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Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Minnie A. Dudley

F, b. 27 September 1891
Last Edited28 Jun 2014
     Minnie A. Dudley was born on 27 September 1891 at Michigan. She was the daughter of John Baptist Dudley Sr. and Catherine Vineyard. Minnie A. Dudley married Henry Patrick Rissman on 30 August 1912 at Los Angeles County, California.

Family

Henry Patrick Rissman b. c 1885

Anna Lucia Corcilius

F, d. 2 May 1707
Last Edited28 Apr 2014
     Anna Lucia Corcilius died on 2 May 1707 at Mogendorf, Germany.

Family

Johann Pieter Overbagh b. 1681, d. 14 Sep 1734

Anna Maria Schnud

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Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Family

Adam Spaan

Mrs. Velma Leigh1

F
Last Edited2 Jul 2014
     Mrs. Velma Leigh married Fred A. Leigh, son of Lewis A Leigh and Caroline (Breckenmaker) Leigh.1

Family

Fred A. Leigh b. 26 Oct 1916, d. 25 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S1401] Union Democrat, 01 Mar 2004, Online Edition, Fred A. Leigh October 26, 1916 - January 25, 2004
    Former Greeley Hill resident Fred A. Leigh, age 87, of Ventura, passed away, January 25, peacefully at his home after a long illness. He was born on a homestead in Montana to Lewis A. Leigh and Caroline Breckenmaker Leigh on October 26, 1916.
    He was a printer all his life. He and his wife, Velma, owned and operated The Leigh World, a newspaper in Nebraska. They moved to Ventura in 1956 and soon he had his own print shop there. when they retired they moved to their mountain home by Yosemite. He was active in many community affairs. He was president of the Greeley Hill Community Club and helped build the senior annex building. Fred was always ready to lend a helping hand.
    He served in the 84th Infantry Division in World War II as a machine gunner and received the Bronze Star. Until the last three years he had only missed three of the yearly conventions of the Railsplitters Society since the war ended. He also served as president of the National Society and attended many of the California chapters meetings and get togethers. He is a past commander of the American Legion of Ventura, Post 339.
    Fred and Velma arrived in Greeley Hill circa 1972 and returned to Ventura about 1992 due to ill health.
    Fred loved Greeley Hill and was always on the look-out for items that the community could use. the past chairs in the Community Hall came from Ventura as well as the bingo board and supplied needed for bingo. The long couch along the wall also came from Ventura.
    Fred was also active in the Northside Ambulance Association and did what he could for the Greeley Hill Volunteer Fire Department.
    He was a "Mr. Fixit" around the house and loved to travel and have barbecues. He had a good sense of humor and will be dearly missed. He will always be in our hearts.
    He is survived by his daughter, Nona Belle Jensen; grandsons, Randy and Rick Jensen; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
    He was preceded in death by his wife, Velma, his son, David, one brother, three sisters and son-in-law, Albert Jr. Jensen.
    Services were held and burial was in Elkton, So. Dakota.

Robin Russell Disbrow1

M, b. 8 August 1924, d. 29 September 2012
Bur-RevN
Last Edited28 Jun 2014
     Robin Russell Disbrow was born on 8 August 1924 at Ronan, Montana.2 He married Melvina (Krepps) Disbrow circa 1945; Their first child was born in Feb 1946, and Mr. Disbrow served in the US Army during World War II. He likely married soon after he arrived home from the war. [BStevens 2014] Robin Russell Disbrow died on 29 September 2012 at age 88.3

Family

Melvina (Krepps) Disbrow d. 1979

Citations

  1. [S2440] Union Democrat, 12 Oct 2012, Online edition, Robin Russell Disbrow, Aug. 8, 1924 — Sept. 29, 2012
    Groveland resident Robin Russell Disbrow died Sept. 29 at Sonora Regional Medical Center. He was 88. ...
  2. [S1813] Union Democrat, 22 Mar 2004, 2A, "...He is survived by his wife of 29 years, Roberta Disbrow, of Modesto..."
  3. [S2440] Union Democrat, 12 Oct 2012, Online edition, Groveland resident Robin Russell Disbrow died Sept. 29 2012 at Sonora Regional Medical Center. He was 88. ...

Melvina (Krepps) Disbrow1

F, d. 1979
Last Edited26 Jun 2014
     Melvina (Krepps) Disbrow married Robin Russell Disbrow circa 1945; Their first child was born in Feb 1946, and Mr. Disbrow served in the US Army during World War II. He likely married soon after he arrived home from the war. [BStevens 2014] Melvina (Krepps) Disbrow died in 1979.1

Family

Robin Russell Disbrow b. 8 Aug 1924, d. 29 Sep 2012

Citations

  1. [S2440] Union Democrat, 12 Oct 2012, Online edition, Robin Russell Disbrow, Aug. 8, 1924 — Sept. 29, 2012
    ...Mr. Disbrow was preceded in death by his first wife, Melvina Disbrow, in 1979. . ...