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  Eva Aungst Austin scrapbook, IoniaCounty Michigan Copyright _ 1998 by Pam Swiler. This copy contributed foruse inthe USGenWeb Archives. Eva Aungst Austin was a sister to my great-grandmother,Laura JennieAungst. The scrapbook was given to my mother, CarolMyers Stadel fromBeulah Daniels, Eva's daughter. When my mom passedaway, I got it.I tried to contact Pam Swiler tonight by e-mail to let herknow I hadfinished this project, but for some reason am unable totransmit to herat plswiler1@juno.comDeb EddyOBITUARIES FROM SCRAPBOOK OF EVA (AUNGST)AUSTIN, OF SEBEWA, IONIA COUNTY, MICHIGANBy Debra Stadel Eddy  OBITUARIES Shindorf, Thomas Shindorf, Thomas BURNS TO DEATH IN BARN FIRE MONDAY P.M. Thomas, the 3 1/2 year old son of Leo Shindorf wasburned to death Monday afternoon in a fire whichdestroyed the barn on the Shindorf farm four miles south-west of Belding.It is said that the little fellow was playing in the barn,near the door, when theflames srcinating from spontaneous combustion burstout shutting off any escape or rescue. A number of headof cattle, horses and hogs were burned in the firewhichcompletely destroyed the building. The Shindorf family is composed of Mr. and Mrs. LeoShindorf, and thirteen children of which the unfortunatechild was the third from the youngest. The mother hadbeen to Belding to attend the homecoming and LaborDay celebration, but returned home during the afternoonto see if everything was all right, Mr. Shindorf being inGrand Rapids at the time. She again returned to Beldingand had been there only a few minutes when wordreached her of the fatal fire. It is not believed that any of the other buildingson the farm were destroyed.  Emmons, Charles C. Emmons, Charles C. Charles C. Emmons, 73, died Friday evening at the home,615 East Main street, wherethe services are to be conducted Monday afternoon at 2o'clock by Dr. Paul L. Stewart,the burial following in the Saranac cemetery. Mr. Emmons was born in Berlin township and had livedhis entire lifetime in Ionia county, practically in thevicinity where he was born. Until his retirement he hadbeen employed at the Pere Marquette shops. He hadbeen ill for a long time of heart disease.His first wife died 18 years ago. His second wife, towhom he was married in 1917, is one of his survivors. Ason, Claude C. Emmons, of New York city, and adaughter, Mrs. Fay Howard, Pleasant street, and a sister,Mrs. James Fisher, of Saranac, also survive.  Heintzelman, William Heintzelman, William OBITUARY OF WILLIAM HEINTZELMAN William Edward Heintzelman was born in Sothington, Trumbill (sic) county, Ohio, July 23, 1854, and passedaway February 20 at 7 p.m., 1932. He came with hisparents to Cascade, near Grand Rapids, when eight yearsof age, then moved to the farm where he died, in 1878,where he was married to Ida F. Smith, November 21,1880. Three sons and two daughters blessed this union, oneson and one daughter passing away in infancy. He leavesa widow, two sons and a daughter to mourn the loss of aloving husband and father, also several grandchildrenand great-grandchildren, four brothers, two sisters, and ahost of other relatives. He was 77 years, six months and28 days old. The accident comes very sad for the family on account of the accident of hisson-in-law, George Slater, only two months, two weeksand two days previous. Henderson, John Henderson, John One of Odessa's most prominent and loyal farmer citizenspassed away at his home Sunday, February 27, after anillness brought on by a stroke of paralysis. JohnHenderson was one of the most widely known of Odessafarmers, a man of integrity and uprightness, in all hisways. He served his township well as supervisor for aperiod of six years. His advice was sought as a memberof the Farm Bureau board and on subjects of generalpublic interests.
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