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701 Union Cemetery  AUTREY, Marlys Mary (I4522)
 
702 Union Cemetery MUSEUS, Lilly Delores (I216)
 
703 Union Cemetery  KNUTSON, Odin (I237)
 
704 Union Cemetery (Maplewood, MN). Grave markers. Source (S212)
 
705 unmarried KAURIN, Wilhelmine Fredrikke (I740)
 
706 Utica Daily Press. Monday, June 8, 1908. James Keller Obituary. [Brother of Christina, proves Father]
Death of James Keller
An Esteemed and Respected Holland Patent Man
Holland Patent, June 7 - At his residence in Wethersfield, after an illness of over three months, at 7 o'clock am Saturday, occurred the death of James Keller, in his 77th year. His father was John Keller of Root, a farmer whose family consisted of his wife and six children, two sons and four daughters. The parents and children are all deceased except a duaghter, Mrs. Christina Mulholland of Viola, Minn. James Keller was born at Root, October 7, 1831. His father died in 1835, and James, now four years old, went to live with an uncle and aunt. At 11 years of age he went to Long Lake to reside. He grew up to be a carpenter and In later years he followed farming. In 1853 he married, at Lond Lake, to Miss Esther Seaman of Schroon Lake. They had four children, two sons and two daughters, all born at Long Lake. One daughter, Laura Keller, died at Long Lake. The surviving one, Mrs. Ezra Smith resided at Byron, Minn. Of his two sons, Charles A. Keller resides at Viola, Minn. and Frank F. Keller at Wematcjae, Wash. Mr Keller was converted at 10 years of age and united with the Protestant Methodist, and later the Wesleyan Methodist Church. On moving to Viola, Minn. he united with the M.E. Church. While living in the northern part of the state, Mr. Keller did much missionary work in sparsely settled places. Mr Keller was twice married. His second wife was Miss Maria Loomis of Wethersfield, whom he married November 13, 1897. Rev. R.H. Allen of Holland Patent, officiating. Mr. Keller united at once with the Presbyterian Church here. His value to society and the church was early appreciated, for he was soon elected an elder, which office he held continuously to life's close. Mr. Keller was a thoroughly good man, and was beloved both in and out of the church. He died strong in faith, and will be deeply missed from many a friendly circle. The funeral services will be held at the late residence in Wethersfield, Monday, at 10:30 am Rev. A. Barry officiating, in absence of Rev. C. Edward Fay. Interment will be made at Long Lake.
 
KELLER, Christina (I52)
 
707 Valine Kienlen

GIBBON ? Valine Kienlen, age 94, of Gibbon, formerly of New Ulm, passed away on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007, at the Southview Living Center in Gibbon.
Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Winthrop, with interment in St. George Catholic Cemetery in West Newton Township, Nicollet County.

Visitation will be 7:30-8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6 at the Dalin-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Winthrop. Visitation will continue one hour prior to the service at the church.

Valine Edna (Maxwell) Kienlen was born on Feb. 13, 1913, in Martinsburg Township, Renville County. She was the daughter of James and Annie (Garrahy) Maxwell. Valine received her education at St. Andrew?s Catholic School in Fairfax, attended Good Counsel High School in Mankato, and was a graduate of the Renville High School in Renville. Valine went on to further her education for teacher training at Renville Academy in Renville. She taught school at rural schools.

On Sept. 24, 1935, Valine was united in marriage to Arnold Kienlen at St. Andrew?s Catholic Church in Fairfax. After their marriage, they made their home on the farm, in Ridgely Township, Nicollet County. In 1977, after they retired, they moved to New Ulm, and in 1996, Valine moved to Winthrop. Valine and Arnold were blessed with 12 children and shared 54 years of marriage, before Arnold passed away on June 7, 1990.

Valine was a former member of St. George Catholic Church in St. George, where she was the financial secretary of the Catholic Order of Foresters, St. Cecelia Court of St. George for 15 years. She was also a former member of Catholic Aid and Catholic Daughters. After moving to Winthrop, she became a member of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Winthrop.

Valine enjoyed puzzles, playing cards, and especially time with family. She loved to go sightseeing, visiting, and never said -no- for an opportunity to go along.

When she needed assistance with her daily care, Valine became a resident of the Fairfax Community Home in June of 2003, and in June of 2004, she became a resident of the Southview Living Center in Gibbon, and passed away there on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007, at the age of 94 years. Blessed be her memory.

Valine was survived by her children, Jerome Kienlen and his wife, Lorraine of Basking Ridge, N.J., Jane Moldaschel of Sleepy Eye, Fred Kienlen and his wife, Dianne of Fairfax, Karen Weitzenkamp and her husband, Dennis of Winthrop, Val Toddy and her husband, Jim of Klamath Falls, Ore., Kenneth Kienlen of Mankato, Ruth Zilka of Mankato, Lucy Robertson and her husband, Tom of Savage, Sara Kolb and her husband, Hank of Toledo, Ohio, and Mary Nosbush and her husband, Mark of Eagan; 32 grandchildren; 48 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Valine was preceded in death by her husband, Arnold Kienlen; sons, Charles Kienlen and Wilbert Kienlen; sons-in-law, James Moldaschel and Sylvester Zilka; daughter-in-law, Bonnie Kienlen; granddaughters, Colleen Moldaschel and LuAnn Kienlen; parents. James and Annie Maxwell; five brothers; and three sisters. 
MAXWELL, Valine Edna (I532)
 
708 Varmbo MUSEUS, Christian Johannesen (I657)
 
709 Varmbu, Melhus Praestgjeld NISSEN, Nils Christian (I787)
 
710 Veterans Hospital NOVAK, Henry James (I3548)
 
711 Vinger (Eidskog, Henmark, Norway). Marriages. Digital images. Arkivverket Digitalarkivet. http://arkivverket.no/arkivverket/Digitalarkivet. Source (S202)
 
712 Vinger, Hedmark, Norway (Vinger, Hedmark, Norway ). Norway baptisms. Digital images. Familysearch.org.

Norway Baptisms, 1634-1927," index, "FamilySearch" (https://familysearch.org). Index includes the IGI, digital copies of original records, and compiled records. FHL digital and microfilm copies. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Source (S179)
 
713 Violet not living with family in 1940 census. MUSEUS, Edna Noren (I205)
 
714 Violet not living with parents in 1940 census. SELL, Violet June (I207)
 
715 Violet said he worked with violins.
1940 Census http://interactive.ancestry.com/2442/m-t0627-04522-00468/?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d2442%26path%3d&ssrc=#imageId=M-T0627-04522-00376
Hudson, Page 9, ED 55-17 Sheet 5A #8, May 17, 1940, Almon Hughes 45, Ruby 43, Oliver 23, Marcella 8 and Maxine 8. Same house in 1935. 
HUGHES, Almon John (I124)
 
716 Volunteer firefighter at East County Line Fire Department. RICK, Richard Edward (I1390)
 
717 Walnut Grove Cemetery  BEARD, James King (I1008)
 
718 Warren Cemetery
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=159501945 
VANCE, John Bowell (I40)
 
719 Warren Cemetery
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7933509 
WEST, Mary Ellen (I41)
 
720 Was brought to St. Paul from Bemidji on the train while sick or after death - not sure. Brother, Melvin O Museus, said he had given her a peanut which had gone to her lung. MUSEUS, Violet (I217)
 
721 Was name Laverard H.? James L.
1940 Census, Hudson, St Croix, Wisconsin, Page 8, ED 55-17 #71, Sheet 4B, MAY 15, 1940, James L. 52, Mary 55, Agnes 28, Leo 26, Joseph 23, Genevieve 17, Irving 14. Same house in 1935.
http://interactive.ancestry.com/2442/m-t0627-04522-00468/?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d2442%26path%3d&ssrc=#imageId=M-T0627-04522-00376
 
HUGHES, James Leonard (I112)
 
722 Washington. Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960. Source (S247)
 
723 Website: http://vestraat.net/TNG/getperson.php?personID=I24283&tree=IEA MUSEUS, Carl Fredrik Johannesen (I773)
 
724 Will of Avis WEST
(Liber 29, Page 64)
To all to whom those present shall come, know ye that I, Avis WEST, widow of John WEST, late deceased of the Town of Brant, Erie Co, and State of New York, being of the age of eighty-six years past and of sound mind and memory, do make, publish and declare this my last will and testament in manner and from the following, that is to say:
First, I hereby direct my Executor to sell and convert into money all my property both real and personal at such times and in such manner as he shall deem best and by him paid to my children as follows:
I hereby direct that said property be divided into eight (8) equal parts and after paying all debts and expenses that then one part be paid to each of my following named children: George WEST, Matthew WEST, Thomas S. B. WEST, Jonathan WEST, John WEST, Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY, Annis HILL and Susan SHERMAN, subject nevertheless to the following directions. I hereby direct that enough be taken from Susan SHERMAN's share to pay to my son Thomas S. B. WEST the amount of a certain judgment which he paid by reason of signing with Richard SHERMAN to SHERMAN and ??? GODFREY of North Collins, NY, but such sum is not to include any interest for the amount to be paid.
Second, I hereby nominate and appoint Harrison B. CHRISTY of Brant, Erie Co, sole Executioner of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 11th day of August 1884. Avis WEST
Witnesses: Phila A. CHRISTY, Helen E. CHRISTY
Other Items for Case #24192, Avis WEST
Orders and Decree Granting Probate:
Liber 44, Page 27
Liber 70, Page 425
Liber 44, Page 174
Letters, Testimony
Liber 12, Page 181
(all of the above are on microfilm)
Also: 151 type-written pages of Surrogate's Court proceedings regarding authenticity of last will and testament, accompanied by over 100 pages of (apparently) handwritten transcription of same. (PJB Note: Appears to be a matter of a certain sum of money that Avis' son-in-law had borrowed from one of the brothers and she (Avis) wanted this money paid back to the brother at time of her estate settlement: Mrs. SHERMAN is the daughter in question, and Thomas the son.) Note: Elizabeth was Elizabeth Park, daughter Sarah had married a Willoughby. 
BOWEN, Avis (I2189)
 
725 Will was proved on 13 Oct 1724 and names wife Sarah; sons Peter, John, Francis and Thomas; and daughters Susanna, Sarah and Mary. John and Margaret Fones were witnesses.  WEST, Francis (I368)
 
726 Willamette National Cemetery, Section P Site 1077 AMBORN, Lloyd (I4582)
 
727 William lived with his mother until she died at age 94. He never married. TOUPAL, William (I945)
 
728 Willow River Cemetery HUGHES, Almon John (I124)
 
729 Willow River Cemetery BENOY, Ruby (I125)
 
730 Willow River Cemetery HUGHES, Helen Margaret (I2645)
 
731 Willow River Cemetery, Hudson Lot 206
The 1925 burial is in Willow River Cemetery in Hudson, Wisconsin. James and Carolyn have an upright brown headstone straight back from the fence on 9th Street, behind the Glover Mausoleum. Drive past the mausoleum, turn at the corner and head down the road until you see the red maple, almost to the end of the road. Walk straight down the row from the red maple and you should find the site.  
PARTCH, Caroline Calista Colosky (I27)
 
732 Willow River Cemetery, Hudson Lot 206
The 1933 burial is in Willow River Cemetery in Hudson, Wisconsin. James and Carolyn have an upright brown headstone straight back from the fence on 9th Street, behind the Glover Mausoleum. Drive past the mausoleum, turn at the corner and head down the road until you see the red maple, almost to the end of the road. Walk straight down the row from the red maple and you should find the site.  
HUGHES, James Isaih (I26)
 
733 Winona Republican-Herald June 23, 1944 Page 8
Mrs Jesse Handshaw returned to her home here Monday from St Paul, where she attended a graduation party, held for her grandson, Gerald Maxwell, at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Maxwell. Gerald, who just finished high school, will enter the navy July 1.  
MULHOLLAND, Grace Belle (I33)
 
734 Winona Republican-Herald June 23, 1944 Page 8
Mrs Jesse Handshaw returned to her home here Monday from St Paul, where she attended a graduation party, held for her grandson, Gerald Maxwell, at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Maxwell. Gerald, who just finished high school, will enter the navy July 1.


 
MAXWELL, Living (I320)
 
735 Wisconsin. , 1941. Source (S194)
 
736 Wisconsin. Barron . Prairie Farm. Registration of Marriage. Source (S188)
 
737 Wisconsin. Burnett. Webb Lake. Source (S234)
 
738 Wisconsin. Dept of Health. Birth Record. Source (S215)
 
739 Wisconsin. Jefferson. Ixonia. Registration of Marriages.

I have uncertified copy from UW-Whitewater ARC 
Source (S197)
 
740 wohl vor 1753, probably before 1753 MUSĂUS, Conrad (I4253)
 
741 Woodside Church  MUSEUS, Hans Benjamin (I647)
 
742 Wulff. Funeral Card. Source (S226)
 
743 WW 2 U.S. Army European Theatre, Purple Heart
Husband - Father - Grandfather 2- living children son and daughter 1- grandson 
STANCUK, Peter Stanley (I4501)
 
744 Year: 1940; Census Place: St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota; Roll: T627_2000; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 90-189. #54. 116 East Jessamine Street. Maxwell, Bernard S., Head, age 36, Highest Grade Completed in School is 8, same residence in 1935; Luella G, wife, age 34, 7th grade; Gerald 13; Leona 12; Darrell 8; Darlene 8; Charles 3.  MAXWELL, Living (I323)
 
745 [2] John, Robert, and Major Campbell, and John West, settled in the town in 1808, and Ansel Smith, Robt. and Wm. Grannis, and Benj. Olmsted, in 1819. The first birth was that of a son of John West [George], in 1818; the first marriage, that of Levi Grannis and Leah Hallida, in 1819; and the first death, that of Matthew West, in 1822. The first mill was built by Sam'l Butts, in 1822; the first inn was kept by Josephus Hubbard, in 1825; and the first store, by Milton Morse, in 1835. Julia Bradley taught the first school, in 1823." WEST, George W. (I59)
 
746 [2] John, Robert, and Major Campbell, and John West, settled in the town in 1808, and Ansel Smith, Robt. and Wm. Grannis, and Benj. Olmsted, in 1819. The first birth was that of a son of John West [George], in 1818; the first marriage, that of Levi Grannis and Leah Hallida, in 1819; and the first death, that of Matthew West, in 1822. The first mill was built by Sam'l Butts, in 1822; the first inn was kept by Josephus Hubbard, in 1825; and the first store, by Milton Morse, in 1835. Julia Bradley taught the first school, in 1823." WEST, John B. (I2188)
 

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