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Edward A. Lauer
April 30, 2006|The Morning Call
Edward A. Lauer, age 63, of Pompano Beach, Florida, went to be with the Lord on Palm Sunday, April 9, 2006, with his loving wife, Sue, by his side. It was a lengthy illness and Ed fought a brave battle with lung cancer. Born in Mechanicsburg, Pa., he was a local resident of Pompano Beach for the past 10 years. Edward graduated from Cumberland Valley High School and Shippensburg State College. As a well-respected professional, Eds career encompassed over four decades of computer evolution and spanned both public and private organizations. He worked for International Business Machines from 1965 to 1991 as a senior systems engineer and then as a consultant to Computer Aid Inc. from 1992 to 1993. Ed joined Tidal Technologies Corporation in 1994 as a senior database administrator/systems consultant until his illness in 2004. He was well-respected by his peers and his integrity was evident to all those who had the opportunity to work with him. Survivors: Adoring wife of 45 years, Sue; son, Jeff (wife, Ahisha) Lauer; daughters, Dawn (husband, Tor) Maynard and Kiva (husband, Dean) Ferrerio; grandchildren, Greg and Melissa Maynard; twin granddaughters, Olivia Sue and Mia Adrianna Ferrerio; brothers, Donald (Romane), Dennis (Patricia), James (Barbara); sister, Linda (Edward) Ward; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends. Services: A memorial service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6, 2006, at the Community Church in Lauderdale by the Sea, 4433 Bougainvilla Dr., Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Fla. Phone 954-776-5530. Arrangements by Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 200 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach. Phone 954-941-4111. Contributions: Instead of flowers, Ed asked that you make a donation to his favorite charity: Florida Breast Cancer Resource Network, 2235L Spring Harbor Dr., Delray Beach, FL 33445. Phone 800-696-8349.
|Lauer, Edward (I3429)
|2||"Burnie" caught polio very severely in his early/mid '30's - he lived out his life in an iron lung.||Bentz, Burton Burnell (I3880)
|3||"David Bentz, a veteran of the Civil War, now living retired on his excellent property in Washington township, York Co., PA., was born in this county, in Warrington township, in September, 1842.|
Until he was eleven years old Mr. Bentz attended the school known by his family name, and then went to work on the farm. At the age of nineteen years he enlisted in the army as a teamster and drove a Government team from 1862 until 1863. He then re-enlisted in Company E, 200th P.V.I., and participated in several severe engagements, notably Fort Steadman and Petersburg. He was mustered out at Harrisburg in May, 1865, having a record of never being off duty in all this long period. He had many adventures and on two occasions came very near sudden death, a bullet once tearing his clothing from his right shoulder and another tearing away a part of his shoe.
After his return from the army the young man worked for his father and for neighboring farmers for about five years, and then spent two years working at Deardorff's mill. After his marriage in 1872 he spent two years on a farm belonging to his father-in-law, and then rented other farms until 1891, when he bought his present property, which consists of 105 acres formerly belonging to Adam Minear...
In 1872 Mr. Bentz was married to Catherine Gentzler, daughter of John and Catherine (Speck) Gentzler. They were some of Washington township's most prominent people. Their old homestead is now owned by C.C. Kimmel."
The son of Jacob L. & Elizabeth Slothower Bentz and the husband of Catherine Ann Gentzler Bentz, whom he married May 18, 1872. In 1860, he was a farmer presumably living in Warrington Township, York County. He stood 5' 10" tall and had dark hair and blue eyes.
A Civil War veteran, he enlisted in Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County, August 25, 1864, with Co. E, 200th Pa Inf, serving at the rank of private until honorably discharged May 30, 1865.
|Bentz, David (I3504)
|4||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Wevodau, Carl Leroy (I3208)
|5||"It is with deep sadness that we have to announce the death of long time photographer and club member, Edwin Flowers. Ed will be remembered as a stalwart in dark room photography working in color, black and white, infra-red and bas relief. Ed joined Photography West on October 1, 1986 and died on October 2, 2010. Even though Ed didn’t get into serious photography until he joined our club, he was a master photographer with an unbelievable eye. He previously was quoted as saying his aim was to “make the ordinary look interesting.” Photography was his passion spending many, many hours in our Lab both working and monitoring. Ed was born in Hershey, Pennsylvania on January 17, 1927 retiring to Sun City West with his wife, Louise, from Boulder, Colorado. Louise preceded him in death in 2006. He was a meteorologist by profession. In 1956 he was a member of Deep Freeze, the first wintering over expedition to the South Pole. He also worked on subsequent expeditions. Over the 24 years that Ed was a member of our club, his contributions were invaluable. He will be missed by all."|
(Taken from FOCUS, PhotographyWest Camera Club, Sun CityWest, Arizona Newsletter, November - December 2010, Volume 27, No. 5 at http://www.photographyscw.org/Nov%202010%20FOCUS%20no%20numbers.pdf)
Was a member of the First Wintering Personnel of the US South Pole Station
Edwin 'Ed' Flowers was one of eighteen men (and one dog) who spent the first-ever winter at the South Pole in 1957 as part of the International Geophysical Year (IGY). Flowers was a meteorologist.
|Flowers, Edwin Calvin (I50)
|6||(From a letter by Rolf Idsø)Thormina married a man by [the] name of Warland. He left her and the 11 children to go to [the] U.S.A. Some think he was no good - others [said] that she was so mean he had to leave. But she was a good manager and so raised the family and became well off operating a store in Stavanger. One daughter - Astrid - came to N.W.U. of Chicago to take graduate nurse's training. She visited one summer in Fargo [North Dakota] with Uncle Torre. After returning to Norway she married an engineer. Also recoverd from an attack of T.B. [Tuberculosis].||Idso, Thore Thorsen (I1634)
|7||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Petersen, Einer Joseph (I6)
|8||1850 Federal Census has him listed as "Fredk Vevotto," residing in Susquehanna, Dauphin, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_775;Page: 231B; Image: 34, age 40, laborer, born in Germany.|
Name: F??? Wievode
Arrival Date: 12 Jul 1847
Gender: M (Male)
Port of Arrival: New York
Port of Departure: London
Place of Origin: Deutschland
Ship: American Eagle
Family Identification: 704904
Microfilm Serial Number: M237
Microfilm Roll Number: 68
|Wevodau, Frederick M (I3388)
|9||1870 Census lists her occupation as keeping house, and also, that she was 39 years old.||Nell, Leah (I161)
|10||1924, Graduated Neb. Wesleyan Univ.||Ziggafoos, Hazel Comfort Loise (I4121)
|11||1930 Census reports John M Grispino (age 12, as reported by the 1930 Census) living with his mother (Rose Oliviere, age 34) and stepfather (Joseph Oliviere, age 37). Also in the home were Anthony Grispino (age 12) and Angeline Grispino (age 9).||Grispino, John M (I924)
|12||1930 Census reports Josephine as the head of household. Also in the household was a boarder, named Helen Piaskowski (age 18).||Wiszonerska, Josephine (I927)
|13||1930 Census reports Mildred (age 9, as reported by the 1930 Census) living with her grandmother, (Josephine Gaworski, age 56). Also in the same home in 1930 were Alexander Gaworski (age 28), Stella Gaworski (age 24), Joseph Gaworski (age 21) and Helen Piaskowski (age 18).||Gosik, Mildred M (I923)
|14||2 dead in apparent road rage crash into bakery|
Posted: Nov 19, 2010 5:24 AM EST Updated: Nov 19, 2010 2:37 PM EST
MARYSVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) - Two people died when a minivan crashed into a Perry County bakery Thursday night in an incident police are investigating as a case of road rage.
State police have identified the victims as 40-year-old Jodi Shinault and 42-year-old David Wevodau, both of Enola.
Shinault's minivan had struck the back of a Volkswagen Jetta driven by 23-year-old Sean McCaleb as both vehicles were traveling north on Route 11/15 in the Enola area, according to police. Both drivers continued into Marysville at a high rate of speed, with the minivan closely following the Jetta, until McCaleb made a left turn onto Park Avenue, police said. Investigators said Shinault failed to make the turn, struck the rear of the Jetta again, then continued through the parking lot of Specialty Bakers and crashed into the side of the building before the minivan was launched 30 feet into the air and landed nose down in the basement at around 11:20 p.m. Shinault and Wevodau were pronounced dead at the scene. Police said they were not wearing seatbelts. "They were able to get a medic in there early on to check, and they were confident the victims were deceased," public information officer John Bruetsch said. "At that point, it became a recovery operation instead of a rescue effort." A bakery employee was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. McCaleb and his passenger, both Enola residents, were not injured. "Anytime you have aggressive driving and road rage you can produce deadly results, and this should serve as a reminder how deadly these acts are," state police spokesman Trooper Tom Pinkerton said.
|Wevodau, David Adam (I3225)
|15||24th of 9th mo 1767 JESSE COOK - MARY WIERMAN|
Whereas JESSE COOK son of PETER COOK of warrington in the county of york and province of Pennsylvania and SARAH his wife and MARY WIERMAN the daughter of HENRY WIERMAN of huntington and County aforesaid and PRISCILLA his wife . . . this twenty fourth day of the ninth month in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven . . . at huntington in the county aforesaid.
York County, Pennsylvania Quakers
Marriages, Removals, Births & Deaths
Newberry, Warrington, Menallen, Huntington, and York Meetings
1. The original house, according to my grandfather William R. Cooke, was the first floor east end. This appears to have been two bedrooms and a kitchen, which also must have served as a general living area. The floor of this part of the house is elevated above the floor of the remainder of the house, added later. As the original house is the only part under which there is a cellar, this appears to account for the difference in level. This area has many springs, including one just down the hill from the house, so it is possible to speculate that underground water prevented digging the cellar deep enough to bring the house floor to ground level.Jesse Cook married Mary Wierman in 1767. He was age 23 at the time. Presumably the first part of the house was built about this time. The date under the eaves at the peak of the house of 1785, I take to be the date of the addition of the second floor. One reason for assuming the first part was built earlier lies in the will of Jesse's father, Peter Cook. Peter came to York Co. in 1745 and his house, now gone, was several miles south of this one. In his will (Peter), dated 1/17/1777 (Will Book F, page 246 at York Co. Courthouse) he left his own farm to his youngest son, Peter. This implies that his other sons (Jesse, Joseph and Samuel) had established themselves elsewhere. The size of the original land holdings is not known to me but the taxables of Monoghan Twp. (which at the time included present Carroll and Franklin Twp's.) for 1783 lists, "Jesse Cook, 105 acres, 1 tanyard, 143 (pounds)." The mention of the tanyard in 1783 makes it clear that a residence existed prior to 1785.
2. By will dated 2/16/1815 (Will Book O, page 66, York Co. Courthouse) Jesse Cook left everything he owned to his son John. John, however, was charged with paying various legacies to his brothers and sisters. The will states that if this is too great a burden to him any of the others could have the farm upon paying John 600 (pounds).
3. By will dated 7/14/1858 (Will Book W, page 249, York Co. Courthouse) John Cook left the farm to his son John. He refers to the farm as the one where his son "now resides with me....100 acres more or less." He also mentions "...any of my farms...the one I now live on or the one occupied by the said widow...of Walker Cook, deceased." The spring house is also mentioned. John Cook, Sr. married Hannah Walker and John Cook, Jr. married a second cousin, Lydia Marsh Walker (Hannah and Lydia thus being first cousins once removed). They did not get along and the will of John, Sr. contains the following: "...and whereas the wife of my said son John Cook, Jr. has for sometime since and is now acting in an unbecoming and ungenerous manner towards me and my said wife, in view of which conduct it is my will and I hereby declare that she, John's wife, shall never have any interest, claim on or demand into or out of the Real Estate I hereinbefore bequested to the said John. However it is my will that the right of said premises shall be in the said John absolutely forever so that he may use, enjoy and dispose of the same absolutely by sale, bequest or otherwise but not to his said wife directly or indirectly."
4. John Cook, Jr. apparently died intestate. However, a deed dated 4/1/1891 (Deed Book 9C, page 602, York Co. Courthouse) is a transaction between the heirs of John Cook, Jr. being William R. Cook, Mary A. Cook, Andrew B. Shearer & his wife Eliza, and Ruth Emma Bair (Cook). The farm described as partly in Carroll Twp. and partly in Warrington Twp. was sold to William R. Cooke by the other heirs. It was shortly after this that William added the "e" to his name.
5. The farm next went to Ruth Cooke, daughter of William Ramsey Cooke (and my father's sister), probably by sale during his lifetime. There appears to be no will and I have not checked the deed records.
6. Ruth Cooke sold the farm to Niles Shearer, a son of Andrew Shearer, about 1953. (July 1953-rlc, III)
7. Niles Shearer sold the farm to his grandson Carl Shearer, about 1978. It still consists of about 120 acres.
-- R. L. Cooke, Jr.
June 15, 1980
In the name of God Amen I Jefse Cook of the township of Franklin in the County of York and State of Pennsylvania. Being in Perfect Health of Body and of Sound mind In Memory and Understanding (Blefsed be God, for the Same) But considering the uncertainty of this transitory Life do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following to Wit first of all I Command my body to the Earth to be buried in a Decent and Christian like Manner at the discretion of my Executors Herein after Named--and as to Such worldly Estate wherewith, it hath pleased God to blefs me with in this life. I Give and dispose of the Same in the Following Manner to Wit ----------
I Give and devise to my beloved wife Mary one feather Bed and bedding, one Cow and Her Keeping and Eight pounds lawful mony of Pennsylvania in one year after my Decease and the like Sum Every year During her Natural life to be paid by my son John Cook and the privilage of the Room that John lives in and a Sufficiency of fire wood Made Ready for the fire or Stove, one fourth part of the Household and Kitchen furniture to be at her own Disposal Exclusive of the before mentioned bed and Bedding --
Item I Give and bequeath to my beloved Son Henry Cook and to his heirs and afsign all the Bonds against him in my Pofsefsion but the two last this to be in full of his Shares of my Real Estate --
Item I Give and bequeath to my beloved son Isaac Cook and his heirs or afsigns the Sum of two Hundred pounds lawful mony of Pennsylvania to be paid to him by my son John Cook in manner following that is to say twenty five pounds to be paid to him in one year after my decease and So on twenty five pounds yearly until the two Hundred pounds is fully paid -- and farther I Give and Devise to my said son Isaac Cook his heirs or afsigns the two last Bonds now in my My Pofsefsion Signed by Henry Cook to be paid to him by my son Henry Cook as they become due. ---
Item I Give and bequeath to my beloved son Samuel Cook to his heirs or afsigns the Sum of twenty five pounds lawful mony to be paid in three Years after my decease to be paid to him by my son John Cook ---
Item I Give and bequeath to my beloved Daughter Mary, Now Intermaried with Zachariah Reed, and to her heirs or afsigns the sum of fifty pounds lawful mony to be paid to her by my son John Cook in three years after my decease -- and farther I Give and devise to my daughter Mary Reed one Case of Drawers and the Small tea Kittel, one Good bed and bedding in full of her share of my Estate except personal Estate --
Item I Give and bequeath to my beloved son John Cook his heirs or afsigns the Plantation I now live on Clock and Large tea Kittel.
He paying the legacies above Specified to Isaac Cook Samuel Cook and Mary the wife of Zachariah Reed.
If so be that my son John Cook do not think proper to take my Plantation and pay the afforsaid legacies to my wife and Children and any of my other Children taking my Plantation paying as Mentioned is to pay to John Cook his heirs or afsigns the sum of Six Hundred pounds lawful mony, the first payment to be fifty pounds In one year after my decease and so on fifty pounds yearly until the Six Hundred is fully paid -- and farther I allow And it is my wife that my personal Estate What Shall Remain after my wifes fourth part and paying my Just debts, to be Equally divided among all my Children above Named or their heirs --
And lastly I Nominate and appoint my Son Henry Cook - Isaac Cook and my trusty friend Elisha Cook to be my Executors of this my last will and Testament hereby Revoking all other wills, legacies, and Bequeaths by me heretofore made and Declaring this and no other to be my last will & Testament, In Witnefs whereof I the Said Jefse Cook have hereunto Let my hand and Seal the Sixteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred and Fifteen Signed Sealed Published pronounced and Declared by the Said Testator as his last will and testament in the presence of us Who in his presence and at his Request Have Subscribed Witnefs
Daniel CooksonJese Cook (Seal)
LAST WILL and TESTAMENT of JESSE COOK, son of Peter & Sarah (Gilpin) Cook
Born - 9 mo. 14, 1744, Cook Farm, Doe Run, Warrington, York Co., Pennsylvania
Married - 9 mo. 24, 1767, Warrington MH, York Co., Pennsylvania; Mary Wierman, dau. of Henry & Priscilla (Pope) Wierman
Died - August 18, 1818, Carroll, York Co., Pennsylvania
Buried - Warrington FBG, nr Wellsville, York Co., Pennsylvania
York County Archives,
Will Book - O, Page 66
R. L. Cooke, III
August 18, 1997
|Cook, Jesse (I1990)
|16||A cousin by the name of John Hotts or Gotts (age 17 or 77) lived with William and Lydia in Susquehanna Township in 1900.||Wevodau, William (I3375)
|17||A Reformed clergyman in Philadelphia||Berletnann, Rev. F. W. (I6267)
|18||About 1835 - moved to Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio||Dubbs, Henry (I6253)
|19||According to an extract of a volume, page header "Cumberland County", pg. 637, among others:|
"Jacob L. Bentz was born in Lancaster County, and was a farmer all his life. When a small boy his parents moved to Warren Township, York County, and there he died in 1878, aged seventy-two years. He married (first) Elizabeth Slothour, of Lancaster County, who died when our subject (John E. Bentz) was sixteen years old. The father re-married, but there were no children to the second union. The children born to Jacob L. and Elizabeth Bentz were: John E., of this sketch; Susanna, deceased, Mrs. Arnold; Michael, deceased; Mary, Mrs. John Wireman, deceased; Jacob, a farmer in York County; Lewis, near Dillsburg, York County; Rebecca, Mrs. Samuel Deardorf, of Wellsville; Leah, Mrs. Rudy Sanders, of Wellsville; Adam, near Wellsville; and Fred, also settled near Wellsville.
From handwritten notes from files: "Jacob L. Bentz and elizabeth Slothower were Mennonite or Amish. Their sons, Jacob', name is on the gettysburg Register."
|Bentz, Jacob Lau (I3474)
|20||According to an extract of a volume, page header "Cumberland County", pg. 637, among others:|
"JOHN E. BENTZ, one of the well-known railroad men of Cumberland county and a resident of Shiremanstown, was born Oct. 14, 1828, in Warren Township, York Co., PA, son of Jacob L. Bentz.
John E. Bentz, of this sketch, was reared on his father's farm, and attended school two months each winter. The summers were spent in farm work, and it is still a matter of some little pride with Mr. Bentz that he was able to plow and harrow when he was but nine years old. When twenty-three years of age, he went to White Pigeon, Mich., where he was manager for two farms for William Armitage, a substantial man of that place at a later date, but for two years he remained behind in York county. After Mr. Armitage took charge of his property, Mr. Bentz returned and farmed the home farm for the two succeeding years, and during this time his wife, Miss Susan Burkheimer, of York Co., died.
After the death of his wife Mr. Bentz sold out his interests in Yrok county, and moved to Newville, Cumberland county, where he engaged in various kinds of work from 1858 to 1865, selling mules, teaming, farm work, etc., and in 1863 he assisted in the building of the Richmond furnace at Loudon.
In 1859 Mr. Bentz was married to Mary M. Grubb, born at Drytown, Cumberland county. Her father, John Grubb, was born in Lancaster county, and there married Elizabeth Ebersole. They lived for a time at Drytown, afterward moving to Newville, where Mr. Grubb worked on the Cumberland Valley RR until his death, residing at the time in Shiremanstown. Mr. Grubb was sixty-eight years of age, and was survived by his widow until she was seventy-five. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Grubb were: Mrs. Bentz; Daniel, of Wauseon, Ohio; Rebecca, who died single; Miss Lydia, of Shiremanstown; Lizzie, Mr.s William A. McMullen, of Wellsville, PA; Emma, Mrs. Lemuel Shafer, of Shiremanstown; and Sarah, Mrs. Jacob Straining, of New Kingstown, Cumberland county.
In 1866 Mr. Bentz settled in Shiremanstown, and went to work for the Cumberland Valley RR as a section hand. He acted as substitute foreman many times before he was made a permanent foreman in 1879, on the section between White Hill and Mechanicsburg. During this long period Mr. Bentz has seen many changes in railroad working, and the adoption of many improvements which lessen the dangers to the public, and place less responsibility on the road employees. His son, John Grubb Bentz, was for seven years agent for the Cumberland Valley RR at Shiremanstown, and is now its agent at Winchester, Virginia.
Mr. Bentz had one son born to his first marriage, Samuel Jacob, who is now a resident of Burbank, Ohio, and who married Susanna Nosker. The children of his second marriage were two sons, John G. and William. The former, as mentioned above, is a resident of WInchester, VA, and married to Rosanna Lambert. The latter is a resident of Shiremanstown, and married Emma Straining, now deceased.
Prior to coming to Shiremanstown, Mr. Bentz and family were connected with the Methodist Church at Newville, to which he was always a liberal contributor. They now attend the Church of God at Shiremanstown. He has always been identified with the Republican Party, and has been an active supporter of its principles, but has never sought political honors. He has made many warm personal friends, and has always worked for the advancement of education, for twenty-two years serving as school director. He is held in esteem by his employers, and fulfills to the best of his ability the demands of domestic and social life."
|Bentz, John E (I3493)
|21||According to Dauphin County Birth Records, which were kept from 1893 - 1906, Frederick lived in the following places: 1894 - Calder's Farm in Susquehanna Township, 1896 - 1897 - Ehrman B. Mitchell Farm, 1899 - Coxestown and 1900 - Susquehanna Township North Precinct. Frederick's occupation is listed as either a farmer or laborer until 1899 when he found a job with the Pennsylvania Railroad (his brother George has been working on the railroad since 1895). Frederick began as a laborer around 1899 and advanced to the position as Track Foreman in 1900.||Wevodau, Frederick (I3245)
|22||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Madsen, Kristie Lynn (I5112)
|23||Adopted in May 1967.||Bentz, Michael Kenneth (I4704)
|24||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Bentz, Cole James (I4907)
|25||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Bentz, Polly Denise (I4211)
|26||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Bentz, Phillip Dale (I4212)
|27||Adopted.||McCandless, Robert (I4767)
|28||Adopted.||McCandless, LaVina Nellis (I4768)
|29||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Hammond, Rebekah In Kyung (I5115)
|30||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Bentz, Steven Anthony (I5314)
|31||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Bentz, Teresa Jeanne (I5316)
|32||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Schmidt, Rachel Christine (I5492)
|33||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Sorge, Jesse Daniel (I5562)
|34||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Haenggi, David Arthur (I4537)
|35||After 1910 we lost William….In 1912-1914 Cora lived with a Mrs. Mary A. Wennell at 26 Balm Street, 1915-1916 Cora lived with a Mrs. Mary A. Wennell, and Jean who was a Clerk, and they all lived at 28 N Summit Street. 46|
Where is the family? Did Cora die around 1917 and did William marry again to Margaret Jean Miller? We did find a September 12th 1918, WW-I Draft record for William John Wennell, a pipe fitter who registered in York County. His wife was Jean Wennell, and he worked for Hanley and Company, Chicago Cook County Illinois. 47 This William Wennell has a birth date of February 22nd 1874, and is a pipe fitter and steam fitter. The family continues in 1920 Enola, but the wife’s name is Margaret Jean. They later live in 1930- 1940 Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania.
|Wennell, William (I6454)
|36||After her parents divorce, Sarah Comp was adopted by her Bentz grandparents. She was raised as part of the John W. Flowers family. This adoption was not generally known until after the death of Salome Margaret Bentz Flowers. Adoption happened between August 21, 1914 and August 11, 1917.||Comp, Sarah Anna (I1045)
|37||After the family moved to Londongrove, Peter began courting Sarah Gilpin. She lived on her father's farm 12 1/2 miles to the east. The Gilpin's were early settlers in Pennsylvania and came of a very prominent family in England. (The Gilpin ancestry leads to practically all the royal families of Europe, through John of Gaunt) In 1730, Peter and Sarah were married at Concord Mtg. In 1744 they moved to Warrington with their family of 4 boys and 4 girls. By 1730, Warrington Meeting was already functioning, but the town of York had just been organized. Peter recieved a land warrant in 1744 for 200 acres in Manchester, Lancaster Co. Later in the same year, he received a second warrant for 400 acres in York Co., about 1 1/2 miles southwest of Wellsville as the crow flies. Actually these grants were in the same place, as York Co. was originally part of Lancaster Co.||Cook, Peter (I2019)
|38||age 73 years and 8 months, wife of Oliver Bentz and was also survived by daughter, Mrs. Daniel H. Grove, York Springs; sister, Mrs. Catherine Fackler, Nashville, IA and brother, Michael Frysinger, Mechanicsburg||Frysinger, Annie Leah (I3712)
|39||age 93, a retired farmer and a member of Barrens Lutheran Church died at Carlisle hospital from injuries of a fall .|
Was survived by daughters:Mrs. Howard Myers, Bermudian; Mrs. Louis H. Kinter, Dillsburg and Mrs. Bertha Wonders, Wellsville,
|Cook, Walter (I3780)
|40||Albert married Hettie A. Culbertson in 1907. They lived in Homestead Allegheny County Pennsylvania. Albert was a motorman, and later a conductor and assistant superintendent for Homestead and Mifflin Railway.||Bentz, Albert Earl (I3676)
|41||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Oltjenbruns, Joanne (I5526)
|42||Angelo came to the United States from Macedonia when he was 12 years old.||Branoff, Angelo A. (I1880)
|43||April 23, 2006|
K R A J E W S K I
Dennis J. "Zeke" on April 20, 2006. Beloved son of Eleanor (nee Gosik) and the late Stanley L. Krajewski. Dear brother of Janice, Richard (Debbie), Barbara A., Timothy (Kathy), and the late Stanley L. Jr. "Buster" (his wife Chris). He is also survived by nieces, nephews and their families. Relatives, friends, fellow members of Polonia Club, Point No Point, and fellow employees of Phila. Intl. Airport are invited to his Viewing and Funeral Monday after 8AM at the Slabinski Funeral Home 2614 Orthodox St. Funeral Mass 10 AM St. John Cantius Church. Int. Holy Redeemer Cem. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. John Cantius Church 4415 Almond St. Phila., PA 19137 would be appreciated. Share your fondest memories of Zeke at SlabinskiFuneralHome.com
|Krajewski, Dennis James (I899)
|44||Arrived in the US in 1890, at the age of 25.||Kingman, Ignatius (I1649)
|45||At one time pastor of Trinity Reformed congregation, Allentown, now professor of Oriental languages in the Auburn Theological Seminary.||Hincke, Rev. William J. (I6271)
|46||Attended grade school in the Bahl rural school and is a graduate from Arthur High School. Was an assistant custodian at Dakota Elementary School for 9 years. Was a Lutheran Church custodian for 10 years. Was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary.||Petersen, Bernice Evelyn (I421)
|47||Attended Roosevelt, Minn. grade school and is a graduate from Williams, Minn. High School. He was active in hockey, spent 2 1/2 years in the United States Navy, serving 11 months overseas in the Japanese-Chinese theatre. Following his discharge, Jeffrey and Bernice Norquist lived at Roosevelt, Minn., and moved to Hunter in 1950. They rented housing and in 1956, they purchased the Ingebrightsen Property, owned by Arnold Rieniets. Jeffrey was employed at Hunter G.T.A., Goss Electric, State Oil and Auto Co. and managed the Hunter Lumber Co. for 8 years. In 1969, Jeffrey started Jeff's Electric, his electrical enterprise of city and rural wiring and a device to lay underground cable. Jeffrey operated his business from his home in Hunter.||Norquist, Jeffrey Glen (I1689)
|48||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Hoag, Laurel Marie (I62)
|49||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Hoag, Myron Keith (I34)
|50||Baptism - 11 Jun 1819 Host (St. John's) Church|
Tulpehocken Township, Berks County
Name - Margaret Trautman
Parents - Jacob & Susanna
Sponsor - Valentin & Maria Marg. Trautmann
|Trautman, Margaret (I6008)