Person:Simon Fynewever (1)

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  1. Simon Fynewever1880 - 1945
  • HSimon Fynewever1880 - 1945
  • WLena Brink1881 - 1953
m. 15 Dec 1899
  1. Gordon James Fynewever1900 - 1972
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Name Simon Fynewever
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3][5] 28 Jan 1880 Overisel, Allegan, Michigan, United States
Marriage 15 Dec 1899 Overisel, Allegan, Michigan, United Statesto Lena Brink
Death[3][5] 5 Apr 1945 Polkton, Ottawa, Michigan, United States
Burial[4][5] Coopersville-Polkton Cemetery, Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United States

Obituary S. FYNEWEVER

 Simon Fynewever, a resident of Coopersville for 42 years, died at his home early Thursday morning after a lingering illness.  He was 65 years old, having been born January 28, 1880 in Overisel, from which place he moved to Coopersville.
 Mr. Fynewver was a salesman for 16 years, part of the time travelling for the American Milling Company lf Peoria, Ill., covering western Michigan, and retiring in 1931.
 Surviving are his wife, Lena, two sons, Gordon of Coopersville, and Sgt Junior J. in the armed forces in Germany; two sisters, Mrs. Denn Gosling of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. James Nyhuis of Holland; one brother, Albert of Lamont, and one granddaughter.  He was a member of the Coopersville Reformed church.
 Mr. Fynewever will repose at the residence, where private services will be held Saturday at 1:30, followed by public services at 2 at the Reformed church.  Interment will be in the Coopersville cemetery.  Arrangements by the Kammeraad Funeral Home.
 Source: The Coopersville Observer, Thursday, April 5, 1945.
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  1. Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995..

    Record includes parents names, age, birth place.

  2. Michigan Births 1867-1902..

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  3. 3.0 3.1 Michigan Death Certificates, 1921-1952..

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  4. Find a Grave.

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  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Obituary, in The Coopersville Observer.

    Thursday, April 5, 1945.