South Dakota

Haakon County South Dakota



Aberdeen Weekly News (31 Jan. 1918) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Mrs. L. W. Thompson, wife of Rev. Lewis Thompson, a pastor in Christan churches of the state for more than twenty years, passed away at her home in Midland last Friday night at midnight. The funeral was held at Midland Tuesday afternoon.

Rev. Mr. Thompson is acquainted in this city and this part of the state, having preached and worked in the northern part of the state somewhat, during his residence in South Dakota.

Extracted from The Highmore Herald, Highmore, South Dakota
Thursday, May 5, 2005 Page 6
Contributed by Jacque McDonnell


Born: Jun 24, 1928 (Philip, SD)

Parents: Frank & Esther (Niehoff) Winkler

Died: Apr 29, 2005 (Pierre, SD, St. Mary's TCU)

Age: 76y 10m 5d

Funeral: May 4, 2005, New Life Assembly of God Church, Pierre, SD
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Pierre

Locations: Moved to Sully Co. at the age of 6 mos.  Farmed and ranched east of Onida.Worked rodeos, relocated to Missouri (1947) for dairy farm work.  1948 relocated to South Dakota; worked for City of Pierre 1949.  Retired 1996.

Marriage: 1) Dorothy.  Two children  2) Elizabeth (Heenan) Weldin, 1974.  Three children.

(Survivor information omitted due to privacy concerns)

Memorial Leaflet
Contributed by Jacque McDonnell
Transcribed by Pamela J. Hamilton


Born: March 13, 1907 (Lake Preston, SD)
Parents: William & Magdalena (Hupfer) Kiel
Died: May 24, 1986 (Sioux Falls, SD)
Age: 79 years 2 months 12 days
Other: moved from Lake Preston to Haakon Co. in 1908. He had 6 brothers and 1 sister. Moved to Highmore in 1929.
Marriage: 1) Agnes Crane (d. 1948) 2) Marion Henderson, Dec. 31, 1949, Madison, Nebraska




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