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1 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F87
 
2 Divorced 10 Jul 1952 Family: F115
 
3 Divorced 18 Jan 1955 Family: F123
 
4 Married in the Army Post Chapel at Fort DesMoines Family: F121
 
5 Married in the Methodist Church in Galena, IL Family: F122
 
6 Still looking for good source for this information Family: F157
 
7 August and Estella are found in Albert Lee, Freeborn, MN in 12 Feb 1918 according to August's WWI draft registation card. Shortly thereafter, they first show up in South Dakota in Armour, Douglas, SD. Their son Robert Leroy passed away there on 2 Nov 1919 only six hours after child birth. His death certificate says he died from internal hemorrhage.They are then found in the Mitchell, SD city directory in 1921. August was listed as a cabinet maker at the Mitchell Planning Mill, residence at 817 E 2nd. From 1923 until death their residence is listed as 809 E 1st. In 1930 August is listed as a furniture upholster and in 1948 he is listed as "furniture repair". For some years in the 30's August was "leader" of Buck Orchestra. In 1930 Estella worked as a clerk at Butterfield's Dept Store and son John was a student in HS.. From 1948 through 1960 Estella worked at Barron Bros.Dept. Store. She was still listed in the 1960 directory as a widow of August but she is not listed in the `1961 directory so I assume that is when she moved to Arizona, possibly with her sister Edna. Bessie Estella
 
8 died of breast cancer Unknown
 
9 Karl Benthe adopted Otto Karl Benthe. Its not known wether Ott's middle name was given from his adopted father or not? He then had another daughter (married Wittenbrock) who's name we don't know. Karl BENTHE
 
10 WED 03-13-1957 DAILY REPUBLIC
FUNERAL FOR AUGUST O. BUCK 76, WILL BE HELD FRIDAY AT 1:30
BROADBENT FUNERAL HOME HANDLING SERVICE
BURIAL AT PLEASANT RIDGE CEMETERY, ARMOUR, SD
MITCHELL RESIDENT SINCE 1920, DIED TUESDAY, 03-12-1957
IN LOCAL HOSPITAL FOLLOWING A LONG ILLNESS.
AUGUST BUCK HAD BEEN ENGAGED IN UPHOLSTERY BUSINESS
IN MITCHELL FOR 20 YEARS.
SURVIVORS INCLUDE HIS WIDOW, ESTELLA, ONE SON JOHN OF CHICAGO;
THREE GRANDSONS JEFFERY, BRIAN, & BRADLEY; ONE BROTHER FRED OF
IOWA CITY, IOWA, AND A NIECE MRS. CLIFFORD ELLWEIN OF MITCHELL.
TWO SONS PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH.


August Otto Buck is buried in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery located in Armour, SD (about 50 miles outside of mitchell). Buried next to him are two Buck children.
Surname First name Range Lot Grave
BUCK AUGUST OTTO M 003 10
Buck Billy M 003 9
Buck Robert L. M 003 8


August and Estella are found in Albert Lee, Freeborn, MN in 12 Feb 1918 according to August's WWI draft registation card. Shortly thereafter, they first show up in South Dakota in Armour, Douglas, SD. Their son Robert Leroy passed away there on 2 Nov 1919 only six hours after child birth. His death certificate says he died from internal hemorrhage.They are then found in the Mitchell, SD city directory in 1921. August was listed as a cabinet maker at the Mitchell Planning Mill, residence at 817 E 2nd. From 1923 until death their residence is listed as 809 E 1st. In 1930 August is listed as a furniture upholster and in 1948 he is listed as "furniture repair". For some years in the 30's August was "leader" of Buck Orchestra. In 1930 Estella worked as a clerk at Butterfield's Dept Store and son John was a student in HS.. From 1948 through 1960 Estella worked at Barron Bros.Dept. Store. She was still listed in the 1960 directory as a widow of August but she is not listed in the `1961 directory so I assume that is when she moved to Arizona, possibly with her sister Edna. 
August Otto BUCK
 
11 SS# 483-38-8344 Grace Priscilla BUCK
 
12 Helen M. Johnson of Brighton, formerly of Washington died Monday, April 11 2005 at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City, following a lengthy illness.
Funeral Services will begin at 1 PM Thursday, April 14, 2005, at Beatty Funeral Home in Washington, with Rev. Richard Boyd officiating. Burial will be in West Chester Cemetery. Visitation will begin at noon, Wednesday at the funeral home with family present from 6 to 8 PM. A general memorial has been established.
Mrs. Johnson was born Sept. 22, 1931, in Ainsworth, to Marvin Hugo and Irene (roth) Buck. She married John Johnson on June 29, 1953, at the Baptist Church in Washington. 
Helen BUCK
 
13 Published Wednesday, February 4, 2004 - The Ledger (Lakeland, FL, Us)

JOHN BUCK, 88

WINTER HAVEN -- Mr. John P. Buck of Winter Haven died of lung failure Monday (Feb. 2, 2004) at Winter Haven Hospital. He was 88.

Born in Mason City, Iowa, he came to Winter Haven in 1971. He worked for the Maremont Corp. of Chicago, retiring as president of the international division. He was a partner in Spalding Publishers in Winter Haven until it was sold to the Star Press. He was a member of Lake Region Country Club and a former member of the local Rotary Club. He graduated from the University of Chicago.

Mr. Buck is survived by his sons, Jeffrey Buck, Baltimore, Brian Buck, Seattle, Bradley Buck, Brandon; daughter, Barbara Fultz, Winter Haven; five grandchildren.

Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home, Winter Haven.

Birth: 20 July 1915 John Peter Buck 
John Peter BUCK
 
14 SS# 485-01-9614 Margery Ellen BUCK
 
15 was in the service in WWII and became an elevator operator after the war Raymond Louis BUCK
 
16 SS # 485-07-8575 Vera Bethany BUCK
 
17 she was born somewhere between 1871 and 1875 on Dec 10. She was 84 when she died in the mid 1950's Johana BUNCZEK
 
18 lived near Kassel Martha BUNCZEK
 
19 SS# 482-09-8040 Wilber L. CARDEY
 
20 air traffic controler in air force and as civilian - air force 20 years Dale Skippy CARDY
 
21 Donald Dean Cline, infant son of Mr and Mrs Chas. Cline, was born Aug. 13, 1931. And passed away Dec. 31, 1931. He was four months and eight days old. After a brief illness of only four days. He leaves to mourn his loss, his father and mother, three brothers and six sisters, all of Anderson, Mo., except one sister who lives at Yuma, Colo. He had one brother who preceded him in death seven ago. He is gone but not forgotten. Donald Dean CLINE
 
22 Helen Virginia Cline, late resident of West Salem, in this city, January 24, at the age of 25 years. Surviving are her mother, Mrs Nellie Cline, Salem; three brothers, Harry and Howard Cline, both of Salem; and Melvin Cline, Portland; and six sisters, Mrs Mildred Craig, Yuma, Colo.; Mrs Mary Mae Carden, Neosho, Mo.; Mrs Emma Boice, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs Alice Welch, The Dalles; Mrs Morris Kinnon, Salem; and Miss Janice Cline, Salem. Private services will be held Friday, January 27, at 1:30 pm at the W T Rigdon Chapel with internment in Belcrest Memorial Park Helen Virginia CLINE
 
23 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. T.L. COFIELD
 
24 Thursday, 9:30AM - died of a stroke Charles Campbell COOK
 
25 United with the Christian Church 8 Apr 1906 Mamie Greta COOK
 
26 died in auto accident at age 16 years Martha Cadelia COOK
 
27 Chalres held Gov't position at Vallejo - as per interview of Berniece Lyon with her Aunt Bertha Joreda in about 1960 Charles M. DOTY
 
28 Pilgram Edward DOTY
 
29 farmer at Sheldon on the Cosumnes River - as per interview of Berniece Lyon with her Aunt Bertha Joreda in about 1960 Johnathan C. DOTY, VI
 
30 Revolutionary Soldier Jonathan DOTY, II
 
31 born on High Cliff Samuel DOTY
 
32 Rising Sun Newspaper: Charles Leslie Gary was appointed ass't director of the Adult Basic Education Program sponsored by Vincennes University & the State Dept. of Public Instruction. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Missouri Valley College and recently completed a Master of Science at Indiana University. He was formerly a teacher in the Switzerland County High School, Vevay, and North Central High School, Indianapolis. The new ass't director and his wife, the former Susan Seelen, are making their home in Vincennes. Charles L. GARY
 
33 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. G.L. GILDOW
 
34 She was a maid for the father of Otto Karl Benthe. Otto Karl Benthe was given up for adoption to the Benthe family. She later married Ferdinand Jung and had a family of her own but kept in contact with the Benthe family. Wilhelmine HELMERICH
 
35 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. G. HERRING
 
36 died at age 62 or 63 in May of 1943 or 1944 in a WWII bomb raid by allied forces. He stopped to tie his shoe and didn't make it into the bomb shelter. His daughter Else Lina and family were present. Ludwig HERZOG
 
37 died in WWII at Stalengrad Wilhelm HERZOG
 
38 died of cancer in about 1940. Lived in Augsburg, Bayern, Germany Ellie JUNG
 
39 He was a train Engineer (Lokomotirführer) Ferdinand JUNG
 
40 served in Africa Core in WWII; divorced first wife around time of WWII; married a second time & divorced; married a third time. Unsure of names. Unsure of children Franz JUNG
 
41 Mrs Clayton Smith Dead
Mrs D C Smith died at Arkansas City, Kansas, last Friday morning, September 7, 1906, after a short illness. The previous Saturday she was taken to the hospital at Arkansas City to undergo a course of medical treatment for the dropsy, of which disease she had been a sufferer for several months. Although the best care and attention was given, the patient gradually grew weaker until the end came. The remains were brought to Rice county for burial, and the funeral services were held from Wesley chapel at 11 o'clock Sunday morning September 9th, conducted by Rev J H Pracht of Fredrick, and were attended by a large concourse of friends, who recognized they had lost a splendid neighbor, the husband a good wife, and the two surviving children a kind and loving mother. Again that motto comes to our mind, "What is home without a mother?"
Dora Nodruff was born on January 26, 1863, and died September 7, 1906, being 38 years 7 months and 11 days old at the time of her death. On November 11th, 1891, she was married to Claton D Smith, and to which two children were born, a son and a daughter, all of whom survive her. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved ones in this their sad hour of sorrow. 
Dora Elizabeth NODURFT
 
42 died in a truck accident while on the job hauling coal. He was hit by a train. Orville C. OVERTON
 
43 SS# 320-01-4486 John PLASKON
 
44 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. R.B.N. RICHARDSON
 
45 from The Brazosport Facts, Clute, Texas, Mar 16, 2005:
Lou Edith Rapstein
Funeral services for Lou Edith Rapstein, 71, of Brazoria, are pending with Baker Funeral Home of Brazoria.
She died Tuesday, March 15, 2005, at Cypress Woods Care Center in Angleton.
from The Brazosport Facts, Clute, Texas, Mar 18, 2005:
Lou Edith Rapstein
Graveside services for Lou Edith Rapstein, 71, of Brazoria, Texas, will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, March 19, 2005, at Brazoria Cemetery, Brazoria, Texas, with the Rev. Peter Conaty officiating.
Visitation will be held Friday, March 18, 2005, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Baker Funeral Home in West Columbia.
Lou was born December 27, 1933, in Brazoria, and was a lifelong Brazoria-area resident. She was a graduate of the University of Houston. 
Lou Edith RIGGS
 
46 Nellie Edna Cline
Late resident of Arizona, formerly of Salem, Sat. Nov. 18 in Arizona. Survived by daughters, Roberta McClusky, Issaquah, Wash.; Mildred Craig, Pueblo, Colo.; Mary Mae Carden, Neosho, Missouri; Alice Welch, The Dalles, Ore.; Florence Kinman, Shelton, Wash.; Janice Heddy, Las Vegas, Nevada; sons, Harry Cline, Salem; Melvin Cline, Portland, Ore; Howard Cline, Prescott, Ariz.; twenty-seven grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Services will be held Wed. Nov 22 at 2:00 PM at the Rigdon-Ransom Colonial Chapel, Cottage at Chemeketa NE. Interment at Belcrest Memorial Park. 
Nellie Edna SMITH
 
47 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. D. SNYDER
 
48 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. D. SNYDER
 
49 Occupation: Farmer & Painter Paul Randolph SNYDER
 
50 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. G.E. STEELMAN
 
51 Residence - Elsburry, Missouri Agnes Geneveive STUMP
 
52 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. B. VIEHMEISTER
 
53 died in WWII Otto WITTENBROCK
 
54 died of cancer Paul WITTENBROCK
 
55 Lives in München, Bayern, Germany Jörg ZITZELSBERGER
 
56 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Source: "Family Group Sheet of Ivyl & Vera Overton."
 
57 The Lyon headstones in Union Chapel South Cemetery were transcribed by Berniece Louis Lyon Cook in the early 1970's. She writes, "We found all of these headstones in Union Chapel Cemetery plus "Infant son of Elizabeth Nelson" & "Infant of Clarmon Lyon Smith" that died 3 days before its mother. And some other stones we could not read without perhaps using tracing paper & charcoal."

William Lyon
Mahetable Lyon
Clarmon Lyon Smith
Elizabeth Lyon
Columbus C Lyon

http://iowagravestones.org/cemetery_list.php?CID=61&cName=Union+Chapel+South 
Source: Union Chapel South Cemetery
 

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