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    1 d. 2-6-1896 Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    2 d. 3-5-1913 Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    3 d. 4-22-1888 Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    4 d. 7-24-1899 Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    5 d. 7-7-1895 Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    6 m. 2nd Mary Porter DeCamp Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    7 m. Ann Elizabeth Brigs(?) Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    8 m. Cometine Layton Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    9 m. Garrett Biggs Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    10 m. Harriet Eick Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    11 m. John Smith Rowland, Mary E. (I15202)
     
    12 m. Martin Biggs Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    13 m. Phobe Savoehorts Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    14 m. Susan Alpock Moore, Mary Margaretta (I15173)
     
    15 Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that I had the Mormon library send me the microfilm from the parish church in Darmstadt, Germany where Johann Peter Appleman and Anna Magdalena Diekerhoff attended church. I found the Priest's records a
    little hard to read because they are written in the old German script but the names are very readable as well as the dates. 
    Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    16 Fanny Aber was a great-great granddaughter of Elizabeth Wintermute, the Emigrator's daughter, and Peter, her husband, was a great grandson of George Wintermute, the eldest son of the Emigrator. Aber, Fanny (I1774)
     
    17 Frederick was listed January, 1783, as being a member of the Reformed Association od Hardwick. He served as constable for Hardwick Township, Sussex County, New Jersey, in 1776. He is on record for supplying services and supplies during the
    American Revolution in 1780 and 1781. George Windemuth named Frederick Snover as one of "my trusty friends". 
    Snover, Frederick (I6807)
     
    18 had children: Rowland, Mary E. (I15202)
     
    19 I found your entries under Google on the internet and because church records show Anna Magdalena as a Diekerhoff, I really don't think using her name as Pickle is correct and may be confusing to others reseaching her. We have other items that
    also use the name Diekerhoff. 
    Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    20 I have the priest's recording of Anna Magdalena Diekerhoff's confirmation in 1690 and also that of her sister, Anna Maria Diekerhoff in 1682. Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    21 John Smith m. Margaret Lain Rowland, Mary E. (I15202)
     
    22 Most of my history on the Appleman's comes directly from Appleman's now living in Bloomsburg, PA. who are also descendants of Johann and Anna Magdalena. They have original parchment land records etc. We saw these when we made a visit there and
    also was able to visit the site of Peter Appleman's farm and also the cemetery (Old and new Rosemont). There is a story about Peter Appleman b. July 5, 1784. He had so much land that it took him 3 days to walk from one side to the other and he
    gave the church a gold brick on the pastor's desk for his tithes and offerings for the year. 
    Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    23 Peter was a temperance Republican and he and wife were members of the Presbyterian Church. In the spring of 1898 there was a new postoffice established at the Foundry, named Wintermute, of which he was commissioned as first Postmaster. Aber, Fanny (I1774)
     
    24 The next find I made was the record of the marriage of Johann Peter Appleman and Anna Magdalena Diekerhoff on Feb. 7, 1700. That is on page 426 of the records. Some of the page numbers are not legible. Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    25 Then I found the priest entry on April 2, 1701 recording the birth of their 1st child Johann Peter-----then April 2, 1702, Johann Michael-----then Dec. 19, 1703, Elisabeth, also birth records of Anna Catherina Dec. 4,1705-----Maria Catherina
    March 13,1707----Johann Daniel July 26, 1708. 
    Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    26 You can find these records on "Europe film area 1347169 item 3-4". If you go to the Mormon family center, they can give you a booklet on reading the old German script which makes it easier to spot these names. They can also order the microfilm
    for you. 
    Ableman, Johan Balthazar /Appleman (I15081)
     
    27
     
    LEWIS, Thomas Jefferson (I171)
     
    28
    Name:
    Pfc Russell Clark Wintermute

    Birth Date:
    10 May 1891

    Death Date:
    23 Nov 1965

    Death Place:
    Los Angeles County, California, United States of America

    Cemetery:
    Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery

    Burial or Cremation Place:
    San Diego, San Diego County, California, United States of America

    Spouse:
    Elizabeth Wintermute
     
    WINTERMUTE, Russel Clark (I421)
     
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    Ship Name: Cassin
    Ship Type: DD
    Hull Number: 372
    Ship Type Full: Destroyer
    Year: 1939
    Document Type: Report of Changes
    Month: October
    Day: 19
    Page Number: 3
    Full Name: Maykoski, Edward Stanley
    Enlistment Year: 1936
    Enlistment Place: San Francisco, Calif
    Title/Collection: Pearl Harbor Muster Rolls
    Content Source: NARA (Bureau of Navy Personnel)  
    MAYKOSKI, Edward Stanley (I244)
     
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    Ship Name: Farragut
    Ship Type: DD
    Hull Number: 348
    Ship Type Full: Destroyer
    Year: 1939
    Document Type: Report of Changes
    Month: October
    Day: 31
    Page Number: 4
    Full Name: Maykoski, Edward S
    Enlistment Year: 1936
    Enlistment Place: San Francisco, Calif  
    MAYKOSKI, Edward Stanley (I244)
     
    31
    SSN: 551105170

    Branch 1: ARMY

    Enlistment Date 1: 5 Jul 1918

    Release Date 1: 16 Dec 1919
     
    BROPHY, Lynn Atkinson (I1033)
     
    32 Guy 18 m PA Snover, Nathan G. (I15129)
     
    33 Mary 13 f PA Snover, Nathan G. (I15129)
     
    34 Olive 6 f PA Snover, Nathan G. (I15129)
     
    35 Sarah 16 f PA Snover, Nathan G. (I15129)
     
    36 d. 5-28-18__ Rowland, Mary E. (I15202)
     
    37

    S. Wayne Heinzman

    Wayne Heinzman, age 86, of Phillips, died Sunday, January 17, 2010, at Golden Living Center-Park Place in Grand Island.

    Funeral Services will be held 10:30 A.M., Thursday, January 21st at the Phillips United Methodist Church. Rev. Marta Wheeler will officiate. Interment will be in the Phillips Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 P.M. Wednesday at Higby-McQuiston Mortuary in Aurora. Condolences may be e-mailed to the family through the mortuary website at www.higbymortuary.com.

    OBITUARY: S. WAYNE HEINZMAN

    Scott Wayne Heinzman, the son of Scott Earl and Maude (Ellen) Heinzman, was born on the family farm in rural Phillips, Nebraska on October 10, 1923 and died in Grand Island, Nebraska on January 17, 2010, at the age of 86.

    He grew up in on the family farm and graduated from Phillips High School. On August 21, 1944, he was united in marriage to Joan Virginia Marlatt at Bellvue, Kansas.

    Wayne went to work for his father at S.E. Heinzman & Sons in 1942. In 1953, the company was moved to Grand Island. The company evolved into Heinzman Engineering, Inc. The business was sold in 1987. After that, Wayne continued to farm and mow fairways at Indian Head Golf Course.

    Wayne was a member of the Phillips United Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge Keystone #62 A.F. & A.M., Grand Island Eagles, Grand Island Elks, the Platt-Duetsche, the N.R.A, Riverside County Club and Lochland Country Club. He loved to play golf and ride his motorcycles. Wayne made many trips up to Sturgis, South Dakota. Wayne was a pilot and loved to fly family and friends in his airplane. He was a faithful Husker fan to both the Basketball and Football teams.

    He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Scott Lee Heinzman; two brothers, Dale and Warren Heinzman and two sisters, Doris Phillips and Beatrice Shomshor.

    Those left to cherish his memory are his wife, Joan Heinzman of Phillips; son, John (Isabelle) Heinzman of Phillips; daughter Pat Heinzman of Grand Island; 4 granddaughters, Gretchen Ellen Heinzman of Lincoln, Nicole Myers of York, Anna Christine (Brad) Hunter of Sanford, North Carolina and Tracy Lynn (Doug) Hill of Grand Island; 6 great-grandchildren, Damia Joan Hill, Nicholas Lyle Grubb, twins, Devon and Tristan Hill, Keenan Scott Myers and John Jackson Hunter and many nieces, nephews, family members and friends.


     
    Heinzman, Scott Wayne (I3643)
     
    38  DUNNING, Kate (I20)
     
    39  THOMAS, Robert Hanson (I21)
     
    40  THOMAS, Robert Hanson (I21)
     
    41  THOMAS, Robert Hanson (I21)
     
    42  THOMAS, Robert Hanson (I21)
     
    43  THOMAS, Robert Hanson (I21)
     
    44  WOLFE, Peter Marcellus (I29)
     
    45  WOLFE, Peter Marcellus (I29)
     
    46  WOLFE, Peter Marcellus (I29)
     
    47  PUCKETT, John Campbell (I97)
     
    48  LEWIS, Thomas Jefferson (I171)
     
    49  LEWIS, Thomas Jefferson (I171)
     
    50  LEWIS, Thomas Jefferson (I171)
     

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