Yuma County, Colorado
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This is a sister of Elizabeth Hartzer Heiserman.
Anna Hartzer, born Jan 10, 1859 at Albia, married Anthan Deininger (his second marriage). He's buried in Riverside Wauneta, Nebraska Jan 4, 1976.
This is a brother of Elizabeth Hartzer Heiserman.
August 28, 1919 "Mrs. Fred Hartzer and daughter, Miss Isabel, who had been visiting with J.F. and Lemont Heiserman for a few days, left for their home at Albia Iowa on the afternoon train Monday.
September 17, 1909 "Fred Hartzer of Iowa is out on a visit at the home of his sister Mrs. J. F. Heiserman."
Mike Hartzer died Feb 8, 1895, buried in Albia # 100846529 with Anna 1828-1910 dying in Iowa # 100846376.
This is a sister of Elizabeth Hartzer Heiserman
Christina Doan is in Lucas County, Iowa in 1885, with Artemas Doan, 29 both born in Monroe County and Artemis 1 born in Polk county. In 1900 Tulare California, Artemus Doan born June 1862 in Iowa, is single, a barber living in a rooming house. Artemus is in the Stockton California state hospital, divorced, “Imagines people are after him. Imagines that his family are against him. Is said to have driven his wife and child out of the house with a razor. Artemus V. Doan died Feb 16, 1909 in Chicago, a barber, to be buried in Graceland.
April 1907 "Mrs. Doan of Chicago is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hartzer, and sister, Mrs. John Heiserman."
In 1919 Little Rock Arkansas, Artemus V. is a clerk, living at 1822 Summit, and Christena (Wid Artemus V) is at 1505 Marshall. Artemus Verness Doan registered for WWI in Little Rock, born April 8, 1883, an optometrist. Artemus V. Doan 1883-1964 is buried in Little Rock # 71870770. So is Christina 1852-1924 # 71870916. Son Lamont Doan died June 7, 2003 buried in Laumelle, Arkansas # 53064637. daughter Verna Doan Middlebrooks 1916-2003 is buried in Little Rock # 72003044.
May 20, 1910
Gilbert, The First 2132
Has been duly registered as standard under rules 1, 5, 8, 10 and 11, in Vol. 7, of American Draft Horse Register. Sired by Bakol No. 437, 218, weight 2260, Ham, Laura by Langster, Nos. 13811-22,701, weight 1900. Gilbert will stand this season at the L. J. Heiserman barn in Wray, Colorado. Terms: $ 10 to insure colt to stand and suck. Removing mares from county forfeits insurance and fee becomes due and payable at once. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur.
L. J. Heiserman, Owner.
Fischer, Phyllis L.
June 1, 1922 March 6, 2007. She was born in Denver. Phyllis was preceded in death by her husband, Walter. She is survived by her son, Paul H. (Vicki) Fischer; daughter, Karla F. (Mark) Hornbrook; five grandchildren; and great-granddaughter. Private interment at later date in the Memorial Garden at First Plymouth Congregational Church, Denver (Actually in Cherry Hills, Arapahoe County), Colorado.
Published in Denver Post from Mar. 16 to Mar. 18, 2007
Phyllis, # 154402711, and Walter O. Fischer 1918-1978 share a marker.
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