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Geo Clinton (#46936067)
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Bio Photo I am always happy to add additional information, create links, or make corrections to the memorials i have entered. I will try to do this as soon as possible. Please use the edit tab when sending the information.

If I make a mistake on a memorial, it's just that--a mistake. If you find a mistake, I'll do my very best to get it corrected.

You have permission to use of my gravestone photos. All I ask is that I be given credit for taking the photo.

An explanation for some of the causes of death:

Bright's Disease - Any of several forms of disease of the kidney attended with albumin in the urine, including especially acute and chronic nonsuppurative nephritis.

Catarrh of Brain/ Catarrh of Head/ Catarrh of Stomach/ Catarrh on the Breast/ Catarrk Pneumonia) - An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congestion, swelling, and an alteration in the quantity and quality of mucous secreted. In America, especially, a chronic inflammation of, and hypersecretion from the membranes of nose or air passages. Also an acute influenza, resulting from a cold and attended with cough, thirst, lassitude and watery eyes; also, the cold itself. Catarrh Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lung tissue associated with catarrh and with marked evidences of inflammation of the bronchial membranes - often chronic.

Consumption - A progressive wasting away of the body, especially that attended upon pulmonary phthisis, called pulmonary consumption; hence pulmonary phthisis or tuberculosis

Diphtheria is a deadly disease prevalent in the 1920's and earlier. It is a serious bacterial infection. The toxin accumulates in the nasal passages and is spread by coughing and sneezing.

Grippe - The influenza or epidemic catarrh

Scarlet fever is a childhood disease. It is a bacterial infection caused by specific bacteria and found in about 10 percent of persons with strep throat. Symptoms include high fever, a strawberry like tongue, and body rash. It can be prevented by habits of cleanliness - like hand washing.

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Jenn P
RE: Catherine Timp
You're welcome! I found them on She's my 4-time Great Grandmother!
Added by Jenn P on Jun 28, 2017 9:00 AM
Cheryl Mueller
Steffy Funk
I have to assume he did! I am not really related, just read the story on his memorial. Bell Steffy was married to Clarence N. Pepples and died at 18. HE murdered his 2nd wife and himself. Emma Hutchinson and that's where I am related, so not to the Steffys at all. Yes, interesting, you should read her memorial! (37616564)
Added by Cheryl Mueller on Jun 21, 2017 6:30 AM
Brett Graham
Hello, I noticed something you might want to check into. Issac Quigley's daughter Margaret married Dennis Healey or sometimes referred to as Haley. They are both buried in Corning, Adams, Iowa. If you search Margaret Healey/Iowa/Adams County you will find her and her obituary write up making references to her brother John and sister Kate Winters.
Added by Brett Graham on Jun 13, 2017 2:03 AM
Laura Sireci Roman
Celia Reed
I just accepted the edit for you requested. Would you like me to transfer the memorial to you? I added the memorials for their family members to find them, and would be glad to transfer it to you.
Added by Laura Sireci Roman on Jun 01, 2017 7:39 AM
Janet Reasoner
RE: Lashers at East Liberty Cemetery
Thank you. I'll request a photo as soon as I can. Right now I'm at the twenty photo limit.
Added by Janet Reasoner on May 28, 2017 8:15 AM
Janet Reasoner
RE: Lashers at East Liberty Cemetery
Thank you so much. If there's no stone, he has to buried in the family plot. I got excited when I read the obit you attached and because of it managed to find his sister Ruth. Then when I went to link her to her parents found you were ahead of me. Good Work! Because of volunteers like you Find A Grave is becoming better and better.
Jan Reasoner
Added by Janet Reasoner on May 27, 2017 8:18 AM
Janet Reasoner
Lashers at East Liberty Cemetery
Hello Geo,
I see you have taken the photos for the Lashers buried at East Liberty. There is one memorial missing, Daniel Gilbert Lasher 1905 - 1990. Since his parents and wife are buried there I can not imagine that he would be buried elsewhere. His wife is June Remsburg Lasher Find A Grave# 147586548

I would very much appreciate it if you could check the plot again and add his record the next time you are at the cemetery.
Thank you very much,
Jan Reasoner
Added by Janet Reasoner on May 26, 2017 8:48 AM
Eugene Henry
Memorial 152775973
Storm Lake Cem, Buena Vista Co IA
He is the s/o ROBERT Henry and Susan Morrow.
I believe "Richard" possibly came from enumerator's error on the census.
Thank you
P Gauss
Added by P GAUSS on May 13, 2017 6:49 PM
jane austin
RE: Ward Ellis
Okay. I'll have this one marked as a cenotaph. Thank you! :)
Added by jane austin on May 12, 2017 11:41 AM
Mary Kemper
Thank you
Thank you so much for the very interesting information you have posted about my relatives in Carroll County. It is completely new to me and it is so exciting to learn about their lives on the farm and surrounding areas that I grew up on.
Added by Mary Kemper on May 07, 2017 11:27 AM
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