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51 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)
 
52 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)
 
53 Bonde

Dödsorsak: Nervfeber, också kallad tyfoidfeber 
Olsson, Anders (I3105)
 
54 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)
 
55 Bor 1960 i:

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

Mantalsskriven: Sankt Göran, Stockholms stad
Adress: Industrig.16 II 1815/10, Stockholm
Inflyttad 1947 från Södertälje 
Andersson, Ingrid Maria (I2912)
 
57 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland
Bor i 1960 i Rothult Brevl 534, Lakene 
Västlund, Gunnel (I2791)
 
58 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Berg, Adina Teresia (I2795)
 
59 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Västlund, Otto Bertil Emanuel (I2794)
 
60 Bor i 1950 i Rothult, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Västlund, Gösta Bertil (I2820)
 
61 Bor i 1950: Brevl 546 Hagälvssätern, Hagfors, Värmlands Län
Bor i 1960: Brevl 546 Ösbäcksv 2, Hagfors 
Gustavsson, Anna Olivia (I2793)
 
62 Bor i 1950: Brevl 546 Hagälvssätern, Hagfors, Värmlands Län
Bor i 1960: Brevl 546 Ösbäcksv 2, Hagfors 
Johansson, Karl Valfrid (I2792)
 
63 Bor i 1960 i Rothult Brevl 534, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Johansson, Erling Stig John (I2790)
 
64 Bor i 1960 i Rothult Brevl 534, Lakene, Norra Råda, Värmland Johansson, Sölvie Gunnel (I2777)
 
65 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)
 
66 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)
 
67 Bosat 1950 i Bovallen, Sätrabrunn, Västmanlands Län Eriksson, Selma Olivia (I2309)
 
68 Børn: 6 levende og 1 død ved FT i 1930 Lorenzen, Petrea (I2507)
 
69 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)
 
70 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)
 
71 Cause of death/dødsårsag:
"The Spanish Flu" - Den Spanske Syge 
Thygesen, Marinus (I4949)
 
72 Cause of death/dødsårsag: Typhus Christensen, Anna Christine (I1090)
 
73 Cause of Death: Childhood cancer, Rhabdoid tumor Holm, Erica Lynn (I3422)
 
74 Cause of death: Difteritis Rossen, Christian Hansen (I1614)
 
75 Chauffør Johansen, Aksel Thomas (I138)
 
76 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)
 
77 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.
(MillieBelle 
Holm, Inez Luella (I3364)
 
78 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)
 
79 Cigarmager, Zigarrenfabrikant Quitzau, Hans Heinrich Dethlefsen (I3671)
 
80 Civilt erhverv: Knecht. Ugift. Dødsdato ifølge DBR.
Død også indført i Løgumkloster KB på liste over faldne sognebørn. Efterfølgende oplysninger ifølge ansøgning i Invalidenævnets Efterladtesager, sag E-02015, der er en ansøgning om forældrerente til moderen, enke Mette Cathrine Quitzau født Holm, enke efter Mads Hansen Quitzau: Indkaldt 12-10-1915. Moderen døde 1930 i Visby sogn, men blev begravet på Brøns kirkegård.
 
Quitzau, Samuel Nicolai (I2771)
 
81 Cornelia M. McHale, 62, of 353 S. Hague Ave., Columbus, was killed about 3 p.m. yesterday when a car driven by her daughter collided with a dump truck just west of here, Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight E. Radcliff said.

McHale's daughter, Linda Scott, 36, of 1746 Rivermont Rd., Columbus, was in poor condition yesterday in Grant Medical Center in Columbus with fractured ribs and possible other internal injuries, Radcliff said.

Scott was northbound on Rt. 104 when she pulled into the path of a dump truck driven west on Rt. 22 by Randy E. Carroll, 34, of Chillicothe, the sheriff said.

Carroll was treated for bruises in Berger Hospital in Circleville.

The Columbus Dispatcher, 15 Mar 1988 
Hall, Cornelia Maxine (I289)
 
82 Country School teacher, nickname: Dolly or Dollie Hanson, Lillie Julia (I2415)
 
83 Craige Granniss Holm, age 85, of Needmore, PA, formerly of Damascus, MD, passed away October 14, 2012, peacefully at his home with his family by his side . He was born November 30, 1926 in Washington, DC, the son of the late Joseph and Alva Holm.

In 1954 he married his loving wife, Willajean Wolf Holm who survives him. He is also survived by his son Joseph of Needmore, his daughter Wendy and her husband Rex Akers Sr. of Needmore, his brother Ted Holm and wife Bea of Williamsburg, Va, his sister Phyliss and her husband John of Midlothian, VA, His grandchildren, Daniel Akers, Shenan Moorman, Clayton Moorman and his wife Jennifer of Damascus, MD., Marshall (Mickie) Holm of Winchester, VA and Krista Holm of Coinjock, NC and six great grandchildren (Craige, Kyle and Taylor Weaver and Kahlei, Kami and Joey Moorman) and several nieces and nephews and his beloved malamute Bandit. Craige was preceded in death by his oldest son Jeri Lee Holm.

He was a graduate of American University in Washington D.C. with a degree in geology. He was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi. He worked for the Burea of Mines, the U.S. Park Police and also for the CIA as a Foreign Service Agent and retired from the U.S. Department of the State after 35 years of service. He serviced in the United States Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theatre. He also served in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He traveled extensively through out the United States and overseas serving our country.

He and his wife Willajean enjoyed many wonderful trips with special friends Barney and Lou Strutton of Eden, NC. Craige was a lifelong member of the Masonic Order, Fraternal Order of Police, Chiefs of Police, American Legion-China Post #1 and the Lions Club in Miliani, Hawaii and Damascus, MD.

He enjoyed geology trips and rock hunting with his children, reading, travel, collecting Hawaiian and country music records, Elton Britt was a personal friend and favorite musician. He had many antique cars and enjoyed attending car shows, auctions, sales and flea marketing, but, most of all his grandchildren and great grandchildren were his everything.

A memorial service is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 2:00 with a visitation from 1:00-2:00. Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home, 322 North Second Street, McConnellsburg, PA will be handling the arrangements. 
  
Holm, Craige Granniss (I3396)
 
84 Dale Stanley Klaessy
Born in Renwick, Iowa
Departed on Sep. 9, 2012 and resided in Parkers Prairie, MN.
Visitation: Saturday, Sep. 22, 2012
09:00 am
Memorial Service: Saturday, Sep. 22, 2012
10:00 am
Cemetery: Rindal Cemetery

Commander U. S. Navy (Retired) Dale Stanley Klaessy died Sunday September 9th, 2012 at St Williams Living Center in Parkers Prairie, Minnesota.

He was born to Samuel and Signed (Holm) Klaessy in January 1922 in Renwick, Iowa. He was raised on the family farm with his three siblings. At age thirteen, the family moved to Spencer, Iowa where he graduated from high school. He then attended and graduated from Northwestern College. He became a member of the school's chorale club and was the second bass in their gospel quartet. It was while giving concerts in Ottertail County, Minnesota that he met his future wife, Ione Jewel Aune, the sister of Vernon, also a member of the quartet. Dale and Ione were married in Pasco, Washington on June 15th 1945. They were blessed with three children, Sam, Kit, and John.

Following graduation from Northwestern, Dale joined a classmate to work on the annual log drive on the Wind River for the Wyoming Tie and Timber Company of Riverton, Wyoming.

In 1942, he enlisted as an aviation cadet in the U. S. Navy. Following training, he was commissioned an ensign and awarded the Navy golden wings. After torpedo bomber training, he was deployed to the war in the Pacific. During his twenty-five year career as a naval aviator, he participated in the atomic tests at Eniwetok in the Pacific, contributed to developments in airborne electronics, was deployed in the Mediterranean during early Middle East tensions. He had shipboard responsibilities as navigator of the carrier USS Siboney and as Air Boss of the carrier USS Antietam. He finished his naval career as the head of radar and air traffic control at Quonset Point Naval Air Station in Rhode Island.

He earned a Bachelors of Arts from University of Mississippi, a Masters of Education from Bridgewater State College, Massachusetts, graduate studies in guidance and counseling and management science at Moorhead State College. He also attended USC, Brigham Young, and Columbia University.

After retiring from the Navy he was employed at the Fergus Falls State Hospital from October 1968 to April 1984 in the field of mental health. After his retirement Dale continued to serve others from coaching Special Olympics golf to delivering Meals on Wheels.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Ione, his son Samuel, his sister Velva Klaessy, his brother Don Klaessy, sisters-in-law Mary Lou Klaessy, Kathryn Maiolini, Ruth Estes, Helen Aune, Gudren Otto, Charlotte Rhoades, and; his brothers-in-law Lawrence Aune, Charles Estes, Vernon Aune, Herbert Otto, Julian Wold. Irv Dennen, and James Aune.

Dale is survived by his children Kit (Gary) Harriger, John (Kelli) Klaessy, and Shelley Klaessy: grandsons Max (Sara) and Sam Harriger; brother Earl (Verla) Klaessy; brothers-in-law Frank Maiolini, John (Beverly) Aune, Ben Rhoads, and Philip (Joyce) Aune, and; sisters-in-law Mary Wold , and Beverly Dennen: and by many loving nieces and nephews.

Dale lived a full and satisfying life. His joy was his family, his Bible, the beauty of this earth, combat flying, and almost seventy years of golfing.

Memorials will be donated to Camp Joy.

A Memorial Service will be 10 am, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 at the Glende-Nilson Funeral Home in Fergus Falls with Rev. Rod Tornquist officiating.
 
Klaessy, Dale Stanley (I4398)
 
85 Danish Emigration Index:

Navn: Larsen, Anders Stilling: Snedker
Alder: 65 Bestemmelsessted: NY.
Kontrakt nr.: 258500 Forevisningsdato: 20-07-1892
Fødested: ? Fødesogn: ?
Sidste oph.sogn: Hals Sidste oph. amt: Aalborg
Sidste oph.sted: Hals Bestemmelses land: USA
Bestemmelses by: New York City Bestemmelses stat: New York State
Skibsnavn: Thingvalla
IDkode: D9293L1207
 
Larsson, Anders (I2377)
 
86 Danish Immigrant Index

Navn: Nielsen, Hans Tang
Stilling: Murer
Alder: 21
Bestemmelsessted: Minden, Neb.
Kontrakt nr.: 59800
Forevisningsdato: 17-03-1886
Sidste oph.sogn: Sønderhå
Sidste oph. amt: Thisted
Sidste oph.sted: Sønderhaa, Thisted
Bestemmelses land: USA
Bestemmelses by: Minden
Bestemmelses stat: Nebraska
Skibsnavn: Hekla
Bemærkninger: ANM: H. - Hekla (II), da Heimdal stoppede i 1884.
IDkode: D8587N0413 
Nielsen, Hans Tange (I3767)
 
87 Danny M. Jacobs, 55, a Gig Harbor resident since 1979, passed away April 7, 2003. Danny was Owner Operator of Jacobs Construction. Danny was a member of Tacoma Elks and Gig Harbor Eagles. He was an avid bowler, swing dancer and enjoyed fishing. Danny loved nothing more than spending time with his family and cooking tacos for everyone. We will never forget the "Chinese Chicken", the "Claw" and the "Paddle Foot". He was truly the funniest man we have ever known. Jacobs, Danny M (I2765)
 
88 Daryl Snyder, 83, of Grant, passed away Jan. 31, 2015, at his home.
He was born on July 20, 1931, in Ogallala to Faye and Lois Thayer Snyder. He grew up on a farm northwest of Grant until moving into town, where he graduated from Perkins County High School in 1949. During high school, he was the starting quarterback for three years on Ed Haenfler?s football team, which was chosen as the Class C state champion his senior year. Daryl joined the United States Coast Guard in 1951 and served until 1954.

Daryl had moved with his father to Curtis to the Chevrolet garage and later drove a bus for Yellow Diamond Lines out of Hastings.
Daryl was married to Eloise ?Pickle? Snyder in Curtis on March 17, 1957. They returned to Grant, where Daryl ran the Grant Bowling Alley with his father and helped raise his younger brother. He later worked full time for the Farm Service Agency office and sold federal crop insurance. Daryl was a great sports fan and attended nearly every game of the Perkins County Plainsmen. The family was also avid Cornhusker football fans and attended several games a year in Lincoln.

Daryl is survived by his wife, Pickle; three daughters, Lois (Rick) Jacobs, of Lincoln, Deanna (Allen) Aurich, of Sidney, and Jennifer Snyder, of Lincoln; one son, Steve (Michelle) Snyder, of Grant; six grandchildren; one sister, Sharalyn Harr, of Littleton, Colorado; and one brother, Gary (Gail) Snyder, of Liberty, Missouri.
Services will be at 10 a.m. (MT) on Thursday, Feb. 5, at the Grant United Methodist Church with Pastor Nora Mendyk officiating. Friends are encouraged to wear red to the service. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. (CT) at Fort McPherson National Cemetery. Bullock-Long Funeral Home, Grant, is in charge of arrangements.
The North Platte Telegraph, 4 Feb 2015 
Snyder, Daryl Faye (I235)
 
89 Daughter of Civil War Captain Cyrus Webb and Eliza (Cather) webb

Siblings: Euodius "Odie" Webb, Sebastian Cabot "Bash" Webb, Hayward Webb, John Carlyle Webb, Ulysses Sigel Webb, and Antionette June "Jenny" (Webb) Myers  
Hall, Ernest Webb (I47)
 
90 Deltog i 1. verdenskrig, blev krigsinvalid Lorenzen, Jürgen Jessen (I2518)
 
91 Den markante og respekterede Aarhus-arkitekt blev 89 år.

Den århusianske arkitekt Johannes Exner, der gennem et langt arbejdsliv har præget dansk arkitektur, er død. Han blev 89 år.
På vegne af E+N Arkitektur fremsendes hermed mindeord i forbindelse med, at tegnestuens grundlægger, Arkitekt Johannes Exner, er død.
Vi har modtaget følgende mindeord fra E+N Arkitektur, den århusianske arkitektvirksomhed, som Exner grundlagde:
Vi har med sorg modtaget meddelelsen om, at tegnestuens grundlægger Arkitekt Johannes Exner er død, 89 år gammel.
Johannes Exner har præget dansk arkitektur igennem flere generationer. Han satte et fagligt stort aftryk; dels som professor på arkitektskolen igennem en lang årrække, dels via sine mange kirkebyggerier og restaureringsprojekter. Johannes og hustruen Ingers omfattende restaurering og genopbygning af Koldinghus blev præmieret med Europa Nostra prisen og betragtes i dag som et hovedværk i dansk og international restaureringsarkitektur. Som en anerkendelse af Johannes Exners samlede virke modtog han desuden personligt Den danske Europa Nostra Pris i 2011.
På tegnestuen har Johannes Exners utrættelige arbejde med at udvikle projekter med stærke hovedgreb og veludførte detaljer været til stor inspiration for alle, der har arbejdet sammen med ham. Johannes Exner betragtede altid et givent problem som en positiv mulighed for at finde frem til en unik detalje.
Igennem mange år har vi nydt godt af Johannes Exners store viden og analytiske tilgang til arkitektur, hvilket fortsat er en stor kilde til inspiration og udvikling hos E+N Arkitektur.
Vi er hos E+N Arkitektur vemodige over at have mistet tegnestuens grundlægger, men samtidig stolte over at være med til videreføre Johannes Exners faglige arv. Vores tanker går i denne stund til hele familien.
Æret være Johannes Exners minde.
E+N Arkitektur 
Exner, Johannes (I3631)
 
92 Denmark Immigration Index:

Navn: Nielsen, Niels Peter
Stilling: Landarbejder
Alder: 18
Bestemmelsessted: N.Y.
Kontrakt nr.: 215300
Forevisningsdato: 17-05-1905
Fødested: Hassing
Fødesogn: Hassing
Sidste oph.sogn: Bedsted
Sidste oph. amt: Thisted
Sidste oph.sted: Bedsted
Bestemmelses land: USA
Bestemmelses by: New York City
Bestemmelses stat: New York State
Skibsnavn: Oscar II
IDkode: D0405N2503 
Nielsen, Niels Peter (I210)
 
93 Denmark, Emigration Index

Name: Hansen, Hans Occupation: Arbejder
Age: 28 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3613


Name: Hansen, Ane Occupation: Hustru
Age: 30 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3614


Name: Hansen, Hans Occupation: Barn
Age: 00 11/12 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3615
 
Andersen, Ane Lovise (I2379)
 
94 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Hansen, Hans Occupation: Arbejder
Age: 28 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3613


Name: Hansen, Ane Occupation: Hustru
Age: 30 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3614


Name: Hansen, Hans Occupation: Barn
Age: 00 11/12 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3615
 
Hansen, Hans (I2380)
 
95 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Hansen, Hans Occupation: Arbejder
Age: 28 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3613


Name: Hansen, Ane Occupation: Hustru
Age: 30 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3614


Name: Hansen, Hans Occupation: Barn
Age: 00 11/12 Destination: Plainfield, Ia.
Contract no.: 123100 Registration date: 09-04-1887
Last res. parish: Hals Last res. county: Aalborg
Last residence: Hals, Aalborg Destination country: USA
Destination city: Plainfield Destination state: Iowa
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: Geiser. IDcode: D8587H3615
 
Hansen, Hans Christian (I2382)
 
96 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Hede, Andreas Sørensen Occupation: Kommis
Age: 23 Destination: NY.
Contract no.: 258500 Registration date: 14-04-1905
Birth place: Slesvig Birth place: ?
Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: - Amerika
Last residence: Amerika Destination country: USA
Destination city: New York City Destination state: New York State
Name of ship: Indirekte
IDcode: I0506H0715
 
Hede, Andreas Sørensen (I2083)
 
97 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Thomsen, Knud Occupation: Arbejder
Age: 20 Destination: NY.
Contract no.: 104300 Registration date: 09-04-1908
Birth place: Vestervig Birth place: Vestervig
Last res. parish: Hurup Last res. county: Thisted
Last residence: Hurup Destination country: USA
Destination city: New York City Destination state: New York State
Name of ship: Oscar II
Remarks: ANM. Oscar ll. IDcode: D0708T1408
 
Thomsen, Knud Christian (I229)
 
98 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Tønder, Botilder Marie Occupation: Frøken
Age: 21 Destination: Boston
Contract no.: 256600 Registration date: 14-04-1905
Birth place: Skærbæk Birth place: ?
Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
Last residence: Skærbæk Destination country: USA
Destination city: Boston Destination state: Massachusetts
Name of ship: Indirekte
IDcode: I0506T0215
 
Holm, Bothilde Marie (I689)
 
99 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Hove, Karen M.
Occupation: :Tyende (kv. by)
Age: : 21
Destination: : Minden, Neb.
Contract no.: 211000
Registration date: : 21-07-1886
Last res. parish: : Thisted
Last res. county: : Thisted
Last residence: : Thisted
Destination country: : USA
Destination city: : Minden
Destination state: : Nebraska
Name of ship: : Island
Remarks: ANM: Isl.
IDcode: : D8587H2001 
Hove, Karen Marie (I3771)
 
100 Denmark, Emigration Index:

Name: Nielsen, Sören B.
Occupation: Tyende (m/k land)
Age: 21
Destination: Minden, Neb.
Contract no.: 143200
Registration date: 20-07-1885
Last res. parish: Hassing
Last res. county: Thisted
Last residence: Hassing, Thisted
Destination country: USA
Destination city: Minden
Destination state: Nebraska
Name of ship: Geiser
Remarks: ANM: G.
IDcode: D8385N3211 
Nielsen, Søren Bach (I3768)
 

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