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151 Washington Post, November 20, 2012

LaVonne Albrecht Herring. Beloved wife of the late Col. William A. Herring, Sr., mother of Toni Herring of Alexandria, VA and William A. Herring, Jr. of Valparaiso, IN, passed away at her home in Alexandria, VA on October 28, 2012 with family at her side. She is survived by her two children, six grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren; two nephews, two nieces and their children and grandchildren. Mrs. Herring, a longtime resident of the area, was truly loved and will be sorely missed by every who knew her. Funeral services will be held at Arlington National Cemetery in the near future where she will be interred with her husband. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The , P.O. Box 96011, Washington, DC, 20090-6011. 
LaVonne Albrecht
152 David Lewis Albright, dearly loved husband of Iris Jo Ann Lowe Albright, passed from this life on Dec. 31, 2009, after a courageous battle with brain cancer.

He was born Dec. 7, 1944, in Berkeley County, the only child of the late Herman Lewis Albright and the late Mildred Frye Albright.

Mr. Albright is a graduate of Martinsburg High School and the University of South Carolina. He was a commissioned officer and aviator in the United States Navy.

He later enjoyed employment in the printing industry, most notably with Doubleday & Co. Inc., being plant manager of the facilities in Berryville, Va., and Smithsburg, Md. In more recent years, he worked in distribution and logistics for companies in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and Nevada. Mr. Albright was last employed as a member of the management team at The Home Depot, just prior to his illness.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. this Sunday evening at Brown Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Monday, Jan. 4, 2010, at St. John's Lutheran Church with Pastor James D. Riley Jr. presiding. Military graveside services will be at Rosedale Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Panhandle, Berkeley Senior Services or the American Brain Tumor Association. 
David Lewis Albright
153 Frederick Post, June 17, 1938

Mrs. Florence Ridgeway, wife of Clarence L. Ridgeway, Brunswick, died suddenly Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, while visiting relatives at Glen Burnie, aged about 50 years. Cause of death was a cerebral hemorrhage.

She is survived by her husband and the following children: Harry and Milliard Anderson, of Frederick by a previous marriage, and Ralph, Asyle and Paul Ridgeway at home. Several brothers and sisters also survive. They are: Frank Albright, Hagerstown; William Albright, Knoxville; John Albright, Frederick; Mrs. Daisy Albright, Frederick; Mrs. Vera Mills, Brunswick.

Funeral will be held from the funeral parlor at Brunswick Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with services in charge of Rev. Samuel A. Kipe. Interment in Park Heights Cemetery. C.H. Feete and Son , funeral directors. 
Florence N. Albright
154 1. Died Feb, year unknown.
Mary Ann Alder
155 Duaine George Alderman, 79, of Lawson, MO passed away Thursday April 29, 2010 at Valley Manor Rehabilitation Center in Excelsior Springs MO.

Born July 23 1930 in Table Rock NE, he was the son of George Walter and Sylvia Marie (Shepherd) Alderman. On December 10 1960 in Holton KS he was married to Opal Irene O'Roke who survives.

Also surviving are three children, Larry Alderman and wife Vickie of Kearney MO, Marie Wiltfong and husband Bud of Lawson MO and Myra Browning of Kansas City MO; one step-son, Terry Newell and wife Janet of Lathrop MO; a step-son-in-law, Michael Hudlemeyer of Kansas City MO; three brothers, Walter Alderman and wife Betty of Omaha NE, Darreld Alderman and wife Delores of Independence MO and Byford Alderman of Kansas City KS; one sister, Shrie Henrichsen and husband Jack of Pawnee City NE; 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a step-daughter, Sharon Hudlemeyer; one brother, Arthur Alderman and one sister, Lucille Clark.

Mr. Alderman attended rural schools in Nebraska. He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict serving in the United States Army. In 1952 he moved to Kansas City, MO and worked in various employments before going to work for the Ford Motor Company in Claycomo from where he retired in 1990.

Duaine was a member of the Full Gospel Church in Excelsior Springs having been involved in several remodeling projects of the church. He was also a member of the UAW #249 in Claycomo and the American Legion of Liberty. He enjoyed gardening and cars, but most of all spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Monday May 3 2010 at 10am at Polley Funeral Home in Lawson MO. Burial with military honors will follow in Lawson Cemetery. Visitation is Sunday evening 6-8pm at the funeral home. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society.

Arrangements by Polley Funeral Home, 816-580-7704, 
Duaine George Alderman
156 Alderman \emdash Mark L., 41, Fairbury, died Monday (11/8/93). Born at Superior. Superintendent,of the Fairbury Public Schools.

Survivors: wife, Cindy, Fairbury; sons, Ben, Daniel, both Fairbury; daughter, Sara, Fairbury; brothers, Bruce, Lincoln, Gordon, Dallas, Doug, San Jose, Calif.; sister, Sheila Reinke, Omaha; father, Walter, St. Paul; grandfather, Orin Spruling, Edgar; stepfather, Harlan Bohling, Deshler; stepbrothers, Randy Bohling, Deshler,
Tom Bohling, Davenport; stepsisters,Patty Elting, Edgar, Alison, Becky, Jill Alderman, all St. Paul; parents-in-law, Merlin and Donna Bohling, Davenport; sister-in-
law, brother-in-law, Deb and Tim O'Callaghan, Hebron.

Services: 10 a.m. Thursday, Grace Lutheran Church, Fairbury. The Rev.Charles Schmidt. St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Davenport. No public viewing. Memorials to The Dr. Mark L. Alderman Scholarship Fund.

Traum-Vance-Gerdes Funeral Home, Fairbury. 
Mark L. Alderman
157 Grand island Independant, July 6, 2010

Walter A. Alderman, 86, of Omaha, formerly of St. Paul, died Saturday, July 3, 2010, at the Omaha Nursing Home in Omaha. Walter was born June 25, 1924, at Council Bluffs, Iowa, to George and Sylvia (Shepherd) Alderman.

He was united in marriage to Betty Lou (Pedersen) Samsula on March 22, 1963, at Kearney.

Survivors are: wife, Betty Lou Alderman of Omaha; daughters and sons-in-law, Alison Alderman-Dreher and Timothy Dreher of LaVista, Rebecca Alderman of Omaha, Jill and Kenn Anderson of LaVista, and Sheila and Craig Reinke of Omaha; sons and daughters-in-law, David Samsula of Omaha, Barry and Susan Samsula of Plano, Texas, Doug and Ann Alderman of Henderson, Nev., Gordon and Mary Alderman of DeSoto, Texas, and Bruce Alderman of McKinney, Texas; brothers and sister-in-law, Darreld and Delores Alderman of Independence, Mo. and Byford Alderman of Kansas City, Kan.; and sister and brother-in-law, Shrie and Jack Hinrichsen of Pawnee City; 21 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren and a host of friends and relatives.

As a young child, Walt moved to Table Rock with his family, where he grew up and graduated from Table Rock High School in 1942. After graduation he became interested in flying. As a result, he earned the name "Sky King." He enlisted, as a pilot, in the U.S. Navy's V-5 Cadet program in 1942, serving until his discharge in 1945, and then served in the Reserves from 1951 to 1954.

He received his teaching certificate from Kearney State College in 1962 and taught in rural schools near Kearney and Ord. He also ran his own radio and television repair shop and worked for Martin Guided Missiles, constructing countdown controls and auto pilots for the first Titan Missiles.

He began a career of crop dusting/aerial spraying and operated out of airports in Superior, Kearney and Ord. In 1966, he and his wife, Betty purchased land north of St. Paul and operated Walt's Aerial Spraying out of their own airport. They eventually added farming and custom combining to the business.

He retired from the aviation business in 1983 and moved his family into St. Paul and started farming on a full-time basis. In December 2007, Walt and Betty moved to Omaha to be closer to their family.

He was a member of the United Methodist Church, Carl Mogensen American Legion Post 119, the St. Paul Country Club and the Danish Brotherhood Lodge 113. He also served on the St. Paul School Board from 1985 to 1996, of which he was also a past president. He was the original founder of the Nebraska Aerial Trade Association, as well as a past president, treasurer and member of its board of directors. He was recognized as the NATA Airman of the Year in 1992.

He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Dr. Mark Alderman; sister, Lucille Clark; and brothers, Arthur and Duaine Alderman. 
Walter A. Alderman
158 Providence Journal (RI) - Wednesday, December 18, 1996

LOUISE A. HOGE, 89, of Blackstone Boulevard, died Saturday at Roger Williams Medical Center. She was the widow of Wallace W. Hoge.

Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Stuart Morgan Aldrich and the late Martha Louise (Blackwell) Aldrich, she lived in Summit, N.J., for 4 7years before returning to Providence in 1985. She had also lived for many years in the Warwick Neck section of Warwick.

Mrs. Hoge was a graduate of the Lincoln School. She was a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America, the English-Speaking Union, the Providence Art Club and the Rhode Island Zoological Society. She was a former member of the Agawam Hunt in East Providence, and the Dunes Club in Narragansett. She was a major donor to the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, and to numerous other organizations and charities.

She leaves three daughters, Martha H. Briscoe of Concord, Mass., Lucy H. Nordahl of Bethel, Maine, and Abby H. Csaplar of Holden, Mass.; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, Dec. 28, at 10 a.m. at Swan Point Cemetery Chapel, Blackstone Boulevard. 
Martha Louise Aldrich
159 Idaho Statesman, The (Boise, ID) - Friday, November 11, 2005

Jeanne Boehm, 65, Indian Valley, died Monday at home. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. November 19 at the Indian Valley Community Hall. Burial will follow at the Indian Valley Cemetery. Services under the direction of Thomason Funeral Home. 
Vivian Jeanne Aldrich
160 Harrisonburg Daily News Record, December 28, 1962

- Mrs. Lois Hackley Griffith, 54, one of the leaders of church and community life and a longtime newspaper correspondent for this area, died a 1:30 Thursday morning in Page Memorial Hospital. She had been ill for some time and a patient in several hospitals.

Mrs. Hackley, active in the Methodist church, was the past president of the Womans Society. She served the church in many roles. She was also very active in weekday religious education and was secretary of the Page county association.

For some years, she reported the news of Stanley for the Harrisonburg Daily News Record and the page News and Courier. She was proud of her community and wrote the praises of those who were responsible for improvement here.

Mrs. Griffith was the daughter of Mrs. Vernon Aleshire, of Luray, and the late Mr. Aleshire. Her first husband was the Rev. C. K. Hackley, a Methodist minister. Her second husband, Raymond Griffith, of Stanley, survives.

She also leaves a daughter, Mrs. Charles Richardson, of Falls Church, and a sister, Mrs. Nathan Spitler, of Luray.

A funeral service will be held Saturday at two from the Bradley funeral chapel, the Rev. Howard Smith officiating. Burial will be in Graves Chapel cemetery. Pallbearers will be members of the Stanley Methodist Mens Club.
Lois V. Aleshire
161 Obituary, Source Unknown

West Lafayette - Rollin E. Alexander, 80, of Fairview Manor died today in an area hospital after a short illness.

Born in Guernsey to Jessee and Rachel Bell Alexander, he had been a farmer 30 years, retired from General Electric Co. in 1969 and was employed by the Yankee Wire Co. until his death. He graduated from the Muskingum and Mt. Union Colleges, taught school in Post Boy and Brush Run schools and was a World War I veteran.

He was a member of West Lafayette United Methodist Church and American Legion and Planfield Grange and an avid bowler. His father was a Civil War veteran. His wife, Opal Werts Alexander, died in 1963.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Russell (Bonnie) Geese of Fresno and Mrs. James (Marna) Hazlett of here; a sister and brother, Mrs. Hollis Mayes of Canton and Harold of Necomerstown; six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. A son, eight sisters and four brothers are deceased.

Serivices are pending at Given Funeral Home here.

Funeral Notice, Source Unknown

West Lafayette - Services will be Tuesday at 2:30 in Unted Methodist Church for Rollin E. Alexander, 80, of Fariview Manor, who died Saturday.

Rev. Orville Wilson will officiate and burial will be in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery. The American Legion will hold military rites at the grave. Friends may call at Given Funeral Home here to day form 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. 
Rollin Everett Alexander
162 Oregon Statesman, November 29, 1973

Aggie A. Larson, 83, 3662 East Nob Hill St. SE, died Wednesday in a Salem nursing home.

A native of Iowa, she lived in Bend for many years before coming to Salem in 1964. She was a member of Morningside United Methodist Church and had done volunteer work at the Methodist Home. She was a retired nurse.

Survivors include daughters Ethel Jones and Helen Harris, both of Salem.

Services are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. 
Agnes Bell Alford
163 Morning Advociate, August 18, 1990

Alford S.C., Brother Max (James Andrew)\emdash Died Thursday, Aug. 16, 1990, at Ochsner Foundation in Metairie. He was 83, a native of Washington [Daviess Co.], Ind., and was stationed at Cor Jesu High School and Brother Martin High School in New Orleans since 1966.

Visiting at St. Stanislaus High School chapel, Bay St. Louis, Miss., noon until Mass of Christian Burial at 4 p.m. Saturday. Burial in Brothers Cemetery, Bay St. Louis, Miss.

Survived by a brother, Richard Alford, Spencer, Ind.; four sisters, Mrs. Cleo Brochin, Spencer, Ind., Mrs. Sarah Webber and Mrs. Rose Theroff, both of Washington, Ind., and Mrs. Lorena Walker, Fort Morgan, Colo.

Preceded in death by parents, T. [Thomas] Everett Alford and Rose Kiddwell Alford.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Brothers of the Sacred Heart Vocation Development Fund, 4540 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, 70122. McMahon-Coburn-Briede Funeral Home, New Orleans, in charge of arrangements. 
Brother Maximin James Andrew Alford
Portland, Multnomah Co, OR
Tuesday, 27 November 1984

Alford - Cecil H., of Portland; beloved father of Donna Jean Hodgin, Aurora; stepfather of John P. Alford, Aptos, CA; brother of Laurel Baker, Portland; 8 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren.

Funeral services 10 am Wednesday, Nov 28, Chapel of Skyline Memorial Funeral Home, 4101 NW Skyline Blvd, 292-6611. Private vault interment Skyline Memorial Gardens. 
Cecil Henry Alford
165 Evansville Courier and Press, July 4, 2007

Cleo (Alford) Brochin, 86, died Tuesday, July 3, 2007, at Eastgate Manor Nursing Center.

She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church.

Surviving are her husband, Carl; daughters, Susie Gilles and Mary Kellams; sons, Jerry and Joseph; sister, Rose Theroff; 12 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

Services noon Friday at St. Mary Catholic Church, burial in St. John Cemetery. Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Ed Lee Mortuary, with a 4 p.m. wake service, and from 11 to 11:45 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church. 
Cleophas Agnes Alford
166 Oregon Journal, June 1, 1953

Earl E. Alford, president and owner of Alford's Inc., local Dodge-Plymouth
dealer, died unexpectedly early Sunday at Rexburg, Ida., a small community near
Idaho Falls. His body is being returned here by train.

Funeral arrangements are being made by Colonial mortuary, with the services set
tentatively for 1 p.m. Thursday. Imperial lodge, AF&AM, will be in charge.

Alford left Portland on May 12 by plane on a vacation trip, accompanied by his
wife and Mr. and Mrs. H. Littlefield, close friends. The Littlefields took
delivery on a new automobile in Detroit. The quartet then drove to New York
city. They were en route home and had stopped at Rexburg for the night when
Alford suddenly became ill and died from a heart attack.

Alford was born in Columbia, Wash., a town which no longer exists. It was not
far from Marysville. He was graduated from Willamette University and had been in
the automotive business here for around 30 years. In 1935 he was president of
Portland Automotive Trades association. He also was a member of Oregon
Automobile Dealers association, the Automobile Dealers Association of Portland,
Leaders Club, Portland Golf club and was a Shriner.

Survivors are his wife, Marie; son, Gerald E., Portland; daughter, Mrs. Eleanor
Hoffman, Long Beach, Cal., and four grandchildren. 
Earl Eugene Alford
167 Oregon Journal, August 29, 1972

E. Clair Alford, 78, of 7235 N. Vincent Ave., a retired mapping and evaluation engineer of Portland General Electric Co., died Sunday at his home. He worked for PGE 41 years, from 1914 through 1955 when retired.

He was a native of Portland, a 50-year member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Engineers of Portland, a life member of Mt. Tabor Lodge 42, AF&AM, a charter member of American Legion Post No. 1, Portland, and served in World War I with the 37th Engineers.

Survivors include his wife, Pearle; two sons, Clair W. Alford of Lake Oswego and Verne E. Alford of Troutdale; two sisters, Mrs. Loren K. Gear of Lake Oswego and Mrs. Oscar Larson of Salem; a brother, G.D. Alford of Hollywood, Calif., seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Private funeral services were held Tuesday. Cremation followed with the Killingsworth Little Chapel of the Chimes in charge of arrangements. 
Eugene Claire Alford
Salem, Marion Co., OR-Sunday, 20 May 1945

Funeral services for the Rev. Eugene Clair Alford, 78, well known Methodist minister and lecturer in geological circles who died Saturday, will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from the Clough Barrick chapel. His death at his residence on route four followed an illness of about three months.
The Rev. Mr. Alford was born in Sioux City, Iowa and received his education in the east, studying for the ministry at DePauw university at Green Castle, Ind. He married Ethel May Piggott in 1887 and a few years later they came west to make their home in Oregon. He held various pastorates in eastern and southern Oregon, and then at Jefferson, Dayton and Independence where he became well known in the Willamette valley.
Beginning the study of geology first as an avocation, be became known for his lectures and writings on the scientific and religious fields of thought on that subject. He was the author of two books, "The Desert," published about three years ago, and "Scientific Studies in Genesis," now in the hands of a publishing company.
He retired from the ministry some time ago and had made his home on route four, Salem. Mrs. Alford preceded him in death in 1933.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Aggie B. Larson of Bend and Mrs. L. Glee Gear of Lake Grove; three sons, E. Clair Alford of Portland, Max L. Alford of Salem and G. Dewey Alford of Hollywood, Calif.; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Interment will be in City View cemetery.
Eugene Claire Alford
169 The Oregonian, April 22, 1993

Memorial service for Gerald Earl Alford of Southeast Portland will be at 2 p.m., Friday in the Eastside Free Methodist Church, 650 S.E. 139th Ave.

Mr. Alford died in a Portland nursing home of pulmonary fibrosis Thursday. He was 74. Cremation will be private. Burial will be in Friends Cemetery, Newberg.

Mr. Alford was born in Portland Sept. 20, 1918, and owned and operated a recreation vehicle dealership on 82nd Avenue until retiring in 1981.

Surviving are his wife, Marie; daughters, Gayle Nolenboom of Olympia and Jani Whitacre of Rhododendron; six grandchildren.

The family suggests that remembrances be contributions to the American Lung Association or the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. 
Gerald Earl Alford
San Diego, San Diego Co., CA
Sunday, 6 July 1924

In this city, July 3, 1924, Julian Alford, husband of Mary R. Alford, father of F.C. Alford, C.H. Alford and Mrs. Ray Snyder, all of San Diego, and father of E.E. Alford of Portland, Ore., brother of E.C. Alford of Portland, Ore., brother of Mrs. E. Pearson of Newburg, Ore.; aged 60 years 11 months 5 days.

Funeral services will be held at Taylor M.E. curch, corner of Normal and Palk streets, this (Sunday) morning at 10:30 o'clock, July 6, Rev. F.W. Barron officiating. Final service and burial will be made inNewburg, Ord. Arrangements win charge of Randall Undertaking Co., Sixth and Cedar streets.
Julian George Alford
171 Clackamas Review, August 24, 2010

Nicki Youker died of natural causes on Aug. 8 at the age of 92.

She was born on April 20, 1918, in Prairie City, Ore., to parents Maxwell "Max" and Peggy Alford, and was raised in Portland, Milwaukie and Carver.

She had been employed as a secretary, homemaker and realtor; she was retired.

She was a member of the Gladstone Christian Church; her hobbies included gardening, sewing, hunting, camping and fishing. She went horseback riding on her 91st birthday.

She is survived by sons, Bob and Ken Youker; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Her husband of 60 years, Cecil Youker, preceded her in death in 1997.

A private service was held, with interment at Riverview Abbey.
Maxine Alford
172 Evansville Courier and Press, January 30, 1998

Richard T. Alford, 79, died Thursday morning at Community South Hospital in Greenwood.

He retired as club manager for the American Legion Club in Holland.

He was a World War II and Korean War Army veteran. He was awarded the Bronze Star.

Surviving are four daughters, Donna Powell of South Carolina, Rita Morrison of Indianapolis, Sandra King of Florida and Richelle Nolting of Greenwood; a son, Delbert G. Cox of Washington; three sisters, Sarah Webber and Rose Theroff, both of Washington, and Cleo Brochin of Stendal; 11 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

His wife, Pauline M. (Daugherty), died in 1992.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church, with burial in St. John Cemetery, where the American Legion-Veterans of Foreign Wars Honor Guard will conduct military rites.

Friends may call from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday and from 9 a.m. to service time Monday at Ed Lee Mortuary, where wake services will be at 5 p.m. Sunday.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Byrne-Wingate Lodge in Beech Grove. 
Richard Thomas Alford
173 Columbian, The (Vancouver, WA) - Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Deceased Name: Alford, Robert D.

Alford, Robert D., 79, Vancouver, died Feb. 5, 2006. Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 503-443-4900. 
Robert D. Alford
174 Washington Times Herald, August 1, 2012

Rose Eileen Theroff, 87, Washington, passed away at 8:05 a.m., Wednesday, at Hillside Manor Nursing Home.

Born September 12, 1924, in Daviess County, she was the daughter of Everett Thomas and Rose (Kidwell) Alford. She graduated from Washington High School in 1942. She had retired from the Old Reliance Factory and owned and operated Theroff Motel . She was a member of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church.

She is survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Marilyn (Dennis) Lenahan of Indianapolis, and Beverly (Delbert) Riker of Washington. three sons and daughter-in-laws; Richard (Joni) Theroff, of Washington; Kevin (Arlene) Theroff, of Linton, and Mark (Trena) Theroff of Washington; 14 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her husband Lenas Theroff (July 29, 1984) and three brothers, Richard Alford, James Alford and William Alford; four sisters, Lorena Walker, Dorothy Chestain, Sarah Webber and Cleo Brochin.

The funeral will be at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church with Father Gordon Mann as celebrant.

Burial will follow in St. John Cemetery.

Visitation will be Friday from 4 until 8 p.m. at Ed Lee Mortuary. 
Rose Eileen Alford
Salem, Marion Co., OR-Tuesday, 17 May 1910

W.T. Alford, a painter, who was terribly burned in Portland and met death from the accident, was a resident of Salem. Relatives of the dead man reside in South Salem at La Feile and Rock streets.

In speaking of the tragedy a Portland dispatch says:

Injuries from the burning graphite received Friday evening on the roof of the Oregon Wood Distillery company at Linnton caused the death of W.T. Alford, a painter. A spark from the smokestack of the plant ignited the fluid with which he was painting the building. He suffered intense agony.

While on the roof of the distillery with a rope around his waist, one end of which was fastened to the building, he was caught like a rat in a trap. He could not untie the rope and the blaze quickly consumed his clothing. Alford's face, arms and upper part of the body were burned to a crisp. He died Saturday morning at 7 o'clock at the Good Samaritan hospital.

The graphite with which he was spraying the roof of the building is highly inflammable until dried. After that there is no danger. In order to work on the roof, Alford had tied a rope around his waist, and fastened the other end to the roof. When the spark started the fire, he was unable to get away. Harvey Faunalson, another roofer, was nearby, but fell to the ground. Workmen in the distillery finally reached the burning man with ladders and directed a stream of water upon him. Dr. S.M. Mann of Linnton was called, but nothing could be done. The distillery is near the Whitwood Court station on the United Rail ways line.

E.C. Alford, father of the dead man, arrived at the hospital Saturday evening. The body will be removed to Salem for interment. 
Walden T. Alford
176 Obituary, The Frederick News-Post, January 9, 2007

Mr. Bobby Alger, 80, of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., died on Sunday, January 7, 2007, at the Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick.

He was born October 17, 1926, at Bolivar, W.Va., and was the son of the late Manuel Alger and Mamie Painter Alger.

He was a retired broiler plant engineer with Fort Detrick in Frederick.

He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army.

He was a member of the Faith Assembly of God Church, VFW Post No. 10421 and the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No. 1136, all of Brunswick.

He is survived by three daughters, Diane Alger of Knoxville, Patricia Beachley and husband Dale of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., and Vicki Morgan and husband Hicks of Dallas, Texas; three sons, Gary Null and wife Leslie of Dallas, Texas, Alan J. Null and wife Louise of Martinsburg, W.Va., and Michael Null and wife Margaret of Brunswick; two sisters, Hazel Myers of Kearneysville, W.Va., and Betty Waters of Harpers Ferry, W.Va.; one brother, Jack Alger and wife June of Brunswick; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He is also survived by devoted friends Calvin and Caroline Speaks, Howard Speaks and friends of the Cindy Dee Diner.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Arlene Alger; and five brothers, Leroy Alger, James Alger, Calvin Alger, Melvin Alger and Sullivan Alger.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10, at Eackles-Spencer and Norton Funeral Home, U.S. 340 at Halltown Rd., Charles town/Harpers Ferry, W.Va., with the Rev. Gary Heffler officiating. Interment will be in the Brownsville Heights Cemetery in Brownsville.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today.

Memorials may be made to House of Hope Academy, P.O. Box 417, bunker Hill, WV 25413.

Condolences to the family may be left at his obituary at 
Bobby Alger
177 The Frederick News, April 22, 1963

Services were held today at 2 p.m. for Shirley E. Alger, Jefferson County assessor for 22 years, who died Friday night at Charles Town General Hospital. Born in Lury, Va., February 26, 1903, he was a son of Hubert and Lora Burner Alger, Ranson. Surviving with his parents are his wife, Mrs. Nona Virts Snyder Alger, at home; one son, Shirley Knott Alger, Baltimore, Md.; one stepson, five sisters and seven brothers including Jesse A. Alger, Frederick. 
Shirley Eldon Alger
178 Star Democrat, The (Easton, MD) - Thursday, January 8, 2015
Deceased Name: Shirley K. Alger

ST. MICHAELS - Mr. Shirley Knott Alger died at the Stella Mans Hospice Center on Sunday, January 4, 2015 after a sudden illness. He was born on September 15, 1927 in Charles Town, West Virginia and was the son of Shirley Eldon Alger and Mary "Kenna" Knott Alger Travell.

He graduated from Charles Town High School ('46); enlisted in the Marines and later attended the U.S. Naval Academy. He graduated from Shepherd College with a degree in English. He received his Masters in Public School Administration from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA and was a dissertation shy of his PhD from Cornell University.

Mr. Alger was an officer in the U.S. Navy on active duty and later retired from the Naval Reserves as a Lieutenant Commander. He married Jane Tilghman Howard Alger on March 7, 1953. They eventually settled in Baltimore, MD and Mr. Alger went to work for Social Security as a Systems Analyst, retiring in 1993. He was the administrator of the Knott Nursing Home when his mother became unable to do so for herself. He married Ruth Matthews Eglseder on November 6, 1993.

He was an avid hunter and fisherman, having returned from South Dakota this past October from pheasant hunting. He enjoyed numerous club activities, including having been a Mason and Past Master of his lodge, Mt. Moriah, a member and president for several terms of the St. George's Society, a member of Ducks Unlimited, and the Izaak Walton League. He was a member and past president of the Loch Raven Skeet and Trap Club, He was the winner of the Maryland Skeet Championship.

Mr. Alger was an active member of the Second Presbyterian Church, having served a Deacon, Elder and Treasurer. He was also a member of St. Andrew's Christian Community in Roland Park.

Shirley K. alger Mr. Alger was preceded in death by his parents and first wife of forty years, Jane Howard Alger in 1993. He is survived by his second wife of 21 years, Ruth Matthews Alger, two daughters, Jane D. Jshrnan and her husband, Michael of Shepherdstown, WV; Susan A. Worley and her husband, Lawrence of Perry Hall, MD, his stepsons, Dr. Ludwig J. Eglseder III, John M. Eglseder, Scott W. Eglseder, and Kurt W. Eglseder and their families; his grandson, Gary Pfeffer Jr. of Bel Air, MD, his granddaughter, Heather Ishman Duncan and her husband Michael of Shepherdstown, WV and his great-granddaughter, Lillian Grace Duncan.

Friends may call at the St. Andrews Christian Community, 5802 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210 on Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. at which time a Memorial Service will be held in the Sanctuary. Interment private. Memorial contributions may be made to Shepherd University Scholarship Fund. Arrangements by the familyowned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc. 
Shirley Knott Alger
179 Missouri Death Certificate No. 470 Alice Orian Allega
180 Alymer Jay Allen was the tenth child of Tandy and Joanna Allen. He was born in 1873 on his father
s farm in Cedar Township, near LaGrange in Lucas County, Iowa. By the time he was born, his oldest sister, Carrie, was teaching the local one-room rural school. She and sister Gertrude, having attended college, influenced Alymer to obtain an education and he graduated from Highland Park College in Des Moines, Iowa in 1898 with a major in Science. For three years he taught in Iowa schools, serving as principal at Fontanelle High School one year. In 1899 Alymer returned to farm the home place so that his father , Tandy, could retire to Russell.
In October of that year Alymer and Mabel Werts were married. She was born June 7, 1875 at Russell, IA, eleventh child of John Jackson and Esther Ann Werts. Mabel attended rural school at Ragtown and later completed a course at Parsons Conservatory of Music in Fairfield, IA. She was an excellent pianist and taught piano to private pupils in Russell until her marriage on October 2, 1901 in Russell. After their marriage, Aylmer and Mabel stayed on the Allen farm for only a year before purchasing their own farm a mile from Russell on the State Road (US 34) near Russell Corner where they built a new home in 1910. Aylmer specialized in breeding Chester White hogs, selling them as breeding stock over several states. He showed them at county and stated fairs for several years. In 1916 they sold their farm and purchased the Allen family place from his father, moving on it in 1917. The farm house, first constructed by his father in 1868 before Alymer was born, was remolded and enlarged in 1922. Mabel performed the traditional farm homemaker tasks of washing clothing using a washboard; making soap using homemade lye and animal fats; ironing with sad irons; cooking over an iron range fueled with sticks of wood; churning butter; canning vegetables, fruit, and beef; cleaning with dustcloth, mop, broom and beating rugs; sewing her own clothing and mending the family clothing; patching knees and darning socks; and many other tasks. There was rarely time for rest but they found time for music, reading, and occasional games with the children who were always encouraged to learn. Also, every morning before breakfast without fail, regardless of whatever else the day might bring, they gathered the entire family for a few minutes of Bible reading and prayer. These activities and the memory of them have had considerable influence in the later lives of their children.
Alymer studied accounting by correspondence. In 1927, he rented out the farm and moved his family to Fairfield where their oldest son, Hubert, was attending college. Alymer went into partnership with L. H. Alexander operating an agricultural feed and supply business, but the Great Depression soon led him to sell out and he returned to the farm in 1930. The business experience was costly, and with depressed farm income it took more than a decade of hard work to pay all debts. Returning to the farm, Mabel and Alymer worked, scrimped, and sacrificed through the bad years of the 1930s putting their sons through college.
In 1943 the Allens moved to Russell, leaving the farm to an operator on a share basis. However, Alymer never completely severed his attachment to the family farm, spending hours nearly every day of his retired life back there, mending fences, pulling weeds, and otherwise helping to maintain its value. The farm remained in the Allen family until it was sold in 1977, 124 years after it was homesteaded by Tandy Allen in 1853. Five original land certificates, signed by President Franklin Pierce, are still in the possession of the family.
Both Alymer and Mabel were religious people and were active in the Presbyterian Church. He served as Ruling Elder for at least 30 years and as an Iowa delegate to Presbyterian General Assembly at Indianapolis, IN, in 1923.He was on the Session of the Russell Church continuously for more than 25 years. Mabel taught Sunday Scholl and was active in Missionary and Ladies Aid Societies. Alymer also served as Russell Town Clerk in the early 1950
s, helping to bring a water system to the community. For a number of years, he was President of the Lucas County Sunday School Association. In retirement, the Allens lived across the street from the Russell Community School where their sons had attended high school. Alymer died Nov. 29, 1961 at Chariton, and Mabel lived on in poor health in the Willits Home for elderly women in Chariton and in her daughter Elizabeth
s home in Des Moines until her death Feb. 17, 1973 in her 98th year. Alymer and Mabel are buried, together with many others of both their families, in Russell Cemetery.


Chariton, Iowa
Tuesday, December 5, 1961


Ayler J. Allen was born Nov. 24, 1873, the son of Tandy and Joanna Van Nice Allen, on the family farm east of Russell. He passed away at Chariton on Nov. 29, 1961, after a brief illness.

He attended the LaGrange and Russell schools until he was 17 years old, then entered Highland Park college in Des Moines. After two years, he bagan teaching school, first two years at Dickerville country school at a starting salary of $25 per month, then for three terms in Mills county. He returned to college, graduating from Highland Park in August, 1898. He was assistant principal at Fontanelle high school for a year, then returned to farming.

On October 2, 1901, he was married to Mabel Werts, and they celebrated their 60th anniversary this fall. They established their home on his parent's farm. Five children were born of whom Elizabeth, Hubert, Roger and Philip survive, Thurman having died in infancy.

With the exception of ten years on another farm nearer Russell, and two years in Fairfield where he was a partner in a farm supply store, they lived on the home farm which has been in the family since it was homesteaded in 1852, retiring and moving to Russell in 1943.

He was a life-long member of the Presbyterian church, first of the LaGrange Cumberland Presbyterian church, then of the Russell church. He was always an active and devoted member, superintendant of the Sunday school, a teacher for many years, and an elder of the church for more than 50 years.

He is survived by his wife, four children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Of his 11 brothers and sisters, only one survives, Charles E. Allen of Portland, Oregon.

Funeral services were held at the Russell United Presbyterian church at 2:00 p.m. on Dec. 1, 1961. The Rev. John A. Orange conducted the service, and burial was in Russell cemetery.
Aylmer Jay Allen
181 Obituary:
Las Vegas Daily Optic, July 11, 1894. Clarence, infant son of Charles
W. Allen, postmaster of Las Vegas, N.M., Lila Allen, his wife, aged four months and twenty-three days, died this morning of cholera infantum. 
Clarence Allen
182 Cloetilla Rogers, 87, of Rinard, IL died at 8:17 AM Wednesday, May 14, 2008 at Flora Gardens Care Center in Flora.

She was born March 14, 1921 in Louisville, IL to Hiram Dellas & Itha (Fitzgerald) Allen. She married Roy Rogers on April 21, 1940 in Kentucky.

She was formerly employed at Rinard Grade School, AMF in Olney, International Shoe in Flora, and Four Sisters in Flora and most recently provided in home care. She was a member of Bloom Bapist Church and was a past member of Rinard Home Extension. Cloe enjoyed flowers, flower gardens, quilting and sewing. She made a famous lemon pie that everyone enjoyed but never gave out the recipe.

She is survived by her husband: Roy Rogers; daughter: Shirley Jean Reid & husband Jerry; grandson-in-law: Steve Curry; great-grandson: Justin Curry; brother: Robert Allen; sister: Roberta Allen; several nieces and nephews also survive.

She was preceded in death by her parents, an infant son, a granddaughter (Rhonda Curry), five brothers (Leonard, Lyndell, Lloyd, Ianthus and Levon Allen), three sisters (Delours Greenwood, Cleora Dawkins and Dantzell Foster).

Graveside services will be held at 10:30 AM Friday, May 16, 2008 at Zif Cemetery, Clay City.

Memorials may be made to the Diabetes Foundation.

Frank & Bright Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 
Cloetilla Allen
183 Obituary:

Des Moines Register, May 19, 2001. Elizabeth (Allen) Harling, age 98, born 5 Sep 1902 near Russell, Iowa, to Aylmer and Mabel Allen died 15 May 2001 at her home in Des Moines, Iowa. Memorial service to be 2:00 PM Sunday, May 20, at the Central Presbyterian Church in Des MOines. Mortuary is Hamilton Funeral Home. Elizabeth was found unconscious on the floor of her apartment in Heather Manor Retirement Home in Des Moines about 6 AM Monday morning. She had attended church on Mothers day but did not answer phone calls from her sons at 4 and 5 oclock that afternoon. Cat scan showed massive stroke, blood throughout her brain. She had asked that her body be given to Univ of Iowa Medical School, so she was put on life support until her sons could arrive (from N. Car. and Ariz). Bob arrived Tuesday afternoon and had her taken off support. She died a couple of hours later. 
Elizabeth Allen
184 Bakersfield Californian, October 12, 2006

George Q. Allen Aug. 16, 1914 - Oct. 3, 2006 Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Francis Church, 900 H St., on Friday, October 13, 2006, at 9 a.m., graveside will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Park. The celebrant will be Father Craig Harrison. George was a resident of Bakersfied for over 60 years. In 1997 he and our mother moved to Fresno, California. He was preceded in death in 2004 by his wife of 68 years, Louise "Elsie" Allen; grandson, David Dutton ( 1996); and infant great-granddaughter, Ashleigh Dutton (1997). He was the loving father of Barbara E. Dutton and husband, Jim, Judy G. Allen, Charlotte A. Curtis and husband, Leonard. He was the grandfather of Richard Allen Dutton and wife, Jenny, Shelly Marquez and husband, Steve, Tammy Turner, Victor Bedrosian and wife, Sophia, Earl Curtis, Jenny Dunning and husband, Brian, Julie Scerra and husband, Dominic. There are 17 great-grandchildren. 
George Q. Allen
185 Obituary, Lincoln Journal, August 29, 1997

Bowden -- Glenna M., 94, Lincoln, died Thursday (8/28/97). Retired teacher, Pekin, Ill. Survivors: daughters, Mary Merri- tt, Lincoln, Betty Sholl, Fairfax, Va.; stepsons, Dr. Wayne Bowden, Diamond Bar, Calif., Paul Merlin, Hesperia, Calif., David Bowden, Tennessee; brothers, Jesse Allen, St. Petersburg, Fla., Jed Allen, Portland, Ore., Carl Allen, Croghan, N.Y., Joe Allen, Lincoln; sisters, brother-in-law, Mary Eunice Rohlfing, Paxton, Ill., Jean and Floyd Birkey, Horseshoe Bend, Ark.; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchil- dren; seven stepgrandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday, Howe & Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville, Ill. Mt. Zion Cemetery, Shelbyville. Memorials to Greenville College, Greenville, Ill. Butherus, Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St. 
Glenna Marie Allen
186 The Morning Journal, August 24, 2005

ELYRIA -- Hubert W. Allen, 98, of Elyria, died Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2005, at Elyria United Methodist Village. He was born Oct. 8, 1906, in Lucas County, Iowa, grew up on a farm and moved to Elyria in 1947 from Illinois. He graduated from Parsons College, received a master's degree in physics at the University of Maine and did postgraduate work in physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Allen was employed in the University of Vermont physics department. During World War II, he taught radio mechanics for the U.S. Air Force at Scott Field Air Force Base in Illinois. In 1947, he moved to Elyria from Belleville, Ill., and was a research physicist engineer at NASA Lewis Research Center until retiring in 1970. He worked on the fuel system for the Mercury Space Program at NASA. He was a member of First Congregational United Church of Christ, Elyria, and served on the board of deacons and board of benevolence. He volunteered with the Meals On Wheels program until he was 96 and while living at High Point in the Park in Elyria, he kept the nature trail clear. He enjoyed music, gardening and working on his computer. Survivors include his daughter, Carolyn Dean of Canfield; brother, Philip W. Allen of Las Vegas, Nev.; and seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lillian B., in 1994; son, Steven R. Allen, in 2001; sister, Elizabeth Harling; and brother, Roger Allen. Friends may call Thursday, 5 to 8 p.m., at Dicken Funeral Home, 323 Middle Ave., Elyria, where services will be Friday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Benjamin Griffin and the Rev. Beth McKee will officiate. Burial will be in Brookdale Cemetery, Carlisle Township. Memorial contributions may be made to First Congregational United Church of Christ, 330 Third St., Elyria, OH 44035.
Hubert Werts Allen
187 Lucy M. Barnes lived in Sonora three years after moving here from Southern California.
She worked 27 years as a secretary for Los Angeles Unified School District.
Mrs. Barnes was a lifelong member of the Church of the Nazarene. She loved to knit, sew, crochet, play guitar and sing. She also enjoyed the outdoors and camping.
Mrs. Barnes is survived by two sons, John Barnes and Bill Barnes, both of Sonora; 12 grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and five great-great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Ellaura Zulyevic, in 1991. 
Lucy M. Allen
188 Hometown Journal

L. Ianthus Allen, of Louisville, IL, died January 7, 2006, at flora Pavilion Nursing Center.

Mr. Allen was born June 3, 1925 in Louisville, the son of H. D. and Itha Fitzgerald Allen. He married Edith May Brooks May 7, 1961 in Sailor Springs and she preceded him in death on March 17, 1989.

He was an area farmer, and a member of Bethel Christian Church and Illinois Farm bureau.

Survivors include a son, Lyle I. Allen II of Louisville; two brothers, Robert and V. L. "Friday" Allen; two sisters Cloetilla Rogers and Roberta Allen; and several nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death were his parents; wife; three brothers, Lindel, Leonard, and Lloyd Allen; three sisters Cleora Dawkins, Deloris Greenwood, and Dantzel Foster.

Private graveside services were held at Christian Home Cemetery in rural Louisville.

Frank and Bright Funeral Home was in charge.

Memorials to Clay County Cancer Support Group or Bethel Christian Church. 
Lyle Ianthus Allen
189 Casey County News, September 21, 2010

Millard L. Allen of Liberty died Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010 at the Casey County Hospital. He was 90.

Born in Casey County on May 15, 1920, he was the son of the late Elish and Josie Allen.

He was a U.S. Army veteran, retired from Columbia Gulf, and a member of the Liberty Volunteer Fire Department and Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

Survivors include his wife, Alene Ewing Allen; four daughters, Carolyn (and Ralph) Kearney of Cox Creek, Wanda VanWeelden of Ohio, Jeanie (and David) Allen of Liberty and Dottie (and Gerald) Wethington of Liberty; two sons, Jerry (and Shellie) Allen and Terry (and Vickie) Allen, both of Liberty; 17 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; 13 great-great-grandchildren; and many friends.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by a grandchild.

Funeral service was Sept. 18 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church by Rev. Patrick Dolan. Burial was at St. Bernard Cemetery with military honors by the Casey County Funeral Squad.

Pallbearers were Jerry and Terry Allen, Tyler Allen, Tom Franklin, and Randy and Roger Kearney.

Honorary pallbearers were Gerald Wethington, Doug Hicks, Tony Franklin, James Kearney, William Shoopman, Mark Wesley and Tommy Weddle. 
Millard L. Allen
190 Obituary, Canton Repository, October 6, 1904
Mucy Allen
191 The News Gazette, February 11, 1974

Gassville, Ark - Othel A Allen, 72, Gassville, Ark., formerly of Champaign, died about 8:30 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 9, 1974) at Mountain Home, Ark.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Mittendorf Chapel, Champaign, with Floyd Kelly officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Gardens.

Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

Mr Allen was born July 18, 1901 at Louisville, Ill., a son of Archibald J. and Elizabeth Sutton Allen. He married Velma C. Wilson, Sept. 15, 1923, at Clinton. She died Dec. 14, 1951. He married Daisydene Underwood April 11, 1953 at Findlay. She survives.

Survivors also include a son, Wendell, 1106 W Washington, C; a daughter Mrs. Rose E. Warner, Mahomet; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and a brother, Frank, Salem.

He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, and two sister.

He had been a general contractor in the Champaign-Urbana area before his retirement. He lived in the area for 38 years before moving to Arkansas in November, 1972. He belonged to Carpenters Local 44 and built the West Side Church of Christ, 1501 W. Park, C., where he was a member. 
Othel Archibald Allen
192 Effingham Daily News

Robert L. Allen Sr., 80, of Iola died at 11:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29, 2008, at St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital, Effingham.

Mr. Allen was born June 7, 1928, in rural Louisville, the son of Hiram Dellace and Itha (Fitzgerald) Allen. He married Jacqueline Herrick Feb. 14, 1954, in Iola, and she preceded him in death Sept. 19, 1998. He later married Deloris (Hirtzel) Hoeffliger Oct. 7, 2000, in Watson.

Mr. Allen was a farmer and Korean War veteran. He was a member of Watson Baptist Church, where he served on various church committees, including the finance committee. Mr. Allen was a 20-plus-year member of Clay County Board, serving 18 years as chairman, and was past member and chief of Iola Volunteer Fire Department. He was a member of Clay County Housing Authority, Clay County Hospital board and Edgewood American Legion.

Robert enjoyed quail hunting, picking blackberries, hunting mushrooms and after his retirement, growing strawberries.

Survivors include his wife; daughter, Denise Hall; son, R. Lee Allen; grandson, Harris Allen; stepchildren; twin sister, Roberta Allen; five stepgrandchildren; and three stepgreat-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents; first wife, Jacqueline; five brothers, Lyndell, Lloyd, Leonard, Ianthus and Friday; four sisters, Cleora Dawkins, Clotilla Rogers, Delores Greenwood and Dantzell Foster; and stepdaughter, Deana Rodewald.

The funeral was held at Frank and Bright Funeral Home, Flora, with the Rev. Kent Robinson officiating.

Burial with military honors was in Iola Cemetery.

Memorials to Watson Baptist Church Building Fund or the American Cancer Society. 
Robert L. Allen, Sr.
193 Roberta Lynell Allen, 80, of Louisville died at 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008, at Flora Healthcare Center.

Miss Allen was born June 7, 1928, in Clay County, the daughter of Hiram Dellace and Itha (Fitzgerald) Allen.

She was a former worker at International Shoe Factory, Flora, and a member of Wabash Baptist Church, Louisville.

Survivors include her brother-in-law, Leland Roy Rogers; sister-in-law, Deloros Allen; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; special friend, Leo Dios Frost; brothers, David Lyndell Allen, Alvin Leonard Allen, Lloyd Archibald Allen, Lyle Ianthus Allen, Varlon LaVon "Friday" Allen, Robert Lee Allen (her twin); and sisters, Cleora Dawkins, Delorus Greenwood, Dantzell Foster and Clotille Rogers.

The funeral was held at Neal Funeral Home, Louisville, with Brother Carroll Ross officiating.

Burial was in Moore Cemetery, rural Louisville. home.

Memorials may be made to Clay County Hospice. 
Roberta Lynell Allen
194 Obituary:

Greenville News, February 26, 2002. Roger Aylmer Allen died in Greenville, S.C., early Sunday, Feb. 24, 2002, at the age of 89. Born April 16, 1912, near Russell, Iowa, he was the son of Aylmer and Mabel (Werts) Allen. His wife of 61 years, Margueritte (Augustine), preceded him in death in August 1995. He is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Ann Langston, of Pawleys Island, S.C.; a son, Frederick Roger Allen, of Raleigh, N.C.; brothers, Hubert of Elyria, Ohio, and Phillip of Las Vegas, Nev.; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be 11 a.m., Wednesday at Westminster Presbyterian Church of Greenville. Graveside services will be Thursday at Lewinsville Presbyterian Church in McLean, Va., near where the family had lived for 45 years. With an M.S. degree in physics from the University of Maine and additional postgraduate work, and teaching at Pennsylvania State College and MIT, Mr. Allen was a research meteorologist at the headquarters of the U.S. Weather Bureau, mostly in Washington, D.C., for 34 years. He provided weather studies and reports to the Pentagon during World War II, including overseeing the preparation and publication of several decades of historical weather data for the Northern Hemisphere. He published in professional journals and books many of his own scientific studies of long- and short-range weather forecasting technology. He advised weather forecasters nationwide on improved prediction methods. He was awarded the U.S. Department of Commerce Silver Medal for his work on statistical weather prediction and in promoting probability forecasting. He was an active member of the American Meteorological Society and had been chairman of the D.C. Chapter. Roger was always active in the education of his children, including the PTA and committees, and in the Presbyterian Church, where he directed and sang in choirs, and was an ordained elder. In the 1950s, he began a hobby of tape-recording classical music and built a reputation in the Washington area for very high quality recordings of choral, organ and orchestral music, including performances at Kennedy Center and Washington National Cathedral. After retirement in 1970, he and Margueritte operated their own recording business and for several years exclusively recorded concerts of the Washington Bach Consort, including a concert tour of Europe. They moved in 1985 to Swansgate in Greenville, joining Westminster Presbyterian Church, for which he designed and installed the church's sound system. They also provided support for SSSH, a group for the hard-of-hearing, for which they received national recognition. Wednesday, the family will receive friends in the Church Lounge after the service. In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorials be sent to Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2310 Augusta Road, Greenville, SC 29605. - The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive. 
Roger Aylmer Allen
195 News Gazette, October 23, 2008

Rose Elaine Warner, 84, passed away at 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday, October 21, 2008, at the Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, Champaign Co., Illinois.

Mrs. Warner was born on October. 11, 1924, in Decatur, Macon Co., Illinois. She was the daughter of Othel A. and Velma C. Wilson Allen. She married Flavel Warner on October 4, 1942, in Monroe, Missouri. He preceded her in death on February 24, 1997.

She is survived by three sons, Lowell E. Warner, David A. (Edwina) Warner and Kevin P. Warner, one daughter, Jean A. Holliday, four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and one brother, Wendell (Lois J.) Allen.

She was also preceded in death by her parents.

Mrs. Warner was a staff secretary for McKinley Health Services from 1967 to 1982. She was a member of the Philo Road Church of Christ, an avid reader and enjoyed working Crossword and Word Find puzzles. 
Rose Elaine Allen
196 Richmond Times Dispatch, February 17, 1924

A telegram was received Friday night by Frederick S. Valentine from Mrs. Nell S. Skinker, of Los Angeles, Cal., announcing the death there of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Rose Allen Skinker, of this city. Mrs. Skinker was the widow of Major Charles R. Skinker, a prominent citizen and well-known Confederate soldier.

She was born at the old Allen mansion, Twelfth and Broad Streets, January 13, 1845, and was the daughter of the late Joseph Allen, for many years clerk of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, and his wife, Mary Ann Stetson. Mrs. Skinker was one of the founders, and for many years one of the board of managers of the Retreat for the Sick. She was also for many years a member of the Hollywood Memorial Association, and was identified with much charitable and religious work of this city.

She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Frederick S. Valentine, and her grandchildren, Mrs. Thomas W. Ellett, Frederick S. Valentine, Jr., Charles Skinker Valentine, of this city, and Rose L. Skinker, of Los Angeles, and her sister, Mrs. Florence L. Wheat, of Berryville, Clarke County.
Rose Lesslie Allen
197 The Nelson Gazette, Thursday, August 17, 1939

Taylor Allen, son of Job and Mary Allen, was born in Logan county (sic), Illinois, October 9, 1867, and departed this life August 8, 1939, at Sheridan, Wyoming at the age of 71 years, 9 months and 29 days.

He came to Nebraska with his parents in 1872, they locating one mile south of the present town of Oak. He grew to manhood on the farm and on June 19, 1900, was united in marriage to Minnie Joy of this place who preceded him in death September 27, 1900. He was united in marriage to Ida May Davis December 21, 1904, and they resided in Oak and vicinity until 1913, when they moved to Sheridan, Wyo. She preceded him in death May 30, 1919. He resided in Sheridan and vicinity until his death.

He leaves to mourn his departure six sisters and one brother, one brother, Job, having died in infancy. The survivors are: Mrs. Eliza Ellsworth, North Platte; Samuel Allen, Mrs. Annie Cox and Mrs. Addie Dudley of Sheridan, Wyo.; Mrs Minnie Washington, Oak; Mrs. Grace Neer, Neodesha, Kansas; and Mrs. Ollie Taylor of Starbuck, Washington; several nieces and nephews and a host of friends.

Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 3:30 at the Methodist church (sic) in Oak, Rev. V.R. Daniels officiating. Interment was made in Oak cemetery (sic). The pall bearers were Gene and Ralph Follmer, Ray and Jim Moore, John Scroggin and Mike Buresh.
Taylor Allen
198 Hays Daily News, The (KS) - January 3, 2008

Deceased Name: Thelma L. Wertz

Thelma L. Wertz, 96, Quinter, died Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2008, at Trego County-Lemke Memorial Hospital Long Term Care, WaKeeney.
She was born Feb. 25, 1911, in Quinter to Perry and Piner (Ely) Allen. She was a 1931 graduate of Quinter High School and received a teaching certificate.
She married Howard L. Wertz on Sept. 27, 1936. He preceded her in death June 7, 1995.
She was a homemaker.
Survivors include two daughters, Judy Berg, WaKeeney, and Kathy Bugbee, Louisburg; seven grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son, Larry Wertz, and a grandson.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Church of the Brethren, Quinter; burial in Baker Township Cemetery, Quinter.
Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today at Schmitt Funeral Home, Quinter.
Memorials are suggested to Gove County Medical Center Long Term Care or Trego County-Lemke Memorial Hospital Long Term Care in care of the funeral home. 
Thelma Lucrecia Allen
199 Hometown Journal

Friday Allen, 75, of Louisville, died April 11, 2006, at his home.

Mr. Allen was born Jan. 21, 1931 in Clay County, the son of Hairm Dallas and itha Fitzgerald Allen. He married Betty Jane Allen Feb. 25, 1950 and she preceded him in death on Dec. 16, 2002.

He was a farmer and driver for Kincaid Oil in Louisville. He was a member of the Louisville Christian Church.

Survivors include two sons, Ron and Dennis Allen; a brother, Robert Allen; two sisters, Roberta Allen and Cloetilla Rogers; four grandchildren; one step-grandchild and six great-grandchildren.

Preceding him in death were his parents and wife.

Funeral services were held at Neal Funeral Home in Louisville with burial in Moore's Cemetery (Christian Home).

Memorials to Louisville Christian Church. 
Varlen L. Allen
200 Clarence Ray Alloway infant son of Mr. James & Mrs. J. L. Alloway was born in Burwell, Nebraska, August 12, 1927, and departed this life September 29, 1927, at the age of six weeks six days.

He was a bright an promising child and was already a member of the Cradle Roll, of the Methodist Sunday School. He was sick only 24 hours, so he did not have to suffer long.

The funeral was conducted by Rev. W. W. Gettys, Pastor of the M. E. Church, from the parents home Friday, afternoon September 30, 1927. Burial was made in the Cottonwood Cemetery, Burwell, Nebraska. 
Clarence Ray Alloway

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