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1151
Miles moves to Grand Island, Nebraska
Miles moves to Grand Island, Nebraska
Article dated 1887
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1152
Miles Zentmyer
Miles Zentmyer
From the Zentmyer Collection.  
 
1153
Miles Zentmyer Obituary
Miles Zentmyer Obituary
Published in the Omaha World-Herald, 20 Sep 1911
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1154
Miles Zentmyer's discharge from the Union Army
Miles Zentmyer's discharge from the Union Army
From the Zentmyer Collection. Dated December 6, 1865
 
 
1155
Milton Strahorn's house in 1883 per map below.
Milton Strahorn's house in 1883 per map below.
On Newark Road, south of Pine Street 
 
1156
Miss Jeanette Lehman - French Millinery
Miss Jeanette Lehman - French Millinery
Open for Business - Notice in the (Philadelphia) National Gazette, 17 Apr 1828. A plucky 22-year-old! 
 
1157
Monroe St. Bridge Viaduct
Monroe St. Bridge Viaduct
From the Zentmyer Collection. Robert built a railroad viaduct which crossed the Monroe St. Bridge and the Spokane River at the same place. This structure was completed in 1914, and was an engineering marvel to say the least. Robert was an early champion of the concept of grade separation, that is running railroad lines and automobile traffic at different elevations so as to avoid conflicts.  
 
1158
Monument Cemetery Headstones used for riprap
Monument Cemetery Headstones used for riprap
At the base of the Betsy Ross Bridge over the Delaware River, Philadelphia. "Riprap is rock or other material used to armor shorelines, streambeds, bridge abutments, pilings and other shoreline structures against scour and water or ice erosion." - Wikipedia 
 
1159
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - Brutsche closeup
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - Brutsche closeup
Page 321, showing burial dates and ages 
 
1160
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - full page view
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - full page view
Page 321 
 
1161
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - relocation to Lawnview
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - relocation to Lawnview
Page 321, showing where the Brutschés' remains were relocated in Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Pennsylvania, to Susquehanna Lawn, Section 64, Grave 51 
 
1162
Monument Cemetery Relocation to Lawnview Cemetery in Rockledge, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Monument Cemetery Relocation to Lawnview Cemetery in Rockledge, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Monument Cemetery held over 28,000 graves when the land was purchased by Temple University to create a parking lot and athletic fields. While many graves were identified and relocated intact, including some of the Brutsches and Lehmans, the remains of over 20,000 people were exhumed and buried anonymously in a mass grave at Lawnview Cemetery. Most of the headstones from Monument Cemetery were dumped as riprap for the Betsy Ross Bridge over the Delaware River, many of which can be still seen today at low tide. 
 
1163
Mortonhouse Ship's List
Mortonhouse Ship's List
The Mortonhouse arrived in Philadelphia 23 Aug 1728, from Rotterdam last of Deal, John Coultas Commander. 
 
1164
Mortuary record for Samuel Lehman
Mortuary record for Samuel Lehman
From Moore Undertakers. It is unclear why Samuel's executor paid for two burial permits and two pine cases, unless one of his children died near October of 1867. 
 
1165
Mr. Zentmyer is not at heart a Bryan man
Mr. Zentmyer is not at heart a Bryan man
From the Columbus Journal, 24 Oct 1894
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1166
Mrs. Strayhorn on Township Map
Mrs. Strayhorn on Township Map
Margaret Cornelius Strayhorn in northern Buffalo Township, Union County Pennsylvania in 1856 
 
1167
Mudbrook Cemetery
Mudbrook Cemetery
Photo courtesy Barbara Richardson Smith 
 
1168
Mudbrook Cemetery, Massillion, Stark County, Ohio
Mudbrook Cemetery, Massillion, Stark County, Ohio
 
 
1169
Muhen, Aargau, Switzerland
Muhen, Aargau, Switzerland
Your webmaster visited Muhen in November of 2018 
 
1170
Myrtle Bell Marlow
Myrtle Bell Marlow
 
 
1171
Naturalization Application, submitted 7 Nov 1831, granted 10 April 1834
Naturalization Application, submitted 7 Nov 1831, granted 10 April 1834
"Born in Germany in the Dukedom of Baden," although birth year of 1804 is in conflict with Ship's Manifest, (1802) Death Certificate, (1801) and Birth Record. (1801)
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
1172
Naturalization Petition for August Joseph O'Connor
Naturalization Petition for August Joseph O'Connor
 
 
1173
Nebraska Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1879-80
Nebraska Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1879-80
For Schuyler area
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1174
New Amsterdam in 1656
New Amsterdam in 1656
 
 
1175
New Headstone
New Headstone
 
 
1176
New London Presbyterian Cemetery, Chester County, Pennsylvania - Old Section
New London Presbyterian Cemetery, Chester County, Pennsylvania - Old Section
It is believed that Samuel Strayhorn and his father Robert Strayhorn are buried here. Samuel's sons Robert and Samuel and their wives are buried across the street in the new section of the cemetery. The cemetery provides no comprehensive listing of persons interred here in the older section, and many headstones have either disappeared or been buried. Robert was living nearby with his son Samuel at the time of his death, and Samuel in turn was living with his son Robert in the years prior to his death.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1177
Newspaper article about speedy engineer Zentmyer
Newspaper article about speedy engineer Zentmyer
This article is the only source we have found indicating Enos' middle initial W. stood for Wesley, but we accept it. 
 
1178
Newspaper Article concerning John H. Zentmyer
Newspaper Article concerning John H. Zentmyer
 
 
1179
Newspaper article in Tyrone, Pennsylvania
Newspaper article in Tyrone, Pennsylvania
This John is by far the best candidate to be the farmer in question. 
 
1180
Newspaper article regarding Everett's intelligence
Newspaper article regarding Everett's intelligence
 
 
1181
Newspaper article, 1861
Newspaper article, 1861
 
 
1182
Newspaper articles reporting the Dudley - Brereton wedding, 20 Feb 1937
Newspaper articles reporting the Dudley - Brereton wedding, 20 Feb 1937
In the Charleston, Illinois Journal-Gazette, and the Decatur, Illinois Herald. (Out of town guests from Mattoon came from twelve miles away) 
 
1183
Newspaper Item From 1863
Newspaper Item From 1863
 
 
1184
Newspaper Notice
Newspaper Notice
Samuel Strayhorn, Hartley Township, Grand Juror
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1185
Nineteen-year-old Le Roi K. Brereton sailed from Copenhagen to New York on 13 Sep 1927 on the SS United States.
Nineteen-year-old Le Roi K. Brereton sailed from Copenhagen to New York on 13 Sep 1927 on the SS United States.
Le Roi K. Brereton shared a birth date and place with Kenneth Leroy Brereton. 
 
1186
Norma Jean St. Myer Death Certificate
Norma Jean St. Myer Death Certificate
 
 
1187
Norman and Ura Holladay Hobart
Norman and Ura Holladay Hobart
 
 
1188
North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune 29 Apr 1910
North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune 29 Apr 1910
Some notes about George and Mary's Wedding 
 
1189
Notarial Register from Bischwiller for Centmeyer
Notarial Register from Bischwiller for Centmeyer
A recently discovered genealogical record from Bischwiller. The line under Jakob Centmeyer reads, 'Ackerer (farmer -Ed) in Roigheim, Württemberg.' The entry for his son Johann Bernhard reads, 'Lutheran, day laborer at the Keibelmühle (a mill -Ed) married on 16 Feb 1739 Maria Salome Roth.' The listing of their children reveals for the first time the death dates for Johann Jakob and Maria Salome. 
 
1190
Notice of Sheriff's Sale, 7 Jan 1789
Notice of Sheriff's Sale, 7 Jan 1789
This notice was published in the Pennsylvania Herald and General Advertiser. A Sheriff's Sale is a foreclosure sale, which was to be held 27 Jan 1789. Christopher subsequently moved into Washington Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1191
Oberholtzer Dairy Farm
Oberholtzer Dairy Farm
Oberholtzer Dairy Farm on Springville Rd, Ephrata Pennsylvania, where Keller's Cemetery is located. Johann Jacob Zentmeyer b.1742 is buried here. A relationship to Christina Oberholtzer is likely, but as yet unresearched. 
 
1192
Obituary for Bessie Winters Zentmyer
Obituary for Bessie Winters Zentmyer
 
 
1193
Obituary for Charles G. Zentmyer
Obituary for Charles G. Zentmyer
 
 
1194
Obituary for Ella Gantz Zentmyer
Obituary for Ella Gantz Zentmyer
 
 
1195
Obituary for Elsie M. Strahorn Pratt
Obituary for Elsie M. Strahorn Pratt
From the Midland Journal, Friday January 14, 1939 
 
1196
Obituary for Emma Zentmeyer
Obituary for Emma Zentmeyer
 
 
1197
Obituary for Ethel Nail Zentmyer
Obituary for Ethel Nail Zentmyer
 
 
1198
Obituary for George W. Zentmire
Obituary for George W. Zentmire
Photo courtesy of Bernadette Ellerman 
 
1199
Obituary for Georgia Ferguson Zentmyer
Obituary for Georgia Ferguson Zentmyer
from the Noth Platte Nebraska Library collection 
 
1200
Obituary for James G. Zentmyer
Obituary for James G. Zentmyer
 
 

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