The Dallas Journal, Volume 48, 2002 Page: 25
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Mayors of Dallas
Special thanks to the following who answered questions, request for materials, queries and phone calls for this project.
- Staff of the Texas/Dallas History Department of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, Dallas, Texas
- Staff of the Genealogy Section of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, Dallas, Texas
- Staff of the Rosenburg Library, Galveston, Texas
- County Clerk Offices in Grimes, Hunt, Jefferson, Marion, Travis and Webb counties Texas; Fillmore County Minnesota,
Bourbon County Kentucky; Monroe County West Virginia
- Staff of Grove Hill Cemetery, Dallas; Oakland Cemetery, Dallas; Sparkman-Hillcrest Funeral Home and Memorial Park,
Dallas; Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky; Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, TX; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston, TX; and
Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee
- Descendants and genealogical researchers for Bradford, Burt, Crowdus, Kerfoot, and Naylor families.
- Suzan Younger, who accompanied me on research trips to Houston and Galveston, and drove the car over the Galveston
Ship Channel Bridge.
Obituaries from the Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register
Eleanor Evans Borkenhagen
Knowing that obituaries can be a valuable resource for genealogists, Mrs. Eleanor Bokenhagen
clips obituaries from the Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register. She sends these
obituaries to genealogical societies in cities connected with the individual.
Bristol, Edna Joan, born in Dallas, TX on June 5, 1932
to Martha Irene Vick Schaller and Henry Joseph Schaller,
died peacefully at home on Oct. 25, 2000, of cancer. Her
beloved husband of 32 years, "Pops" Roy J. Bristol, was
at her side. Eddie is survived by her identical twin,
Barbara Ann Ringlien of Wilkesboro, North Carolina, and
sister Jeanne Hemer of Lansing, Michigan. Eddie is also
survived by her 6 children: Doug, Dianne, Steve,
Marianne, Valerie and Roberta, as well as 11
grandchildren. Visitation on Sunday, October 29 4-6 pm
at Westminster Memorial Park. A memorial service will
be held on Monday, October 30, 2000 at 11am at
Westminster Memorial Park.
(Orange County Register, 29 October 2000)
Garner, Marian Milam at 96 in Glendale, native of
Dallas, Texas longtime Glendale resident. She was the
loving wife of the late A. Wilkins Garner with whom she
was active in Local and National Camellia Societies.
Other activities included the Tuesday Afternoon Club,
Glendale Committee for the Los Angeles Philharmonic
and the Women's Committee for Glendale Symphony.
She was the loving mother of Ann (John) Rogers of
Sebastopal, CA; grandmother of Marilyn Rogers (Kevin)
Killen, and John K. Rogers III and great grandmother of
Flynn Rogers Killen, all of San Francisco.
The family requests that donations be made to Descanso
Gardens of Glendale College. Private services will be in
Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.
(Los Angeles Times, 14 August 2000)
Livingston, Jonas Cohn, 42, long-time music industry
executive, designer, and automobile executive, at his
home in Los Angeles February 6, 2000. born August 21,
1957 in Dallas, Texas. Son of Richard Roland Livingston
and Myra Cohn Livingston. Graduated Sarah Lawrence
He is survived by brother Joshua Livingston and his wife
Sally, their children Richard Gibbons and Bryce Cohn,
sister Jennie Livingston and partner Kristabelle Munson;
aunt Hannah (Mrs. Alan J.) Pakula, great-aunt Flora
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a contribution to
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary; Kanab, UT 84741 or the
charitable organization of your choice. Memorial at
Castle Green, 99 South Raymond Ave., Pasadena,
Sunday, February 13, 2000 at 2 PM.
(Los Angeles Times, 11 Feb 2000)
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