7351. “Martin Utterback Leasor,” Find-A-Grave,, 168420041.
7352. Martin Leasor and Fanny Cutright, “Marriage Licenses, State of Kentucky--Hardin County,” June 11, 1835, Hardin County, KY.
Entry 94: June 11th, 1835

Martin Leasor

Fanny Curtright

Leasor swore he was 21 years of age. Samuel Curtright, father of Fanny gave consent in proper person.
Files (2): MartinLeasor_FannyCurtright_Marriage_Record, MartinLeasor_FannyCurtright_Marriage_Cert
7353. Don Shipman, August 29, 2017.
7354. Samuel W Leaser, “Illinois Civil War Detail Report,” December 1, 1861, Jonesboro, IL,,
7355. “United States Census,” 1860, IL, Lawrence County, Christy Township, Hadley, 111, M653, 115, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, July 26, 1860, S T Provines.
File: 1860 IL Lawrence County Christy Twp
7356. George W Leaser, “Illinois Civil War Detail Report,” August 12, 1862, Tazewell County, IL,
7357. Martha Ellen Perry, “Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947,” September 3, 1925, Fairbury, Livingston County, IL,, Listed as Mary E Gatfetter.
7358. “Issaquah man injured in wrong-way Everett crash,” Eric M Lans, The Issaquah Press, Issaquah, Washington, June 28, 2011.
Police said an 18-year-old Issaquah man sustained serious injuries in a wrong-way crash along Interstate 5 in Everett during the June 23 evening commute.

The crash left a 54-year-old Everett man dead. State troopers identified the deceased driver as Eric M. Lans.

Police said Lans’ Mitsubishi sport utility vehicle left the northbound lanes south of 128th Street Southwest, drifted across the median and into the southbound lanes. Then, the vehicle sideswiped a Dodge SUV driven by the Issaquah man and crashed into another SUV.

Medics transported the Issaquah driver, Austin Abendroth, to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle to treat leg and pelvis injuries. Abendroth remained in serious condition in the intensive care unit June 24.

The accident occurred at about 5:30 p.m. The ensuing investigation and cleanup required police to shut down all southbound lanes for hours, causing massive traffic congestion.

Troopers said they do not know if alcohol or drug use on behalf of the deceased driver contributed to the crash. The accident remains under investigation.
7359. Tracy Tallman, “Greater Pacific Northwest Area History,”, March 8, 2015.
Title: The Herald All issues (Everett, Snohomish County, Washington)
Abbrev: The Herald All issues (Everett, Snohomish County,
Publication: All issues
Page: Published: Friday, July 1, 2011

Eric Lans, 54, of Everett, died in a car accident June 23 on I-5.

Wrong-way crash victim remembered as helpful, kind

By Rikki King, Herald Writer

EVERETT -- Eric Lans always stopped for others.

That's how his friends remembered him at a memorial service earlier this week.

Lans, 54, of Everett, was killed June 23 in a wrong-way crash on I-5, south of Everett. The crash shut down parts of the highway for hours as Washington State Patrol troopers gathered evidence.

The wreck remains under investigation. Lans' sport utility vehicle was headed north before it crossed the median and entered the southbound lanes.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office hasn't finished its investigation, but preliminary findings indicate a possible cardiac event or something similar, a spokesman said.

Another man, 18, was injured when his car was hit by Lans' vehicle. The man, of Issaquah, is recovering at a Seattle hospital. He was listed in satisfactory condition earlier this week.

The memorial for Lans was held at Mill Creek Foursquare Church.

About 75 people attended, said Brent Gilbertson, who knew Lans through church. Most who came were friends, because Lans' family lives primarily in Eastern Washington, Gilbertson said.

Gilbertson, 35, of Edmonds, said the service in Mill Creek was beautiful. A video played of Lans singing at a recent church event.

"It started off with worship," he said. "We played a couple of Eric's favorite songs. One of them was 'Amazing Grace.'"

Lans' friends took turns talking at the memorial, Gilbertson said. Everyone's memories shared a common thread.

"He was a very happy guy -- loving, caring, kind," Gilbertson said. "He always made time for people. He just was never in too much of a hurry, like so many of us are," he said.

Lans was a talented mechanic who always was volunteering to help people with car troubles, Gilbertson said.

He was known to stop people just to make sure they were OK.

Lans was deeply religious, Gilbertson said. He often shared his love of Jesus Christ with those around him.

"He walked this planet as just this man of God," Gilbertson said.

Another friend, Katie Johnson, 52, of Lynnwood, saw news coverage of the wreck on TV.

She said she's trying to get the images out of her head and remember Lans as she last saw him: smiling and joking. He was always working on somebody's car, she said. He loved to bring people into church.

"Eric was probably one of the nicest guys I ever met," she said. "He made everybody feel like they were the most important person in the room. He talked to you, and he lifted you up if you were feeling low. He had a way of just always making you feel, if you weren't feeling that good or that great, after you talked to him, you were feeling great."

Tracy McDonald said God used Lans in a major way for him.

A few years back, McDonald, 43, of Everett, was fresh out of prison. He was broken and looking for help, he said.

Lans would give him rides home from church, McDonald said. He helped him get a cellphone and a car. Lans also introduced him to pho, the Vietnamese noodle soup.

"(He) just always took me out and kept me accountable," McDonald said.

Lans never shunned anyone, McDonald said. He was constantly reaching out. He always wanted to please God.
7360. Betty Lou Martin, “Florida Death Index, 1877-1998,” Juen 3, 1986, Lee County, FL,
7361. “Obituaries,” Marie Adele Kraft, Wake Forest Gazette, Wake Forest, NC, April 18, 2018.
Marie Adele (Doebeli) Kraft, born on February 3, 1929 in Benton Harbor, Michigan, joined her dear husband, Frederick Kraft, in heaven on April 5, 2018 from her residence in Wake Forest.

She was a member of Wakefield United Methodist Church in Raleigh. Friends and Family are welcome to attend the celebration of her life, officiated by Rev. Hannah McMannis, on Sunday, April 29, at 3 p.m. at the Prayer Path on the church property, 14301 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh.

She is survived by her daughters, Gail A. (Timothy) Bender and Patricia L. (James) Bell, and grandchildren, Cameron Bender, Molly McIntyre, Jamie Opsommer and Lena-Marie Schaefer. She also leaves behind her beloved companion and dog, Fritzi.

Marie was primarily a homemaker, and she had wide variety of hobbies and talents. She enjoyed boating, sewing, knitting, collecting bears, reading and was a gifted creator of homemade Fabergé eggs. Also, during the prized years of their retirement in Venice, Florida, she held the title of “Mommodore” while her husband Fred was the commodore of the Venice Yacht Club.

In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to the Wakefield United Methodist Church, One-by-One Building Fund

A service of Bright Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 405 South Main Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587.
7362. “Molly Kerbel,” Find-A-Grave,, 50724951.
7363. “United States Census,” 1940, WY, Sheridan, Election District 6, 2A, 2, 17-10, T627, 4575, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, May 3, 1940, M. Waters.
File: 1940 WY Sheridan County ED 6 p2A
7364. “Henry Kerbel,” Find-A-Grave,, 50725000.
7365. “Henry Kerbel,” Find-A-Grave,, 50725000, Says December 31, 1893.
7367. “Funeral Notice,” Herman John Hagel-Pitt, The Napa Valley Register, Napa, Napa County, CA, June 27, 1980, 12.
Herman John Hagel-Pitt, who had lived in Napa since his retirement in 1975, died at his home Thursday following a short illness. He was 70. Mr. Hagel-Pitt was born Aug. 8, 1909, in Lincoln, Neb. He married the former Lucille Bachenberg in 1950. He formerly lived in Colorado where he was employed at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden. He was an outdoorsman, particularly enjoying hunting, fishing and camping Survivors include his wife Lucille of Napa; his son Warren of Nebraska; his daughter, Virginia Sinn of Indiana; his son, David Meyer of Colorado; one brother; three sisters and 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild Graveside services were held today at Napa Valley Memorial Gardens Cemetery. The Rev. Larry Gilmore of the First United Methodist Church officiated The family prefers contributions to charities in lieu of flowers. 
7368. “Obituaries,” Irene Hagel-Pitt, Lincoln Journal Star, Lincoln, NE, August 21, 1982, 14.
Hagel-Pitt — Irene, 67, 200 W. Benton St., died Thursday.

Services: 10 a.m. Monday, ROPER & SONS M0RTUARY. 4300 0 St Pastor Daniel Ondov. Lincoln Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Brent Hagel-Pitt, Mark, Mike, William Sinn, Roger, Marvin Ewerth.
7369. Herman J Pitt and Irene Lucille Ewerth, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE, November 3, 1929, 22.
Files (2): HermanJPitt_IreneLucilleEwerth_weddingAnnouncement, IreneEwerth_weddingAnnouncementPic
7370. Deck Hunter, Big Horn City, Wyoming Territory, 1991, Volume Five: The Immigrants, pp. 88-90, Names her as Kate Glantz Goodman--I assume Goodman was a married name and Glantz the maiden name.
File: BigHornCity_Vol5p88-90
7371. “William F Kerbel,” Find-A-Grave,, 51712261.
7372. “Ruth Viola Lenz Kerbel,” Find-A-Grave,, 96295207.
7373. “Obituary,” Ruth Viola (Lenz) Kerbel, August 30, 2012.
I, Ruth Viola (Lenz) Kerbel, was born on October, 29th, 1924, in Park City, Montana to George and Ida Lenz. My family moved to Sheridan, Wyoming, in 1929 when I was five years old. My journey in The Missouri Synod Lutheran Church began with my baptism on November, 27th, 1924. It continued with my confirmation on April, 10th, 1938. On August 23rd, 1942, I married the love of my life, Bill Kerbel. Bill and I moved to a dairy farm and cattle ranch in Banner. In addition to caring for our dairy, we raised three children and spent many years fostering 4H members to succeed with their projects. I continued to be very active in serving my church, including teaching Sunday school. My service to my church lead me to join LWML (Lutheran Women’s Missionary League) in which I became an active member and served several years as Wyoming District President. After attending Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sheridan for over 45 years, Bill and I decided to become members of the mission congregation, Prince of Peace, in Buffalo in order to help the congregation grow.

After my husband Bill’s passing in 1989, I moved to Sheridan and thought it to be quite natural to rejoin my brothers and sisters in Christ at Immanuel Lutheran Church. I continued to serve the Lord by making numerous banners and serving on our Altar Guild, as well as continuing my work with LWML. I also loved my time working on the hospital auxiliary board at the hospital that embraced me until I took my heavenly flight. I am preceded in death by my husband Bill Kerbel, my parents George and Ida Lenz, and brothers Ralph and Howard Lenz. I am survived by my sister Helen Sembra, my three loving children and their families, Bill and Kathy Kerbel, Jim and Sue Kerbel, Phyllis and Jody Fournier. Children have always lit up my life and I was blessed with 8 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. I also have been blessed by countless local adopted grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, I request that memorials be made to Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) Mission Projects, in care of Immanuel Lutheran Church. I would like to thank everyone who has loved me and enriched my life.

Ruth V. Kerbel, 87, of Sheridan, WY died Wednesday, August 29, 2012, in Memorial Hospital of Sheridan County.

Viewing will be 6:00pm until 8:00pm on Monday (Sept. 3rd) from Champion Ferries Funeral Home with funeral service at 10:00am on Tuesday from Immanuel Lutheran Church with Pastor Paul Cain officiating. Interment will be in Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. Arrangements are with Champion Ferries Funeral Home.
7374. “Edward Paul Kerbel,” Find-A-Grave,, 50724747.
7375. “United States Census,” 1920, NE, Lancaster, Lincoln, Ward 2, 21B, 1, 57, T625, 996, 197, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, January 13, 1920, Oliver B Macy.
File: 1920 NE Lancaster County Lincoln Ward 2 p21B
7376. “United States Census,” 1930, NE, Lancaster, Lincoln, Ward 2, 13A, 8, 55-17, T626, 1285, 343, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 12, 1930, John A Lebsauk.
File: 1930 NE Lancaster County Lincoln Ward 2 p13A
7377. “United States Census,” 1940, NE, Lancaster, Lincoln, Ward 2, 22B, 6, 55-23, T627, 2253, 512, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 26, 1940, Viola Maudaline Blockhurtz.
File: 1940 NE Lancaster County Lincoln Ward 2 p22B
7378. World War I, 1917, Nebraska, 19, Schmall, Peter, “World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards,” June 5, 1917, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, USA, Affiliate Publication Number: M1509 , GS Film Number: 001711702 , Digital Folder Number: 005253442 , Image Number: 05273,
The birth date says June 24, 1897 and his age is 20. Both cannot be correct (card completed on September 12, 1918).
File: PeterSchmall_WW_I_Draft_Card
7379. “Schmalz Funeral will be Thursday,” Peter Schmall, The Lincoln Star, Lincoln, NE, December 1, 1954.
Funeral services of Peter Schmall, 58, of 630 A, who died Monday, will be at Hodgman-Splain, the Rev. J.P. Flemmer officiating. Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial Park.

A resident of Lincoln 48 years, Mr. Schmall had been associated with the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Nebraska. He was a veteran of World War I.

He was a member of Zion Congregational Church and American Legion Post 3.

Survivors are his wife, Amalia; son, Wilbur A. of Allentown, Pa.; daughter, Mrs. Lucille Henson of Rochester, N.Y.; brother, Jacob of Lincoln; sisters, Miss Katherine Schmall of Lincoln, Mrs. Henry M. Molko of Torrington, Wyo., and Mrs. Herman Borchers of Lincoln.

Pallbearers: James W. Harper, Dr. Carl J. Hinkelmann, Rudy Joosten, George A. Saville, Louis E. Scheer, Ervin D. Simon.
7380. “Heizenrader Wedding Party,” J L Scheirman and Martha Heizenrader, The Lincoln Star, Lincoln, NE, February 8, 1925, 28.
The marriage of Miss Martha Heizenrader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Heizenrader of Lincoln, to J. L. Scheirman of Sutton took place Tuesday evening of last week at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. P. J. Schmall, and Mr. Schmall, 630 A street. Included in the wedding party pictured above were reading from left to right, seated—Miss Marie Scheirman of Sutton, cousin of the groom; Lydia Heizenrader flower girl; the bride; Miss Pauline Heizenrader, and Wilbur Arthur Schmall, nephew of tho bride, who carried the ring; standing— Pete Meyers of Hastings; the groom; Alex Heizenrader.

The bride and groom are in Detroit on a wedding trip and will be at home after February 1 In Sutton.
7381. “Obituaries,” William “Bill” Kerbel, The Sheridan Press, Sheridan, WY, August 29, 2017.
WILLIAM "BILL" KERBEL, 73, passed away Friday, Aug. 25, 2017 at Parkview Hospital Randallia in Fort Wayne. Born in Sheridan, Wyo. on July 2, 1944, he was a son of the late William and Ruth Kerbel Sr. Bill was raised on a 300-acre dairy farm in Wyoming, graduated from and played football for Concordia College in Seward, Neb., and moved to Fort Wayne where he began his teaching and coaching career at Trinity Lutheran School. Bill continued his career for 37 years in the East Allen County Schools teaching, coaching wrestling and football, and retired as athletic director at New Haven High School. Bill left his mark on teaching and athletics in EACS; he started the wrestling program at Leo High School, was named the 2000 EACS Teacher of the Year, and will be inducted into the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Assoc. Hall of Fame in February 2018. Surviving are his loving wife of 50 years, Kathy Kerbel of New Haven, Ind.; son, Brian Kerbel of Key West, Fla.; daughter, Lori (Jim) Smasal of Appleton, Wis.; grandchildren, Grant, Tate, Jake, Alec, Michaela; siblings, Jim (Sue) Kerbel of Jenison, Mich. and Phyllis (Jody) Fournier of Fort Myers, Fla. Bill was preceded in death by his parents. Memorial service is 10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 1, 2017 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 7710 E. State Blvd. Memorial calling is from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017 at the church. Burial will be at Greenwood Cemetery in Sidney, Neb. at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the St. Peter's Lutheran Church or the Community Foundation New Haven High School Scholarship Fund to assist with the establishment of the Bill Kerbel Scholarship.
7382. Owen Switzer, “Patricia (Tanner) Kappes Family Tree,”, August 19, 2003, Says Avondale, NE.
7383. Dean Thomson, “Family Heritage of Dean Thomson,”, May 29, 2007, Says Palmyra, NE.
7384. Dean Thomson, “Family Heritage of Dean Thomson,”, May 29, 2007.
7385. “California Death Index; 1940-1997,” California Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Section,,, Lists her maiden name as Jurgense, but as Jorgensen for all of her children.
7386. “United States Census,” 1910, CA, Alameda, Eden, 9A, 3, 31, T624, 685, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, May 4, 1910, Robert E Yeager, Says she was from Denmark.
File: 1910 CA Alameda County Eden p9A
7387. “California Death Index; 1940-1997,” California Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Section,,, Lists birth date as January 30, 1866 and father’s last name as Jorgensen.
7388. “United States Census,” 1900, CA, Alameda, Mt Eden, Precinct 1, 6A, 1, 329, T623, 1240081, 600, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, June 7, 1900, Geo C Mansfield, Says she was from Germany.
File: 1900 CA Alameda County Mt Eden Pct 1 p6A
7389. “United States Census,” 1920, CA, Alameda, Mt Eden, Precinct 2, 5B, 5, 149, T625, 792, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, January 29, 1920, Elizabeth M Simonsen, Clears it up! She was from Schleswig which is on the border between Germany and Denmark!
File: 1920 CA Alameda County Mt Eden Pct 2 p5B
7390. “Christina Jensen,” Find-A-Grave,, 30531698.
7391. “United States Census,” 1920, CA, Alameda, Mt Eden, Precinct 2, 5B, 5, 149, T625, 792, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, January 29, 1920, Elizabeth M Simonsen.
File: 1920 CA Alameda County Mt Eden Pct 2 p5B
7392. “United States Census,” 1940, CA, Alameda, Eden, 7B, 6, 1-61, T627, 185, 549, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, May 7, 1940, Alton Root Cummings.
File: 1940 CA Alameda County Eden p7B
7393. “Obituaries,” Jens Christian Jensen, Oakland Tribune, Oakland, Alameda County, CA, July 3, 1921, 33.
JENSEN — In Hayward, California, July 1, 1921, Jens Christian Jensen, dearly beloved husband of Christine Jensen, loving father of Bertha Anderson, Mrs. Edna Williams, James and Mary Jensen and the late Harry Jensen, a member of Thyra Lodge No. 9. Society Dania of California, a native of Denmark, aged 67 years 4 months and 18 days.

Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Sunday, July 3, 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m., from the Dania hall, First street, between B. and C . Interment Mount Eden cemetery.

File: JensChristianJensen_obituary
7394. “Jens C Jensen,” Find-A-Grave,, 30531763.
7395. Jens Christian Jensen, “Denmark Church Records, 1484-1941,” February 13, 1854, Brahetrolleborg, Svendborg, Denmark,
Line 7. Jens Christian Jensen born February 13, 1854. Parents are Maren Jensen of Nybygtaarde and Jens Jörgensen of Lydinggarde By, Brahetrolleborg sogh, Sallinge, Svendborg, Denmark.
File: JensChristianJensen_BirthRecord
7396. Jens Christian Jensen, “Denmark Church Records, 1484-1941,”
Line 7: Jens Christian Jensen, born February 13, 1854 and confirmed March 26, 1854. Son of Maren Jensen of Nybygtaarde (something related to Peder Slsen of Nylokke). Seems to say that his father was Jens Christian Jensen of Nybygtaarde, but I could be misreading it since I don’t know Danish.
File: JensChristianJensen_Confirmation
7397. “Sir Richard Chetwood,” Find-A-Grave,, 91778534.
7398. “Dorothy Needham Chetwood,” Find-A-Grave,, 130707316.
7399. “Sir Robert Needham,” Find-A-Grave,, 92100570.
7400. “Frances Aston Needham,” Find-A-Grave,, 111537158.
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