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1860 census
1860 census
George was living with his family in New Lexington, Perry County, Ohio. His family consisted of his wife, four sons and two daughters. His occupation was listed as a grocer.

 
 
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1880 Census
1880 Census
Status: Located; This census shows Regina with four of her children. Louis, Rosa, Henry, and Frank. Henry Schneider was born on 1/27/1865 in Watkins IA (Benton County) and was admitted to the Iowa School for the Feeble Minded (now Glenwood Resource Center) on 6/30/1881 
 
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Bridget Gossman Death Cert
Bridget Gossman Death Cert
Status: Located; Daughter of Johann Michael Rothenberger and Maria Eva Klein. Wife of L. Solomon Gossman 
 
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Funeral Of Philip Bausch, Sr., Held Here
Funeral Of Philip Bausch, Sr., Held Here
Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church in Atkinson last Friday afternoon for Philip Bausch, Sr., who died at Atalissa, la., Sept. 17 at the age of 99 years. The service was conducted by the local pastor, Rev. Wm. G. Vahle, and the following account of his life was given:
“Philip Bausch was born at Baden, Germany, Oct. 31, 1830, and died; at Atalissa, la., Sept. 17, 1929, aged 98 years, 19 months and 17 v days! He was married to Margaret Diddler in 1850 and in 1867 the family came to America, settling in Illinois. From Illinois they moved to Iowa and then to eastern Nebraska.
Five children were born in Germany and eight in America. Two daughters, Margaret and Eva, died in infancy, in Iowa and one son, Adam, died there at the age of 8 years. Two sons, William at 10 years of age, and Philip at 68, died in Nebraska and are buried here. His wife who preceded him in death 21 years ago, is also buried in Atkinson.
Those left to mourn his death are Charles of O'Neill, Henry, Fred and Stephen of Phoenix, Adolph of Atalissa, la., Mrs. Kate Kirsch of Muscatine, la., Mrs. Elizabeth Wenzel of Steinauer and Mrs. Anna Evens of Atkinson Thirty grandchildren and twenty-eight great grandchildren also survive him.”
 
 
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Funeral Of Philip Bausch, Sr., Held Here
Funeral Of Philip Bausch, Sr., Held Here
Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church in Atkinson last Friday afternoon for Philip Bausch, Sr., who died at Atalissa, la., Sept. 17 at the age of 99 years. The service was conducted by the local pastor, Rev. Wm. G. Vahle, and the following account of his life was given:
“Philip Bausch was born at Baden, Germany, Oct. 31, 1830, and died; at Atalissa, la., Sept. 17, 1929, aged 98 years, 19 months and 17 v days! He was married to Margaret Diddler in 1850 and in 1867 the family came to America, settling in Illinois. From Illinois they moved to Iowa and then to eastern Nebraska.
Five children were born in Germany and eight in America. Two daughters, Margaret and Eva, died in infancy, in Iowa and one son, Adam, died there at the age of 8 years. Two sons, William at 10 years of age, and Philip at 68, died in Nebraska and are buried here. His wife who preceded him in death 21 years ago, is also buried in Atkinson.
Those left to mourn his death are Charles of O'Neill, Henry, Fred and Stephen of Phoenix, Adolph of Atalissa, la., Mrs. Kate Kirsch of Muscatine, la., Mrs. Elizabeth Wenzel of Steinauer and Mrs. Anna Evens of Atkinson Thirty grandchildren and twenty-eight great grandchildren also survive him.”
 
 
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He has the look of an Eagle
He has the look of an Eagle
Status: Located; Brian Tarbert's Eagle Scout Project Daily Record Ellensburg, Washington. Saturday, June 18, 1994 (Front Page) Other Headlines - The bizarre and tragic O.J. story; Defense cuts hurting Boeing; and Carter leaves North Korea 
 
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John A Tarbert Death Cert. 1935
John A Tarbert Death Cert. 1935
 
 
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Marriage Certificate Fred Henry Riedle and Sephese Van Wickle
Marriage Certificate Fred Henry Riedle and Sephese Van Wickle
Status: Located;  
 
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Movtville J Rambo Death Cert.
Movtville J Rambo Death Cert.
Status: Located; Name : Montville J. Rambo
Death date : 08 Sep 1943
Death place : Crooksville, Perry, Ohio
Birth date : 15 Jul 1864
Birth place : Muskingum Co., Ohio
Age at death : 79 years 1 month 23 days
Gender : Male
Marital status : Married
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address : 129 North State St.
Occupation : Farmer
Residence : Crooksville, Perry, Ohio
Burial date : 10 Sep 1943
Cemetery name : Atonement
Spouse name : Racheil Gossman
Father name : Jacob Rambo
Father birth place : Perry Co., Ohio
Mother name : Elizabeth Pletcher
Mother birth place : Morgan Co., Ohio
GSU film number : 2024179
Digital GS number : 4057830
Image number : 3073
Reference number : fn 58266
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
 
 
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Obituary of John Whited Bishop
Obituary of John Whited Bishop
Obituary
John Whited Bishop was born in Indiana on the 19, day of August 1838. He came to Iowa with his parents when small. At age of 17, he joined the Christian church at Winterset, Iowa. He was united in marriage to Elizabeth Gustin, November 22, 1860.To this union, was born seven children. Two died in infancy, The surviving children are Mrs. Will Martin of Cozad, Nebraska, Arthur of Campo, Colorado, Mrs. Hiram Waldo of Sidney, Montana, Mrs. W. W. Furguson and Fred, Clarks, Nebraska, one Philip Walic of Jennings, Kansas. Twenty living grandchildren, thirty-two great-grandchildren. The funeral service was held at the home of his daughter Mrs. W. W. Furguson on Saturday, January 16, 1926, Rev. Foster officiating. The burial was Genoa, Nebraska.
Mr. Bishop was 87 years of age at the time of his death.
 
 
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Rites Held For Berl Waldo, 77
Rites Held For Berl Waldo, 77
Funeral services for Berl W Waldo, 77, a longtime rancher in the Amelia-Chambers community, who died at his home April 1, were held at the United Methodist Church in Chambers Sunday afternoon, April 4, at 2 o'clock Rev. Clarence Davis officiated and burial was in Chambers Cemetery. Mrs. Ernest Durre was organist and Stanley Lambert vocalist at the services. Pallbearers were Stanley Thompson, Harold Fullerton, Lyle David, Earl David, Harlan Larson, and Raymond Beed.
Berl Wilbur Waldo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram E Waldo was born in Nance County, Nov. 10, 1893. He married Miss. Emma Zinkon at Ord March 18, 1914. The couple ranched for a time near Ericson then moved to the Amelia-Chambers community which became their permanent home. Five children were born to the couple, Mrs. Robert (Zelma) Kalb of Daingerfield, Texas; Mrs. Kenneth (Mildred) Werner of Chambers; Harold Of Boise, Idaho; Lloyd of O'Neill and an infant daughter, who preceded him in death.
He was also preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Fred and Glen and three sisters, Claudene, Esther, and Bethel. Survivors include his wife, Emma; children Zelma, Mildred, Harold, and Lloyd; 12 grandchil-dren and eight great-grandchildren a brother, Ray, Libby, Mont.; two sisters, Leone Kirschner of Seattle, Wash and Ione Lillie of Virginia Minn. Also surviving are many nephews, nieces and a host of friends. He was a member of the Chamlers Odd Fellows Lodge since 1947. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Russians Likely to Be Popular Social Additions
Russians Likely to Be Popular Social Additions
Status: Located; Wife of Russian Attache Dec 1917 
 
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Wedding Bells at Promontory
Wedding Bells at Promontory
Status: Located;