|Birth: ||Mar. 9, 1883|
|Death: ||Nov. 22, 1964|
my grandfather whom I never met
Stanley Dusing was one of thirty-four charter members of the
Improved Order of Red Men, Catoctin Tribe, No.139, of Wolfsville, MD instituted
June 2, 1902. It is a men's club like the Eagles or the Elks, Moose, Owls Club. There is a Redmen's Club in Frederick as Chippewa Tribe but there are no indians there -
maybe it came from the little boy's cowboys and indian days and you know many
men never grow up
STANLEY WEBSTER DUSING
MT. MORRIS TIMES 10-14-1964
Stanley Webster Dusing, 81, of Dixon, father of Donald T. Dusing , Mt. Morris,
Died Sunday, Nov. 22nd in KSB Hospital, Dixon following a short illness.
He was born March 9th, 1883 in Myersville, MD. He was united in marriage with the former Blanche Green and moved to IL in 1917 where he farmed in the Mt. Morris area for many years .
To this union were born four sons, Waynard and Eugene of Rockford, Marlow of Dixon, and Donald of Mt. Morris, all of whom survived, and a daughter, Mabel who preceded him in death. His wife died in 1937.
Mr. Dusing moved to Dixon in 1943 and in 1951 was united in marriage to Edna Wakenight. To this union a daughter, Margaret, was born who also survives.
Survivors include his widow, four sons, one daughter, 15 grandchildren, and a number of great-grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Emmert Shepley of Fredrick MD., also survives.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Nov. 24th at Chapel Hill in Dixon and internment was made at Mt. Zion cemetery near Oregon.
Thomas S Dusing (1852 - 1908)
Elmira V. Dusing (1851 - 1922)
Blanche E. Greene Dusing (1885 - 1937)
Edna Margaret Wakenight Dusing (1914 - 1994)
Waynard Dusing (1905 - 1974)*
Marlow W. Dusing (1906 - 1977)*
Mabel B. Dusing (1908 - 1927)*
Margaret Susann Dusing Strow, Weitzel (1953 - 2005)*
Maude E. Dusing Kline (1878 - 1952)*
Stanley Webster Dusing (1883 - 1964)
Note: buried next to first wife Blanche (second wife is Edna Wakenight Dusing)
Mount Zion Cemetery
Created by: Sharon Strow
Record added: Apr 28, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8695103
Added: Jan. 5, 2015
You're memory will always live on in our families history. Grandpa I never got to meet you in person, but I have heard so many wonderful things. R.I.P.|
Added: May. 12, 2004