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Transcription: Obituary for Lena C. Blythe (Cade).

This is my transcription of the obituary for Lena C. Blythe (Cade).

 

Obituary of Lena C. Blythe (Cade)

Obituary of Lena C. Blythe

Obituary:

Lena Blythe

Mrs. Lena C. Blythe, 88, died Thursday in her home at 598 West County Road 38 after a lengthy illness.

Arrangements are pending at the Goodrich Mortuary.

Mrs. Blythe was born Feb. 15, 1888, in Gusse, Ind. She was married to Wesley E. Blythe on Jan. 25, 1917, in Covington, Ind. He survives.

They moved to Fort Collins in 1932 from Colorado Springs. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church and a charter member of Chapter Co of PEO here. She was a former member of Collins Chapter N. 26 of OES and Fort Collins Rebekah Lodge.

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Transcription: Draft Board Delinquents, Arlington Heights Herald, January 29, 1943

Following is the transcription of a newspaper article listing draft board delinquents printed in the Arlington Heights Herald on January 29, 1943.
Clayton William Blythe Newspaper Column

Newspaper article listing draft board delinquents printed in the Arlington Heights Herald on January 29, 1943.

Arlington Heights Herald

Volume 16, Number 23

Friday, January 29, 1943

 

List more delinquents of draft board

The following men, registered with Selective Service Local Board No. 1, are classified as suspected delinquents. Any person whose name appears upon the list should report immediately to this board, for correction of records. Failure to do so will cause the board to turn the name over to the United States Attorney for investigation.

John Paul Gasior, 255 N. Brockway, Palatine, Ill.

Walter Wilbert Simila, 634 Brainard st., Detroie, Mich.

John Jack Greschner, 33 N. W. 9th st., Miami, Florida.

Fred Edward Weaver, R. 1, Elgin, Ill.

Robert Loyd Wilt, Wheeling, Ill.

Peter Bose, Bartlett, Ill.

Walter Ladislaw Simo, Box 31, Clearfield, Utah.

Richard Eugene Mosher, General Delivery, Milton Jct., Wisc.

Herman Henry Kleeberg, R. 1, Box 2707, Des Plaines, Ill.

Clayton William Blythe, Palatine rd., Box 471, Arlington Heights, Ill.

Stephan Fritz, R. 1, Roselle, Ill.

Paul August Peske, R. 1, c/o Magnus, Arlington Heights, Ill.

George F. H. Rieckenberg, 3960 Elston ave., Chicago, Ill.

Roy E. Wilson, 502 S. Wapella ave., Mt. Prospect, Ill.

Martin Edward Nelson, R. 4, Elgin, Ill.

Thomas Parker, R. 1, Box 153, Dundee, Ill.

Herbert David James, R. 2, Otis rd., Barrington, Ill.

Ed. W. Hayes, R. 2, Palatine, Ill.

Carl Mendelsky, Karsten Farm, Arlington Heights, Ill.

Henry Mores Johnson, 15 N. State st., Elgin, Ill.

Joseph J. Hajny, R. 4, Box 4298, Elgin, Ill.

Joe Lapsansky, R. 1, Bartlett, Ill.

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Transcription: Tombstones of James and Sarah Anderson (née Thomas).

The following are my transcriptons of the tombstones of James and Sarah Anderson (née Thomas).
Tombstone of James Anderson

Tombstone of James Anderson, M.D.

Tombstone of James Anderson, M.D.

James Anderson M.D.
Died 7th [...]

(The image for this tombstone is very poor quality and almost unreadable.)

Grave marker for Sarah Anderson.

Tombstone of Sarah Anderson (nee Thomas).

Tombstone of Sarah (Thomas) Anderson

SARAH
Wife of
James Anderson M.D.
Died 6 Mo. 29, 1869

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Transcription: Adjutant General’s letter re David Coon’s death.

Adjutant General's Office re David Coon's Death Document

Pension document from the Adjutant General’s Office re David Coon’s death.

The following is my transcription of a letter from the Adjutant General’s office regarding David Coon’s death during the Civil War.

Adjutant General’s Office
Washington, D. C.
June 5th, 1865.

Sir:

I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt from your Office of application for Pension No. 89.92.5, and to return it herewith, with such information as is furnished by the files of the Office.

It appears from the Rolls on file in this Office, that David Coon was enrolled on the 26th day of Feb, 1864, at Madison in Co. A, 36th Regiment of Wis Volunteers, to serve 3 years, or during the war, and mustered into service as a Pri on the 1st day of Mch 1864, at Madison, Wis, in Co. A, 36th Regiment of Wis Volunteers, to serve 3 years, or during the war. On the Muster Roll of Co. A of that Regiment, for the months of Mch & Apl 1865, he is reported “Died in Rebel Prison at Saulsberry N.C. Nov 2d 1864″ Cause of death not stated

I am, Sir, very respectfully,

Your obedient servant, Saml [Treck]
Assistant Adjutant General.

The Commissioner of Pensions
Washington, D C.

Original form text below scored through, more than likely indicating no relevant information to be entered:

Memoranda.
Name of applicant,
Address

Initials or abbreviation noted in bottom left corner:

N.R.

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Transcription: In Memoriam card for Obeline D. Roy.

In Memoriam for Obeline D. Roy.

In Memoriam for Obeline D. Roy.

Following is my transcription of the In Memoriam card from the funeral of Obeline D. Roy.

IN LOVING MEMORY OF

OBELINE D. ROY

1906 – 1986

O gentlest heart of Jesus ever present in the Blessed Sacrament, ever consumed with burning love for the poor captive souls in Purgatory have mercy on the soul of Thy departed servant. Be not severe in Thy judgment but let some drops of Thy Precious Blood fall upon the devouring flames and do Thou O Merciful Savior send Thy angels to conduct Thy departed servant to a place of refreshment, light and peace. AMEN.

May the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God, rest in peace. AMEN.

HEMS BROTHERS MORTUARY

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Transcription – Death Certificate for Marieanne T. Bourgeois

The following is my transcription of the death certificate of Marieanne T. Bourgeois while trying to remain as true to the original form as possible.
Marieanne Turmwl Bourgeois Death Certificate

Death Certificate of Marieanne Turmel Bourgeois.

DEATH CERTIFICATION

The State of New Hampshire

This is to certify that the following is a true copy of facts recorded on the death record of the individual named hereon, said record being filed according to law.

NAME OF DECEASED:   Marieanne T. Bourgeois
SEX:    Female
DATE OF DEATH:    September 7, 1973
AGE (In Years, Last Birthday):    82
DATE OF DEATH:    7-26-91
PLACE OF DEATH, CITY OR TOWN:    Manchester, N.H.
BIRTHPLACE (State or Foreign Country):    Canada
(Marital Status):    Widowed
SURVIVING SPOUSE OR WIFE:
SOC. SEC. NO.:        003 03 1700
RESIDENCE:    State:  N.H., County:  Hills, City or Town:  Manchester
CAUSE OF DEATH:
Part 1, Death was caused by:
Immediate Cause (A)    Cardiac Arrest
Due to (B)    ASHD
Due to (C)
Medical Certification [?] By: L. A. Perron;  Title: MD;  Address: Manchester N.H.;  Date Signed: 9-10-73
Place of Burial (Name of Cemetery):    Mt. Calvary
Location:     City or Town:  Manchester, State: N.H.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION IF DEATH WERE DUE TO EXTERNAL CAUSES
_ Accident        _ Suicide        _ Homicide
Place of Injury:        City or Town:        State:
Time of Injury:        Month:        Day:        Year:        Hour:
Means of Injury:
By:     C. R. Stout
Clerk of:    Manchester N.H.
Date of Issue:        9-10-73

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