red rose boutonnieres.

The flower girl was Rebecca Earnest, cousin of the bride, of Benkelman and the junior bride was Karie Funk, cousin of the bride, of Culbertson. They each wore white, satin dresses with burgundy ribbon and carried white roses.

Aden Boiler, cousin of the bridegroom, of Farnam was the ringbearer and Adam Earnest, cousin of the bride, of Benkelman was the junior bridegroom. They each wore long tailed tuxedos. The candlelighter was Elizabeth Earnest, cousin of the bride, of Benkelman. She wore a navy blue, floor-length gown.

The mothers of the bride and bridegroom lit the unity tapers at the beginning of the ceremony. They both wore navy blue dresses.

Ushers were Lance Lewis of Curtis, Gregg Boiler of Farnam, Barry Brush of McCook and Aaron Reiman of Beatrice.

Marie Coffey provided piano and organ pieces and Kerri Linger was the soloist.

A reception and dance followed the ceremony at the Hitchcock County Ag Complex in Culbertson. A sit down dinner was served with entertainment provided.

The couple honeymooned in Nashville, Tenn.

They are making their home in McCook while attending McCook Community College.
 
Larsen, Courtney (I2774)
 
233 Lilly Katherine Lindstrom

#May 14, 1920 - Aug. 29, 2004

#Lilly Katherine Lindstrom of Dallas, formerly of Salem, died on Aug. 29 in Dallas. She was 84.
https://www.geni.com/people/Lilly-Allen/6000000041374658550

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/heralddemocrat/obituary.aspx?n=deborah-ann-george&pid=112558636

#She was born to William Raymond and Nina Miller Allen in Twin Lake, N.D.

#She married Harold Lindstrom Sr., on July 18, 1979 and they lived in Salem. She met Harold at the Department of Corrections where she was a file clerk. At one time she had been a Kirby vacuum salesperson.

#She was a certified nutritionist and grew her own herbs and vegetables and loved drying and canning them.

#She was a lover of the Goodwill store, garage sales and was a collector of cookbooks. In her younger years she sang on the radio and was hired as a singer with the McGuire Sisters.

#Survivors include her children, Raymond George, Donald George, Dennis George, Beverly Hester and Sandra Nicholson; stepchildren, Jean Sischo, Dorothy Linscheid, Susan Teal, Jan Bennett, Hal Lindstrom Jr., and Steven Lindstrom; and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.

#Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 2 at Belcrest Cemetery in Salem. 
Allen, Lilly Katherine (I2722)
 
234 Lois M. Haines passed away suddenly in her home in Hiawassee, Ga. 6/22/12.Lois was a Guidance Counselor at Manatee High for 25 years and a member of the Palmetto SDA church. She is survived by her husband Walter, two daughters, Sherry of Redlands, Calif. and Linda of Palmetto, Fla. and son and daughter-in-law, Roy and Susan Haines of Springboro Ohio. Services were held in Hiawassee 6/26/12.

The Bradenton Herald, Florida, 12 July 2012 
Nelsen, Lois Marilyn (I3777)
 
235 Loren R. Jorgensen, 87, of North Platte, formerly of Curtis, Nebraska, died October 28, 2015 at Linden Court in North Platte, NE.  
He was born October 30, 1927 in Curtis, NE, son of Jorgen Peter and Anna (Jepsen) Jorgensen.  Loren graduated from UNSA in Curtis in 1945.  
Loren lived at Curtis until he went into the Army.  He was stationed in Japan during his service.  He married Lorraine Stohlmann on October 4, 1952 at Van Nuys, CA. They lived in North Hollywood until 1954 when they returned to Curtis with their son Michael. Children Bill and Sue were born after the return to Curtis.  Loren was a farmer and carpenter for many years.  In 2011, they moved to Linden Court in North Platte. He was a member of the VFW and American Legion.  He enjoyed playing Pinochle and Pitch, reading Louis L?Amour Books and other Western books.  He especially loved going down each morning for coffee with his friends where they played the ?number? game. 
Survivors include two sons, Mike (Julie) Jorgensen of Roca, NE, Bill (Tracey Boren) Jorgensen of Lewellen, NE; daughter, Sue (Tom) Garner of Lincoln, NE; six granddaughters, Lisa Jorgensen, Vicki (Byron) Belding, Sara (Christopher) Vincent, Mary (Fabian) Medina, Lauren Garner, Raenea Jorgensen; two grandsons, Jon (Tiffany) Jorgensen, Brandon (Rachael) Garner; four great-grandsons, Greyson Belding, Evan Belding, Ira Jorgensen, Caellum Vincent; great-granddaughter, Lavona Jorgensen; along with numerous nieces and nephews and extended family and friends. 
Loren was preceded in death by wife of 60 years, Lorraine Jorgensen in 2012; his parents; two brothers Harold and Vern Jorgensen; sister, Erma Taylor.
Visitation will be held at Blase-Wetzel-Strauser Memorial Chapel, Curtis, Nebraska; Sunday, November 1, 2015, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
Funeral Services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church 504 Wallace, Curtis, NE, Monday, November 2, 2015 at 10:30 am with Rev. Derrick Brown officiating.  
Interment will follow in the Curtis Cemetery, Curtis, Nebraska. 
Jorgensen, Loren Rasmus (I362)
 
236 Lorraine Regina Jorgensen, 83, of North Platte formerly of Curtis, NE, died December 21, 2012 at Linden Court in North Platte.

Lorraine was born on August 31, 1929 in St. Louis, MO to William and Mary "Mame" (Oetzel) Stohlmann. At the age of 14 she moved with her family to Los Angles, CA. She attended high school at North Hollywood High School graduating in 1946.

On October 4, 1952 Lorraine married Loren R. Jorgensen at Burbank, CA. To this union three children were born: Mike, Bill and Sue. In 1954 the couple moved to Curtis were they spend the next 56 years. In 2010 they moved to Linden Court in North Platte.

Lorraine worked various clerical /accounting jobs for KN Energy, Curtis Medical Clinic and the Frontier County Court House.

Lorraine was a member of a bridge club, enjoyed playing pinnocle and involved in the Curtis Easter Pageant for many years. She enjoyed watching cardinal birds and was also a big St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan. Lorraine enjoyed playing cards and would always want to play "just one more hand". She also enjoyed bingo and singing.

She is survived by her loving husband of 60 years Loren R. Jorgensen of North Platte, NE; two sons Mike (Julie) Jorgensen of Lincoln, NE; and Bill (Tracey) Jorgensen of Lewellen, NE; one daughter Sue (Tom) Garner of Lincoln, NE; seven grandchildren: Lisa (Nick) Jorgensen-Hurm, Vicki (Bryon) Belding, Jon (Tiffany) Jorgensen, Sara (Christopher) Vincent, Mary Jorgensen, Brandon (Rachael) Garner and Lauren Garner; three great-grandchildren: Greyson and Evan Belding and Ira Jorgensen; one sister Bernice (Jack) Theiss of Myrtle Creek, OR; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Lorraine was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers William "Bud" Stohlmann and Norbert "Shorty" Stohlmann.

Services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church, 504 Wallace, Curtis, NE; December 27, 2012 at 10:30 am with Rev. Derrick Brown officiating.

Interment will follow in the Curtis Cemetery, Curtis, Nebraska.

Blase-Wetzel-Strauser Memorial Chapel of Curtis is in
charge of the arrangements 
Stohlmann, Lorraine Regina (I3792)
 
237 Lærer Hansen, Peter Nissen (I4554)
 
238 Lærer Tønder, Georg Carl (I4412)
 
239 Lærer Tønder, Arthur (I4415)
 
240 Mable Nelsen, 92, Bradenton, died April 2, 1997.

She was born April 4, 1904, in Cumberland, England, and came to Bradenton 24 years ago from Wooster, Ohio. She was a retired registered nurse. She was a member of Palmetto's Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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

Visitation will be from noon to 1 p.m. Monday at Toale Brothers Funeral Home, South chapel. Services will follow visitation at 1 p.m.

Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 5 Apr 1997 
Davies, Mabel (I3776)
 
241 Maren Jensine Jensen (1901-1980), født i Boddum. Hun blev gift i 1923 i Ydby kirke med Albert Marius Thomsen (1898-1975), født i Vestervig. De boede i Ydby og er begge begravet der. Blandt deres børn er: Carl Nikolaj Bonne Thomsen (1924-); Peter Bonne Thomsen (1926-1984), som blev gift i 1955 i Bedsted kirke med Ellen Marie Nør Nielsen (1931-), født i Hurup; Anna Kathrine Bonne Thomsen (1930-), som blev gift i 1955 med Christian Engmark Christensen (1922-), født i Vestervig men bosiddende i Roskilde. Thomsen, Albert Marius (I2320)
 
242 Maren Jensine Jensen (1901-1980), født i Boddum. Hun blev gift i 1923 i Ydby kirke med Albert Marius Thomsen (1898-1975), født i Vestervig. De boede i Ydby og er begge begravet der. Blandt deres børn er: Carl Nikolaj Bonne Thomsen (1924-); Peter Bonne Thomsen (1926-1984), som blev gift i 1955 i Bedsted kirke med Ellen Marie Nør Nielsen (1931-), født i Hurup; Anna Kathrine Bonne Thomsen (1930-), som blev gift i 1955 med Christian Engmark Christensen (1922-), født i Vestervig men bosiddende i Roskilde. Andersen, Maren Jensine (I4075)
 
243 Maren Jensine Jensen (1901-1980), født i Boddum. Hun blev gift i 1923 i Ydby kirke med Albert Marius Thomsen (1898-1975), født i Vestervig. De boede i Ydby og er begge begravet der. Blandt deres børn er: Carl Nikolaj Bonne Thomsen (1924-); Peter Bonne Thomsen (1926-1984), som blev gift i 1955 i Bedsted kirke med Ellen Marie Nør Nielsen (1931-), født i Hurup; Anna Kathrine Bonne Thomsen (1930-), som blev gift i 1955 med Christian Engmark Christensen (1922-), født i Vestervig men bosiddende i Roskilde. Thomsen, Carl Nikolaj Bonne (I4076)
 
244 Maren Jensine Jensen (1901-1980), født i Boddum. Hun blev gift i 1923 i Ydby kirke med Albert Marius Thomsen (1898-1975), født i Vestervig. De boede i Ydby og er begge begravet der. Blandt deres børn er: Carl Nikolaj Bonne Thomsen (1924-); Peter Bonne Thomsen (1926-1984), som blev gift i 1955 i Bedsted kirke med Ellen Marie Nør Nielsen (1931-), født i Hurup; Anna Kathrine Bonne Thomsen (1930-), som blev gift i 1955 med Christian Engmark Christensen (1922-), født i Vestervig men bosiddende i Roskilde. Thomsen, Peter Bonne (I4077)
 
245 Margaret " Marge" Baker
(November 10, 1914 - July 30, 2013)

BAKER, Margaret "Marge" 98, of Roswell, Ga. formerly of Hasbrouck Heights passed away on Tuesday July 30, 2013. Marge was born in Carlstadt and worked as a real estate agent. She was a beloved mother with a loving, caring and nurturing spirit; she walked with the Lord. Marge was a former member of the First Reformed Church in Hasbrouck Heights where she was a soloist. Mrs. Baker was preceded in death by her dear husband Wilfred Baker (a former Chief of the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department.). Survivors include her daughter; Doranne "Randy" Satterlee (Tom), her son; Bill Baker (Eileen Rogers) and her daughter; Peggy Guenzel (Rudy). Her grandchildren; Megan and Lauren Satterlee, Richard J. Baker, Douglas and Kristen Guenzel and her beloved great grandchildren, her many nieces and nephews and her very special friends. Funeral Service at Costa Memorial Home Boulevard and Central Ave. Hasbrouck Heights on Saturday August 3, 2013 at 9:30 AM. Interment following at George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. Visitation Friday 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Smile Train or to the American Red Cross in memory of Margaret Baker would be appreciated.
 
Frey, Margaret Josephine (I2126)
 
246 Margery M. Lehman, 80, of North Platte, died April 29, 2006, at Great Plains Regional Medical Center. She was born Jan. 13, 1926, to Carl W. and Sigrid M. Jepsen Nelsen in Curtis. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nebraska School of Agriculture in Curtis and received her teaching certificate and taught in several rural schools, including schools in Lincoln County. She was principal at both the North Platte Opportunity Center and the Educational Service Unit 16. In October 1943, she was united in marriage to William H. Lehman. Mrs. Lehman was a member of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church and also several professional organizations. Survivors include her son, Michael C. Lehman of North Platte; a sister, Helen A. Ewald of Curtis; four nieces Karen (Jerry) Lehman, Ann (Patrick) Hagen, Jo Ellen (Rod) Jurgens, and Mary K. (Dennis) Peterson; and a nephew, Lynn A. (Patty) Ewald. She was preceded in death by her husband; a son, Mark Carl; a nephew, Bill Ewald; a brother-in-law, James Ewald; and a brother and sister-in-law, James and Dorothy Andersen. A memorial has been established. Online condolences maybe shared at www.carpentermemorial.com. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, at the Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church with the Rev. Robert Deardorff officiating. Burial will be in Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell. Visitation will be from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Carpenter Memorial Chapel in North Platte.  Nelsen, Marjorie M (I386)
 
247 Mary Louise Schoeberlein
Catonsville Times (MD)
20 February 2008 (Wednesday)

Mary Louise (Kendrick Steinbock) Schoeberlein died in her sleep in her Catonsville home on Feb. 2, 2008. She was 90.

One of six children, Mrs. Schoeberlein was born in Mobile, Ala., on July 10, 1917, to Richards Kendrick and Evelyn Bartee.

During World War II, she worked at Union Memorial Hospital as a Red Cross nurse's aide. Later in her life, Mrs. Schoeberlein was an accountant. She lived in Catonsville for more than 50 years and was extremely active in the community. Mrs. Schoeberlein served on local, county and state PTA boards.

As a Cub Scout den mother, she once took 12 boys on a three-day trip to New York, which she considered the highlight of her Scouting career. Mrs. Schoeberlein led her den in numerous Fourth of July parades and chaired the father-son banquet three times. In addition to leading a Girl Scout troop, she volunteered as district chairwoman and organized the first cookie sale for the West District.

For many years, Mrs. Schoeberlein served as treasurer for the Catonsville Woman's Club, chaired many committees and assisted in the Swap Shop. She volunteered at Deaton Medical Center and at the Maryland Science Center. Mrs. Schoeberlein, a longtime member of Christ Lutheran Church, oversaw several mother-daughter banquets, once made 60 children's choir and 30 acolyte robes, helped on area and district Lutheran Church Women boards and was secretary to the state board.

Mrs. Schoeberlein also enjoyed traveling and made several trips abroad, sometimes accompanied by her grandsons.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Charles Steinbock Jr. and William Schoeberlein.

Surviving relatives include C. Richards Steinbock of Annapolis, her son; daughters Karen Nedzel with spouse Michael of Rolling Meadows, Ill., and Joanne Schoeberlein of Westminster; grandsons Andrew and Stephen Nedzel of Chicago and Benjamin Steinbock with Esther of Washington.

On Feb. 9, a memorial service was conducted in Our lady of the Angels Chapel at the Charlestown retirement community. A reception followed at the City Lights cafe. A family interment will take place in Loudon Park Cemetery.

Donations in Mrs. Schoeberlein's name may be directed to Christ Lutheran Church, 700 S. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21230 or to a charity of the donor's choice. 
Kendrick, Mary Louise (I3515)
 
248 Matros ved vielsen i 1865 Andersen, Johannes (I4589)
 
249 Matthew Rossen of Prospect Heights Services for Matthew Rossen, 84, formerly of Oak Park and River Forest, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, at Drechsler, Brown & Williams Funeral Home, 203 S. Marion St., Oak Park. Interment will be in Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday, at the funeral home. He was a retired lieutenant commander of the Navy and served in World War II and Korea. He retired after 40 years with Western Electric. He was the beloved husband of the late Jayne (nee O'Brien); loving father of William J. (Lucy) and Stephanie (Ken) Cunefare; devoted grandfather of Catherine and William Rossen and Taylor and Erin Cunefare; and dear brother of Annette (William) Frymark. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Cancer Society or Rainbow Hospice are appreciated. For information, 708- 383-3191.


Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - Wednesday, November 9, 2005  
Rossen, Matthew (I1476)
 
250 McCook Daily Gazette - McCook, NE - December 28, 2007

CURTIS, NE. -- Vern Pete Jorgensen, 83, died Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2007, at Hillcrest Nursing Home in McCook, Nebraska.

He was born on March 15, 1924, to JP "Pete" and Anna Elsie (Jepsen) Jorgensen in Lincoln County, Nebraska.

He grew up in Lincoln County and attended school at Denmark School there. He also attended school at Liberty School and NSA.

He married Darlene Thayer in 1951 in McCook, Nebraska, and farmed south of Curtis for many years.

He drove the school bus for 20 years and served as a night police officer in Curtis, NE, from 1967 to 1970.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Connie Jacobs; and sister-in-law, Margaret Jorgensen.

Survivors include his daughter Linda Snyder (lee) of McCook, NE; a son-in-law, Rick Jacobs (Lois) of Lincoln, NE; two brothers, Harold Jorgensen, and Loren Jorgensen and wife, Lorraine all of Curtis, NE; one sister, Erma Taylor of Casper, WY; three grandchildren; and one great grandson.

Funeral services will be at St. John's Lutheran Church in Curtis, Nebraska, with the Rev. Paul Warneke officiating. Burial will be at the Curtis Cemetery.

Memorials are suggested to the St. John's Lutheran Church, PO Box 64, Curtis, Nebraska.
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Jorgensen, Vern Pete (I3802)
 

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