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Jessie H Carr Stone

Theodore "Ted" Jones

Child of Barton Bryant

Child of J. M. Cutrell

Thomas Wagner

William L. Winkelman

Claude Clause

William H Zook

Mrs. T. O. Grimes    

Seymore Howe   

Bela Adolphus Welton    

Mrs. Ed.  Thomas    

 






Jessie H. Carr Stone

A funeral service will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m.. at the Champion Funeral Home in Sheridan, Wyo. For Mrs. Jessie H. Stone who died at St. John’s Hospital Saturday night.

The body will be taken to Sheridan Monday night from the Aaseth Funeral Home which announced arrangements.

Jessie H. Carr was married to H. J. Stone at Johnson, Neb. Where they lived five years before moving to Alamosa, Colo. In 1908 they moved to Sheridan, where they operated a furniture store. Mrs. Stone had lived in Huron about a year.

She is survived by a brother Harry Carr and a nephew Donald Carr of Huron.

She was preceded in death by her husband in 1921 and a son in 1946.

The Daily Plainsman, Huron, South Dakota
Monday, July 20, 1964
Transcribed and Contributed by: Karen Seeman



Theodore "Ted" Jones

83, Auburn, died Monday.

Survivors: Daughter Donna Pierce, Canby, Oregon; sisters, Sarah McVay, Auburn, Vesta Spears, Lincoln, Lucille Criger, Nebraska City, Emily Bisslers, Omaha; six grandchildren.
Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Casey-Witzenburg Chapel, Auburn.

Lincoln Nebraska Journal, Tuesday, December 5, 1989
Contributed by:  Barbara Christen
Transcribed by:  Frances Cooley


Child of Barton Bryant   

A little child of Barton Bryant died Thursday afternoon.

Omaha World Herald – 25 Jan. 1897
Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman


Child of J. M. Cutrell
  

J. M. Cutrell’s little boy died Friday morning.

Omaha World Herald – 25 Jan. 1897
Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman


Thomas Wagner   

Peru – Funeral services were held at the home of David Jack for Thomas Wagner, a resident of this place, who died at Broadwater at the age of 85.

Omaha World Herald – 20 Dec. 1921
Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman


William L. Winkelman   

Peru Neb. , Aug. 21. – William L. Winkelman, who died Sunday in a Nebraska City Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in a fall from a scaffold two weeks ago, was buried here yesterday.

The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. C. N. Dawson of Stanton Neb. , former pastor of the Walnut Hill Methodist Episcopal Church in Omaha the services being in charge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, of which Mr. Winkelman was a member.

Mr. Winkelman but recently moved here from Omaha, where he had for many years been in the employ of the Omaha Printing Company.  He was a member of lodge No. 17, Ancient Order of United Workmen of Omaha, whose members remembered their brother with a beautiful floral emblem.  The local lodge of the same organization also presented a fraternal floral tribute.

Omaha World Herald – 22 Aug. 1907
Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman


Claude Clause

Julian – Claude Clause, 12, died as a result of injuries received Saturday when an auto turned turtle near here.

Omaha World Herald – 2 May 1921
Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman


William H. Zook

Obit: --Mr. William H. Zook, aged sixty-three years, one month and twenty-one days, died at his residence near Brownville, Nebraska, on December ?, 1876. He was born near Frankford, Kentucky, and emigrated to Oregon, Mo., in 1847, where he resided for some time. He then removed to Atchison county, near Rock Port, where he lived nearly twelve years. From there he went to Brownville, Nebraska, where he spent the remainder of his days. He had been a member of the Christian Church for nearly forty years, and his death was peaceful.

The Holt County Sentinel, Friday, December 22, 1876
Transcribed and contributed by: Kathy McDaniel


Mrs. T O. Grimes

Brock—Mrs. T. O. Grimes died here at the age of 72.

She had lived in this section the greater part of her life.

The World Herald, Omaha
Wednesday, March 30, 1921

Seymore Howe   

Special Dispatch to the World Herald

Nemaha, Nebraska, May 27. – Seymore Howe, aged 64 years, an old citizen of Nemaha, died Wednesday.

Mr. Howe came to Nemaha in 1860.

Saturday, May 28, 1904
Omaha World Herald (Omaha, Nebraska) Volume: XLII Issue: 241 Page: 6

Bela Adolphus Welton      

Died at Nemaha, Neb., May 17, of inflammation of the stomach, Bela Adolphus Welton, 60, formerly a resident of this city.

We learn this morning of the death of Mr. B. A. Welton, a former resident of this city and vicinity, but latterly a resident of Nemaha, Nebraska.  He was ill but a few days, though had two previous attacks this spring.  He was a farmer of Whitefield for many years and still owns some property in this city.  His first wife was Jane A. Merritt, daughter of Joseph Merritt of Bureau County, this state, a sister of Mrs. Philluda Whitworth of Iowa.  Mrs. Electa Bishop of Bloomington and Mrs. Susan Peters of Caledonia.  He was a member of the Episcopal Church, a worthy honorable citizen, a king friend, a devoted husband and father and highly respected by all who knew him. His second wife and one son of four children survive him.

Henry Republican, Henry IL,
May 31, 1883
Transcribed and contributed by: Nancy Piper

Mrs. Ed.  Thomas   

Death of Mrs. Ed. Thomas

Mrs. Ency Thomas, wife of Ed P. Thomas, died at the asylum at Lincoln, Saturday, August 8, 1908, at 3:15 a. m., aged 39 years, 7 months and 1 day.

Mr. Thomas was called to Lincoln by a message Friday, arriving thee at 7 p. m., and was with his wife until she died.

Ency J. Lilly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Lilly, was born in this county, near Nemaha, January 7, 1869. At the age of 19 she was married to Edward P. Thomas. To this union were born nine children, seven girls and two boys, one girl and one boy dying in infancy. That leaves a husband, six daughters and one son, a father and mother to mourn her loss.

The funeral services were held at the Christian Church at Nemaha at 2 o’clock p. m. on Sunday, conducted by Reverend J. W. Sapp. The house would not hold the many friends who met to pay the last tribute of respect to the deceased. A large procession followed the remains to the cemetery.

Card of Thanks

We desire to thank the friend and neighbors for their kindness, sympathy and thoughtfulness in our great bereavement in the loss of our dear one. Words cannot express our appreciation. We hope at some time to be able to repay in part for this kindness.

Ed. P. Thomas and Family

The Nebraska Advertiser
August 14, 1908








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