Otto Friedrick Wilhelm Spielman
M, #10970, b. 14 October 1917, d. 4 December 1993
|Birth*||14 October 1917 ||Otto Friedrick Wilhelm Spielman was born on 14 October 1917 at De Witt, Saline Co, NE. |
|Marriage*||16 February 1941 ||He married Alma Lena Zimmerman, daughter of Henry R Zimmerman and Mona Adelene Hartwig, on 16 February 1941 at Barneston, Gage Co, NE. |
|Residence*||1951 ||Otto Friedrick Wilhelm Spielman and Alma Lena Zimmerman lived at Nampa, Canyon Co, ID, in 1951. |
|Death*||4 December 1993 ||Otto Friedrick Wilhelm Spielman died on 4 December 1993 at Nampa, Canyon Co, ID, at age 76. |
Simon (Slim) Stang
M, #18537, b. 23 February 1899, d. 23 August 1971
|Birth*||23 February 1899 ||Simon (Slim) Stang was born on 23 February 1899 at St Cloud, Stearns Co, MN. |
|Marriage*||11 November 1923 ||He married Catherine (Gladys) Pursley, daughter of Charles Edward Pursley and Alrica (Reka) Gronewold, on 11 November 1923 at St Wendelin Church, Luxemburg, Stearns Co, MN. |
|Death*||23 August 1971 ||Simon (Slim) Stang died on 23 August 1971 at St Cloud, Stearns Co, MN, at age 72. |
Lydia A Steltz
F, #14202, b. August 1890
|Birth*||August 1890 ||Lydia A Steltz was born in August 1890 at SD. |
|Census*||18 June 1900 ||She appeared on the census of 18 June 1900 at Geneseo Twp, Roberts Co, SD. |
|Census||16 January 1920 ||She appeared on the census of 16 January 1920 at Geneseo Twp, Roberts Co, SD. |
|Marriage*||14 May 1924 ||She married Edward Bernard Gronewold, son of Traugott (Bernhard) Gronewold and Anna Regina Harms, on 14 May 1924 at Rochester, Olmsted Co, MN. |
|Census*||8 April 1930 ||Lydia A Steltz and Edward Bernard Gronewold appeared on the census of 8 April 1930 at Waverly Twp, Codington Co, SD. |
Eunice Merle Talman
F, #1236, b. 8 April 1890, d. 27 September 1983
|Birth*||8 April 1890 ||Eunice Merle Talman was born on 8 April 1890 at Wymore, Gage Co, NE. |
|Marriage*||3 June 1967 ||She married Henry Charles Hartwig, son of Christian (Chris) Hartwig and Hilka Carl (Ellen) Hogelucht, on 3 June 1967 at Buffalo, Johnson Co, WY. |
|Death*||27 September 1983 ||Eunice Merle Talman died on 27 September 1983 at Beatrice, Gage Co, NE, at age 93. |
|Burial*|| ||She was buried at Willow Grove Cemetery, Buffalo, Johnson Co, WY. |
F, #15061, b. 12 May 1913, d. 26 February 1992
|Birth*||12 May 1913 ||Marguerite Taylor was born on 12 May 1913. |
|Marriage*||9 August 1946 ||She married Louie Elmer Brandt, son of Henry Martin Brandt Jr and Anna Margaret Huisman, on 9 August 1946 at Decatur, Macon Co, IL. |
|Residence||24 August 1956 ||Marguerite Taylor and Louie Elmer Brandt lived at Tremont, Tazewell Co, IL, on 24 August 1956. |
|Residence*||27 January 1960 ||Marguerite Taylor and Louie Elmer Brandt lived at Tremont, Tazewell Co, IL, on 27 January 1960. |
|Death*||26 February 1992 ||Marguerite Taylor died on 26 February 1992 at Gibson City, Ford Co, IL, at age 78. |
Donald Dean Terrill
M, #24901, b. 28 October 1925, d. 3 March 2009
|Birth*||28 October 1925 ||Donald Dean Terrill was born on 28 October 1925 at Fairbury, Jefferson Co, NE. |
|Death*||3 March 2009 ||He died on 3 March 2009 at Fairbury, Jefferson Co, NE, at age 83. |
|Obituary*||4 March 2009 ||His obituary follows: [from Lincoln Journal Star - (Mar/4/2009)]|
Donald Dean Terrill 83, Fairbury, passed away Tuesday (3/3/09) at Gardenside Long Term Care in Fairbury. He was born October 28, 1925 in Fairbury. WWII Army Infantry. Upon his return to Fairbury he attended Fairbury Junior College and then graduated from the University of Nebraska with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism in 1949. In 1958 he started a 30 year career with the Lincoln Journal as an education writer and was the statehouse reporter during the 1959 session. He was best know as the roving reporter in Southeast Nebraska. Dean's career included spending two days with Bobby Kennedy as he toured the state and was awarded the 1968 Picture of the Year by the Nebraska Press Association. Another career highlight of Dean's was covering the Charles Simants case at North Platte, including the controversial preliminary hearing and murder trial that resulted in "gag orders" that went to the U.S. Supreme Courts. In 1987, he was honored as Journalist of the Year.
Survivors are wife, Marjorie Terrill, Fairbury; son, Terry Terrill, Fairbury; daughter, Nancy Amundson & husband, Chris, Fairbury; grandchildren: Brian Terrill, Lincoln; Caleb & Chancellor Amundson, Fairbury; sister, Betty Hartley, Lincoln. Preceded by parents, Clyde & Nellie (Nation) Terrill; infant brother, Charles.
Funeral services 11 a.m. Friday (3/6/09) at the First Baptist Church in Fairbury with Pastor Jim Cutts officiating. Burial in the Fairbury Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the family's choice. Cremation has taken place. A register book is available to sign at the funeral home. Gerdes-Meyer Funeral Home in Fairbury is in charge of arrangements.
Margaret A Thomas
F, #15089, b. 31 December 1933, d. 23 March 1973
|Birth*||31 December 1933 ||Margaret A Thomas was born on 31 December 1933 at Enfield, White Co, IL. |
|Death*||23 March 1973 ||She died on 23 March 1973 at Indiana University Hospital, Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN, at age 39 during heart surgery. |
|Obituary*||25 March 1973 ||Her obituary follows: Margaret Wenger|
Fairbury - Margaret A. Wenger, RN, 39, of Fairbury died at 5:30 pm Friday in Indiana University Hospital, Indianapolis, during heart surgery.
She had undergone surgery there in April, 1972. Mrs. Wenger, who became ill March 18, also had been a patient at Carle Hospital, Urbana.
A former Gibson City resident, she was on the staff of Fairbury Hospital for many years, having served as night supervisor of the obstetrical department.
Services will be at 11 am Monday in Stiver Home for Funerals, Fairbury, with the Rev. George Russell and the Rev Oren Nelson officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery, Fairbury. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 8:30 pm today at the funeral home.
Born Dec. 31, 1933 at Enfield, Mrs. Wenger was a daughter of Sam and Ella Seal Thomas. She was a graduate of Gibson City High School and Mennonite School of Nursing, Bloomington.
She was married to Everett Wenger Aug. 24 1954, in Gibson City. Mrs. Wenger practiced nursing until a year ago.
She leaves her husband, a son, Ken and a daughter, Karen, at home, and a sister, Corrine Small of Colfax. Her parents and one sister preceded her in death.
Mrs. Wenger was a member of the United Methodist Church of Fairbury, Meri-Mates Class, the Wesleyana Circle and the American Nurses Association. She served as an instructor for the American Red Cross home nursing program.
The family suggests that persons wishing to express sympathy in tangible form contribute to a fund for a nursing scholarship to be established in her memory.
|Burial*||26 March 1973 ||She was buried on 26 March 1973 at Graceland Cemetery, Fairbury, Livingston Co, IL. |
James Warren Thwing
M, #11012, b. 12 January 1919
|Birth*||12 January 1919 ||James Warren Thwing was born on 12 January 1919 at Chardon, Geauga Co, OH. |
|Marriage*||23 March 1945 ||He married Ellamae Hartwig, daughter of Reiner Edgar Hartwig and Rosina (Rose) Matilda Kramer, on 23 March 1945 at Lincoln, Lancaster Co, NE. |
|Residence*||1999 ||James Warren Thwing and Ellamae Hartwig lived at 519 Arrowhead Trail, Warner Robins, Houston Co, GA, in 1999. |
F, #15454, b. circa 1801, d. after 1852
|Birth*||circa 1801 ||Meta Tkadem was born circa 1801; she was the sole daughter of Hinrich Cirks Tjaden, Landegebraeucher (tenant) near Marienhafe, Ostfriesland. |
|Marriage*||16 November 1846 ||She married Herr Traugott Maecken, son of Jacob Ulrich Maecken and Anna Barbara Weimar, on 16 November 1846 at St Lamberti Lutheran Church, Aurich, Aurich, Lower Saxony, Germany. |
|Death*||after 1852 ||Meta Tkadem died after 1852 at Aurich-Neu Sandhorst, Aurich, Lower Saxony, Germany. |
F, #2314, b. circa 1675
|Death*|| ||Trienke Tonjes died at Grossefehn-Holtrop, Aurich, Lower Saxony, Germany. |
|Birth*||circa 1675 ||She was born circa 1675 at Grossefehn-Holtrop, Aurich, Lower Saxony, Germany. |
|Marriage*||1695 ||She married Ehme Jurgens, son of Jurgens Emen and Nanke Willms Aden, in 1695 at Grossefehn-Holtrop, Aurich, Lower Saxony, Germany. |