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Location: Centropolis Kansas

Biography of John William Waldron, Rev.

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Rev. John William Waldron is well known in a number of towns and cities of Kansas through his active ministerial labors in behalf of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and is now living at Galena, where he is pastor of the local church of his denomination. He had spent most of his life in Kansas, and by unusual talents as a preacher and unselfish devotion to his church had become a recognized leader in Methodism in this city. Both he and his people for many generations back are English. His grandfather, John Waldron, spent his life in England and was a registered pharmacist. His father is Mr. Thomas Waldron, who now lives at Scranton, Kansas. Thomas was born July 5, 1840, in Worcestershire, England, was reared and married there, and became foreman and superintendent in some of the mines of his native country. In October, 1880, he emigrated to the United States, first locating at Bloomington, Illinois, and in 1882 coming to Scranton, Kansas, where he was identified with the coal mining industry until he retired in 1896. As an American citizen he aligns himself with the republican party and he had always been active in the Methodist Church and is a local preacher. Thomas Waldron married Martha Sales, who was born in Staffordshire, England, April 19,...

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Fager, Vern A. – Obituary

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now La Grande, Union County, Oregon Vern A. Fager, 50 Dies At His Home Vern Andrew Fager, 50, a carpenter maintenance foreman at Eastern Oregon College, died Thursday at his home, following a sudden illness. Funeral services will be held Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the Daniels Funeral Home. The Rev. Lawrence Abla will officiate. Burial we be in the Island City Cemetery. Mr. Fager was born in Centroplis, Kan., September 11, 1919. He had been a resident of La Grande for the past 38 years. He was a member of the Carpenters union 2019, the First Baptist Church and OSEA. Survivors are the widow, Viola M. Fager, La Grande; two Sons, Justin V. U. S. Navy, and Leland F. of La Grande; two step-daughters, Mrs. Jennette Wright, La Grande, and Mrs. Delorris Back, Arlington, VA.; four brothers, Fred L., Howard W., and Marvin J. Fager of La Grande, and Albert L. Fager of Long Beach Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Florence M. Pearson, Mrs. Letha Hasse and Mrs. Doris J. Hasse all of La Grande. There are six grandchildren. La Grande Observer, Friday, 18 September 1959, Contributed by: Robert...

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