The Lower Volga Villages Obituary Project


FAAS, John
b.  12 Jun 1918 - Plymouth, Wisconsin
d.  24 Jan 2002 - Port Washington, Wisconsin
From  Sheboygan Press, WI.
Son of Joseph and Alma(nee Knauer). He married the late Elizabeth Betty (nee BLUHM) in Kohler on July 29, 1944. Survivors include his children, Lynn (James) Klimek and John (Linda) Faas; grandchildren, Kevin Klimek, Debra (Mike) Kelling, Deanna(Jim)Rychtek, Jason Faas and Jennifer Faas; great-grandchildren, Krista and Brandon Kelling; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.  Entombment will  be in Wisconsin Memorial Park Brookfield. 

FABRICUS, Lorraine
b. 31 Mar 1931 - Eaton, Colorado
d. 15 Mar 2007 - Cleveland, Texas
From Casper Star Tribune, Casper, WY - 19 Mar 2007
Interment in the Mountain View Cemetery. She was born March 31, 1931, in Eaton, Colo., to Henry and Lydia (Kissler) Fabricus. On Nov. 14, 1948, she married Harold James POLLOCK in Riverton. Survivors include her daughters, Cindy Hovander and her husband of Green River, and Melody Logan of Cleveland, Texas; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband who died on Dec. 10, 1988; her parents; a daughter, Kathy Pollock-Bush; and an infant brother.

b. 24 April 1922 - Trego County, Kansas
d. 12 Dec 2002 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - December 14, 2002
She was born April 24, 1922, in Trego County, the daughter of John Jacob and Elizabeth Fabricius Fabrizius. On March 15, 1942, she married Christian "Chris" FUNK at San Luis Obispo, Calif. He died Aug. 16, 1990. Survivors include: a son, Jim, WaKeeney; two daughters, Susie Funk Reager, Sterling, Colo., and Mary Jane Funk Oakden, Tucson, Ariz.; a sister, Rachel Durr, Hutchinson; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four brothers, Fred, Herbert, Harold and infant Adam Fabrizius; and four sisters, Bertha Fahrenbruch, Freida Dietz, Marie Fabrizius and Clara Blehm. Interment will be in WaKeeney City Cemetery, WaKeeney

b. 22 Aug 1877 - Aehrenfeld, Volga
d. 25 Dec 1918 - Wakeeney Kansas
From Heritage Review - 24 April 1994
Buried 27 December 1918 Wakeeney, Kansas, Lutheran Cemetery. 10 Children (7 sons, 3 daughters). Survivors: husband, 6 sons, 2 daughters, 1 brother, 1 sister.

FABRIZIUS, Elizabeth
b. 24 Feb 1907 - Kratzka, Russia
d. 10 May 2004 - Dayton, Nevada
From Casper Star Tribune, Casper, WY - 13 May 2004
Graveside services in Mountain View Cemetery in Riverton. Daughter of Jacob and Mollie (Rein) Fabrizius. On Dec. 16, 1928, she married David SIEGFRIED in Cheyenne. Survivors include her son, Harold D. Siegfried of Carson City; four grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and a daughter, Lillian M. Jackson.

b. 10 Oct 1918 - Laporte, Colorado
d. 13 Jul 2004 - Greeley, Colorado
From Greeley Tribune - Greeley, Colorado - 07-19-04
Born to Heinrich and Marie (Dietz) Fabrizius. On March 19, 1939, she married Henry ERBES in Windsor. He died Dec. 22, 2001. Survivors are two sons, Marvin Erbes of Murrells Inlet, S.C., and Ronald P. Erbes of Haymarket, Va.; six grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Four brothers, Sigmund, Benjamin, William and Raymond Fabrizius, and three sisters, Martha Buderus, Lydia Weaver and Mildred Rusch, are deceased.. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Greeley.

b. 23 Apr 1923 - Trego County, Kansas
d. 13 Jun 2006 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Friday, June 16, 2006
Daughter of John and Anna Fabricius Fabrizius. On Jan. 21, 1945, she married Paul DEINES in Trego Center. He survives. Other survivors include: a daughter, Elizabeth Ann, WaKeeney; a brother, Rubin Fabrizius, WaKeeney; a sister, LuElla Wadell, Edmond, Okla.; and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Mark David; a brother, Albert Fabrizius; and a sister, Tabea Dietz. Interment will be in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Trego Center.

b. 13 May 1908 - WaKeeney, Kansas
d. 29 Mar 2005 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Sunday, April 3, 2005
Born to John Jacob and Mary Katherine (Deines) Fabrizius. She married Henry KRAUS on Oct. 30, 1932, in WaKeeney. Survivors include her husband, of the home; a son, Don Kraus, WaKeeney; a daughter, Ruth Cannon, Mansfield, Texas; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Burial in the WaKeeney City Cemetery.

FABRIZIUS, Hubert Henry
b. 19 Aug 1925 - Trego Center, Kansas
d. 15 Mar 2004 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Salina Journal - Wednesday, March 17, 2004, Wichita Eagle - Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Born to Henry Richard and Emilie Othelia (Karst) Fabrizius. He married Doris OLDS on June 24, 1951, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, WaKeeney. She died in 1997. He was also preceded in death by a sister, Esther Deines. Survivors include two sons, Michael C. Fabricius of Plainville and Jeremy Fabricius of Topeka; five daughters, Diane Shannon of Lindsborg, Nancy Avery, her husband, Wayne, and Jan Peterson, all of Wichita, Cindy Schmidt of Fountain Hills, Ariz., and Amy West and husband Steve of Goodland; three sisters, Leona Niedens of Larned, Martha Poos of Wichita and Norma Yancey of Springfield, Mo. Burial will be in WaKeeney City Cemetery.

FABRIZIUS, K. Margaret -  See K. Margaret Deines

FABRIZIUS, Maria Katharina - See Maria Katharina Deines

b. 1 Apr 1909 - Goshen, Kansas
d. 28 Jun 2005 - Lander, Wyoming
From Casper Star Tribune, Casper, WY - 26 June 2005
Interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Daughter of John Jacob Fabrizius and Amelia "Molly" (Rein) Fabrizius. On May 12, 1930, in Fort Collins, Colo., she married Adam WEBER. Survivors include her sons, Alfred Weber and his wife, Richard Weber and his wife, and Paul Weber and his wife, all of Riverton; her daughters, Clara Doering and her husband of Riverside, Calif., and Alice Rosburg and her husband of Riverton; her daughter-in-law, Edna Weber of Arapahoe; 15 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; her brothers, Alfred Fabrizius and Harry Fabrizius, both of Riverton; and her sisters, Elsie Crabb and Helen Rhinehart, both of Greeley, Colo., and Victoria Randolph of Riverton. She was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years in 1987, her parents, a son, Robert Weber, a brother, George Fabrizius, her sisters, Elizabeth Slegfried and Bertha Deines and two infant sisters, Molly and Bertha Fabrizius.

b. 29 Jul 1905 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 1987 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Frieda Karst Collection
Son of George and Mary Catherine (Mai) Fabrizius. He married Pauline DEINES Aug. 21, 1927, at Zion Lutheran Church at Trego Center. Mrs. Fabrizius survives. Other survivors are two sons, Leon of Ogallah; and Melvin of WaKeeney; one daughter, Florence Flinn, of Manhattan; one sister, Miss Marie Fabrizius of WaKeeney; 6 grandchildren and two gt. Grandchildren. Burial in the Zion Lutheran Cemetery.

b. 11 Jun 1913 - Munich, North Dakota
d. 7 Jan 2007 - Hillsboro, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, January 9, 2007
He was born June 11, 1913, in rural Munich, N.D., the son of Bernard D. and Helen Hiebert Fadenrecht. On June 11, 1944, he married Virginia Harman in Lisbon, Iowa. She survives. He is survived by a son, Daryl Kent Fadenrecht, Wichita. Burial in Hillsboro M.B. Cemetery.

b. 18 Apr 1925 - Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska
d. 27 Sep 2005 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From Scottsbluff Star Hearld, Scottsbluff, NE - 29 Sep 2005
Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery at Scottsbluff. Son of Hermann and Mollie (Yekel) Fahlbusch. He was united in marriage to Mary Jane Asmus, July 6, 1949, in Torrington, Wyo. He will be greatly missed by his wife Mary Jane; daughters, Sheila Jensen and husband George and Tina Dinges; son, Roger Fahlbusch; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and a host of extended family and friends. Albert was preceded in death by his parents and stepbrother Alex Zitterkopf.

FAHRENBRUCH, Emma - See Emma Schneider

b. 15 Apr 1915 - Greeley, Colorado
d. 26 Sep 2003 - Greeley, Colorado
From Greeley Tribune, Greeley, Colorado - 09-28-03
Daughter of Conrad and Anna Margaret (Wagner) Fahrenbruch. On June 28, 1936, she married John CROISSANT in Greeley. He died May 1, 1994. Survivors are three daughters and sons-in-law, Dorothy Joan and David Clarkson of Greeley, Virginia and Walt Bailey of Kersey, and Patricia A. and John Stephenson of Louisville; a son and daughter-in-law, John Michael and Debra Croissant of Overland Park, Kan.; two sisters, Ruth Stoll of Kersey and Lydia Kindsfather of Greeley; three brothers, Harold Fahrenbruch of Johnstown, Elmer Fahrenbruch of Denver and Roland Fahrenbruch of Erie; 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Her parents and several brothers and sisters are deceased. Interment will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Greeley.

FALCHLE, Katharina - See Katharina Schneider

FALK, Wilhelmina D.
b. 15 Sep 1909 - Herington, Kansas
d. 21 Jan 2005 - Herington, Kansas
From Salina Journal - Saturday, January 22, 2005, From Abilene Reflector-Chronicle - January 25, 2005, Hillsboro Star Journal - January 27, 2005
Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery, Herington. Born to Herman and Anna (Krause) Falk. She married Leo Dies on July 25, 1939, in Cottonwood Falls. He predeceased her in 1976.

b. 26 Mar 1886 - Dennewitz, Bess
d. 4 Sept 1922 - Selby, South Dakota
From Heritage Review - 27 March 1997
Buried 7 September 1922, Selby, South Dakota. Married Christian HAFNER on 30 October 1905, Plotzk, Bess. Survivors: husband, 8 children, in SR; 1 brother, 2 sisters. Immigrated 1906 USA.

FALKENSTEIN, Carrie - See Carrie David


b. 31 Oct 1848 - Strasburg, Prussia
d. 12 Jul 1907 - Hennessey, Oklahoma
From THE PRESS DEMOCRAT. Hennessey, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, Friday, July 19, 1907.
Submitted by Mary D. Dorsey
In 1849, Mr. Falkenstein was brought by his father, C. A. Falkenstein to a ranch in Texas where he lived until fifteen years of age. On August 13, 1896 he was married to Miss Carrie M. DAVID. To this union were born six children, five of whom are still living. His remains were interred in the Hennessey cemetery.

b. 28 May 1898 - Hennessey, Oklahoma
d. 1970 - Victoria, Texas
From Victoria Advocate Jan. 10, 1970
Submitted by Mary D. Dorsey

Daughter of James F. (D) and Carrie Davis (David) Falkenstein. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. C.E. (Betty) Erwin of Victoria; two sons, Leon L. DeWald of Dallas and Jack J. DeWald of New Orleans, La.

FALL, Margaret G.
b.  28 Dec 1909 - Albia, Iowa
d.  2 Nov 2001- Sheboygan, Wisconsin
From Sheboygan Press - November 5, 2001
Daughter of the late Herman and Elsie Patterson Fall. She married William W. WURM  June 20, 1931. Survivors include three sons, Rev. William C. (Janice) Wurm Town of Sheboygan, David R. (Judy) Wurm of Chattanooga, Tenn, and Donald E. (Olivia ) Werner of Meridian Miss.; ten grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by one infant son, William W. ; one sister, Alta Brown; and one brother, Ted Fall.  Burial will be in the Ridgewood Cemetery in Des Plaines, Ill.

FALLT, Ethel A. Duncan - See Ethel A. Cain

FANNING, Violet June - See Violet June Rinehart

FARHAR, Martha June, Short -  See Martha June Sheetz

FARMER, Henrietta M. - See Henrietta M. Tauscher

b. 30 Aug 1921 - Plain City, Ohio
d. 30 Jul 2005 - Garnett, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, July 31, 2005
Daughter of David and Nancy Mast Farmwald. On March 3, 1941, she married Menno L. KEIM at Haven. He died Sept. 16, 1978.Survivors include: five sons; three daughters; a brother; a sister; 37 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter.

FARNEY, Frieda L.
b. 22 Sep 1902
d. 23 Feb 1995, Wichita
From Hutchinson News - February 25, 1995
Daughter of Ben and Marie Pfister Farney. On Nov. 4, 1923, she married Jeff FRIEDEN at Burlington, Okla. He died Aug 30, 1985. Survivors include: three sons, Joe J., Ivan J., and Jeff K.; four daughters, Marie Tucker, Helen Farney, Roseann Reeves, and Marilyn Groom.

FASS, Conrad
b. 19 Nov 1893 - Oberdorf, Russia
d. 8 Jan 1962 - Saginaw, Michigan
From Saginaw News - January 9, 1962
Spouse's Name: Mary SCHIMPF Married: Sunday, March 1, 1925. Buried in Roselawn cemetery:

FASS, Mary - See Mary Schimpf

FAST, Selma
b. 14 Mar 1918 - Marion County, Kansas
d. 30 Jul 2003 - Newton, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, July 31, 2003
Daughter of Isaac B. and Agnetha Unruh Fast. On July 22, 1969, she married Milton SCHMIDT at Goessel. He survives. Other survivors include: four daughters, Barbara Lee Unruh and Kathern Lynn Voth, both of Goessel, Linda Sue Graber and Patricia Ann Schmidt, both of rural Newton; a brother, Menno, Hesston; a sister, Martha Waltner, Freeman, S.D.; and nine grandchildren. Burial will be at 9 a.m. Monday in Tabor Cemetery.

b. 8 Apr 1888 Shcherbakova, Russia
d. Aug 1958 St. Louis, Missouri
He married KATHARINA REISIG in 1913. She died in 1957. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Jack Lowry of Wayne, three sons, Reinhold and August, both of St. Louis, and Adolph; and a sister Mrs. John Ambrecht of Saginaw.

FAUST, Amalia - See Amalia Kabobel

FAUST, Amelia
Dreispitz, Russia
b. 10 Sep 1881, Russia
d. 20 Feb 1947, Saginaw, MI
Amelia Faust was married in Russia to Gottfried SCHMIDT in 1903. Besides her husband, she leaves 4 daughters, Mrs. Gottfried Asmus, Mrs. Stephen Platko, Mrs. Herman Wendt, Helen Schmidt; 4 sons, Alex F., Theodore, Victor, John G. all of Saginaw; one sister, Mrs. John Arnbrecht of Saginaw, and one brother, Alexander Faust of St. Louis, Michigan.

FAUST, Esther A
b. 19 Aug 1920, Akron, Micigan
d. 18 Feb 1985, Saginaw, Michigan
She was married to Linwood H. LINVILLE, SR. Dec. 19, 1941 in Saginaw. Surviving besides her husband are one daughter and son-in-law, Carol Ann Bamberger and husband Frank Sr; one son and daughter-in-law, Lenwood H. Linveille Jr. and wife Marcia; three brothers and two sisters, Victor Faust and Ezra Faust, Jacob H. Faust, Leona Chiarovano; Rachel Hollifield. five grandchildren, Frank Bamberger Jr. and wife Jennifer; Renee and Duke Bamberger; Tammy and Andrew Linville; two brothers, David and Leonard Faust predeceased her.

FAUST, Jacob, Sr.
b. 5 Jun 1879, Oberdorf, Russia
d. 15 May 1966, Saginaw, Michigan
He was born, June 5, 1879 in Oberdorf, Russia, where he married Amalia KABOBEL in October 1897. They came to the United States to Oklahoma in 1911, then to Saginaw in 1913. She predeceased him March 20, 1959. Surviving are three daughters and five sons, Mrs. John Chiarovano, Mrs. Linwood Linville, Leonard, David, Victor and Ezra Faust, all of Saginaw; Jacob Faust Jr., Sanford; Mrs. Rufus Hollifield, San Bernardino, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. William Suppes Sr., Saginaw.

FAUST, Leah F.
b. 10 Nov 1911 - Tangier, Oklahoma
d. 15 Nov 2003 - Shattuck, Oklahoma
From Obituary - Good Samaritan Funeral Service - Woodward, Oklahoma
Interment in the Shattuck Memorial Cemetery. Born, to George and Mary C. (Meier) Faust. On December 1, 1927, she was united in marriage to Jacob H. KELLN at a farm home southwest of Shattuck. Leah was preceded in death by her parents; her stepfather, H. H. Kelln; her husband, Jacob, in 1985; her daughter, Evelyn May Mounts; a sister, Mary Cales; two brothers, Samuel and Manuel Faust; two half-brothers, Harry and Newman Kelln; and six step brothers and sisters. She is survived by her two sons and their wives, Norman J. and Jo Ann Kelln of Shattuck and James R. and Cindy Kelln of Oklahoma City, son-in-law Gene Mounts and wife, Darla Mounts of Balka; step-brother Ezra Kelln of Shattuck; seven grandchildren, Noretta Jo Williams and husband David, Norman Jay Kelln and wife, Karen; Susan Kay Mounts Hayse, Mike Mounts and wife, Kathy, 12 great-grandchildren, Chad William and wife, Sarah, Neysa Lehman and husband, Jeromy , Krystin and Klyssa Kelln, Ashley, Allison, Analese, Arick, and Abigal Mounts.

b. 8 Jun 1891, Shcherbakovka, Russia
d. 6 May 1970, Saginaw, Michigan
Mary Faust was born June 8, 1891 in Russia, and immigrated to Saginaw in 1910. She was married to Andrew BEISEL in 1912. He passed away in 1918. In 1926 she was married to Mr. Ambrecht. He passed away in 1965. Surviving are one son and one daughter, Edwin Beisel, Saginaw; Mrs. Louis (Pauline) Kost, Livonia.

b. 1 Sep 1914 - Fargo, Oklahoma
d. 23 Sep 2001 - Edmond, Oklahoma
From Northwest Oklahoman - October 4, 2001
Daughter of George and Mary Catherine Faust. She married Henry Ray CALES on Sept. 10, 1939. Mary is preceded in death by her husband; parents; brothers, Manual and Sam Faust, half brothers, Harry Kelln and Newman Kelln. She is survived by her son, Ray and wife Teresa Cales; grandchildren, Brian Cales, Kristen Cales; sister, Lela Kelln and step-brother Ezra Kelln, both of Shattuck.

FAUST, Susanna E.
b. 1 Sep 1886 - Oberdorf, Russia
d. 1 Feb 1971 - Saginaw, Michigan
From Saginaw News Febrary 1, 1971
Spouse's Name: WILLIAM SUPPES. Buried in Roselawn Cemetery.

FAUST,Thomas F.
b. abt 1922
d. 4 Jun 2000, Kansas
Survivors: wife, Iris; sons and daughters-in-law's Byron and Debbie, Lew and Audrey; daughter and son-in-law, Lynn and Phil Beets.

FEAGLER, Emma - See Emma Derr

b. 22 Mar 1915, Longmont
d. 23 Jan 1982, Ventura, Calif.
From Newspaper Clipping
Son of Conrad and Elizabeth Weber Feagler. He married Margaret TELK. Survived by wife, sons: James, Michael; daughter, Mrs. Rosalie Kirkeby; brothers, William Feagler, Ogdon, UT; Alexander Feagler, Englewood; sisters: Margaret Springsteel, Marie Storkel, both Longmont; Elizabeth Schell, Scottsbluff, NE; Rose Lynn, Esther Pendergast, both Hot Springs, Ark; Lydia Davis, Colorado Springs; Emma Webberding, Catado, ID.

FECH, Florence Elizabeth
b. 4 Feb 1916 - Bazine, Kansas
d. 18 Feb 1995 - Bazine, Kansas
From Frieda Karst Collection
Born to John and Katherine (Helmut) Fech. She married Lawrence STRECKER on May 3, 1934, in Bazine. He died Dec. 4, 1984. Survivors include three sons, Don, Bazine; William, Carthage, MO; and Allan, New Cambria; three sisters, Lydia Foos and Martha Schriock, Bazine; and Alvena Bahm, Dighton; and four grandchildren. Burial in the Bazine Cemetery.

FECH, Maria
b. 1 Feb 1859 - Balzer, Volga
d. 17 Apr 1921 - Lincoln, Nebraska
From Heritage Review - 27 March 1997
Buried 19 April 1921. Married Heinrich HEIL from Balzer (died 1905). Survivors: 2 children, 2 brothers. Immigrated 1907 Lincoln, Nebraska

b. 1 Jan 1932 Colby, Kansas
d. 10 Dec, 2000 - Oakley, Kansas
From Hutchinson News
Son of Charles Vernor and Thelma Irene (Walker) Fechner. He married Linda Elaine Foster on Aug. 7, 1976, in Oakley. Survivors include his wife; a son, Donald Jr.; a daughter, Melinda Enfield; a brother, Bill Fechner, Bristow, Okla.; three sisters, Darlene Wright, Aurora, Colo., Joyce Nye, Oklahoma City, and Joellen Schaffer, Liberal. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Betty Tillotson and Janice Dreher.

FECHNER, Linda Mae
b. abt 1977 - Oklahoma
d. 23 Dec 2000 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
From Northwest Oklahoman - Janury 4, 2001
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Robert and Veda Fechner. Linda is survived by her childlren, Audra, Bradley and Deidra, her parents, Bud and Lillie, her two brothers, Bert and Jon Fechner, four sisters, Tina Brown, Cindy Jones, Tonya Dnn (sic) and Cathy Williams.

FECHNER, Robert Eugene
b. 31 Aug 1920 - Shattuck, Oklahoma
d. 4 Dec 2000 - Glendale, California
From Northwest Oklahoman - December 14, 2000
Son of Robert and Veda (Krehbiel) Fechner. On May 13, 1946, Robert was married to Virginia WILLIAMS at Higgins, Tex. He was preceded in death by his parents. Robert is survived by five daughters: Patricia Haney, Shirley Littlefield, Charlene Joyce, Sandra Juckett and Gina Grimm: two sons, Merlin Fechner and Larry Fechner; five sisters: Charlotte Ehrlich of Shattuck, Delores Moore of Fort Sumner, N.M.; Wanda Melzer of Wichita, Kans.; Veda Mae Ehrlich of Granbury, Tex.; Elizabeth Misemer of Riverside, Mo.; three brothers: Dean Feschner of Wichita, Kan.; J. C. Fechner of Bethany, and Bud Fechner of Tulsa.

b. 9 Sep 1897, Tarutino, Bessarabia, Russia
d. 20 Mar 1999, Derby, Kansas
Parents were Ludwig and Louise (Kuldon) Fechner. In 1907, the family immigrated to Goodwin, Oklahoma. On March 5, 1920, he married Goldie Veda KREHBIEL at Arnett. Mrs. Fechner preceded him in death on Jan. 17, 1985. Other than his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, three sisters and four other siblings who died in Russia. He is survived by four sons, Eugene, Dean Fechner and his wife, Elresia, J. C. and his wife, Eunice, and Bud Fechner and his wife, Lillie; five daughters, Charlotte Ehrlich and her husband, Ralph, DeLores Moore and her husband, Norman, Wanda Melzer and her husband, Norman, Veda Mae Ehrlich and her husband, Leo, and Elizabeth Misemer. Children present at the sale of the Fechner Farm were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fechner of Bethany, John Fechner, Jr., and his friend, Pat Snow of Cushing, Dean Fechner and Wanda Melzer, Eugene Fechner, Pat and Dave Haney, Delores and Norman Moore, Veda and Leo Ehrlich, Ralph and Charlotte Ehrlich, Randy Ehrlich. Raymond Fritzler came by to reminisce and recall the good times with J. C. and Eugene.

FECHNER, Family of Robert and Veda Fechner
From Northwest Oklahoman - Thursday, June 5, 2003
Saturday, May 24, the family of Robert and Veda Fechner, came together for the first ever
"Fechner Family German Fest." It took place in Piedmont, at the Piedmont Church of the Nazarene. Forty-two descendents gathered to celebrate their German Heritage and pass on the secrets of preparing their favorite dishes that came over to America from Russia in 1907. John Fechner, Jr., with the help of Shawn Fechner and Mike Melzer, made Homemade Sausage; Delores Moore made Pork Struddle; Wanda Melzer make Cole Clebas; Eunice Fechner made Bierox and Noodle Soup with Butterballs; Charlotte Ehrlich made Apricot Kuka and Tifita and Cleba and together with Dova Smith made Case Noodle; Elizabeth Misener also made Tifita and Cleba; Gaylene Hill made Beef Struddles; Cathy Patton made Bierox and Karen Parish made Ham Struddle. The celebration of family and heritage not only included outstanding food, but much laughter and good fellowship. Plans are being made for the 2nd one next year. Those attending were Janell Moore, Roswell, NM and her friend Dennis Ball, Denver, Colo.; Nancy Scott and Riley Summer, Granbury, Tex.; Norman and Wanda Melzer, Wichita, Kan.; Ralph and Charlotte Ehrlich, Shattuck; Norman and Delores Moore, Ft. Sumner, NM; David and Gaylene, Bryce and Amanda Hill, Westminster, Colo.; Ken Fechner, Oklahoma City; Darrik and Sue and Children, Piedmont; David, Dana and Davette Smith, Roswell, NM; Liz Misener, Kansas City, MO; John and Pat Fechner, Tulsa.

b. 16 Nov 1938 - Higgins, Texas
d. 29 Mar 2003 - Granbury, Texas
From Northwest Oklahoma - April 10, 2003
Daughter of Robert and Veda Goldie (Krehbiel) Fechner. She married Leo EHRLICH on August 21, 1970. Together they raised six children. Survivors include her husband, Leo, and dog, Madi, of the home; four daughters and two sons, Nancy Summer of Granbury, Tex.; son, LaDran Ehrlich of Winfield, Kan.,; Brenda Jo Haines of Phoenix, AZ; son, Troy Ehrlich of Fort Riley, Kan.; LaDenna Pierce of Kansas City, Kan.; and Tammy Ehrlich of Osawatomie, Kan.; four grandsons, four grand-daughters. Four sisters and three brothers also survive her.. Interment was in the Higgins Cemetery

b. 27 Dec 1917 - Bayard, Nebraska
d. 30 Sep 2006 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From Scottsbluff Star Hearld, Scottsbluff, NE - 3 Oct 2006
Interment at Fairview Cemetery. Irene was born Dec. 27, 1917, in Bayard the daughter of Pete and Mollie (Keller) Fegler. She was united in marriage to Robert SITTNER Feb. 10, 1946, in Lyman.. She married Robert MIZE April 14, 1956, in Riverton, Wyo. She was a caregiver to her sisters Ann and Molly and also cared for Carrie Moody for many years. Irene is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Ronald and Marilyn Sittner of Morrill, Stanley and Peggy Sittner of Scottsbluff, and Robert and Jeanette Mize of Scottsbluff; grandchildren, Lori Sittner, Lisa (Chris) Holowiski, Angie (Gregg) Schilz, Amy (Charles) Banghart, Tammy (Steven) Radzymski, Tracie (Ryan) Barrett, and Jarred, Jordan, Brianne, and Jamie Mize; six great-grandchildren; brothers, Harry Fegler of Riverton, Wyo. and Claude Fegler of Torrington, Wyo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents; both husbands; brothers, Pete, Henry, Robert, John, and Albert; and sisters, Marie Green, Ann Zeiler, and Molly Krause.

b. 2 Nov 1919 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
d. 13 Jul 209096 - Gering, Nebraska
From Scottsbluff Star Hearld , Scottsbluff, NE - 18 Jul 2006
Interment at Fairview Cemetery in Scottsbluff. Daughter of Pete and Molly (Keller) Fegler. She was united in marriage to Chris KRAUSE Nov. 9, 1938 in Gering.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Kathleen and Carl Grimaldi of Cary, N.C.; son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Sandy Krause of Greenwood, Ind.; grandchildren, Julie Astrike and Angie Marsh and her husband Joe all of Greenwood, Ind., Rob Krause and his wife LeighAnn of Centerville, Ohio and Michael and Cristina Grimaldi both of Cary, N.C.; seven great-grandchildren; sister, Irene Mize of Scottsbluff; brothers, Harry Fegler of Riverton, Wyo., and Claude Fegler of Torrington, Wyo.; and several nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents; husband; brothers, Pete, Henry, Robert, Albert, and John; and sisters, Marie Green and Ann Zeiler.

FEIL, Anna - See Anna Wills

FEIL, August
b. 25 Sep 1894 - Russia
d. 1947 - Fort Collins, Colorado
Obit: dated 1947
He was born on Sept. 25, 1894, in Russia, and came to America at the age of 17. He was married on Jan. 15, 1921, at Wellington, Kansas to Elisabeth GALYARDT, who survives him. The veteran is survived by three children, Mrs. Jack (Helen) Peitzel of Denver; and Mrs. Fred Deubach of Denver; and August Jr. of Ft. Collins; a grandson Jackie Peltzel; a brother, Reinhardt, of Ft. Collins; and two sisters, Mrs. Fred Steinle of Chaddock, (sic) OK; and Mrs. Fred File of Fargo, OK. Burial at Grandview cemetery.

FEIL, David
b. 20 Mar 1885, Russia
d. 25 Nov1974,, Russell
From Newspaper Clipping
Survivors: daughters: Mrs. Marie Rogg, Russell; Mrs. Helen Rogg, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Edna Olson, Phoenix, Ariz; sons: Jacob, Russell and George, Canoga Park, Calif.

b. 22 Aug 1933, Dorrance, Kansas
d. 2 Feb 1999, Salina, Kansas
Survivors include his wife, Valdean; two daughters, Tammy Dooley and Kim Witters; a brother, Dale; two sisters, Wilma Daniels and June Dolezal.

b. 22 Aug 1933 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 2 Feb 1999 - Salina, Kansas
Survivors include his wife,Veldean ,of the home; two daughters, Tammy Dooley of Bonner Springs and Kim Witters of Lenexa; a bother, Dale of Lyons; two sisters, Wilma Daniels and June Dolezal, both of Wilson, and four grandchildren. Burial will be in Gypsum Hill Cemetery, Salina. Information: From group charts, it appears that Donald is the son of Andrew and Leah Heinze Feil, Jr. Andrew b 4 May 1903, d. 7 Dec 1964; Leah b. 21 July 1903, d. 15 Aug 1979. Her parents Fredrich and Elisabeth Biesterfeld Heinze.

FEIL, Elizabeth - See Elizabeth Galyardt

FEIL, Ella M.
b. 21 Feb 1912 - Bunker Hill, Kansas
d. 21 Jan 2003 - Lucas, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Thursday, January 23, 2003, Russell County News - 1-29-03
Daughter of Andrew and Mollie (Steinle) Feil. She married Elmo LANGHOFER on April 28, 1937, in Russell. He died April 20, 1975. Survivors include two sons, Larry, Russell, and Jerry, Oklahoma City; and a grandchild. Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, Elmo Langhofer; a daughter, Patty Bebemeyer; and a grandson, Michael Langhofer.
Burial in Bunker Hill Cemetery.

FEIL, Georgia M. - See Georgia M. Mai

FEIL, Hilda
b. Oct 28, 1907, Dreispitz, Russia
d. abt April 1988
Northwestern Oklahoman, April 7, 1988
Married Chris Peil, August 21, 1927. Chris died in 1969. Others who preceded Hilda in death were a son Richard in 1969, three brothers and one sister. She is survived by two daughters Lillian Miller of Follett and Rose Bender of Shattuck; sister Esther Meier of Woodward; brother Sam Feil of Fargo, Okla.

FEIL, Jacob
b. 3 Aug 1909 - Bunker Hill, Kansas
d. 9 Aug 2004 - Russell, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Thursday, August 12, 2004
Born to David and Julia (Meier) Feil. He married Sadie BACHMANS on Nov. 30, 1945.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; a son, Dean Feil, Andover; a daughter, Janice Fuller, Manhattan; three sisters, Marie Rogg and Helen Rogg, Russell, and Edna Olson, Arizona; and 10 grandchildren. Burial in Bunker Hill

FEIL, Katherine
b. Apr 1885 - Kabis, Russia
d. 21 Feb 1965 - Hillsboro, Kansas
She married John Peter LANGHOFER on June 4, 1903. He died May 4, 1934. She married John's brother, Daniel Leon LANGHOFER on June 1, 1935. He died September 17, 1955. She died on February 21, 1965.

FEIL, Lea - See Lea Heinze

FEIL Leona L.
b. 28 Sep 1916 - Bunker Hill, Kansas
d. 11 Oct 1996 - Hutchinson, Kansas
Submitted by Ethel Lock
HUTCHINSON - Leona L. Sprinkle, Hutchinson, 80, formerly Bunker Hill, died October 11, 1996, in Hospital here. She was born September 28, 1916, in Bunker Hill to Andrew and Mollie Steinle Feil,. She married Gilbert SPRINKLE on November 27, 1940. He survives. Other survivors include: sons: Kenneth Sprinkle, and Randall Sprinkle, both Hutchinson; sister: Ella Langhofer, Lucas; 5 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Fosters
Funeral Home, in charge.

FEIL, Lydia - See Lydia Steinle

FEIL, Lydia
b. 17 Feb 1900 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 2 Oct 1989 - Russell, Kansas
Her husband, David, died in 1977. Survivors include a son, Willis of Russell; two foster sons, Marlyn Steinle of Dorrance and Francis Steinle of McPherson; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

FEIL, Marie
b. 3 Jul 1858 - Dreispitz, Russia
d. 26 Nov 1926 - Fort Collins, Colorado
Russell Record, Russell, KS - Dec. 2, 1926
On Feb. 25, 1878, she was united in marriage to Reinhardt GALYARDT in Dreispitz, and in the year 1887, they immigrated to America and located in Wilson, KS. To Mrs. and Mrs. Galyardt were born six children, five sons and one daughter, two sons preceding the mother in death; Adam dying in Russia and Andrew in Russell several years ago. The children living are Reinhardt Jr., of Ft. Collins, CO; David, Brighton, CO; August, Russell; Mrs. Marie Brack, Winfield, KS. Seventeen grandchildren and four gt. grandchildren also survive and a host of friends. Buried in the German Lutheran Cemetery. (additional information: burial in St. John Lutheran Cem., Russell, KS)

FEIL, Mollie - See  Mollie Hoover

FEIL, Mollie
b. 18 Apr 1893 - Wilson, Kansas
d. 16 Jan 1968 - Russell, Kansas
Casket bearers: George Heinitz, Al Steinle, Jake Herbel, Willis Feil, Ruben Galliart, Francis Steinle.

FEIL, Ronald Gene
b. 22 Aug 1933 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 6 Dec 1986 - Salina, Kansas
Survivors include is wife, Norma J. of the home; a son, Rod of Kansas City, Mo.; two daughters, Rhonda Heline of Lindsborg and Diana Looney of Salina; two brothers, Don of Salina and Dale of Lyons; two sisters, Wilma Daniels and June Dolezal, both of Wilson; and two grandchildren. Burial in the Gypsum Hill Cemetery. Information: From group charts, it appears that Ronald Gene is the son of Andrew and Leah Heinze Feil, Jr. - Andrew b 4 May 1903, d. 7 Dec 1964; Leah b. 21 July 1903, d. 15 Aug 1979. Her parents Fredrich and Elisabeth Biesterfeld Heinze.

FEIL, Willis
b. 11 Mar 1925 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 23 Sep 2003 - Hays, Kansas
From Russell County News
Son of David Jr. and Lydia Steinle Feil. He married Georgia M. Mai Sept. 17, 1950, at Dorrance. She died Jan. 30, 2003. Survivors include three sons, Alan Feil of Salina, Jim Feil of Russell and Bob Feil of Garwin, Iowa. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife and one infant daughter, Brenda Kay Feil. Burial will be at Russell City Cemetery

FEIL, Willis L.
b. 11 Mar 1925 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 23 Sep 2003 - Hays, Kansas
From Great Bend (Kan) Tribune - Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Son of David Jr. and Lydia Steinle Feil.. He married Georgia M. Mai Sept. 17, 1950, at Dorrance. She died Jan. 30, 2003. Survivors include three sons, Alan Feil of Salina, Jim Feil of Russell and Bob Feil of Garwin, Iowa; four grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one infant daughter, Brenda Kay Feil. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the church, with the Rev. Henry J. Hartman officiating. Burial will be at Russell City Cemetery, with full military honors by VFW Post 6240.

FEIST, Henry L.
b. 9 Jun 1902, Ellinwood
d. abt 1978, Kansas
From Newspaper Clipping
He married Margaret HEINZ November 19, 1929, north of Ellinwood. Survivors: wife; 5 sons: Aaron, Alan, Downs; Don, Jim, Kenneth; 1 daughter: Marlene Feist; 1 brother, Leon, Ellinwood; 2 sisters, Mrs. Emma Stumps, Holyrood and Mrs. Lucy Guldaman, Wichita.

b. 11 Apr 1904, Rice County
d. 15 Oct 1995, Scott City
From Newspaper Clipping
Daughter of John Herman and Wilhelmina Henerika Weimers Feldman. On May 16, 1926, she married William Walter ARENSMAN in Rush County. He died May 28, 1939. On Jan. 23, 1947, she married Frederick William SCHMIDT at Delphos. He died Jan. 13, 1971. Survivors include: a son, Virgil Arensman; a daughter Dorothy York.

FELDT, Hulda B. - See Hulda B. Meyer

FELIX, Edna Marie - See Edna Marie Schultz

b. 22 Nov. 1899, Dubuque
d. 20 Mar 1979, Hoisington
From Newspaper Clipping
He married Mary HITSCHMANN in October of 1927 at Beaver. She died June 30, 1946. He married Lucy HUSEMAN Sept. 24, 1947, in Kanopolis. Survivors include his wife; two sons: Alvin and Allen; one brother, Jake of Great Bend; two sisters, Mrs. Ann Kramer of Great Bend and Mrs. Veronica Hitschmann of Beaver.

FERTIG, Ella Frieda - See Ella Frieda Jost

FERTIG, Lea - See Lea Henkle

b. 14 Sep 1896 - Kingfisher County, Oklahoma
d. 1973 - Watonga, Oklahoma
From Enid, Oklahoma Newspaper
Burial will be in Omega Cemetery. On July 2, 1918, he married Hanna A. HAFFNER in Kingfisher. He was proceeded in death by three children and three brothers. Survivors include his wife, Hannah, of the home; four sons, GLEN R. FETTERS OF WATONGA - KEITH R. FETTER OF OMAHA, NEBRASKA - REV. BOB R. FETTERS OF CHANDLER, ARIZONA - WAYNE FETTER OF COVINA, CALIFORNIA.

FETTERS, Hannah -  See Hannah Haffner

b. Unknown
d. Unknown
Husband of Charlotte Feuerstein, Father of Bud Feuerstein, Wichita Falls, Texas; Mildred Anderson and Victor Feuerstein, Denver, Brother of John Feuerstein, Greeley, Winnie Freauff, Platteville, Flora Griffith, Phoenix, Arizona an Lizzie Wertz, Lincoln, Nebraska. Also survived by six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Burial at Crown Hill Cemetery.

FICKEN, Viola Helen
b. 10 Dec 1899, Bison
d. 11 Jan. 1990, Ness City
From Newspaper Clipping
Daughter of George Ficken and Helen Bernreuter. On June 25, 1919, she married Carl J. SCHNIEPP at Bison. He died Aug. 7, 1979. Survivors include: three sons, Cecil E., Wichita; Glenn H., Bazine; and Robert D., Ness City. Burial in Ness City Cemetery.

FIECHTNER, Hilda A. - See Hilda A. Hirsch

FIEDLER, Mildred E.
b. 26 Dec 1912 - Dickinson County, Kansas
d. 8 Jul 2002 2002 - Salina, Kansas
From Abilene Reflector - July 9, 2002
She was born Dec. 26, 1912, in rural Dickinson County, the daughter of Benjamin and Edna (Lind) Fiedler. She married Ira "Ike" HAAS on Dec. 26, 1931. Burial will be in Navarre Cemetery.

FIEL, Helen
b. 25 Nov 1898 - Lehigh, Kansas
d. 23 Nov 1988 -Shattuck, Oklahoma
Daughter of the late Andrew and Emma (Blehm) Fiel. On July of 1919, she was united in marriage to Reinhart KLEIN in Woodward, and the established their home on a farm southeast of Shattuck. Her husband died in 1958. Mrs. Klein was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Reinhart, one brother, Alex and three sisters, Elsie Fiel, Pricilla Fiel and Theresa Brutrum. She is survived by two sons, Victor Klein and his wife Marie of Shattuck, and Ted Klein and his wife Edna of Tulsa; two sisters, Rosetta Moore of Sapulpa and Olanda Detrixhe of Higgins; two brothers, Bill Fiel and Karl Fiel both of Shattuck; two grandchildren, and two great grandchildren and a host of loving friends. Internment was in the Shattuck Memorial Cemetery.

FIEL, Julia
b. 7 May 1878, Dreispitz, Russia
d. 31 Jul 1950, Higgins, Texas
From Records of AHSGR - Newspaper, Higgins, Texas August, 1950
Daughter of Reinhart and Marie Fiel. She was united in marriage Feb. 1898, to Gottfried STEINLE, and to this union one daughter and five sons were born. In 1899 she arrived in the U.S. She was preceded in death by 3 sisters and 3 brothers. She leaves to mourn her husband, Gottfried Steinle of Higgins, Texas; one daughter, Mrs. Adam Fritzler, Shattuck OK; 5 sons, Reinhart Steinle, Fred Steinle, and August Steinle, all of Higgins; Sam Steinle, Seminole, OK; Ed Steinle, Mulvane,KS; one sister, Lizzie Fiel, Fargo, OK.

FIEL, Loney - See Loney Schneider

FIEL, Marie
b. 30 Jun 1911 - Fargo, Oklahoma
d. 11 Jan 2003 - Shattuck, Oklahoma
From Northwest Oklahoman - Thursday, January 16, 2003
In May 1932, she married Jacob DEAL and together they raised five daughters: Amelia Schoenhals of Oklahoma City; Letha Skotniki of Erie, PA, Lillian Kelln of Amarillo, Tex., Mollie Ann Smith, of Tulsa; and Virginia Helfenbein of Shattuck. Marie was preceded in death by her husband Jacob in 1968, four sons-in-law, Fred Schoenhals, John Szlcotniki, Edgar Kelln and Melvin Helfenbein; one grandson Scott Smith, son of Mollie Ann and Howard Smith of Tulsa. Marie was the much loved grandmother of 17 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren. Interment was in the Shattuck Memorial Cemetery, Shattuck, Oklahoma.

B. 2 Sep 1904 - Ness County, Kansas
D. 18 Aug 1991 - Kennewick, Washington
From Newspaper Clipping
Son of August and Elizabeth Pinecker Filbert. On March 26, 1933, he married Asalee GLENN at Little Rock, Ark. She survives. Other survivors include: three sons, Robert, John, and Kennard; two daughters, Dr. Carolyn Sue Morgan and Karen Prose; one brother, John, Dighton; two sisters, Pauline Kleweno, Dodge City, and Dorothy Ely, Bazine. Burial will be in the Dighton Memorial Cemetery, Dighton.

FILBERT, Elma - See Elma Schwein

FILE, Emila - See Emila Meiers

FILE, Kenneth Lee
b. 17 Oct 1926 - Fargo, Oklahoma
d. 18 Dec 2002 - Fargo, Oklahoma
From Northwest Oklahoman - January 2, 2003
Interment was in the Fargo Cemetery. Kenneth Lee File was born October 17, 1926 at the family home south of Fargo to Ray and Marie (Treise) File. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps. On January 13, 1951, Kenneth was married to Billie McCLEERY at the home of his brother, Raymond. He was preceded in death by his parents. Kenneth is survived by his wife, Billie, of the home; three sons, John File, Greg File, and Clay File and his wife, Christie, all of Fargo; three brothers and wives, Harold and Lorene File of Chickasha, Raymond and Dorothy File of Fargo, and Leslie and Sally File of Albuquerque, New Mexico; six grandchildren, Bryan, Cody, Ken, Teeka, Cole and Cami; and other relatives.

FILE, Leo G.
b. 2 Dec 1916 - Woodward County, Oklahoma
d. 17 Jun 1995 - Jetmore, Kansas
Son Fred and Emilia Myers File. He married Maxine KARR on November 25, 1954, at Raton, N.M. She survives. Survivors include: step-daughter, Judith K. Pittman

FINGER, Kenneth H.
b.  abt 1929
d.  4 Jan 2002 - Thiensville, Wisconsin
He was the beloved husband of Josephine (nee Nasci) Finger; loving father of Mark (Molly) Finger, Pat (Pam) Finger, Paula (Gerald) Harris, John (Jill) Finger and Jodi (Johnny) Ritter; proud grandfather of 11 grandchildren; five step-grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; dear brother of Robert (Kathleen) Finger, Nita (Jack) Fischer, Margaret (Don) Francis, Nel (Richard) Hoerz and the late Merl (Mutz).

FINK, Bertha M.
b. 4 May 1898 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 7 Oct 1984 - Wilson, Kansas
Survivors include: son, Gaile Miller, Del City, OK.

FINK, Esther M.
b. 5 Aug 1912, Russell, Kansas
d. 12 Jul 2000, Wichita, Kansas
From Salina Journal - July 14, 2000
Her husband, Edward R. HEFFEL, died in 1984. Survivors include a son, Eddie, Jr; two brothers, Marvin Fink and Dale Fink, both of Russell.

FINK, Gladys L. - See Gladys L. Whetstone

FINK, Julia Lucinda
B. 12 April 1886 - Russell County, Kansa
D. 16 Oct 1978 - Russell, Kansas
From Newspaper Clipping
She married A. G. ROGG Oct. 25, 1905 at Bunker Hill. He died Nov. 4, 1962. Her parents were Horace and Caroline (Entarfer) Fink. She was preceded in death by her husband, A. G. Rogg, Nov. 4, 1962; a son, a sister and brother.
Survivors: sons: Herbert, Everett, and Doran, all Russell. Burial in Russell City Cemetery.

FIPPS, Tilman
b. 1 Sep 1922 - Hitchcock, Oklahoma
d. 18 Feb 1922 - Watonga, Oklahoma
From Enid News and Eagle - Monday, February 19, 2001
Son of Walter and Rachel Haffner Fipps. He married Billie CAYWOOD at Oklahoma City on August 4, 1951. Surviving are: two sons, James A. Caywood and Kerry W. Caywood; one daughter, Donna Jean Caywood; two sisters: LaVera Eudy of Oklahoma City and LaVina Maxfield of Broken Arrow. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sept 12, 1989 and one grandson.

b. 6 Aug 1928 - Greeley, Colorado
d. 19 Jan 2004 - Greeley, Colorado
From Greeley Tribune, Greeley, Colorado - 01-22-04
Born to Conrad and Mable (Sitzman) Firestien. On Aug. 17, 1952, he married Miriam Ruth BRUG at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Greeley. Survivors are his wife, Ruth Firestien of Greeley; a daughter, Judy Firestien of Fort Collins; a son, Roger Firestien of Buffalo, N.Y.; two sisters, Wynona Herbst of Greeley and Shirley Magnuson of Northglenn; a brother, Gerald Firestien, also of Greeley; a granddaughter, Maria Elizabeth Anderson; his mother-in-law, Mollie Brug of Windsor; and many nieces and nephews. His parents and two brothers, Wallace and David Firestien, are deceased. Interment in Linn Grove Cemetery, Greeley.

FISCHER, Edward F.
b. 17 Dec 1931 - Hunter, Kansas
d. 12 Jan 2004 - Hunter, Kansas
From Lucas-Sylvan News - Thursday, January 22, 2004
He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Elizabeth Fischer, nee Schneider; a sister Myrna Wallace; and a brother, Charles. Survivors include his wife, Madonna; three sons, Rex and his wife, Shirley of Mankato Charles and his wife June and Richard and his wife Kris all of Esbon; a daughter, Barbara Mizner and her husband Ray of Esbon; two stepdaughters, Vicki Aufdemberge and her husband Alan of Hunter and Tammi Keller and her husband Rick of Hunter; two brothers, James and his wife Ellen of Twin Falls, Idaho, and William and his wife Phyllis of Lyndon; two sisters, Mary Ann Thomas and her husband Gail of Beloit, and Helen Findley and her husband Richard of Abingdon, Virginia; and nine grandchildren. Interment in Greenwood Union Cemetery, Hunter.

b. 20 Jan 1891 - Markosof, South Russia
d. 8 Sep 1983 - Hutchinson, Kansas
From obit furnished, Hutchinson (Kan) News
She married Reinhold BORTH Oct. 15, 1891, at Markosof. He died Dec. 19, 1944. Survivors: son, Ben, Canton; Al, Arlington; Ed, Farmington, N.M.; daughters, Frieda Robinett, Wichita; Alice Blew, Pretty Prairie; Linda Zerger, of the home; nine grandchildren; 18 great- grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren. Burial at Moundridge Cemetery.

b. 19 Nov 1920 - Koingsburg, Germany
d. 27 Dec 1993 - Kinsley, Kansas
Kinsley Mercury - December 30, 1993
Son of Wilhelm and Meta Boness Fischer. On December 10, 1939, he married Virginia M. GALYARDT at Larned. She survives. Other survivors include: two sons, Ronald Fischer, Kingman, Ariz, and Douglas Fischer, Richardson, Texas; five sisters, Irma Dixon, Huntsville, Ala., Dorothy Collinvitti, Moundsville, W. Va., Gerda Showalter, Akron, Ohio, Iris Marconett, Grand Junction, Colo., and Evelyn Wilkerson, Lewis, eight grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Graveside service in the Salem Cemetery, Kinsley.

FISCHER, Hattie Florence - See Hattie Florence Reiswig

FISCHER, Helen Clara Nettie - See Helen Clara Nettie Sittner

FISCHER, Jo Hannah - See Jo Hannah Witt

FISCHER, Katharina Elisabeth
b. 20 Feb 1833 - Norka, Volga
d. 23 Apr 1925 - Sidney, Nebraska
From HERITAGE REVIEW - 29 March 1999
Buried 26 April 1925, Bayard, Nebraska. Married Heinrich GLANTZ in 1865 (died 1891). Married Heinrich, SACK in 1892. Children (1 son , 5 daughters - 1st husband). Survivors: 1 son Konrad Glanz (Sidney, Nebraska), 1 daughter (America) 2 daughters (SR)

b. 27 Jul 1938 - Wallace County, Kansas
d. 12 Aug 2003 - Sharon Springs, Kansas
From Salina Journal - August 15, 2003
Survivors include his wife, Barbara; a daughter, Rhonda Fischer of Sharon Springs; three sons, Ray of Ellsworth, Ryan of Iwokuni, Japan, and Randal of Oakley; a brother, Elvin of Wallace; a sister, LaVaughn Fischer of Sharon Springs; and four grandchildren.

b. 29 Dec 1910 - Chattanooga, Oklahoma
d. 26 Oct 2002 - Shattuck, Oklahoma
From Northwest Oklahoman - October 31, 2002
She was born December 29, 19190 at Chattanooga, Okla. to Eva Bierig Fischer and Dan Fischer. Marie married Victor BEISEL on November 2, 1942, near Chattanooga. They had one son, Victor Aaron Beisel of Fargo. Marie is survived by her son, Victor Aaron Beisel and daughter-in-law Diana of Fargo; one grandson, Joe Beisel of Stillwater; one granddaughter, Lisa Plante and husband Dan Plante of Woodward; one granddaughter, Alisha Nicole Plante and one great-grandson, Eli Daniel Plante of Woodward; two sisters, Eva Stoll and Hannah Stoll of Chattanooga; two brothers Dan and Dave Fischer of Chattanooga. She was preceded in death by her husband, Victor Beisel; her parents, Eva and Dan Fischer of Chattanooga; three brothers, Joe, Jake and Casper of Chattanooga and one grandson, Nathaniel Aaron Beisel of Fargo. Interment was in the Fargo Cemetery, Fargo.

FISCHER, Milton Ray
b. 13 Apr 1925 - Pickardville, North Dakota
d. 3 Aug 2003 - Lodi, California
From Lodi News-Sentinel - Tuesday, August 5, 2003
Son of John and Rose Fischer in Pickardville, ND. He, along with 11 brothers and sisters, were raised on a farm there. In 1946 he, his mother, father, and one sister moved to Lodi where he met and married Violet LITTKE on July 16, 1948. All three of their sons were born in Lodi. He is survived by his wife, Violet Fischer of Lodi, sons Keith and wife Diane Fischer of Sunnyvale; Kent and wife Marjorie Fischer of San Jose; Bruce and wife Janet Fischer of Newark; grandchildren Mark, Jennith, David and Suzanne Fischer; sisters Ruth Delk of Lodi and Ruby Stanford of Portland, Ore. Four brothers and five sisters preceded him in death. A graveside service will be held Thursday at Cherokee Memorial Park.

FISCHER, Pauline
b. 15 Aug 1904
d. 29 Jun 2000
From Newspaper Clipping
Survived by daughters Margaret Whittaker and Eva (Ken) Mitchell. Additional Information - Pauline Schwab, born 15 August 1904, Hoisington, Barton County, Kansas, the daughter of Johann Georg Fischer and Eva Margaret Eichman; Pauline died Vancouver, British Columbia. By Rolene Eichman Kiesling, Groveland, CA

FISCHER, Virginia M. - See Virginia M. Galyardt

FISCHER, Wayne Dean
b. 18 Aug 1927 - Maple Hill, Kansas
d. 12 Jan 2001 - Maple Hill, Kansas
From Great Bend Tribune - January 15, 2001 S
on of Reinhold G. and Caroline Tieperman Fischer. He married Delores GAGELMAN. They divorced. He married Katherine FRIESEN in 1963 in Topeka. They were divorced. Survivors include one son, Brian Fischer; two daughters, Dana Lloyd and Lora Cushard; one stepson, Eric Friesen; five stepdaughters, Janet Friesen, Karie Snyder, Lorin Friesen, Leanne Jowers and Marcile Dean; two sisters, Reta M. Schreiber of Great Bend and Alice M. Nichols of Gunnison, Colo. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Brenda Jo Fischer.

FISHER, Abraham E.
b. 15 Nov 1875, Oakley, Ill
d. 22 Nov 1974, Edwards County
From Newspaper Clipping
He married Lula PARKER Oct. 1, 1901, at Fellsburg. She died July 13, 1972. Survivors are sons: Emil and C. O., Fellsburg, C. K., McDonald; daughter: Mrs. Clella Mundhenke, Lewis; brothers: John, Leoti; M. B., Fellsburg.

FISHER, Alvina, Copeland - See Alvina Galliart

FISHER, Arlene E. Wynn - See Arlene E. Baugher

FISHER, Charles Henry
b. 19 Nov 1904 - Bunker Hill, Kansas
d. 8 Nov 1942 - Dorrance, Kansas
From Heinrich Galliart/Galyardt Family History - Glenn Mueller collection
On September 19, 1933, he was united in marriage to Miss Alvina GALLIART. This this union three sons were born, one son dying in infancy. He leaves to mourn his departure a sad and bereaved wife, two sons, Ray Max and Clair Duane, three brothers and three sisters: Fred Fisher, Warren Fisher, Mrs. Benny Bender, Russell, Kansas; George Fisher, Corning, Calif, Mrs. John Hoyne, Salina, Kansas; one grandfather, Karal Pekarek, Wilson; two nephews, two nieces and many friends. Interment was in Dorrance Cemetery.

FISHER, Elma - See Elma Miller

b. 18 Jun 1935 - Ellsworth, Kansas
d. 30 Oct 1995 - Hutchinson, Kansas
From Heinrich Galliart/Galyardt Family History - Glenn Mueller collection
He was born June 18, 1935, at Ellsworth, the son of Charles H. and Alvina Galliart Fisher. On July 15, 1967, he married Marilyn R. HOWES at Amarillo, Texas. She survives. Other survivors include: a daughter, Lori Douglas, of 7411 Tobacco Rd.; two sons, Joey Fisher, Belle Plaine, and Robert of 2207 North Harrison; a brother, Clair, Russell; and four grandchildren. Burial in the Fairlawn Burial Park, Hutchinson.

FISHER, Sarah - See Sarah Bierig

FLACK, Daniel
b. 17 Aug 1919 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
d. 8 Mar 2007 - Washakie, Wyoming
From Casper Star Tribune, Casper, WY - Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Burial at Riverview Memorial Gardens Cemetery. He was born on Aug. 17, 1919 in Scottsbluff, Neb., a son of Henry and Amalia (Schlundt) Flack. He married Edna HETH on April 5, 1940 in Sheridan. Survivors include one daughter, Nancy Kraft and her husband of Severance, Colo.; four sons and their wives, Ron Flack of Cheyenne, Hank Flack of Mitchell, S.D., Kenny Flack of Aberdeen, S.D., and Rocky Flack of Casper; one sister, Alice Thompson of Cody; 14 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandson. He was preceded in death by a son in 1942 and his wife in 1991, three brothers and four sisters.

FLAGLER, Adam, Jr.,
b. 1 June 1923, Longmont, CO
d. 6 Feb 2003, Fort Collins, CO
Greeley Tribune, 02-08-03
Son of Adam and Anna (Honstein) Fagler. On Nov. 13, 1944, he married Dorothy J. Wilson in Wheat Ridge.
Survivors are his wife, Dorothy Fagler of Windsor; a daughter, Jean Marie Pearce of Windsor; two sons, Charles Fagler and Edward Fagler, both of Windsor; three sisters, Katherina Capelli of Lakewood, Helen Allen of Fort Collins and Pauline Shehesta of Denver; a brother, Bill Fagler of Berthoud; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. His parents, two sisters and three brothers are deceased. Interment will be in Lakeview Cemetery, Windsor.

FLAGER, Clara - See Clara Deines

FLAGLER, Dorene L.
b. 17 Dec 1943 - Hays, Kansas
d. 20 Jan 2001, Peck, Kansas
Daughter of John and Clara Deines Flagler. On August 24, 1963, she married Gary KERTH. He survives. Survivors include: son, Chris; daughter, Rhonda Smith; mother, WaKeeney; brother, Norri.; sisters: Carolyn Riggs; Janet Armbruster, Marcia Schiewe, Marcheta Jacobson, LaQuita Klenke. She was preceded in death by father, and infant son, Michael John Kerth.

FLAGLER, Esther - See Esther Deines

b. 16 Nov 1924 -
d. 22 Jan 2007 - Billings, Montana
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 25 Jan 2007
Born Nov. 16, 1924, the youngest of Henry and Elizabeth (Krieger) Flagler. He married Ruth REITER on July 29, 1943, in Billings. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, of 63-1/2 years; and their five children, Karen (Dennis) Emmerick, Bernie (Eunice) Flagler, Doug Flagler, Lanette (Dave) Christopherson, all of Billings, and Tim (Diane) Flagler, Gilbert, Ariz.; grandchildren, Kelly (Darwin) Rowton, Powell, Wyo., Koby (Todd) Hatch, Chicago, Renae Flagler, Laurel, Nick and Chad Christopherson, Billings; great-grandchildren, Kourtney and Keaton Rowton and Sydney Hatch. He also has one surviving sister, Elizabeth Mill, Billings; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; brothers, Alex and Rhiney; and his sister, Frieda Roth. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

b. 11 Mar 1914 - Russell, Kansas
d. 23 Feb 1989 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Frieda Karst Collection
Born, to Christian and Eva (Ruf) Flagler. He married Clara DEINES, June 2, 1935 in WaKeeney. Survivors are his wife, Clara, of the home; one son, Norris, Lake Sherwood, MO; six daughters, Carolyn Riggs of WaKeeney, Dorene Kerth, Collyer; Janet Armbruster of Ellis; Marcia Schiewe of Overland Park; Laquita Lynam of Burdett; and Marcheta Jacobson of Larned; one brother, Alex, WaKeeney; five sisters, Amelia Mai, Olinda Berschauer, Katie Billinger and Alma Nemechek, all of WaKeeney, and Eva Herrman, Denver, CO; 14 grandchildren. . Burial will be in WaKeeney City Cemetery.

FLAGER, Myrtle - See Myrtle Reeder

b. 2 Jun 1916 - Mountain Lake, Minnesota
d. 17 May 2004 - Hillsboro, Kansas
From Salina Journal - Thursday, May 20, 2004, Hillsboro Star Journal - Thursday, May 20, 2004
Son of Peter and Justina (Wall) Flaming. On Oct. 3, 1939, he married Linda Ann CLAASSEN at Hillsboro. She died in 2000. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; a brother, Willard Flaming; and two stepbrothers, Elbert and John Franz. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Dale and Priscilla Flaming of San Francisco, Calif., and Paul and Beatrice Flaming of Minneapolis, Minn.; two daughters and sons-in-law, Ruth and David Klaassen of Minneapolis, Minn., and Beth and Kevin Olson of St. Louis, Mo.; a stepbrother, Robert Franz; three stepsisters, Maria Jost, Rubena Suderman, and Margaret Ratzlaff; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Burial will be in Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Cemetery.

b. 27 May 1937 - Goessel, Kansas
d. 21 Nov 2003 - Wichita, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, November 22, 2003, Newton Kansan - Sunday, November 23,2003
Daughter of Sam J. and Agnes Hiebert Flaming. On May 6, 1960, she married Kenneth W. SCHMIDT. He survives. Other survivors include: two daughters, Loretta Schmidt, Newton, and Karen Borrego, Evans, Colo.; four brothers, Jim Flaming, Hillsboro, Ed Flaming, Durham, Ray Flaming, Crater Lake, Ore., and Orville Flaming, Weatherford, Okla.; a sister, Rose Voth, Buffalo Mills, Pa.; and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a brother, Roy Flaming; and two sisters, Edna Flaming and Mary Ann Janzen. Burial will be in Tabor Mennonite Cemetery, near Goessel.

FLAMING, Frances Mae
b. 2 Oct 1918 - Lehigh, Kansas
d. 10 Jul 2004 - Newton, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, July 13, 2004
Daughter of Henry David and Agnes Wiebe Flaming. On Oct. 11, 1941, she married Victor HEIN at Hillsboro. He preceded her in death. On Feb. 10, 1980, she married Ted ROTH at Hutchinson. He preceded her in death. Survivors include: two sons, Wilbur Hein, Newton, and Kenneth R. Hein, Moundridge; three daughters, Victoria Akers, Wichita, Sandy Halling, Bucklin, and Juanita Miller, Newton; a brother, Waldo Flaming, Reedley, Calif.; a sister, Wilma Epp, Hillsboro; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Ernest Henry, Pete and Jake Flaming; and seven sisters, Sarah Foster, Elizabeth Janzen, Erna Schmidt, Elfrieda Zehr, El Nora Wenger, Adiena Stansbury, and Annie Mack. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Newton.

FLAMING, JoAnn - See JoAnn Bartel

FLAMING, Lydia H. - See Lydia H. Janzen

b. 24 Mar 1922 - Marion County, Kansas
d. 4 Jul 2006 - Goessel, Kansas
From Hillsboro Star Journal - July 12, 2006
Daughter of John and Anna (Brandt) Flaming. On April 26, 1946, she married Eldon GOERTZEN at Goessel. She was preceded in death by her husband and nine brothers and sisters. Survivors include a son, Stanley Goertzen of Walton; daughter Brenda Buller of Hillsboro; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Burial was in Tabor Church Cemetery

FLATH, Katharina Margaretha
b. 18 Mar 1839 - Frank, Volga
d. 10 Jan 1925 - Walla Walla, Washington
From Heritage Review - 29 March 1999 - DFP 24 Feb 1925 Nr2646
Buried 13 January 1925, Walla Walla, Washington. Married Konrad SCHAUB in 1857. 10 children (5 sons, 5 daughters). Survivors: 1 son, George (Walla, Walla, Washington), 4 daughters. Immigrated 1862 to Brunnental, Wiesenseite, Vollga 1880 Don region 1894 Bohumolaw, Kuban, Caucasus Immigrated April 1901 Walla Walla, Washington

FLATH, Maria Katharina
b. 8 Dec 1882 - Brunnental, Samara
d. 26 Jul 1923 -Hastings, Nebraskas
From Heritage Review - 28 January 1998
Married Jakob BREHM. Survivors: husband, 2 sons, 3 daughters. Immigrated January 1913, Hastings, Nebraska

FLAX, Catherine Marie
b. 11 April 1917 - Trego County, Kansas
d. 14 Oct 2003 - Ellis, Kansas
From Salina Journal - Thursday, October 16, 2003
Born to Ignatz and Elizabeth (Weber) Flax. She married Fred DINKEL on Sept. 13, 1938, in Ellis. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred; an infant son, Fred Jr.; a daughter, Bernice Ann Dinkel; a sister, Rosie Berens; an infant brother; three grandchildren, Daren James Dinkel, Darrell Joseph Dinkel and Gregg Haver; a great-grandson, Clayton Andrew Dinkel; a grandson-in-law, Randy Staude; and a daughter-in-law, Lou Ann (Fisher) Dinkel. Survivors include seven sons, Harold, Freddy, Steven, Chester and Mike, all of Ellis, Henry of Sharon Springs and Edward of Assaria; seven daughters, Virginia Weigel of Eufaula, Okla., Marilyn Denning of Colby, Helen Fischer, Vera Haver and Marjorie Mickelson, all of Ellis, Bernadette Dinkel of the home in Ellis and Kathleen Willey of Belle Plaine; five sisters, Anna Geist of WaKeeney, Regina Schuster, Mary Schuster and Bertha Riedel, all of Ellis, and Ida Mae Windholz of Ogallah. Burial will be in St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery.

FLAX, Martina - See Martina Unrein

FLEGLER, Albert C.
b. 30 Jul 1918 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 31 Mar 1991 - Wichita, Kansas
From Frieda Karst Collection*
He married Anne LARDIERE in 1948 at Russell. Survivors include his wife of the home; one daughter, Sandra Swick of Salina; one sister, Fern Fuller of Hays; three grandchildren; and one gt. grandchild. Burial in the Russell Cemetery.

b. 12 Oct 1897 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 9 May 1977 - Hays, Kansas
He married Martha DEINES on October 28, 1917, near Russell. She died in December, 1976. Survivors include: sons: Albert, Russell; Benhardt, Cedar City, Utah; Luther, El Dorado; daughter: Mrs. Fern Wilhelm, Hoisington; sisters: Mrs. Martha Ruyon, Colorado Springs, C0; Mrs. Caroline Schwartz, Russell; Mrs. Esther Barnes, Wichita.

b. 12 Oct 1897 - Russell, Kansas
d. 9 May 1977 - Hays, Kansas
From funeral card
Son of Jacob and Mary Elizabeth (Bangert) Flegler. He was united in marriage on Oct. 28, 1917, to Martha DEINES in the Bender Hill Methodist Church. This union was blessed with four children, all whom survive him. The precious membories will long be treasured and remembered by his children: Albert, Russell; Bernhardt, Cedar City, UT; Luther, El Dorado; and Mrs. Fern Wilhelm, Hoisington; sisters: Mrs. Martha Runyan, Colorado Springs, CO; Mrs. Caroline Schwartz, Russell; and Mrs. Esther Barnes, Wichita; eight grandchildren and eighter great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Martha, in 1976, and by one sister and five brothers.
Clergy: Rev. Richard Robbins & Rev. Russell J. Gotschall of Hoisington assisting. Organist: Mrs. Eva Michaelis - Soloist: Mr. Ed Sewell Music: "How Great Thou Art" and "The Old Rugged Cross". Casket Bearers: Gary Flegler, Melvin Flegler, Steve Wilhelm, Edgar Deines, Robert Poe, and Larry Dumler. Interment: Russell City Cemetery - Russell, KS

FLEGLER, Caroline
b. 5 Jan 1908, Russell County
d. 12 Jun 1996, Victoria
From Newspaper Clipping
Daughter of Jacob and Mary Bangert Flegler. She married Jacob SCHWARTZ, Jr. at Bender Hill. He died August 9, 1957. Survivors: son, Mark; daughter, Marie Hogan; sisters, Martha Runyon, Colorado Springs, Colo; Esther Barnes, Russell.

FLEGLER, Clarence Victor
b. 24 Aug 1925 - Russell, Kansas
d. 13 Feb 2006 - Russell, Kansas
From Great Bend (Kan) Tribune - February 15, 2006
Son of Jacob and Hannah (Deines) Flegler. He married Gertrude MADDEN on Jan. 28, 1951, in rural Russell. Survivors include his wife, of the home; one son, Bob Flegler of Minneapolis; one daughter, Mitzi Harrison of Lindsborg; one brother, Vernon Dean Flegler of Russell; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Nancy Jo; and one sister, Dora Lee Miller. Burial will be at Trinity Bender Hill Lutheran Cemetery in rural Russell.

FLEGER, Elizabeth
B. 25 Apr 1900 - Russell, Kansas
D. 22 Aug 1967 - El Dorado, Kansas
Daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Bangert) Fleger. Married Frederick William DeWALD April 22,1923. Five children - all survive. He died May 19, 1954. Survivors: daughters: Lillian Roberts, Ness City; Mrs. Shirley Chism, ElDorado, Mrs. Virginia Coltran, San Fancisco, CA; Mrs. Willmetta Sealock, Tipp City Okla.; Lt. DeAnna DeWald, Oxnard Air force Base, CA; brother: Alex Flegler, Russell; sisters Mrs. Caroline Schwartz, Russell; Mrs. Esther Barnes, Wichita; Mrs. Martha Runyan, Colorado Springs, Colo. Burial Lutheran Cemetery, Milberger.

FLEGLER, Elsie Esther - See Elsie Esther Nuss

FLEGLER, Hannah Justine - See Hannah Justine Deines

FLEGLER, Jacob, Sr.
b. 30 Apr 1870, Tittel, Russia
d. 1 Feb 1952 - Bender Hill, Kansas
From Newspaper Clipping
Son of Andrew and Katherine Flegler (nee Hoffman). At the age of 2 years came to this country with his parents.  He worked a short time in Colorado, moving to Russell Kansas, September 1951. He married Miss Mary Elizabeth BANGERT April 15, 1895. Ten children, 2 preceded him. Besides his wife, he is survived by Alex, Jacob, Jr., Andrew, Leslie, Mrs. Caroline Schwartz, Mrs. Martha Runyon, all Russell; Mrs. Elizabeth DeWald, Otis; Mrs. Easter Barnes, Wichita.

b. 31 Aug 1910, Menlo
d. 4 Dec 1987, Hutchinson
From Huthinson News (KS) - Sunday, December 6, 1987
He married Ethel INGLES May 19, 1935, in Enid, Okla. Survivors: wife; daughter, Nadine White; son, James Fleming; sisters, Doris Akers, Apache Junction, Ariz., Allene Bigelow, Oronoco, Minn.

FLEMING, Verna M. - See Albert E. and Verna M. Riffel

b. 30 Jul 1914 - Napoleon, North Dakota
d. 29 Jun 2004 - Walla Walla, Washington
From Walla Walla Union Bulletin, Walla Walla, WA - 30 June 2004
Burial at Mount Hope Cemetery, College Place. Born to Christian and Rosina Voegele Flemmer. On Nov. 3, 1935, he and LEA GRAF married in Napoleon, N.D. Survivors include his wife, at home; six daughters, Hilda McClure, Lorraine Ferguson and Karen Flemmer, all of College Place; Elsie Flemmer of Sacramento, Calif., Gladys Barnes of Hanford, Calif., and Sharon Welch of Kansas City, Kan.; three sons, Clarence Flemmer of Sioux Falls, S.D., Elmer Flemmer of San Antonio, Texas, and Harry Flemmer of College Place; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grand-children. He was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Carl Flemmer; and four sisters, Rose Flemmer and Katie Rueb and two in infancy.

b. 12 Mar 1910 - Kingman County, Kansas
d. 1 Aug 2003 - Moundridge, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, August 3, 2003
Daughter of John Flickinger and Mary Vogt. On Jan. 27, 1961, she married Peter J. C. GEHRING at Moundridge. He died Sept. 12, 1968. Survivors include: four stepsons, Marlo P. and Robert P., both of Moundridge, Kenneth P., Burrton, and Leroy P., Buhler; two stepdaughters, Leona Wall, Buhler, and Marlene Thode, Hutchinson; 19 step-grandchildren; 21 step-great-grandchildren; and four step-great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a stepson, Floyd; four brothers, Walter, Fred, Richard and Herb Flickinger; and two sisters, Ida Stucky and Della Stucky. Graveside service will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday in Eden Church Cemetery, rural Moundridge.

FLICKINGER, Della Gretchen
b. abt 1919
d. 21 Aug 2006 - McPherson, Kansas
From Wichita Eagle - Monday, August 21, 2006
Survivors: daughter, Bonnie (Ronald) Peterson of North Carolina; sons, Ronald (Carol) of Mulvane, Max (Darla) of McPherson; six grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; sister, Verda Horn of McPherson.

b. 16 Dec 1919 - Pretty Prairie, Kansas
d. 27 Jun 2005 - Pretty Prairie, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Son of Amos J. and Ida Graber Flickinger. On Sept. 3, 1950, he married Veda Mae KREHBIEL at Pretty Prairie. She survives. Other survivors include: three sons, Gordon, Arlington, Randy, Hutchinson, and Neal, Pretty Prairie; three daughters, Chris Krehbiel and Jacki Barton, both of Pretty Prairie, and Pam Sasse, Hutchinson; five brothers, Homer, Monroe, Wash., Melvin, Pretty Prairie, Calvin, Phoenix, Chet, Denver, and Ted, Hutchinson; a sister, Maryann Bonebrake, Hiawatha; 13 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Tracy; and a brother, Virgil. Burial will be in the church cemetery, Pretty Prairie.

b. 3 May 1905 - Murdock, Kansas
d. 5 Dec 2003 - South Hutchinson, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, December 7, 2003
Daughter of Jacob A. and Frances Sutter Flickinger. On Sept. 8, 1929, she married ARTHUR PLENERT. He died Oct. 7, 1983. Survivors include: a son, Jerry, Rome, N.Y.; a daughter, Joyce Boughner, Eureka. She was preceded in death by: three brothers, Jake, Jonas and Eli Flickinger; and four sisters, Carrie Fairchild, Emma Voth, Mary Stuckey and Anna Albright. Burial in Fairlawn Burial Park, Hutchinson.

b. 12 Nov 1952 - Pretty Prairie, Kansas
d. 7 Jul 2005 - Hutchinson, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, July 9, 2005
Son of Elmer and Veda Mae Krehbiel Flickinger. Survivors include: two sons, Tyler Flickinger, Wichita, and Don Conley III, Galveston, Texas; a daughter, Jennifer Swift, Andale; his mother, Veda, Pretty Prairie; two brothers, Randy, Hutchinson, and Neal, Pretty Prairie; three sisters, Chris Krehbiel, and Jacki Barton, both of Pretty Prairie, and Pam Sasse, Hutchinson; and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Elmer, and a brother, Tracy Flickinger. NOTE: The father, Elmer Flickinger passed away June 27, 2005.

b. 22 Mar 1899 - Reno County, Kansas
d. 7 Feb 2003 - Hutchinson, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, February 8, 2003
Daughter of John and Elizabeth Zimmerman Flickinger. Survivors include: four nephews; and five nieces. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Joe, Edward and William Flickinger; and a sister, Sarah Alber.. Burial will be in Sterling Evangelical Bible Church Cemetery, Sterling.

b. 19 Oct 1921 - Kingman County, Kansas
d. 25 Apr 20094 - McPherson, Kansas
From Salina Journal - Tuesday, April 27, 2004
Her husband, David (GOERING) , died in 2002. Survivors include a son, Duane of McPherson; a daughter, Diane Houchen of McPherson; a sister, Orpha Krehbiel of Kingman; and two grandchildren. A graveside service in Kingman Mennonite Church Cemetery, rural Kingman.

b. 4 Sep 1923 - Kingman County, Kansas
d. 6 Mar 2007 - Kingman, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, March 8, 2007
She was born Sept. 4, 1923, in Kingman County, the daughter of John and Emma Voth Flickner Jr. On Aug. 23, 1942, she married Marvin L. KREHBIEL in Kingman. He died Aug. 19, 2001. Survivors include: a son, Jeff and his wife, Betty, Wichita; a daughter, Peggy, Wichita; a stepbrother, Gil Krehbiel, Kingman; stepsister Bertha Potter, Harper; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter Sue Dame; two brothers, Ray and Junior Flickner; a sister, Opal Goering; two stepbrothers, Marvin and Pete Krehbiel; and a great-grandchild, Shelby Dame. Burial in Kingman Mennonite Cemetery.

FLOER, Esther C.
b. 27 Sep 1911 - Marquette, Kansas
d. 29 Nov 2006 - Larned, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, December 2, 2006
She was born September 27, 1911, in Marquette, Kan., to Ben and Anna Floer. She married Eben BERG in Marquette on March 25, 1933. He died in 1950. On January 6, 1963, she married William JOST in Raton, New Mexico. He died August 3, 1996. She was preceded in death by a son, Jay Dee Berg, and daughter-in-law, Bonnie Berg; a great-grandson, Brandon Jay; five sisters; and one brother. She is survived by one daughter, Carolyn and husband, John Haas, Larned; grandchildren, Eric Berg, and wife, Ann, and daughters, Kalyie, Lily, and Emily, Lincoln, Neb., Kristina Berg and son Dustin, Loveland, Colo., Charles Haas, wife Tammy, and children, Macy and Ethan, Larned, Kista Holt and husband Kevin, and children, Kathryn and Abigail, Olathe; a sister, Annabelle Lindstedt, and sister-in-law, Wilma Floer, both of Marquette; one stepdaughter, Marlene "Boots" Hedberg, Marquette; and two stepsons, Dale Jost, Garden City, and Gary Jost, Pawnee Rock. Burial in Marquette Lutheran Cemetery.

FLOHR, Rosina
b 28 Nov 1893 Ksharkia, Russia
d 4 May 1978 Eventide of Greeley CO
Born to m George WOLF 1915 Eureka SD dsd 1918
m William SCHULZ 14 Jun 1919 Eureka dcd 1967; m Wm FLOHR 22 Dec 1956 Greeley dcd 1971. USA 1903 to NDakota 1916 SoDakota farm; Kansas, Greeley1948. Eventide since Aug 1975. Survivors 2sons Ruben SCHULZ of Gila Bend AZ, Ben SCHULZ Vancouver WA; stepson, Adam SCHULZ Vancouver; three daugh Mrs Bill (IdaWOLF) Isernhagen Fort Collins, Mrs Adam (EmmaWOLF) BRUNTZ of Evans, Mrs Oliver (Clara SCHULZ) KNAUB of LaSalle; 4 stepdau Lydia MILLER of Loveland, Emma SCHRITTER of Burlington, Christina BENTZ and Amelia GAUB of Waashington, 13 grandchildren; two children deceased. Sunset Memorial Gardens.

FLOHR, Rosina Wolf Schulz - See Rosina Berringer

FOGARTY, Dorothy Jean - See Dorothy Jean Hieber

FOGEL, Hannah Marguerite - See Hannah Marguerite Batt

FOOS, Adam
b. 12 Feb 1887 Friedenfeld, Russia
d. 21 Apr 1967 Portland, , Oregon
Son of Friederich Foos and his wife Maria Elisabeth. He arrived in this country in 1907 and his first home was Russell, Kansas where he married Christina SCHAFER in 1909. Survivors include his wife and 3 sons.

FOOS, Alex
b. 5 Nov 1909, Dittel, Russia
d. 20 Feb 1990, Billings, Montana
Son of Henry and Mary Foos. He immigrated to North America in 1912, arriving in Halifax, Canada with his mother, two sisters and two brothers. A sister and a brother remained in Russia. He was the last suriving member of the original family from Russia. On December 3, 1933, he married Hilda FRICK in Windsor, CO. She preceded him in death in January of 1970. Survivors include four sons, Gerald, Kenneth, Albert and Alex; two daughters, Mrs. Jeff (Sandra) Dietz and Malvena Althoff.

FOOS, Andrew
b. 25 Dec 1860, Dittel, Russia
d. 27 May 1940
In 1886 he gave his hand in marriage to Elisabeth HETTINGER. They had 13 children, 6 of whom preceded them into eternity. They came to America in 1901 and first lived in Hillsboro, Kansas. Elizabeth died on August 4, 1919. In 1928 he entered a second marriage to Maria RUTZ (or Nutz?). He leaves behind to mourn his passing 5 sons and 2 daughters.

FOOS, Andrew
b. 19 Jan 1891, Dittle, Russia
d. 15 Dec 1970
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Foos. He married Anna Marie SPAEDT, in Garden City on March 16, 1913. Surviving are the widow; five sons, Donald A., Theodore, , Herman, John, and William; five daughters, Mrs. Lincoln King, Mrs. Pauline King, Mrs. Irene Night, Mrs. William Caylor, and Ruth Gault; a brother, George, Tacoma, Wash.; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Karst, Mrs. George Krug, and Mrs. Jake Besel.

FOOS, Bertha - See Bertha Rein

FOOS, Bertha
Family from Friedenfeld, Russia
b. 25 Feb 1909 - Hoisington, Kansas
d. 23 Jan 1991 -Dighton, Kansas
From Newspaper Clipping
She married Leo E. KRUG May 24, 1930 in Bazine. He died June 1, 1984. Survivors include one son, Duane of Vienna, Va,; two sisters, Eva Schamaun of Great Bend and Charlotte Stieben of Gundelscheim, West Germany; and two grandchildren. Burial will be at Dighton Memorial Cemetery, Dighton.
NOTE: Bertha was the daughter of Jacob S. and Charlotte Klein Foos.

FOOS, Beulah L. - See Beulah L. Staley

FOOS, Catherine
b. 21 Oct 1896, Saratov, Russia
d. 29 Sep 1984, Fort Morgan, Colorado
Her maiden name is unknown. She came from Russia to Brush when 17 years of age. On July 23, 1912, she was married to David FOOS at Brush. He died Sept. 30, 1967. She is survived by seven daughters: Elaine Lewis of Lakewood, Mary Good of Fort Morgan, Frieda Nichol of Greeley, Ruth Christensen of Yuma, Ariz., Helen Pinyon of Abuquerque, N.M., Etterene Burgardt of Chicago, Ill., and Jacque Heim of Colorado Springs

FOOS, David
b. 10 Dec 1877, Dietel, Russia
d. 4 Jun 1950, Colorado
In 1906 he came to America, and in the following year married Miss Katharine BORGENS of Loveland, Colorado. He leaves behind his wife, one brother, Jakob Foos in Scottsbluff, Nebr.

FOOS, David
b. 1 Oct 1892 Saratov, Volga, Russia
d. 30 Sep 1967, Ft. Morgan, CO

FOOS, Elizabeth - See Elizabeth Giskie

FOOS, Elsie
b. 3 Nov 1915 - Worden, Montana
d. 20 Nov 2006 - Billings, Montana
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 22 Nov 2006
Elsie was born on Nov. 3, 1915, in Worden, a daughter of David and Amelia (Rau) Foos. On Feb. 23, 1932, she married John KEIL. She was preceded in death by her husband John in 1999; her parents; a daughter, Marlene in 1940; two sisters, Lydia Harmon and Lilly Krum; and a brother, Bill Foos. Survivors include two daughters, Donna Nevin (wife of the late Bob Nevin) and Carol Holmes and her husband Warren; two sons, Eugene Keil and his wife Deanna, and James Keil and his wife Lynne; three sisters, Freida Geffre and husband Val, Esther Ostermiller (wife of the late Pete Ostermiller) and Marie Ostermiller (wife of the late John Ostermiller). Elsie also has 13 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandson.Interment at the Pleasantview Cemetery.

FOOS, Emma Ida Lydia - See Emma Ida Lydia Langholz

FOOS, Floyd E.
b. 13 Sep 1931 - Bazine, Kansas
d, 16 May 2006 - Hays, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, May 18, 2006
Son of Henry J. and Elizabeth Koch Foos. On June 17, 1951, he married Enid WALTER in Bazine. She survives. Other survivors include: two daughters, Renee Braun, Ness City, and Tamera Pearson-Redfield, Lincoln, Neb.; two sisters, Helen Schaben, Ness City, and Alberta Douglas, Great Bend; a brother, Clarence Foos, Bazine; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, Leonard Foos. Burial will be in the Ness City Cemetery.

FOOS, Franklin D.
b. abt 1942
d. 23 Feb 2006 - Lincoln, Nebraska
From Lincoln Journal Star - February 26, 2006

FOOS, Fred F.
b. 15 Aug 1900, Russia
d. 12 Nov 1964
Immigrated to Colorado in 1906. Mr. Foos married Jessie WILSON May 31, 1931, at LaCrosse. He is survived by the widow; sons, Jack W. and Frederick A; brothers, George, LaCrosse; Adam, Rocky Ford, Colo.; Sam and Reinhold, both of Wichita; sisters, Mrs. Fred Grose, Bazine; Mrs. John B. Foos, LaCrosse; Mrs. Paul Hartman, Boulder, Colo.

FOOS, Fred G.
b. 24 Dec 1877, Merkel, Russia
d. 2 Jan 1952, LaCrosse, Colorado
Married Lizzie KLEIN on November 28, 1897. The couple came to the States in 1900. Survivors include the widow; a daughter, Mrs. Rex Ferguson.

FOOS, Freda
b. 10 Jul 1915 - Evans, Colorado
d. 22 Jun 1995 - Russell, Kansas
From Frieda Karst Collection
Her parents were Henry and Elizabeth (Hilderman) Foos. She married Eddie FRITZLER Dec. 24, 1939, in Windsor, Colo. Survivors include her husband, Eddie Fritzler, of the home in Russell; one son, Geary, Russell; and two grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Elizabeth Templing of Russell. Burial in the St. John Lutheran Cemetery.

FOOS, Freda
b. 13 Oct 1920- Sedgwick, Colorado
d. 15 Dec 2006 - Brush, Colorado
From Obituaries -Herr and Jollife Mortuary, Fort Morgan, Colorado - 12-16-2006
She was born October 13, 1920, in Sedgwick, CO to George and Mary Foos. Freda married Dave LOOSE in Kimball, NE. Survivors include her husband, Dave of Brush; 4 children, Gloria Garner, and her husband, Don of Minitare, NE, Larry, and his wife, Denise, and John all of Fort Morgan, and Becky Yearous, and her husband, Jim, of Potter, NE; 4 grandchildren, Robbie Loose and his family of Wellington, CO, Lonnie Loose and his family of Fort Morgan, Marty Yearous and his family of Potter, NE, and Tommy Yearous of Westminster, CO; and 8 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by 9 brothers and 1 sister, and her parents. Interment in Memory Gardens

FOOS, Frederich
b. 21 Jun 1886, Merkel, Russia
d. 27 Jun 1962
Son of Frederich Foos and wife. In 1907 he immigrated to Kansas, and later moved to Fort Collins, Colo. In 1914 he married Kartherine GOMER of Windsor, Colordo. One son and one daughter preceded him in death. He is survived by his widow; two sons; one daughter.

FOOS, George, Jr.
b. 8 Mar 1902, Freidenfeld, Russia
d. 15 Feb 1970, Colorado
Son of the late George G. and Eva Foos. He was married to Nora BOTT June 19, 1943 at LaCrosse. There were no children in the home but two of their nieces Ann Lee Margheim and Lilah Ruth Hallett were in their home for quite sometime. At the age of four years, he with his parents and brother Fred, migrated to the United States. Survivors include the widow, Nora; brothers Adam, Rocky Ford, Colo.; Sam, Slideil, LA; and Reinhold, Wichita; Sisters, Mrs. Fred (Martha) Gross, Bazine; Mrs. John (Ester) Foos, LaCrosse and Mrs. Paul (Nima) Hartman, Boulder, Colo.

FOOS, George
b. 5 Aug 1877, Friedenfeld, Russia
d. 28 Nov 1947, LaCrosse, Kansas
From Newspaper Clipping
He came (to the US) with his mother when he was 8 years old. He was united in marriage to Katherine SCHWINDT of Bison on August 4, 1901. He leaves his wife, two sons, Herbert of Bison and Raymond of Wichita, and four daughters, Mrs. Fred Erni of Kansas City, Kansas, Mrs. W. L. Benton of Wichita, Mrs. Henry Reichel and Mrs. Alvin Ochs of Bison. He also leaves a brother, Fred Foos of LaCrosse, a half-brother, Ben F. Strecker of Hutchinson.

FOOS, George
b. abt 1904, Russia
d. Jun 1977, Sidney, Neb. area
Mr. Foos to the United States at one year of age. He is survived by his wife, the former Hazel GERMER of Chappell, one sister, Freda Loose of Fort Morgan; five brothers, Jake of Fort Morgan, Reuben of Alamosa, Colo., Edward of Eric, Colo; Fred of Denver; and Henry of Yoder, Wyo.

FOOS, George G., Jr.
b. 5 Aug 1864, Merkel, Russia
d. 19 Aug 1926, Bazine, Kansas
In 1883 he married Miss Marie Elizabeth KLEIN. To this union were born ten children of whom five preceded him in death. In the year 1901 he brought his family to America. In addition to his wife, he is survived by one son and four daughters.

FOOS, Hannah
b. 8 Feb. 1908 - Bison, Kansas
d. 27 Oct 2005 - Great Bend, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, October 30, 2005, Great Bend Tribune - November 1, 2005
Daughter of George Henry and Elizabeth Margheim Foos. She was the ninth of 11 children, four of whom died in infancy. On Sept. 14, 1929, she married Emil H. SCHENKEL in Ness City. He died March 1, 1945. Survivors include one son, Ray Schenkel and wife Ann of Great Bend; two grandsons, Scott and wife Leilani Schenkel, and Todd and wife Michelle Schenkel; four great-grandchildren, Evan Schenkel, Cory Schenkel, Taylor Schenkel and Tate Schenkel. She was preceded in death by three brothers, William Foos, John Foos, and Sam Foos; and three sisters, Kate Rein, Ethel Kerbs and Martha Filbert. Burial will be in Great Bend Cemetery.

FOOS, Helen - See Helen Scheuerman

FOOS, Helen Southworth - See Helen Ostwalt

FOOS, Henry
b. 15 Jan 1896, Friedenfeldt, Russia
d. 8 Apr 1963, Russell, Kansas
One of 12 children was born to Jacob and Elizabeth Foos, nee Rein. In 1907 the family came to America. He married Amelia LORENZ at Bazine, Kanas. To remember and cherish his acts and deeds are his wife, Amelia; a son, Clarence and wife Tina. Also the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Elizabeth (J.J.) Strecker, Mrs. Martha (Jake) Strecker, both of Russell; John and Jacob Foos, Russell; Mrs. Charlotte (Jake) Hemel, Dighton, Kansas; Mrs. Eva (John) Voos, Great Bend, Kansas; Mrs. Ida (Dave) Galyardt, San Diego, Calif.; and Raymond Voos of Kimball, Neb. His parents and other brothers and sisters preceded him in death.

FOOS, Henry, Sr.
b. 2 Mar 1869, Friedenfeld, Russia
d. 5 Nov 1929, Great Bend, Kansas
He was married to Sophia E. KNISZ on June 9, 1899. To this union were born eight children, three daughters and five sons. The three daughters died in childhood. Mr. Foos came to America at the age of 17. He is survived by his wife, five sons, Henry, Jr., and Ferdinand of near Bazine, and Elmer, Edwin, and Benjamin of the home; seven grandchildren; children of Henry Jr., and Ferdinand Foos. Three brothers, George and Fred Foos of Bison, and John Foos of Bazine one half-brother, Ben Strecker of Russell. Two sisters, Mrs. Nick Schwindt, of Leoti, and Mrs. J. J. Deines, of Kansas City Mo.

FOOS, Henry G.
b. 31 Jan 1899, Merkel, Russia
d. 30 Dec 1976, Hays, Kansas
He married Mollie KNAUB December 5, 1923 at Bazine. Survivors include widow; sons: Willard, Wheatridge,Colo.; Harold, Lakewood, Colo.;Harrison, Bazine.

FOOS, Henry J.
b. 13 Dec 1867, Friedenfeld, Russia
d. 9 Jan 1941, Bison, Kansas
He came to America in 1886. He married Miss Elizabeth GILLIG. To this union were born ten children, one daughter having preceded her father in death. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Jess Hopkins,Bison; ZMrs. Ella Schwindt of Utica; and Mrs. Lovina Appel of Bison; six sons, Hrry H. of Gove; Willilam, Clarence, Pete, Eddie, and Clifford, all of Bison; 24 grandchildren, and four brothers, George, Jake, and John, all of Medford, Okla., and Phillip of Garfield.

FOOS, Henry J.
b. 27 Mar 1901, Freidenfeldt, Russia
d. 1 Aug 1979, Bazine, Kansas
Parents were John and Katie Foos. He came with his Mother and Father and family from Russia October 3, 1906. On April 12, 1924, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth KOCH at Bazine, Kansas. To this union five children were born. Henry will be missed by his wife; two sons, Floyd and Clarence; two daughters, Mrs. Melford (Helen) Schaben and Mrs. Max (Alberta); and one son, Leonard, who preceded him in death at the age of eight; two sisters, Katie Stieben and Bertha Helwig of Bazine. His parents, one step-sister, Katie Schwartzkopf, one sister, Marie Karst, two brothers, John and Phillip have preceded him in death.

FOOS, Henry P.
b. 22 Sep 1891, Freidenfelt, Russia
d. 30 Apr 1983, Garden City, Kansas
He married Eva SCHRADER July 26, 1914, at Bazine. She died June 21, 1972. Survivors: daughters, Violet Kettler and Fern Frank; brother, George, Russell; sisters, Ruth Parker, Hugoton; Irene Barrett, Fullerton, Calif

FOOS, Henry Jacob
b. 15 Jan 1896 Friedenfeldt, Russia
d. 8 Apr 1963 Russell, Kansas
One of 12 children born to Jacob and Elizabeth Foos, nee Rein. In 1907 the family immigrated to Russell County. On September 8, 1918, he was united in marriage to Amelia LORENZ at Bazine, Kansas. Survivors are his wife, Amelia, a son Clarence and wife Tina; brothers and sisters: Mrs. Elizabeth (J. J.) Strecker, Mrs. Martha (Jake) Strecker, both of Russell; Mrs. Charlotte (Jake) Hemel, Dighton, Kansas; Mrs. Eva (John) Voos, Great Bend, Kansas, Mrs. Ida (Dave) Galyardt, San Diego, Calif.; and Raymond Voss of Kimball, Nebr. His parents and other brothers and sisters preceded him in death.

b. 1845, Russia
d. 5 Sep 1928 at his home
He emigrated to America in 1886. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. W. C. Reinhardt, of Bison, Kansas; and five sons, Jake, George and John of Medford, Henry Foos of Bison, Kansas and P. H. Foos of Garfield, Kansas.

FOOS, Jacob
b. 1 Dec 1879, Dittel, Russia
d. 16 Dec 1963
In 1904, he emigrated to America. In 1913 he married his now mourning wife, Elisabeth REICHERT. Their union was blessed with six children, who all survive their father. Those surviving him are his widow; sons, George, Henry, and Victor, all in Denver; 2 daughters: Mrs. David (Bertha) Metzler of South Gate, Calif., and Mrs. Alfred (Frieda) Meyer of Ft. Collins.

FOOS, Jacob
b. 25 Mar 1892, Merkel, Russia
d. 15 Jul 1976, Scottsbluff, Neb.
He came with his family to the United States in 1913. Survivors include his widow, Mollie (HAUFF) of Scottsbluff; son, Harold of Minatare and daughter, Mrs. Elsie Hessler of Oakley, Calif.

FOOS, John B.
b. 1 Mar 1912 - Sugar City, Colorado
d. 20 Jul 2005 - Great Bend, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, July 21, 2005, Great Bend Tribune - July 21, 2005
Son of John and Dollie Schwein Foos. He married Esther FOOS at Bazine. She died in 1992. Survivors include: a son, John A. Foos, Great Bend; a daughter, Darlene Delaney, and husband, Clayton "Jake," Great Bend; a brother, Albert Foos, Brighton, Colo.; three sisters, Martha Shaw, Fort Wayne, Ind., Gladys Waggoner, Denver, and Josephine Petsch, Trinidad, Colo.; two grandchildren, Dan Delaney and Sherlyn Roberts; and four great-grandchildren, Lindsay Schartz, Clay Delaney, Matt Harbaugh and Mark Harbaugh. He was preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters. Graveside service in Bazine Cemetery, Bazine.

FOOS, John C.
b. 5 July 1905, Dittle, Russia
d. May 1983, Billings, Montana
Son of Jacob and Mary Foos. He came to the U.S. at the age of 6 with his mother. On Oct. 31, 1927, he married Grace C. CLARK in Melrose Park, Ill. Survivors include his wife; two sons, John C., Jr. and Frank D.; two daughters, Shirely Adams and Mary Alice Berg; a brother, Alex of Columbus; a sister, Millie Hettinger of Sterling, Colo.

FOOS, John P.
b. 29 Nov 1899, Friedenfeldt, Russia
d. 23 Aug 1981, Russell, Kansas
He married Eva VOOS July 7, 1947, at Greeley, Colo. Survivors: widow; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy McGown; Mrs. Betty Burton, Mrs. Fankie Kline, Mrs. Shirley Oretego; brothers, Henry, Garden City; George, Russell; Herman and Emanuel, both of Great Bend; sisters; Mrs. Ruth Parker, Hugoton; Mrs. Irene Barrett, Fullerton, Colo.

FOOS, Jon Michael
b. abt 1955
d. 14 Jan 2001 - Rose Hill, Kansas
From Wichita Eagle - Wednesday, January 17, 2001 Survivors: wife, Kathy; son, Jason; mother, June Schulz; brothers, Terry, Alan; sisters, Debbie Melcher, Denise Miller.

FOOS, Katharina Elisabeth Horst - See Katharina Elisabeth Reichert

FOOS, Katherine - See Katherine Schwindt

Family from Friedenfeld, Russia
b.10 Oct 1925
d. 13 Feb 1999, Wichita, Kansas
Survivors: wife, Fay; son, Blakelee; daughter, Charissa Roots.
Additional Information - Lee Dale Foos and Fay VOTRUBA were married September 12, 1948, in Hays, Kansas. Lee Dale and Fay Foos celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, September 12, 1998. Fay D. Votruba (Foos) is the daughter of Charles and Lydia Heinze Votruba.

FOOS, Letty Marie Dietz - See Letty Marie Anspaugh

FOOS, Lotus - See Lotus Albers

FOOS, Martha Strecker (Voos) See Martha Voos

FOOS, Mollie
b. 7 Jun 1908 - Bazine, Kansas
d. 6 Dec 1994 - Denver, Colorado
Daughter of Phillip and Mollie Foos. She married Julius STENZEL on November 27, 1930 at Brownell. He died October 4, 1992. Survivor: son, Darrell; sisters: Viola Bergqist, Tribune; Elsie Riley, and Lorene Weed, both of Cheyenne Wells, CO.; Dorothy Fromm, Dodge City.

FOOS, Peter
b. 11 Aug 1892, Dittle, Russia
d. 29 Dec 1982, Greeley, Colorado
Parents were Peter and Sophia (Womboldt) Foos. On November 25, 1911, he married Elizabeth MILLER at Dittle. Foos came to the United States from Russia in 1912. Survivors are his wife, Elizabeth of Greeley; a daughter, Mrs. John (Mary) Moore of Cheyenne, Wyo.; three sons, Jacob and Herbert both of Brighton, and Herman of Camas, Wash.

FOOS, Philip P., Jr.
b. 18 Nov 1896, Russia
d. 18 Mar 1972, Great Bend, Kansas
He was born November 18, 1896, in Russia, and married Esther TITTEL in Bazine September 13, 1922. Survivors include the widow; daughters: Mrs. Ronald Broetzmann of Garden City, Mrs. Melba Smith of Great Bend; a son Eugene Foos of Perry; sisters Mrs. Leonard Parker of Hugoton, Mrs. Henry Giskie of Towner, Colo., and Mrs. Harry Barrett of Fullerton, Calif., brothers John, Herman, Henry and Emanuel Foos, all of Great Bend.

FOOS, Phillip
b. 25 Feb 1896, Friedenfeldt, Russia
d. 15 May 1972, Ness City, Kansas
Son of John and Katherine Foos. In September of 1906 he came to America with his parents and brothers and sisters. On August 6, 1919, he was united in marriage to Mary ISHEIM at Durham. To this union one son, Paul, was born. He was preceded in death by both his parents, and his wife and one-half sister. Survivors are his son, Paul, and his wife Shirley; brothers, John of Denver, Colo., an Henry J. of Bazine; sisters, Mrs. Katie Stieben and Mrs. Bertha Helwig of Bazine, Mrs. Alex Karst of Galatia.

FOOS, Philip P., Sr.
b. 22 Apr 1872, Friedensfeld, Russia
d. 28 Mar 1951
Son of Johannes and Marie Katherine Foos. In 1890 he married Eva Elizabeth GROSS. They had two children. His first wife and one child preceded him in death. In 1895 Brother Foos married Charlotte FRIEBOES. The Lord blessed this marriage with twelve children, three of whom preceded the father in death. In 1906 he came to America with his family. Mourning his departure are his widow and ten children: Henry, Philip, John, Herman, Emanuel, George, Mrs. Katie Schneider, Lottie Giskie, Ruth Parker and Irene Dickens.

FOOS, Phillip
b. 26 Jan 1880, Friedenfeldt, Russia
d. 22 Mar 1967, Cheyenne Wells, Colorado
He came to the United States in 1907and married Mollie FOOS in 1906 in Russia. She passed away on November 9, 1931. He married Martha SCHLAGEL in 1947 in Cheyenne Wells. He is survived by the widow, Martha Ann Schlagel Foos; five daughters: Mrs. Julius (Mollie) Stenzel of Brownell, Mrs. Rudolph (Viola) Bergquist of Towner, Colo., Mrs. Earl (Elsie) Riley of Cheyenne Wells, Colo., Mrs. Thurlow (Lorene) Weed of Weskan, and Mrs. Frank (Dorothy) Fromm of Dodge City; four sons: Robert of Towner, Colo., Fred of Weskan, and Reinhold and Theodore of Rush Center; a sister, Mr. Eva Lai of Billings, Mont. Additional information: Also used the spelling of Voos and Fose.

FOOS, Rinault
b. 4 Oct 1913 Sedgwick, CO
d. 23 Dec 1955, Denver, CO

b. 22 Apr 1932 - Minatare, Nebraska
d. 6 Jan 2005 - Melbeta, Nebraska
From Scottsbluff Star Hearld, Scottsbluff, Nebr. - 12 January 2005
Interment will be at Creighton Valley Cemetery in Melbeta. Born, to Jacob and Elizabeth (Weinmeister) Foos in Minatare and grew up on the family farm. His wife Geraldine (Banta) Foos, who preceded him in death in 1991. Robert is survived by his sons, Craig Foos of Yoder, Wyo. and Bradley Foos of Melbeta; father, Jacob Foos of Wel-Life in Scottsbluff; sister, Ruth Antolini of Santa Cruz, Calif.; two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren; and one niece and one nephew. His mother, Elizabeth; son, Bryant; and wife, Geraldine preceded him in death

FOOS, Ruth
b. 13 Jul 1914 - Bazine, Kansas
d. 5 Jan 2003 - Wichita, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News) - January 8, 2003
She was born July 13, 1914, at Bazine, the daughter of Philip and Scharlotte Fresorger Foos. In 1939, she married Austin Leonard PARKER at Leoti. He died Jan. 15, 1973. Survivors include: a son, Phil, Albuquerque, New Mexico; a sister, Irene Dickens, Los Angeles; and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Ronny; six brothers, H.P., Philip, George, John, Herman, and Manuel Foos; and two sisters, Lottie Giskie and Katie Schneider. Burial will be in Hugoton Cemetery, Hugoton.

FOOS, Samuel Herman
b. 21 Oct 1900 - Bison, Kansas
d. 9 Jul 1988
From Newspaper Clipping
He married Anna Katherine EBEL on May 1, 1921, at Otis.She died July 24, 1984. He is survived by one son, Clifford of San Antonio; one sister, Hanna Schenkel of Great Bend; two granddaughters; and two great-granddaughters. Burial will be in the Great Bend Cemetery.
NOTE: Son of George Henry and Elizabeth Margheim Foos.

FOOS, Sylvia A.
b. 1936
d. 15 Oct 2001
From Wichita Eagle - Wednesday, October 17, 2001
Submitted by Rachel E. Smith
HEINRICH, Sylvia A. 65, Cherry Creek Retirement Center bookkeeper, died Monday, Oct. 15, 2001. Service 10 a.m. Friday, Mount Vernon United Methodist Church.
Survivors: sons, Forrest of Hallsville, Mo., Steven of Memphis, Tenn, Gerald of Wichita; daughter, Kathryn Manning of Wichita; mother, Lotus Foos of Wichita; brother Roger Foos of Derby; sister, Gayla Clark of Wichita; 15 grandchildren. Memorial established with Mount Vernon United Methodist Church, 5701 E. Mount Vernon, Wichita 67218. Downing & Lahey Mortuary West.

FOOS, Willard E.
b. 5 Aug 1925 - Bazine, Kansas
d. 28 May 2006 - Fayetteville, Arkansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, June 1, 2006
Son of Jake and Bertha Rein Foos. On Aug. 21, 1949, he married Anne SNIDER FOOS in Council Grove. She survives. Other survivors include: a son, Bob, Webb City; a daughter, Glenda, Webb City; three grandchildren; and two great-granddaughters. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Ronald and Glen. Burial in Healy Cemetery.

FOOSE, Conrad
b. 20 Nov 1879, Frank, Russia
d. 17 Sep 1955
Son of Conrad Foose and Kathrina Margret nee Hofferber. He came to this land as a young man to Greeley, Colo. He married in 1907, Katharina BERNHARDT, who died in 1918. He married a second time in 1923 to Eva WOLF. He leaves to mourn his wife, two sons: Reuben and Reinhold Foose, both at Greeley. Four stepsons: Alex Haffner at Greybull, Wyo, Jacob Haffner a Quincy, Wash. Samuel and both at Greeley, 2 step-daughters: Mrs. Henry Brungard at Cheyenne, Wyo., and Mrs. Martha Greenwood at Greeley; 2 sisters: Mrs. Katharina Hardung at Greeley and Mrs. Anna Held, at Windsor, Colo.

FOOSE, Jacob, Sr.
b. 18 Mar 1882, Frank, Russia
d. 7 Feb 1955, Greeley, Colorado
Son Conrad Foose and Katherina Margaret, nee Hofferber. On January 11, 1905 he was married to Anna Marie, nee BATT. As newlyweds they came to Greeley, Colo. on December 12, 1906, where he resided to his life's end. The Lord bless this marrige with 7 children, who have all survived their father. He leaves behind his wife, his 7 children, Mrs. George Rusch at Ault, Colo., Adolf and Jacob, Jr., both of Eaton, Colo., Walter, Reuben, Daniel and Mrs. Edwin Gehring, al of Greeley; 2 brothers: John and Conrad Foose, both of Greeley; 2 sisters: Mra. Katherina Hartung at Greeley, and Mrs. Anna Held at Windsor, Colo.

FOOSE, Reuben
b. 22 Jan 1917 - Greeley, Colorado
d. 8 Jun 2001 - Greeley, Colorado
From Greeley Tribune, Greeley, Colorado - 8 June 2001
Son of Jacob and Anna Marie (Bott) Foose. On Feb. 4, 1940, he married Esther STUGART in Longmont. Survivors are
his wife of 61 years, Esther Foose of Greeley; two daughters, Beverly Slemons and Sheila Parson; a son, Dennis Foose; a sister, Esther Gehring, and two brothers, Jake Foose and Daniel Foose, all of Greeley; six grandchildren; and two
great-grandchildren. A sister, Mary Rusch, and two brothers, Adolph and Walter Foose, are deceased. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens.

FOOSE, Thomas Jacob
b. 20 May 1999 Goodland, , Kansas
d. 23 May 1999 Goodland, Kansas
Infant son of Bryon and Becky (Poore) Foose. Survivors include his parents, paternal grandparents, Ron and Connie Foose, Stratton; his maternal grandparents, Larry and Barbara Poore, Woodston; his paternal great-grandmother, Rita Vinduska, Stratton; his maternal great grandparents, M. J. and Martha Sullivan, Pratt, and Alvin and Venda Poore, Woodston. He was preceded in death by his great-grandfather, Tom Vinduska.

[Infant] FORD
Hoisington Dispatch -- Thursday, July 17, 1890
[compiler's note: In one issue of this newspaper there was a story of a happy birth but a few inches down the report of the same child's death] Born... to Mrs. J. W. FORD on Sunday, July 13, a ten pound girl. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. FORD died Tuesday morning and was buried that afternoon.

FORD, Naomi N.
b. 18 Oct 1924 - Kingman County, Kansas
d. 6 Mar 2006 - Longmont, Colorado
From Longmont Daily Times Call - Longmont, Colorado - Thursday, March 9, 2006
Inurnment at Fairmont Cemetery in Denver. Born to Jesse and Amy (Lattimore) Ford. She married James F. HEFFELMIRE on Nov. 7, 1952, in Denver. Mrs. Heffelmire was preceded in death by her husband and three sisters, Dolores Gee, Wanda Winger and Shirley Medlin. She is survived by two brothers, Melvin Ford and his wife Rosa Lee and Zeltus Ford and his wife Rue Nell, both of Ulysses; thirteen nieces and nephews; and many great- and great-great-nieces and -nephews

FORD, Susan Elizabeth Klein
b. 28 March 1946
d. 9 May 2006
From Salina Journal, Thursday, May 11, 2006, Hays Daily News - May 10, 2006
Born to Gerald J. and Anna Jean (Marx) Ford. She married Floyd Klein on Dec. 2, 1967, in Hays, Kan. Susie was surrounded by her family and friends this last week and her survivors include her husband, Floyd Klein, of the home; her two sons: Kirk Adam Klein and his wife Janie and their children, Katherine, Alexandra, Brenden, Brianna, Hailey and Hannah, Hays, Kan.; Kevin James Klein and his wife Kay and their children, Courtney and Lucas, Victoria, Kan.; her three daughters: Kristen Elizabeth Gordon and her husband Kevin and their children, Dylan and Abigail, Andale, Kan.; Kerri Marie King and her husband Zachary and their children, Logan and Jackson, Topeka, Kan.; Kendra Ann Kelso and her husband Scott, Overland Park, Kan.; her mother, Anna Jean Ford, Hays, Kan.; and her brother, James E. Ford and his wife Pat, Santa Maria, Calif. She was preceded in death by her father, Gerald F. Ford. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery.

FORREST, Edna, Vogt -  See Edna Thye

FORSTER, Marjorie Marie
b. 1 Oct 1924 - Mount Hope, Kansas
d. 16 Jan 2004 - Cheney, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, January 17, 2004
Daughter of John J. and Mary Ann Hein Forster. On Dec. 11, 1942, she married Vernon M. KRAUS at Wichita. He preceded her in death. Survivors include: a son, Vernon, Cleveland, Tenn.; six daughters, Carol Chilton, Milton, Fla., Sandi Kaltenthaler, California City, Calif., Lynn Rhodes, Searchlight, Nev., Dianne Urban, Liberal, Rise Ewalt, Tulsa, Okla., and Janene Blakley, Mount Hope; a brother, Norbert, Wichita; three sisters, Dolores Ewertz, Mount Hope, Marcia Sprankle, Montrose, Colo., and Dreda Hill, Tuscon, Ariz. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Andale.

FORSTER, Viola K. Gross - See Viola K. Brack

FORTNEY, Georgia - See Georgia Ehrlich

FOSE, Alma E.
b. 27 Dec 1903 - Russell, Kansas
d. 17 Nov 1989 - Russell, Kansas
From Information Furnished
She married Wendell ATHERTON June 30, 1925 at Russell. Survivors: husband of the home; daughter Patricia Holland, Russell; sister Rae Ellen Patterson, Atherton, Calif.; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Burial will be in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, Russell.

FOSE, Eleanor - See Eleanor Holzer

FOSE, Helen Margaret - See Helen Margaret Wilkey

FOSE, Henry
b. 28 Nov 1879 - Friedenfeld, Russia
d. 12 Feb 1936 - Russell, Kansas
From Information Furnished
He came to this country and Russell County in 1886 at the age of 8 with his parents. March 23, 1893, he married Anna BOXBERGER of Russell. The couple had five children, two, Leo Fose and Florence Shoenbeck, are deceased. The three living children are Mrs. Dick (Marguerite) Were, Sunnyvale, Calif.; Mrs. W.T. (Ray Ellen) Patterson, Los Altos, Calif.; and Mrs. W.F. (Alma) Atherton, 316 Seitz St., Russell.

FOSE, Luella
b. 30 Oct 1906 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 8 Feb 1988 - St. John, Kansas
From Information Furnished
She married Julius A. DUMLER July 24, 1925 at Russell. He died July 24, 1985. Survivors: daughters, Dora Lee Michel, Hays; Jeannie Mettlen, Lucas; Clara Petersen, Curtis, Neb.; Julie Boxberger, Milberger; brother Al Fose, Fort Smith, Ark.; sisters Pauline Strecker, Helen Zimmerman, both of Russell; 13 grandchildren; 21 great- grandchildren. Burial will be in St. John Lutheran Cemetery.

FOSE, Pauline
b. 5 Jun 1904 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 6 Nov 1990 - Russell, Kansas
Daughter of Adam and Katherine Elizabeth Schneider Fose. She married John STRECKER on November 18,1923, in Russell. He died July 11, 1976. Survivors include: sons: Glenn, Russell; Wilmer, Lake Steven, WA; Dale, Bakersfield, CA; brother, Al Rose, Ft. Smith, Ark; sister, Helen Zimmerman, Russell

FOSE, Ralph
b. 13 Mar 1933 - Ness County, Kansas
d. 26 Jul 1001 - Hays, Kansas
Hays News - July 28, 2001
Son of Emanuel and Eva (Mai) Fose. He married Luella (HEY) FOSE on Dec. 28, 1955, in Jetmore. Survivors include three sons, John, Jay, and Joel; three daughters, Lorna Scheffe, Lana Dinkel, and Lisa Fose; a brother, Bobby Foos; six sisters, Velma Durham, Donna Corp, Lorrine Butterfield, Lillian Tickle, Doris Allen, and Betty Kraft. He was preceded in death by a son, Jerry; a brother, LeRoy; and a sister, Ruth Pohlman. Burial in the WaKeeney City Cemetery.

FOSNOT, Myrtle Ann - See Myrtle Ann Ratzloff

FOSS, Alvin Herrman
b. 12 Jul 1911 - Burdett, Kansas
d. 18 Apr 1995 - Larned, Kansas
From Great Bend Tribune, April 20, 1995
Son of Alonzo and Retta M. James Foss. Survivors include one brother, George Foss of Great Bend; and one half-sister, Ruth Welsch of Altamont. He was preceded in death by six brothers, Iverson, Walter, Elmer, Glenn, Oliver, and Marion Foss; two half-brothers, Arthur and Floyd; three sisters, Lizzie Rhodes, Etta Jordan, Ellen Kindsvater; and two half-sisters, Blanche and Sadie.

FOSS, David
b. 27 Mar 1885 - Oberdorf, Russia
d. 5 Nov 1966 - Saginaw, Michigan
From Saginaw, Michigan - November 6, 1966
Spouse's Name: Pauline SCHREINER Married: 04 / 19 / 1919. Moved to US/Saginaw in 1911; Buried in Oakwood Cemetery

FOSS, Ellen N.
b. 3 Aug 1904 - Garfield, Kansas
d. 26 Jul 1974 - Great Bend, Kansas
She married William KINDSVATER 18 July 1920 Kinsley. He died 21 June 1972. Survivors: sons B.D., Ronald, Larry, Albuquerque, N.M.; Donald, Glencoe, OK.; Gale, Ft.Worth, TX; daughters Mrs. Mildred Pixley, Everett, WA; Mrs. Vera Cotton, Ks. City, M0 Mrs. Betty Raff,EdwardsAir Force Base,CA; Mrs. Fern Fuller, Garden City; brother Oliver Foss, Garfield; Marion and Alvin Foss, Larned; Elmer Foss, Loveland, C0; Iverson Foss, Ore.; Walter Foss, Kinsley; George Foss, Gt. Bend; half-brother Arthur, Oswego; sisters Mrs. Lizzie Hancock, Los Angeles, CA; half-sisters Mrs. Blanche Bennett, Upland, CA; Mrs. Sadie McLain, Colo.; Mrs. Ruth Welsch, Kinsley; 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren.

FOSS, Gottfried
b. 25 Jul 1887 - Oberdorf, Russia
d. 3 Jun 1959 - Saginaw, Michigan
From Saginaw News - Thursday, June 4, 1959.
Spouse's Name: Anna HEINRICH Married: Sunday, February 17, 1907. Moved to US in 1912. Buried in Roselawn Cemetery.

FOSS, Henry, Sr.
b. 8 Mar 1883 - Oberdorf, Russia
d. 1 Jul 1966 - Saginaw, Michigan
From Saginaw News - Saturday, July 2, 1966
Spouse's Name: Anna DOLLINGER Married: 00 / 00 / 1904 in Russia. Moved to US 1911, to SAGINAW 1949
Buried in Roselawn Cemetery.

FOSTER, Nellie Alice - See Nellie Alice Stoskopf

FOTH, Dan J.
b. 27 Jul 1908 - Hillsboro, Kansas
d. 6 Nov 2002 - Hillsboro, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - November 8, 2002
He was born July 27, 1908, at Hillsboro, the son of Andress and Julie Nick Foth. On Nov. 27, 1932, he married Tena Lee DAHLKE at Aurora, Neb. She died in 1997. Survivors include: a son, Kenneth P. Sr., Broken Bow, Okla.; two daughters, Sylvia J. Kornelsen and Faith Kornelsen, both of Denver, Colo.; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Ebenfeld Cemetery, rural Hillsboro.

FOULK, Edna Ella - See Edna Ella Musselman

FOUNTAIN, Alice Fish - See Alice Fish Humber

FOUNTAIN, Cassandra Mary
b. 7 Jan 1914 - Dewey County, Oklahoma
d.       16 Dec 1968 - Dewey County, Oklahoma
Burial will follow in the Fountain Cemetery west of Canton. Parents: George Morton FOUNTAIN and Alice Fish HUMBER. She was married to Clyde Rhinehold HAFFNER on 19 May 1932 in Watonga, Blaine Co., OK. Survivors are her husband; one daughter, Glynna Colleen HAFFNER Roach, Ronald Len HAFFNER, Weldon Newell HAFFNER.; her mother Mrs. Alice Fountain of Wichita; three brothers, Marvin Fountain of Canton - James Fountain of Independence, Missouri - Walter Fountain, Jefferson, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Erma Snyder of Wichita and eight grandchildren.

FOUNTAIN, George Morton
b.  10 May 1874 - Indianapolis, Illinois
D.  20 Feb 1948 - Watonga, Oklahoma
From Obituary
Son of James Henry and Cassandra Maxwell Fountain..He was married to Alice Fish HUMBER on 31 Mar 1901. Children were: Marvin Roy [Sr.] FOUNTAIN, James Marshall FOUNTAIN, Erma Mae FOUNTAIN, Cassandra Mary FOUNTAIN, Walter Olin FOUNTAIN.Additional information - Father of Cassandra Mary Fountain Haffner

FOUTZ, Bertha M.
b. 14 Sep 1888 - Pratt, Kansas
d. 17 Oct 1974 - Beaver, Oklahoma
From Newspaper Clipping
She was married to Daniel E. STRICKLAND, Nov, 19, 1922, at Hooker, Oklahoma. He died July 20, 1953. Survivors are a son: Dan, Turpin, Okla.; daughter: Mrs. Dortha Gariepy, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Dolores Beebe, Minneola; brother: Jess Foutz, Bellflower, Calif.

FOWLER, Delphin A.
b. 26 Dec 1931, Seminole, Okla
d. 11 Apr 1997, Russell
From Hutchinson News
Daughter of Chester R. and Mary P. McCord Fowler.On July 1, 1951, she married Donald D. BECKER at Russell. He preceded her in death. Survivors include: two sons, Darin D. and Dustin D.; a daughter, Dina A. Lamb; a brother, Eddie Fowler; father and stepmother, Chester and Emma Fowler, Apache Junction, Ariz.She was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Fowler.

FOX, Dorothy
b. 16 Feb 1926 - Minatare, Nebraska
d. 4 May 2006 - Minatare, Nebraska
From Scottsbluff Star Hearld, Scottsbluff, NE - 7 May 2006
Interment at the Fairview Cemetery. Born to Alex and Josie (Schmer) Fox. She married Ed SCHLAGER December 17, 1944 at Scottsbluff, and started married life on a farm in rural Gering. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Ed, of Minatare, her son Steve and his wife Jane Schlager of Minatare, her daughter Cindy Weinmaster of Scottsbluff, grandchildren Jennifer and Adam Yost of Colorado Springs, Colo., Chad and Trista Weinmaster of Jackson, Wisc., and Kristi Schlager of Overland Park, Kan., great grandson Braden Weinmaster of Jackson, WI and an unborn great granddaughter of Colorado Springs, Colo. She is also survived by brothers Don Fox, and Albert and his wife Dorothe Fox, all of Scottsbluff. Her parents, son Randy, son-in-law Delbert Weinmaster and sister-in-law Bev Fox preceded her in death.

FOX, Henry
Parents from Frank, Russia
b. 6 Jun 1917 - Ballentine, Montana
d. 10 Dec 2003, prob. Cheyenne, Wyo.
Parents were, Henry Fox and Mary Groskop Fox. He married Ruth LOSBUAGH on Nov. 9, 1938, in Kimball, Neb. Mr. Fox is survived by his wife, Ruth Fox of Cheyenne; a son, Wayne Fox of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two daughters, Lynda Gentry of Cheyenne and Carol Zahn of Highlands Ranch, Colo. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Ken Lockrem, Tim Bartos, Randy Roberts, Penny Roberts, Jodi Zahn, Andy Zahn and Rona Bartos.

FOX, Mary
Family from Kautz, Russia
b. 15 Oct 1926
d. 15 Mar 2006 - Dallas, Texas
From Billings Gazette - Billings, Montana - 26 Mar 2006
She was preceded in death by her husband of 28 years, Archie Clayton ANDERSON, son Harry Wayne Ingraham and grandson of Jonathan Ingraham Barrows, also sisters, Ruth Britton of Ely, Nev., Martha Palm of Billings, and Alma Bosch of Laurel.
She is survived by daughters, Sandra Ingraham Wade and husband, Ben Wade, Debra Anderson Rotan and husband, Brett Rotan (both of Dallas) and son, Farren Alan Ingraham of Las Cruces, N.M. and seven special grandchildren, Chad Storrusten, Major Shawn Franklin, Brian Franklin, Chantel Grey, Ashley and Cody Southworth, and Ridge Rotan; sisters, Lorraine Ronan of Billings and Shirley Carmony also of Billings and brother, William Fox, Jr. and wife, Ann of Park City; five great-grandchildren, and too many nieces and nephews to mention but who were all loved by her. Mary was born to Elizabeth Knaub and John Fox, immigrants from Kautz, Russia, on October 16, 1926.

FOX, Sharon J.
b. 14 Jan 1946 - Billings, Montana
d. 21 May 2006 - Billings, Montana
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 24 May 2006
The daughter of William and Lydia Reiter Fox. She married Charles E. WOLFE in Sheridan, Wyo., on May 13, 1971. Survivors include her husband, Chuck of Billings; daughters, Denyse Wolfe-Parker and husband Doyle Parker of Bridger and Lydia Kay Pluim and husband Mike of Syracuse, Utah; stepsons Gregory Wolfe of Billings, Marc Wolfe and his wife Angela of Yuba City, Calif., and Anthony Wolfe and his wife Sherri of Jacksonville, Fla.; grandsons Tannur Oakes and Trevor Parker; and granddaughters Shamber King and Myly Pluim. She was preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Richard and Melvin. Interment in Mountview Cemetery.

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