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Deane Belden (#47342518)
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All yours. Please forward any updates to names, birth dates or death dates. I have a spreadsheet on the cemetery.
Added by ProgBase on Jun 24, 2017 5:53 PM
Obituary for Lineas Belden
This is the obituary for Lineas Shipman Belden, if you'd like to add it to his Find-a-grave page.

Plattsburgh Sentinel on January 10, 1928
“Lineas Shipman Belden was born at Mooers Forks, June 13, 1844, where he spent his boyhood days. He was the elder of 2 children born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Belden. On August 28, 1862, at the age of 18, young Belden enlisted in the Civil War and became a member of Company G, of the 153rd regiment of Volunteer Infantry.
After serving faithfully in the war for 3 years he was honorably discharged July 6, 1865, returning lo Mooers Forks where he continued to make his home.
On January 1, 1872, he was united in marriage to Mrs. Moira Steele Carlisle, with whom he lived for a little over 7 years. She died February 4, 1879. He remained a widower until May 20, 1901, when he married Mrs. Carrie Steele Nichols who now survives him.
Mr. Belden joined the Methodist Episcopal Church at Mooers Forks March 22, 1903, and always remained a faithful member of the same. For 17 years he served as Sunday School Superintendent and was very efficient in this capacity. He was a member of both the Board of Stewards and the Board of Trustees of the church for several years. Mr. Belden was a man of excellent judgment and discretion and was always very conscientious in his Christian life.
For the past few years he had been in failing in health and was nearly blind at the time of his death. He was confined to his bed only a few weeks ago and departed this life Thursday afternoon December 22, 1927.
The funeral services were held from the Methodist Episcopal Church at Mooers Forks the following Saturday afternoon and were in charge of the Pastor Rev. Clyde R. Sumner. Two very appropriate pieces were sung: "What a Friend We Have In Jesus" and "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" by a trio consisting of Mrs. Ralph E. Lewis, Mrs. Stanley Welden and Mrs. C. R. Sumner. Interment was in the Union Cemetery at Mooers Forks.
Another Civil War veteran has gone and a staunch member of the church militant has been transferred to the church triumphant in heaven. As a citizen, he was amongst the best in the town of Mooers. He lived to the ripe age of 83 and his sun went down in honor and glory. His was a close walk with god and now his is not for God has taken him. A faithful wife and one nephew and a host of friends are left to survive him.”
Added by Dunott on Sep 13, 2016 2:10 PM
RE: Ned Patterson, Standing Rock
Got it, thanks!! *Janice
Added by Janice on May 14, 2014 8:37 PM
J Martin
Braceville Center Cemetery, Braceville, Trumbull, Ohio
Hi Deane, I truly appreciate the headstone photo you took for Clyde Clarion Fenstermaker, but it's hard to read. If you are ever out that way again would you consider kneeling to take the photo? Thanks, JMartin
Added by J Martin on Aug 22, 2013 7:42 PM
Christopher Brooks
Hannah Lewis.
Thank you. Given the wear on the stone, it can't have been easy to find.
Added by Christopher Brooks on Aug 09, 2013 8:52 PM
William Tracy Clark
You should be able to open a whole store of Clarks
Added by ProgBase on Sep 04, 2012 9:24 AM
William Clark
Still coming
Added by ProgBase on Sep 04, 2012 9:22 AM
Mertilla Clark
And again
Added by ProgBase on Sep 04, 2012 9:22 AM
John Clark
There ya go
Added by ProgBase on Sep 04, 2012 9:21 AM
Dewitt Clark
Another for ya
Added by ProgBase on Sep 04, 2012 9:19 AM
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