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Henry and Nancy (Trembly) Heye, sons Eugene Heye and Edward Heye , 1 South 42 WestOne tree says "3 Nancy Mary Trembly HEYE b: 1871 d: 1947 + Henry Fredrick HEYE b: 1868 d: 1941
Eugene proved up 240 acres in 29 and 32, 1S 42W in 1924.That land was listed in 1920 as Earl Forshey, and Myra D. Rosenkrans had a residence on it.
Isabelle Nancy Heye Phillips, a longtime Kendrick, Idaho resident, died at her daughter's home in Portland, Ore., April 9, 2009. She was born March 30, 1927, at Wauneta, Neb., to Eugene and May Heye.
She moved with her family to the Troy, Idaho, area as a young child and grew up on the family farm. She attended Randall Flat Elementary School and graduated from Troy High School.
She married Russell Carlson and had three children, Elaine Dibble and husband Kent of Portland, Steve Carlson and wife Rita of Deltona, Fla., and Troy, Idaho, and Rick Carlson and wife Kathy of Clarkston. Her marriage to Russell ended in divorce.
She was married to Jim Von Tersch for a number of years, but that also ended in divorce.
She was married to Edward Brannon until his passing in 1967.
She married Elmer Phillips several years later. He passed away Oct. 12, 2003.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and by three sisters, Norma Ruth Griffith, Delores Parrish and Nancy Howard.
Isabelle worked for Cascade Cartridge (now ATK) and retired from there.
She moved to Homer, Alaska, with Elmer and enjoyed all the outdoors had to offer there. She and Elmer returned to the lower 48 states and settled in the Kendrick area.
In addition to her children and Elmer's children, she is also survived by her sisters, Dorothy Smith and Eleanor Aske, both of Troy, and Darlene Hill of Lewiston; by her grandchildren, Marcia and husband Paul Ketzle, Jenna and husband Theo Fanning, Christina and husband Alan Middleton, Alan Carlson and wife Ambure, Alicia and husband Michael Vanderschuere, Melissa Cranfield, and Neil McElravy; and by her five great-grandchildren, Zack, Brianna, Emily, Adam, Ellyra and Sierra.
Mom enjoyed outdoor activities. She was an avid hunter, fisherman, and enjoyed camping and huckleberry picking. She and Elmer raised a large garden and participated frequently in the Moscow Farmers Market. She also enjoyed pinochle with her friends at the Bottom's Up in Juliaetta, but mostly she treasured the opportunity to cook for and spend time with her family. She also especially enjoyed the time she shared with her great-grandchildren.
A graveside memorial service will be conducted at noon Sunday at the Beulah Cemetery in Troy, with the Rev. Otis Parks officiating. A covered-dish dinner will follow at the Troy Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Margaret J. Heye married Otis T. Harte, and they're in Phillips County, Nebraska in 1930, where he's 40, a building painter, with Florene N. 11, and Maxine M. 10, both born in Nebraska living next to Clifton E. Harte 53 and idilla 521. March 1966, Pasadena, California
Margaret Jane Harte, resident of Pasadena, passed away at her home March 11. A native of Hastings, Nebraska and resided in California 29 years. She is survived by her husband, Otis T. Harte; two daughters , Miss Florine N. Harte of Pasadena and Mrs. Maxine M. McClure of Pasadena; one sister, Mrs. Esther Rousselle of Nebraska, three brothers, Mr. Eugene Heye of Idaho, Mr. Ed Heye of Colorado and Mr. Raymond Heye of Illinois; also one granddaughter, JoAnn McClure of Pasadena.
Services Tuesday, March 15, at 3 p.m. in the Utter, McKinley Pasadena Chapel, 825 E. Orange Grove Blvd. Rev. George Taylorson officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, November 9, 1967
CLIFTON E. HARTE RITES HELD HERE; LONGTIME RESIDENT
Clifton Everett Harte, a resident of this community since 1918, passed away at the Sterling Heights Nursing Home, Sterling, Colorado, last Thursday afternoon, November 2, 1967.
Mr. Harte, the oldest of eight children of Elisha Truman Harte and Cassie (nee) Crook, was born October 7, 1876, at Rockport, Missouri. At an early age he moved with his parents to the Crab Orchard community in Johnson County, Nebraska.
On February 9, 1902, he was united in marriage to Idella E. Hotaling at Crab Orchard, Nebraska. He soon moved with his bride to a farm northeast of Neligh, in Antelope County, Nebraska. There on June 1, 1903, a son, Everett Clifton Harte, was born to this union.
In March of 1908, Mr. Harte and his family moved by emigrant train to a farm 11 miles southwest of Wauneta, Nebraska, in Dundy County. This farm was three miles east of the old Ough post office and store. While living here, the Harte family attended the Mt. Zion Methodist church.
In March of 1918, "Cliff," as his friends called him, moved with his family to a ranch in the sandhills in the extreme southeast corner of Phillips County. There he was engaged in farming and ranching until March of 1944 when he sold the ranch. He and his wife moved to Holyoke where they made their home at the old Charles Peters residence at 342 Emerson Street.
Mr. Harte was preceded in death by his wife, Idella E. Harte; his parents, Truman and Cassie Harte; two brothers, Charley Harte and Roland Harte; and two sisters, Mrs. Mamie Herbaugh and Mrs. Lulu Hale.
He is survived by his son, Everett C. Harte, and daughter-n-law, Helen M. Harte; a brother, Otis Harte of Pasadena, California; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Buhrman of Cozad, Nebraska and Mrs. Gladys Davis of Honolulu, Hawaii; besides a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
During a lifetime of more than 91 years, Mr. Harte witnessed many changes and improvements in farming, ranching, transportation and communications.
Funeral services were conducted at Lewis Funeral Home Chapel. Officiating minister was the Rev. Gerald J. Dingman of the First Methodist church of Holyoke, of which Mr. Harte was a member.
Interment was at the Pleasant Valley cemetery beside his wife, Idella Harte, and parents, Trueman and Cassie Harte.
I lived with Eddie Heye while going to Haigler High School. Eddie had his shoe repair shop on each side of main street before he moved to Wray. He had both feet and moved around on blocks of wood due to polio at the age of 7. He is buried in the Mount Zion Cemetery near Wauneta, NB.
CULBERTSON, Nebraska -- Joyce Ilene Neuenschwander, 80, passed away Monday, June 6, 2011, at Bryan LGH Medical Center East in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Joyce was born in Dundy County on March 29, 1931, to Edward Howard and Esther Grace (Heye) Rousselle. She attended grade school at rural Fairview District No. 58 and graduated from Wauneta High School in 1948. She continued her education at Rockmont College in Denver, Colorado and completed her studies at Fort Wayne Bible College in Fort Wayne, Indiana where she graduated with a bachelor's degree of religious education.
Joyce taught in various schools including rural Hitchcock County and Salem Children's Home in Flanagan, Illinois. It was in Flanagan that she met her future husband, Benjamin. They were married on Aug. 1, 1955, at Eden Missionary Church in rural Wauneta, Nebraska. Together they raised their three daughters. Besides being a busy mother and homemaker, Joyce worked at Ben Franklin, Alco and cooked at the Culbertson Schools' cafeteria for many years.
She was a member of the Evangelical Free Church in McCook where she was involved with the mission's team, Bible studies groups and was in the process of reading her Bible completely through again. She enjoyed collecting teapots and angels, crocheting, reading, puzzles and playing games with family and friends.
Preceding her in death were her parents, Edward and Esther Rousselle; and son-in-law, Alan Harms.
Survivors include her husband of 55 years, Benjamin Neuenschwander of Culbertson; three daughters, Sandy Harms of Hayes Center, Nebraska, Celesta and husband, John Rhodes of Riley Township, Michigan, and Sonja Greene of Sacramento, California; one sister, Iola and husband, Don Egle of Bella Vista, Arkansas; six grandchildren, Jody Greene-Warren and husband, Aaron, Jarrad Greene, Benjamin Rhodes, Zachary Rhodes, Aimee Hazlitt and husband, Mitch and Drew Harms; nieces; nephews; cousins; her church family; and many dear friends.
Visitation is at Carpenter Breland Funeral Home on Thursday, June 9, from 1-8 p.m. The family will be present from 6-8 p.m. to greet friends.
Memorials may be given in her name to the Evangelical Free Church Building Fund.
Memorial services are Saturday, June 11, 2011, 10:30 a.m. at Evangelical Free Church with Rev. Bruce Lester officiating. A private family inurnment is at the Culbertson Cemetery at a later date.
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