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Note for:   John DeKrey,   23 AUG 1860 - 1 JUN 1947         Index

Alias:   Jan /De Kreij/

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Note for:   Edith A. Stibbe,   16 APR 1882 - 26 OCT 1967         Index

Alias:   Ida Alvina /Stibbe/

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Note for:   Evelyn Irene Brandenburg,   1 APR 1922 - 25 MAY 2011         Index

Alias:   Dolly /Taszarek/

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Note for:   Bernadetta Hurley,    -          Index

Alias:   Bernie /Brandenburg/

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Note for:   William H. Brandenburg,   18 JUL 1907 - 29 MAR 1953         Index

Alias:   Bill /Brandenburg/

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Note for:   William Holzworth,   10 SEP 1883 - 20 JUL 1950         Index

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William G. Holzworth, 66, pioneer farmer in Parish township near Goldwin, died Thursday afternoon at the Jamestown hospital, where he had been a patience for two days.

Funeral services have been set for Monday at 2 p.m. at the Eddy Chapel here with the Rev. Walter Odenback of Tripp, S.D. in charge . Burial will be made in Highland Home cemetery. The body is at the Eddy Funeral Home.

Mr. Holzworth was born in Tyndal, S.D. Sept 10, 1883. He moved to Zeeland in 1887 and when 22 moved to Paris township. He married the former Emma Klotz Dec. 29, 1906

Except for one year spent in California, the Holzworths have always lived in Parish township.

Mr. Holzworth is survived by his widow, 10 children, four brothers,four sisters and six grandchildren. He was a member of the Reform church south of Goldwin and the Rohrenback church.

Children who survive are Edwin, Jamestown; Mrs. Carl Funkhauser, Mrs. Homer Smith, and Mrs. Stanley Lumsden, all of Detroit, Mich.,; Mrs. Harold Grover, Oregon City, Ore.; Harvey, Buchanan; Albin and Walter, Woodworth; and Mrs. Ben Murphy and Beatrice, both of Richmond, Calif.

Brothers and sisters surviving are Jacob, Jamestown; John and Mrs. Christine McLean, both of Oakland, Calif.; Mrs. John Wagner, Zeeland;Gust, Woodworth; Mrs. Aaron Reimer, Topenish, Wash,; and Fred and Mrs. Paul Wagner, both of Oregon City, Ore.

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Note for:   Becca-Jo Lynn Olson,   30 OCT 1994 - 6 JUN 2011         Index

     Date:   10 JUN 2011
     Place:   Highland Home Cemetery/Jamestown, ND

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Note for:   Edward J. Sayler,   16 NOV 1898 - 29 MAY 1985         Index

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Edward J. Sayler was born November 16, 1898, in Johanesthal, South Russia. He
came to this country with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sayler, in 1899. They
settled on a farm thirteen miles west of Wishek, North Dakota.

On December 31, 1918, he married Christina Weisser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Weisser. After their marriage, they lived with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Weisser, for about two years. Then they moved to a farm five miles
west and one mile south of Wishek. In 1922, they moved back to the Michael
Weisser farm located fifteen miles west and one mile south of Wishek. They
lived there until their retirement from farming in 1958.

During the depression in the thirties they encountered hard times. The weather
was hot and dry. Crops were very poor. The little wheat that they raised, Mrs.
Sayler made into their own cereal and flour. In 1936, a storm tore down their
granary and took the roof off their house.

In February, 1959, Mr. Sayler and his son, Jake bought Raile's Standard
Service, now known as Sayler's Standard Service, which they still operate.

Tragedy struck in 1961 when a son, Edward, Jr., was killed in a traffic
accident north of Zee]and.

They have the following children: Mrs. Herbert (Eva) Just; Ludwig, John, Jacob,
Daniel, Herman, Albert; Mrs. Gayhard (Irene) Just; Mrs. Leo (Arlena) Hauck, all
of Wishek, North Dakota; Mrs. Fred (Clara) Thurn, Lehr; Mrs. Ferdinand (Edna)
Wiest, Venturia; Mrs. Wilbert (Landina) Meidinger, Zeeland, North Dakota;
Reinhold, Bismarck; Victor, St. Paul, Minnesota; Mrs. Alvin (Christina)
Peterson, Jud, North Dakota, and Edward, Jr., deceased.

Mr. and Mrs. Sayler are members of the St. Luke Lutheran Church of Wishek,
North Dakota.

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Note for:   Clara Sayler,   9 AUG 1921 - 4 JUL 2008         Index

     Date:   JUL 2008
     Place:   St. Luke Lutheran Cemetery/Wishek, ND

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Note for:   Eva Sayler,   20 APR 1920 - 20 APR 2012         Index

     Date:   25 APR 2012
     Place:   St. Luke Lutheran Cemetery/Wishek, ND

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Note for:   Herbert E. Just,   26 MAR 1916 - 17 OCT 2004         Index

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     WISHEK -- Herbert E. Just, 88, Wishek, died Oct. 17, 2004, in the Wishek hospital. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, at St. Luke Lutheran Church, Wishek. Further arrangements are pending with Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Wishek.
Published in The BismarckTribune on 10/18/2004.

Herbert Just
Herbert E. Just, 88, Wishek, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, at Wishek Community Hospital. Funeral services were Wednesday at St. Luke Lutheran Church, Wishek. Mr. Just was born March 26, 1916, at rural Wishek, the son of Christof and Emma (Thurn) Just. He grew up in the Wishek area where he also attended country school. He lived and worked in Montana and in the Berlin, N.D. area before returning to Wishek. He married Eva Sayler on Jan. 28, 1940, at St. James Lutheran Church near Wishek.

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Note for:   Marjorie H. Schroeder,   8 FEB 1898 - 16 APR 1969         Index

Alias:   Minna /Wolsky/

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Note for:   Robert L. Beglau,   16 DEC 1933 - 1 JUN 2011         Index

     Date:   9 JUN 2011
     Place:   Yellowstone County Veterans Cemetery, MT

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Note for:   Rosina Geigle,   1 MAY 1862 - 2 JAN 1954         Index

     Date:   7 JAN 1954
     Place:   /Spokane, WA