Genealogy Buff - Obituary and Death Notices Collection from Isanti County, Minnesota

GenealogyBuff.com - making genealogy simpler; a free genealogy surname research tool that reaches for data from all over.


Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary and Death Notice Collection
(Obits and death notices from various funeral homes in the Cambridge, Bradford, Athens, Stanford, Isanti, Braham, and Wyanett, Minnesota areas.)

First Name: Last Name:


[ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Msg ] [ Read Next Msg ]

Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary and Death Notices Collection

Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary Collection - 35

Posted By: GenealogyBuff
Date: Monday, 20 June 2011, at 7:23 p.m.

Ruth Hendrickson

Ruth Hendrickson, 98, of Cambridge, died Sunday, January 18, 2004 at Grandview Christian Home.

A memorial service was held Jan. 24 at First Baptist Church with Rev. Alden Lynch and Rev. David Widerski officiating. Organist was Carol Forsythe, with music provided by grandsons, Dennis Nelson and Joel Hendrickson. Interment was at Cambridge Union Cemetery.

She was born February 14, 1905 in Watson, MN, to John and Marie (Adamson) Peterson and was one of 11 children. She Married Ole Hendrickson in 1924. They raised their six children on a farm near Montevideo, MN. After moving to Cambridge in 1968, Ruth worked as a supper cook for nine years at Grandview Christian Home. After her husband died in 1973, she rented out rooms to single girls who needed a place to stay. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Cambridge. God gave her the gifts of hospitality and kindness. She cooked many meals for family, friends, and families in need. Her grandchildren will not soon forget her Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas preparations. She made many hand-tied quilts for family members as well as doing knitting and crocheting projects to share with others. She enjoyed reading until she suffered severe vision loss.

Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, husband Ole, 10 brothers and sisters and their spouses, as well as granddaughter, Debra Hines.

She is survived by children: Lowell (Marceline) of San Diego, CA, Muriel (Clifford) Widerski of St. Paul, Ina (Ronald) Nelson of Elbow Lake, MN, Ray (Dorothy) of Bloomington, MN, Weldon (Priscilla) of Cambridge and Wanda (Norm) Hansen of Duluth; grandchildren: Karna Tanis, David Widerski, Beth Wilson, Dennis Nelson, Cindy Nyquist, Wayne Hendrickson, Chuck Berke, Joel Hendrickson, Janet Berg, Jon Hendrickson, Joyce Osborne, Mark Hansen, and Dean Hansen; and 34 great-grandchildren.

Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

Richard Hardy

Richard Gordon Hardy, 80, of Cambridge, died January 13, 2004 at Bethesda Rehabilitation Hospital in Minneapolis. He had been hospitalized since Thanksgiving Day.

Services were Jan. 19 at First Baptist Church in Cambridge.

He was born July 20, 1923 in Marshall, MN. He graduated from Marshall High School and Macalester College and held a Masters Degree in education from the University of Minnesota. He married Claudia Bernice Larson on June 21, 1946. Richard Hardy taught music and social studies in Dassel, Minnesota for five years before moving his family to Cambridge in 1953 where he headed the high school music department. He became known as the kind of music teacher who invested in the lives of students. He organized band carnivals and local parades and chaperoned the annual senior trip. He retired from teaching in 1985 and was elected to the school board, which he chaired until he resigned Jan. 2 of this year for health reasons. He was active in church and community affairs including the Minnesota Education Association, Lions Club and the state Resource Board.

Surviving are Claudia, his wife of 57 years; sons Steven of Indianapolis, IN, and Robert of St. Louis, MO; daughter Patricia Riley of Puyallup, WA; sister Margaret Brull of Scotsdale, AZ; and seven grandchildren.

Memorial gifts may be sent to Dollars for Scholars, the local scholarship fund (Cambridge-Isanti Schools, 315 Seven Lane NE, Cambridge, MN 55008 ) or to Overseas Council, a Christian organization that serves training programs for national church leadership in developing countries (P.O. Box 17368, Indianapolis, IN 46217).

Thelma Kraft

Thelma Kraft, 90 of Cambridge, died January 27, 2004 at Grandview Christian Home. Services are pending. For service information call Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge at 763-689-2244.

Donn Becklin

Donn Becklin died January 12, 2004 at the age of 73. He was a gentle soul and will be missed by all.

A memorial service was held Jan. 17 from Cambridge Lutheran Church with Rev. Erling Tungseth and Rev. Dennis Tollefson officiating. Mary Falk, accompanied by Elaine Johnson, sang “One Day At a Time” and “Precious Lord Take My Hand.” Interment was in Cambridge Lutheran Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Cambridge Lutheran Church. Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

Donn Alden Becklin was born May 3, 1930, in Cambridge, MN, the third of seven children, to Paul Reuben and Harriet Becklin. Following his 1948 graduation from Cambridge High School, Donn was employed as a surveyor for Isanti County. In 1950, he joined the National Guard and a year later was put on active duty during the Korean War. After a move to N.E. Minneapolis, Donn worked for Midland Coop, then following his oldest brother Bob’s footsteps, he went to work as a postal clerk at the St. Paul Post Office. Later, he rode the rails of the Milwaukee Road, sorting mail between St. Paul and Chicago. However, without a doubt, the job that he enjoyed the most was working as the manager of the charcoal plant in Isanti for Royal Oak Industries, from which he retired. Donn was united in marriage to another Cambridge High School graduate, Ruth Stanius, June 11, 1952. For their first 10 years of married life, they lived in Minneapolis, returning to Cambridge in 1962 to raise their two daughters and son in the same neighborhood where he had grown up. Throughout his lifetime, Donn was very involved, most often behind the scenes, in many areas of Cambridge Lutheran Church and the Cambridge and Isanti communities. Donn’s faith in a loving God was the cornerstone of his life. He was a devoted husband, loving father, and adoring grandfather.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Ruth; children, Vicki (Larry) Ostrom of Cambridge, Glori (Craig) Sundberg of Mahtomedi, and Craig (Janet) Becklin of North Branch; grandchildren, Erik (20) and Bjork (17) Ostrom, Leif Sundberg (14), and Christopher (15), Matthew (12), and Megan (5) Becklin; siblings, Robert (Joyce) Becklin, Gilbert (Angie) Becklin, Lynn (Lois) Becklin, Eric (Annie) Becklin, Eileen (George) Wilkie, and Galen (Karonne) Becklin; many nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends who loved him.

Ruth Hendrickson

Ruth E. Hendrickson, 98, of Cambridge died January 18, 2004 at Grandview Christian Home.

Ruth is survived by her children Lowell (Marcy) of San Diego, CA; Muriel (Cliff) Widerski of St. Paul; Ina (Ronald) Nelson of Elbow Lake, MN; Ray (Dorothy) of Bloomington, MN, Weldon (Pricilla) of Cambridge, and Wanda (Norman) Hansen of Duluth

Memorial service will be Saturday, January 24, 2004, at 1 PM, at First Baptist Church in Cambridge. Interment will be in the Cambridge Union Cemetery.

Arrangements are with the Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

Laura Walker

Laura Marvel Walker, 76, of Cambridge, formerly of Winnebago, passed died January 17, 2004 at Fairview-University Hospital in Minneapolis.

A Memorial Service was Jan. 21 from Cambridge Lutheran Church with Rev. Erling Tungseth officiating. Organist was Mary Kay O’Neill. Interment was in Cambridge Lutheran Cemetery.

She was born August 29, 1927 to Conrad and Celia (Ferell) Reineccius on the farm her grandfather homesteaded in rural Cambridge, MN. Laura was baptized as an infant in the Lutheran faith. She grew up on the home farm, attended country school and graduated from Cambridge High School. She went on to the University of Minnesota and completed the nursing program. Upon graduation she began her career as a nurse. On March 31, 1951 she married Earl Walker in St. Paul, MN. The couple made their home on his family farm where they lived for 25 years. After raising three kids on the farm she decided to move back to her family farm and lived there for many more years even after retiring. Laura was a longtime member of Cambridge Lutheran Church and also attended Trinity Lutheran Church in Blue Earth while living in Winnebago. She was a talented artist, was quite involved with the local artist group and had many shows with her paintings. She was an avid flower and vegetable gardener, was well read, and enjoyed reading many kinds of books.

She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Leona Shulstad, Lucille Kehn, Luverne Sanstrom, Lula Peterson, and brothers Robert and Raymond Reineccius.

Laura is survived by children Alene (John) Lind of Golden CO; Connie (Paul) Walker-Pearson of Cambridge; Ken (Sandi) Walker of Colorado Springs, CO; grandchildren Paul Lind, Ken Walker Jr., Katie Walker and Joey Walker; many step grandchildren and step great grandchildren; sisters Luella Lee, Lillian Wetther, Peggy Coffin all of Cambridge, brothers R. Ted (Kathy) Reineccius of Princeton; Russell (Marilyn) Reineccius of Cambridge, and Richard Reineccius of Lodz, Poland.

Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

Herman Bohman

Herman Walter Bohman, 62, of Bigfork, formerly of Isanti County, died as a result of congestive heart failure at his winter home in Los Indios, TX, January 11, 2004.

Funeral services were held Jan. 16 from Long Lake Lutheran Church with Rev. Howard Skulstad officiating. Moriah Steumpges, accompanied by Kristy Anderson, provided the music. Pallbearers were Dennis Yaggy, Galen Storm, Mike Martin, Terry Peterson, Tommy Peterson, and Doug Harnden. Interment was in Long Lake Community Cemetery. Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

He was born February 28, 1941 in Chisago County, MN, to Alice and Walter Bohman. He was raised in Marine on the St. Croix, where he attended grade school. He also attended high school in Stillwater, MN. Herman married his wife, Patty, in 1961. Together, they moved to rural Isanti where they began to raise a family and helped build a community with his skills in automotives and custom home building. He educated everyone around him with his great knowledge. The family moved to Bigfork, MN in 1979 where he continued to work until 1983, when his health began to fail and he then retired. In the summer, he enjoyed fishing and relaxing at his lake home with his family and friends. In the winter months, they traveled to Texas and enjoyed their many friends (and more fishing) up until his death.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his father, Walter Bohman.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia (Colburn) of 42 years; sons, Robert (Kathy) of Bigfork, Rick (Janie) of Isanti, Jeff (Mindy) of Milaca, and Tim (Bobbi) of Bigfork; 12 grandchildren, four great-granddaughters; mother, Alice Bohman of Marine; sister, Sonja (Ronald) True of Cushing, WI; and brother, Clifton ‘Kip’ (Linda) of Marine.

“Herman never met a stranger who didn’t become a friend.

He will be greatly missed and loved always

by many family and friends.”Herman Walter Bohman, 62, of Bigfork, formerly of Isanti County, died as a result of congestive heart failure at his winter home in Los Indios, TX, January 11, 2004.

Funeral services were held Jan. 16 from Long Lake Lutheran Church with Rev. Howard Skulstad officiating. Moriah Steumpges, accompanied by Kristy Anderson, provided the music. Pallbearers were Dennis Yaggy, Galen Storm, Mike Martin, Terry Peterson, Tommy Peterson, and Doug Harnden. Interment was in Long Lake Community Cemetery. Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

He was born February 28, 1941 in Chisago County, MN, to Alice and Walter Bohman. He was raised in Marine on the St. Croix, where he attended grade school. He also attended high school in Stillwater, MN. Herman married his wife, Patty, in 1961. Together, they moved to rural Isanti where they began to raise a family and helped build a community with his skills in automotives and custom home building. He educated everyone around him with his great knowledge. The family moved to Bigfork, MN in 1979 where he continued to work until 1983, when his health began to fail and he then retired. In the summer, he enjoyed fishing and relaxing at his lake home with his family and friends. In the winter months, they traveled to Texas and enjoyed their many friends (and more fishing) up until his death.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his father, Walter Bohman.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia (Colburn) of 42 years; sons, Robert (Kathy) of Bigfork, Rick (Janie) of Isanti, Jeff (Mindy) of Milaca, and Tim (Bobbi) of Bigfork; 12 grandchildren, four great-granddaughters; mother, Alice Bohman of Marine; sister, Sonja (Ronald) True of Cushing, WI; and brother, Clifton ‘Kip’ (Linda) of Marine.

“Herman never met a stranger who didn’t become a friend.

He will be greatly missed and loved always by many family and friends.”

Isabel Wicht

Isabel Liza Wicht, 90 of Cambridge, died January 15, 2004 at Cambridge Medical Center.

A Mass of Christian Burial was held Jan. 17 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Isanti with Father Jose Edayadiyil as celebrant. Gail Genin, Tony Jambor and Leona Jacques served as musicians. Pallbearers were Paul, Robert, Gene and Ron Wicht, Phil Frischmon and Tony Jambor. Interment was in Green Lawn Cemetery at Verndale, Minnesota. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Strike Funeral Home - Isanti Chapel.

She was born March 12, 1913 at Moran Township in Todd County, MN to Paul and Emma Mudek. She was raised on a farm just south of Staples and attended a country school. On June 12, 1934 Isabel married Emil August Wicht at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Staples. They farmed near Swanville and then near Staples until 1946 when Emil lost his hand in a farming accident. They moved to Duluth in 1947 where they lived for a year before returning to their farm. They made their home on the farm until 1989 when Emil passed away. Isabel stayed on the farm until 1999 when she moved to River Hills in Cambridge. In her younger years, Isabel loved to dance. She loved her farming life and liked raising chickens and geese. Isabel also enjoyed gardening, making quilts and afghans, embroidering and crocheting. Above all, she loved being a mother and raising her four sons.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Raymond Mudek; sister, Ann Klar; grandson, Brian Wicht and daughter-in-law, Wilma Wicht.

Isabel will be lovingly remembered by her sons, Paul (Betty) of Verndale; Robert (Joan) of Isanti; Gene (Diane) of Isanti; Ron (Kathy) of Isanti; by 16 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren.

Dr. Myron Malecha

Dr. Myron Joseph Malecha, 57, of Isanti passed away peacefully January 19, 2004, at his home after a courageous six month battle with cancer. He was surrounded by the love and comfort of his family.

Visitation will be Friday, Jan. 23 from 4 – 8 P.M. at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Isanti. Mass Of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24 at the church with Fr. Jose Edayadiyil, Fr. Richard McGuire and Fr. Frank Tomasiewicz as celebrants. Musicians are Gail Genin, Jeannie Malecha, Ken Mouhler, Leona Jacques and Jim Sprehlke. Pallbearers are Matthew Dempsey, Nicholas Fuhol, Ronald Hanson, Fred Hertwig, Jerroll Hillesheim, Jeffery Price, Mark Pochernic and Gregory Sitka. Interment will be in East Bradford Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of the Strike Funeral Home – Isanti Chapel.

He was born October 26, 1946 to Joseph and Rose Malecha. He attended the University Of Minnesota Medical School, including the Psychiatric Residency Program. He graduated in 1984. He practiced Psychiatry in the northern suburbs, including Anoka, Coon Rapids and Cambridge. He was a dedicated, caring and compassionate doctor. Myron was the organist for many years at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Isanti. He loved playing his accordion, driving his tractors, gardening and his work, but most of all his family.

He is survived by beloved wife, Cathy (Hillesheim) Malecha; son, Steve (Amy) Chesney; daughter, Lisa Machuka; sons, Joseph and Matthew; stepson, Eric Odegaard; daughter, Katchen; brother, Dr. Gary (Linda) Malecha; sister, Jeannie (Melvin) Malecha; granddaughter, Erinne; parents, Joseph and Rose Malecha; and many other loving relatives and friends.

“He was admired by all who knew him and will be greatly missed.”

Dennis Ehman

Dennis Everette Ehman, 69, of Isanti died January 17, 2004 at Cambridge Medical Center.

Funeral services will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22 at Strike Funeral Home – Isanti Chapel with Rev. LeRoy Scheumann officiating. A visitation will be held from 4 p.m. until the time of service Thursday at the funeral home. Doyle Peck will serve as musician. Laura Seim will sign to “I Can Only Imagine” by Mercy Me. Pallbearers will be Don Brisse, Rick Ehman, Peter Hall, Mark Sanford, Nick Sanford and Brian Seim. Interment will be in Assumption Catholic Cemetery in St. Cloud.

He was born June 22, 1934 in St. Paul, MN to Byron and Viola Ehman. He was raised in St. Paul and at the age of 16 joined the Army National Guard. Dennis then served his country in the U.S. Army in Korea. After his time of service he returned to St. Paul. On January 30, 1959 he married Evelyn (Toni) Hopkins at Mason City, Iowa. They made their home in St. Paul and Dennis worked in construction and then in electroplating. He then started his own upholstery business as well as a locksmith business. Dennis and Toni lived in Zimmerman for over 20 years and have made Isanti their home since 1995. They also had a home on Lake Minnewawa at McGregor where Dennis loved to spend time. Dennis was a very hard working man and also a very social person. He loved family gatherings and being with his friends. He also enjoyed traveling, woodworking, fishing, watching boxing, cooking, fixing things and wintering in Texas. He was a member of Rum River VFW Post 2735 of Isanti and of Howard McCarty American Legion Post 290 of Cambridge. He was also a charter member of the Zimmerman Lions Club, a board member of Blue Hill Township, a Sherburne County Planning Commissioner and a fire warden.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Byron Ehman and Viola and Albert Halbauer, and sisters, Carol Brown and Virginia Michlitsch.

Dennis will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Toni; son, Mike (Mary) Ehman of Princeton; daughters, Laura (Brian) Seim of Watertown, S. D.; Deb (Don) Brisse of Andover; Dawn Sanford (Pete Hall) of St. Cloud; sister, Rose Marie Brashier of Madison, S. D.; grandchildren, Rick (Jen) Ehman, Jennifer Carlson, Christine and Tom Ehman, Sue Brisse, Mark and Nick Sanford and Tanya Hall; and great-grandsons, Jonah and Jordan Carlson.

In lieu of flowers, memorials would be appreciated.

Ronald Skogerboe

Ronald Duane Skogerboe, 69, of Braham, formerly of Isanti, died January 18, 2004 at Cambridge Medical Center.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 22 at the Strike Funeral Home – Isanti Chapel with Rev. Valerie Brown-Greenly officiating. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 4 – 8 p.m. Mary Falk will be the soloist and Mary Kay O’Neil will be the organist. Pallbearers are John Dulmage, Jim Dupay, Mike Herman, Cedric Suchy, Joe Vian, Stan Vian, Thorman Vian, Jr. and Wade King. Interment will be in Athens Lutheran Cemetery.

He was born October 13, 1934 at Austin, MN, to John and Marie Skogerboe. As a young child his family moved to Isanti and he attended Cambridge-Isanti schools. Ronald then moved to Minneapolis. On February 11, 1972 he married Marlene Snodgrass. They made their home at Ham Lake for a year and then moved to Isanti where they lived for 29 years. He was employed by American Hoist and Derrick in Minneapolis for 30 years and then Caterpillar Paving Products in Osseo for 12 years. He retired in 1995 because of his health. In 2002 they moved to Braham. Besides enjoying his grandchildren he enjoyed deer hunting and watching football on TV.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his son, E.J. and his brother-in-law, Thorman Vian, Sr.

He is survived by his wife, Marlene; daughters, Anne LeSeur of Bentonville, Arkansas, Rhonda (Mike) Herman of Braham; sons, William of Bentonville, Arkansas; Jeff and Steve both of Minneapolis; step-sons, Lonnie Short and William (Chantel) Short all of Webster City, Iowa; sister-in-law, Marjorie Vian of Brainerd; grandchildren, David, Karla, Jimmy, Corey, Courtney, Amy, Ashley and Ian; and great-grandson, Noah.

Geneva Olson

Geneva Loretta Olson, 94, of Isanti passed died January 3, 2004 at Auburn Manor Care Center in Chaska.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24 at Faith Lutheran Church in Isanti with Rev. Valerie Brown-Greenly officiating. Carol Affeldt and Kristy Anderson will serve as musicians. Geneva’s nephews are honorary pallbearers. Interment will be in Long Lake Community Cemetery at a later date. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Strike Funeral Home – Isanti Chapel.

She was born February 20, 1909 at home in St. Paul, MN to Emil and Emma Peterson. One year later, their family moved to Bradford Township in Isanti County. Geneva graduated from Cambridge High School in 1927 and from Minneapolis Business School in 1929. She then worked for 20 years at First State Bank of Isanti. On May 21, 1949 Geneva married Sam C. Olson. They made their home at Rush Point until Sam’s death in 1960. On August 4, 1962 she married Anton F. Olson and they made their home in Isanti. Anton passed away in 1978 and Geneva remained in Isanti until 2001 when she moved to Chaska. Geneva was a member of Faith Lutheran Church where she was very active over the years. She served her church though baking cakes for numerous funerals, counting offering and being involved in Lois Circle. She also volunteered at the gift shop in the hospital in Cambridge. Geneva loved being a hostess, entertaining and visiting with friends and family. She also enjoyed flowers and gardening.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Sam C. Olson and Anton F. Olson; brothers, Avery C. Peterson and Carl H. Peterson; and her sister, Dorothy C. Lindberg.

Survivors include her niece, Carol (Jim) Affeldt of Chaska; nephews, Warren (Mary Jane) Lindberg of Lockport, IL; Bill (Lori) Peterson of Apple Valley; Dale (Geri) Peterson of Rosemount; Darrell (Peach) Peterson of Isanti; Harold (Connie) Peterson of New Brighton and Jim Peterson of Apache Junction, Arizona; and by a sister-in-law, Dorothy Peterson of Isanti.

1880 United States Federal Census Search (free)

[ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Msg ] [ Read Next Msg ]

Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary and Death Notices Collection is maintained by GenealogyBuff with WebBBS 5.12.


Search ALL Deaths, Burials, Cemeteries & Obituaries


Social Security Death Index Search

STATE OBITUARY ARCHIVES:

Alabama  - Alaska  - Arizona  - Arkansas  - California  - Colorado  - Connecticut  - Delaware  - Florida  - Georgia  - Hawaii  - Idaho  - Illinois  - Indiana  - Iowa  - Kansas  - Kentucky  - Louisiana  - Maine  - Maryland  - Massachusetts  - Michigan  - Minnesota  - Mississippi  - Missouri  - Montana  - Nebraska  - Nevada  - New Hampshire  - New Jersey  - New Mexico  - New York  - North Carolina  - North Dakota  - Ohio  - Oklahoma  - Oregon  - Pennsylvania  - Rhode Island  - South Carolina  - South Dakota  - Tennessee  - Texas  - Utah  - Vermont  - Virginia  - Washington  - West Virginia  - Wisconsin  - Wyoming
United Kingdom



STATE MARRIAGES SEARCH ENGINES:

Alabama  - Arizona  - Arkansas  - Connecticut  - Georgia  - Idaho  - Indiana  - Iowa  - Kansas  - Kentucky  - Louisiana  - Maryland  - Massachusetts  - Michigan  - Mississippi  - Missouri  - Nebraska  - New York  - North Carolina  - Ohio  - Pennsylvania  - South Carolina  - Tennessee  - Texas  - Virginia  - West Virginia


Search ALL Obituaries in Ancestry.com Databases:

AL - AK - CA - CO - CT - DE - FL - GA - HI - IA - ID - IL - IN - KS - KY - LA - MA - MD - ME - MI - MN - MO - MS - MT - NC - ND - NE - NH - NJ - NM - NV - NY - OH - OK - OR - PA - RI - SC - SD - TN - TX - UT - VA - VT - WA - WI - WV - WY


 









From GenealogyArchives.com:

Death Records

Cemetery Records

Obituary Records

Marriage Records

Birth Records

Divorce Records

Vital Records



Show ALL Obituary Collections

User-Contributed Genealogy Data Forum

User-Contributed Obituary Forum

Library of Genealogy Files

United States Newspaper Directory

United States Counties

United States Cities


SEARCH OTHER OBITUARY ARCHIVES:

AL - AK - CA - CO - CT - DE - FL
GA - HI - IA - ID - IL - IN - KS
KY - LA - MA - MD - ME - MI - MN
PA - MS - MT - NE - NC - ND - NH
NJ - NM - NV - NY - OH - OK - PA
RI - SC - SD - TN - TX - UT - VA
VT - WA - WI - WV - WY


1880USCensus.com - MortalitySchedules.com - SSDI-Search.com - Surname Search Utility - GenLookups.com - Marriage Search Engines
Return to Main Page



This is a Genealogy site.