Newspaper Abstracts, Iowa

4 records

  • Davenport Democrat, Scott County, Iowa, 3 Feb 1890.
    "The funeral of William S. Atwood took place this forenoon at 10 o'clock from his late residence on east Third street. It was well attended. The services were conducted by the Rev. J. S. McIntyre of the Fourteenth street Methodist church and were very impressive indeed. The pall bearers were all old friends of the deceased. They were T.W. McClelland, James Thompson, E.P. Sackett, Henry Dorman, Paul Dentsch, and S.A. Bishop, the only survivor of the Seminole war and army comrade of Mr. Atwood residing in the city. The interment was in Oakdale."
    [Transcribed from Newspaper Abstracts by Chris Sackett]
  • Daily Nonpareil, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Thursday April 13, 1933
    Special to The Nonpareil.
    GREENFIELD, April 13.—Relatives have received notice of the death of Gibson Sackett, former Adair county resident, who died at Washington, Kansas. Funeral services were held last Thursday. Mr. Sackett is survived by his widow and two daughters. Death was due to a stroke of paralysis."
    [Researched by Ted Smith.]
  • The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 22 Jul 1971, p 3
    Marriage Licenses. Walter D Sackett and Sharon K DeSotel, both of Walker.
    [Transcribed from by Chris Sackett]
  • The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 14 Mar 1989, p 8
    Sharon Kay Sackett, 35, died of complications of pregnancy Saturday in St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Rapids. Her infant daughter, Alisha Beth, also died.
    Born July 5, 1953, at Manchester, she married Walter Sackett July 22, 1971, at Marion. She had been a Girl Scout leader at Newhall.
    Surviving in addition to her husband are three sons, Mathew, Scott and Travis, and two daughters, Vicky and Kelly, all at home; her mother and stepfather, Betty and Lester Koster of Cedar Rapids; a brother, Tom DeSotel of Keystone; three sisters, Carol Wilson of Walker, Karen Tate and Theresa DeSotel, both of Cedar Rapids; two stepbrothers, Ross and Victor Koster, both of Blairstown; three stepsisters, Karen Edwards and Angie Sickles, both of Cedar Rapids, and Corliss Sackett of Ely; and a grandmother, Hazel Beers of Cedar Rapids.
    Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Turner Chapel West, Cedar Rapids, by the Rev. Jack Hooten of Sharon United Methodist Church. Burial: Troy Mills Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel from noon to 9 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Wednesday. A memorial fund has been established.
    [Transcribed from by Chris Sackett]

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