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Florence Haight Death
Florence Haight Death
Article concerning Florence Haight's death in Hailey, Idaho 
 
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Florence Haight Memorial Service
Florence Haight Memorial Service
 
 
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Floyd County, Virginia Marriages 'Z'
Floyd County, Virginia Marriages "Z"
 
 
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Foundations of John Zentmyer's Farm Buildings
Foundations of John Zentmyer's Farm Buildings
Foundations of John Zentmyer's farm buildings, a two story barn and separate house. Property address is 9649 Sipes Rd., Huntingdon, PA 16652. This property is currently (Fall of 2012) owned by Roger Hearn, age 43, telephone (814) 643-5652. Roger is cooperative.
Image by Gary Zentmyer  
 
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Frank and Jeanette's first house
Frank and Jeanette's first house
Located at 1630 Morton Ave., Bungalow A, Los Angeles, California near Echo Park, the Hobarts moved here in 1911. 
 
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Frank and Jeanette's newly-built house at 644 N. Manhattan Pl., Hollywood, California
Frank and Jeanette's newly-built house at 644 N. Manhattan Pl., Hollywood, California
The girl on the tricycle is May Hobart Zentmyer, so this image dates from about 1918, the year the family moved in. The Hobarts lived here until Jeanette moved into an assisted living facility in the 1970s. 
 
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Frank Grant Hobart
Frank Grant Hobart
Early in his newspaper career
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Frank Hobart at work
Frank Hobart at work
Speaking into a Dictaphone recording device
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Frank Hobart Jr. AKA 'Bud' and May Zentmyer
Frank Hobart Jr. AKA 'Bud' and May Zentmyer
On the porch at 644 N. Manhattan Place, about 1927 
 
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Frank Hobart Jr. in World War II
Frank Hobart Jr. in World War II
Frank was a cryptographer in the Army Air Corps 
 
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Frank is buried next to his father.
Frank is buried next to his father.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Frank received the 'Plug of the Month' award from Cannon Electric in 1960.
Frank received the "Plug of the Month" award from Cannon Electric in 1960.
Frank went to work for Cannon Electric in 1939, and remained life-long friends with its founder, James Cannon. Cannon's major products included multi-terminal electrical connectors, or 'Plugs.'
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Franklin Zentmyer
Franklin Zentmyer
Original CDV of Franklin Zentmyer, obtained in May of 2012 on eBay, 62mm x 104mm, produced by BENNETT, 250 PENN. AVENUE, WASHINGTON 
 
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Franklin Zentmyer Obituary
Franklin Zentmyer Obituary
 
 
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Franklin Zentmyer Requisition Form
Franklin Zentmyer Requisition Form
Dated September 1862, only weeks before he was wounded at Fredericksburg.
We found this original document on eBay. 
 
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Friendship of Bristol
Friendship of Bristol
Signatures of passengers aboard the Friendship of Bristol, 1 6Oct 1727 
 
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From Family Albums of Harrisburg
From Family Albums of Harrisburg
 
 
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Fulton - Zentmyer marriage announcement
Fulton - Zentmyer marriage announcement
Article in the Cincinnati Inquirer, 25 Feb 1883 
 
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Funerary Hatchment for Charles Morris
Funerary Hatchment for Charles Morris
On the wall of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Halifax, Halifax, Nova Scotia 
 
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George A. Zentmyer Jr. Headstone
George A. Zentmyer Jr. Headstone
 
 
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George and Mary Zentmyer's house at 5929 Terrace Drive, Los Angeles
George and Mary Zentmyer's house at 5929 Terrace Drive, Los Angeles
George and Mary had this house built new in 1925. After leaving for college and then marrying, sons John and George and their families returned to visit many times. 
 
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George Aubrey Zentmyer
George Aubrey Zentmyer
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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George Santmyers
George Santmyers
 
 
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George Santmyers Headstone in Bear Den Cemetery
George Santmyers Headstone in Bear Den Cemetery
 
 
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George Zentmire's Last Will & Testament
George Zentmire's Last Will & Testament
Original in the Warren County Recorder's office in Lebanon, Ohio. The Will was witnessed by among others Henry Sherwood, who would ultimately obtain title to George's 250 acre plantation.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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George Zentmyer at work
George Zentmyer at work
George was employed by the Union Pacific Railroad for his entire working life, which began at age 16. His last job was as Chief Dispatcher for the railroad at Los Angeles, from 1923 until 1945.
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer  
 
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George Zentmyer family house in Las Vegas in 1923
George Zentmyer family house in Las Vegas in 1923
Photo courtesy John Zentmyer age 11, and his Brownie Camera. 
 
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George Zentmyer kidnapped in Las Vegas
George Zentmyer kidnapped in Las Vegas
From the Los Angeles Times, 4 Aug 1922
'Excelsior,' also known as wood wool, is fine wood shavings used as packing material.  
 
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George Zentmyer likes his job
George Zentmyer likes his job
San Bernardino County Sun 13 Dec 1923 
 
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George Zentmyer promoted at Las Vegas
George Zentmyer promoted at Las Vegas
San Bernardino County Sun, 21 Jun 1922 
 
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George's War of 1812 Record
George's War of 1812 Record
From the National Archives
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Glen Zentmeyer
Glen Zentmeyer
High School Graduation Photo 
 
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Grand Island Sailers' and Soldiers' Home
Grand Island Sailers' and Soldiers' Home
Lieutenant Miles Zentmyer was the second Commandant of this facility, which opened in 1887 in Grand Island, Nebraska. Originally built for Union veterans of the Civil War, it eventually accepted Confederates as well.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Grand Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale California
Grand Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale California
 
 
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Grave marker for Rev. Joshua Hobart
Grave marker for Rev. Joshua Hobart
In the Old Burying Ground of First Presbyterian Church Southold, Suffolk, New York - Row 10, Stone 012
Photo courtesy Perry Streeter  
 
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Görg Birth Record
Görg Birth Record
From White Oaks Church records,
Penryn, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

Written in German script:
"(to) Bernhard Zentme˙er
was born the 20th September 1754
Image by Gary Zentmyer
named Jo.Görg (Jo. short for Johann -Ed)
Baptized 13 October 1754
Barbara Meyerin and Elias Memminger, sponsors"
 
 
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Hailey Hot Springs Hotel, built by the two Robert Strahorns
Hailey Hot Springs Hotel, built by the two Robert Strahorns
 
 
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Hall-Strahorn Hardware
Hall-Strahorn Hardware
Article from the Humboldt Republican 
 
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Hall-Strahorn Hardware
Hall-Strahorn Hardware
Ad from 1957 
 
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Hall-Strahorn Hardware
Hall-Strahorn Hardware
Sign, unknown year 
 
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Hannah Wiggin Smith
Hannah Wiggin Smith
 
 
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Harry Russell Brutsche
Harry Russell Brutsche
 
 
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Headestone for Richard Kidoo and Mary Gorman Zentmire
Headestone for Richard Kidoo and Mary Gorman Zentmire
in the Aledo Cemetery, Aledo, Mercer, Illinois
Photo courtesy Janet Dunlap 
 
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Headstone
Headstone
 
 
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Headstone - Dates
Headstone - Dates
 
 
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Headstone - Family Name
Headstone - Family Name
 
 
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Headstone - Larger View
Headstone - Larger View
 
 
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Headstone - Zentmire Logan Park Cemetery
Headstone - Zentmire Logan Park Cemetery
In Logan Park Cemetery Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa Plot: Section: 12, Lot 356
Photo courtesy S Ross 
 
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Headstone Amelia Hill Strayhorn
Headstone Amelia Hill Strayhorn
In the New London Presbyterian Cemetery, New London, Chester, Pennsylvania 
 
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Headstone at Altalaha Lutheran, Rehrersburg, Berks, Pennsylvania
Headstone at Altalaha Lutheran, Rehrersburg, Berks, Pennsylvania
Hier ruhet Georg Emmert - geboren 1718 - Lebte 54 Jahr in der Ehe mit Maria Eva geb Grafin - Zeugte 3 Sohne und 6 Tochter - Starb den 5 Febr 1796

Here rests Georg Emmert - born 1718 (in conflict with birth record -Ed) Lived 54 years in marriage with Maria Eva born Graf - Produced 3 sons and 6 daughters - Died 5 February 1796
Photo courtesy Berks-Dauphin Roots. 
 

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