|William A Davies III (#47041102)|
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Oh, as time go by we do forget...the love ones that we once have met. I really enjoy Findagrave and I hope that the names I have logged in and many more to come, will benefit others in years ahead. If anyone needs a photo feel free to contact me and I'll do my best.|
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I talked to my aunt and she said she had gone to visit Martha also. She said that her dad put everyone in the car and drove out. She told me that when he was tax collector, he made national headlines because someone left money on the counter and he had contacted the police. Martha saw the story and got in touch so that is apparently how they reconnected.
Added by Kellywpa on Oct 29, 2014 7:11 PM
|Mary Lou Pfenning||RE: Swineheart|
Please send me the Memorial numbers. I need to know in which cemetery she is buried.
Thanks William. I wasn't aware that there was another sister so appreciate the information! Do you know if she lived in Pennsylvania?
Added by Kellywpa on Sep 17, 2014 1:47 PM
|Richard Culler||Ralph Culler|
Thank you for transferring to me!
Take care, Richard
|Sylvia Sine Whittaker||RE: Mary F Pritchard and David Pritchacd|
Transfers made to you
|Debbie Day||RE: Edward Davies|
The Davies memorials you requested have been transferred to you.
|Patty Wimpsett Killion||RE: Thelma Irene Lee|
I transferred your grandmother, Thelma Irene Lee over to you.
I am very puzzled as to how she was even transferred to me. I searched my family tree and could not locate her. The only thing that is even close is that she was buried in Des Moines, Iowa and I have many family members in Iowa.
Please take care of her with your love.
|Victrianna||Frank R. Ellison|
I see that your Frank has the exact same birth date as my Franklin "Frank" Ellison. Do you happen to know if he was born in Holly, Braxton County, West Virginia and were his parents Alva Curtis "A.C." & Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" CUNNINGHAM ELLISON?
|Dennis Johnson||Martha Emelia Johanna Brummond Belt|
Yes, My great Aunt Marge (Brummond) O'Brien-Blair was a cousin to her daughter Martha.
Martha E. Belt, 93, of Walthill, NE died Monday, Aug. 21, 1995, at the Pender Hospital.
Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Munderloh Funeral Home in Walthill with the Rev. Ben Whitfield officiating. Burial will be in the Evergreen Cemetery, Walthill. Visitation will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Mrs. Belt was born june 12, 1902, at Belden, the daughter of Fredrich and Pauline (Suenram) Brummond. She attended Zion Lutheran School near Bancroft. On August 21, 1917, she married Paul Belt at Pipestone, Minn. The couple lived at Keystone, S.D. Maxwell, S.D., and Rosalie, before moving to Winnebago here they spent most of their married lives. She operated a bus stop and worked for the Head Start Program in Winnebago for many years. Mr. Belt died in 1963 and she moved to Walthill.
Mrs. Belt was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary.
Survivors include two sons and their wives, William and Luzie of Loveland, Colo., and Earl and Helen of Sioux City; a daughter, Martha Pape of Longmont, Colo.; 19 grandchildren; several great and great-great grandchildren; a son-in-law, Charles Buggy of Sioux City; two daughters-in-law, Evelyn Belt of Winnebago and Deloris Belt of Christmas, Fla., and a sister Hannah Brewer of Sioux City.
She was also preceded in death by six children, Thelma Lee, Julius, Paul, Hannah Buggy, Richard and Tommy.
A few things to share about Martha/Mother--per daughter Martha
She loved to argue (everything was up for grabs)!
She loved to play games (Cheating was tolerated!)
She loved to travel (She was often in the car before you could close the car door!)
She loved to sing and play the piano.
She loved Quilting.
She loved her family and extended family.
She loved her Church and Bible studies.
She loved letter writing and hearing from old friends.
She loved a good story (even slightly risque!)
She loved helping G.I.'s during World War II.
She loved going to the the Walthill/Winnebago Senior Centers.
She loved the Busse Tours and missed being able to go more.
MOST OF ALL SHE JUST LOVED PEOPLE
|rp||RE: Curtis & Edith Eddington|
Added by rp on Jun 04, 2014 7:56 PM
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