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3 Deaths Recently At Clearfield
3 Deaths Recently At Clearfield
The obituary of Earnest "Miller" Owens. Miller, a native of Louisa County, Iowa, lived from 1877-1957. His parents were John Owens and Sarah Sayres Foster. He was married to Ethel Mullen and Mary Beatty. 
 
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3 Killed in US 61 Crash
3 Killed in US 61 Crash
The death notice of Edna Maude (Brockway/Sheridan) Luttenegger and her son, David Frank Sheridan. Edna and David were both killed in an automobile accident, along with the driver of another automobile, Wayne E. Cubbage of Muscatine, Iowa. Barbara (Schwob) Sheridan died a few days later. 
 
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4 Killed In IAAP Blast
4 Killed In IAAP Blast
The death notice of Ida Joyce (Kulp) Koett and her sister, Josephine (Kulp) Gilman. Both women worked on the production line at the Iowa Army Ammunition plant and an explosion in their area on June 22, 1967, killed them and several others, and injured a number of people. 
 
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5 Died in Friday IAAP Blast; Plant 'Lives With' Blasts
5 Died in Friday IAAP Blast; Plant 'Lives With' Blasts
The death notice of Robert Leo Walker. Five men were killed June 7, 1968, by a mine explosion at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant, including Robert Walker, who was 23 years old at the time. 
 
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A Card of Thanks After the Death of Cecil Woodrow Miller
A Card of Thanks After the Death of Cecil Woodrow Miller
Cecil Miller was a grandson of Henry and Marie (Mathias) Miller, who resided near New London, Iowa, and were ancestors of a very large family clan in that area. Cecil was the youngest of six children born to Fred William Miller and Elizabeth "Bettie" Toft (his father, Fred, was the youngest child of nine in the family of Henry and Marie Miller). Cecil was born May 6, 1915, in New London, Iowa, and died March 16, 1993, at the Henry County Health Center in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. He was married June 5, 1938, to Vera Francis Hale (1914-2002), and their children were Marvin Lee Miller, Norma Jean Miller (who died as a baby), and Kay Laraine Vierling. 
 
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A Card of Thanks After the Death of LeRoy E. Thomas
A Card of Thanks After the Death of LeRoy E. Thomas
A notice of thanks after the funeral of LeRoy E. Thomas published by his family members. (Published in Muscatine, Muscatine County, Iowa) 
 
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A Card of Thanks After the Death of Lovinia Church Walker
A Card of Thanks After the Death of Lovinia Church Walker
The "Walker Brothers and Sisters" of Lovinia Walker published a card of thanks for all the efforts and thoughts during the time of the death of their sister. 
 
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A Card of Thanks After the Death of Marie M. 'Mary' (Nantz) Klemm
A Card of Thanks After the Death of Marie M. "Mary" (Nantz) Klemm
The text of this Card of Thanks was: "We wish to sincerely thank the neighbors, friends, Lincoln school and Woodman Circle for their sympathy and all who so kindsly assisted us during our recent bereavement. We also wish to express our thanks for the beautiful floral offerings. (signed) Mr. Henry Klemm and Children, Mrs. Nance, Mrs. John Zurmuechlen (sic), Mrs. Earnest WElls, and Mrs. Smith. 
 
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A Card of Thanks After the Death of Nancy Kaye (Kerr) Kirkpatrick
A Card of Thanks After the Death of Nancy Kaye (Kerr) Kirkpatrick
Nancy Kay Kerr was born November 3, 1948, and died December 30, 2004. She's buried at Aspen Grove Cemetery in Burlington, Iowa. She married Robert Dale Kirkpatrick Sr. They lived in Lincoln, Nebraska. 
 
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A Card of Thanks After the Death of Rosalie Reil Walker
A Card of Thanks After the Death of Rosalie Reil Walker
A card of thanks from the Samuel Nathaniel Walker family for kindness and sympathy extended his family after the death of their baby daughter, Rosalie Reil Walker. (probably published in Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa; courtesy of Marge (Walker) Kimble 
 
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A List of Those in Attendance at the Funeral of Samuel Nathaniel Walker
Sam Walker had many relatives and friends who attended his funeral. (Courtesy of Marge (Walker) Kimble.)
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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A Notice of Remembrance for Joy Elizabeth Moyers
A Notice of Remembrance for Joy Elizabeth Moyers
Elizabeth's family published a note of remembrance in 2008 on the anniversary of her birthday. 
 
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A Notice that Home Furniture in Ames, Iowa, was Closed on the Day of J. B. Walker's Funeral
A Notice that Home Furniture in Ames, Iowa, was Closed on the Day of J. B. Walker's Funeral
 
 
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A Second and Third Obituary of Donald L. Hull
A Second and Third Obituary of Donald L. Hull
Additional death record information, from the Drake Library archives in Grinnell, Iowa. Published in Montezuma and Grinnell, Iowa
 
 
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A Second Obituary for Henry Frederick William Pogemiller
A Second Obituary for Henry Frederick William Pogemiller
Henry Pogemiller was born in Ahlsen, which is now in the German state of Nordrhein-Westfalen. He was the son of Heinrich Ludwig Poggemöller (1835-1907) and Anna Maria Luise Niedringhaus (1841-1888). Henry married Olive Jane "Ollie" Walker (1868-1961). They had eleven children. Henry lived from July 19, 1864, until February 20, 1925. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Arthur George Russell (Muscatine Journal)
A Second Obituary of Arthur George Russell (Muscatine Journal)
Arthur George Russell was born December 4, 1874, in Fonda, Iowa, a son of John Russell (1839-1889) and Sarah Stacy Lovering (1854-1925). His father died when the children were quite young (Arthur was the oldest child at age 15), and his mother and family moved from Fonda to the town of Wapello, Iowa, where she died in 1925. Arthur and several other siblings lived in the area for the rest of their lives, Arthur dying October 6, 1962. He was buried at the Wapello Cemetery in Louisa County, Iowa. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Bud Raymond Jackson
A Second Obituary of Bud Raymond Jackson
Bud was buried in 1961 at the Elmwood Cemetery near Morning Sun, Iowa. His wife was the former Caroline Alberta "Lena" (Johnson) Lett, a daughter of Alfred Gustav Johnson and Josephine Lett. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Carl Vaughn Walker (Muscatine Journal)
A Second Obituary of Carl Vaughn Walker (Muscatine Journal)
Carl Vaughn Walker (1900-1967), a son of Charles Francis and Jessie Deborah (Vaughn) Walker, married Clara Elizabeth Criger (1903-1987) on July 22, 1933, in Muscatine, Iowa. They had no children. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Elizabeth McFarland (Fox) Sampson
A Second Obituary of Elizabeth McFarland (Fox) Sampson
Elizabeth and Truman Sampson, about seven years after their marriage at the end of the Civil War, travelled across Iowa and settled in Nebraska. This obituary includes an anecdote of their trip, which took place during the time Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Elsie Ella Walker in The Grinnell Herald-Register
A Second Obituary of Elsie Ella Walker in The Grinnell Herald-Register
After a lifetime career as minister, Elsie Ella Walker, daughter of Samuel Nathaniel and Hattie Mae (Moyer) Walker, retired in 1982 and moved to Marshalltown, Iowa, where she died aged 97 February 17, 1992. She is buried at the Ivy Hill Cemetery near Malcolm, Iowa. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Francis Isaac 'Frank' Walker
A Second Obituary of Francis Isaac "Frank" Walker
Frank's funeral was at the Dudgeon-McCulley Funeral Home in Wapello, Iowa. 
 
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A Second Obituary of George Percy Walker
A Second Obituary of George Percy Walker
George was married to Verona Violet Dotson. They had three daughters. 
 
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A Second Obituary of Hazel Ann (Miller) Walker
A Second Obituary of Hazel Ann (Miller) Walker
Hazel Ann Miller was a daughter of Joseph William "Joe" and Flora Malissa (Piper) Miller. She was born in 1896 and married Francis Isaac "Frank" Walekr January 21, 1920, in Burlington, Iowa. Their children were three sons: Dale H., Marvin Dwight, and Dean M. Walker. Hazel died January 28, 1975, in Morning Sun, Iowa. 
 
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A Second Obituary of John Franklin Russell (Burlington Hawk-Eye)
A Second Obituary of John Franklin Russell (Burlington Hawk-Eye)
John was a "lifelong resident" of Louisa County, though born in Pocahontas County. There are several misspellings in this obituary. 
 
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A Second Obituary of William Taylor 'Will' Waterhouse (published in the Muscatine Journal)
A Second Obituary of William Taylor "Will" Waterhouse (published in the Muscatine Journal)
Will Waterhouse was a son of Moses Taylor Waterhouse and Alice Maud Bell. He had ten siblings. 
 
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A Twist in the Murder Case of Karin Marie (Davis) Pforts
A Twist in the Murder Case of Karin Marie (Davis) Pforts
The murder of Karin (Davis) Pforts took an odd twist in 1980. The Ku Klux Klan of Iowa offered a reward for finding her murderer. 
 
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A. G. Johnson Rites Held
A. G. Johnson Rites Held
The funeral report from Alfred Gustav Johnson's Funeral in The Burlington Hawk-Eye. Alfred Gustav Johnson (1848-1932) lived for many years in Morning Sun, Iowa. His funeral was attended by a large number of relatives and friends March 13, 1932. He was buried in Elmwood Cemetery near Morning Sun. 
 
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A. U. Walker Taken By Death
A. U. Walker Taken By Death
The obituary of Andrew Ulysses "Ullie" Walker. Ulysses was born in New London, Iowa, and died in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 
 
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Adon E. Seager Taken By Death
Adon E. Seager Taken By Death
The death notice of Adon Ellsworth Seager. Adon died at home in Mount Pleasant Iowa, January 11, 1950. 
 
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Aged Resident of Morning Sun Dies; Mrs. Alfred G. Johnson, Resident There For 50 Years, Claimed by Death
Aged Resident of Morning Sun Dies; Mrs. Alfred G. Johnson, Resident There For 50 Years, Claimed by Death
The obituary of Josephine (Lett) Johnson. Josephine Johnson lived for 50 years in Morning Sun, Iowa. She was a daughter of Charles and Caroline(Johnson) Lett. 
 
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Aged Woman Dies on Day Following Birth Anniversary
Aged Woman Dies on Day Following Birth Anniversary
The obituary of Vashti (Walker/Brewer) Edger. Vashti died at age 94. She was said in her obituary to have had an extended illness. Her family celebrated her birthday on January 27 (it had been January 21), and she died the next day. It is not clear where she was buried, as neither the obituary nor the known records list a cemetery. 
 
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Albert (sic) Berry Ends Own Life
Albert (sic) Berry Ends Own Life
The death notice of Addison Lincoln Berry. Addison Berry (1861-1938) married Eunice Elizabeth Griffith (1860-1931) on April 30, 1882, in Des Moines County, Iowa. Their children were: Edward S. Berry, Mary "Olive" Miller/Walker, William E. Berry, Anna L. Baker, James Green Berry, Edith Pohren, Addision Lincoln "Shorty" Berry Jr., twins Horace and Maurice Berry, who died as infants. 
 
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Albert Broeker Commits Suicide
Albert Broeker Commits Suicide
The obituary of Albert W. Broeker. Albert drank poison while at the doctor's office. 
 
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Alexander H. Hatt Died Sunday After An Extended Illness
Alexander H. Hatt Died Sunday After An Extended Illness
The obituary of Alexander Howie Hatt. He was born in Kitchener, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada, on October 4, 1872, and died in Marion, Iowa, March 28, 1937. 
 
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Alfred Wilke, 50, Dies at Home in West Burlington
Alfred Wilke, 50, Dies at Home in West Burlington
The obituary of Alfred C. "Fred" Wilke. Fred Wilke, who died September 30, 1937, was married to Anna Jacoby June 17, 1908, in Des Moines County, Iowa. Their children were Walter, Theodore, and Mildred. 
 
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Ames Woman's Mother Died
Ames Woman's Mother Died
The death notice of Blanche (Waite) Casper. Blanche Casper died a month after her 104th birthday. She was the wife of Lincoln Leicster Casper, and the mother of Helen Walker, who was married to Roy C. Walker. 
 
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Arthur Meier Was Native of Iowa
Arthur Meier Was Native of Iowa
The obituary of Arthur Carl Meier Jr. Arthur died in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, when 51 years old. (Provided courtesy of Bobbi Buettgenbach) 
 
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B. F. Hand, 85, of Lowell, Dies
B. F. Hand, 85, of Lowell, Dies
The obituary of Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Hand in The New London Journal. B.F. Hand, the husband of Mary Catharine (Brewer) Rogers, died of a heart attack at home. (This obituary was provided courtesy of Ada Hand Blanchard.) 
 
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Bert Moyers Dies at Wapello
Bert Moyers Dies at Wapello
The obituary of Burton James "Bert" Moyers. Bert was born in Peabody, Kansas, during the few years his parents, George Washington Earl Moyers and Rebecca Ellen Pence, lived their with their family. He had a twin sister, Gertie Edna, who died in 1885 after the family had returned to southeast Iowa. Bert married Nellie Lura Owens February 10, 1904, in Wapello, Iowa. They had no children of their own, although the 1920 federal census listed Albert Orchanboult as an adopted son. What became of him is not known. Bert died August 6, 1961, in Wapello, and is buried at the Wapello Cemetery. 
 
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Blame Dense Fog In Fatal Crash
Blame Dense Fog In Fatal Crash
The death notice and obituary of Herbert Floyd Edmonds. Herbert Edmonds, who never married, died north of Mediapolis, Iowa, in an automobile accident November 5, 1963. He was a son of Herbert (1867-1953) and Alvenia "Vena" (Wunnenberg) Edmonds (1866-1958). 
 
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Boy Dies After Leg Cut Off
Boy Dies After Leg Cut Off
A second death notice of Everett Tate Hale. Everett Tate Hale was the son of Ira Tate and Florence Vashti (Hand) Hale. He died in childhood and was buried at the Trinity Cemetery near Mount Union, Iowa 
 
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Brumm Sisters Funeral
Brumm Sisters Funeral
The funeral notice of Bessie H. and Marie E. Brumm. The funeral of sisters Bessie H. and Marie E. Brumm was August 8, 1904, in Alton, Illinois at the home of their parents. They were buried at the Oakwood Cemetery in Upper Alton. 
 
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Burgus, City Plant Official, Dies at 52
Burgus, City Plant Official, Dies at 52
The obituary of Louis R. Burgus. Louis R. was the son of Louis D. Burgus and Margaret Ann Dreckmeier. He was born, raised, and lived in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Louis R. married Berandine L. Grady August 12, 1946. She was the daughter of William Arthur and Lucille Frances (Burk) Grady. 
 
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Burlington Phone Lineman Electrocuted; Floyd Dotson, 24, is Victim
Burlington Phone Lineman Electrocuted; Floyd Dotson, 24, is Victim
The death notice of Floyd George Dotson. Floyd was accidentally killed April 27, 1949, working on telephone lines near Burlington, Iowa. Efforts to revive him continued for a number of hours, but failed. He was recently married to Bety Marie Betz at the time of his death. His son, Victor, was born, a few months later. 
 
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Burlingtonian Dies at 102
Burlingtonian Dies at 102
The obituary of Cora Alice Lee. Cora lived a long, single, life. She died at age 102 June 6, 1971. Born January 3, 1869, in New London, Iowa, she was the daughter of Samuel B. Lee and Mary Jane "Versey" Leas. Cora is buried at the Burge Cemetery near New London, Iowa. 
 
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Button Factory Employe Drops Dead at Work
Button Factory Employe Drops Dead at Work
The obituary of Brady "Douglas" Page. Brady Page died while at work at the Missippi Pearl Button factory in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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Carl Maedje Dead at 82
Carl Maedje Dead at 82
The obituary of Carl William Maedje. Carl Maedje, a native of Ohio, was born October 21, 1895. His parents were Charles W. and Emma (Heimendinger) Maedje. Carl became a doctor. He married Helen M. Holland of New London, Iowa, in about 1945. She was a daughter of Alva Warren Holland (1878-1953) and Etta Saphronia "Phrona" Walker (1876-1934). 
 
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Carl Walker Rites Monday
Carl Walker Rites Monday
The obituary of Carl Vaughn Walker. Carl had a heart attack and died at his home in Wapello, Iowa. He was the husband of Clara Elizabeth Criger. 
 
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Carman Blacktop Claims 2 More
Carman Blacktop Claims 2 More
The death notice of Larry Francis Marshall in an article regarding an automobile crash near Carmen, Henderson County, Illinois. 
 
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Charles F. Walker Dies at Fort Dodge
Charles F. Walker Dies at Fort Dodge
The obituary of Charles Francis Walker. Charles died in Fort Dodge, Iowa, at the home of his daughter, Clara Ernst. 
 

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