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8251 YOUNG MANGOLD
IS STILL MISSING
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Five Days Dragging River Fails To
Turn up Boy’s Body
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After nearly five days of dragging the muddy waters of the Mississippi, the searching party of the U. S. Engineers office, Memphis, had reported no luck late yesterday in turning up the body of Raymond Mangold, age 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mangold and brother of Mrs. Katie McNeill of Hickman, who was thought to have been drowned off the Dredge Potter at Harklerodes Towhead, 31 miles below Memphis, following his mysterious disappearance last Saturday night.
Formerly a West Point cadet, young Mangold worked on the Hickman-Dorena ferry for a long period of time. He was widely known here and had only gone to work on the dredge last week. The dredge was in full operation in midstream at the time of his disappearance.

Shortly before he was missed Mangold had brought a Negro from the shore to the dredge in a motor boat. It was thought that, after tieing the boat to the dredge, he slipped on the narrow guard and toppled into the stream. Because of heavy clothing, he was probably unable to swim in the swift current, and because the crew was busy, they may not have heard his distress calls.

A reward of 50 dollars for the boy’s body was offered by his family following their trip to Memphis last Saturday. His description was broadcast as being five feet, seven inches tall, weighing 160 pounds. He had brown hair, a gold crown on his front teeth and was dressed in a jumper and blue overalls. He carried an Elgin watch and wore two emblems, one a St. Christopher’s medal and the other an Elks insignia.

Reports concerning him were requested by the U. S. Engineers office, Memphis, and Mrs. Katie McNeill, Hickman.

Hickman Courier, May 9, 1935, p. 1
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Mangold, Raymond Victor (I41452)
 
8252 Younger brother Alois enlisted in the Air Force during WWI at age 16 using John's name.
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Forger, John Martin Sr. (I56663)
 
8253 YOUNGSTOWN - A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Hungary Church for Eugene A. “Gene” Barko, 82, who passed away Sunday after a long, courageous battle with bone cancer.

Gene was born Sept. 3, 1927, in Youngstown, the son of Stephen and Anne (Cherney) Barko, and was raised on the West side.

He was a center on the Chaney football team and later graduating from Chaney High School in 1945 and from Youngstown State University in 1951 with a BSBA degree.

He was a member of the church and Phi Beta Capa fraternity. He was a band leader and a trumpet player, appearing with his 18-piece band at local church and social events in his youth, as well as playing in the U.S. Navy.

Mr. Barko’s military experiences were a source of pride to him and his family while serving in the U.S. Navy, Naval Reserves, Merchant Marines and being named a Captain in the Auxiliary Coast Guard later in life.

Gene retired from the Ohio/Pa Auto Auction as a Sales Manager. He brought his love of boats and the water into his career by becoming a Sales Manager and Boat Broker for several marinas in Ohio and Florida. Mr. Barko was a well-known Advertising Account Executive with local radio stations WKBN and WFMJ, as well as Florida’s WINO and WSUN.

Gene enjoyed his hobbies that included boating and his cars. Along with being a Pittsburgh Steelers’ fan, he was a member of the Saxon Club, Austintown Eagles Club and the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association.

His beloved wife, Shirley (Aey) Barko, whom he married in 1972, passed away in 1988. Left to carry on his memory are his children, Beth Barko of Boardman, Paul Barko of Venice, Fla., and Thomas Barko of Cincinnati; and his brother, Robert Barko Sr. of Youngstown. Mr. Barko is also survived by his stepchildren, Michelle Jaminet and Sherri Jaminet Scarborough, both of Florida, Susan (Kathy) Jaminet of Michigan and Jennifer (Eric) Nielson of Canfield; as well as seven grandchildren and a niece and nephew.

Gene was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Shirley; stepson Michael Jaminet; an infant sister, Blanche; his brother; John Miller; and his former wife, Emily Jane Barko.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 17, at Higgins-Reardon Funeral Home, Boardman-Canfield Chapel, 3701 Starr’s Centre Drive in Canfield.

Funeral Services will begin at 9:45 a.m. at the funeral home and continue at 10:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Hungary Church, 545 N. Belle Vista Ave. in Youngstown, on Wednesday morning, August 18.

Visit www.higgins-reardon.com to send condolences and to view the obituary.

The family would like to offer a special thank-you to Carol Fitch, his nurse and guardian angel.

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Barko, Eugene A. (I35621)
 
8254 YOUNGSTOWN - Richard A. Marsico P.E., P.S., 80, passed away unexpectedly, Saturday morning, June 6, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Boardman Health Center.

Richard was born Oct. 5, 1934, in Youngstown, Ohio to parents Anthony and Mary (Conti) Marsico.
Richard was proud of the fact that he was raised on the south side of Youngstown and treasured those memories, often riding past his boyhood home on Euclid Boulevard.
Richard attended Woodrow Wilson High School, playing on the football team, both offense and defense. He graduated with the class of 1953.
This past month, on May 24, Richard was honored to be inducted into the Woodrow Wilson Hall of Fame 2015.
Richard married his high school sweetheart, Shirlee Eckerle, on June 19, 1954. Shirlee passed away in 2005.
Richard attended The Ohio State University and completed his education at Youngstown State University, class of 1958, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.
Later, he became a professional engineer and a professional surveyor.
In 1958, he was commissioned second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserves, attending artillery officer training school, working as assistant supply officer, battalion level. He continued actively in the Reserves, attending various schools, obtaining the rank of captain and was honorably discharged in 1969.

Richard worked as design engineer and manager of field operations for Engelhardt & Associates from 1960 to 1968, where his knowledge, skills and reputation became known in the field of Engineering. He worked as engineer-in-training for the State of Ohio, Department of Highways. In July of 1968, Richard formed his own firm, Richard A. Marsico & Associates, Consulting Engineers and Surveyors becoming known for their Housing and Commercial Development, while also performing construction layouts of major interstate highways.
Marsico & Associates were also involved with the expansions of General Motors and Packard Electric Plands.
Richard also served as part-time city engineer and chief building official for the city of Campbell and city engineer and chief building inspector for the villages of Poland, Lowellville and McDonald, Ohio and as consultant for the city of Canfield.
In 1992, after 24 years in business, Richard sold his firm. Richard served as deputy director of public works, city engineer, chief building official and plan examiner for the city of Youngstown from 1984 to 1997, overseeing design and construction of all city projects. One, and outstanding $65,000,000 upgrade and expansion of the Youngstown Waste Water Treatment Plant; street improvements, which included the massive widening and redesigning of East and West Federal Streets; numerous drainage and bridge improvements, which included the shining example of the Fifth Avenue concrete arch bridge over Crandall Park; and the Youngstown Airport improvements, which included runways, taxi ways, aprons and hangers.

And as the building official, he approved plans making the Mahoning County Jail with the first ever vacuum sewer system in the state of Ohio and WRTA the first rapid natural gas fueling station in Ohio. In 1997, Richard was elected to the first of his four terms in office as the Mahoning County Engineer. A major undertaking, the rehabilitation of the Spring Common Bridge project, then dedicated as “The Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial Bridge,” was the recipient of five state, federal, local and historical awards.

Among his special awards, Richard received Mahoning County Township Association’s “Excellence in Service” Award, a listing in Who’s Who in Government, HBA recognition and dedication for services, Asphalt Paving Quality Award, a key to the city of Youngstown, the Market Street Merchant Award for “Exceptional Support,” the Youngstown Fire Department recognition for “Dedicated Service,” VFW Veteran of the Year, Best Bridge Rehabilitation for “Yellow Creek.” While the awards meant a great deal to Richard, what meant most to him was a job well-done. He always meant what he said, and for those who knew him on a personal or professional level, they would agree, he was an engineer, not a politician. He was quiet, yet so knowledgeable. He found the good in people, always trying to understand both sides. He took his responsibilities very seriously, countless nights driving around to check the roads. He cared, he always cared. On July 27, 2007, Richard found love again and he married Patricia (DePizzo-Como). They loved just being together, a bond that only “Dick’s” passing could stop. Survivors include wife Patricia; sons Martin E. (Hope) Marsico of Florida and David A (Jacqueline M.) Marsico of Poland; daughter-in-law Nita Marsico; stepchildren who always called Dick “Pops,” Michelle (Mike Brooks) Moretti and Bryan (Claudia) Como of Arizona; grandchildren Richard (Wendy) Marsico, Lindsey Marsico, Anthony Marsico, Emily Marsico, and Megan Marsico; and great-granddaughter Mia Marsico. Grandchildren from wife “Pat” include Jonathan Como, Branna Jones, Ryan Jones, Bella Como; brother Dr. Robert (Atty. Cheryl Hollis) Marsico of Akron; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Richard also leaves his most-loved and trusted friend and “project” partner, Rich Popio.

Besides his parents and first wife, Shirlee, he was also preceded in death by his son, Richard Phillip Marsico.
The Marsico family would like memorial tributes made to the Richard A. Marsico Scholarship, c/o Youngstown State University, 606 Wick Ave., Youngstown, OH 44502.

A prayer service will be at 9:30 a.m., followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m., Thursday, at St. Dominic Church
Friends may call Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Fox Funeral Home and on Thursday morning from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Family and friends may visit www.foxfuneralhome.org to view this obituary and send condolences.

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Marsico, Richard A. (I35560)
 
8255 YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Fox Funeral Home and at 10:30 a.m. in St. Dominic Church for Philip J. Myers, 72, of 2842 DeCamp Road, who died Tuesday afternoon at home.

Mr. Myers was born Oct. 7, 1928, in Lowellville, a son of Paul and Mary Sietz Myers.

A 1948 graduate of Lowellville High School, he was a carpenter and then purchasing director for Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority before retiring in 1991. He then owned PJ Creative Frames in Youngstown.

He was a member of the church and the American Legion, and was a lieutenant commander in the Naval Sea Cadet Corps. He served in the Navy as a Seabee during the Korean War and in the Naval Reserve.

His wife, the former Concetta Ianneralli, whom he married Feb. 5, 1955, died Aug. 3, 1997.

He leaves three daughters, Cynthia A. Siva of Casselberry, Fla., Anna M. Byrdy of Austintown and Phyllis L. Seidler of Liberty; a brother, John E. of Providence, R.I.; and eight grandchildren.

Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the church, 77 E. Lucius Ave., Youngstown 44507.
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Myers, Phillip Joseph (I35835)
 
8256 Yvonne Dodge, 86 year old Woodward resident, died Friday, September 12, 2008 in Tulsa. Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 16, 2008 in the First Church of the Nazarene with the Reverend Brian Sorensen officiating. Interment will follow in the Elmwood Cemetery under the direction of Billings Funeral Home. Yvonne Dodge was born on March 18, 1922 in Woodward, Oklahoma. She was the eldest child of Frank and Ruth (Whitcomb) Ellis. Yvonne grew up in Woodward and graduated from Woodward High School on May 22, 1941. On November 22, 1941 she was united in marriage to Glen E. Dodge, at the home of Reverend Clyde McFeeters in Woodward. To this most happy union two daughters were born: Glenda Kay and Donna Lynn. Glen and Yvonne lived in Woodward all of their married life and so enjoyed the community. They loved traveling all over the world together. Yvonne was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and an excellent homemaker. She joined the Church of the Nazarene when she was 12 years old and had worked in various ministries of the church through out her life. When Glen, her husband of 60 years, health began to fail Yvonne had to give up some of her church duties. She continued to care for him until his death in 2002. Yvonne is survived by her two daughters, Glenda Kay Lewis of Woodward, and Donna Lynn Coleman and husband Lynford of Lynn Haven, Florida; two granddaughters, Vonda Malone and husband Mark of Elk City; Shawnda Kay Farrow and husband Daylin of Tulsa; two grandsons, Scott Coleman of Maitland, Florida and Jeff Coleman and wife Correne of Lynn Haven, Florida; seven great grandchildren, Makenzie Farrow, Shai Lynn Farrow, Danny Farrow, Dezaree Moore, Jeremy Coleman, Nicholas Coleman and Caroline Coleman; one great-great-granddaughter, Jade Bish; one brother Charles Ellis and wife Betty of New Braunfiel, Texas; four sisters, Dorothy Roach of Wamego, Kansas, June Wright and husband Frank of Alvarado, Texas, Joyce Redgate and Eva Jean Kysar and husband D.J. all of Waynoka; several cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband. Memorials may be made to the Church of the Nazarene nursery playground fund or the charity of your choice. Remembrances may be made online at www.billingsfuneralhomewoodward.com The family request any food dishes need to be brought to the church on Tuesday morning or to the Glenda Lewis home at 2423 Madison, Apt. 4-East.
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Ellis, Yvonne (I55314)
 
8257 Yvonne Holden Geck
May 17, 1920 - May 5, 2013
CLINTON - Yvonne Holden Geck, of Clinton, passed away May 5, 2013. She was born May 17, 1920 to William and Culotta (Powers) Holden in Indianapolis, Indiana. She graduated from Purdue University and after her marriage to Donald Geck in 1942 lived for 66 years in University Heights, OH. She was member of Gesu Church, a lifelong member of Alpha Chi Omega and was active in The College Club. She excelled at flower arranging, was an ice skater well into her 70s, and was a realtor with W.I. White and Smythe Cramer. She volunteered for Goodwill Industries, serving as the board treasurer for many years and tutored elementary students in Cleveland schools. In 2008, she moved to Clinton, IA where she was a member of Prince of Peace Parish, Tri-S, and enjoyed playing duplicate bridge. Yvonne was preceded in death by her husband, Donald, after 60 years of marriage. She is survived by daughters Carol (Gene) Machael of Clinton IA, Marilyn Guenther of Hartland, WI, Cathy (Lane) Fukunaga of Kailua, HI. and son, Terry (Pascale) Geck of Galloway, NJ, 10 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. The family will greet friends, Tuesday, May 7, 2013 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Clinton Chapel Snell-Zornig Funeral Homes & Crematory. A funeral Mass will take place May 17 at Gesu Church in University Heights, OH , with private burial to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Gesu Church or Beaumont School in the Cleveland area or Prince of Peace Catholic Church or Mercy Hospice in the Clinton area. Death date: May 5, 2013

Published on May 6, 2013
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Holden, Yvonne Rita (I60886)
 
8258 Zabel, Herbert D.
“Herb”
Appleton

Age 78, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 27, 2007. He was born in Beaver Dam, WI on June 25, 1928 the son of Herbert Carl and Alice (Frank) Zabel. In September, 1945 he married his wife of 61 years, Anna Ebert. Herb grew up in Whitewater, WI and owned several local businesses including: Pleez-U Laundry, Campus Cleaners and Zabel'(TM)s Shoes.

Herb is survived by his wife, Anna; children: William (Christine) Zabel of Dallas, TX, Judy (E. James Rausch) of Angel Fire, NM, Susan (Arthur) Holden of Ocala, FL, Robert (Susan) Zabel of Appleton, WI, Lana (Gregory) Carman of Milwaukee, WI, Barbara (Douglas) Stern of Dousman, WI, James (Mary) Zabel of Tarpon Springs, FL, and Meg Zabel and husband, Robert Wall of Appleton, WI; sisters: Jane (Bob) Lenz of Madison, WI and Bonnie Schroeder of Whitewater, WI, and 16 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, and a brother-in-law, Loren Lawton.

A private memorial service will be held.

WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME
Tri-County Chapel
3212 South Oneida Street
Menasha 831-9905 
Zabel, Herbert Dustin (I29393)
 
8259 ZELLER SUSAN K. ZELLER (nee Head), age 68. Beloved wife of Donald F.; dearest mother of Kathryn Lougheed (Charles), Daniel, Amy Cronin (Michael), Terrence (Jammie) and Margaret; loving grandmother of Patrick, Anne and Grace Lougheed, Kathryn and William Cronin and Aidan and Ava Zeller; dear sister of Judith Ginley (Patrick) and P. William Head (Judy); loving aunt of many nieces and nephews. Susan had a gift of radiating warmth, love and laughter. She enjoyed life, music and people and quickly became a favorite person of many people she met because of her quick wit and thoughtfulness. The "woman with the beautiful white hair" left family and friends with many "Susan" memories-certain looks, quips, and comments that only she could make and bring laughter with every recollection. Susan loved to work in her flower garden and the beautiful flowers that bloomed in her back yard every year were a reflection of the love, laughter, and beauty that bloomed in Susan always. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory to the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland, 2600 Lander Rd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124. FUNERAL MASS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24, 2015 AT GESU CHURCH AT 5 P.M. WHERE FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL BE RECEIVED FROM 4 P.M. UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE. Arrangements by: Please sign Guest Book at: www.schultemahonmurphy.com
Published in The Plain Dealer from Feb. 22 to Feb. 24, 2015
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Head, Susan K. (I37132)
 
8260 ZGONC JOSEPH J. "Ferk" ZGONC age 97. Husband of Anna R. (deceased). Father of Jo Ann Strauss (Tom) and Judy Head (Bill). Grandfather of six and great-grandfather of three. Family and friends received SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2015 AT ST. MARY CHURCH, 15519 HOLMES AVE., CLEVELAND, OHIO 44110 FROM 9:30 a.m. TILL TIME OF MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL AT 10:30 a.m.. Interment All Souls Cemetery. We thank his new found family at Ennis Court for their friendship, care and compassion. He LOVED living at Ennis. In lieu of flowers donations in his memory to Ennis Court Father Cregan Chapel Fund, 13323 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, Ohio 44107 would be appreciated. Joe, born with a song in his heart, played his accordion whenever asked and then some. He gifted the Slovene Home for the Aged for 30 years every Friday afternoon. "Ferk" also entertained at Ennis Court until his death at 97 years young. Grampa "Z" left a legacy of stories, anecdotes and quotes for his children, grandchildren and friends to revel in. ARRANGEMENTS BY ZELE FUNERAL HOME, 216-481-3118.

Published in The Plain Dealer from Feb. 1 to Feb. 4, 2015
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Zgonc, Joseph J. (I37130)
 
8261 Zimmerer, ROSEBELL, age 69, passed away on April 27, 2005 after a lengthy battle with lung cancer. She was born in Muenster, Texas on July 30, 1935. Mrs. Zimmerer has been a member of the Mary Immaculate Catholic Church since 1962. She was preceded in death by her parents John and Elizabeth Haverkamp, two brothers and four sisters. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Willard Zimmerer; one son, Alan (Brenda) Zimmerer; two daughters, Karen (Bernard) Moore and Brenda (Gary) Porter; nine grandchildren; two sisters, Helen Cundiff and Evelyn Hesse; and a large number of extended family members and friends. Mass of Christian burial will be held at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, 14032 Dennis Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas, at 12:00 noon Friday, April 29, 2005 with graveside services at 4:00pm in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Muenster, TX. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mary Immaculate Catholic Church Building Fund. Dignity Memorial Rhoton Funeral Home I35 at Crosby Rd. Carrollton (972) 242-5261
Published in Dallas Morning News on Apr. 29, 2005
 
Haverkamp, Rosebell Elizabeth (I26540)
 
8262 Zion Evangelical Trost, John Christian (I5521)
 
8263 Zone 3 Nichols, Marvin R. (I25744)
 
8264 ZOTZ Suddenly on Oct. 19, 1971. Joan Muriel of 2 Delwood Dr., Berlin, N J. Age 41 years. Beloved wife of Conrad, mother of Barbara E., Adrienne R., Dianna E., Conrad A. Jr., Richard M., Brian C., all at home, her mother, Mrs. Anna M. Dupont of Berlin, her father, Mr. Albert Dupont of Long Beach, N.Y., her paternal grandfather, Arthur J. Dupont of Delray Beach, Fla., two sisters, Mrs. Marilyn Kimore of Tampa, Fla., Mrs. Andre Federspiel of Durango, Col. Relatives and friends of the family will meet 8:30 am. Friday, at the Knight Funeral Home, 14 Rich Ave.. Berlin. Requiem Mass 9:30 a m,. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Berlin. Viewing Thursday evening from the funeral home.
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DuPont, Joan Muriel (I68259)
 
8265 ZOTZ, Dorothy Brown. June 26, 2011 in her 97th year. Beloved mother and friend of son John and his wife Barbara A. Zotz, and daughters Barbara J. Zotz and Norma and her husband Walter Bennett. Loving grandmother of Jeff and his wife Jenn Zotz and Sam Bennett; great-grandmother of Mason Zotz. We miss her.

Published in the The Journal News on July 14, 2011
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Brown, Dorothy Frances (I70983)
 
8266 [?] Bantle, Ignaz (I1763)
 
8267 [?] Bantle, Christian (I1764)
 
8268 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #0252, Date of Import: Apr 25, 1999]

Buried at Saint Mary's Cemetery, Saint Bernard, Hamilton County, Ohio
 
Stritt, Margaretha (I4465)
 
8269 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #0252, Date of Import: Apr 25, 1999]

Buried at Vine Street Hill Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio
 
Leeser, Werner Michael (I4432)
 
8270 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #0252, Date of Import: Apr 25, 1999]

Buried at Vine Street Hill Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio 
Kuethe, Samuel William (I4436)
 
8271 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #0252, Date of Import: Apr 25, 1999]

Buried at Vine Street Hill Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio 
Grimm, Frederick Joseph (I4439)
 
8272 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #0252, Date of Import: Apr 25, 1999]

Buried at Vine Street Hill Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio 
Armbrust, Katherine (I4440)
 
8273 [JZv47t0833b.FTW]

Jacob Held was born in Allienz, Bavaria, in 1825. He came with his parents to the U.S., and learned the trade of harness maker at Massilon, Ohio. He went to Newark, New Jersey for several years, and finally moved to Warren County, Indiana, where he opened a harness shop. In 1851 his brother Henry became a partner in the business, and in 1866 he sold out to his brother and took up farming. In 1874 he moved to Illinois to farm. Five years later he moved to Harper County, Kansas. He died on 29 September 1893. He was married to Amanda Reddick, sister of (the deceased) Elisha Reddick and Morris M. Reddick, both of Warren County. The children of Jacob and Amanda Held: Lewis and Clara, living at home, three married daughters, and Charles, who died earlier. Jacob died on 29 September 1893.

Facts about this person:

Occupation 1851
Harness maker at Massilon, Ohio finally owning a harness shop in Warren Co., IN

Residence (3)
Newark, New Jersey for several years
 
Held, Jacob (I6369)
 
8274 [v14t2032.ftw]

"28 August 1993 I had a conversation with Aunt Lona today. She told me
a short story about my great grandmother Appalonia. She had come to
America to marry a man named Peter (Brown?) Because of some story he
had heard or she had heard the marriage never took place. She than
married Jacob Ehrhardt my great grandfather. Mr Brown saw my mother
many years later and remarked how much she was like her grandmother.
He also remarked how he was sorry he had not married her. 31 August
1993 I visted with aunts Lona and Gassy. Apolonia's mother married
Fredrick Ehrhardt after Apolonia married Jacob Ehrhardt his son.

To find this grave sight go up the central drive of the cemetary.
This is the in the third or fourth row close to the road on the right.
To the left of this stone is a stone with the name Froling on it. In
1993 there is a bush between the two stones blocking the Ehrhardt
stone from the road. If you look to the left as you go up the center
road way in St Anthony's you will see Two or three stones for the
Ablondi Family. Next to the road between these stones are some of the
Ehrhardt tribe. Make an about face and look slightly to the left.
Look for a large gray stone marked Froling the next brown stone is
Ehrhardt."
 
Schumacher, Apollonia (I7665)
 
8275 [v14t2032.ftw]

"Ehrhardt Road in Nanuet/Pearl River, NY was named for this man or
family. Aunt Lona lived in a large two, almost three story house on
Ehrhardt Road this house was built by Jacob and Apollonia. They did
live there and possibly in the stucco house as well. They lived in a
small stucco house, which is about 1 mile south of the intersection
with town line road. I knew this house as the house of my grand
parents. See John Braun about the house. After a talk with Aunt Lona
I'm not sure which house was the first Ehrhardt home in Rockland
(Pearl River / Nanuet area). Aunt lona and uncle Walter lived in a
house on Ehrhardt Road. My cosin Dottie lives there now with her
husband Rudy. They raised their family in that house. That same house
belonged to the Ehrhardts Jacob and Apalonia! I think? The real estate
records of Rockland County could be very helpful here. The Ehrhardts
were very long time residents in Rockland.

I am begining to doubt the birth place of some of these people 1st if
Fred Ehrhardt lived so long in Rockland Co. How could Jacob be born in
Germany. Did Fred go back to Germany to find a new wife after the
frist died? Had he brought his whole family over togather?

See notes for locating this grave. Under Apolonia Schumaker." 
Ehrhardt, Jacob (I7246)
 
8276 [v14t2032.ftw]

"Next to Christopher Weber is the grave of Anna Marie Weber AKA Mary
Ehrhardt? must check with aunt Lona. Logic says this is Chistopher's
wife. Further more no one named Anna Marie has been mentioned till
now." 
Ehrhardt, Anna Marie (I7558)
 
8277 [v14t2032.ftw]

"The graves of Christopher Weber, Anna Marie Weber, Jacob Weber, and a
George C. Weber are all buried together in the next row to the back of
the cemetery from my grandfather and grandmother." 
Weber, John Christopher Henry (I7559)
 
8278 [v14t2032.ftw]

Mr.Lynch was the postmaster of the Pearl River post office, when I was
a child in Pearl River. My perception of Emma his wife was that she
was very stright laced and very pious. The lady seemed to have a very
high opinion of her self. John on the other hand seemed very down to
earth. I was young than and probably had it wrong. 
Lynch, John Vincent (I7718)
 
8279 [v14t2032.ftw]

They were married a total of three times 1st was civil in Newark NJ.
The 2ed was catholic in Rockland Co., NY and the 3ed was for there
50th Wedding Aniversery. 
Family F2289
 
8280 [v14t2032.ftw] & Ancestry World Tree:

"Tibby died in his twenties from heart disease. Too young for anyone.
I know very little of him all I have ever heard is "I miss him very
much"
 
Braun, Theodore Steven (I7750)
 
8281 [v14t2032.ftw] & Ancestry World Tree:

"To my knowledge Aunt Margaret was not a Catholic until after her
sister died."
 
Eichler, Margaret (I7729)
 
8282 [v14t2032.ftw] and Ancestry World Tree:

"The "old man", as uncle Walter called him, was a big man as I recall
but that is from the prespective of a child. He was at least a fire
plug in shape, not fat but solid. He had a large brush of a mustash
on a square face. His ears were large with big lobes. His ears did
not stick out but covered the side of his head. The man had a head
like a bear. His hair was white when I knew him which gave him more a
look of wisdom than old age. Often I belived he knew what you were
thinking by just looking at you. His back was bowed a little, more
correctly he carried his head forward like someone trying to hide his
height. He made his point very clear when necessary. Once when I was
6 or 7 years old I was playing in front of my Aunt Loni's house. The
"old man" drove up in that old car he had and asked "Are you ready to
go home?" I said "no!" my grand-father told me he had to go to Pearl
River and he was going to drop me off on the way. I said "no!" He
told me to "get in the car!" I said "no!" He than put the car in
nuteral, pulled up the brake, got out, pulled my pants down and fanned
my ass. After that he asked "Are you ready to go home?" I said
"yes!!"

I learned a lot from him that day. First adults don't argue with 6
year olds. Second don't under estamate your enemy. Third If you plan
to win an argument or fight stay on your feet so you can move around
don't sit and wait for the forces of armageddon to decend on you."
 
Braun, John (I7557)
 
8283 Wager, Francis Augustus (I14672)
 
8284 “Sunrise, Sunset Swiftly fly the years,
One Season following another,
Laden with Happiness, and Tears.”
~Fiddler on the Roof

Kamal Masri was born and lived near the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Syria; where he had large dreams of far away adventures. After spending most of his youth playing in the sea, his life’s voyage away from home and a large family started in Czechoslovakia where he studied and met his true love Jaroslava Masri his beloved wife of 51 years.

In 1969 Kamal Masri, after returning to his home land, immigrated with his new family to the land of opportunity, which he yearned for since he was a boy having watched favorite classical western films, the United States and thanks to Scoop Jackson they came to Seattle; ironically to another sea port where he established a thriving business that supported his family. He was truly a self made man and always very generous with family, friends and business associates.

His charming personality and dedication to family was recognized by the many people whom loved him. He was known for his delightful humor, continuous smile, enjoyed entertaining friends and family and storytelling as he traveled to many exotic places and fulfilled his many adventures.

For 33 years Kamal resided with his wife at their Pine Lake residence which he loved; the park like setting with giant Rhododendrons, the Cedar trees and the shimmering sun on Pine Lake. After his wife passed in 2012 he spent the last two years at his and his family’s new home on the waters of beautiful Lake Steven with his daughter and her family. With his family at his side he passed away peacefully at home after a fulfilling life leaving behind many great memories. He will always be alive in our memories and hearts.

Surviving family include his daughter Magda Hopt, Son In Law David Hopt, Grandson Alex Masri England as well as brothers, cousins and in-laws.

A graveside service will begin 11am Sat March 14, 2015 at Upper Hillside Cemetery, 15 Mt. Olympus Dr. SW, Issaquah, WA 98027. Friends are invited to sign the guestbook, and view the family’s obit and photos at www.flintofts.com. 
Masri, Kamal Josef (I32409)
 

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