Posted on May 29, 2013 by findingmydead
40th wedding celebration announcement for Frederick Nahodil and Flossie Irene Lynn published in the Shamokin Citizen on June 2, 1960.
Today is the 93rd anniversary of their marriage.
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Posted on May 14, 2013 by findingmydead
Marlin Lawrence Hess
12 May 1944 – 1 Jan 1980
The 99th anniversary of Marlin L. Hess’ birth was two days ago so I thought his marker would be appropriate for this week’s Tombstone Tuesday. Marlin was born in Shamokin, PA to George Hess and Carrie Alice Lynn. Marlin spent at least half of his life living in Shamokin before moving to Bristol, PA where he passed away. Marlin is buried at Sunset Memorial park in Feasterville-Trevose.
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Posted on May 8, 2013 by findingmydead
William Henry Wetzel
born May 8, 1893 – died November 19, 1951
Buried Odd Fellows Cemetery; Coal Township, PA
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Posted on May 2, 2013 by findingmydead
This will be a brief post as there is no obituary, no picture and no tombstone. George W Lynn was born to Harry Alfred Lynn and Clara Irene (McIntyre) Lynn on May 2, 1921. On October 3, 1921, young George died in Shamokin from Cholera Infantum. He is buried in Shamokin Cemetery with his parents though his grave does not contain a tombstone. Cousin George would have been 92 today had he lived.
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