I397: _______ BACKERT (____ - ____)

_______ BACKERT

____ - ____

Father: Forrest Xavier BACKERT
Mother: Opal E. JOHNSON


                                                           ___________________________
                           _Frank Peter BACKERT __________|
                          |                               |___________________________
 _Forrest Xavier BACKERT _|
|                         |                                _Charles William WONACOTT _+
|                         |_Evangeline "Vangie" WONACOTT _|
|                                                         |_Rachel Lettitia HUCKABY __+
|
|--_______ BACKERT 
|
|                                                          ___________________________
|                          ________ JOHNSON ______________|
|                         |                               |___________________________
|_Opal E. JOHNSON ________|
                          |                                ___________________________
                          |________ CRAWFORD _____________|
                                                          |___________________________

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James Edward CURRIE

13 Dec 1872 - 1935

Father: Charles Hoitsen CURRIE
Mother: Anna Amelia YOUNG


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 _Charles Hoitsen CURRIE _|
|                         |   __
|                         |__|
|                            |__
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|--James Edward CURRIE 
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|                             __
|                          __|
|                         |  |__
|_Anna Amelia YOUNG ______|
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[184] [SOURCE] World Connect Site; UserID=:1922158; colors777@hotmail.com;
Peggy Quandt; 28 Feb 2002


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_____ HORNING

____ - ____

Family 1 : _______ UNKNOWN
  1. +Richard Carson "Dick" HORNING
  2.  Martha A. HORNING
  3.  Marian HORNING
  4.  Edna HORNING

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   |  |__
 __|
|  |   __
|  |__|
|     |__
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|--_____ HORNING 
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|      __
|   __|
|  |  |__
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Edwin Stanley MATLICK

[111]

23 Oct 1884 - 16 Jun 1958

Father: Allen MATLICK
Mother: Minnie CLAUSEN

Family 1 : Ella Margaret BRISCOE
  1. +Stanley A. MATLICK

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                   __|
                  |  |__
 _Allen MATLICK __|
|                 |   __
|                 |__|
|                    |__
|
|--Edwin Stanley MATLICK 
|
|                     __
|                  __|
|                 |  |__
|_Minnie CLAUSEN _|
                  |   __
                  |__|
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[111] Edwin Stanley MATLICK
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Obituary
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Thursday 19 June 1958 Inyo Register (Bishop, CA), Page One
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Services Slated Thursday For Edwin Matlick
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    Funeral Services will be held at the Blake Funeral Chapel Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Edwin Stanley Matlick, who died following a heart attack while on a fishing trip Monday afternoon in the Buttermilk area.
    Mr. Matlick was born in Bishop October 23, 1884, and had been a rancher all his life. His parents obtained the section of land which the Matlicks still have in 1887.
    Mr. Matlick is survived by his wife, Ella; a son Stanley; a grandson, Robert; a brother, Harry; and a sister, Mabel Rowen of Fontana.
    His body will be cremated and interment will be at the Pioneer cemetery.
    The Rev. Laing Sibbet will conduct services.
    Honorary pallbearers include Bob Clunie, Ernest Bulpitt, Ernest Rudolph, Bill Barnett, Ed Knapp, Leland Varney, Lou Gondolfo, George Bennett, Ken Johnson, Ben Barlow, Gus Cashbaugh, Jim Cashbaugh, John Lutz, Leo Smith, Alfred
Shelley, John Coats, Lloyd Covington, Clifford Jones, Richie Conway, Will Calloway, and Lawrence Taylor.
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Source:
Thursday 19 June 1958 Inyo Register (Bishop, CA), Page One
[Provided by Denise Bryant Flynn, (BUHS,'93), RAOGK, 3/2004]
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[110] [SOURCE] CADI


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Robert Packard MORHARDT

07 Sep 1907 - 25 Oct 1958

Father: Josef Emil MORHARDT
Mother: Ruby PACKARD


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                        __|
                       |  |__
 _Josef Emil MORHARDT _|
|                      |   __
|                      |__|
|                         |__
|
|--Robert Packard MORHARDT 
|
|                          __
|                       __|
|                      |  |__
|_Ruby PACKARD ________|
                       |   __
                       |__|
                          |__

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[278] [SOURCE] CADI


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Fredik Axel SCHIOTZ

[337]

15 Jun 1901 - 25 Feb 1989

Father: Jacob SCHIOTZ
Mother: Stina AKERHOLT

Family 1 : Dagny A. _______
  1.  Lois SCHIOTZ
  2.  Nathan SCHIOTZ
  3.  J. Paul SCHIOTZ

                      __
                   __|
                  |  |__
 _Jacob SCHIOTZ __|
|                 |   __
|                 |__|
|                    |__
|
|--Fredik Axel SCHIOTZ 
|
|                     __
|                  __|
|                 |  |__
|_Stina AKERHOLT _|
                  |   __
                  |__|
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[337] Fredrik Axel SCHIOTZ
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Obituary
--
Sunday 26 February 1989 Minneapolis Star Tribune, p. 6B
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Rev. Fredrik Schiotz dies; led ALC, World Federation
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By Pat Pheifer, Staff Writer
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    The Rev. Fredrik A. Schiotz, 87, president emeritus of the American Lutheran Church and former president of the Lutheran World Federation, died Saturday at Martin Luther Manor in Bloomington.
    Schiotz was elected president of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1954 and led the church into membership in the World Council of Churches after an earlier vote overwhelmingly opposed it.
    When Evangelical Lutheran and two other churches merged to form the American Lutheran Church in 1960, he became its first president.
    From 1963 to 1970 Schiotz was president of the Lutheran World Federation, an organization he helped start in 1947.
    The Rev. David Preus, presiding bishop emeritus of the American Lutheran Church call him "a major figure in the ecumenical developments of this century."
    While a student at Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Schiotz interrupted his studies to be traveling secretary of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, an interdenominational student group "interested in
Christianizing the whole world in this generation," said the Rev. Alvin Rogness, president emeritus of Lutheran Northwestern Seminary.
    In 1948 the National Lutheran Council named Schiotz executive secretary of the Commission for Younger Churches and Orphaned Missions.
    "His success at leading orphaned missions after World War II was what really propelled the delegates to elect him as president (of the Evangelical Lutheran Church) because he instilled in them a global awareness that we were not
merely an Upper Midwest church but a national and international church," said Albert Anderson, president of Augsburg Fortress Publishers in Minneapolis.
    Schiotz was born in Chicago, grew up in Ladysmith, Wis., and attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., and Luther Seminary in St. Paul. After his ordination in 1930 he served pastorates in Duluth and Moorhead, Minn., and
New York City.
    Schiotz was a strong supporter of civil rights and lent his name and his office to obtain open-housing legislation in Minneapolis. He led the church in Project Hope, a church-wide attempt to sensitize member to racism.
    After his retirement, he taught on ecuemical issues at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D., California Lutheran College in Thousand Oaks, and Warburg College in Waverly, Iowa.
    Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Dagny, of Edina; a daughter, Lois Eid, of Minneapolis; sons Nathan, of Minneapolis, and the Rev. J. Paul Schiotz, of Blackduck, Minn.; brothers Harold, of Ladysmith, Wis., and Eiler, of
Camarillo, Calif., and eight grandchildren.
    A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Central Lutheran Church, 333 S. 12 St., Minneapolis. Arrangements by Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel.
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Source:
Sunday 26 February 1989 Minneapolis Star Tribune, p. 6B
[Provided by Linda Pelak, RAOGK, 4/2005]
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[336] [SOURCE] SSDI: SS# 477-38-6162, issued in MN


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Donna SPENCER

____ - ____


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|  |__|
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|--Donna SPENCER 
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