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From: "Carolyn Mellott" <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] STRAYER, MELLOTT OBITS
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 05:42:10 -0500
References: <6928893D56F9954097E5786B9868CBC428D879@MAIL.manchester.edu>


This is not the one that I am looking for, but I would be interested in it
as it would be a brother to my grandfather. Thanks, I would appreciate
getting it.
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My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my
portion forever.
Psalms 73: 23-26
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Be an organ Donor.......Give your Heart to Jesus
Carolyn M. Mellott
----- Original Message -----
From: "Baldwin, A Ferne." <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 4:17 PM
Subject: RE: [BRE] STRAYER, MELLOTT OBITS


> The only possibility I find is Waldo Strayer son of Ephraim and Hannah m
> to Emelia.. Is this one?
>
> Ferne Baldwin
> Manchester College
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Carolyn Mellott [mailto:]
> Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 1:15 PM
> To:
> Subject: [BRE] STRAYER, MELLOTT OBITS
>
> Thank you for looking this up for me. In the archives, would you have
> obits
> for ORD LEE STRAYER, EARL WALDO STRAYER, DELLA BEEGHLY MELLOTT or
> ZENUS
> MELLOTT? I would also be interested in those. Thank you .
>
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> My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and
> my
> portion forever.
> Psalms 73: 23-26
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> Be an organ Donor.......Give your Heart to Jesus
> Carolyn M. Mellott
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 12:57 AM
> Subject: [BRE] Flohr Family
>
>
> > The obituary of Anna Elizabeth Kipe Flohr (1875-1956) from the Bible
> > Monitor is in the archives of this mailing list. It was posted
> February
> > 4, 2002.
> >
> > Obituary from June 15, 1961 Bible Monitor:
> > Elder Lewis B. Flohr
> > Son of Elder John R. and Mary Amanda Flohr was born near Fairfield,
> > Adams County, Pennsylvania, March 20 1873, and departed this life
> March
> > 19, 1961, living just one day less than 88 years.
> > On Sept. 11, 1893 he was united in marriage to Anna Elizabeth Kipe,
> who
> > preceded him in death in July, 1956. They were blessed with many
> years
> > of happy married life, having celebrated their golden wedding
> anniversary
> > in 1942.(sic) To this union were born two children, a son Earl
> Wilbut,
> > who passed to his reward in January, 1957, and a daughter, Hilda Flohr
> > Strayer of Vienna, Virginia. Brother and Sister Flohr also raised an
> > orphaned niece, Eva Ann (Shriner) Miller, who died in 1933. An aged
> > sister, Mrs Annie Blickenstaff of Baltimore, Maryland; six
> grandchildren
> > and nineteen great-grandchildren also survive.
> > Bro. Flohr was born on a farm and always showed great interest in
> > agriculture. As a young man he taught public school for a few years.
> > Later he was employed in the United States Department of Agriculture.
> He
> > lived close to nature and derived much pleasure in raising flowers,
> > caring for a few fruit trees, cultivating the family garden and
> placing
> > birdhouses for his feathered friends. He also had many good neighbors
> > with whom he shared his flowers, fruit and garden.
> > About two years after marriage, he and sister Flohr were baptized into
> > the Dunkard faith. He had always been a regular attendant at Sunday
> > School and preaching services and often walked many miles to attend
> > mid-week parayer-meeting and religious singing classes. He served
> many
> > years as Sunday-School teacher and superintendent, and was elected to
> the
> > Deacon's office a few years after joining the church. In January 1907
> he
> > was elected to the Ministry and was ordained to the Eldership ten
> years
> > later. He was a charter member of the Vienna Dunkard Brethren Church.
> > He lived his life earnestly, seriously, and cheerfully; never faltered
> in
> > the faith and deplored indications of any worldly innovations in the
> > Church.
> > Funeral services were conducted by Elders Howard J. Surbey, and David
> F.
> > Ebling in the Vienna Dunkard Brethren Church, Vienna, Va. Interment
> was
> > in National Memorial Park near Falls Church, Va.
> >
> > MIlton Cook
> >
> >
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