Individual Notes

Note for:   Walter Moore,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     TWIN OF GEORGE

Individual Notes

Note for:   Arthur Nystrom,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     FLORENCE NYSTROM
SSN 474-07-2814
Residence: 91607 Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA Born 7 Jun 1911
Last Benefit:
Died Nov 1986
Issued: MN (Before 1951)
======================
NYSTROM FLORENCE
FEMALE
7 Jun 1911 26
Nov 1986
Born: CANADA
Died: LOS ANGELES
SSN: 474072814
PALMER
DILTS

Individual Notes

Note for:   Nancy Darlene Olson,   18 JUN 1933 -          Index

Individual Note:
     FIRST HUSBAND WAS MUREL JOLLY

Individual Notes

Note for:   Emily May Palmer,   17 FEB 1880 - 1949         Index

Individual Note:
     EMMA HAD A SISTER MARY (PALMER) STEVENS
UNION CEMETERY IS ACCROSS FROM BENARD DILTS (BENNY'S) HOUSE
12 children
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    DILTS, EMMA MAY
    CertID# 1949-MN-013271

Individual Notes

Note for:   Carroll Norman Pound,   9 MAY 1908 - 16 NOV 1975         Index

Individual Note:
      BIRTH, MARRIAGE and DEATH: info supplied by the obituary in the newspaper;
Funeral services were held Wednesday, 19 Nov at the United Church of Christ
Congregational at Remer MN with the Rev. John Fisher officiating. He moved from
ND to Remer in 1918 where he was raised and attended schools. He served in the
U.S. Army during WW2 and returned to Remer after the war and continued farming
in the Remer area until 1972.
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Notes from Nancy Lee Pound-
Born in Sod House in Ross, ND, > 1914 moved to Gilford, MT > 1918, moved
to Remer, Cass Co. MN. Wasn't named until 2 months old.
Occupations: Farmer, School bus driver, one year at creamery, one year logging
with Zumbrunan.
Military: 1942 boot camp at Fort Sill, OK. > Fort Ord, CA..... to be shipped to Aeulition
Islands? Discharged for knee in 1943.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Winnifred Dilts Breckenbridge,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     HAD A DAU. KAY BY FIRST SPOUSE
WINN WAS MARRIED THREE TIMES.DON'T KNOW FIRST SPOUSE,RUSSELL WAS
SECOND, AND BRECKENBRIDGE WAS THIRD.

Individual Notes

Note for:   John Nelson Dilts,   20 AUG 1824 - 21 FEB 1901         Index

Residence:   
     Date:   1900
     Place:   Jackson, Monroe, Iowa

Individual Note:
     Primary Subject - Dilts, John
Source - Hickenlooper 1896 History of Monroe County
Residence at Record - Age at Record -
Reference Page - 78
=========================
State of Michigan
Berien County
I the undersigned Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid,
do certify that on the 8th day of October 1848, at the house of David Spicer,
in the Township of Gallien, did join in marriage John N. Dilts, age twenty
four years, and Mary Burns, aged eighteen years, in the presence of
Samuel L. Burns and David Spicer, all residents of Berrien County.
John P. Jatnson
Justice of the Peace
========================
John N. DILTS
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Mary BURNS
Marriage: 8 Oct 1848
Berrien, Michigan
==================
Primary Subject - Dilts, John N

Source - Marriage Book 5
Residence at Record - Age at Record -
Reference Page - 292 Census Family Number -
Occupation -
Birth Date - Veteran -
Place of Birth - Military Unit -
Father's Name - Father's Place of Birth -
Mother's Name - Mother's Place of Birth -
Age at Marriage - 54 Recorded Marriage Date - 4 Apr 1880
Marriage Location -
Spouse - Conner, Mrs Eunice
=========================
Is this Nelson Dilts related?
1860 Delaware Twp, Hunterdon Co. NJ
Page 350
Nelson DILTS age 43 NJ (farmer)
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1870 Monroe County, Wayne Township, Federal Census
Page 463, Family #3

John Dilts, Age 46, born Ohio
Mary Dilts, Age40, born New York
Charles Dilts, Age 9, born Michigan
========================
1880 Monroe Co. IA
Jackson Twp. Page 28 ED 140

Dilts, John 55 OH NJ NJ Farmer
        Eunice A. 28 IN IN IN Keeping house
        Charles 20 MI OH NY Work on farm
        John H. 1 IA OH IN
Connors, Nancy E. 5 IA OH IN Step-dau.
        Lisie I. 3 IA OH IN Step-dau.
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1895 Monroe Co. Iowa, State Census
Jackson Township (not in town of Melrose)
Page 15, DW 88

DILTS, John age 70 married born OH farmer
In War of Rebellion Co. C 13th (?) Mich. Infantry

Eunice age 46 married born IN
        John age 15 single born Monroe Co., IA
        Hattie age 11 " " " " "
        Laura age 9 " " " " "
        Harry age 6 " " " " "
        Stanton age 3 " " " " "
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1900 Monroe Co. IA
Jackson Township
ED 85 Sheet #1
6 June 1900
Line 18, Family #7

Dilts, John August 1824 75 OH OH VA
        Eunice 1852? 45 IN IN IN?
        Louie J. ? IA
        Harry V. 1889 10 IA
        Stanley? 1892 8 IA
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Widow's No. 237.645. "Special"
Celia Morley, Widow of(Thomas O. Morley)
Wells Harrisberger, late Co C. 12 Mich Inf.
P.O. Buchanan, Berrien Co, Mich.

Kalamazoo, Mich.
Dec. 26, 1893

Hon. Commissioner of Pensions,
Washington, D.C.
Sir:- I have the honor to return the claim above described and report that
it was referred to this district for Special Examination "to determine the
fact and date of soldiers' death, dates of birth of children and whether
still alive."

The claim was made special Dec. 8th, 1893, and rightly so, as the claimant
is surely on her death bed. At first, I thought she was able mentally to
make a clear statement but soon saw I was mistaken, and her statement was
made with the assistance of her youngest daughter. Her condition was such
that it was useless to ask her to explain discrepancies in her former
statements.

We have now proof of the birth of all the children, except Celia and Mary
Ann, with the date of births substantially fixed. I could learn of no other
reliable source of evidence as to births, except Dr. Lewis W. Morley, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa.

The evidence show the soldier was in poor health from diarrhea when he left
the company and started for home. What was the manner of his death -- for I
believe him dead - is not shown nor will it be shown in my opinion unless
the information can be obtained from the following witnesses - whose
examinations I recommend.
William Molsberry, Iroquois, Kingsbury Co, So Dak.
Capt. B.E. Binns, Oklahoma. Ind. Terr.
Richard A. Dermont,Sgt. Paoli, Orange Co, Ind.
Warren Martin, Brooklyn, Powesheik Co, Iowa.
Hiram Strong, (not a comrade) Tama City, Tma Co, Iowa
John Dilts, Melrose Monroe Co, Iowa ****
Also Dr. Lewis W. Morley, Cedar Rapids, ___ Co, Iowa.
as to the birth of children.
Also, Wm Nugent whose last P.O. address seems to be Mound City, Ills. when
last heard of -

I interviewed Comrades Howard F. Smith who is feeble minded, and George W.
Merrill, neither could add anything to the facts already obtained. J.E.
Barrnon was not at home. I believe it would be a waste of time to see the
other comrades living in this district.

The claimant has recently received from the Hon. Third Auditor her Bounty
Claim.

It seems to me that an additional report should be obtained from the War
Department, showing whether this man was leaglly discharged from the U.S.
service.

The claim as a whole, I believe meritious.

Very respectfully,
W.H. Harrisberger,
Special Examiner
=========================================
Muscatine County, Iowa Civil War Soldiers

Notes: wife Mary E (1830-1876)
Death Date: 21 Feb 1901
Unit: MI 12 Inf C
Birth Date: 1824
Cemetery: Methodist
Cemetery Location: Melrose, Monroe, IA
========
Surname: DILTS
Given Name: John N.
Rank: Pvt
Unit: MI 12 Inf C
Birth Date: 1824
Cemetery: Methodist
Cemetery Location: Monroe Co IA
Comments: enlisted age 37 from Galien Michigan; wife Mary E. b. 1830
=========
John Dilts

     Residence: Galien, Michigan Occupation:
     Service Record:
     Enlisted as a Private on 18 November 1861 in Niles, AR at the age of 37
Enlisted in Company C, 12th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 18 November 1861
Discharged on 16 March 1865 in DeVall's Bluff, AR
     Sources:
     Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers 1861-65. (MIRoster) Published in 1903
=========
John Dilts

     Residence: Cedar County, Iowa Occupation:
     Service Record:
     Enlisted as a Private on 04 May 1864 at the age of 22
Enlisted in Company I, 46th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 10 June 1864
was Wounded on 24 July 1864
Mustered out on 23 September 1864 in Davenport, IA
     Sources:
     Roster & Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion.
(IARoster) Published in 1910 by English
=========================
WPA cemetery indices for DILTS in Monroe Co. IA.....

Dilts;John;N.;1824;1901/2/21;Methodist;Jackson;v;Co. C 12th Michigan Infantry
Dilts;Mary;E.;1830;1876/1/16;Methodist;Jackson;;wife of John N.
Note: John N. Dilts may be the parent
of John Dilts, b. 1879, but Mary E. (?) Dilts would have to been a
"first" wife, as she died 1876
==========
Grave Stone Records of Monroe County, Iowa; copied by
Graves Registration a W. P. A. project
Page: 28
Name: John N. Dilts
Birth Date: 1824
Death Date: 21 Feb 1901
Cemetery: Methodist
Town: Melrose
Comment: Co. C 12th Mich. inf; Mary E. 1830 to 16 Jan 1876
Relative: wif: Mary E.
=====================
        Dilts, John, Galien. Enlisted in company C, Twelfth Infantry, Nov. 18, 1861,
at Niles, for 3 years, age 37. Mustered Nov. 18, 1861. On duty with Fifth Ohio
Battery, from Jan. 8, 1864, to April 9, 1864. Discharged at DeVall's Bluff, Ark.,
March 16, 1865.
==============================
I am looking for information on Harry Dilts of Harrowby, Manitoba. HE
married Cora Ellen Rice, June 24, 1907 at Marchwell, Saskatchewan. I
believe he was born in Iowa in 1889. He died in 1959 at Harrowby.
Harry's parents were Nelson Dilts, b. Melrose, Monroe, Iowa in 1959; and
Eunice Smith b. Britt, Hancock, Iowa in 1852, d. 1956 in Harrowby. I am
also looking for information on John N. Dilts of Jackson, Monroe, Iowa.
He appears in the 1880 census as 55 years and from Ohio. Blair Rice
======
Hi Tom, I am having quite a time with these Dilts'. Thank you for the
information. If John N. Dilts is my Nelson Dilts, then that means he was
64 years old when Harry was born. I have Harry's b/d as 1889/1959. I
also have a sister Hattie with no dates and a sister Louie Jane b/d as
1885/1913. I am not related to the Dilts'. My grandfather, Warren Henry
Rice was a brother of Cora Ellen Rice who married Harry Dilts. Their
brother Clarence Gailord Rice married Louie Jane. Hattie was married to
William McVey who later married Gertrude Rice, another sister of Warren.
Hattie then married William Eli RIce, Warren's brother. Cora and Harry
had 10 chidren. I have not sorted the Hattie issue out yet. I am not
even sure if Hattie and Louie Jane and Harry were siblings. Your data
indicates there were twelve Dilts chidren born to John Henry and Emily
between 1879 and 1919 and from 1908 they lived in Manitoba. There should
be lots of Dilts' in Manitoba which I have been unable to find. I made a
trip to Marchwell, Saskatchewn early this september to do research on
the Rice's. It was a very productive trip which took me to the Harrowby,
Manitoba cemetery. Nelson Dilts and Eunice Dilts are buried there with
Louie Jane Rice. I did not know the connection until the next day and
did not get the dates off the stones. I will see if my cousin in
Langenburg can help me out with the info. Do you have Louie Jane Dilts
or Hattie Dilts in your tree? I would like to find out if they are of
the same family. Thanks again for helping out. If you want any
information on the Rice's, let me know. I will continue to search for
more info in Manitoba. i see in your list that the birth place or John
Henry's chidren is listed as "Manitoba" and one is listed as "Harroby,
Saskatchewan". I suspect that these should all read "Harrowby, Manitoba"
which is located near the Saskatchwan /Manitoba border on Highway 16.
Blair Rice
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Hattie, dau. of John Nelson Dilts
    Hattie DILTS
        Birth: abt 1882 , , IA
        AFN: CMPV-Q7
        Death:
        Burial:
        Spouse: William Frederick MC VEY (m 7 Dec 1897)
        Spouse: William Eli RICE (m 26 Oct 1908)
==================
Dilts, John, Galien. Enlisted in company C, Twelfth Infantry, Nov. 18, 1861,
at Niles, for 3 years, age 37. Mustered Nov. 18, 1861. On duty with Fifth
Ohio Battery, from Jan. 8, 1864, to April 9, 1864. Discharged at DeVall's
Bluff, Ark., March 16, 1865.
12th Regiment Michigan Infantry
1862-1865
=================
The Twelfth Infantry was organized at Niles by Colonel Francis Quinn of that
city, mustering into United States service on March 5, 1862, with an
enrollment of 1,000 officers and men.
The Regiment left the state March 18, proceeding to St. Louis, Missouri,
where it embarked on steamers for Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn. When it
arrived it was assigned to Colonel Peabody's Brigade, General Prentiss'
    division, Army of the Tennessee. At the time the Twelfth joined the army
commanded by General Grant, the Brigade's, Divisions and Corp were
not numbered and organized as they were later in the war. The Regiment,
with others newly organized and with no actual field experience, were
pushed to the front, and from reports of the commanding officer, no
adequate precautions or means of defence were taken to guard against
a surprise attacks by the Confederates. Evidences seemed to multiply
that the Confederates were in force somewhere in the vicinity, so Lieutenant
Colonel Graves obtained permission of the Brigade Commander, to send two
companies of the Twelfth under Major Powell, as an advance picket. These
companies were attacked at daylight, slowly being driven back to camp; but,
their stubborn resistance gave some timely notice of the approach of the
attacking force.
Sunday morning, April the 6th, the Confederate army under General Albert
Sidney Johnston delivered a crushing blow upon the Union lines at Pittsburgh
Landing. The want of organization caused the Union troops to fight by
detachments, causing the solidity of the Union army not to be brought,
to resist the compact lines of the Confederates as a unit force, resulting in disaster.

Prentiss' division fought as heroically as men could fight under such discouraging
    circumstances, although swept from their first line by the rush of the attack, losing
    large numbers in killed or captured, the division fought desperately until the
afternoon when overpowered and exhausted, most of it surrendered.

During the battle of Sunday, General Johnston was killed and General Beauregard
assumed command of the Confederate forces.

The troops laid upon their arms during the night, then before morning General Buell's
Army arrived, when the battle resumed, culminating on monday in driving General
    Beauregard and his troops from the field. The losses of the Twelfth in this
engagement was serious.

The Regiment during the rest of the year occupied stations at Boliver, Tenn., Iuka,
Miss., and Metamora, Miss., then spent from November 1862, to May 1863,
guarding the Mississippi Central R.R., with headquarters at Middleburg, Tenn.

At this place in December a detachment of the Regiment was besieged in a block
house which was gallantly defended against an attack by General Van Dorn's
forces, estimated at 3,000 strong.

Colonel Graves refused to surrender, succeeding after an engagement of two
and a half hours in driving off the Confederate forces. The command was
complimented by General Grant in General Orders for this brilliant work.

The Regiment was ordered to Vicksburg, Miss., in June, 1863, where it took
post at Hayn's Bluff, remaining there until the fall of Vicksburg.

In July of 1863, the Twelfth was comprised in a force under the command of
General Steele, when he attacked Little Rock, Ark. At this point the Regiment
    veteranized, 334 men re-enlisting, then in January 1864, started for Michigan
on veteran furlough. After the expiration of the 30 days furlough, the Twelfth
reassembled at Niles returning to Little Rock, where it arrived on April 1st.
The Regiment was engaged in long marches and frequent skirmishes with
the Confederates in addition to doing picket and guard duty until October,
    when it arrived at De Vall's Bluff, Ark. They continued to occupy posts in
    the area wherever their services were needed until they were ordered to
    re-assemble at Camden, Ark., where they were mustered out of Federal
service on February 15, 1866.

From there, the Twelfth started at once for Michigan, arriving at Jackson,
    the 27th of March, when it was paid off and disbanded the 6th of March, 1866

During their term of Federal service they were engaged at:

Pittsburgh Landing,Tn./ Iuka,Ms./ Metamora,Tn/ Middleburg,Tn./
Mechanicsville,Ms./ Vicksburg,Ms./ Little Rock,Ar./ Clarendon, Ar./
Gregory's Landing, Arkansas

********************************Below Dilts "May" be non-related******
SURNAME: DILTS
NAME: CHARLES B DILTS
S_SURNAME: COVENEY
SPOUSE: LELIA A COVENEY
COUNTY: BERRIEN
CITY:
DATE: 05 MAY 1881
DOCUMENT: CTY BK AND/OR RECNO 1009
=============================
Registered Voters, Niles, Michigan
Oct. 16, 1864
SECOND WARD.
Dilts, Charles A.....Main St.
==============================

Note: Could this be the correct John Dilts, with a earlier wife?

On LDS "Ancestral File", #AFN: 368S-7T, is a John Dilts, born 1825 Ohio, d. OH &
with wife "Rucenia, born 1827, OH, d. OH. Children .......

-Jacob Dilts, born 1855, OH
-John Dilts, born 1857, OH
-Finley Dilts, born 1859, OH
-Emma Dilts, born 1864, OH
-Charles Elmer Dilts, b. 3 May 1867, Hocking Co. OH, d. 3 May 1934,
Washington Twp. Pickaway Co. OH, bur. 5 May 1934, Forest Cem.,
Circleville, Pickaway Co. OH
==================
A John Dilts from Ohio, born about the right year, but
the spouse doesn't seem to connect up.

1850 Muskingum Co. OH
Newton Twp.
Image 644, Page 104
John Dilts 25 born abt 1825
Rusena 22 born abt 1822
Mary E. 2 born abt 1848
Eliza C. 1 born abt 1849
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Heads of houses

1840 Muskingum Co. OH
Newton twp, Page 321

Peter Dilts males~ 80to90=1, 10to15=1, 5to10=1, <5=1, Females~ 20to30=1, 10to15=1, <5=1
Peter Dilts, Jr. males~ 20to30=2, <5=1 Females~ 20to30=1, <5=1
John Dilts males~ 20to30=1, 15to20=2, <5=1 Females~ 30to40=1, <5=2
Daniel Dilts males~ 30to40=1, 15to20=1, 5to10=1, <5=1 Females~ 30to40=1, 15to20=1, 10to15=1, 5to10=1, <5=1
Martha Dilts males~10to15=1, 5to10=1 Females~ 30to40=1, 10to15=1, 5to10=1
-------------------------
Note: is this the Peter Dilts above?
My Dilts line came from New Jersey. Farthest I have definite is Peter born
1769 and died in 1848 in Muskingum County, Ohio. He had quite a few children
one of which was named John who had a wife Arletta. I dont have info on him.
I got the childrens names from his will when we researched at the Muskingum
County Court House.
The old Peter there had 3 wives I think and even had a couple kids in the 1840"s.
He was my gggg grandfather. His daugher Catherine had Mary and Mary had Robert
Dilts who was my gg grandfather and who lived to 1934 so the family remembers
him well. Peter and my Robert stayed in the Muskingum County = White Cottage area.
There are so many of them and I imagine we are all connected.
Irene, BentBouy1@@aol.com
==========================
1850 Shelby Co. OH
Loramie Twp.
Image 179, Page 239

John S. Dilts 31 NJ born about 1819
Elizabeth 28 NJ born about 1822
MD? 6 NJ born about 1844
David 4 NJ born about 1846
John 3/12 NJ born about 1850
=================
1850 Richland Co. OH
Worthington Twp.
Image 925, Page 294

John Dilts 24 OH Carpenter (born about 1826)
Mary 23 PA (born about 1827)
Hulda 1 OH

===================

Some Dilts marriages from the "Ancestry" CD. (probably unrelated)

Dilts, Nancy married Seitsinger, Jacob on 27 Feb 1848 in Cedar County, Iowa
Dilts, Peter K. married Maurer, Elizabeth on 04 Dec 1850 in Cedar County, Iowa
**??Burns, Nancy married Dilts, John H. on 08 Oct 1848 in Berrien County, Michigan
Campbell, Daniel married Dilts, Margaret on 21 Oct 1849 in Monroe County, Michigan
-----------------
New Jersey Marriages, 1684-1895

Name Spouse Marriage Date County State
DILTS, JOHN A. MERRILL, RACHEL A. 4 Mar 1874 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN C. MARTIN, ANNA J. 9 Mar 1878 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN CARMAN, ANNA 05 Aug 1810 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN HEAVENER, ANNA 06 Apr 1805 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN LAVSHET, HANNAH 12 Jan 1848 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN MARTINDALE, IVA 01 Mar 1845 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN ROBINS, MARY 04 Sep 1813 Hunterdon NJ
DILTS, JOHN W. HENDERSHOT, ELLEN ANN 06 Nov 1847 Hunterdon NJ
----------------
Illinois Civil War Veterans ----- Any relation?

NAME COMPANY & UNIT RESIDENCE

DILTS, BRADLEY W A 112 INF LA SALLE
DILTS, CHARLES J D 103 INF FAIRVIEW
DILTS, DAVID A 20 INF CHAMPAIGN
DILTS, HERMAN H D 103 INF FAIRVIEW
DILTS, JACOB D 103 INF FARMINGTON
DILTS, JAMES D 103 INF CANTON
DILTS, JOHN M K 75 INF VIOLA
DILTS, PETER D D 103 INF FAIRVIEW
DILTS, SAMUEL K 51 INF GALESBURG
----------------------------
Note: Could this be the correct John Dilts, with a earlier wife?

On LDS "Ancestral File", #AFN: 368S-7T, is a John Dilts, born 1825 Ohio, d. OH &
with wife "Rucenia, born 1827, OH, d. OH. Children .......

-Charles Elmer Dilts, b. 3 May 1867, Hocking Co. OH, d. 3 May 1934,
Washington Twp. Pickaway Co. OH, bur. 5 May 1934, Forest Cem., Circleville, Pickaway Co. OH
-Jacob Dilts, born 1855, OH
-John Dilts, born 1857, OH
-Finley Dilts, born 1859, OH
-Emma Dilts, born 1864, OH
=========

===========
    Dilts, Albert IA BUTLER CO. BEAVER TWP 630 1870
    Dilts, David IA BUTLER CO. BEAVER TWP 630 1870
    Dilts, John IA BUTLER CO. JEFFERSON TWP 683 1870
=============

Berrien Co. Marriage Records:
DILTS, Charles B M.R.: 5 May 1881 to Lelia A. Coveney<<
DILTS, John N M.R.: 8 Oct 1848 to Mary Burns <<
DILTS, Mae M.R.: 16 Jan 1910 # 39 to Emery Walters<<
DILTS, Alphonzo M.R.: 18 Aug 1912 #1021 to Mande Sides<<
DILTS, Mary M.R.: 13 Dec 1921 #1495 to Charles Rook they would have M.
Application on this and below to show parents, etc.<<
DILTS, Elvin M.R.: 6 Aug 1923 #967 to Helen Korner<<
DILTS, Mildred E M.R.: 16 Jan 1924 #52 to Elias P. Alatza <<
DILTS, Andrew M.R.: 2 May 1924 to Ora Collins<<

DIETZ, Joel M.R.: 24 Oct 1869 #394 to Lydia W. Dunkleberger<<
DILLS, Charles M.R.: 30 Dec 1875 #39 to Mina Alice Lane<
COVENEY, J.C. M.R.: 23 Dec 1878 #166 to Phebe G. Wells<<
COVENEY, Jane M.R.: 9 Feb 1888 #166 to Charles N. McCracken<<
COVENY, Joseph land owner, S.W. Sec 5, Buchanan, Berrien, Mich.<<
16 Oct 1864 Registered Voters, Niles, Berrien, Mich.:
DILTS, Charles A ..... Main St. 1st Ward.

Benton Harbor Public Library
213 E. Wall St.
Benton Harbor, Mich. 49022 $3 for 3 items Jill is the most perfect gal
that works there to pull items from the paper. She is really good But
you could see if Buchanan has a library and see what they have. Also Niles
Library. I gave you the Historical Society address didn't I?

Berrien Co., Mich. Death Records:
DIETZ, Maud D.R.: 17 Mar 1914 Benton Harbor if not Catholic, would be
buried in Crystal Springs Cem., Benton Twp., Mich. largest cem. in Benton
Harbor. I think records are $3 each?
===========================
Related?
1850, Burlington, Des Moines Co., Iowa
Image 354, Page 500, Ward 3
Dilts Wesley 69 KY farmer
        Cynthia 50 KY
        Nelson 22 KY
        Mary 17 OH
Samson, Ward 30 MA
======================================
[Flossie M Dilts.FTW]

John Nelson was married first to Mary E. (Burns?) One child, Charles Wesley. Then Married to Eunice Smith. 8 children
They show up in the 1900 census with the oldest, John H, married with 1 daughter Mary age 5mos

Individual Notes

Note for:   Eunice A. Smith,   FEB 1852 - 1936         Index

Individual Note:
     Name: Lisie I. Connors
Home in 1880: Jackson, Monroe, Iowa
Age: 3
Estimated birth year: abt 1877
Birthplace: Iowa
Relation to head-of-household: Stepdaughter
Father's birthplace: OH
Mother's name: Eunice A.
Mother's birthplace: IN
Neighbors: View others on page
Marital Status: Single
Household Members: Name Age

John N. Dilts 55
Eunice A. Dilts 28
Charles Dilts 20
John H. Dilts 1
Nancy E. Connors 5
Lisie I. Connors 3
=========================
   

Individual Notes

Note for:   Louie Jain Dilts,   28 SEP 1884 - 30 AUG 1913         Index

Individual Note:
     HER NAME ON THE 1900 MONROE, JACKSON TWP., IOWA CENSUS IS HARD TO MAKE OUTHER NAME ON THE 1900 MONROE, JACKSON TWP., IOWA CENSUS IS HARD TO MAKE OUT.
IT COULD BE "LOUIE", "SUSIE", "IONE", OR ?
===========
On the
Jackson Township, 1895 State Census (not in town of Melrose)
Page 15, DW 88
Name is shown as Laura, age 9.
Is this the same person as "Louie Jain?"

==========
April 02, 1906, Came to Canada with her family
==========
NOTES: Louie Jain DILTS
General: When Louie jain died at the age of 28, they had three children who were adpoted to the uncles and aunts before Gailord moved to Vancouver Island and married Frances Mazy.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Harry Bluff Dilts,   JUN 1889 - 1959         Index

Event:   
     Type:   Fact 2 (2)
     Place:   Harrowby, Cemetery


Individual Notes

Note for:   Stanton Dilts,   FEB 1892 -          Index

Individual Note:
     Stanton Dilts
Birth: 1892
Death:
Burial:
Marriage: Unknown
Children:
Beryl (Dilts)
Married "Unknown" Dupey
Lived in St. Paul. Died circa 1998.
Elsie seen her quite often, and took her
to reunions in Iowa, and Canada once.
Children: Jenny Dupey
     Married "Unknown" circa 98/99
Elsie (Jolly) Forceir went to her wedding
after Jenny's mother died.
She moved to Montana.
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Individual Notes

Note for:   Frederick Arthur Green,   2 JUL 1907 - 10 OCT 1977         Index

Individual Note:
      DEATH: info supplied by "In Memory" folder from the funeral home; services at
the United Church of Christ (Congregational) Remer MN Friday 14 Oct 1977 Rev.
Rank Gardner and Rev. John Fisher officiating

Individual Notes

Note for:   Beatrice Isabel Dilts,   2 MAR 1906 - 4 APR 1967         Index

Individual Note:
      BIRTH and DEATH: info supplied by her sister-in-law Margaret Green Long and
additional information from the "In Memory" folder at the funeral service at the Mason
Memorial Congregational Church Remer MN Saturday 8 April 1967 Rev. John Fisher
officiating
BORN IN Melrose Iowa. HER FAMILY MOVED TO HARROWBY CANADA, WHEN YOUNG.
BEA LEFT REMER IN 1964 AND STAYED IN FORREST LAKE MINNESOTA WITH
SKEE AND NANCY GREEN UNTIL SHE DIED. SHE WORKED AT A HOSPITAL
WHILE IN FORREST LAKE.
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"Remembrance Card"

In Memory of
Beatrice Isabella Green
Born March 2, 1906
Passed away April 4, 1967
Visitation at
Rowe Funeral Home
Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Friday, April 7, 1967
Services at
Mason Memorial Congregational
Church
Remer, Minnesota
Saturday, April 8, 1967 at 2 P.M.
Rev. John Fisher, officiating
Casket Bearers
Harold Jolly Murel Jolly
Francis Forcier James Diltz
Raymond Long Cecil Jolly
Resting Place
Fairview Cemetery
Remer, Minnesota
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"Card of Thanks"

We are deeply grateful to our friends and neighbors for their
many thoughtful deeds, gifts, and expressions of sympathy
which we have received in the recent loss of our beloved wife
and mother.
We particularly wish to thank Rev. Fisher for his comforting message.
Mrs. Fisher and Miss Myrtle Brown for singing, Mrs. Moen as pianist,
the ladies of the Women's Fellowship who served lunch, and all those
who gave food, flowers, money a and cards, and the Rowe Funeral Home
for their kind assistance. God bless you all.
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Funeral services for Mrs. Green were held at the Congregational
church Saturday. Those who came from out of town were her sons
Elton and family of San Antonio, Tex. Lloyd and family of Forest Lake
and Raymond who had just recently left to work on the Great Lakes.
Her daughter (Anna May), Mrs. Norman pound lives in Remer.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pound and Lyle of Fridley were week end
guest at the John Anderson and Stuart Reasoner homes. They were Sunday dinner
guests at the Claude Gallaher home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pound of Cass Lake also came to attend the funeral.
They and the Lloyd Pounds enjoyed supper Saturday with the John Andersons.
A great number of Mrs. Green's relatives from North Dakota, Iowa, and
various parts of Minnesota came for the final rites and remained over
the week end to visit at Norman Pounds and Fred Greens.
Mrs. Thomas Hicks, Sr., who had spent the winter at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Elton Green in Texas returned with them Friday. She will remain in her
Remer home for the summer.
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The Family of Beatrice Green.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Lloyd Arthur Green,   4 AUG 1929 -          Index

Individual Note:
      BIRTH: info supplied by his aunt Margaret Green Long
PHONE - 218-566-1529