2001. Clarence Raymond Woodall, “Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997,” March 9, 1936, Hidalgo County, TX,
2002. David Allen Woodall, “Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997,” October 26, 1937, Hidalgo County, TX,
2003. “United States Census: 1940,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1940, TX, Hidalgo, Mission, Justice Precinct 4, April 9, 1940, Ramon Ldela Garza, 10A, 15, 108-26, T627, 4062, 1086.
File: 1940 TX Hidalgo County Mission JP4 p10A
2004. “Clarence Raymond “Woody” Woodall,” Find-A-Grave,, 80074029.
2006. “Alexander Hagel,” Find-A-Grave,, 56857865.
2007. “Kathryn Hagel,” Find-A-Grave,, 56857866.
2008. “United States Census: 1940,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1940, CO, Larimer, Berthoud, Election Precinct 36, April 10, 1940, Milos N Johnson, 4A, 2, 35-29, T627, 467, 531.
File: 1940 CO Larimer County Berthoud EP36 p4A
2009.,” Adam Walter Hagel,
Adam Walter Hagel, 83, of Loveland passed away on June 8, 2008 at the VA Hospital in Cheyenne, WY after a lengthy battle with illness. Adam was born on January 2, 1925 in Lincoln, NE to Henry and Anna (Sterkel) Hagel. He was married to Marjorie E. Hatcher for 59 years.He was a medic in the US Army during World War II and was in Normandy on D-Day.Adam worked at Beech Aircraft until he retired in 1987. He assisted in the manufacturing of the first Apollo space craft that went to the moon.Adam enjoyed watching wrestling and loved spending time with his wife and family. He was the best Dad in the world. He was a very generous man.Adam is survived by his wife, Marjorie; son David Adam Hagel of Portland, OR; daughters Beth Hagel of Loveland, CO and Kathie Krautschun of Kersey, CO; granddaughters LeAnne and Tara Lesser; great-grandchildren Torrie and Jaden Adam Hrdlicka; sister Elizabeth Giebelhaus of Longmont, CO and puppy dog, Dulce.Graveside Service is on Thursday, June 12 at 10:00am at Resthaven Memory Gardens.
2010. “Arizona father and daughter identified in fatal south Highway 101 crash,” Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, CA, April 17, 2014.
Ukiah Daily Journal

An Arizona man and his 3-year-old daughter were killed in a crash on Highway 101 south of Ukiah just after 11 this morning, and the Santa Rosa driver of the van that struck them was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The father and daughter who died were identified as Jonathan James Arroyo, 26, and Taylor Arroyo, 3, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff-Coroner's Office.

Arroyo, his wife and two daughters were headed south on Highway 101 south of Burke Hill Road when their four-door Cadillac sedan was sruck by a northbound Chevrolet Express cargo van that crossed the grass median for reasons still under investigation, according to the CHP.
Passengers Kristin Arroyo, 27, and surviving daughter Adalyn Arroyo, 1, were taken by ambulance to Ukiah Valley Medical Center with minor injuries.
The driver of the Chevrolet van, identified by the CHP as Emmanuel Ariel Mandujano Barajas, 22, was uninjured. He was seen sitting in the back of a patrol car being questioned by officers at the scene, and the CHP later reported he was arrested on suspicion of felony manslaughter in the incident.
The CHP had not determined by the close of business Thursday whether alcohol or other drugs factored in the collision.
2011. “Lydia Grothe,” Find-A-Grave,, 78292525.
2012. “William F Grothe,” Find-A-Grave,, 78292459.
2013. “United States Census: 1940,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1940, NE, Holt, Emmet, April 13, 1940, Charles F Abort, 2A, 3, 45-12, T627, 2250, 146.
Files (2): 1940 NE Holt County Emmet p2A, 1940 NE Holt County Emmet p2B
2014. “William F Grothe, Sr,” Find-A-Grave,, 78292215.
2015. “Eva C Grothe,” Find-A-Grave,, 78292325.
2016. “Herman Grothe,” Find-A-Grave,, 78225508.
2017. “Lela Grothe,” Find-A-Grave,, 78225573.
2018. “Marie Schwab,” Find-A-Grave,, 80382669.
2019. “J Fred Schwab,” Find-A-Grave,, 80382653.
2020. “United States Census: 1930,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1930, IA, Pottawattamie, Council Bluffs, Ward 4, April 21, 1930, Mrs. Lillian S Boyston, 22B, 8, 78-25, T626, 679, 201, 409.
File: 1930 IA Pottawattamie County Council Bluffs ward4 p22B
2021. “Carl A Schwab,” Find-A-Grave,, 74380722.
2022. “Earl Eugene Kraft,” Find-A-Grave,, 108667593.
2023. “Helmuth A Eberhardt,” Find-A-Grave,, 108432170.
2024. “Henry Charles Kappes,” Find-A-Grave,, 76643787.
2025. “Obituaries,” Linda L. Binning, Pinedale Roundup, Pinedale, Sublette County, WY, USA, April 22, 2010,
A celebration of life for Linda L. Binning, 61, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, at the North Hills Baptist Church in Lingle with the Pastor Charles Hyatt officiating.

Linda died suddenly from a brain aneurysm on April 16 at her home in Torrington and cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, the family would request that memorial donations in Linda’s memory be directed to either the Torrington Baptist Tabernacle or to Valley Christian School Foundation. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Colyer Funeral Home and friends are invited to send condolences to the family at

Linda was born on July 12, 1948 in Auburn, Neb., the daughter of Leslie G. and Lula May (Bigley) Tanner. The family moved to Green River, where Linda received her education; graduating from Green River High School in 1966. She married Burleigh Binning, Jr. on April 6, 1966, and the couple later divorced. Linda moved to Pinedale, where she worked in the family construction business and did the bookkeeping. She moved to Torrington in August of 2006.

Linda was a custom woodworker and she made furniture and cabinets. She was a devoted mom and made the necessary sacrifices to be there for her children. She was the Secretary for Dillman Estates in Torrington and she was a member of the Torrington Baptist Tabernacle.

Our dearest friend and closest companion, your loss and the ache in our hearts is only filled by the knowledge that your life was given to our Lord Jesus for all eternity.

She is survived by her two daughters, Bonnie (Robert S.) Randolph of Torringto; and Billie Gene (Jay) Eckhardt of Laramie; her son, Burleigh Dean (Jodie) Binning, III of Blackfoot, Idaho; her mother, Lula Tanner of Torrington; a sister, Patricia Kappes of Rock Springs and 12 grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her father, one sister, Anna Kappes, and two nieces, Janet and Anna Marie Kappes.
2026. University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Nebraska Quilt Project (Lincoln Quilters Guild), Magdelana H Hagel Kraft, “The Quilt Index,”,, 1955.
Files (2): Magdalena Kraft Quilt D77 Whole Cloth Quilt, Magdalena Kraft Quilt D78 Maple Leaf
2027. “Thomas O Hagel,” Find-A-Grave,, 70408917.
2031. “C B Tanner Services Will Be Held Friday,” C B Tanner, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, January 13, 1948, 1, January 16, 1948, 8.
In the January 13 paper:

C. B. Tanner Is Fatally Hurt In Car Mishap

Charles B Tanner, about 64, Walton, died at the Kimball hospital Monday night from injuries received when the car in which he was riding overturned on U. S. Highway 30, ten miles west of Pine Bluffs, Wyo., at about 2 p. m. Monday, Kimball County Sheriff Roscoe Tatum said.

Riding with him were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tanner, his son and daughter-in-law, also of Walton, who received minor injuries. C. F. Tanner received a scalp laceration and was shocked and bruised. Mrs. Tanner received a cut above the right knee. They were treated at the hospital and released.

Mr. Tanner had been visiting a stepson, Frank Baslington in Cheyenne.

Retired for several years, Mr. Tanner formerly operated a floral shop and greenhouse in Bethany for more than 15 years.

[C. F. Tanner was his brother]

In the January 16 paper:

C. B. Tanner Services Will Be Held Friday

Funeral services for Charles B. Tanner, 64, R.F.D, Walton, Neb., will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Grace Lutheran Church.

He died last Monday night night in the Kimball hospital from injuries received when the car in which he was riding overturned on U. S. Highway 30, ten miles west of Pine Bluffs, Wyo., Monday afternoon.

Mr. Tanner formerly operated a floral shop and greenhouse in Bethany for more than 15 years.
2032. “Obituaries,” Samuel B Tanner, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, December 22, 1945, 10.
Tanner--Samuel B. Tanner, 86, of Bethany died Friday. He leaves two sons, Charles B., and Clarence F., both of Lincoln; two stepsisters, Mrs. Etta Carse, Lincoln, and Mrs. June Green, Pontiac, Ill.; four grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral at 10:30 a.m. at Bethany Christian church, Rev. Paul Becker officiating.
2035. “Divorce Court,” Karen E Wright v. Samuel R Wright Jr, Lincoln Evening Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, June 13, 1960, 15.
Wright, Karen E. v. Samuel R. Jr, be granted divorce for extreme cruelty. Wife awarded custody of two minor children, $136.90 child support for 6 months, thereafter $100 per month, no alimony.
2036. “Robert Houser, 78, Dies in Washington,” The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, January 1, 1948, 9.
Grand View, Wash--Robert Houser, 78, resident of Lincoln for 50 years, died here Tuesday at the home of his son, Roy Houser, where he had been visiting for the past year.

He was born in Ohio and moved early in his youth to Waverly, Neb., and later to Lincoln. He was a carpenter. He belonged to the Christian Missionary Alliance at Havelock.

Surviving are two other sons, Charles of Lincoln and Samuel of Grand View, and five daughters, Mrs. Mae Hartshorn, Mrs. Joe Marple, Mrs. Lera Sutter, Mrs. Delma Tanner, all of Lincoln, and Mrs. Edith Stevens of Omaha.
2037. Robert Houser, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, October 31, 1943, 20.
Mrs. Joe Marple is having family dinner today, honoring her father, Robert Houser’s seventy-fourth birthday.
2038. “Robert Lee Houser,” Find-A-Grave,, 70412283.
2039. Robert Lee Houser, “Washington, Death Certificates, 1907-1960,” December 31, 1947, Grandview, Yakima County, WA, GS Film number: 2032615-Digital Folder Number: 4223228-Image Number: 287-Reference ID: cn564,
2040. Fred L Whittington and Nora B Whittington, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, December 13, 1939, 6.
Fred L Whittington vs Nora B Whittington, decree for plaintiff. Married at Morrowville, Kas. Sept 17, 1916. Extreme cruelty. Defendant given temporary custody of child, permanent custody to be taken up later. Plaintiff to pay $50 a month child support.
2041. “Obituaries,” Jennie M. Griffing, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, February 13, 1949, 20.
Jennie M. Griffing

Jennie May Price was born Sept. 29, 1877, near Lewis, Ia. and as Jennie May Griffing died Jan. 25, 1949, at Lincoln at age 71.

Moving with her parents from Lewis ...
Nebraska. Eleven years later they moved to a farm near Morrowville, Kas. Her husband died Oct. 14, 1935.

She is survived by four daughters, Nora Whittington of Omaha, Zelma Monia and Alma Peeples of Lincoln, Lois Lull of Morrowville: two sons, Carl Griffing of Davenport, Ia., and Leo Griffing of Circleville, Kas.; two brothers, Geogre Price of Fairbury and C. E. Price of Palermo, Calif., 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

She was a member of the Methodist church from early girlhood and at time of her death her membership was in the church at Frankfort, Kas.

Funeral was held at Fairbury First Methodist church Jan. 28, with Rev. A. G. Swanson officiating. Burial was at Fairbury.
2042. “Obituaries,” Albert Kraft, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, April 1, 1945, 19.
Albert Kraft

Cpl. Albert Kraft, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kraft, 1425 No. 14th, died at Brooke General hospital at San Antonio, Tex., March 16, 1945. He was a native of Lincoln and attended Lincoln high school. Previous to his entering the armed forces he had worked as an attendant at his father’s service station.

Corporal Kraft served overseas ten months before he was taken seriously ill. After a major operation, he was sent to the States to recuperate. He and his father and his younger brother, Earl celebrated their birthdays on the same day, Jan. 20. He also came home on Christmas furlough but returned to Brooke hospital.

Funeral services were held at Emmanuel Reformed church, of which Corporal Kraft was a member. Rev. Mr. Wacker officiated. Burial was in the Soldier’s circle in Wyuka, with full military honors. Pvt. Don Bottorff, stationed at San Antonio cadet center with a physiological research unit, and a nephew to John F. Kraft, was the honorary escort to Lincoln.

Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kraft, Lincoln; five brothers, John F., Lincoln; Sgt. Alex, at Muroc, Calif.; Earl, Glen and Ervin, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Ted Alles, Lincoln; Mrs. Don Lind, Fort Morgan, Colo., and Mrs. A. W. Whittington, Lincoln.
2043. “Alex Kraft,” The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, December 6, 1959, 40, 42.
Alex Krafts

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kraft Sr. observed their anniversary Nov. 25 and were honored at a family dinner Nov. 26. The couple were married Nov. 25, 1909, in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Kraft have 7 living children: John F. of Rapid City, S.D., Alex Jr. of Anaheim, Calif., Earl, Ervin and Mmmes. Dan Lind of Ft. Morgan, Colo., Arthur Whittington and Ted Alles. They have 8 grandchildren.
2044. “Parmeter-Sellmeyer.,” Kraft-Whittington., The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, April 11, 1941, 5.

The first double military wedding to be performed in the 35th division since its arrival at Camp Robinson, will be held Easter Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock when Corporals Eldon Sellmeyer and Arthur Whittington, both of Lincoln, marry hometown girls. Miss Bess Marie Parmeter will be the bride of Mr. Sellmeyer and Miss Frieda Kraft will be married to Mr. Whittington. The soldiers are in headquarters detachment, third battalion, 134th infantry of Nebraska. Mr. Sellmeyer is clerk of the detachment. Maj. Yandell S. Beans, division chaplain, will officiate at the wedding. An eight-man guard of honor, armed with pistols will escort the couples from the chapel ceremony. The detachment will attend the service in a body.
2045. Oliver Hooten and Delilah Deweese Davis, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” August 13, 1901, White County, IL, USA, Reference ID: 213 182-GS Film number: 977072-Digital Folder Number: 005204404-Image Number: 00234,
2046. Albert C Larson, “Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998,” January 28, 1991,
2047. “United States Census: 1940,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1940, CA, San Diego, National City, Paradise Valley Sanitarium, August 3, 1940, Emanuel T Salmon, 67A, 20, 37-50, T627, 297, 49.
File: 1940 CA San Diego County National City Paradise Valley Sanitarium p67a
2048. Anella June Sutter, “Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998,” June 2, 1993, Orange County, FL, USA,
2049. LeRoy Merwin Sutter and Annella June Larson, “Florida, Marriages, 1830-1993,” March 17, 1948, Orange County, FL, USA,,
File: MerwinSutter_JuneLarson_MarriageLicense
2050. Orange County Regional History Center, “Central Florida Physicians Papers,”
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