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101 RUTH MARIE AUMANN SCHOCK
A memorial service for Ruth Marie Schock, 90, of Livonia, will be held June 1 at St. Lorenz Lutheran Church in Frankenmuth. Mrs. Schock was born Jan. 15, 1912 in Detroit and died May 13 [2002] at The Lutheran Home-Livonia, where she became their first resident.

Mrs. Schock was one of eight children who were raised on the second floor of the parents' Aumann Bakery on Mack Avenue in Detroit. She graduated from Eastern High School. Subsequently, she earned a bachelor of arts with distinction from The City College of The City of Detroit (later known as Wayne State University), and a Life Certificate to teach in the Public Schools of Michigan.

Mrs. Schock was baptized and confirmed by Rev. Philip Bohn of Concordia Lutheran Church. Throughout several of her high school and college years she taught Sunday School at Concordia. She majored in music at The City College. As a portion of her degree requirements she frequently ushered for numerous concerts of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall. She taught in many Detroit elementary schools, vocal music classes for over 10 years, and after approximately 25 years of full-time vocal music teaching at McGregor Elementary School in Detroit, she finally retired from the Detroit Public School system. She enjoyed classical music, opera, and attending symphony orchestra concerts, particularly those DSO (Children's Symphony Concerts) which introduced her students to symphonic and classical music.

She was preceded in death by her husband of nearly 60 years, Herbert E. Schock.

Survivors include son, Dr. Charles C. Schock of Little Rock, Ark.; son, Dr. Norville H. (Shari) Schock of Plymouth; 15 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; sister, Elinor Aumann Rau of Mt. Pleasant; and many nieces and nephews.
 
Aumann, Ruth Marie (I4195)
 
102 She dies in Cremzow, Uckermark, Germany or Australia Devantier, Marie Wilhelmine Auguste (I10308)
 
103 The Brisbane Courier, Monday 29 August 1910, page 7

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WEDDING

Devantier - Kamp

Thursday at the Lowood Lutheran A pretty wedding was solemnised on Thursday at the Lutheran Church,
the bridegoom being Mr. Ernest Devantier, eldest son of Mr. H. Devantier, Tarampa Estate, and the bride Miss Terese Kamp,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs R Kamp, Tarampa (writes ourTarampa correspondent).
The ceremony was performed by the Rev Wallatt in the presence of a large gathering of invited guests.
The bride wore a costume of silk volienne trimmed with silk insertion and arranged with satin rosettes and buttons.
The bridesmaids were Miss Lily Kamp, sister of the bride, (chief) and Miss Lizzy Devantier, each of whom wore a very becoming toilette.
Mr F Devantier was best man, and Mr F Kamp groomsman. The latter also played the wedding hymn and march on the Church organ.
After the service the party drove to the residence of the brides parents, where the wedding breakfast was served.
Pastor Wallatt, who presided, proposed the toast of the bride and bridegoom.
The toast was accorded musical honours and a number of congratulatory speeches were afterwards made.
The newly wedded couple were made the recipients of many useful and ornamental presents. 
Family F1640
 
104 The Central Queensland Herald, Thursday 13 February 1930, page 25

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ROCKHAMPTON, February 7.

Our Capella correspondent writes: ?A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the Church of Holy Spirit, Capella, by the Rev. G. E. Wheeler, rector of All Saint's Church, Clermont. The contracting parties were Bertha Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stevens, and Arthur Rudolph, second youngest son of Mr. H. Devantier and the late Mrs. Devantier, of Red Gate, Murgon. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave her away, and the hymn, "Lead Us Heavenly Father," as sung by the congregation. She looked charming in a white mariette frock, with Chantilly lace inlet in the sleeveless bodice in scallops,and with diamante trimming studdedround the neck. The skirt was composed of Chantilly lace with scallops of mariette and a circle of orange blossoms on the left side of skirt. The belt was held in position with a diamante buckle. She wore a lovely wreath and veil (lent by Mrs. Geaghan, a friend of the bride), arranged in the mob cap effect and studded across the front with seeded pearls,which were continued and held in position under the chin. She carried a beautiful bouquet of stephanotis and lilies of the valley veiled in tulle and tied with tulle streamers. She was attended by her sister, Miss Cloddie, as bridesmaid, who wore a frock of pink crepe de Chine, with a bodice inlet with a yoke of silk lace and six frills of silk lace on the skirt. She carried a bouquet of bebe roses veiled in tulle and tied with streamers of tulle. Mr. K. Conway was bestman. As the bridal party were leaving the church Mrs. F. Webb played the Wedding March.The bridal party afterwards adjourned to the Commercial Hotel, where the wedding breakfast was held. The room was tastefully decorated with pink and white streamers and a beautiful wedding bell was suspended over the bridal couple. The usual toasts were honoured.The presents were numerous and costly. The bride's travelling dress was of blue crepe de Chine; she also wore a mastic hat. The honeymoon will be spent in Brisbane, Coolangatta and Murgon. 
Family F1702
 
105 The Courier-Mail , Thursday 18 June 1942, page 8

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FUNERAL NOTICE

DEVANTIER.? The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Bertha Annie Devantier are invited to attend the Funeral of her deceased Husband, Otto Ernest Wllhelm Devantier, Club Hotel, Linville, to leave the Church ol England, This (Thursday) Afternoon, at 2 p.m., for the Moore Cemetery.

C. W. CRANDELL, Funeral Director DWYER. 
Devantier, Otto Ernst Wilhelm (I6664)
 
106 The Courier-Mail, Monday 10 February 1941, page 12

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Probate

Name of Deceased Proprietor. ? Auguste Ernestine Devantier, late of Ipswich, widow.

Date of Death. ? 15th September, 1940.

Names of Claimants. ? Harry Hooper Heiner, and Royal Hewlett Aitken Stephens, both of Ipswich, as Devisees in Trust.

Description and Situation of Land. ? Resub-division 2 of subdivision 3 of allotments 8 and 9 of section 42, city of Ipswich.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted. ? Fee-simple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise. ? Will dated 10th February, 1937.

Date within which Caveat may be Lodged. ? 8th March, 1941. 
Spragg, Auguste Ernestine (I4689)
 
107 The Courier-Mail, Monday 16 September 1940, page 16

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Funeral notice

DEVANTIER.? The Relatives and Friends ofthe late Auguste Ernestine Devantier, of Court Street, Ipswich, are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave St. John's Lutheran Church, Nicholas Street, Ipswich, after service commencing at 10.30 to-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, for the Ipswich Cemetery.

J. & H. REED. Funeral Directors, Ipswich.  
Spragg, Auguste Ernestine (I4689)
 
108 The Courier-Mail, Monday 29 March 1948, page 3

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Died In Church

LOWOOD, Sunday. ? Mr. Ernest Devantier, 62, well-known Wondai farmer,
collapsed and died from heart failure during the service at the Lowood Lutheran Church today.
He had gone to Lowood for the Easter holidays.
Mr. Devantier is survived by his widow and a grown-up family.
The body will be taken to Murgon for burial. 
Devantier, Ernest Friedrich Herman (I4847)
 
109 The marriage was declared not legal on jan, 3 1831. Because they were half brother and sister. Family F3545
 
110 The surname "de Pierre" changes to "Stein" in the mid-1770s de Pierre, Francois (I1158)
 
111 The surname "de Pierre" changes to "Stein" in the mid-1770s de Pierre, Olympe (I1161)
 
112 The surname "de Pierre" changes to "Stein" in the mid-1770s de Pierre, Jacob (I1241)
 
113 The surname "de Pierre" changes to "Stein" in the mid-1770s de Pierre, Marthe (I1409)
 
114 The surname "de Pierre" changes to "Stein" in the mid-1770s de Pierre, Cathrine (I1373)
 
115 The surname "de Pierre" changes to "Stein" in the mid-1770s de Pierre, Jeanne (I1912)
 
116 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 2 February 1949, page 24
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HEARD, Thomas John Henry. - February 1, 1949, at a private hospital, Sydney, of Clermont, Queensland, dearly loved husband of Anne, and dear father of Harper, Stella (Mrs. E. Norman) Vaughan, and Clive, aged 75 years. 
Heard, Thomas John Henry (I10849)
 
117 They had six children and immigrated to the United States in the Spring of 1881, with the youngest five children. Family F2531
 
118 Tribune-Record-Gleaner (Clark County, Wis.) 03/21/1990

Lund, George (1923 - 1990)

George Alex Lund, 66, Spencer, formerly of Owen, died Tuesday, March 13, 1990, at 8:04 p.m., at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. Funeral services were held Friday, March 16, 1990, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer. Rev. William Ruhbusch officiated. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery, Withee.

George Lund was born Nov. 26, 1923, in Stanley, to Edward and Fern (Hatfield) Lund. He was a graduate of Stanley High School. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. His first marriage was to Gladys Randall, they were later divorced. His second marriage was to Betty Fischer on April 25, 1981. He was a mechanic at Knar Ford at Stanley until 1973. He hand been a resident of Spencer for the past two years. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and enjoyed oil painting.

Survivors include his wife, three sons, George Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif. Gilbert, Thorp Gary, Mount Pleasant, Iowa two daughters, Mrs. Darrel (Loreen) Giese, Protection, Kan. Mrs. Paul (Gloria) Bosworth, Marquette, Mich. one step-son, Randy Fischer, Billings, Mont. one brother, David Lund, Oregon, Wis. six sisters, Grace Lund, Shoreview, Minn. Lluella Downing, Manitowoc Gladys Olson, Eagle River Lorraine Pomietlo, Stanley Susan Blanchette, Madison Joan Naas, Bloomer nine grandchildren, one great-grandchild and eight step-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and three sisters.

Maurina Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 
Lund, George Alexander. (I15713)
 
119 Udlagt Barnefader, R?gter p? Fogedgaard Jensen, Anders (I6801)
 
120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Devantie, V.B. (I16344)
 
121 Was also called Peter De Pierre Stein, Peter (I3378)
 
122 Wilhelm Johann DeVantier in USA DeVantier, Jean-Guillaume (I5491)
 

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