|Robert Cline (#46512028)|
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I retired from the United States Navy and have become interested in my family history, surnames I'm interested in are Hamilton, Schuyler, Morris,|
Brenenstall, Cline, Sager, Maple, Martin, Mills, Shafer, Galbreath, Saunders, Tate, Stuby, Krigbaum and Caywood.
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|JCB||Etta Jane Costelo Austin|
Thanks for the reminder to update Etta's county of death.
Added by JCB on Dec 07, 2013 11:45 AM
|Sally Emerson||Breningstall obituaries|
I don't know if you want all of these or not, so just dump whatever you can't use. I tried to send these in an e-mail but for some reason they wouldn't send.
Ray Gaylord Breningstall, 77, formerly of 17224 Railroad Rd, Petersburg, died Sunday in the Frenchtown Convalescent Center, where he had been since August 6, 1984. Friends may call at the Capaul Funeral Home, Ida, where services will be Tuesday. the Rev. Florence M. Hedwall of First Presbyterian Church, Dundee will officiate and burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery, Petersburg. born August 29, 1909, in Petersburg, he was the son of Hugh and Effie (Ray) Breningstall. He married Viola Watson April 7, 1932 in Toledo. He was employed as a mechanic in the Petersburg area. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Lee (Louise) Peppers of Petersburg; a brother Lee of Lacerne; 2 sisters, Eva Hedrick of Monroe and Mrs. Frances Karl of Petersburg; 10 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sons, Richard and James; three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Bussell and Dorothy and Barbara Breningstall; a sister, two grandchildren and a great-grandchild. - Monroe Evening News, January 15, 1987 & Petersburg Sun, January 15, 1987.
Mrs. Viola Ruth Breningstall, 71, formerly of 17224 Railroad Rd, died Thursday, January 29th in Mercy Memorial Hospital, Monroe, where she had been since December 22nd. She had been a resident of Frenchtown Convalescent Center, Monroe, since June 1984. Services were held Saturday, January 31st in the Capaul Funeral Home in Ida with the Rev. Jack Lemon of the LaSalle and Erie Presbyterian Churches officiating. Burial was in Pleasant View Cemetery. Born January 27, 1916, in Toledo, she was the daughter of Roy and Elizabeth (Bousonville) Watson. She was married April 17, 1932 to Ray G. Breningstall in Toledo. He died January 11th. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Lee (Louise) Peppers of Petersburg; two brothers, Milo Watson of Petersburg and Alvin Watson of Maumee, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Lillian Cunningham of Phoenix, Arizona; 10 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by two sons, Richard and James; three daughters, Lillian Bussell and Dorothy and Barbara Breningstall; two grandchildren and a great-grandchild, two brothers and a sisters. - Monroe Evening News, January 30, 1987 & Dundee Reporter, February 5, 1987.
Richard Ray Breningstall, only son of Ray and Viola Breningstall, was born in Petersburg, August 23, 1933 and passed away January 13, 1936, at their home, at the age of two years, four months and 20 days. Glandular trouble was the cause of death. Besides his parents he is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Breningstall; one great grandmothers, Mrs. Fannie Ray and several aunts and uncles. Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Breningstall. The Rev. Clifford Scott, pastor of the Methodist Church officiated. Burial was made in Pleasant View Cemetery, east of Petersburg. - Monroe Evening News, January 16, 1936.
A Petersburg couple died of gunshot wounds and the woman's father was injured about noon yesterday in a shooting incident on Railroad St, about 1 1/2 miles east of Petersburg. Dead are David Bussell, 41, and his wife Lillian M, 35 who lived at 17240 Railroad St. Mrs. Bussell's father, who lives next door, Raymond Breningstall, 62, of 17224 Railroad St., is in Memorial Hospital, Monroe for treatment of a gunshot wound. Mr. Breningstall was listed in fair condition today by hospital officials. State police of the Eric post investigating the incident, which apparently is a murder-suicide case in which Mr. Bussell shot his wife and then his father-in-law before inflicting fatal wounds to himself. The bodies were found in the kitchen of the Bussell home which is west of Summerfield Rd. The Bussells were the parents of seven children who ranges in ages from 19 to 5. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bussell suffered gunshot wounds to the chest. Trooper Robert Bunn of the Eric post said both were shot more than once. Dr. Robert Wiley of Petersburg, who has his office in Dundee pronounced the couple dead at the scene. The couple apparently died of wounds inflicted by a .38 caliber revolver which was found next to Mr. Bussell's body. Both victims were found in the kitchen while Mr. Breningstall ran to his home a short distance away after being shot. A neighbor called police. Trooper Bunn said autopsies are being conducted to determine the exact cause of death for both victims. He said they would be held today or tomorrow. Five of the Bussell's children were at home at the time of the shooting with other friends and relatives reportedly there also for a weekend gathering. Mrs. Bussell was cooking dinner when she was shot. Trooper Bunn said Mrs. Bussell's father was injured after he was called after the Bussell children saw weapons in the house. Troopers said there was no report of an argument or fight before the shooting. Members of the state police crime lab at Plymouth were at the scene with Troopers Douglas Kennedy and Gerd Zarfl among those officers of the Erie oost who assisted Trooper Bunn. Petersburg police also were at the scene. Authorities confiscated the .38 revolver from the house and a .22 caliber rifle. Mr. Bussell was an unemployed laborer and his wife was a housewife. - Monroe Evening News, May 29, 1972.
Services for David Bussell, 41, and his wife Lillian M., 35 of 17240 Railroad St, Petersburg, who died Sunday in their home of gunshot wounds, were yesterday in the McNeil and Spencer Funeral Home, Petersburg. The Rev. Robert McCachran of the Dundee Presbyterian Church officiated with burial in Pleasant View Cemetery, Petersburg. - Monroe Evening News, June 1, 1972.
Barbara Blanche Breingstall, youngest daughter of Ray and Viola Watson Breningstall, died at the University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Sunday evening, April 16th from whooping cough and pneumonia. She was born February 11, 1938 and died at the age of fourteen months. Surviving are her parents, one sister, Lillian Marie, and both paternal and maternal grandparents. Services were held at the home of the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Breningstall, Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev. W. J. Prestidge, pastor of the Deerfield Presbyterian church officiating. Burial was made in the Petersburg Cemetery. - Monroe Evening News, April 17, 1939, and Petersburg Sun, April 21, 1939.
|Nancy Heib||Harriet Mullendore|
Thank you so much, for the correction,
and additional information.
|Sally Emerson||Dorothy Mae Breningstall|
Saw your submission for Dorothy on Find-A-Grave, here is the correct dates of birth and death. I have other obituaries for the family if you are interested.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Valentine and McNeil funeral home for Dorothy Mae Breningstall, nine month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Breningstall, who died Thursday morning, March 23, 1950, after being ill with pneumonia for two weeks. She was born June 8, 1949, at the University Hospital in Ann Arbor.
Besides the parents, she leaves two sisters, Louise and Lillian at home; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Breningstall of Petersburg and Roy Watson of Temperance. Rev. W. J. Prestidge officiated at the funeral service and burial was made in Pleasant View cemetery - Petersburg Sun, March 31, 1950.
|bones-n-rust||RE: Leah Galbreath|
|Cindy Vollbracht||Herbert Dean Krigbaum Jr|
THis memorial u created I have the dob and death
dob-aug. 17, 1951
death-aug. 14, 1952
Garden Of Faith-Lot 178, Plot 1 West End
Helen M. Krigbaum-Garden Of Faith- Lot 178, Plot 2
Herbert Dean Krigbaum- Garden Of Faith- Lot 178, Plot 3
|Kathy Maple||RE: William Maple|
Not handy, sorry. All of my info has been stored. I have heard the family stories many times and we tell them to our own kids and grands. I believe there was an article in the Glasford Gazette, but don't remember the year. Possibly in the book authored by Grant Maple?
|Kathy Maple||Isaac Maple # 18575398|
Robert, Where did you get the pic of Isaac?
I have never seen that one before. Too cool!
|Stephanie (Adams) Sanchez||RE: Barrick family|
So glad I could help!! I too am working on a very extended family tree. My family line is Adams, a daughter married a Wallis, then their daughter married a Sager. I have been sneaking printing stuff off at work, lol, b-c I too am out of printer ink..
Thank you very much for making the connections!!
I linked to her parents and transferred her memorial to you.
Added by DK on Oct 13, 2013 3:03 PM
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