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|Tammy Mendenhall||Ross Bury|
Ross Bury, 77, of Milford, died 9:18 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 30, 1986) at Iroquois Memorial Hospital, Watseka. An Iroquois County sheriff's deputy several years, he served as Republican precinct chairman Prairie Green Township several years. He was member of Royal Order of Moose, Milford and Hoopeston. Born April 27, 1908, in Prairie Green Township, son of John and Kit Hallock Bury. He married Mildred Davis Jan. 25, 1927, in Fowler, Ind. She died in 1979. Survivors: daughter, Pauline Bury of Hinsdale; son, Lloyd Bury of Arthur; five sisters, Mabel Cheever of Stockland, Golda Gifford, Dora Holt, both of Stuart, Fla., Blanche Norton, Williamsport, Ind., Margaret Langellier, Watseka. He was preceded by a son and five brothers.
Services: 2 p.m. Sunday at Barker Funeral Home in Milford; Officiating: Rev. Ray Owens; Burial: Sugar Creek Cemetery; Visitation: 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Saturday.
I found this old obit in an old newspaper dated Feb. 1, 1986 in The Commercial News. Maybe you can entry it. Thanks Tammy Mendenhall.
|Barbara Grant Fox||Zolla Harry Brown|
If you will check the 1930 San Francisco census you will see that Frank Brown is married to Zola-Erlach. In 1940 she is still in California and listed as being divorced.
They are both residing in Boulder, Colorado in 1928 (City Directories) so I would guess that they were married in Colorado. I searched Colorado Marriages on Family Search but did not find their marriage record.
She was previously married to Paul Erlach (1920 census).
The funeral record for her in California states that her husband was John but the informant was the Doctor.
|Bkm||William C. Murphy|
Thank you so much for the posting of the headstone. We live in Ohio and would never have been able to travel to Illinois. I combined your pictures and my husband found a five generation family picture of William who was his Great Grandfather with him while alive.
Thank you again and many blessings to you and your family in searching for what you need.
Added by Bkm on Nov 16, 2014 6:15 AM
|Neff Family Historical Society||Douglas Co., IL Kagey Kaga records.|
Kim, Enjoyed working with you on the KagyKaga records in Douglas Co., IL. Thank you for the transfers and doing all the edits I sent. Folks should have no problem tracing this family's roots back to Shenandoah Co., VA. Thanks also for your contribution to Find-a-Grave and the additional you have added to your memorials. Chat again when I have done some more research on these lines. Bill Neff
Would you please connect my great aunt Velora Woods to her parents Jyles and Josie Pruet 20048219. Thanks.
Added by LC on Nov 09, 2014 6:09 AM
|M. Brownson||Charles Henry Cordes and Fredericka Hauce|
May I post your gravestone pictures for the above (Memorial# 70240821)? I always give full credit. Thanks,
|Terri Seymour Groseclose||David Seymour|
Thank-you so much for transferring my gggrandfather's memorial to me and thank-you for all the time you've taken to take photos and make memorials for Rankin Union Cemetery. :)
|Virginia Brown||RE: Delbert Huffman|
I have finished compiling Delbert's bio in his memorial. Thanks for offering to transfer his wife's memorial, but I don't have any information to add at this time. Perhaps later I will add something in the "edit" section. Thanks once again for your help.
|Virginia Brown||Delbert Huffman|
Thank you VERY much for your thoughtfulness in transferring Delbert's memorial to me. I hope someone does something nice for you in return.
|Lady In Black||Suggestion|
I notice your photo on John Tabb's memorial is a funeral home marker. I would like to suggest that you enter these type photos as 'other' rather than 'tombstone' photo. This would benefit those of us who just look at the name with the tombstone behind the name and think there is tombstone photo already posted. I have recently been doing this and it really helps when I visit a certain cemetery to search for recent tombstones to photograph. Thank you for your fine work here on Find A Grave!
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