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Montville Reformed Church, Montville, New Jersey 1 Jul 2010
Ralph G. Korteling as minister

The Acts and proceedings of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in America, The Board of Publication and Bible School Work, New York, 1920-22; Internet Archives, 1 Jul 2010
Ralph Korteling

InfoWeb NewsBank, 8 August 2003 - Chicago Tribune, 23 Feb 1948, Obituary for
Grace Korteling

Kratz (inc. Karstens, Klatt)

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Evanston, Illinois 29 June 2010 (Links to Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths are at the bottom of page of each period)
Alvina Karstens, Augusta Klatt

Max Meyer: Civic Leader and Winnetka's First Banker, By Jane Lord 2 July 2005
Johanna Kraatz, Max Meyer

Meyer, Moth

Max Meyer: Civic Leader and Winnetka's First Banker, By Jane Lord 2 July 2005
Johanna Kraatz, Max Meyer

150 Years of Winnetka History 2 July 2005
Max Meyer, Robert Moth


Burns Family Tree (Owner: MargaretPederson61);, 23 April 2008
Johannes Phiefer d. 13 May 1950, Seattle, King County, WA, USA (Washington Death Certificate)

Obituary Name Index, Skagit Valley Genealogical Society, 14 December 2006
Phiefer, M. Lenora Mitchell b. 14 Apr 1917 Concrete WA, d. 17 Aug 2003 SVH 20 Aug 2003

Swart/Flyn/Vliem, Connie, Updated 2 Jul 2009; [World Connect], 22 Oct 2009
Johannes Piefer
Obituary published June 9 1950 West Central Tribune, Willmar MN
The funeral for John Pfiefer, 52 former employee of the Highway Department in Willmar and patient during the last 2 years in the Finland Sanatorium near Seattle, Washington, was conducted at 7pm on Tuesday, May 16, 1950 in the Evens Funeral Home in Seattle. From there, Mrs. Pfiefer brought the remains to Willmar for rites at 2pm Saturday, May 20 in the Harvey Anderson Funeral Home by Rev. Roy Burt. Interment was in the Oak Park Methodist Church Cemetery. John Pfiefer was born on Oct 28 1908 in Holland Township of Kandiyohi County where he lived during his childhood. His grade school education was in the Sunnyside School and he attended agriculture school in Willmar for 1 year. On August 25, 1927 he was married to Anna Judith Sand in Willmar and they became the parents of 3 children. With his family, he lived in Willmar until 1941, when they moved to the state of Washington to make their home. He became ill in 1948 and entered the sanatorium where he died on Saturday, May 13. Surviving are his widow, Anna and 3 children, Wayne of Ninilchik, Alaska; Merle of Vancouver, Washington and Avis Joan (Mrs. Kenneth F. Petersen) of Seattle. One grandson, Stephen Arthur Petersen and his father, John Pfiefer, who is 84 and living in Great Falls Montana. Other survivors include 2 brothers, Clarence of Seattle and Leonard of Sedro Wooley, Washington; 2 sisters, Alice (Mrs. Ray Knott) of Great Falls, Montana; Sadie (Mrs. John Ensch) of Clear Lake, Washington;2 half-sisters, Gertie (Mrs. John DeGroot) of Winnipeg, Canada and Jennie (Mrs. John Swart) of Spicer, Minnesota; 3 step-sisters, Ann (Mrs. Dick Edzenga) and Ethel (Mrs. Joel Clough) both of Clear Lake, Washington and Alvina (Mrs. Roy Berg) of Willmar, Minnesota; 2 step-brothers, George Knott of Clear Lake, Washington and Ray Knott of Great Falls, Montana.

Swart/Flyn/Vliem, Connie, Updated 2 Jul 2009; [World Connect], 22 Oct 2009
Sadie Ensch Skagit Valley Herald July 15 1995
Sadie Ensch, 91 of Clear Lake, died Friday, July 14, 1995, at Skagit Valley Convalescent Center, Sedro-Woolley, after an extended illness. She was born Sept 2, 1903 in Pierre, SD. She was a longtime resident of Clear Lake, where she served as postmaster for many years before retiring in 1965. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Jackie and Robert Mooney of Seattle; and a granddaughter, Nan Mooney of Los Angeles. She was preceded in death by her husband, John in 1976. Memorials may be made to the Clear Lake Historical Association, PO Box 333 Clear Lake, WA 98234. Arrangements are under the direction of Lemley Chapel, with cremation and internment in Hawthorne Memorial Park.

Swart/Flyn/Vliem, Connie, Updated 15 Feb 2010; [World Connect], 1 Jan 2011
Antje (Annie) Kingma
Anja (Annie) Kingma Flym Pheifer obituary printed March 12, 1906, Willmar Tribune in the Holland Township column: Death of Mrs. Pheifer, Prinsburg, March 12
. Mrs. John Pheifer passed away from this life on Tuesday, February 27, after a long illness. Mr. and Mrs. Pheifer came back to this locality about a year and a half ago and rented a farm in Roseland. Soon after, [[Mrs. Pheifer's health began to fail and on consulting a physician, it was found that she was suffering from a very dangerous form of heart disease. She suffered much before the death angel came to her relief. Funeral services were held at the home and also at the Roseland Church, of which deceased had been a member. Mrs. Pheifer leaves a husband and nine children, father and mother, three sisters and one brother besides a large circle of friends to mourn her departure.

Swart/Flyn/Vliem, Connie, Updated 15 Feb 2010; [World Connect], 1 Jan 2011
Jan (John) Willem Flym
Born: 29 MAY 1866 in Ermelo, Gelderland, Netherlands; Died: Death: 19 DEC 1894
Cause of death: Typhoid fever
Burial: 1894, Prinsburg, Holland Township, MN
Emigration: February 1881, Landed at the port of New York
Naturalization: February 1888, Kandiyohi, Willmar, MN
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