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  1. Lena Brink1881 - 1953
m. 15 Dec 1899
  1. Gordon James Fynewever1900 - 1972
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Name Lena Brink
Gender Female
Birth[1][3] 1881 Overisel, Allegan, Michigan, United States
Marriage 15 Dec 1899 Overisel, Allegan, Michigan, United Statesto Simon Fynewever
Death? 22 Nov 1953 Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United States
Burial? Nov 1953 Coopersville-Polkton Cemetery, Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United States

Obituary MRS. LENA FYNEWEVER DIES AT SON'S HOME

 Mrs. Lena Fynewever, 73, died Sunday at the home of her son Gordon, on Madison street, after a lingering illness.  She had been a resident of the Coopersville area since 1903.
 A member of the Coopersville Reformed church and active for many years in its Ladies Aid, Mission Circle and Ladies Bible Class, Mrs. Fynewever was born at Overisel December 15, 1880.  Her marriage to Simon Fynewever took place December 15, 1899.
 For several years Mr. and Mrs. Fynewever lived on a farm in the Jackson school district, before moving to Coopersville to make their home.  Mr. Fynewever died in 1945.
 She leaves two sons, Gordon and Jay of Coopersville; two sisters, Mrs. H.J. Hoffman of Overisel and Mrs. R. Van Dam of Holland; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon in the Coopersville Reformed church, following private rites at the Troop Funeral Home.  The Rev. Harry Hoffs of Grand Rapids officiated and interment was in the Coopersville cemetery.
 Source: The Coopersville Observer, Thursday, November 26, 1953.
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References
  1. Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995..

    Record includes parents names, age, birth place.

  2.   Find a Grave.

    With tombstone picture.

  3. Conklin, Ottawa, Michigan, United States. Coopersville Observer (Coopersville, Michigan).

    Thursday, November 26, 1953.