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.Born & rised in Blair, NE. Love Genealogy! Married Charles Berggren 1963, Joe Galaway 1992|
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|Carlene Steel||Owen D. Wilson|
Thank you for the article about Owen. I appreciate your thoughtfulness. I have added it to his Find A Grave memorial as well as attached it to my records of him.
|Linda (Warrick) Chesson||ISAIAH CLAIRE WARRICK|
I am a great granddaughter of Isaiah Claire Warrick and I have noticed a few discrepancies in his Memorial. I have taken the liberty of copy/pasting the entire thing with corrections (Death dates etc.)
As DAR now accepts FINDAGRAVE Memorials as lineage proofs I am checking through mine to ascertain that they are in accordance with the facts which I have. Also,if you refer to the photo on his page, you will see a difference between that and the text.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Jan. 7, 1885
Married Carolyn Margaret 'Carrie' Johns December 24, 1879 Washington County, Nebraska
Children: Lloyd Vernon and Clair Warrick
Alice Lippincott & Isaiah Warrick
Died---At his residence in Cuming City, January 7th, 1885, Isaiah Warrick, aged thirty years. The deceased was indisposed some three weeks, but not until a day or two before his death had the family any serious apprehensions as to his condition. He had but recently completed a beautiful, commodious residence, in which, no doubt, he anticipated many years of happiness with his family. He was a loving and tender husband and father. A companion and two small children, with numerous relatives and friends, mourn his untimely loss. Scarcely had arrangements been made for the funeral services of Mr. Warrick, which occurred at the Baptist Church of this city on Friday afternoon, and were attended by a large concourse of friends, Rev. Holmes conducting the same, assisted by the pastors of the city, than sad news came from Craig, Burt County, that a sister, Mrs. Alice, wife of Ephriam Lippincott, had died of the same disease, typhoid fever, after an illness of some three or four weeks. She died the morning after her brother, aged twenty years. Funeral services were held at Craig the day following, also conducted by Mr. Holmes, after which the remains were brought to this city and tenderly laid near those of dear ones, so many of whom have passed away during the past two years. Mrs. Lippincott leaves a husband, and babe of six months, besides many friends to mourn her loss. A large congregation met at Craig to testify their regards for the dead, as well as their sorrow for the living, and when the train arrived at Blair there was seen an universal assemblage drawn together by sympathy for those upon whom such afflictions had fallen.
Thank you again for your help.
Linda (Warrick) Chesson
|MrsB||Thanks for the Thompson edits!|
I appreciate your noticing that and letting me know.
Added by MrsB on Mar 08, 2016 10:19 AM
|Mr B||RE: mystrey|
Personally I think you are right, & I would ask Willie D via an "edit" (while on Peter's memorial page - click the upper right hand corner button [Edit], then click "Suggest any other correction..." and tell him/her what you're thinking and the results you have found ... ask if there is certainty about his link to the Ethel in Milwaukee, Wis...
If this fails results, contact MrsB, Find A Grave# 47910340, and ask her for advice!
Hope that helps, SB
Added by Mr B on Jan 01, 2016 8:31 AM