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15751 was a little boy his mother died and his father went over sea's. He left 3 children, 2 sons and a daughter, no one knows what became of the daughter, people by the name of Reitz adopted the 2 boys who name was Grey.

middle name also spelled Gray

1896 resided at Victoria Street 
REITZ, William Grey (I24130)
 
15752 was a little boy his mother died and his father went over sea's. He left 3 children, 2 sons and a daughter, no one knows what became of the daughter, people by the name of Reitz adopted the 2 boys who name was Grey.

middle name also spelled Gray

1896 resided at Victoria Street 
REITZ, William Grey (I24130)
 
15753 was father Samuel Landers or Thomas Landers with Hannah Jackson? LANDERS, Mary (I5677)
 
15754 was father Samuel Landers or Thomas Landers with Hannah Jackson? LANDERS, Mary (I5677)
 
15755 Was first married and then divorced from another Mary in Chicago. Copy of Marriage Certificate to Mary Spaulding, 2nd marriage, in possession of Scarlett A. Holman. Certificate #0284 Yuma, Arizona Courthouse.
Birth Certificate of John Casper Abersold from Texas Department of Health, bureau of Vital Statistics in possession of Scarlett A. Holman. 
ABERSOLD, John Casper (I19100)
 
15756 Was first married and then divorced from another Mary in Chicago. Copy of Marriage Certificate to Mary Spaulding, 2nd marriage, in possession of Scarlett A. Holman. Certificate #0284 Yuma, Arizona Courthouse.
Birth Certificate of John Casper Abersold from Texas Department of Health, bureau of Vital Statistics in possession of Scarlett A. Holman.

Ocean Takes Lives of Two in Single Day.
Two men lost their lives in the surf at Jacksonville Beach yesterday. ....John C. Abersold, 50, of Arlington died about 5:45 when caught in a run-out near Twentieth Avenue North. Abersold's wife seeing her husband being swept to sea gave the alarm and the Jacksonville Beach Patrol responded quickly, taking the man from the water. Artificial respiration and a resuscitator from Neptune Beach were used upon Abersold simultaneously for an hour at the scene of the tragedy. Efforts to revive him were continued at the Beach Patrol station but he was pronounced dead at 7 P.M. The Abersolds were swimming 12 blocks from the nearest Jacksonville Beach life guard station and three blocks from the nearest Neptune Beach guarded area.
....Abersold's funeral arrangements will be announced by Estes-Krauss Funeral Home. 
ABERSOLD, John Casper (I19100)
 
15757 Was married to both Dave and Chris Jayne. MCNABB, Margaret Alma (I21683)
 
15758 Was married to both Dave and Chris Jayne. MCNABB, Margaret Alma (I21683)
 
15759 was she also called Bertha, who is in 1880 US Census, age 8? BLYDENBURGH, Hazel (I4831)
 
15760 was she also called Bertha, who is in 1880 US Census, age 8? BLYDENBURGH, Hazel (I4831)
 
15761 Was the first woman to vote and receive a driver's license in Northampton CO, PA. BENNETT, Hazel Marie (I32469)
 
15762 was Trustee in the Presbyterian Church at Smithtown BLYDENBURGH, Theodore S. (I5044)
 
15763 was Trustee in the Presbyterian Church at Smithtown BLYDENBURGH, Theodore S. (I5044)
 
15764 Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park was formerly known as West Lawn Cemetery GOODMANSEN, Augustinus Pratt (I11646)
 
15765 Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park was formerly known as West Lawn Cemetery GOODMANSEN, Augustinus Pratt (I11646)
 
15766 WASENG - Dennis of East Islip on April 11, 2016. Beloved husband of Carol Mae (nee Dinga). Retired custodian from the East Islip School district. Cremation will be private. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Albrecht, Bruno & O'Shea Funeral Homes, Inc. of East Islip.
Published in Newsday on Apr. 12, 2016 
WASENG, Dennis C. (I35774)
 
15767 Watertown Daily Times (NY) - Thursday, August 15, 1991
Julia C. Keyes, 105, died Wednesday Aug. 14, 1991 at her home.
Surviving are three daughters, Constance Keyes, Mrs. Dick (Colleen) McNamara and Mrs. Bernard (Jean) Blydenburgh; nine grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
A son, Donald, and two daughters, Bertrice Keyes and Julia McCollum, died before her.
Born in Glasglow, Scotland, on Dec. 31, 1885, a daughter of Donald and Helen Chambers Campbell, she married Bert R. Keyes on Dec. 25, 1906. He died Aug. 26, 1926.
Mrs. Keyes was employed as a private duty nurse most of her life.
Burial was made in Bixby Cemetery. 
CAMPBELL, Julia (I38634)
 
15768 Wayne Pope
Wayne Pope 3rd Avenue Master Barber NORTH SALT LAKE- Wayne LaVel Pope, 65, loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away from the debilitating effects of pancreatic cancer, his family at his side, on May l, 2004. He was born on August 24, 1938 in Vernal, Utah. He is survived by his eternal companion and wife, Carol, and children, Dan (Diane), Mike (Debbie), Ron (Maree), Cheryl (Layne) Packer, Gary (Emily); his 17 grandchildren; and his siblings, Agnes (Calvert) Lewis, Valda (Fred) Dietrich, Reed (Lorna) Durfee, Phillip (Jean), Loraine (Ed) Crow, Larry (Carol), Ruby (Gerard) Regnier, Grant (Sharlett) Durfee, Carolyn (Raymond) Ray, Rose (Jerry) Owens, Joann Palmer, Russell (Diane), Ilene (Steve) Rands, Mark (Peggy), Ross (Susan) and Will (Linda) Marda. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mark and Edna Pope. Wayne graduated from Uintah High School in 1956 where he was Senior Class President and a star basketball player. He married his sweetheart, Carol Hulburt, in the Salt Lake Temple, on June 3, 1957. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving as High Priest Group Leader, Bountiful Temple worker and in many other Church capacities. He loved his family, the Lord and his Church with all his heart. He worked hard every day, so that his children could have a better life. He enjoyed participating in and watching sports as well as venturing out of town on frequent camping, hunting and fishing trips, and many of the other valuable activities that gave his family precious time together; building a foundation of experiences that will remain with them forever. Wayne was a Master Barber, cutting hair for 45 years, most of them on 3rd Avenue at his own Wayne's Barber Shop. His clients loved him as much for his classic barbering as for his conversation. He cut the hair of governors, mayors, legislators, university presidents, Church general authorities and even TV personalities; but more importantly, he cut the hair of thousands of individuals he called friends. Having just retired, he and Carol traveled to the East coast, visiting as many of the Church, historical and tourist sites that they could. They were called to serve a Church Mission as Temple workers in Fiji. It was while they served with all of their hearts that Wayne became very ill and returned home for his last months of life. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 7th, 2 p.m., at the LDS Church, 3707 S. 800 W., Bountiful. Please join in our celebration of Wayne Pope's life, beginning with a viewing at Russon Brother's Mortuary, 295 North Main Street, Bountiful, May 6th from 6 to 8 p.m. or prior to the funeral from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Interment-Salt Lake City Cemetery. Information and directions are available at www.russonmortuary.com.

Published in Deseret News from May 5 to May 6, 2004 
POPE, Wayne Lavell (I20105)
 
15769 Wayne Pope
Wayne Pope 3rd Avenue Master Barber NORTH SALT LAKE- Wayne LaVel Pope, 65, loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away from the debilitating effects of pancreatic cancer, his family at his side, on May l, 2004. He was born on August 24, 1938 in Vernal, Utah. He is survived by his eternal companion and wife, Carol, and children, Dan (Diane), Mike (Debbie), Ron (Maree), Cheryl (Layne) Packer, Gary (Emily); his 17 grandchildren; and his siblings, Agnes (Calvert) Lewis, Valda (Fred) Dietrich, Reed (Lorna) Durfee, Phillip (Jean), Loraine (Ed) Crow, Larry (Carol), Ruby (Gerard) Regnier, Grant (Sharlett) Durfee, Carolyn (Raymond) Ray, Rose (Jerry) Owens, Joann Palmer, Russell (Diane), Ilene (Steve) Rands, Mark (Peggy), Ross (Susan) and Will (Linda) Marda. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mark and Edna Pope. Wayne graduated from Uintah High School in 1956 where he was Senior Class President and a star basketball player. He married his sweetheart, Carol Hulburt, in the Salt Lake Temple, on June 3, 1957. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving as High Priest Group Leader, Bountiful Temple worker and in many other Church capacities. He loved his family, the Lord and his Church with all his heart. He worked hard every day, so that his children could have a better life. He enjoyed participating in and watching sports as well as venturing out of town on frequent camping, hunting and fishing trips, and many of the other valuable activities that gave his family precious time together; building a foundation of experiences that will remain with them forever. Wayne was a Master Barber, cutting hair for 45 years, most of them on 3rd Avenue at his own Wayne's Barber Shop. His clients loved him as much for his classic barbering as for his conversation. He cut the hair of governors, mayors, legislators, university presidents, Church general authorities and even TV personalities; but more importantly, he cut the hair of thousands of individuals he called friends. Having just retired, he and Carol traveled to the East coast, visiting as many of the Church, historical and tourist sites that they could. They were called to serve a Church Mission as Temple workers in Fiji. It was while they served with all of their hearts that Wayne became very ill and returned home for his last months of life. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 7th, 2 p.m., at the LDS Church, 3707 S. 800 W., Bountiful. Please join in our celebration of Wayne Pope's life, beginning with a viewing at Russon Brother's Mortuary, 295 North Main Street, Bountiful, May 6th from 6 to 8 p.m. or prior to the funeral from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Interment-Salt Lake City Cemetery. Information and directions are available at www.russonmortuary.com.

Published in Deseret News from May 5 to May 6, 2004 
POPE, Wayne Lavell (I20105)
 
15770 WB LISCUM, 73, PAST PRESIDENT OF CM SCH BD

William B Liscum, 73, a past president of the Board of Education of School District 33 on which he served from the early 1920's to 1946, and lifelong resident of Center Moriches, died Sunday at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. Born October 21, 1888, he was a retired electrical contractor.

Mr Liscum also served as a life member of the Center Moriches Fire Department and as a director of the Center Moriches Bank.

He is survived by his wife Belle of Center Moriches; one son Charles of Morris Plains NJ; one daughter Mrs Walter McNaney of Boston, Mass, and one grandchild.

Center Moriches Fire Department services were held Tuesday at Sinnickson's Moriches Funeral Home. Funeral services were held yesterday, the Rev William Waters officiating. Interment followed at Mt Pleasant Cemetery, East Moriches.

Obit was published in The Long Island Advance on Thurs Jan 25, 1962 p18 
LISCUM, William Benjamin (I26444)
 
15771 Wed. Sept. 1, 1926 The Courier & Freeman, Potsdam, NY
Bert Keyes who has been ill for several months died at his farm home near this village on Thursday night at the age of 46 years. He was born in Natural Bridge and was married to Miss Julia Campbell of Scotland 19 years ago.
He is survived by his widow and six children. Funeral services were, conducted at the home on Sunday afternoon and burial was in the Bixby cemetery. 
KEYES, Bert Ray (I38633)
 
15772 Weißrich WEIßRICH, Lina Bertha (I7596)
 
15773 Weißrich WEIßRICH, Lina Bertha (I7596)
 
15774 Weldon Daines passed away at age eighty-three on August 24, 2014 at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah due to complications from cancer.

Weldon was born March 27, 1931 in Union, Utah to Oliver and Lila (Barfuss) Daines.

Weldon grew up in Logan, Utah, then Firth, Idaho, graduating from Firth High in 1949. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, then served an LDS mission in the North Central States.

Weldon met Barbara Markham while attending Brigham Young University. They married in the Salt Lake Temple in December 1957.

Weldon received a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan, worked at Hercules, and was an adjunct professor at the University of Utah. He was active in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

After retiring, Weldon and Barbara taught English to college students in Jilin, China, served a mission in West Virginia, and served in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, the Salt Lake Area Food Banks, the Guadalupe Center, and the Salt Lake City Center Mission.

In May 2000, Barbara passed away. Weldon later met and married Utanah Drumm in December 2002. Shortly after, Weldon and Utanah served a mission in Connecticut and a service mission at the Sandy Bishop's Storehouse; after their mission, they lived in Utah until his death.

Weldon led an honorable life dedicated to faith and family. He will be greatly missed.

Weldon was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Barbara (Markham) Daines; his brother, ElRay; and his sister, LuJuana (Daines) Baker. Weldon is survived by his wife, Utanah (Drumm) Daines; and his siblings, Donald (Rachel), Jay (Lucy), Vaughn (Sharon), Norman, and Val Rhodes. Additionally, Weldon is survived by his children, Richard, Anne (Warren) Cordes, Russell (Darcey), and John (Sonja); and his seven grandchildren. He is also survived by his second wife's children, Deanna (Rudy) Valderrama, Jacquie (Danny) Van Meter, and Debi (Richard) Morin; sixteen grandchildren; and twenty-six great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in the Riverview Chapel, 288 West River Chapel Road (11620 South), Draper. A viewing will precede the funeral from 9:00-10:45 a.m.
Published in the Salt Lake Tribune on August 28, 2014. 
DAINES, Weldon Lee (I29053)
 
15775 went in 1704 to South Carolina; possibly died there BLYDENBURGH, Benjamin (I4922)
 
15776 went in 1704 to South Carolina; possibly died there BLYDENBURGH, Benjamin (I4922)
 
15777 were secondn cousins Family F8526
 
15778 which Heimbach? KRÖSCHER, Gerhard (I11026)
 
15779 which Heimbach? KRÖSCHER, Gerhard (I11026)
 
15780 Whitney and Pearl
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Pearl Latimer (Jayne) age 20
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LATIMER, Pearl Nora (I21640)
 
15781 Whitney and Pearl
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=e63aa6df-d038-4e64-8314-ea3ad5aab571&tid=15173327&pid=223543446

Pearl Latimer (Jayne) age 20
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LATIMER, Pearl Nora (I21640)
 
15782 who is biological mother? FARLOW, Raymond Franklin Junior (I3168)
 
15783 who is biological mother? FARLOW, Raymond Franklin Junior (I3168)
 
15784 widow Charlotte (I19497)
 
15785 widow Family F8911
 
15786 widow  Family F4961
 
15787 widow Family F3822
 
15788 widow Family F3782
 
15789 widow Family F2698
 
15790 widow Charlotte (I19497)
 
15791 widow in 1880 US Census HAWKINS, Angeline (I4877)
 
15792 widow in 1880 US Census HAWKINS, Angeline (I4877)
 
15793 widow of Albert Roscoe Gildersleeve, 1892-1828, married 18 Oct 1913 Family F9227
 
15794 widow of Johann Weyand of Kommen and Johann Schettgen Family F12135
 
15795 widow of Marcus Mees of Wederath Family F9486
 
15796 widow of Michael Schmitt Family F12202
 
15797 widow of Mr. Case Family F11076
 
15798 Widow of William Savage. WELDON, Francis (I7511)
 
15799 Widow of William Savage. WELDON, Francis (I7511)
 
15800 widow of William Tooker Family F2770
 

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