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1827 - Daniel Dill business dissolved
1827 - Daniel Dill business dissolved
Dissolution.

The Firm of Daniel Dill & Co. is this day dissolved, by mutual consent. Those indebted to the concern are expected to come forward to settle their accounts without delay.

H. Salm
D. Dill

July 24th, 1827
 
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1828 - Flour advertisement
1828 - Flour advertisement
NEW FLOUR.

The subscriber has just received a few Barrels of NEW GEORGIA FLOUR, at his Confectionary, No. 288 Broad-street, where a general assortment of Confectionary may be had at all times.

D. Dill
Oct 2
 
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1829 - Letter list
1829 - Letter list
Remaining in the Post Office at Augusta, Georgia, 2nd February 1829 (not before advertised).

D Dill
 
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19 May 1950 - Lincoln Evening Journal Vivian Frasier Engagement
19 May 1950 - Lincoln Evening Journal Vivian Frasier Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe E. Frasier of Ceresco announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Vivan, to Don L. Rudeen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence F. Rudeen, also of Ceresco. Miss Frasier will be graduated in June from the University of Nebraska where she is a member of Phi Upsilon Omicron, home economics honorary. Mr. Rudeen attended North Park college in Chicago, Ill., and is a graduate of the University of Nebraska. He is now associated with the Equitable Life Assurance society in Aluberquerque, New Mex. The wedding will be an event of July 5.
 
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1911ca Schuyler and Margarette Pierce divorce p1
1911ca Schuyler and Margarette Pierce divorce p1
 
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1911ca Schuyler and Margarette Pierce divorce p2
1911ca Schuyler and Margarette Pierce divorce p2
 
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1911ca Schuyler and Margarette Pierce divorce p3
1911ca Schuyler and Margarette Pierce divorce p3
 
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1917 Pearl and Velma deaths in fire
1917 Pearl and Velma deaths in fire
 
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1929 Obituary Peter M. Dill
1929 Obituary Peter M. Dill
Veteran Insurance Man, Peter Dill, Park Avenue, Dies

Peter M. Dill, 76 years old, a veteran insurance broker of Indianapolis, died yesterday at his home, 3345 Park Avenue. Mr. Dill had been engaged in the insurance business in the city since 1890. Prior to that time he had been prosecuting attorney of Shelby and Johnson counties, and had practiced law in Franklin and Indianapolis.

Born in Morgan county, Mr. Dill moved to Shelby county when a young man. After serving as prosecutor of Shelby and Johnson counties in the early eighties he moved to Franklin. He came to Indianapolis in 1888 as the law partner of Myron Williams. In 1889 he practiced law in Wichita, Kas.

In 1890 he returned to Indianapolis and entered the life insurance business, being first associated with the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York. He later represented other companies in Indianapolis and took the agency for the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company in February, 1908. He was local manager for this company at the time of his death.

For thirty-two years he had been a member of the central Christian Church, and had served as a deacon in that congregation. He also was a member of the Life Underwrtiers Association. Mr. Dill was the author of a umber of poems which have appeared in various magazines. His "My Indiana Hills" was contained in a book of contributions from Indiana authors several years ago.

He was married to Miss Flora Frazier June 21, 1881. Mrs. Dill and a duaghter, Mrs. Edith Dill Ford of Indianapolis, and two grandchildren and one great-grandchild are survivors.

Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home. Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery.
 
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1941 News article Warren Black auto accident death
1941 News article Warren Black auto accident death
 
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1945-09-23 Bertha Rademacher William Becker wedding
1945-09-23 Bertha Rademacher William Becker wedding
 
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1949-09-12 Leo Rademacher harvester accident
1949-09-12 Leo Rademacher harvester accident
 
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1950ca Church dedication Winfield Pierce
1950ca Church dedication Winfield Pierce
 
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1952 Obituary Arnold Carlson
1952 Obituary Arnold Carlson
 
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1955 news article Frank Rademacher
1955 news article Frank Rademacher
 
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1956 Lila Black obituary
1956 Lila Black obituary
 
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1956-03 Russell Timmons newspaper clipping
1956-03 Russell Timmons newspaper clipping
 
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1956-04-25 Joe and Annie Rademacher Golden Anniversary
1956-04-25 Joe and Annie Rademacher Golden Anniversary
 
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1956-04-25 Joe and Annie Rademacher Golden Anniversary 2
1956-04-25 Joe and Annie Rademacher Golden Anniversary 2
 
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1956-04-25 Joe and Annie Rademacher Golden Anniversary 3
1956-04-25 Joe and Annie Rademacher Golden Anniversary 3
 
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1957-06 Effie Graves newspaper clipping
1957-06 Effie Graves newspaper clipping
 
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1960 Arthur Black obituary
1960 Arthur Black obituary
 
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1964-11-16 Willard Pearson Hazel Wright marriage license
1964-11-16 Willard Pearson Hazel Wright marriage license
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Pearson, Willard, Ceresco...25
Wright, Hazel, 301 So. 18th...42
 
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1987-10-04 Matilda Burkey obituary
1987-10-04 Matilda Burkey obituary
 
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1987-10-04 Matilda Burkey obituary 2
1987-10-04 Matilda Burkey obituary 2
 
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1987-10-04 Matilda Burkey obituary 3
1987-10-04 Matilda Burkey obituary 3
 
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1990 Joe and Henrietta Rademacher 50th Anniversary
1990 Joe and Henrietta Rademacher 50th Anniversary
 
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1995est Marie Kreifels newspaper article p1
1995est Marie Kreifels newspaper article p1
 
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1995est Marie Kreifels newspaper article p2
1995est Marie Kreifels newspaper article p2
 
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20 Sep 1911 Wedding Chester Frasier and Alice Smith
20 Sep 1911 Wedding Chester Frasier and Alice Smith
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Smith of 2112 E street, took place the marriage of Miss Alice M. Smith and Chester A. Frasier of Council Bluffs. The Rev. J.W. Hilton of Cotner university officiated in the presence of the immediate relaties of the bride and groom. The groom's sister, Miss Nellie Frasier, of Ashland played the wedding march. The bride's home is in Illinois but she has lived in this city with here [sic] aunt for the last year and a half. The couple will be at home to friends in Council Bluffs after November 1. The relatives present from out of the city were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Frasier and Miss Nellie Frasier of AShland, and Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Thurlwell of Malcolm.
 
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22 May 1973 Elmer Pearson Erma Skiles marriage license Lincoln Star
22 May 1973 Elmer Pearson Erma Skiles marriage license Lincoln Star
Pearson, Elmer Winford, Ceresco...70
Skiles, Erma Kathleen, 2920 No. 56th...53
 
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25 Jan 1949 Ida Frasier obituary - Ashland Gazette
25 Jan 1949 Ida Frasier obituary - Ashland Gazette
Hold Services for Mrs. Ida Frasier
Ida Black Frasier was born at Fairfield, Ind., May 1, 1864 and passed away at Lincoln, Nebr., on Jan. 25, 1949 at the age of 84 years, 8 months, and 25 days. She came to North English, Ia. with her farmily when one year of age. The trip took three weeks in a covered wagon.
Her early girlhood was spent in the vicinities of North and South English, Harper, and Keota, Ia. In 1879 she came to Nebraska with the family of E.J. Rosecrans, with whom she made her home.
On April 1, 1886 she was married to Edward A. Frasier of Ashland, and they made their home on a farm 5 1/2 miles west of Ashland until her husband's death on Dec. 10, 1938.
Seven children were born to this union, one daughter, Maude Belle, having died in infancy. Surviving are Chester A., Grinnell, Ia.; Roscoe E., Ceresco; Nellie I Frasier, Glendale, Calif.; Mabel Williamson and Clarence D. Frasier, Lincoln, and Myrtle Hrubesky of Geneva. Mrs. Frasier also leaves 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren to mourn her loss as well as other relatives and a host of friends.
Mrs. Frasier was a member of the New Hope Christian church and a charter member of the West Ashland Women's club. She was actively interested in these organizations as long as her health permitted.
Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at Marcy chapel with Rev. H. H. Utterback in charge. Mrs. Warren Robinson sang "Going Home" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Mrs. H.F. Anderson was her accompanist.
Pallbearers were Jess Russell, Clyde Landon, Lynn Converse, Ed Vance, Jess Parks and O.J. Lohr. Interment was made in the Ashland cemetery.
 
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25 Nov 1961 Bruce Larson obituary Lincoln Star
25 Nov 1961 Bruce Larson obituary Lincoln Star
Larson - Franklin Bruce, 16, of 5104 Emmet, Omaha, died Saturday. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Larson. Survivors: brother, Scott; sister, Lynn; great-grandmother, Mrs. Anna Walin, Omaha; grandmother, Mrs. Art Larson, Wahoo; grandfather, Theodore Anderson, Ceresco.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Eagle Cemetery. Pallbearers: Bill Umland, Eugene West, Orin Lanning, Roy Vickers, Joe Rudolph, Henry Rockenbach.
 
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25 Oct 1975 Irvin Pearson Sr. obituary Lincoln Star
25 Oct 1975 Irvin Pearson Sr. obituary Lincoln Star
PEARSON - Irvin L., 52, Ceresco, died Monday. Farmer. Member Immanuel Lutheran. Survivors: wife, Iradelle; sons, Irvin Jr., William, both Ceresco; daughter, Rose Marie Pearson, Ceresco; brothers, Elmer, Herman, both Ceresco; sister, Mrs. Edna Brostrom, Corvallis, Ore. Nelson Funeral Home, Ceresco.
 

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