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3551 Two girls. RUSH, Lillie Eva (I5866)
 
3552 Two latter children now living at Union City, TN. There were possible two other children, not living, one by each marriage, James and Samuel (?). TALLEY, Ernestine (I6688)
 
3553 Two other girls and one boy died in infancy. Family F92
 
3554 TX 30th Cav Co. E. PYEATT, John Henry (I8687)
 
3555 U.S. Air Force Veteran. FARMER, Leonard Hughie (I21870)
 
3556 U.S. Navy - World War II & Korean War. GASS, Charles A. (I21831)
 
3557 unnamed twin of Sadie. HASTAIN, infant twin (I9747)
 
3558 US Army Air Corps WWII - died in service, airplane accident. TILLMAN, Lieut. Lindsay L. (I9481)
 
3559 US ARMY PFC WORLD WAR II KNOLL, William W. (I17881)
 
3560 Usually a second child with the same name indicates that the first has died. WOLZ, Rose Johanna (I3702)
 
3561 VAN G.9 COE (James Herbert8, Judge Charles Benjamin7, Thomas Jefferson6, Isaiah5,John4,Timothy3, Timothy, Timothy1) was born December 6, 1921, in Jackson County, AR. A member of the US Navy during WW II, he was stationed at Clinton Sherman Air Base, Burris Flat, OK, and later in California, Memphis, TN, and Jacksonville, FL. After the war he settled at Clinton, OK, and later moved to Carter, OK. In 1959 he was living at 3720 Cooley Drive, Lansing, MI, and later moved to Austin, TX, and then to Dallas. He was manager of men's clothing stores in all three cities. He lived at 207 Texas Street, Hot Springs, AR. He died November 27, 2003.

He married (1) December 26, 1943, in Elk City, OK, Nannie Lou Evans, born February 18, 1922, at Olustee, OK, daughter of John Barton and Eula Evans; (2) March 11, 1948, in Dallas, TX, Peggy L. Phillips. An employee of the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture in Sayre, OK, when she met Mr. Coe, Nannie Evans quit her job after marriage and moved to Elk City, OK. After being divorced, she returned to work for the Department of Agriculture at Carter, OK. She married (2) H. W. Sanders. Retired since 1977, she lives at Sayre, OK. 
COE, Van G. (I16634)
 
3562 Vernon Clifford White, 92, of Chamois died Wednesday, May 11, 2011 at Autumn Meadows in Linn. He was born June 2, 1918 in New Florence, a son of Floyd and Adah (Hensley) White. He was married on June 15, 1968 at the Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Chamois to Alice Boss, who preceded him in death in 2006.

Vernon served in the United States Army during World War II as a training instructor. Upon his return home, he worked for Standard Oil Company in Chamois and later for the REA co-op in Chamois until his retirement.

Survivors include one brother, Rex White and wife Dora of Chamois, and numerous nieces and nephews.
 
WHITE, Vernon Clifford (I20330)
 
3563 Veteran of WW I, Sergeant, U.S. Army KNOLL, John G. (I17879)
 
3564 Victoria became involved with a a Prussian soldier who worked for the Kaiser as a boot maker. They did not marry. (Another version: "One day, a soldier passing through her native town raped her". Hermann record gathered by parish priest) She subsequently went to Heidelberg where Carl was born. She came abord a ship with her son Carl, his wife Monica Steppe, and three small children, arriving in the US on 25 August, 1880. They were steerage passengers with the Manifest ID #80083 from Germany. They left from a port in France.
She was a tall, lanky, strong woman. Victoria lived with her son Carl and Monica and helped raise the 14 children.
In her later years she lived a short time with Charles and Marie Baumstark, but it was discovered that she had tuberculosis and because Charles and Marie had just had their first child, it was thought not to be a good idea to have her living with them. She subsequently went to St. Louis, to live with the Little Sister of the Poor where she died in 1906. She probably had ties with the sisters since she had lived in St. Louis when the family first came to the US. She had previously fallen on the ice and broken her arm when she was going to church to tell the nuns what songs to play at her funeral, but no one realized it until she was in St. Louis. She was laid out at Joseph Emil Baumstark's home in the parlor in a black coffin. She wore a black dress with a white collar. 
BAUMSTARK, Victoria (I189)
 
3565 Vincent was born about 1829 in TN and joined the Masonic Lodge in Bolivar, TN in 1850. A 1850 census for him has not been found. He married Virginia A. Wilson (daughter of Dr. Hugh Wilson). Vincent lived in Colorado Co., TX in 1860 near his sister Mary. He and his wife had two of his sisters, Jane and Adaline, living with them in 1860 along with two of his own children. He had $7,310 in personal property. In 1870 they had two more children John and Sadie (Sallie). He had $4,500 in real estate and $ 1,000 in personal property. They had one more child in 1871. In the 1880 census Carrie had married and had two children, she was also taking care of her three younger siblings that were listed as orphans. This shows Vincent and Virginia died sometime between 1871 and 1880. John, Vincents father, left the five children an inheritance when he died in 1881. A great granddaughter (Katheryn CLAPP Orr) has a spool table and it is engraved with “ made by Tom Donad for Vincent & Virginia Allen 1853. She believes this is a wedding gift
The following by John Walter Allen. “Vincent Allen went to Texas when he was a young chap with his sister Mary, and married a Miss Wilson near Alleytown, in Colorado County, and raised a family. One son, Gussie, the oldest, lives in Montana and Mrs. Traylor and Mrs. Leeds live at Wharton, Texas. Miss Pearl Leeds, one of the daughters, is quite a prominent school teacher in that section.” 
ALLEN, Vincent (I13250)
 
3566 Vincent Allen 31 male farmer $0/$731 0 b. TN
Virginia A. Allen 25 Female b. VA
A.R. Allen 6 male b. TX
Caroline A llen 3 female b. TX
J.W. Allen 21 Female b. TN
A.E. Allen 18 Female b. TN 
ALLEN, Vincent (I13250)
 
3567 Virgil was born to James Lee and Elizabeth (McMeekin) Fewell. He joined the U.S. Navy when he was 17 years old and spent 16 years stationed in California. After he was discharged he moved back to Gatesville. He was preceded in death by his parents.Survivors include his sister, Syble Davidson Truss, of Mound; and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Gatesville Funeral Home, Gatesville, Texas. Published in the Waco Tribune-Herald on 3/5/2007. FEWELL, Virgil (I5331)
 
3568 Virginia Lou "Pert" Highfil, 91, of Marion, died March 13, 2005 at Livingston Hospital. She was the oldest, active member of Mexico Baptist Church.
Survivors include a daughter, Linda Padgett of Marion; two sons, Tommy Highfil and Hugh Highfil, both of Marion; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Cecil Highfil; a daughter, Shari McDaniel; three brothers; and two sisters.
Funeral services were March 15 at Mexico Baptist Church with Rev. Rodney Travis and Rev. Tim Burdon officiating. Burial was in Mexico Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to Mexico Cemetery Fund, c/o Clarence Higgins, 1840 Jackson School Road, Fredonia, KY 42411. 
MARTIN, Virginia Lou (I17253)
 
3569 Volunteered MERRILL, Edward Winebright (I1668)
 
3570 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MEANS, Rev. David Allen (I4)
 
3571 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MEANS, Rev. David Allen (I4)
 
3572 W. R. Walton and brother, William. H. Walton, are uncles of Edward and Walton Steel. WALTON, W. Rubey (I5715)
 
3573 W. T. Goss was a successful merchant in Nevada, with branch stores in other towns. GOSS, William T. (I6040)
 
3574 Wallace married, has several children; lives at Los Angeles CA. FEWELL, Wallace (I4380)
 
3575 Wallace operated a tour bus and summer hotel near Chattanooga, TN HARDISON, Wallace E. Sr. (I13670)
 
3576 Walter Bullock 21 Mo. Mo. Mo. draftmans for cith planning com.
Anna M. wife 20 Mo. Mo. Mo. 
BULLOCK, Walter (I16785)
 
3577 Walter L Smith was a railroad employee and passed away at age 61 from complications of cancer. STRAIGHT, Walter Leslie (I21754)
 
3578 Walter never married. THULI, Walter (I21033)
 
3579 Walter retired from the USAFas a Col. He is now a lawyer in Abilene, TX. MORTON, Walter Pinckney (I13687)
 
3580 WALTER WILLIAM8 COE (Judge Charles Benjamin7 (71), Thomas Jefferson6, Isaiah5, John4, Timothy3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born October 24, 1892, at Tuckerman, AR. First at Tuckerman, where he lived on Holt Avenue, and then at the Newport, AR, Air Force base, he was in the grocery business for a total of 47 years. A fisherman and hunter who loved both basketball and baseball, he was active in politics and civic matters and was a member of the Methodist Church. He died July 15, 1964, at Newport. Burial was at Gracelawn Cemetery.

He married January 26, 1917, at Tuckerman, AR, Ruth Bliss, born June 6, 1898, died May 15, 1988, at Tuckerman. 
COE, Walter William (I3678)
 
3581 Walton Steel, brother of Ed. Steel, who married Lee Wall. STEEL, Walton (I5631)
 
3582 Wanda was born July 3, 1925 on a farm near Warsaw Mo. now known as the Hilti Quarries. She attended Warsaw High School, and CMSU in Warrensburg Mo. where she received her teacher's certificate. While there she met and married Efton L. Means. Both taught school in the Warsaw area before moving to KC. Three children were born to this union. G. Robb Means, Tamara A. Johnson, and Kimber L. Means.

Survivors include her daughters, Tamara A. Johnson(Claude) of Independence Mo. Kimber L. Means of Sapulpa OK. daughter in law, Margery Means of Plymouth Mtg. PA. eight special grandchildren, Justin Johnson (Jessie) Michael Johnson(Meagan) James Fowler(Tammy) Steven Fowler(Jennifer) Jackie Means, Samuel Meals, Natalie Means, Truman Means, ten special great grandchildren, Ashley, Tyler, Vincent, Ireland, Taylor, Lindsey, Shane, Keagan, D.J. Braxten, and her beloved four legged companion Sally.

She was preceded in death by her husband Efton L. Means, son, Robb Means, and infant grandchild, Sara Margaret Means and her four legged companions, Hilde, Tilly and ME.
 
ROBB, Wanda (I22177)
 
3583 Ward 3 MEANS, Dona Mae (I13158)
 
3584 Ward 3 MEANS, William H. (I14001)
 
3585 Ward 4 MEANS, Samuel Allison (I72)
 
3586 Was 43 years of age when she married Dr. Thornton, refusing many previous offers of marriage. No issue. FEWELL, Elizabeth Gentry (I3380)
 
3587 Was a police officer; killed in the line of duty during a robbery in Cushing, OK. WEST, William Albert (I1744)
 
3588 Was a soldier in the War of 1812, came to Missouri in 1838 CARPENTER, Wilson D. (I5541)
 
3589 Was elected without opponent by 69 electoral votes. Was in office from 1789 to 1797 (two terms). His vice-president was his successor John Adams.
Refused to run for a third term and - thereby - unofficially instituted the
2-term rule for american presidents, the only exception being Franklin Delano Roosevelt 
WASHINGTON, President George Augustine (I9131)
 
3590 Was first sheriff of Lewis County and was Justice of the Peace for 40 years.

 
REGER, Philip (I8250)
 
3591 was in Mississippi. REYNOLDS, George Alfred Jr. (I6676)
 
3592 Was in the Navy and stationed abord the USS Pringle, which sank near Okinawa. He was one of the survivors. TAYLOR, Albert Matthew (I18974)
 
3593 Was killed by a captured horse thief. NICHOLS, James Mortimer (I9919)
 
3594 Was known as a very kind woman. FRANKEN, Veronica Maria (I18752)
 
3595 Was radio operator for Army Corp of Engineers Gasconade Boat Yard. He lived in Morrison but died at the Beverly Health & Rehab center in Jeff City. Also worked for Mo. Pacific RR and Railway Express in St. Louis. BIRK, Alphonse Emil (I4087)
 
3596 Washington Missourian, Washington, Franklin Co, Missouri, 24 Oct 2001

Theodore A. "Ted" Noelke, 92, Washington, died Thursday, October 11, 2001, at Grandview Healthcare Center, Washington.

He was born February 19, 1909, at Washington, the son of Henry Noelke and wife Rose, nee Gerritsen. On September 1, 1937, Mr. Noelke was united in marriage to Olivia Lamke at St. Gertrude's Church, Krakow. He was a member of St. Francis Borgia Church, Knights of Columbus, WCU, Zero Beaters Amateur Radio Club, the Nocturnal Adoration Society, Secular Franciscans, and Franklin County Wildlife Club. Mr. Noelke was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Harry Noelke, Leonard Noelke and Anthony Noelke; and one granddaughter, Christine Hilke. He is survived by his wife, Olivia Noelke, Washington; one son, Richard Noelke and wife Patricia, Washington; three daughters, Anna Rose Calvin and husband Donald, Mary Jane Hilke and husband Wilbert, and Kathleen Baker and husband Donald, all of Washington; three brothers, Cyril Noelke and wife Angela and Alfred Noelke and wife Doris, all of Washington, and Maurice Noelke and wife Theresa, Hermann; two sisters, Sister Rose, Decatur, Illinois, and Rosemary Sowinski and husband James, Fort Pierce, Florida; one sister-in-law, Leona Noelke, Washington; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; other relatives and many friends. 
NOELKE, Theodore Anthony (I19860)
 
3597 Wayne Hurt stayed in Missouri and farmed with his dad. Wayne married, and had two children. Doris Fay and Wayne. Their families have not shared their histories despite my best efforts. Wayne became an alcoholic, and went to Jail for stabbing someone. While he was in Jail, his wife divorced him, and took the kids to Tacoma, WA. When Homer got out, he went there to see them, and they refused. He came back to Dallas and lived there till his death.
Steve Cunningham 
HURT, Wayne (I22014)
 
3598 Wedding write up; 15 May 1919
One of the prettiest and most impressive home weddings that has ever occurred here (Elkin) was solemnized on Thursday evening of last week, at 8:30 o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ball, on West Main street, when their daughter, MissMinnie Ball, became the bride of Lieutenant R. F. Joyce, of Stoneville.. In the north parlor of the home, where the wedding vows were assumed, a lovely setting of pink and white had been effected. On either side of the improvised altar, tallpedestals held graceful baskets of exquisite white killarney roses, while myraids of delicately shaped candles cast a soft radiance over the scene. Immediately preceeding the cermony, Miss Inez Billings of Winston-Salem, sang very sweetly, "ILove Yoy Truely." With Miss Lura Kirkman, niece of the bride, at the piano, as the first notes of the familiar bridal chorus from Lohengrin were heard, Rev. C. W. Robinson, pastor of the Presbyterian church, took his place at the altar. Thegroom, attended by the best man Mr. Ben Jones, of Leaksville, met his bride who entered the the room with her maid of honor Miss Jeanette Ball. The bride was never so beautiful as in her brideal costume of white embroidered georgette and satinand her filmy veil, caught with sprays of lily-of-the-valley. She carried an exqusite bouquet of brides' roses showered with lily-of-the-valley. The maid of honor wore a lovely gown of pink georgette and carried a beautiful bouquet of pinkMaryland roses. During the impressive ceremony Miss Kirkman played very softly, "To a Wild Rose." Mendellsohn's Wedding March was used as a ressionial. Following the ceremony and congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Joyce left by automobile forWinston-Salem, from which place they went to the home of the groom at Stoneville.
Although no formal invitations were issued to the wedding, the bride recieved many handsome gifts of silverware, cut glass, linens, etc., from her countless friends. Mrs. Joyce is one of Elkin's most beautiful and lovely young women,Possessing a charming personality, combined with a sweet disposition and strong qualities of true womenhood, she has won the love and admiration of a host of friends who wish her all possible happiness. The groom is a young man of sterlingcharacter, and has held a responsible position with a prominent tobacco firm here prior to his enlistment for military service. Friends of the bride and groom are pleased to know that they will return to Elkin to reside within a period of afew months. 
BALL, Arminda Fisher (I15818)
 
3599 Week of Mar 16, 1899, Cassville Republican - Weekly Paper, Cassville, Barry Co., MO. Cassville Republican, New Site News: Miss Minnie Wormington, age 21, daughter of Robert Wormington of Stone's Prairie died. The Callaway Funeral Home Records read that Miss Minnie Wormington, died at age 21 years, on the 14 Mar, 1899. Her father was Bob Wormington of Stone's Prairie.
Died at the home of her parents, near Purdy, March 18, Miss Minnie Wormington., Deceased was a young lady well beloved by, all who knew her. The morning family have the sympathy of many friends. Minnie had been sick for some time and we hope our loss will be her eternal gain. 
WORMINGTON, Minnie (I2490)
 
3600 Wehrsten, Alverda Mae (nee Giesing), of Kirkwood, MO, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Thurs., Nov. 22, 2007. Cherished daughter of the late Walter and Pearl Giesing of Chamois, MO; beloved wife of the late Peter Wehrsten; loving mother of Wayne (Delores) Wehrsten, Cheryl (Robert) Underhill, Kurt (Laura) Wehrsten and the late Glen Wehrsten; dear sister of Betty Ellis, Kathleen Suess and the late Louise Giesing and Ruth Theissen; loving grandmother of seven, great grandmother of four, sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt and dear friend to many. 'Al' will be missed by all who loved her.Services: Funeral Tues., 9:30 a.m. from BOPP CHAPEL, 10610 Manchester Rd. (Kirkwood) to St. Peter Catholic Church, 243 W. Argonne (Kirkwood) for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Forever Oak Hill Cemetery.

 
GIESING, Alverta Maria (I20171)
 

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