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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Noah Joseph (I618)
 
2 Alice Gertrude (Ray) Witte, 90, died Tuesday (May 16, 2006) at Cambridge Manor in Cambridge.

She was born April 17, 1916, in Furnas County, northwest of Wilsonville, to William and Nellie (Pearson) Ray.

She attended Huntley and Wilsonville Schools, graduating from Wilsonville in 1933. She taught school for 12 years in Furnas County and Red Willow school districts.

On April 22, 1947, she married LeRoy Witte in Cambridge. They resided on a farm south of Cambridge for 32 years. The couple retired from the farm in 1979 and moved to Cambridge. In addition to raising their own five children, she also helped raise her niece and nephew after their mother's death.

She was a member of St. John's Catholic Church and Altar Society, the Busy Bee Quilting Club, St. John's Alter Society and the American Legion Auxiliary.

She was preceded in death by her husband, LeRoy ; a sister, Edna; and brother-in-law, Tom Lewis.

Survivors include five children; Gene and wife, Susan Witte, Dean and wife, Linda Witte, all of Cambridge, Diane and husband, Tom Woodruff of Aurora, Colo., Dennis and wife, Debbie Witte, of Denver, Colo., and Kathryn and husband, Michael Winkle of Lincoln; nephew, Marvin and wife, Marlene Witte, and Mary and husband, Dale Wilson of Wilsonville; 15 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be 10 a.m., Thursday, at St. John's Catholic Church in Cambridge. Burial will follow at Fairview Cemetery.

Rosary will be 7:30 p.m., Wednesday at Lockenour JonesMortuary.

Memorials may be given to the LeRoy and Alice Witte Memorial Fund.

Lockenour Jone Mortuary of Cambridge is in charge of arrangements.  
Ray, Alice Gertrude (I140)
 
3 Bachelor last known to reside around Ferdinand, IN Witte, Louis (I85)
 
4 Born 12:30am Witte, Irene Mary (I93)
 
5 Born 1pm Witte, Gilbert Frank Ferdinant (I91)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Witte, Mary Innocense Patricia (I100)
 
7 Born 2pm Witte, Wilbur Clarence John (I92)
 
8 Born 3:30am. Witte, Vera Clementine (I94)
 
9 Born 5am Witte, Alvin Aloyus Vincent (I90)
 
10 Born 5am. Witte, Herbert Henry (I95)
 
11 Born 5am. Witte, Edwin Wilfred (I96)
 
12 Born 5am. Witte, Arthur Emmet George (I98)
 
13 Born 6am. Witte, LeRoy Joseph (I97)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Witte, Marvin Gerald (I99)
 
15 Buried with newborn Witte, Carolyn Nell (I56)
 
16 Came to America between 1844 and 1848. Settled in Marian Township, St. Paul, Iowa. Ostdiek, Ferdinand (I159)
 
17 Canada Frie, Johanna (I5)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F115
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F119
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F127
 
21 Died in a tractor accident. Witte, Gregg Paul (I309)
 
22 Diptheria Witte, Betty Lou (I50)
 
23 Ebenezer Coburn Sr. and Sibyl Robinson has 12 children total. Coburn Sr., Ebenezar (I892)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Coburn, Edward (I903)
 
25 Edward Colbourne is recognized as the progenitor of the Coburn line in America, but the research in England failed to produce his line. In September 1635 the ship "Defence" arrived in Boston with 17 year old Edward Colbourne. He had 9 children with Hannah Rolfe. He was Nathaniel Saltonstall's farmer which indicated he was the manager of this prominent man's estate. Colbourne, Edward (I908)
 
26 Elizabeth Holt's great-grandfather was immigrant Nicholas Holt Holt, Elizabeth (I900)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Coburn, Edward (I903)
 
28 Huntingburg, IN Family F14
 
29 I could not find Conrad's birthdate but it's stated that he was 10 years younger than Sophia. In the latter part of the 19th century, the Russian Army of Catherine the Great broke their promise to German immigrants and began to recruit them for the Russian Army. This is why Sophia and Conrad left for America, he was 18 and she was 28. The story goes that he was dressed as a girl and smuggled out of the country in order to avoid the Russian army. The records from the U.S. Federal Archives show them both as being 28 and they were listed as "farmer and wife". Evidently, they fibbed about their age and status to get on the ship. Beck, Conrad (I854)
 
30 Immigrated 1881 Family F224
 
31 IRENE M. KUBIK
Irene Mary (Witte) Kubik passed away on February 4, 2008 at the Cambridge Manor at the age of 96. Rosary will be recited at 10:00 AM on Thursday, February 7, 2008 at the St. Johns the Baptist Catholic Church in Cambridge followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM at the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Father Tom Meguire will be officiating the Mass. Interment will be in the St. John?s Catholic Cemetery in Cambridge Memorials may be left in Irene?s name to the Tri Valley Health System, the Cambridge Library or the Cambridge School 
Witte, Irene Mary (I93)
 
32 Last known residence Ferdinand, IN Family F15
 
33 Marvin Raymond Heskett
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
McCook Daily Gazette
Marvin Raymond Heskett died Monday, Dec. 29, 2003, at the Cambridge Manor Care Center in Cambridge at the age of 88.

He was born Oct. 30, 1915, in McCook, the son of the late William C. and Goldie (Smith) Heskett. At an early age the family moved to a farm northwest of McCook. Marvin attended McCook High school before entering the United States Navy serving on a troop transport ship, the USS Thomas Jefferson, during World War II.

On April 13, 1940, Marvin married Verna Irene Hill in Norton, Kan., and they spent their entire lives in McCook.

Marvin was employed in various jobs before a long career at Sidles Auto Parts Store, retiring in 1978. He and Verna traveled extensively during retirement. Many winters were spent in Mesa, Ariz., where they enjoyed square dancing.

He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Alvin and Melvin Heskett; and two sisters, Myrle Haigwood and Berniece Clark.

Marvin is survived by his wife, Verna of Cambridge; two sons, Harley Ray and wife, Viola of Emporia, Kan., and Michael James of McCook; one daughter, Linda Witte and husband, Dean of Cambridge; six grandchildren, Lynnette Honea and husband, Shawn, Cori Thomas and husband, James, Lori Druse and husband, Tom, Deann Hunter and husband, Gerry, Brad Witte and wife, Jessica and Janet Witte; four great-grandchildren, Scott and Jackson Honea and Gavin and Emily Druse; sisters, Mildred Carfield of Arapahoe, Eleanor Ransom and husband, Ira of Brigham City, Utah and Maxine Stevens of McCook; one brother, Kenneth and wife, Pat of Chico, Calif.; and relatives and friends.

Memorial services are 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004, at the First Baptist Church in McCook with the Rev. Stan Hendershot officiating. Inurnment with military honors will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in McCook.

Memorials may be given in his name and left at Herrmann Funeral Home in McCook.

Herrmann Funeral Home of McCook is in charge of the arrangements.  
Heskett, Marvin Raymond (I949)
 
34 Mary remarried 3 more times after Robert Colburn died. Bishop, Mary (I907)
 
35 Miami, OK Family F8
 
36 Moved from Savanah, IL to Cowles, NE Vice, Nancy Jane (I792)
 
37 Moved to Cowles, NE. at age 5 Hill, Peter (I791)
 
38 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F173
 
39 One doc claims last name Mauck Nickolas, Catherine (I719)
 
40 Per and Nilla were a happy ambitious couple in Sweden. Nilla was considered a wise person. Per and Nilla were quite wealthy. They had many men working for them. These men assumed the last name Jeppeson or Jeppson which is the custom in Sweden. Therefore in looking up the name Jeppson, there will be those who are not actually related. Per and Nilla?s son, Jons, made a statement that there might be a way to distinguish between them. In Sweden children took their names as a "son" or "dotter" of their father. For example the son of Per would have a second name of Persson, or the daughter of Marten would be Martensdotter. As told by his granddaughter, Karin, Per had a long white beard that she would braid while sitting on his lap. He taught her to read and to sing a lot of songs, especially ?Work for the Night is Coming.? Nellie Pearson Ray, another granddaughter, used to sing the same song while working about the house and garden. Per died of a stroke or heart attack with a psalm book he was reading under his chin.  Family F343
 
41 Raised 2 nephews Family F18
 
42 Resided near Lawrence, Nebraska the first 25 years and then in Cambridge, Nebraska. Family F19
 
43 Rheumatic Fever Hill, Grace June (I928)
 
44 Robert Colburn changed his name from Colbourne. He was the 1st child of Edward and Hannah Colbourne. He had 11 children with Mary Bishop, which Edward was the first of. Colburn, Robert (I906)
 
45 Ruth Fuller was a fifth generation descendant of Edward Fuller of Norfolk, England. Edward had come on the "Mayflower" with his wife Ann, his son Samuel, and his brother Dr. Samuel Fuller. Edward was the 21st signer of the Compact, but he died along with his wife during the first winter of the great sickness at Plymouth in 1621. So this means Sibyl Robinson Coburn was a 7th generation descendant of one of the original pilgrmas who came to Plymouth, Mass. in 1620 on the "Mayflower". Fuller, Ruth (I898)
 
46 Samuel Coburn and Elizabeth Holt had 15 children Holt, Elizabeth (I900)
 
47 Several children last known around Huntingburg, IN Witte, Emil (I84)
 
48 Sophia Beck arrived in America with her brother Conrad on May 12, 1885. The fare from Russia to America was about $70 which was not much but the ships were probably not very comfortable. They arrived at Ellis Island and her name is forever engraved on the American Immigrant Wall of Honor. Sophia became the hired girl at the Dolan farm near Indianola, Nebraska where she met the hired hand, Otis B. Coburn. They were married a year and a half after she arrived in America.  Family F243
 
49 Sophia Beck Coburn arrived in America on May 12, 1885 with her brother Conrad, sister Katherine and Katherine's husband Henrich (Henry) Harsch and son jacob. The trip took 24 days. There was one stop in Havre, France. They must have sailed from Hamburg through the English Channel to La Havre and then on to America. Little is known how they all got from Odessa to Hamburg but probably by barge and/or train. The fare from Russia to America was about $70 which was not much but the ships were probably not very comfortable. (This information about the fare was taken from a paper written by Leonard Harch's grandson, Lester Harsh. Leonard was Henry's brother who came to America a year before Henry). Sophia was 28 and Conrad was 18. Beck Coburn, Sophia (I845)
 
50 Sophia Beck Coburn died Sep 11, 1926 of "endo myocarditis". There was no mention of her asthma which she had. The one error on her death certificate is that Conrad was not her father's name. It was Jacob. She was 69 years old and buried in the cemetery north of Indianola, Nebraska. Beck Coburn, Sophia (I845)
 

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