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Farm 35
Burkey, Joseph, head (M, age 70, married)
Burkey, Ottillia, wife (F, age 65, married)

Farm 36
Peter, Arnold F., head (M, age 41, married) - born in Switzerland
Peter, Tillie, wife, (F, age 28, married) - born in Colorado
Peter, Joseph, son (M, age 4 6/12, single) - born in Nebraska
Peter, Arnold, son (M, age 2 4/12, single) - born in Colorado
Peter, Gerard, son (M, age 6/12, single) - born in Colorado 
Burkey, Matilda (I2100)
 
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Farm 35
Burkey, Joseph, head (M, age 70, married)
Burkey, Ottillia, wife (F, age 65, married)

Farm 36
Peter, Arnold F., head (M, age 41, married) - born in Switzerland
Peter, Tillie, wife, (F, age 28, married) - born in Colorado
Peter, Joseph, son (M, age 4 6/12, single) - born in Nebraska
Peter, Arnold, son (M, age 2 4/12, single) - born in Colorado
Peter, Gerard, son (M, age 6/12, single) - born in Colorado 
Peter, Arnold (I2102)
 
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Farm 35
Burkey, Joseph, head (M, age 70, married)
Burkey, Ottillia, wife (F, age 65, married)

Farm 36
Peter, Arnold F., head (M, age 41, married) - born in Switzerland
Peter, Tillie, wife, (F, age 28, married) - born in Colorado
Peter, Joseph, son (M, age 4 6/12, single) - born in Nebraska
Peter, Arnold, son (M, age 2 4/12, single) - born in Colorado
Peter, Gerard, son (M, age 6/12, single) - born in Colorado 
Peter, Joseph (I2382)
 
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Farm 35
Burkey, Joseph, head (M, age 70, married)
Burkey, Ottillia, wife (F, age 65, married)

Farm 36
Peter, Arnold F., head (M, age 41, married) - born in Switzerland
Peter, Tillie, wife, (F, age 28, married) - born in Colorado
Peter, Joseph, son (M, age 4 6/12, single) - born in Nebraska
Peter, Arnold, son (M, age 2 4/12, single) - born in Colorado
Peter, Gerard, son (M, age 6/12, single) - born in Colorado 
Peter, Arnold Anthony Jr. (I6016)
 
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Farm 35
Burkey, Joseph, head (M, age 70, married)
Burkey, Ottillia, wife (F, age 65, married)

Farm 36
Peter, Arnold F., head (M, age 41, married) - born in Switzerland
Peter, Tillie, wife, (F, age 28, married) - born in Colorado
Peter, Joseph, son (M, age 4 6/12, single) - born in Nebraska
Peter, Arnold, son (M, age 2 4/12, single) - born in Colorado
Peter, Gerard, son (M, age 6/12, single) - born in Colorado 
Peter, Gerard Benedict (I6017)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles)

Role: Household Member 
Peter, Arnold (I2102)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles)

Role: Household Member 
Peter, Louisa (I6019)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles)

Role: Household Member 
Peter, Walter (I6020)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles)

Role: Household Member 
Peter, Werner (I6021)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles)

Role: Household Member 
Peter, Ralph (I6022)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles)

Role: Household Member 
Peter, Amelia (I6023)
 
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Farm 49
Peters, Walter, head (M, age 57, widowed)
Peters, Louisa, daughter (F, age 23, single)
Peters, Arnold, son (M, age 22, single)
Peters, Walter, son (M, age 20, single)
Peters, Vernerd, son (M, age 19, single)
Peters, Ralph, son (M, age 17, single)
Peters, Amelia, daughter (F, age 16, singles) 
Peter, Walter (I6018)
 
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Farm 70, head is Ben J. Busboom
Peter, Arnold F., hired man (M, age 32, single) 
Peter, Arnold (I2102)
 
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Father is Anders Håkansson but mother is listed as Maja Svensdotter - doesn't appear to be same name as on later Household Exam (Maria Häggblad). I did see a soldier Sven Häggblad from Alingsås on the online soldier's database. Haven't checked it out, but this is a plausible explanation for Maria Häggblad and Maja Svensdotter being one and the same. 
Andersdotter, Caisa (I5999)
 
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Father is Anders Håkansson but mother is listed as Maja Svensdotter - doesn't appear to be same name as on later Household Exam (Maria Häggblad). I did see a soldier Sven Häggblad from Alingsås on the online soldier's database. Haven't checked it out, but this is a plausible explanation for Maria Häggblad and Maja Svensdotter being one and the same. 
Andersson, Anders (I6000)
 
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Father is Anders Håkansson but mother is listed as Maja Svensdotter - doesn't appear to be same name as on later Household Exam (Maria Häggblad). I did see a soldier Sven Häggblad from Alingsås on the online soldier's database. Haven't checked it out, but this is a plausible explanation for Maria Häggblad and Maja Svensdotter being one and the same. 
Andersson, Anders (I6002)
 
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Father is possibly Isaac James
b 16 Mar 1758, Northumberland County, VA
d. 28 Nov 1843

Isaac may have been a revolutionary war soldier who received a pension
S. 18053 
James, George C (I2231)
 
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Alexandra "LuAnn" Pearson, age 69, Leawood, Kan., passed away Monday, December 15, 2008. Funeral Service will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 19, at Village Presbyterian Church, 6641 Mission Rd., Prairie Village, Kan. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, at McGilley State Line Chapel, 12301 State Line Rd., KCMO. Burial at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 20, in Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln, Neb. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to Pearson Productions Scholarship Fund, c/o McGilley State Line Chapel.

Alexandra was born June 30, 1939, in Lincoln. Performing arts and music were her passion from an early age and would remain so throughout her life. She graduated in 1957 from Lincoln Northeast High School and continued at the University of Nebraska where she received her BA in Music and was also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. She went on to earn her MA in music at Vanderbilt-Peabody in Nashville, Tenn. In 1978, the family moved to Leawood, Kan., where she began a successful real-estate career. While her vocation was real-estate, her passion was theatre, establishing Pearson Productions to promote community theatre. Alexandra had a tremendously devoted following of orchestra members, cast and crew.

Alexandra was preceded in death by her parents and one daughter, Evie Sue. Alexandra leaves behind her husband of 48 years, Dr. Douglas Pearson. She is also survived by her children, Doug and Amy, a daughter-in-law, Ashley, and two grandchildren, Bentley and Zoe. She will be missed by many loving family and friends. Arrangements: McGilley State Line Chapel (816) 942-6180.
Published in the Kansas City Star on 12/17/2008 
Bell, Alexandra "Lexy" Lou (I1250)
 
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Alvina is buried in an unmarked grave with her grandparents Swan and Kjersti Pearson, their graves are also unmarked, near the East fence. Alvina's parents were Harry Samuel Pearson and Clara Augusta (Walin) Pearson. 
Pearson, Alvina Jeanette (I1377)
 
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At about 4:15, the unit was called to a one-car accident on April 27, 1977 about six miles south of Emerson on Highway 59. A southbound late model Volkswagen van driven by Richard Brown, 33, formerly of Emerson, apparently fell asleep at the wheel and left the road and overturned. Brown was killed instantly.
His present address was listed as Burlington Junction, Mo. He was thrown from the vehicle as it left the road, and the vehicle passed over his body.
He was pronounced dead at the scene by Mills County Medical Examiner, Dr. Robert Fryzek. The accident was covered by Highway Patrol Trooper Chuck Vail and Mills County Deputy Sheriff Ed James.
Mr. Brown is survived by his wife, the former Lana McKee of Emerson, and three sons, Adam, R.W. and Mark, and by his parents, the Vernon Browns of Red Oak, a brother James Brown of Council Bluffs, and his sisters, Mrs. Gordon Thomas and Mrs. Keith Veager, Villisca, and Paula Brown, Red Oak. Funeral services are pending.
Malvern Leader, April 28, 1977
Final Rites Held For Richard W. Brown
A former Emerson resident, Richard W. Brown, 32, Clearmont, Mo., was killed about 4:15 a.m., April 27, in a one vehicle accident 6 miles south of Emerson on U.S. 59. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brown, Red Oak.
According to Iowa Highway Patrol Trooper Charles Vaile of Shenandoah, Brown apparently went to sleep and the van he was driving left the highway and overturned. Brown was thrown from the van and it passed over his body when it overturned.
Brown was pronounced dead at the scene by Dr. Robert Fryzek, Mills County Medical Examiner. Mills County Deputy Sheriff Ed James assisted Trooper Vaile at the scene.
Funeral services were held Friday, April 29, at 2 p.m. at First Baptist church, Clearmont, Mo., with the Rev. Don Barnett officiating. Burial was in Emerson Cemetery
and arrangements were by Mansfield-Hertz Funeral Home, Malvern.
Brown was a Vietnam Conflict veteran and a student at Iowa Western Community College, Clarinda.
He is survived by his wife at Clearmont, the former Lana McKee of Emerson; three sons, Mark, R.W. and Adam, all at home; parents, Red Oak; mother, Mrs. Rowena Nolle of Wiota; brother, James, Council Bluffs; three sisters, Mrs. Gordon Thomas and Mrs. Keith Yeager, both Villisca, and Paul Brown of Red Oak, Iowa
Malvern Leader May 5, 1977 
Brown, Richard W (I1418)
 
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born in Siangyang, Hupeh, China. Her parents were missionaries to China. 
Nelson, Frances Katheryn Amelia (I1380)
 
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Clara married Harry Samuel Pearson on January 21, 1920 in Ceresco, Saunders, NE. She later married Francis Anthony Carter. Her full name was Clara Augusta Walin (Pearson) Carter. 
Walin, Clara Augusta (I0423)
 
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Dwight C. Shaw, 87, Glenwood
Dwight C. Shaw, 87, of Glenwood died April 23, 2000 at UNMC in Omaha. Visitation will be today, April 26, 2000, 7-8 p.m. at Peterson Mortuary. Funeral services will be April 27, 2000, 10:00 a.m., at Peterson Mortuary with burial in the Emerson Cemetery. Rev. Lonney Hulsey will officiate the services.
Mr. Shaw was the son of Charles and Cora (Nims) Shaw, born July 29, 1912 in Emerson. He was married to Marilee (Peterson) Hill. He farmed in Emerson for 30 years and moved to Glenwood around 1972. He worked at Glenwood State Hospital-School as a resident treatment worker. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Kenneth, Ray and Fred.
Survivors include his wife; children, Dan and wife Carolyn Shaw of New Hampton, Maty Ellen and husband Ronnie Perkins of Mobile, Ala., Stanley and wife Laura Shaw of Omaha, Neb., Arlyne Schulte of Omaha, Neb., and Grant Shaw of Omaha, Neb.; the children's mother, Opal McKee Wendt of Omaha, Neb.; step-children, Randy Hill of Malvern, Michael and wife Bonnie Hill of Co. Bluffs, and Alan and wife Donna Hill of Plattsmouth, Neb.; 11 grandchildren; 15 greatgrandchildren; two step-grandchildren; two step-greatgrandchildren; and sisters, Erma Jordan of LaCrosse, Wise, and Maxine Sanders of Minneapolis, Minn.
Memorials are suggested to the Epilepsy Foundation or the Mills County Historical Society.
Opinion Tribune April 26, 2000 
Shaw, Dwight (I1058)
 
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Entered the service December 14, 1917, and served with M. P. Co., 28th Division. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Walin of Ceresco, Neb. 
Walin, Andrew Herman (I0419)
 
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Funeral services were held at the Emerson Baptist church for S. S. McKee Sr., at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Wm. Van Antwerp in charge on Friday, Oct. 4, 1968.
Honorary pallbearers were Charles Lees, L. V. Bradley, Morris Evans, Harold Smith, Frank Durbin, Boyd Nuckols, John R. Lauritzen and Edward L. Lnughlin. Pall bearers were grandsons, Grant Shaw, Joseph McKee, Stanley Shaw, Russell McKee, Mark J. Parker, Daniel M. Shaw, Charles McKee, James B. Parker, Kenneth McKee, Samuel L. McKee and Ross Parker.
Music was furnished by Mrs. Edward Greenwood, organist and Frederick Larson, soloist. Mrs. Gilbert Carlson jr., Mrs. Alfred Anderson and Mrs. Francis Parker were in charge cf the floral offerings. Ushers were Ivan Durbin, Gordon Frink and Edward Greenwood.
Humanity Lodge No. 378, A. F. and A.M. were in charge of the graveside rites at the Emerson cemetery.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. McKee, he was born July 18, 1889, at Adrian, Mo., and passed away Oct. 1. 1968, at the Red Oak hospital after an illness of six weeks.
He had farmed in the Emerson area for more than 60 years. In 1911 he was married to Juilia E. Trued, who passed away in 1953, and in 1954 he was married to Lois Gauld, who
survives. Other survivors are four sons, Joseph J. and Vernon D., both of Emerson, LeRoy K. (Pat) and Samuel S. Jr.. both of Red Oak; three daughters, Mrs. Opal Shaw of Red Oak, Mrs. Lola Adkins of Des Moines and Mrs. Mildred Parker of Villisca: Two brothers, Stanley of Buller, Mo., and George of Amsterdam, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Olive Faulkner of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Mrs.Maude Warnick of Peru, III; 27 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren.
For many years Mr. McKce had been a leader in community affairs, he was honored by the Omaha Chamber of Commerce in 1958 as a Pioneer Shipper. He served as a Director cf the Emerson State Bank for 20 years, and was a member of the First Baptist church, Humanity Lodge No. 378. AF & AM, and of the OES all of Emerson.
Malvern Leader, October 10, 1968 
Sr., Sam Sullivan McKee (I1053)
 
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IRVIN G. JONES

Irving G. Jones was born November 25, 1938 in Stromsburg, Polk County, Nebraska and passed away June 12, 2005 in Overland Park, Johnson County, Kansas.
Rosary was held at Butherus, Master & Love Chapel on Wednesday, June 15, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. Funeral Mass was held at Cathedral Of The Risen Christ on Thursday, June 16, 2005 at 10:30 a.m., Celebrant was Father Robert Tucker. Music was "How Great Thou Art", "Amazing Grace", "Ave Maria", and "Be Not Afraid". Soloist was Gretchen Doerneman. Organist was David Schmidt. Pallbearers were Jerry Kremer, Roger Hurt, Tony Buresh, Claude Hall, Larry Miley, Brad Jones, and Mitchell Jones. Honorary Pallbearers were Larry Ficke, Don Nichols, and Rodney Kennedy.

Military Services performed by Nebraska Army National Guard. Interment in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska at 12:00 p.m.
Memorials to Stroke Foundation or To the Family. Arrangements by Butherus, Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
 
Jones, Irvin Gayle (I0103)
 
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Lana Kay McKee Brown, 60, of Olathe, Kan., formerly of Malvern, died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005, following an extended illness.
Lana was born March 13, 1945, in St. Paul, Neb. to Joseph J. McKee and Mildred E. McKee
She is survived by her three sons and daughter in laws, Mark Brown and wife Jennifer of Olathe, Kan., R.W. Brown and wife Danielle of Chicago, and Adam Brown and wife Jamie of Ames, one granddaughter, Ella Kay, mother, Mildred E. McKee of Red Oak, mother in law, Angie Brown of Sherman, Texas, sister, Dana Wellhausen and husband Keith of Clarinda, two brothers, Joe McKee and wife Suzy of Spirit Lake, Iowa, and Ken McKee and wife Pat of Emerson, three sisters in law, Janet Thomas and husband Gordon of Villisca, Jackie Yeager and husband Keith of Red Oak, and Paula Ridenour and husband Jerry of Houston, brother in law, Jim Brown and wife Liz of Hilton Head, S.C., five nephews, Chad Wellhausen, Brett Wellhausen and wife Melissa all of Clarinda, JJ McKee and wife Becky of Denver, Chad McKee and wife Diane of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Monte McKee of Colorado Springs, niece, Jennifer Bradley and husband Darrin of Omaha, many other relatives and friends.

A memorial fund has been established and interment was in the Emerson Cemetery.
 
McKee, Lana K (I1076)
 
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Lola I. McKee, age 78, of Red Oak, Iowa formerly of Emerson, Iowa passed away Monday, September 13, 2004 at the Creighton Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Lola Irene McKee was born April 2, 1926 in rural Macedonia, Iowa. She graduated from the Macedonia Consolidated High School in 1943 and later graduated from Commercial Extension Business School in Omaha, Nebraska. Lola was united in marriage to Vernon McKee on October 27, 1946 in Macedonia, Iowa. They farmed and raised livestock all of their lives in Mills County, Iowa. Vernon preceded Lola in death in May of 1998. Lola recently moved into Red Oak. She was a member of the Grace Baptist Church and the Go Ye Fellowship. Lola loved the Lord and shared the Gospel with her friends and family. She enjoyed inviting young people to church activities and often made sure they had a ride to attend these events. She helped organize and lead the 4-H Club Indian Deerettes in Mills County. Lola loved to make quilts for all her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Lola's other hobbies include reading and gardening.

Lola was preceded in death by her parents; husband: Vernon; brothers: Don and Loren Bradshaw; sisters: Winona Leimbach and Leora Miller; and several brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.

Survivors include her children: Charles McKee and wife Deanna of Red Oak, Iowa; Russell McKee and wife Louisa of Malvern, Iowa; and Carol Hall and husband Jerrold of Traverse City, Michigan; grandchildren: Phillip McKee and wife Susan of Johnstoton, Iowa; Julia Goheen and husband Scott of Des Moines, Iowa; Jason McKee of Glenwood, Iowa; Paula Reyhons and husband Jay of Ankeny, Iowa; Timothy Hall and wife Rachael of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; Luke McKee and wife Julie of Marysville, Ohio; and Kevin Hall and wife Rebekah of Newport News, Virginia; great grandchildren: Jessica and Brooklyn McKee and Devin Hall; sisters-in-law: Gayle Bradshaw of Griswold, Iowa; Opal Wendt of Omaha, Nebraska; Lola Adkins of Des Moines, Iowa; Mildred McKee of Red Oak, Iowa; Grace McKee of Emerson, Iowa; and Audrey McKee Vance of Oakland, Iowa; brother-in-law: Gail "Bud" Parker of Red Oak, Iowa and many other relatives and friends. 
Bradshaw, Lola (I1083)
 
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Mildred I. McKee
August 11, 1917 - February 25, 2007
Birthplace: Howard County, NE

Resided In: Red Oak, Iowa

Visitation 2/28/2007
Nelson-Boylan-LeRette Funeral Chapel
Service 3/1/2007
Grace Baptist Church
Burial 3/1/2007
Emerson Cemetery
Mildred I. McKee, age 89, of Red Oak, Iowa passed away Sunday, February 25, 2007 at the Good Samaritan Care Center. Mildred Ingelborg McKee was born August 11, 1917 in Howard County, Nebraska the daughter of Marius and Ingelborg Hansen Larsen. S She attended school in District 65 and District 7 near St. Paul, Nebraska. Mildred was united in marriage to Joseph John McKee on January 31, 1942 in Cushing, Nebraska. After WWII, they began farming north of Red Oak near Wales and then moved to the Stanton area. In 1960 they moved to the "homeplace" on highway 34 near Emerson. In 1992 Mildred moved to Red Oak.

Mildred attended Grace Baptist Church in Red Oak. In her earlier years she was a Hospice Volunteer and a Sunday School Teacher. She also had been active in various ladies groups, school related organizations, and Bible Study Groups. She loved her family, enjoyed working with her husband, and she cared deeply for her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband: Joseph J. McKee on May 5, 1979; parents: Marius and Ingelborg Larsen; daughter: Lana Kay Brown on October 23, 2005; and son-in-law: Richard Brown on April 26, 1977 and numerous brothers and sisters-in-law. Survivors include her daughter: Dana Wellhausen and husband Keith of Clarinda, Iowa; sons: Joe McKee and wife Suzy of Okoboji, Iowa; and Kenneth McKee and wife Pat of Omaha, Nebraska; nine grandchildren: Chad Wellhausen and wife Allison of Cllarinda, Iowa; Brett Wellhausen and wife Melissa of Clarinda, Iowa; Mark Brown and wife Jennifer of Noblesville, Indiana; R.W. Brown and wife Danielle of Shorewood, Illinois; Adam Brown and wife Jamie of Burlington, Wisconsin; Chad McKee and wife Diane of Sioux Falls South Dakota; Monte McKee and wife Grace of Colorado Springs, Colorado; J.J. McKee and wife Becky of Highlands Ranch, Colorado; and Jennifer Bradley and husband Darrin of Bennington, Nebraska; 12 great grandchildren; two brothers: Andy Larsen of California; and Virgil Larsen of Hays, Kansas; brother-in-law: Gail Parker of Red Oak, Iowa; sisters-in-law: Grace McKee of Red Oak, Iowa; Lola Adkins of Des Moines, Iowa; and Audrey Vance and husband Claire of Oakland, Iowa; and many cousins and other relatives and friends. Mildred is now in the loving arms of her Savior and is greatly missed by all who knew her.

Funeral services will be held 10 AM Thursday, March 1, 2007 at the Grace Baptist Church with Pastor Gary Walters officiating. Burial will be in the Emerson Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be held from 7-8 PM Wednesday, February 28, 2007 at the Nelson-Boylan-LeRette Funeral Chapel. Memorials are suggested to the Grace Baptist Church.

Nelson-Boylan-LeRette Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. 
Larsen, Mildred Ingelborg (I1068)
 
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VIENNA, Va. 
Nelson, Glen Walter (I0756)
 
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WAHOO - Sylvia A. Mattson, 82, of Wahoo died Tuesday, Aug. 27 at A.J. Merrick Manor in Fremont.
Mattson was born Oct. 6, 1919, to Frank A. and Anna Marie (Chmelka) Jelinek in Weston. She graduated from Weston High School in 1937 and Midland College in Fremont in 1967.
On June 21, 1947, she was united in marriage to Lester E. Mattson in Ceresco. The couple lived in the rural Ceresco area before moving to Wahoo in 1982.
She was an elementary school teacher for 38 years. She taught in rural Saunders County country schools and West Ward Elementary in Wahoo before retiring in 1986.
She was a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church in Ceresco and attended Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Wahoo; president of the Wahoo Area Retired Teachers Association; treasurer of the Saunders County Genealogical Seekers; American Legion Auxiliary Post 82 of Wahoo; Serenading Seniors Novelty Band; and Wahoo Senior Center.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; sisters, Ann M. Jelinek and Leona Parker.
She is survived by daughters and son-in-law, June and Roger Vogel of Fremont and Janice K. Harroun of Lincoln; grandchildren, Curt Maly of Freeport, Ill., Steve Maly of Lincoln and Mark Maly of Fremont; step grandsons, Matt Vogel of Fremont and Mitch Vogel of Salina, Kan.; brothers and sisters-in-law, Francis Jelinek of Wahoo, Max and Sandy Jelinek of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Donald and Eleanor Jelinek of Wahoo; sisters and brother-in-law, Adeline Johnson of Wahoo, Shirley and William Ingram of Wesleco, Texas and Dorothy Slemin of Wahoo; nieces and nephews.
Services were held Saturday, Aug. 31, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Wahoo with Rev. Kent Morse officiating.
Honorary casket bearers were Curt, Steve and Mark Maly, Matt and Mitch Vogel.
Casket bearers were Lloyd Johnson Jr., Dick Parker, Jack Jelinek, Randy Ingram, Rodney Jelinek and Lyle Stearnes.
Burial was at Sunrise North Cemetery in Wahoo.
Memorials may be made to the Sylvia Mattson Elementary Education Teaching Scholarship in care of First National Bank, P.O. Box 68, Wahoo, NE 68066.
Svoboda Funeral Home of Wahoo was in charge of the arrangements. 
Jelinek, Sylvia Agnes (I1404)
 
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wed to Emma Maria Anderson on June 14, 1906. They were missionaries to China.

Obituary of Carl Johan Nelson:
Enroute Home At Swedeburg From China For A Vacation Of Several Months
The people of this vicinity were very grieved to hear of the death of Rev. Carl Nelson, a
Swedeburg boy, who has been serving as a missionary in China for the past ten years, his demise
occurring at San Francisco Thursday, August 23rd.
He and his family were enroute to Saunders county for a much needed vacation after an
absence of nearly 10 years, and his death comes as an almost unbearable shock to his aged father,
John Nelson of Swedeburg as well as to the mother of his wife, Mrs. Olof Anderson of Malmo,
both of whom had been looking eagerly forward to the rrival of their children from the Orient.
The deceased was born and raised in Saunders county and has a host of friends around
Swedeburg, Ceresco and Wahoo. He was a brother to David and Oscar Nelson, of Swedeburg
and to Mrs. Elmer Gustafson of Wahoo. His remains are expected to arrive in Fremont tomorrow
and the funeral will be held at the Swedeburg Mission Church Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. 
Nelson, Carl Johan (I0653)
 
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First name not known. Became head of a papermill at Lingonbacka in
Uppland. Also an Assessor in Bergskollegium and a Knight of Vasaorden. He
went bankrupt and disappeared in 1789, left the country and went to an
unknown fate. 
Hultman (I44)
 
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German Name«tab» Stephanshain
Alternate Name 1:«tab»Steffanshain 1369
Polish/Russian Name«tab»Szczepanek
Kreis/County«tab» Schweidnitz
German Province«tab»Schlesien
Today's Province«tab»Dolnoslaskie
Location«tab» East 16°37' North 50°53'
Google Map«tab» Google Maps (Stephanshain)
Map Number«tab» 104
Location Description«tab»This village/town is located 3.7 km and 61 degrees from Groß Merzdorf, which is known today as Marcinowice

Lutheran Parish«tab»seiferdau 1905
Catholic Parish «tab»Weizenrodau 1845, 1905
Standesamt/Civil Registry«tab»Stephanshain 1905
Gemeindelexikon/Town Index«tab»VI-62-90
Population By Year/Einwohner«tab» 1840: 617
1905: 510
Remarks«tab» Knie Page 658. Add 188 Residents for Gutsbezirk in 1905. Gemeindelexikon Code: VI-62-173 
Winkler, Joseph (I2095)
 
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Fritz inherited Christian's farm in Chapman Precinct. He later bought the farm 3 
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from findagrave memorial

HARRIET DILL BASS
Mrs. Zeno Bass age 85, a resident of Mills County since 1875, passed away last Friday morning at home of her son Mayo Bass north of Tabor, after a brief illness. Mrs. Bass was a native of Indiana, but came west to Kansas in 1868, and to Mills Coo., Iowa in 1875. She was the mother of seven children, of whom six survive, Mrs. Emily Timmons of Valley, Nebr.; Mrs. Ida Dillehay of Council Bluffs; Mrs. Nannie Hodges of Glenwood; Mayo Bass of Tabor; Zeno Bass Jr. of Strahan; and Louis Bass of Malvern.

For 40 years Mr. and Mrs. Bass made their home on their farm in Rawles Township, but in 1912 retired and made their home in Malvern until the death of Mr. Bass in 1923. Since then the mother has made her home with her children. Besides her sons and daughters she is survived by 26 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held in the Methodist Church in Malvern Sunday afternoon. Conducted by Rev. Schearmann, assisted by Rev. Rarick. Music was furnished by Mrs. D.O. Cunningham, Mrs. John Beckwith, R.M. Criswell and J.R McClymond. Accompanied by Mrs. Hubert Chambers.

Pallbearers were grandsons Austin Bass, Lyle Hodges, Herman Dillehay, Royal Bass, Mayo Bass and Rex Timmons.
Interment was in the Malvern Cemetery.

TABOR BEACON JULY 8, 1931

The following is the obituary:

Harriet Dill was born in Morgantown, Indiana, Jan. 4, 1846. She was the daughter of Peter and Emily Dill. She spent the early years of her life in Indiana until the time of her marriage to Zeno Bass, Feb. 21, 1866.

Seven children were born to their union; one son, Ora, died at the age of twenty-five years. The others survive her. They are: Mrs. Emily Timmons of Valley, Nebr., Mrs. Ida Dillehay of Council Bluffs, Mrs. Nannie Hodges and Mayo Bass of GlenwoodZeno Bass of Strahan, and Louis Bass of Malvern. She is also survived by twenty-six grandchildren and twenty-three great grandchildren.

They moved to Kansas shortly after they were married where they resided for several years and then moved to Iowa, locating on a farm in Rawles township, Mills county, in 1875. Here they lived for thirty-nine years, building up one of the fine fafarms of that section and adding to it as time went by. Here they reared their fine family and their hospitable home was known far and near. Mrs. Bass was a good neighbor and many there be who recall her many acts of kindness and neighborly help. She was a firm and devout believer in her God and read the Bible as her daily guide.

In 1912 they retired from the farm and moved to Malvern where they built a fine home in the northwest part of town and here they lived until 1923 when Mr. Bass died. Since then she has made her home much of the time with her children. The past few months she seemed to be in fair health and when in town a short time ago she seemed very cheerful and enjoyed visiting with her friends as they came to see her. She was remarkably preserved for one of her age. Her death came as a distinct shock to all who knew her. She will be missed. 
Dill, Harriet (I855)
 
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from findagrave memorial:

The Franklin Democrat, Friday, November 30, 1888, Volume XXIX, Number 23, page 1, column 4

Death of Mrs. Emily Dill.

Mrs. Emily Dill, widow of the late Peter Dill, died at her home in this city Wednesday morning, of heart trouble. She was born in Ohio April 18, 1808, and had been joined to her late husband in a happy married life of more than fifty-nine yearsrs, and since his death, Oct. 23d, last, she has exhibited so much melancholy that her deceased was not a surprise to her bereaved family. She leaves eight children, five sons and three daughters who are called upon in an unusual degree to suffer the loss of both father and mother in the brief space of a little more than a month. Mrs. Dill was a faithful wife, an affectionate mother and an exemplary neighbor and she departs from earthly scenes with the full honors of a well-directed life. She was a member of the Christian church of this city, but funeral services were held at her late residence in compliance with a request made by her a few days prior to her death, on Thursday at 1:30 o'clock p.m. 
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from findagrave memorial:

Zeno Bass, son of Henry and Susannah, grandson of Arthur and Rebecca Bass, was born in Morgantown, Ind., on Sept. 29, 1844. Here he spent the early part of his life, and on February 21, 1866, he was united in marriage with Harriet Dill of Morgantown, Ind., who has been a faithful helpmate.

Seven children were born to this union ---namely Mrs. Emily Timmons of Valley, Nebr., Ora, who died at the age of twenty-five years; Mayo of Genva, Nebr.; Mrs. Ida Dillehay of Logan, Iowa; Zeno Jr. of Strahan; Louis of Malvern; and Mrs. Nannie Hodges of Hasting, Iowa. There are also twenty-six grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren, who with the widow and surviving children, are left to mourn his loss.

He moved with his family in 1867 to Kansas, where he resided for six years and then came to Iowa 1873, locating on a farm in Rawles township and here continued to make their home for thirty-nine years.

Not only was he a farmer of unusual ability, taking a great interest in keeping his farm one of the best in the community, but was also a true friend, often traveling miles to aid a sick neighbor. His interests were always in others, as might be demonstrated by his honest business dealing, making it a pleasure to business men to have dealing with him. He was a firm believer in all powerful God and accomplished much for his Maker. He was member of the Masonic fraternity since early manhood, taking great interest in its work and molding his life according to its teaching.

Coming to Malvern in 1912, he and his wife retired from farm life and built a beautiful home in northwest Malvern. There they continued to live until his death,September 19, 1923, having lived to the ripe old age of 78 years, 11 months and 20 days---a life of usefulness and a character worthy of emulation, and has left a vacancy that can never be filed.

September 21 was an ideal day and at his late home in Malvern funeral services were held in the afternoon at two o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. E. Wilkins of the Baptist church. People had come in large numbers from every part of the county to papay their respects to one of the fine pioneers of our county. Music for the services was provided by Messre. Robert Criswell, J. R. McClymonds and Mesdames F. R. Chantry and Lawrence Talbott. The Mascoic order---Fred Dickersbaugh, Yandell SeatonJohn Beckwith, Otto Kline, Clayton Roberts, C. Woodhill. His Masonic brothers of Malvern were present in good numbers as funeral escort. At the grave the ritualistic ceremony of the order was given by C.S. Royce, and truly impressive was it delivered.

There was present at the services Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Timmons and family of Valley, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Frasier, the latter a grand-daughter, of Ceresco, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Bass, Geneva, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Dillehay of Logan, Iowa. One remarkable fact stated in the annals of Zeno Bass Sr. was that he had never been sick previous to the illness that came upon him some few weeks ago. This isindicative of the fine life he lived. Few men or women of 79 years have such a record. One cannot speak of such a man in other than complimentary words. Zeno Bass Sr. has such a record as neighbor and citizen that any man would not be criticized for envying him. For near two score years he lived and labored on the same farm, aand kept well physically. He dealt fairly with everyone, and thus won the friendship of scores with whom he had business relations. In his life his children found an inspiration that gave them a right view of life. He did not need official honors to make him a marked man. His character and life were such as to give him the highest regard by his neighbors. Several years ago Mr. and Mrs. Bass divided their property among their children, in full confidence that those children would meet ttheir obligations to their parents. The children's ministrations to father and mother proved their devotion, and the splendid teaching in the home circle. No children could ask a richer legacy than the Bass children received from their parents as to life's duties and responsibilities.

Tabor Beacon Sept. 27,1923 
Bass, Zeno (I854)
 
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From Jane Otto book:

Raymond and Mabel farmed east of Ceresco in Green Precinct for a few years after they were married, and later moved to Havelock, NE and ran the Joyo Theater there with his brother Clarence. Mabel did textile painting as a hobby, and also taught classes in it. 
Frasier, Mabel May (I1089)
 
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From Mary Anne Hrubesky:
Andrew's Story

Most of the dates given here on the Fraser family in Scotland have been obtained through census figures, and old parish records of marriages and births. Additional information on Andrew has been passed down through generations of his descendants in the United States. This provides some interesting facts. Andrew and his brother Alexander lost their mother when they were very small children. Their father, an agricultural laborer at Law in the parish of Kennethmont in Aberdeenshire, remarried almost immediately, had three more children and then apparently died when his older sons were still young lads. It's likely that they were raised by their step-mother with their three half-siblings. They were 6 and 8 years older than their young half-brother Joseph. Although Andrew and likely Alexander both went to America, they would remain in touch with Joseph throughout their lives.

At the age of 18 (about 1840), Andrew enlisted in the British Army. He was placed in the regiment called "The Queen's Guards. All of the guards were exactly 6'2" tall. They served as "Escort and Protector of the Queen" and were always on duty for Festival occasions. Andrew was on guard duty at Westminster Abbey and was one of those to fire a salute at the birth of Queen Victoria's first two children. They were Victoria in November of 1840 and Albert Edward in November of 1841. At some point prior to around 1855, Andrew wanted to leave The Queen's Guard so he could come to America. His brother Joseph is reported to have furnished quite a sum of money so that Andrew could leave the Army. ($500 is mentioned but this seems a very large amount for the 1850s.)

Andrew is next seen in Wisconsin around 1855-1856. The newly formed state of Wisconsin made great efforts in the 1850s to attract immigrants from foreign countries and they flocked there en masse. At this point Andrew had changed the spelling of his name to Frasier for reasons unknown. In early 1857 he was married and several months after that he purchased 44 acres of land. In the 1860 census, he gives $500 as the value of his real estate. He remained a farmer through his life. His family moved to western Iowa in 1873. He died there in 1881.

His only son, Edward Alexander, soon settled in eastern Nebraska where he purchased land and farmed it for his entire life. One small custom from Scotland accompanied Andrew across the ocean and has been in use to the present day. That is the administering of an "Aberdeen Sweetie." This is a sharp tap on the head with a flick of the thumb. Andrew's great, great grandchildren can agree that an Aberdeen Sweetie will get your attention without fail.

An Added Note: On his journey from Scotland to America, Andrew apparently brought his sword with him. One assumes this was his ceremonial sword from his days in the Queen's Guards in London. It would endure for many years. After his death, it would be in the keeping of his son Edward. The family of Edward's oldest son, Chester, remember the sword as "being in the barn." Quite a journey for this sword, from Queen Victoria's palaces in London to a Nebraska barn.

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Notes about Andrew's possible military service:
I run the' Yeomen of the Guard' which takes in pensioned ex-servicemen having completed a full career in the forces. We have no record of an Andrew Fraser ever serving with us in this Royal Body Guard. (Formed in 1485)

There is no such Regiment as the Queen's Guard that I know of, that is the name given to the unit/Regiment providing the Royal Guard on any given day.

So today for example the Queen's Guard is found by the Scots Guards yesterday it was the Coldstream Guards.

Sorry I am unable to be of more help.

MSM.
Clive Stevens | Messenger Sergeant Major | Yeomen of The Guard 
Fraser, Andrew (I1116)
 
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From MaryAnne Hrubesky:

The records of three real estate transfers were found in the Lincoln newspapers.

From The Evening State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska) January 1, 1937: Provident Savings & Loan to Clarence Frasier and Raymond W. Williamson, L 13 and 14 except E 10 ft. of L14, B 15 Havelock 1.00

From The Nebraska State Journal October 14, 1944: Raymond Williamson and w to Clarence Frasier L 13 and 14; B 15 and L 7 B 32, all in Havelock. (rev. $3.30) 1.00

From The Lincoln Star May 6, 1975: Frasier, Clarence D and wife to F & B Investments, Inc., L 15, B 15, Havelock, $39,000.

(These properties were The Joyo Theater located in downtown Havelock. The first transfer shows the purchase of The Joyo by Clarence Frasier and his brother-in-law, Raymond W. Williamson. The second item would be the transfer of the share of ownership held by Raymond and his wife (Mabel Frasier Williamson) to Clarence Frasier. The final transfer would be the sale of the Joyo Theater upon Clarence's retirement. 
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from May 3, 1972 article in "Gazette"
The Peter Dill Family
by Judge Noble K. Little

(The following column was submitted by Mrs. Alma Fraker of Martinsville. It was prepared with the cooperation of Mrs. Ruth Shrake of Bloomington, and in part was taken from an early issue of the now defunct "Morgantown Truth." Contributions of this nature are certainly appreciated. You may forward your directly to the Gazette or to me at Box 228, Martinsville, IN 46151)

On a farm near Germantown, Ohio, Peter Dill was born. He was married to Emily Patton, who was born at Middletown, Ohio on April 21, 1809. Peter was born on October 2, 1807. To this union were born eleven children:

1. Lucy A., Feb 12, 1830 in Germantown, Ohio
2. Eurasmus, Dec. 7, 1831 in Germantwon, Ohio
3. Richard M., Aug. 7, 1833 in Germantown, Ohio
4. Jas M., Aug 14, 1835 in Germantown, Ohio
5. Sarah, Sep 14, 1838 in Cass Co., Indiana
6. Francis M., May 30, 1841 in Morgantown, Indiana
7. Mary (said to be a twin of Francis M)
8. Emeline, Sep 2, 1843 in Morgantown, Indiana
9. [Karen's note: there is no #9 in the list, it should be Harriet)
10. John M., Mar 23, 1849 in Morgantown, Indiana
11. Peter M., Dec 9, 1852 in Morgantown, Indiana

Sometime after 1835, the Dills sold their farms and in covered wagons started west to illinois. In Indiana, Peter Dill became so impressed with the country in Cass Co. he decided to go no further, so he and his wife and four children established a home where they lived until 1840, moving from there to Morgan Co. There they built a cabin on the banks of Stott's Creek a few miles north of Morgantown, Indiana.

Mr. Dill made a success and we might say a fortune as he cleared this land of hte heavy timber and brought these broad fertile acres into a state of production and the immense yield of grain was fed into hogs and cattle which made Mr. Dill a very wealthy man.

In his last years Peter Dill moved to Franklin, Ind. He died there on October 28, 188 at the age of 81. His wife, Emily, died 37 days later on november 29, 1888 at the age of about 80.

Richard Monroe Dill, the son of Peter and Emily Patton Dill, was born on August 17, 1833 ...[read remainder of article under Richard's notes]

In 1853, Peter Dill, William Lang and Harvey Coleman began cutting timber for the first mill built in Morgantown, Indiana. It was at this time that R.M. Dill became acquainted with Mr. Lang's daughter, Matilda.

When the mill was finished and in operation, Mr. Coleman sold his interests to Wm. Lang, who had acquired Peter Dill's interests and then sold the mill to Stevens and Robinson, later buying it back and taking in his son-in-law, R.M. Dill, as a ffull partner. This partnership continued till 1867 when R.M. Dill became the sole owner and the business was conducted as R.M. Dill and Sons. Mr. Waltman bought the mill in 1889 and converted the mill from an old burr type to a roller mill. Again in 1896 Mr. Dill purchased the mill.

From findagrave memorial:

The Franklin Democrat, Friday, May 25, 1888, Volume XXVIII, Number 48, page 5, column 3

Peter Dill of our city is still quite feeble and is confined to his home with heart trouble. He was eighty years old last October and his wife passed her eightieth birthday last month. This venerable couple had been married over fifty-nine years and of their eleven children all but one lived to have families of their own. The many friends of Mr. Dill throughout the county will unite with us in the hope for his recovery from his present illness.

The Franklin Democrat, Friday, October 26, 1888, Volume XXIX, Number 18, page 5, column 4

Death of Peter Dill, Sr.

Peter Dill, who has been sick at his home in this city for many months, died on Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock. Mr. Dill was born in Ohio in 1807, but had been a resident of Indiana since 1836. He was married to Emily Patton fifty-nine years agoooo, who still survives him at the age of eighty years. He moved to Morgan county in 1840, where he remained until 1871 when he removed to this city. Mr. Dill was the father of eleven children, six sons and five daughters, of whom eight are living five sons and three daughters. In early life he united with the Baptist church but upon the disorganization of that church he joined the Christian church of which he remained a faithful member until death. Mr. Dill was a kind father, a good citizen and an exemplary Christian and in his death it can be said that the community has lost one of its worthiest members. His funeral was preached at the Christian church in this city on Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock by Elder S. F. Fowler of Louisville.

The Franklin Democrat, Friday, December 7, 1888, Volume XXIX, Number 24, page 3, column 1

John M. Dill has been appointed administrator of the estate of Peter Dill, deceased. Bond $88,000. 
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From Sharon Fox Nichols via email 6/23/2017:

"This Tony Fleschner was the son of Balthasar Fleschner and Rosena "Rosa" Klauer. You will find them in "The Fox-Simmons Family Ancestry...2015" by me. I am Balthasar's Great-Grand-daughter. His daughter Rose Emily Fleschner married George Fox (fr. WI) and their son Richard Charles Fox was my father. " 
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from: http://www.carolshouse.com/familyhistory/bass/
Early Bass history began in the coastal Virginia Tidewater. For many years Bass historians claimed descent from one single 17th century Bass immigrant who immigrated from London to the Colony of Virginia in 1619. In later years a contrarian point of view has emerged which points to inconsistencies in records attributed to the immigrant Nathaniel Basse. Was there more than one individual by that name in the earliest days of Colonial Virginia? This researcher is still exploring the possibilities.

Henry Bass was the son of Charles Bass, who died in Southampton Co, VA in 1780. Charles Bass' parentage has not yet been definitively proven. Some researchers attribute him to being the oldest child of Richard Basse (grandson of the above menttioned Nathaniel Basse) and his wife Jane Bryant of Nansemund. But that relationship, although possible, is not probable. If our Charles Basse was the son of Richard and Jane (Bryant) Basse, he would have been 99 years old at death. This seems a very unlikely possibility in 18th century Virginia.

Since Charles Bass was living in Southampton adjacent to what may have been Richard Basse's son James Bass, there is a greater likelihood that Charles of Southampton was a grandson of Richard & Jane (Bryant) Basse. Earlier records exist for a Charles Bass in the area of Isle of Wight County that became Southampton County and in Surry County. Could our Charles Bass have been a son of the earlier Charles Bass? Or was he instead, a son of James Bass who he was living adjacent to? Documentation that would prove the parentage of Charles Bass of Southampton Co, VA would be greatly appreciated.

Descendants of Charles Bass

Generation No. 1

1. Charles1 Bass died before December 14, 1780 in Southampton Co, VA1.

Children of Charles Bass are:

+ 2 i. Henry2 Bass, died Bef. August 25, 1785 in Greensville Co, VA.

+ 3 ii. Hardiman Bass.

+ 4 iii. Charles Bass.

+ 5 iv. Arthur Bass.

6 v. Newit Bass1.

7 vi. Mary Bass1. She married Arthur Matthews1.

+ 8 vii. Tabitha Bass.

Generation No. 2

2. Henry2 Bass (Charles1)1 died before August 25, 1785 in Greensville Co, VA2. He married (1) Unknown before 1763 in Virginia. He married (2) Elizabeth Rivers December 23, 1778 in Brunswick Co, VA4, daughter of William Rivers.

Children of Henry Bass and Unknown are:

+ 9 i. Maclin Bass, born Bet. 1755 - 1764 in Virginia; died March 17, 1837 in Haywood Co, TN.

+ 11 iii. Rebecca Bass, born before 1765; died before 1810 in Halifax Co, NC.

10 ii. Priscilla Bass, born after 1764; died before. December 28, 1839. She married George Cain August 13, 1787 in Southampton Co, VA5. He was born about 17586; died before. January 06, 1840 in Greensville Co, VA.

Greensville Co, VA Order Book 1, p. 242, 24 November 1785. Priscilla Bass Orphan of Henry Bass made choice of Charles Portlock for her Guardian he having with William Massenburg and William Blunt his Securities entered into and acknowledged their Bond according to Law.

Deposition taken May 6, 1833 before Greensville County Court. Declaration made by George Cain that he served in the Revolution.
State of Virginia, Greensville County, sat on this sixth day of May 1833 personally in open Court before Henry Wyche, Drewy Matthews, Simon B. Sykes and John J. Hinton, the Court of the county of Greensville now sitting, Cain Cain a resident ooof the said County of Greensville and State of Virginia aged seventy.... years who being first duly sworn according to law doth on this oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of congress passed June 7th 1832 that he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers and served as herein stated that is to say he went as a private in a militia Company from Brunswick County commanded either by Capt. William Batte or Capt. John Maclin he thinks in this particular tour it was the former Capt. Batte this was soon after he was Eighteen years old and before the taking of Norfolk and he thinks twelve or eighteen months after the war commenced he does not recollect the namme of the field officer nor the month or year he entered the sevice nor the precise time he left it in the Town of Portsmouth Virginia. he was afterward called out in the militia on a six weeks tour which he served and was stationed at Chuckatuck in Nansemond County the greated part of the time. At this time he thinks he was commanded by Capt John Maclin he does not recollect the Regt or field officer to which he was attached or commanded. he was called out another tour but cannot recollect whether for six or twelve weeks. he had previous to this time taken the place of his brother Mastin Cain who at the beginning of this his third tour paid back in his turn the time he had served previously for him this service was at or near the town of Petersburg and he was to have joined the army at that place the day the battle was fought there but was driven by the circumstances after battle to cross the Appomattox river some miles or thereabout above Petersburg and join the army the next day at Chesterfield Court House the Coer crossed James River and went to Wilton where he stayed a considerable time and at this time Lafayette joined the Court to which he was attached with two Thousand men. he was called out a fourth time in the militia and was stationed at Surry ole Court House 8until he was taken sic and obtained a furlough. he cannot recollect the length of this tour nor is he sure but thinks and believes it was Capt. Turner Bynum as Capt afterwards MaMajor Thos Cocke he stated back as soon as his health was sufficiently restored for service and joined the army at Richmond the day after Wallaces surrender at Yorktown. His sickness continued several weeks on his return however and report to..... the officer in command Capt. Benj Blunt. he was discharged and....he supposes he lost or mislaid his discharge so that he cannot exhibit it nor has he any documentary evidence and from the lapse of time of his aged infirmity he can add nothing further upon his own knowledge of the... or concerning officers to whose couers he was variously attached he was in no engagement he... ... .... .... ... claim whatsoever to a pension or annuity except the .... and declares that his name is not on the Pension roll of the agency of any state. Sworn to and subscribed on the day and year aforesaid.

Greensville County Sct. This day John Goodrum... a resident of the said County personally appeared before me John J. Hinton a Justice for the said County and made oath that he believes that George Cain of the said County is seventy five years old or thereabouts that he knows that the same George Cain was in the militia and went from the then county of Brunswick and he believes with Capt. John Maclin that the company to which the said Cain was attached marched from Brunswick thru Sury aand crossed James River at the Ferry called Cobham went to Williamburg, Little York and Hampton to Portsmouth Virginia where they were stationed a considerable time that he was at that time attached to the army the not in the same company that he believes the said Cain was called out again probably several times but this applicant cannot tell how long he served in any or either of the tours but that he has known the said Cain from his boyhood having resided near him and mostly in the said County of Greensville ever since the revolutionary war that he believes the said Cain is a man of irreproachable character for integrity and truth given under my hand and seal this fourth day March one thousand eight hundred and thirty three. John Goodrum. (J. J. Hinton JP)

Greensville Co, VA Will Book 5, p. 493
I George Cain of the County of Greensville in the State of Virginia being now very infirm in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and execute this to be my last will and testament in manner and in form following viz. In primismis. My will and desire is that all of my estate both real and personal will be sold on such order as my executor hereafter to be named and appointed may think proper, allowing to all of my negroes, that care capable of choosing for themselves as t this right of choosing their masters or other persons to purchase them and that these whose not capable of choosing for themselves then parents may choose for the. My wish & desire is that my executor do contract and sell them to such persons as they may make choice of and the money arising from the sales of my negroes and other ? both real and personal together with what money may be then due me by ? and open accounts or which may be then on hand an uncond? to be divested after taaking out so much as I shall hereafter will away, in the following manner Court. First, I give one tenth part to the then living children of my Brother Howard Cain decd. Item, I give one tenth part to the then living children of my brother Mastoon Cain decd. Item I give one tenth part to the then living children of my brother John Cain decd. Item. I give one tenth part to to then living children of Herman Abernathy decd who married my Sister Elizabeth. Item. I give one tenth part to the theen living children of Labun Abernathy decd that he has to Sister Celia. Item. I give one tenth part to the then living children of my Sister Lucy Lanier decd. Item I give one tenth part to the then living children of my brother in Law Maclin Bass decd. Item. I give one tenth part to the then living children of my Sister in Law Susannah Short. Rebecca Kirby decd. I give one Tenth part to my Sister in Law - Susannah Short. Item. I give one tenth part to my niece Susan C. Hall, formemerly Susan C. Abernathy and daughter of Jesse Abernathy. Item. I give to my niece Mary Smith formerly Mary Kirby the sum of two hundred dollars. Item I give to Sarah Vaughan formerly Sarah Andrews Four Hundred dollars to be placed by my executor in the hands of some proper person for her benefit to applied before fully for her benefit as she may need it. Subject it in no respect to the contract claim of her husband. My wish is that Burwell G. McLemore and his sister Rebecca G. McLemorre should continue to live with me during my affliction and that my executor pay them for their trouble and attention to me during my affliction. Lastly I nominate and appoint my friend Thomas Spencer executor to this my last will & testament and require him to give no security for his executorships. In witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and seal this 28th day of December 1839. Signed: George (his mark) Cain. Acknowledged in the presence of: Augt C. Butts, John P. Hardaway
At a Court held for the County of Greensville the 6th day of January 1840. This paper waiting purporting to be the Last Will and testament of George Cain decd was produced unto Court by Thomas Spencer the executor therein named proved accordinnng to law by the oaths of Augustus C. Butts and John P. Hardaway the subscribing witness thereto, and orders to be recorded, as the last will and testament of said George Cain decd. And on the motion of the said executor who made oath thereto the will directing no security to be given entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty for $? conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted to the said Spencer for abtaining a probate of said will in due form. Teste: William Blow.

+ 12 iv. Susannah Bass, born Aft. 1764.

Greensville Co, VA Order Book 1, p. 242. 24 November 1785. Susanna Bass Orphan of Henry Bass made Choice of William Massenburg for her Guardian he having with Charles Portlock and William Blunt entered into and acknowledged their Bond according to Law.

+ 13 v. Lydia Bass, born Aft. 1764.

Greensville Co, VA Order Book 1, p. 247. 24 November 1785. Sarah Clifton is apponted Guardian to Lydia Bass Orphan of Henry Bass, she having with Cordey Clifton her Security entered into and acknowledged their Bond according to Law.

Children of Henry Bass and Elizabeth Rivers are:

14 i. Rhoda Bass, born about 17807. She married Nathaniel Kendrick8.

Greensville Co, VA Order Book 1, p. 355-356. 28 February 1788. Benjamin Woodruff is appointed Guardian to Rhoda Bass and Polly Bass Orphans of Henry Bass deceased he having with George Woodruff and Owen Davis his securities entered into and ackowledged this bond in the penalty of five hundred pounds conditioned as the Law directs.

15 ii. Polly Bass, born about 17839. She married James Bryan10.

3. Hardiman2 Bass (Charles1)11,12. He married Ann13.

Children of Hardiman Bass and Ann are:

16 i. Roger Bass13.

17 ii. Burgess Bass14. He married Elizabeth Barker March 17, 1803 in Southampton Co, VA15.

4. Charles2 Bass (Charles1)16. He married Ann.

Children of Charles Bass and Ann are:

18 i. Edwin Bass16. He married Rebeccah Reese17 July 31, 1793 in Southampton Co, VA18.

19 ii. Dixon Bass19.

20 iii. Howell Bass19. He married Charlotte Norvile April 11, 1803 in Southampton Co, VA20.

5. Arthur2 Bass (Charles1)21. He married Agniss Morris Bef. August 07, 1759 in Sussex Co, VA22.

Greensville Co, VA Deed Book 2, p. 77. 18 May 1793. Arthur & Aggy Bass, his wife, of Sussex Co, VA to Drury Jordan of Greensville Co, VA. 100 lbs. VA. 100 acres in Greensville Co, VA Wit: Willis Jordan, Taber Morris, Thomas Bass

Child of Arthur Bass and Agniss is:

21 i. Thomas Bass23.

8. Tabitha2 Bass (Charles1)24.

Child of Tabitha Bass is:

22 i. Jordan Bass24.

Generation No. 3

9. Maclin3 Bass (Henry2, Charles1) was born 1755 - 1764 in Virginia25,26, and died March 17, 1837 in Haywood Co, TN27,28. He married (1) Elizabeth Watson October 18, 1792 in Greensville Co, VA29,30, daughter of Alexander Watson and Edith. She was born 1770 - 1771 in Brunswick Co, VA31, and died 1810 - 1818 in Halifax Co, NC. He married (2) Sarah Elizabeth Pasteur November 20, 181832,33, daughter of Charles Pasteur and Martha McKinnie. She died Aft. August 184534.

Children of Maclin Bass and Elizabeth Watson are:

23 i. George W.4 Bass35, died 1832 in Halifax Co, NC35,36.

Halifax Co, NC Probate Records, NC Archives, December 1832, An Inventory of the estate of Geo W. Bass dec'd in the County of Halifax, State of North Carolina by Henry A. Bass, Administrator.

24 ii. Ann Mariah Bass, born Abt. 1795 in Sussex Co, VA37,38. She married John Willis December 22, 1817 in Halifax Co, NC39; born about 1792 in North Carolina40,41.

1840 Haywood Co, TN Census
1850 Haywood Co, TN Census, p. 25 #322-322

John Willis. October Term 1838. E. H. Porter, assee vs James Boyd, Robert Boyd, Charles H. Boyd, David G. Smith, & John Willis. Court found for the plaintiff.
25 iii. Henry A. Bass, born Abt. 1797 in Sussex Co, VA42,43,44. He married Sarah Jones Bef. 1831; born Abt. 1809 in Hertford Co, NC45,46,47.

1837 Haywood Co, TN Tax List, District #10
1840 Haywood Co, TN Census
1850 Haywood Co, TN Census #443-443
1860 Haywood Co, TN Census, District 6, #509-466

Haywood Co, TN Court of Pleas & Quarter Session. P. 64 June 13, 1834. Ordered to be summoned for Jury duty during the June Term 1834.

Haywood Co, TN Court of Pleas & Quarter Session, p. 384. July 3, 1837. Ordered by the Court that Allen J. Barbee, James L. Green, John Powell, Andrew Hamil, Lewis Capell, James L. Winfield, Willie Jones, Robt. S. Austin, Henry A. Bass, or any five of them be a jury to view and mark a road from Brownsville to the Lauderdale County line in a direction to Ripley and report to the next term of this Court. Iss'd written in the margin.
26 iv. Nancy W. Bass, born Abt. 1800 in Halifax Co, NC48,49,50; died Bet. 1870 - 1873 in Prob. Marshall Co, MS51. She married William W. Hail Bef. 1825; born Abt. 1789 in North Carolina52,53,54; died Bef. March 13, 1873 in Marshall Co, MS55,56,57,58.

1830 Montgomery Co, TN Census, p. 25
1832 Montgomery Co, TN State Census
1837 Marshall Co, MS Tax List
1841 Marshall Co, MS State Census
1850 Marshall Co, MS Census #685, Northern Division, p. 329
1860 Marshall Co, MS Census, Post Office: Mt. Pleasant, Twnship 1 Range 3, #117-116
1870 Marshall Co, MS Census #575-575
Marshall Co, MS Deed: 4 February 1845, William W. Hail & Nancy W. Hail, his wife conveyed 10 acres in Marshall Co, MS to Samuel G. Morton.

Marshall Co, MS Deed: 5 September 1846, William W. & Nancy W. (his wife) Hail conveyed 50 acres in Marshall Co, MS to Ransom Vick.

27 v. Rebecca Jane Bass, born Abt. 1802 in Halifax Co, NC59.

Enumerated on the 1850 Haywood Co, TN Census in the household of her sister Ann Mariah Willis, #322-322.

28 vi. Julia Bass, born Bet. 1807 - 1808 in Halifax Co, VA60,61. She married Arthur W. Loftin brgotr 1834, probably in Tennessee62. He was born about 1810 in Tennessee62.

1850 Fayette Co, TN Census, p. 311, 10th Civil District, #1081-1081, Farmer

29 vii. Sarah L. Bass, born 811 - 181563. She married Lawrence G. Heath January 20, 1830 in Greensville Co, VA64; born Bet. 1801 - 181065,66.

1830 Greensville Co, VA Census, p. 38
1840 Greensville Co, VA Census p. 412, 1 dau & 2 sons 5-10. 1 male 20-30

30 viii. Susan L. Bass.

Child of Maclin Bass and Sarah Pasteur is:

31 i. Martha F. M. A.4 Bass67, born Bef. 182768.

11. Rebecca3 Bass (Henry2, Charles1) was born Bef. 1765, and died before 1810 in Halifax Co, NC. She married Thomas Kirby69 January 16, 1787 in Southampton Co, VA70, son of Richard Kirby. He died in Halifax Co, NC.

Children of Rebecca Bass and Thomas Kirby are:

32 i. Benjamin4 Kirby. He married (1) Elizabeth West 181871. He married (2) Barbara Bef. 183071; born 1809 in Kentucky71.

33 ii. Robert G. Kirby.

34 iii. Isaac Kirby.

35 iv. Mary Kirby. She married Henry Smith.

36 v. Priscilla Kirby. She married Unknown Miles.

37 vi. Thomas M. Kirby, born Bet. 1800 - 1810; died Bet. 1845 - 1850 in Prob. Haywood Co, TN. He married Sarah; died in Carroll Co, MS.

12. Susannah3 Bass (Henry2, Charles1) was born Aft. 1764. She married (1) William Andrews December 20, 1793 in Greensville Co, VA72. She married (2) Unknown Short Aft. 1794.

Child of Susannah Bass and William Andrews is:

38 i. Sarah4 Andrews. She married Unknown Vaughn.

13. Lydia3 Bass (Henry2, Charles1) was born Aft. 1764. She married Jesse Abernathy January 08, 1801 in Greensville Co, VA72.

Child of Lydia Bass and Jesse Abernathy is:

39 i. Susan C.4 Abernathy. She married Unknown Hall.

Endnotes

1. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 82.
2. Greensville Co, VA Order Book 1, p. 232.
4. Brunswick Co, VA Marriage Bonds.
5. Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds & Ministers Returns of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-1810, 24.
6. Deposition May 6, 1833, Greensville Co, VA.
7. Lea Dowd.
8. Rebecca Hitzman, (Tulsa, OK).
9. Lea Dowd.
10. Rebecca Hitzman, (Tulsa, OK).
11. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 82.
12. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 79.
13. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 82.
14. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 79.
15. Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds & Ministers Returns of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-1810, 9.
16. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 72.
17. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 133.
18. Blanche Adams Chapman & Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-1600, (1948).
19. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 82.
20. Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds & Ministers Returns of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-1810, 9.
21. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 72.
22. William Lindsay Hopkins, Sussex County, Va Will Books A - F 1754-1806, 10.
23. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 79.
24. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 82.
25. 1810 Halifax Co, NC Census.
26. 1800 Halifax Co, NC Census.
27. Will Book #1 1826-1839 Haywood Co, TN #285.
28. Haywood County April Court 1837, p. 291.
29. Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Greensville County, Virginia 1781-1825, (1955), 6.
30. Greensville Co, VA Clerk of the Circuit Court, Ministers Returns.
31. 1810 Halifax Co, NC Census.
32. Lea Dowd.
33. Halifax Co, NC Marriage Book.
34. David B. Gammon, Records of Estates, Halifax Co, NC Vol III, 55.
35. Maclin Bass Will.
36. David B. Gammon, Records of Estates, Halifax Co, NC, Volume II, 6.
37. 1840 Haywood Co, TN Census.
38. 1850 Haywood Co, TN Census, p. 25, #322-322.
39. David B. Gammon & William L. Murphy, Jr., Marriage Records, Halifax Co, NC 1758-1872, 117.
40. 1840 Haywood Co, TN Census.
41. 1850 Haywood Co, TN Census, p. 25, #322-322.
42. 1840 Haywood Co, TN Census.
43. 1850 Haywood Co, TN Census #443-443.
44. 1860 Haywood Co, TN Census, District 6, #509-466.
45. 1840 Haywood Co, TN Census.
46. 1850 Haywood Co, TN Census #443-443.
47. 1860 Haywood Co, TN Census #509-466.
48. 1850 Marshall Co, MS Census 685.
49. 1870 Marshall Co, MS Census #575-575.
50. 1860 Marshall Co, MS Census.
51. 1870 Marshall Co, MS Census #626.
52. 1850 Marshall Co, MS Census 685.
53. 1870 Marshall Co, MS Census #575-575.
54. 1860 Marshall Co, MS Census.
55. 1870 Marshall Co, MS Census #575-575.
56. Marshall Co, Probate Book 1872-1878, October Term 1874, 301-302.
57. Marshall Co, MS Chancery Book Book 6, 153-154.
58. Marshall Co, MS Chancery Court Minutes, Volume 2, 1872-1874, 278.
59. 1850 Haywood Co, TN Census #322-322.
60. 1850 Fayette Co, TN Census.
61. 1880 Marshall Co, MS Census.
62. 1850 Fayette Co, TN Census.
63. 1830 Greensville Co, VA Census.
64. Greensville Co, VA Marriage Register.
65. 1830 Greensville Co, VA Census.
66. 1840 Greensville Co, VA Census.
67. Maclin Bass Will.
68. David B. Gammon, Abstracts of Wills, Halifax County, NC 1825-1854, 43.
69. Blanche Adams Chapman, Wills & Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, (Genealogical Publishing Co, 1980), 83.
70. Marriage Bonds & Ministers Returns of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-, 69.
71. Georgia Owens.
72. Albert D. Bell, Bass Families of the South, (1961), V24. 
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