Selected Families and Individuals


Evelyn Marie Burkhart

Evelyn Burhart Smith was a widow at the time of her death.

Bernard Dean Brown

Anniversary announcement:

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D. Brown of Canton celebrated their 50th anniversary May 10 with a family party at Old Country Buffet. The party was given by their children, Karen Brown Coulas, Diana Storch, Ruth Ferrell, Cynthia Howard, and Dean Brown, all of Canton; Patricia Garren of Navarre; and Sandra Johnson and Brian Brown, both of Fort Wayne, Ind.; and their families. The former Mary Lou Burkhart and her husband were married May 9, 1953 , in St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Canton by the Rev. Ralph C. Kotheimer. They attend St. Mary's Catholic Church in Canton. There are 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Brown is retired from Teamsters Local 92. He is a member of the VFW, Army-Navy and Eagles. Mrs. Brown is a homemaker. She is a member of
the Tuesday Morning Trio ladies bowling league at Embassy Lanes.

Bernard David Brown

Bernard Brown is not listed in the 50th anniversary announcement of Bernard and Mary Lou Brown.

Clifford F. Hietala

Social Security number issued in Michigan in 1951.

Bernard W. Burkhart

According to the Social Security Death Index, Bernard Burkhart was a resident of Marietta, Washington County, Ohio at the time of his death.

Bernard W. "Barney" Burkhart, age 61 of Canton died Tuesday morning in
Aultman Hospital following an extended illness. Born May 27, 1939 in Monroe
County, OH to the late William and Frances Burkhart. He was a member of St.
Mary's Catholic Church of Canton where he was also a member of the Altar Society.
He was a U.S. Army Veteran and was retired from the Timken Co. in 1995 after
30 years of service. Preceded in death by one sister, Evelyn Smith.
Survivors include his wife, Sharon of the home, with whom he celebrated 35 years
of marriage, one son and daughter-in-law, William and Bethanne Burkhart of Wooster
and one granddaughter, Lyndsay Burkhart. There is one brother, Norbert Burkhart of
Beallsville, OH and three sisters and brothers-in-law, Rita and Victor Geier of Cleve-
land, OH, Mary and Bernard Brown and Phyllis Hietala, all of Canton.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic
Church, Fr. Gerald J. Sommer, MSC, celebrant. Burial will be in Sunset Hills Memory

Peter John Kuhn

Peter Kuhn was killed under a gang plow. A gang plow is a plow that has several blades that are positioned for making parallel furrows.

Simon Peter Kuhn

In 1930, Simon P. Kuhn (59) owned a home worth $800 in Maple Leaf, King Co., Washington where he lived with his wife Jessie (53). The family owned a radio set. Simon was employed as a janitor in a city school.

Jessie I. Jensen

Jessie's parents were born in Norway.

Michael Joseph Kuhn

In 1900, newlyweds Michael J. Kuhn (23 - Apr 1877) and Gertrude Kuhn (19 - Jun 1881) rented a home in Gaunt Twp., Klickitat Co., WA. Living with the couple was a 26 year old boarder named William Woods, a native of Nebraska. Michael's occupation was drover. Michael's father, John P. Kuhn was next door in the census.

A search of the entire index for the 1930 census gives only one Michael Kuhn in the US who was born in Ohio. That man has the same middle initial and is the same age as this Michael Kuhn, but his wife's name is Lucy Agnes, not Gertrude.
(1930 US Census, Hamilton Co., Cincinnati, ED 483, pg 33B, fam 434-519, lines 89-90 roll T626_1811)

Gertrude E. Peters

Gertrude's parents were from Pennsylvania.