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Descendants of James Crosby, Sr.

115. ISAAC ALBERT5 MARKLE (MARIETTA4 CROSBY, LEWIS D.3, JOHN2, JAMES1) was born October 21, 1897 in Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan, and died September 16, 1959 in Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan. He married VELMA L. CUDDIE August 14, 1927 in Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan, daughter of HERMAN CUDDIE and MARY MCGREGOR. She was born August 09, 1909 in Sage Township, Gladwin, Michigan, and died July 02, 1988 in Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan.

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Obituary: Gladwin County Record, September 16, 1959
Bert Markle Stricken Suddenly
Isaac Albert Markle, 61, well known merchant in Gladwin county since 1921, died suddenly Tuesday evening at his home here of a heart attack.
Mr. Markle was born in Gladwin on October 21, 1897, and spent his lifetime here. He was married to the former Miss Velma Cuddie on August 14, 1927, in Skeels.
Mr. Markle was a business man in Gladwin nearly all of his life. In association with his father, he started a general store 38 years ago under the firm name of S. Markle & Son. This partnership continued until the death of the senior Mr. Markle. In later years dry goods items were dropped from the store's line and the business was operated as a grocery and farm produce market. The orginal building was razed and a modern cement block buildings were built. These were destroyed by fire several years ago and the buildings, now housing the Perry IGA Grocery and Schwager's Variety Store were built by Mr. Markle. After he leased the food store quarters to Mr. Perry, he continued to operate the farm supply store on State Street until his death.
Surviving is his wife, Velma; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Arlene Gould, of Alaska, Mrs. Lola Jean Brubaker, of Beaverton, and Mrs. Iris Irene Lambert, of Gladwin; his mother, Mrs. Mary Etta Markle of Gladwin; and five grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Gladwin, and burial is in the Highland Cemetery.
Mr. Markle will lie in state at the Hall Funeral Home until 1 p.m. on Friday and then at the church until the time of service.

More About I
Burial: September 18, 1959, Highland Cemetery: Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan
Cause of Death: Coronary Thrombosis
Obituary: September 16, 1959, Gladwin County Record: Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan
Occupation: Merchant- Farm Produce Store
Social Security Number: 368-34-9665

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Obituary: Gladwin County Record, July 6, 1988
Mrs. Velma L. Markle, 78, of 900 E. Cedar Ave., Gladwin, died Saturday, July 2, in the Gladwin Nursing Home after a long illness.
Born in Sage Township, Aug. 9, 1909, she had spent her lifetime here. She was a co-owner of Markle's Supermarket and Co. of Gladwin from December 1921 to September 1959. Mrs. Markle was a member of the Gladwin United Methodist Church and the Golden Rod Rebekah Lodge 151. of Gladwin.
The former Velma Cuddie, she was married to Albert Markle Aug. 14, 1927, at Skeels. He preceded her in death Sept. 15, 1959.
Surviving are 3 daguthers, Mrs. Dale (Mary) Gould of Beaverton, Mrs. Charles (Jean) Brubaker of Beaverton and Mrs. Tom (Iris) Woodbury of Gladwin; one brother, Don Cuddie of Gladwin; one sister, Mrs. Leone Morgan of Gladwin; 10 grandchildren, and 21 great grandchildren.
Sevices were held today, Wednesday, at 1 p.m. from the Hall Funeral Home, Gladwin Chapel. The Rev. Joel Hurley officiated and burial was in the Highland Cemetery. A Rebekah Memorial Service was held Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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Burial: July 06, 1988, Highland Cemetery: Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan
Cause of Death: CVA; A. S. Brain Disease
Medical Information: Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease; Carcinoma of Gall Bladder
Obituary: July 06, 1988, Gladwin County Record: Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan
Occupation: Co-Owner/Operator- Retail Grocery
Social Security Number: 371-70-9473
Children of I
  i.   MARY ARLENE6 MARKLE, b. Private; m. DALE GOULD, Private; b. Private.
  ii.   LOLA JEAN MARKLE, b. Private; m. CHARLES BRUBAKER, Private; b. Private.
  iii.   IRIS IRENE MARKLE, b. Private; m. (1) TOM WOODBURY, Private; b. Private; m. (2) ? LAMBERT, Private; b. Private.

116. MARGARET INA5 BROWN (PHELENA ELLEN4 CROSBY, LEWIS D.3, JOHN2, JAMES1) was born May 10, 1894 in Michigan, and died August 30, 1960 in Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan. She married (1) GEORGE WILLINGTON BURKETT/BURKITT August 02, 1914 in Beaverton, Gladwin, Michigan, son of JAMES BURKETT and ANNIE LIDSTER. He was born 1889 in Michigan, and died October 31, 1918 in Michigan. She married (2) RICHARD LAMBERT July 1925, son of ISAAC LAMBERT and REBECCA RICHARDS. He was born January 01, 1884 in Harrington, Ontario, Canada, and died December 08, 1935 in Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan.

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Obituary: Lapeer County Press: Sept. 1, 1960
Mrs. Lambert Dies at Son's Home
Mrs. Margaret Lambert, 66, died suddenly Tuesday at the home of her son, Melvin Berkitt, 2736 North Branch Rd.
She was a former resident of Oregon Township. Her husband, Richard Lambert, died in 1935.
Survivors, besides the son, are a step-daughter, Miss Velma Lambert, Lapeer; 4 brothers, Lem Brown of Coleman, Mich; William Brown of Midland, Gordon Brown of Columbiaville, and Stanford Brown of Flint; on sister, Mrs. Alice Shaw of Flint.
The body will remain at the Baird Funeral Home in Lapeer until noon Saturday when it will be taken to the Oregon EUB Church. Funeral services will be conducted there at 2p.m. by the Rev. Carl Patow with burial in Columbiaville.

More About M
Burial: September 03, 1960, Columbiaville Cemetery: Columbiaville, Lapeer, Michigan
Cause of Death: Bronchial Asthma
Occupation: Housework
Social Security Number: 386-34-3560

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Obituary- George lived at his home on Jerome Street. He lived in Midland about two years, being employed at the Dow plant. He is buried in the Dale Cemetery, in Gladwin County, Michigan.

More About G
Obituary: November 07, 1918, Gladwin County Record: Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan

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Obituary: The Lapeer County Press, Dec. 11, 1935
Last Rites Today for Richard Lambert
Richard Lambert, Oregon Township farmer, died Sunday morning at the Lapeer City Hospital following an operation on Friday for ruptured appendix.
He was born January 1, 1884, in Harrington, Ont. At the age of 5 years he came to Lapeer County with his parents, and has since made his home in the county. In March 1912 he was married to Miss Amelia Kitchenmaster, who died in May 1917.
In July 1925, he was married to Mrs. Ina Burkitt, who survives him. He is also survived by one daughter, Velma, and a step-son, Melvin Burkitt, both at home; two brothers, Joseph of Columbiaville and Isaac of Flint; four sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Brown of Grayling, Mrs. George Rook of Columbiaville, Mrs. LeRoy Reynolds and Mrs. Naomi Monahan of Flint. He was a member of the Oregon Evangelical church.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Oregon Evangelical Church with Rev. R. C. Saxton officiating and burial at Columbiaville.

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Burial: December 11, 1935, Columbiaville Cemetery: Columbiaville, Lapeer, Michigan
Cause of Death: Acute Gangrenous Appendicitis with perforation and peritonitis
Obituary: December 11, 1935, Lapeer County Press
Occupation: Farmer
Child of M
  i.   MELVIN HARRY6 BURKETT/BURKITT, b. September 01, 1915, Gladwin county, Michigan; d. December 21, 1968, Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan; m. SARAH E. MABERRY, October 09, 1937, North Branch, Lapeer, Michigan; b. May 05, 1916, Lapeer county, Michigan; d. 1974.
Obituary: Lapeer County Press, December 26, 1968
Melvin Burkitt, 53, died Saturday, Dec. 21 at Lapeer Hospital from injuries received in an automobile accident Dec. 17.
Mr. Burkitt lived at 710 Lake Shore Dr., Columbiaville.
He was born Sept. 1, 1915 in Gladwin Co, Mich. He married Sarah Mabery in North Branch on Oct. 9, 1937. He was a member of North Branch Lodge 312 F & AM, North Branch chapter 138 RAM, past worthy patron of the North Branch Eastern Star, chapter, 149, and a member of the Bay City Consistory.
Funeral services were held for Mr. Burkitt tuesday at the Blackburn Funeral Home, North Branch, The Rev. Ralph Pratt officiating. Burial was in West Deerfield Cemtery.
Survivors include his wife, 1 son, George of East Lansing, and 1 daughter, Mrs. Paul (Bonnie) manville of North Branch. Also 3 uncles, William Brown of Sanford, Michigan, Stanford Brown of Flint, and Gordon Brown of Columbiaville. Also a stepsister, Thelma Lambert of Lapeer.
Other survivors include 6 grandchildren.

Burial: West Deerfield Cemetery

Lapeer County Press, October 20 , 1937
A second wedding took place at the Mabery home Saturday evening Oct. 9. This time Miss Sara Mabery was united in marriage to Mr. Melvin Burkett of Oregon township. The marriage was solemnized at the M. P. parsonage, the Rev. E. L. Morrison officiating. The attendants were the bride's brother and sister, Mr. Archie Mabery and Mrs. Chris Margrif., formerly Lois Mabery who was married a few weeks ago. the bride was agraduate of 1933 North Branch High School and latter attended Lapeer County Normal, and recently taught in Oregon Township, the Ferguson district and the Webster Schook in Imlay City.
Mr. and Mrs. Burkett are now residing in Oregon Township.
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Lapeer County Press, October 20 , 1937
A second wedding took place at the Mabery home Saturday evening Oct. 9. This time Miss Sara Mabery was united in marriage to Mr. Melvin Burkett of Oregon township. The marriage was solemnized at the M. P. parsonage, the Rev. E. L. Morrison officiating. The attendants were the bride's brother and sister, Mr. Archie Mabery and Mrs. Chris Margrif., formerly Lois Mabery who was married a few weeks ago. the bride was agraduate of 1933 North Branch High School and latter attended Lapeer County Normal, and recently taught in Oregon Township, the Ferguson district and the Webster Schook in Imlay City.
Mr. and Mrs. Burkett are now residing in Oregon Township.

117. ALICE CRESTON5 BROWN (PHELENA ELLEN4 CROSBY, LEWIS D.3, JOHN2, JAMES1) was born October 18, 1895 in Edenville twp, Midland, Michigan, and died September 17, 1963 in Flint, Genesee, Michigan. She married ORBEN HARNDEN SHAW November 28, 1912 in Hope, Midland, Michigan, son of ROBERT SHAW and LUCY HOOKER. He was born October 14, 1888 in Logan, Perth, Onatario, Canada, and died January 26, 1955 in Flint, Genesee, Michigan:.

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1910 Edenville Township, Midland Co. Michigan Census p. 18
Household: 73-74
Crosby, Lewis D.; age 79; married x2; married 44 years; b. Ohio; both parents b. Pennsylvania; farmer- Own Farm; can read and write; owns
" , Christiana; wife; age 63; married x1; married 44 years; 7 children born/ 7 children living; b. Ohio; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Ohio; can read and write
Brown, Alice; grand-daughter; age 14; b. Michigan; father b. Canada; mother b. Ohio; can read and write
Bishop, Ames; grand-son; age 15; b. Michigan; father b. New York; mother b. Ohio; Farm Laborer- Home Farm; can read and write

Obituary: The Flint Journal, Tuesday, September 17, 1963
Shaw, Alice C. -- 4021 Yager Drive, age 67, died Tuesday, September 17, 1963, at St. Joesph Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 10 A.M. Thursday, September 19, 1963, from Reigle Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel, 2417 S. Saginaw St. Burial in Edenville Cemetery, Edenville, Michigan. Mrs. Shaw will remain at the funeral home. Committal services will be held at 1 P.M. at the cemetery. Mrs. Shaw was born in Clare, Michigan, on October 18, 1895, and was a resident of Flint for 45 years. Surviving are: 4 sons, Harry, Stanley, James and Eugene, all of Flint; 5 daughters, Mrs. Betty Dziczek, Mrs. Viola Shook, both of Flint, Mrs. Ila Kopiwoda of Highland Park, Mrs. Geraldine Kietzman of Clio, Mrs. Marjorie Parlberg of Birch Run, and Miss Ada Shaw of Caro; 32 grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren; 4 brothers, Lemuel Brown of Coleman, Gordon Brown of Columbiaville, William Brown of Midland and Stanford Brown of Flint.

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Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure
Fact 1: Social Security #None
Fact 2: Last residence: Flint, Genesee, Michigan
Medical Information: Arteriosclerotic heart disease

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On Orben's birth record his first name is spelled ORTEN.

1920 Genesee County, Michigan Census
Flint, 318 Partridge Ave
Shaw, Orben; age 31 b. Canada; citizenship 1905 Pa
" , Alice; age 24; b. Michigan
" , Ada; age 2/12; b. Michigan

Obituary: The Flint Journal, Flint, Michigan: January 27, 1955
Shaw- Orben H. Shaw 222 S. Center Rd, age 66, died Wednesday, January 26, 1955 at St. Joseph Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 10 A.M. Saturday, January 29, 1955 from Colonial Chapel, Reigle Funeral Home 2417 S. Saginaw St., rev. George Dagley officiating. Burial in Edenville Cemetery, Edenville, Michigan. Body will be at the funeral home. committal service will be held 2 P.M. at cemetery. Mr. Shaw was born in Perth County, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 4., 1888 and lived in Genesee County for the last 40 years, coming here from Gladwin, Mich. Surviving are: Wife, Alice; 6 daughters, Miss Ada Shaw of Caro, Mich., Mrs. Ila Kopiwoda, Mrs. betty Dziczek, Mrs. Viola Shook, all of flint, Miss Geraldine Shaw, Washington, D. C., Mrs Marjorie Parlberg, Birch Run, Mich., 4 sons, Harry, Stanley, James, and Eugene Shaw of Flint; 14 grandchildren; 4 sisters, Mrs. F. H. Mitchell of Kapushkaping, Ontario; Mrs. Hazel Taylor of Detroit; Mrs. James Birnie of Farmington, Mich., Mrs. Mildred Wall of Detroit, brother John Shaw of Flint; several nieces and nephews.

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Burial: January 28, 1955, Edenville Cemetery: Edenville, Midland, Michigan
Cause of Death: Toxemia, Paralytic Ileus
Citizenship: January 20, 1948, Circuit Court, #12214: Flint, Genesee, Michigan
Immigration: November 20, 1905, Port Huron, Michigan
Medical Information: Exploratory Laparotomy- Bowel Obstruction
Occupation: Carpenter- Building Construction; Truck Driver
Social Security Number: 379-08-0607
Children of A
  i.   LEONARD ORBEN6 SHAW, b. September 09, 1913, Michigan; d. June 18, 1919, Flint, Genesee, Michigan.
Cause of Death: Measles

  ii.   LEITHA MAY SHAW, b. February 05, 1916, Michigan; d. January 26, 1918, Flint, Genesee, Michigan.
  Notes for LEITHA MAY SHAW:
Obituary: Midland, January 31, 1918
Mrs. and Mrs. Orb. Shaw, who moved to Flint from near Sanford some time ago, arrived in the village Monday evening with the remains of their two year old child. The burial was made in the Edenville Cemetery.

Burial: Edenville Cemetery: Edenville, Midland, Michigan
Cause of Death: Acute Indigestion

  iii.   JOHN ROBERT SHAW, b. October 17, 1917, Michigan; d. June 30, 1919, Edenville twp., Midland, Michigan.
Obituary: Midland, July 3, 1919
Shaw, John Robert, the 20 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin H. Shaw, died at the home of his grandmother in Edenville the 30th, of diptheria. Burial July 1.

  iv.   ADA MARIE SHAW, b. October 22, 1919, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; d. November 23, 1995, Midland, Midland, Michigan.
  Notes for ADA MARIE SHAW:
Ada lived in an institution all of her adult life. Single, epileptic and lived in institution.

Obituary: Midland Daily News, Nov 25, 1995
Ada M. Shaw
Ada M. Shaw, 76, of Midland, died Thursday, Nov. 23, 1995, at Town and Country Nursing Facility.
She was born Oct 22, 1919, in Genesee County, daughter of the late Orben H. and Alice C. (Brown) Shaw.
She is survived by eight sisters and brothers, Ila Mae, Harry, Betty, Stanley, James, Geraldine, Marjorie, and Eugene. She was predeceased by four sisters and brothers, Viola, John, Leonard, and Letha.
Funeral and committal services for Ada M. Shaw will take place 10 A.M. Monday, Nov. 27, 1995, at the Ware-Smith-Woolever Funeral chapel, 1200 W. Wheeler St., with burial in Midland Cemetery.

  More About ADA MARIE SHAW:
Burial: Midland Cemetery: Midland, Midland, Michigan
Cause of Death: Coronary Artery Disease
Medical Information: Generalized Arteriosclerosis
Occupation: Homemaker
Social Security Number: 373-62-6912

  v.   ILA RAE SHAW, b. September 10, 1921, Lapeer, Lapeer, Michigan; d. March 11, 1991, Port Huron, St Clair, Michigan; m. (1) CHARLES ELLIS WORTHEN, Private; b. Private; m. (2) ALEXANDER F. KOPIWODA, 1946; b. December 02, 1919, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan; d. July 22, 1996, Shelby twp, Macomb, Michigan.
  Notes for ILA RAE SHAW:
She divorced Charles Worthen during WWII.

  More About ILA RAE SHAW:
Cause of Death: Acute Theodur Intoxication
Cremation: Evergreen Cemetery: Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Education: 8th Grade
Medical Information: Acute Dysrhythmic Disorder, Intractable COPD
Occupation: Housewife
Social Security Number: 381-18-1489

Alexander F. Kopiwoda, of Shelby Township formerly of Lexington, died Monday, July 22, 1996 in Shelby Nursing Center, Shelby Township at the age of 76 years.
Alex was born December 2, 1919 in Detroit. Mr. Kopiwoda repaired machines at Chrysler Corporation for 20 years, until retiring in 1982. He enjoyed fishing, playing bingo and gardening.
Surviving are his sons, Alex (Sue) of Croswell, Thomas (Terry) of Florida, and Andrew (Elizabeth) of Tennessee; daughters, Diana (John) Monro of Macomb, Susan Derner of Clinton township and Priscilla Draper of Ubly, thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was predeceased by his wife, Ila and daughter, Anna Aman.
A funeral service will take place Thursday, July 25, 1996, 8:00 P.M. at Murphy & Hauss Funeral Directors, 47477 Romeo Plank, Macomb. Rev. Fr. Thomas Sutherland, pastor at St. Therese of Lisieux, Shelby Township will officiate.

Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure
Cremation: Southern Michigan Services: Livonia, Michigan
Medical Information: Severe Cardiomyopathy, Renal Failure
Military service: Yes
Occupation: Machine Repair- Automotive
Social Security Number: 368-16-4141

  vi.   HARRY H. SHAW, b. Private; m. MARY RUTH CANNON, Private; b. Private.
  vii.   BETTY JANE SHAW, b. Private; m. CHESTER JOSEPH DZICZEK, Private; b. Private.
  viii.   VIOLA FRANCES SHAW, b. June 26, 1926, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; d. September 11, 1995, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; m. (1) WALTER SHOOK, Private; b. Private; m. (3) THOMAS HARRIS, JR., August 22, 1964, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; b. August 20, 1926, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; d. March 28, 1981, Flint, Genesee, Michigan.
Obituary: The Flint Journal
Harris, Viola Frances -- Of Clio, Michigan, passed away Monday. September 11, 1995 at McLaren Regional Medical Center after a lengthy illness, age 69. Viola F. Shaw was born June 26, 1926 in Flint, and was a lifelong resident of Flint and Clio area. She married Thomas Harris on August 22 , 1964 in Flint; he preceded her in death March 28, 1981. Surviving are: 4 sisters and 4 brothers, Ada Shaw of Midland, Mrs. Chester Dziczek (Betty) of Burton, Mrs. Alfred (Gerealdine) Kietzman of Clio, Mrs. Raymond (Marjorie) Parlberg of Birch Run, Harry and Mary Shaw, Stanley Shaw, Eugene and Wilnetta Shaw, all of Burton, James and Carol of Shaw of Flint; 1 brother-in-law, Alex Kopiwoda; and speical friends, Cheryl Wolverton of Prescott, MI, Lenore Boles of Pensacola, FL; many nieces and nephews. Besides her husband and prenes, Orben and Alice Shw, a sister, Mrs. Alex (Ila) Kopiwoda, predeceased her. A memorial service will take place Tueday at 7PM at the Krauss-Torhan Funeral Home, Birch Run. Friends may call at the funeral home from 1-9 PM on Tuesday.

Cause of Death: Adenocarcinoma of the Right Lung
Cremation: Sunset Hills Crematory: Flint, Genesee, Michigan
Education: 9th Grade
Medical Information: Emphysema-Empyema, Congestive Heart Failure
Occupation: Cook and Waitress- Restaurant
Social Security Number: 364-28-4200

  Notes for THOMAS HARRIS, JR.:
Obituary: The Flint Journal, Monday, March 30, 1981
Harris, Thomas Jr.-- 4021 Yeager, Burton, age 54, died Saturday, March 29, 1981, at Genesee Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be held 1 PM, Wednesday, April 1, 1981, at Raysin Funeral Home, 9136 Davison Rd., Rev. Alan LaRose. Burial in Davison Cemetery. Mr. Haris was born in Flint, August 20, 1926, and had been a resident of the Burton area for the last 17 ears. He was a Veteran of World War II, employed by the U.S. Postal Office for 28 years retiring in 1975. Surviving are: wife, Viola; son, James T., of Burton; 2 daughters, Constance Sands of Burton, Mary Reid of Flint; 2 step daughters, Cheryl Wolverton of Prescott, Marilou DeLorso of Burton; mother, Mrs. Christina Phillips of Burton; 7 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

  More About THOMAS HARRIS, JR.:
Burial: April 01, 1981, Davison Cemtery: Davison Twp, Michigan
Cause of Death: Cardiac Arrest
Medical Information: Congestive Heart Failure, Pulmonary Emphysema, Hyperkalemia
Military service: World War II
Occupation: Mail Carrier- US Postal Service
Social Security Number: 378-20-5338

  ix.   STANLEY LAWRENCE SHAW, b. Private; m. LAVERNE GIPSON, Private; b. December 31, 1927, Paragould, Arkansas; d. August 14, 1994, Flint, Genesee, Michigan.
Obituary: The Flint Journal, August 16, 1994
Shaw, LaVerne-- Of Burton, age 66, died Sunday, August 14, 1994 at Flint Osteopathic Hospital. Funeral Service will be held at 1PM Wednesday, August 167, 1994 at the Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 West Hill Road, Pastor Levi Parish officiating. Burial in Crestwood Cemetery. Those desiring may make contributions to Bay Valley Hospice. Visitation 7-9Pm Monday and 1-4 and 6-9 PM Tuesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Shaw was born in Paragould, Arkansas on December 31, 1927 and was a resident of the Burton area for most of her life. She married Stanley L. Shaw on March 6, 1948 in Flint. She was a member of Eastgate Baptist church and an avid Bingo player. Surviving are her husband, Stanley; 3 daughters, Linda Tarrence of Chandler, Arizona, Mary and husband Steve Lagasse of Otisville, Deborah and husband Howard McNamee of Jacksonville, Florida; son, Stanley O. Shaw of flint township; 8 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, Bernice and husband Buddy McCord and Evabell Hayes both of Paragould, Arkansas, Emmer Graves of Flint; brother, Clarence and wife Mae Gipson of Flint; many nieces and nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her daughter LaRhonda Lamp. A special thanks to Bay Valley Hospice, The nurses of 2 West at Flint Osteopathic Hospital and to the special friends who helped at home.

Burial: Crestwood Cemetery: Grand Blanc, Genesee, Michigan
Cause of Death: Emphysema, Malnutrition, Cancer
Occupation: Waitress- Restaurant/Bar Business
Social Security Number: 372-24-3735

  x.   JAMES EDWARD SHAW, b. Private; m. CAROL ANN HAMMOND, Private; b. Private.
  xi.   GERALDINE SHAW, b. Private; m. ALFRED CHARLES KIETZMAN, Private; b. Private.
  xii.   MARJORIE ANN SHAW, b. Private; m. (1) DONALD FREDERICK MAY, Private; b. November 01, 1931, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; d. June 27, 1952, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; m. (2) RAYMOND PARLBERG, Private; b. Private.
Obituary: The Flint Journal
May-- Donald F. May, 405 E. Eight St., age 20, died Friday, June 27, 1952 at Hurley Hospital. funeral arrangements will be announced later by Reigle Funeral Home, 2417 S. Saginaw St. Death was due to an auto accident. He was born in Flint, November 1, 1931, lived in Flint his entire lifetime. Surviving are: Wife Marjorie; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. May, of Flint; 2 brothers, Wayne, U. S. Army, Battle Creek, Delver at home; sister, Mrs. Duaine Stone of Flint.

Burial: June 30, 1952, Evergreen Cemetery: Grand Blanc, Genesee, Michigan
Cause of Death: Fractured Neck, Auto-motor cycle collision
Occupation: Carpenter's Helper- Construction Company
Social Security Number: 379-03-3755

  xiii.   EUGENE SHAW, b. Private; m. (1) ROBERTA JANE SHEARS, Private; b. Private; m. (2) WILNETTA HORTON, Private; b. Private.

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