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201 William T. Ysker, son of John and Petra Muller Ysker, was born March 15, 1903 on a farm East of Bingham Lake, Minnesota. Bill was baptized and later confirmed in the Lutheran Faith in St. Peters Lutheran Church by the Reverend G. Kohloff.
On March 18, 1928 William Ysker and Martha Daberkow were united in marriage in St. Peters Lutheran Church, located North of Lakefield. The ceremony was performed by Pastor Kohloff. Their marriage was blessed with two daughters. They farmede three and one half miles North of Bergen, in Jackson County until seven years ago when they retired from farming and moved to Windom. Since moving to Windom Bill has helped at the Vaughan Fertilizer Company at Wilder.
Bill had been an active member of Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Windom for many years. He was assistant and head usher for twenty years in his church and was always willing to help in other areas of church work. He will be remembered by his ready smile and his desire to treat everyone in the same fair way. He thoroughly enjoyed his work and those he worked with.
Bill had always been in excellent health and his sudden death came as a great shock to his family and many friends. He passed away on Friday morning, February 15, 1974 while unloading seed corn at the Pete Rahn farm East of Bingham Lake, Minnesota. The unusual circumstance of his death was that he passed away on the very farm where he was born. At the time of his death he was 70 years and 11 months of age.
Preceding him in death were his parents, three brothers and one brother in infancy.
Bill leaves to mourn his passing his wife Martha and two daughters: Mrs. Richard (Gladys) Egdorf of Storden, Minnesota and Mrs. Don (Darlene) Henderickson of Lakefield, Minnesota in addition to four grandchildren and one great grand-child. Also surviving is one brother and three sister: Vern Ysker of Windom, Minnesota, Mrs. Bruno (Grace) Reints of Windom, Minnesota, Mrs. James (Sennie) Clark of Woodburn, Oregon and Mrs. Emil (Bessie) Thor of Razorback, Arkansas.
Blessed be the memory of William T. Ysker. 
YSKER, William T. (I6091)
202 California, Marriages 1850-1952
FamilySearch RecordSearch
Name: Moses A Cheesebrough
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 07 Oct 1905
Event Place: , Los Angeles, California
Gender: Male
Age: 29
Estimated Birth Year:
Spouse: Anna Shikenjanski
Spouse's Gender: Female
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Film Number: 1033242
Digital Folder Number: 4540590
Image Number: 00579

The Long Beach Sun (Long Beach, California) Thursday, June 30, 1932; page 13

GRANTED DIVORCE.; Anna Cheese brough was granted a divorce freon Moses Cheesebrough yesterday following a hearing of her suit before Judge Percy Hight in De partment C of the Superior Court. A previous property settlement was approved.
Family F3219
203 Services for Henry G. Ysker, 68, Butterfield, were held Friday afternoon, April 17, in the First Lutheran Church, Butterfield, the Rev. Earl Peterson officiating.
Interment was in Butterfield Cemetery.
Mr. Ysker died Tuesday, April 14, in Watonwan Memorial Hospital, St. James.
He was born in Mt. Lake Township, Cottonwood County, in 1918, the son of Claus and Mabel (Ubben) Ysker and received his education from a country school near Mt. Lake.
On Dec. 17, 1957, he married Velda Grunewald in Mason City, Ia.
After their marriage, they lived in Storden and Wilder while Mr. Ysker was employed by the Chicago Northwestern Railroad Company. He retired in 1969, and in 1979, they moved to Butterfield, where they have lived since.
Survivors include his widow, Velda Ysker, Butterfield; three sons and daughters-in-law, John and Connie Ysker, Henry and Loretta Ysker and Ernest and Sharon Ysker, all of Mt. Lake; three daughters and sons-in-law, Shirley and Gordon Sidle, Hibbing, Jo and Patrick Flaherty, Butterfield and Constance and Ronald Wollschlager, St. James; 18 grandchildren; one brother, William Ysker, Bingham Lake; two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Mathilda) Townsend, Los Angeles, Calif. and Mrs. Larry (Lillian) Faircloth, Smarr, Ga.; one half-sister, Mrs. George (Mary) Williams, Russell and nieces and nephews.
His parents preceded him in death.
Juan Barron, Rodney "Gus" Schulte, Robert Herman, Marvin Weinzetl, Roger Bauling and Leon Wollschlager served as casket bearers at the services. 
YSKER, Henry George (I5488)
Wisconsin , Marriages 1836-1930
Groom's Name: John Brennan
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Bride's Name: Marcella Martha Sikyanske
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Marriage Date: 07 Nov 1891
Marriage Place: Rock, Wisconsin
Groom's Father's Name: John Brennan
Groom's Mother's Name: Margaret Lynch
Bride's Father's Name: Martin Sikyanske
Bride's Mother's Name: Pictroschefska
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I00323-0
System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy
Source Film Number: 1275534
Reference Number: 437
Family F3205
205 "Ottumwa Courier"

David Clifford Smith, 314 Hamilton street, died at the Ottumwa hospital December 25 at 3:45 a.m. He was 26 years old.

Mr. Smith was an employe of John Morrell & Co., and was a member of the Thirty-third U.S. Infantry of the Eighty-second division, serving during the World war in the Panama canal zone. He is survived by his wife, Glen, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Smith, and a brother, John H. Smith, a member of the U.S. marines, stationed at Philadelphia.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Undenominational church conducted by David Horn and John Horn of Rathbun. Burial was made in Shaul cemetery. 
CHERRY SMITH, David Clifford (I12584)
206 01110001/0102001. Elizabeth and Martha J were at home, plus younger sister Louisa Jane. The three unmarried sons were Jesse, George W, and Elza D. PEDIGO, William Sr. (I591)
207 Baptism July 29, 1894 WOLF, Johann (I2985)
208 BURIED AT: SECTION N SITE 1277 MARTIN, Jonathan Mattox (I5793)
209 Butterfield Advocate - (Oct/29/2004)
Edward Radtke
Edward Radtke, 83, of Mt. Lake, died October 24, 2004 at the Good Samaritan Village in Mt. Lake.

Visitation will be at Bjerum Funeral Home in Mt. Lake on Thursday, from 4:30-7 p.m. and Friday from 7:30-8 a.m.

Visitation will also continue for one hour prior to the service at the church.

Services will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, at Lakeview Gospel Church in Mt. Lake with Rev. Richard Korns, Rev. Robert Radtke and Rev. Merwin Dick officiating.

Interment will be at the Delft Cemetery in Delft.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Bjerum Funeral Home in Mt. Lake.

Military Honors will be provided by the Mt. Lake American Legion Post # 389.

E-mail condolences may be sent to the family at

Edward Gerhard Radtke, the son of Carl William and Kathryn (Penner) Radtke was born April 15, 1921, in Lodi, Calif.
He grew up with his family and received his education in the Mt. Lake and Butterfield areas.

Ed served his country in the U.S. Army from June 1942 through September 1945, including several battles in Africa and Europe. Ed was held as a prisoner of war from November 20, 1944 to September 27, 1945. He earned six battle stars, Good Conduct Medal, Presidential Citation and Infantryman?s Combat Badge.

On October 18, 1945, Ed married Gertie Lucille Menken at the Christian Reformed Church near Mt. Lake. They farmed in the Butterfield and Delft areas until 1962, when he purchased a welding shop in Mt. Lake with George Janzen.
Later in his career he became the sole owner of the shop.

Ed enjoyed fishing, working with stained glass, traveling, and Christmas lights and displays. He was also an avid bowler in Comfrey, St. James, Windom and Mt. Lake.

He was very patriotic and flew his country?s flag with respect. Ed had a very strong faith and was active on many committees at Immanuel Mennonite Church in Delft. He was also a member of the Mt. Lake American Legion Post. Ed loved children and will be remembered for his quick wit.

Survivors include his wife, Gertie Radtke of Mt. Lake; two sons, DeLyle (Pam) Radtke, and LeRoy (Diane) Radtke all of Mt. Lake; two daughters, Linda Coe of Pleasanton, Calif., and Judith (Jerry) Friesen of Omaha, Neb.; eight grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; two brothers, Garry (Twyla) Radtke of Bellevue, Texas and Robert (Ione) Radtke of
RADTKE, Edward Gerhard (I9941)
210 CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE - HARRY MCKINNEY & RUTH VIOLET NIEMI STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF ST. LOUIS I hereby certify that on the 29th day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-eight at Duluth, Minnesota, in said County, I, the undersigned a Probate Judge did join in the holy bond of Matrimony according to the laws of this State, Harry McKinney of the County of St. Louis, State of Minnesota, and Ruth Violet Niemi, of the County of St. Louis, State of Minnesota, in the presence of Julia A. Ray and Irene Juetilainen Witnesses. Signed J.K. ___________ Officiating. Family F4
Charles H. Ward, 85. a resident of the Twin Cities for the past 47 years, died Monday at the home of his son, Clifford H. Ward, 6703 Pleasant avenue, Minneapolis. Mr. Ward was born at Beaver Dam, Wis. For more than 40 years he was a telegraph operator for the Western Union Telegraph Co., retiring 15 years ago. He Is survived by two sons, Clifford and William C. Ward, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. at Lake wood chapel. The Rev. T. W. Stout will officiate. 
WARD, Charles H. (I10013)
212 Elijah and Sally, with their only child, drowned while crossing the Smith River. PEDIGO, Elijah (I484)
213 Elijah and Sally, with their only child, drowned while crossing the Smith River. HALL, Sally (I500)
214 Ellis C. age 18, was listed with his father Van A. Mount age 42; stepmother/1st cousin Grace G. age 35; sister Naoma R. age 16; and stepbrothers Hollis A. age 13 and Van W. age 10. MOUNT, Ellis Clell (I2617)
215 Enumerated in the Fred Priem household as WILLIAM RADTKE 37 male white born Wisconsin; in Minnesota 30yrs in this ED 10yrs 2m saloon clerk parents of foreign birth (Note: Fred Priem 33 male white born in WI in MN 24yr in ED 2months Saloon Keeper parents foreign born / Ottile 28 f w born WI / Birtha 11 f w born MN / Minnie 9 f w born MN / Lily 6 f w born MN / Binnie 4 m w born MN / Chester 1 m w born MN / Liddy Schurrer 47 f w born MN) RADTKE, Wilhelm F. (I9846)
216 Frieda M. Fennern - Journal, The - (Online Obituaries Mon., Sept. 15, 2003)
Frieda M. Fennern , 88 ,of Springfield, died Saturday, Sept. 13, 2003, at St. John Lutheran Home in Springfield.
Services are 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 17, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Willow Lake Township, Redwood County with burial in the church cemetery.
Visitation will be at Tuesday, from 4-8 p.m., and on Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 a.m., at the Sturm Funeral Home in Springfield. There will be a prayer service on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., at the funeral home.
Frieda M. Fennern was born Oct. 28, 1914, to Willow Lake Township, Redwood County, to daughter of William and Sophie (Foelster) Fennern. 
FENNERN, Frieda Margretha (I7566)
217 from Family Search the marriage record of John Leaf and Martha Hunter in the England, Yorkshire Marriage Bonds & Allegations, 1613-1883 database. LEAF, John (I12625)
218 Funeral Services will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday (June 13, 2000) at Fohn Funeral Home. Reverend Virgil K. Jones will officiate, Cheyrl Newland will play and sing "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "Amazing Grace". Burial will be at a later date in Highland Park Cemetery. LANG, Lucille Virginia (I1002)
219 Genealogical Society of Finland Hiski Project Koski Tl
BORN / 22.9.1783 CHR/ 23.9.1783 VILLAGE/ Storsorvasto HOUSE / Alivesala FATHER / Bod Johan Mattsson MOTHER / Valb. Mattsdr NAME / Simeonl 
ALIVESALA, Simeon Johansson (I2700)
220 Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1567-1945

Name:Caroline Wilhelmine Luedke
Gender:weiblich (Female)
Event Type:Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date:30 Okt 1818 (30 Oct 1818)
Baptism Date:9 Nov 1818
Baptism Place:Wirsitz, Polen (Poland)
Father:Christoph Luedke
Mother:Florentine Luedke
Parish as it Appears:Wirsitz
Page Number:15;16
Author:Evangelische Kirche Wirsitz (KrSt. Wirsitz)
City or District:Wirsitz
FHL Film Number:245507
Source Information Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1567-1945 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2016.
Original data: 
LÜEDTKE, Caroline Wilhelmine (I12302)
221 Germany, Select Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898

Name:Charlotte Wilhelmine Schneider Or Stichhahn
Birth Date:30 Jan
Baptism Date:2 Apr 1848
Baptism Place:Sophien,Berlin Stadt,Brandenburg,Prussia
Father:Johann Heinrich Stichhahn
Mother:Friederike Auguste Schneider
FHL Film Number:70352, 70353, 70354, 70355, 70356, 70357, 70358
Source Information Germany, Select Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2014. 
STICHHAHN, Charolotte Wilhelmine Auguste (I12621)
222 Gollnow (Hackenwalde, Kattenhof), Pommern, Preußen BOHNENSTENGEL, Charlotte Friederike (I12053)
223 in south central Wells Township north of Aspinwall ( now Coryland) and near Rowley Hill. WILLSON, Estile (I884)
DATE OF BIRTH: 07/13/1942
DATE OF DEATH: 04/24/2001
(612) 726-1127 
JACKSON, Richard Wayne (I2807)
225 listed as Charlie Otremba a 36 year old, German-born shoemaker. OTREMBA, Charles Louis (I2602)
226 Listed on the manifest as: Lydia Ek / age 24 / female / single / servant / able to read / able to write / Nationality: Finland / Race: Finnish / Last Residence: Pernio / Destination: Duluth, MN / Fair Paid by Friend / In possession of $20 / Ever in US: No / Going to Friend: Gustav Helin 426 Spadding Hotel, West Duluth, MN EK, Lydia Bertta (I142)
227 MARRIAGE LICENSE - STATE OF MISSOURI, COUNTY OF SCHUYLER This license authourizes any Judge of a Court of Record or Justice of the Peace, or any Licensed or Ordained Preacher of the Gospel, who is a citizen of the United States, to Solemize Marriage, Between J. W. McKinney of Downing in the County of Schuyler and State of MO who is over the age of twenty-one years; and Iva Winn of Willmathville in the County of Scotland and State of MO who is over the age of eighteen years. Witness my hand as Circuit Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder, with the seal of the office hereto affixed, at my office in Lancaster this 22 day of Sept 1908. Signed P.O. Sansberry, Circuit Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder of Deeds.

State of Missouri, County of _____ This is to Certify, that the undersigned Minister of the Gospel did at House of bride's parents in said County, on the 23rd day of September A.D. 1908, unite in marriage the above named persons. And I further certify that I am a citizen of the United States, and legally qualified under the laws of the State of Missouri to solemnize Marriages. Signed J.L.Hallowell.

The foregoing Certificate of Marriage was filed for Record in my office, on the 22 day of Sept A.D. 1908 at - o'clock and - minutes - M. Signed P.O. Sansberry by Della Sansberry, Deputy 
Family F9
228 No documentation she is buried in the Pine City Cemetery other than she has three children and parents buried in the cemetery. MCWHORTER, Amanda (I3970)
229 Page #: 50 Pedigo, Levi. 2 males under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male over 44, 4 females under 10, 1 female 20-44. PEDIGO, Levi (I565)
230 Page 11: Column 4
«b»Rites For Victim of Train Thursday
«/b» Funeral services for Herbert P. Kroeger, 120 Pine street will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Landkamer Funeral home. Burial will be made in Pilgrim's Rest cemetery.
Mr. Kroeger, Mankato defense worker, was found dead Monday morning along a railroad right of way about a mile north of the Union depot, and is believed to have been struck by a passing train. 
KROEGER, Herbert Paul (I2824)
231 Pg 5 Col 6
«b»Richard LeRoy Horkey«/b»
Funeral services were held for Richard LeRoy Horkey at American Lutheran Church, Windom, MN on Thursday, December 13, 1990. Reverend Jerry Lamb of Grace Lutheran Church, Westbrook, MN officiated at the 2:00 p.m. service. Organist was Mrs. Karen Wojahn and vocalist was Mrs. Jean Johnson. Ushers were Ron Schmidt and Scott Benson. Military Honors by American Legion Post 206, Windom, MN.
Casket bearers were Todd Horkey, Ted Horkey, Jody Horkey, Kim Horkey, Ernie Ysker, Henry Ysker. Interment was held at Lakeview Cemetery, Windom, MN.
Richard LeRoy Horkey, the son of Elmer and Hattie (Kuehl) Horkey, was born June 30, 1939, in Southbrook Township, Cottonwood County in Minnesota. He grew up in Southbrook Township and attended rural schools in District 48 and 56.
On February 18, 1961, Richard was married to June Grunewald in Windom. Richard served his country in the United States Army. His tour of duty covered two years and he was released with an Honorable Discharge. He returned to Southbrook Township where whey lived until moving to Windom in 1967. Richard worked for various people in the area until being disable in 1984. Throughout his life, Richard especially loved to fish. He enjoyed children, animals and doing gardening.
Following a month of treatment at the Veterans Hospital in Minneapolis, Richard died at that facility on Monday, December 10, 1990. He came to live to the age of 51 years, 5 months, and 10 days.
He is survived by his wife, June; his mother, Hattie Horkey of the Sogge Center in Windom; two children: Daniel Lee and his wife, Shelly Horkey of Brewster and Donna Marie Horkey of Worthington; one grandchild: Tina Horkey; 3 sisters and 4 brothers: Joyce Voelker and JoAnn (Mrs. Robert Mead) both of Windom; Lose (Mrs. Robert Huerkamp) of Janesville; Myron Horkey of Heron Lake; Russell Horkey, Larry Horkey, and Maynard Horkey, all of Westbrook, MN.
Richard was preceded in death by his father, 1 brother, and 2 sisters. 
HORKEY, Richard Leroy (I5531)
232 Published in the Star Tribune on 9/30/2007 (
L. James Radke Radke,
L. James age 65, of Peoria, AZ, passed away September 24, 2007. He was born in Shakopee, MN, July 14, 1942. He was a retired police detective from Champlin, MN. James is survived by his beloved wife of 40 years, Joan; daughters, Michelle and Joan; sisters, Alice and Ella Jean; brother, Eric; and three grandchildren. Friends and family are invited to celebrate James' life at 11AM Friday, October 12, 2007 at the Champlin American Legion, 12450 Business Park Blvd., Champlin, MN 55316. Interment will follow at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. 
RADKE, Loren James (I331)
DATE OF BIRTH: 07/14/1942
DATE OF DEATH: 09/24/2007
RADKE, Loren James (I331)
235 Roger A. Simek
Duluth News Tribune (MN) - Tuesday, September 30, 2008
MN United States

Roger A. Simek , 49, of Kelsey Roger died Friday, Sept. 26, 2008 at his home. He was born on Feb. 14, 1959 to John and Violet (Solem) Simek in Virginia. He grew up in Kelsey and graduated from Cotton High School. He had worked in construction as a carpenter, boilermaker and ironworker. He was a drummer in the Ellie and the Brigade Band and for various other bands. Roger was highly skilled, talented and very well liked. Survivors include his parents, John and Violet; brothers, Steve (Sandra) Simek , Gary (Elaine) Simek ; and sister, Wendy (Terry) Saver all of Kelsey; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends and his special fishing buddy, John. MEMORIAL SERVICE:11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008 in the Kelsey Community Church in Kelsey. Pastor Wayne Bickford will officiate. Inurnment will be at the Riverside Cemetery in Kelsey. Arrangements are by the Range Funeral Home in Virginia. 
SIMEK, Roger Allen (I5114)
Duluth News-Tribune (MN) - Wednesday, November 5, 2003
Russell A. Milberger , 50, of Brookston, died unexpectedly Nov. 2, 2003, at his home.

He was born in Duluth on Dec. 5, 1952. Russell was employed by Diamond Brands in Cloquet for over 15 years. Russ loved hunting, fishing, and shooting sporting clays with his friend Al. He also enjoyed camping at Shallow Lake in Warba on weekends.

Russell is preceded in death by his mother Betty ; brother James; and sister, Patrice Lanhart.

He is survived his wife of 29 years, Lynn; daughter, Lyndsey; father Walter, of Brookston; three brothers, Richard (Mick) of Brookston, Tom (Terri) Gradine, of Twig, Terry Gradine, of Arizona City, Ariz.; sisters, Grace (George) Wagner of Saginaw, Kathy (Don) Wilton, of Brookston; many nieces and nephews.

VISITATION: 5-8 p.m. Wednesday and continues from 10 until the 11 a.m. service on Thursday in Barr Brothers Handevidt Funeral Home, 900 Washington Avenue, Cloquet, Minn. Private interment will be at a later time. Arrangements by Barr Brothers Handevidt Funeral and Cremation Service 
MILBERGER, Russell A. (I6139)
237 STATE OF MISSOURI - COUNTY OF KNOX Knox County, MO Marriage Book 1845 Page 89B That Mr Wm Mauk of the county of Knox in the State of Missouri and Miss Mary E. Barnes of the county of Knox in the state of Missouri were at Knox City in said County, joined together in Holy Matrimony on 20th day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and 79. Oglvie N Collins, Minister of the Gospel. Filed for record 13 Oct 1879 Henry Shultz recorder. Family F29
238 THE PIERZ JOURNAL - January 30, 1930
Stroke is Fatal to Mrs. Jacob Neisius
Died almost Suddenly at Her Home In the Village;
Bural Here On Friday Morning
What came as a shock to villagers and country people hereabout Tuesday morning, was the news of the death of Mrs. Jacob Neisius of this place. The death of Mrs. Neisius occurred at her home at 12:05 a.m. Tuesday following a stroke which she suffered at 7:30 Monday evening while working about her home. She had not been ailing previous to Monday evening although she suffered a similar stroke many years ago and another about two years ago.
Mrs. Neisius whose maiden name was Martha Otremba, was born in Grotizin, Prussia, September 11, 1870, and came to the United States with her parents at an early age. The family settled two miles west of Pierz. Her marriage to Jacob Neisius took place in Pierz February 5, 1888, and the Neisius family has resided in this village since then.
Surviving are the husband and eight children: Mrs. Peter Kelzenberg, Genola, Mrs. Al Solinger of Clearwater, Mrs. Arthur McNabb, August A., Frank, Alex, Celestine and Florence of this village.
Mrs. John Dombovy of St. Paul and Mrs. Theo. Stumpf of Genola are sister of the deceased and Charles Otremba of Golden Valley, N.D., is a half-brother of the deceased.
On Friday morning at ten o'clock in St. Joseph's church in this village will be held the burial services for the deceased Mrs. Neisius. Interment will follow in the Pierz cemetery. 
OTREMBA, Martha Anna (I2187)
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GARRISON, Veda Darlene (I7649)
240 West Central Tribune - (Sep/16/2006)
Leonard A. Pillatzki 09/15/2006 10:44 PM
Leonard Alois Pillatzki, 84, of Willmar died Thursday at Bethesda Pleasantview Nursing Home in Willmar. 
PILLATZKI, Leonard Alois (I5645)
241 where she signed a Probate Distribution form for Wm Mckinney's estate. BARNES, Mary Emeline (I1227)
242 where she signed a Probate Distribution form for Wm Mckinney's estate. BARNES, Belle (I1231)
243 White Oak, Cedar Township ATCHISON, George (I11621)
244 "CAPT. ZED"

Married Elizabeth Vinson on March 18, 1851 in Rusk County, Texas.

James Griffith Garrison
Ruth Eliza Garrison
John Thomas Garrison
Charles William Garrison
Henry Devereaux Garrison
Mary Elizabeth Garrison
Antoinette Lacy Garrison
Rosa Bonner Garrison
Zadok Bonner Garrison, Jr 
GARRISON, Capt. Zadok Bonner (I11350)
245 "Died, at his Residence in PAULDING COUNTY, GEORGIA, November 4, 1848, CALEB GARRISON, Age 73. He was born in North Carolina, moved to Franklin County, Georgia, and in 1810, he became a member of the Methodist Church, and shortly afterwards he was appointed leader. He moved from Franklin County to Fayette County, thense to Carroll, and afterwards he lived several years in Heard, then moved from there to Paulding County, where he breathed his last. No doubt his name will be recognized at once by many of the ministers of the Georgia Conference as a friend, and a steward of the various circuits in which he lived. His house has always been a home for the ministers of the gospel, where they received a hearty welcome."

Died at his residence, in Paulding County, Georgia, November 4, 1848, Caleb Garrison, aged 73. His disease was one of long standing, and such was its character that frequently his children were called upon to see his last, but he bore it with courage, fortitude, and murmured not at the providence of God. In his death, the Church lost a devoted member of long standing. He was born in North Carolina, moved to Franklin County, Ga., in 1810, became a member of the Methodist Church a year after his removal, and shortly after he was appointed a leader.

He moved from Franklin County to Fayette County, then to Carroll County, Georgia. He afterwards lived several years in Heard County, and moved from thence to his residence in Paulding, where he breathed his last. (Obituary of Caleb Garrison; Southern Christian Advocate, Vol. XII, No. 26, p. 104; issue of Dec. 8, 1848)

Caleb married Sarah Jane Fleming in 1795, and they had 9 children:

John Garrison (1797-1830)
Henry Parks Garrison (bet 1800/1810-1834)
James Freeborn Garrison (1802-1860)
Ann Henley Garrison Gillespie (1804-1851)
Permelia W Garrison Lamberth (1809-1866)
Lovick Pierce Garrison, M.D. (abt 1811-1881)
Jane Williams Garrison Cosper/Frost/Ross (1813-1892)
George McKendrick Scott Garrison (1816-1883)
Patterson Gillespie Garrison (1818-1901)

Note: Recent DNA testing has disproven a long-held theory that Caleb's parents were John Garrison and Elinor Robinson. Instead, his parents are now believed to be Isaiah Garrison and another Elinor. 
GARRISON, Caleb G. Sr. (I7399)
246 "Fly Corner" has come into the limelight again after about 23 hours of quietness. Bess Hargraves Newton, one of the belles of this locality, swore out a warrant yesterday afternoon charging Daisy Kirkman with threatening to commit a public offense. It seems that the Kirkman girl is in love with Bess's husband and this made her jealous. The two got into a word fight, the Kirkman girl threatening to kill her. Daisy was before Justice Bacon this morning and was put under $100 bonds to keep the peace.

Oskaloosa Herald (Oskaloosa, Mahaska county, Iowa) Thursday May 16, 1907 - page 3 column 2 
KIRKMAN, Daisy E. Hedler (I14369)
247 "Fly Corner" has come into the limelight again after about 23 hours of quietness. Bess Hargraves Newton, one of the belles of this locality, swore out a warrant yesterday afternoon charging Daisy Kirkman with threatening to commit a public offense. It seems that the Kirkman girl is in love with Bess's husband and this made her jealous. The two got into a word fight, the Kirkman girl threatening to kill her. Daisy was before Justice Bacon this morning and was put under $100 bonds to keep the peace.

Oskaloosa Herald (Oskaloosa, Mahaska county, Iowa) Thursday May 16, 1907 - page 3 column 2 
HARTGRAVES, Bessie May (I14384)
248 "GLASGOW'S OLDEST BUSINESS WOMAN. And One of the Best Citizens of the Town Dies. A long and successful business career and the life of a woman, well-known throughout Barren and adjoining counties, has been brought to a close with the death of Mrs. P. S. Jordan.

"Fifty years ago, she became interested in the business circles of Glasgow and established a millinery store here and up until her death she still conducted her millinery establishment. One hundred seasons, she had seen come and go during this time and during this time she had supplied the county and neighboring counties and generation after generation with more hats than any other milliner, who ever lived in this section of the state.

She began her business career with not much of her own capital, and when she had finished her life's work she had accumulated a comfortable fund in the financial kingdom and owned her business house and home, which occupy one of the most desirable locations on the public square. Besides the fact that she was the oldest milliner in the town and county, she was also the town's pioneer business citizen, having been engaged in business longer here than any other man or woman in Glasgow. What she had, she had made and earned by labor and work and t! here was no more scrupulous or correct business citizen in the town than she. Her policy was ever for truthfulness, honesty and integrity and if she had left no worldly possessions, she would have beft something far more valuable than riches and that is an honest and good name, emblazoned over her life's record and upon the memory of all.

"About five years ago, she was stricken with typhoid fever and her recuperative powers could never quite overcome the after-effects of this ravaging disease. For the past year, she had been rapidly declining and because of her advanced years, being in her seventy-sixth year, and her debilitated physical condition, her death was not unexpected. She retained her strong mental activities clearly to the last and when the end came it was peaceful and quiet. Her death was pronounced due to senile dementia.

"Mrs. Jordan is survived by four children; Miss Maud Jordan and L. L.Jordan, of this place; Mrs. L. E. Watson, of St. Louis, and Mr. Tom Jordan, of Jacksonville, Fla. She had been a faithful and devout member of the Methodist church for fifty years, having joined that denomination when she was twenty-five years old.

"In the absence of Rev. S. G. Shelly, the funeral services were conducted by Mr. Tom Shader of the Methodist Church, Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, after which the remains were interred in the Glasgow cemetery. The pallbearers included: Messrs. N. D. Terry, Jim Depp, Basil Smith, Hardin Ralston, Will
Daugherty, L. W. Gee."

Obituary courtesy of Cheryl (#48076411) 
PEDIGO, Permelia Susan (I708)
249 "History of Blue Earth County and Biographies of It's Leading Citizens
Biographical History pg 481

LUDTKE, HENRY - The scientific phases of agriculture have appealed with especial interest to Mr. Ludtke who believes that some of the old-fashioned methods of farming have no reason for continuance except in usage and tradition; and he has been in distinct sympathy with twentieth-century plans of cultivation of the soil and maintaining the fertility of the same. The origin of his interest in scientific farming dates back to his training in St. Paul, where he took the complete course of three years, graduating in 1902. During two years of the course he took military training in addition to agricultural work and in his last year at the school he was honored by being chosen captain of his company. His interest in military affairs is inherited from his father, who once served in the Germany army and always delighted in the study of military tactics.
Born in Pleasant Mound township, Blue Earth county, February 21, 1875, Henry Ludtke is a son of Emel and Julia (Tesky) Ludtke, natives of Posen, Germany. The paternal grandfather, Christov Ludtke, was born in Posen, Germany, and there spent his entire life, following the occupation of farming. During the year 1867 Emel Ludtke crossed the ocean to the United States and at once proceeded to Wisconsin, where he settled on a farm near Princeton. The year 1874, witnessed his removal from Wisconsin to Minnesota, where he settle on a raw tract of land in Pleasant Mound township and took up general farming. In a short time he sold the land and bought seventy-five acres where he still lives. Subsequent purchase gave him forty acres on section eleven, eighty acres on section twelve, and eighty acres on section fourteen, all of which property he subsequently transferred to his son, Henry, with whom he is now living.
There were twelve children in the family, of whom one son is deceased. Five sons and six daughters are now living , and all are married and established in homes of their own. The youngest son, Henry, received his rudimentary education in the district schools, after which he spent three years in the State School of Agriculture. September 11, 1902, he married Gusta Bergemann, who was born in Illinois, and came to Blue Earth county with her parents, William and Ernestena Bergemann, settling in the township of Ceresco, where her father died. Her mother continues to live in that township.
Two daughters, Gertrude and Leola, comprise the family of Mr. and Mrs. Ludtke. Under the management of Mr. Ludtke are three hundred and eighty-five acres. Willow Creek runs through the farm in such a way as to render possible the thorough tilling of all the land, should such drainage be deemed advisable. Cattle, hogs and horses are raised on possible farm and the returns from their sale prove that the owner is a skilled stock raiser. For some years Mr. Ludtke has been working in association with the Minnesota School of Agriculture to ascertain the value of different varieties of commercial fertilizer. Different fields are fertilized with different varieties, the results are carefully noted by him and reports are sent to the college where they are analyzed and results recorded, the final conclusions being published for the benefit of farmers throughout the entire state. 
LUEDTKE, Henry Adolph (I10034)
250 "In 1829 was appointed first postmaster of "McWhorter Mill" and the cabin home served as post office. He settled in Marion Co, Oh, 1833. There he farmed and taught school. At the same time he took up the study of medicine and, by close application, became well versed in it and became a successful practitioner". He later moved to Sullivan Co, Mo, and was a Fife Major in the 23rd Missouri regiment, Federal Army, participating in the "Battle of Pittsbgurg Landing". Two of his sons were in the same army, Henry C McWhorter ,RIN 5196, and Walter Fields McWhorter, RIN 5195, (killed at Cloyd's Mountain, Va) MCWHORTER, Fields Dr. (I3417)

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