Obits Franklin County, Nebraska


 

Franklin County
Nebraska

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Nancy Gertrude Krumwiede
obit: Nancy Gertrude Krumwiede who died April 28, 1990 at Villa Pomerado in Poway, California was born July 29, 1901 in Franklin County, Nebraska, the daughter of John H. Larraway and Cora M. (Skiles) Larraway. Nancy was the wife of the late William J. Krumwiede for 57 years by whom she had six sons, two of whom, Wayne L. and Gary L., preceded her in death. She is survived by sons, Neil W. and Donald J. of Vista, California, Robert E. of Oceanside, California and Keith A. of Claremont, California and their families including 18 grandchildren and 12 great grand children. She is also survived by a brother, David B. Larraway, Whittier, California and sisters, Bertha Olsen of Grand Island, Nebraska and Ethel Hevner, Goodland, Kansas. She was a wonderful mother, a great lady and a friend to all who knew her. Internment was May 3, 1990 in Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California. 29 May, 1990.


Thomas Jefferson LYNCH
Obit: Pioneer Resident of Franklin County died Tuesday night after long siege of illness. Coming to Franklin County fifty eight years ago, Thomas Jefferson Lynch had lived here since that time in fairly good health until about two years ago, when he began to fail and gradually grew worse. For the past six months he had been confined to his bed, where he was cared for by his sons. The last few days his condition was critical and he passed away at 11:15 Tuesday night, at the home of his son, Otto Lynch, where he had lived since the death of his wife, who died February 26, 1930. He leaves three children. F. S. Lynch and Otto Lynch of Franklin, and Mrs. Bertha Elliott of Sharon Springs, Kansas. the deceased was 87 years of age April 15 last. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church at 2:00 o'clock Friday afternoon, in charge of Rev. A. W. Lapthorne, and interment will be in Greenwood cemetery.


LYNCH
All Franklin County mourns the death of Mrs. T. J. Lynch, who died at the family home Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock after an illness of long duration. Mrs. Lynch was 81 years of age, and although she had been in poor health for a long time, her condition at times being very critical, she bore her suffering with that Christian fortitude so characteristic of her entire life. Mrs. Lynch is survived by her husband, T. J. Lynch and three children, Frank S Lynch of near Bloomington, Otto Lynch of Franklin, and Mrs. Bert Elliott of Brewster, Kansas. Mrs. Elliott had been here for some time assisting in the care of her other, and when she seemed to be getting better the latter part of the week, Mrs. Elliott returned to her home. Later Mrs. Lynch took a relapse and continued to sink until the end came. T. J. Garrett and Mrs. D. W. Baker of Franklin are brother and sister of the deceased. Obiturary will be available later. At the Sentinel's press hour, no funeral arrangements had been made. The husband, children and other relatives have the sympathy of all in their bereavement. 26 Feb 1930

LYNCH
Pioneer Resident of Franklin County died Tuesday night after long siege of illness. Coming to Franklin County fifty eight years ago, Thomas Jefferson Lynch had lived here since that time in fairly good health until about two years ago, when he began to fail and gradually grew worse. For the past six months he had been confined to his bed, where he was cared for by his sons. The last few days his condition was critical and he passed away at 11:15 Tuesday night, at the home of his son, Otto Lynch, where he had lived since the death of his wife, who died February 26, 1930. He leaves three children. F. S. Lynch and Otto Lynch of Franklin, and Mrs. Bertha Elliott of Sharon Springs, Kansas. the deceased was 87 years of age April 15 last. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church at 2:00 o'clock Friday afternoon, in charge of Rev. A. W. Lapthorne, and interment will be in Greenwood cemetery. 9 Jul 1935

LYNCH
Absalom Lynch was born Aug 25, 1810 in North Carolina. He was never adopted but a family by the name of "White" raised him. there fore nothing is known of his family. In 1844, Absalom married Jane Osborn, who was born Mar 28, 1820, in Coshocton County, Ohio and was the daughter of James and Mary Osborn. Ather this marriage, Absalom and Jane removed to Browning Township. Absalom enjoyed music and had a good tenor voice and sang in a quartet. He and Jane were the parents of six children. James, Thomas Jefferson, Ezra, Sarah Jane, Rachel Ann and Artemis. Absalom died Aug 24, 1883 and was buried northwest of Macon in the Mount Pleasant cemetery. 24 Aug 1884


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