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51 Anna M Pardy Kelly, Hannah Annie (I591)
52 Annie Bren Bren, Anna (I325)
53 Annie Bushman Wolf, Anna (I22)
54 Annie Bushman Wolf, Anna (I22)
55 Annie Bushman Bushman, Annie Julia (I60)
56 Annie Glassow Glasow, Anna (I1199)
57 Annie Pardy Kelly, Hannah Annie (I591)
58 Anniestein Glasow Guetzkow, Ernestine (I1195)
59 Antonia Bren
1862 - 1925 
Kincl, Antonia (I266)
60 Antonia Bren Kincl, Antonia (I266)
61 applied for passport includes photo Kohrt, Gustave Adolph (I3285)
62 Arniel Bren Bren, Emil F (I328)
63 Arnstina Glassow Guetzkow, Ernestine (I1195)
64 Arnt Berg Berg, Arnt (I1072)
65 Arnt J Berg Berg, Arnt (I1072)
66 Arntstna Glasow Guetzkow, Ernestine (I1195)
67 Arthur Glason Glasow, Arthur (I1744)
68 Arthur Glasow Glasow, Arthur Carl (I1202)
69 Arvid "Arve" Arthur {Walli} Suhonen, 82, a lifelong resident of Wright, Minnesota died Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2001, in Villa Vista Nursing Home, Cromwell, MN. He was born Feb. 4, 1919, in Lakeview Township to Hjalmer and Mary (Walli) Suhonen. On June 29, 1957, he married Josephine Cebulski in Floodwood, MN. Arve farmed his entire life and was still making hay a month ago. Arve enjoyed hunting, trapping, haying and sports. He was preceded in death by his wife, Josephine, on May 27, 1999; sisters Ailie Suhonen and Helen (Suhonen) Malisko; and a brother, Waino Suhonen. Arve is survived by his brothers, Toivo and his twin brother, Niilo (Vera), both of Wright, MN; sisters Laimi Linden of Duluth and Saimi Dingman of California. Buried in Lakeside Cemetery, Wright. Suhonen, Arvid Arthur (I2780)
70 Atheelere Bushman Bushman, Althedore (I20)
71 Attorney for the Ringling Bros. Circus, and later instrumental in founding the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Responsible for collecting the old circus wagons.
Kelley, John M (I738)
72 bachelor Bittinger, John (I843)
73 Beajaniam Hladky Hladky, Benjamin (I228)
74 became a nun Bishop, Clara W (I2666)
75 Began work at Hus Memorial Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Worked at Church until 1938. Bren, Rev Joseph (I2550)
76 Benjamin Hladky
1899 - 1951
Hladky, Benjamin (I228)
77 Bennie Bren Bren, Bennie F (I326)
78 Bennie Hladky Hladky, Benjamin (I228)
79 Bennie Hlatky
Wayzata Village 
Hladky, Benjamin (I228)
80 Bernadelle Bushman Bushman, Bernadette Soubirous (I933)
81 Bernadette S Bushman Bushman, Bernadette Soubirous (I933)
82 Bernard Berg Berg, Bernard (I1074)
83 Bertha M Bushman Unknown, Bertha M (I2658)
84 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1495)
85 Beverly Bayne Bushman Bayne, Beverly (I75)
86 Beverly Bushman Bayne, Beverly (I75)
87 Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Blair Co, PA: Samuel T. Wiley, Philadelphia, 1892.

THOMAS BUSHMAN, senior partner in the planing mill firm of Bushman & Co., and a well known contractor and builder of Altoona, who served with distinction during the late civil war, is a son of William & Apalonia (Sanders) Bushman, and was born near Fairfield, Adams county, Pennsylvania, July 5, 1840. The Bushmans are descended from an ancestry that came from Germany at an early day and settled in Pennsylvania. Henry Bushman (grandfather) was born in Adams county about 1800, and died in that county at an advanced age. He grew to manhood among the early settlers of that section, becoming familiar with the hardships and privations incident to residence in a new country. He was a farmer by occupation, and passed a long and toilsome life in efforts to redeem his land from its natural state, and improve and cultivate his fertile
fields. He married and reared a large family, among them being a son named William Bushman (father), who was also a native of Adams county, where he died March 10, 1892, in the seventy-sixth year of his age. He was a laborer by occupation, a stanch republican in politics, and a regular attendant and supporter of the Dunkard church. He married Apalonia Sanders, and to their union was born a family of eight children, the eldest of whom was Thomas, the subject of this sketch. Mrs. Bushman (mother) was born in Adams county in 1816, and died at her home there in 1891, after a life spanning three-quarters of a century. Her mother, the maternal grandmother of Thomas Bushman, is still living at Fairfield, Adams county, and now lacks only six years of rounding out a full century. The Sanders family is also among those early settled in the county of Adams, and are well known in that part of Pennsylvania.
Thomas Bushman passed his boyhood in Adams county, this State; attended the public schools of his neighborhood, receiving a good practical education, and after leaving school learned the trade of carpenter. When the great civil war began he had just reached his majority, and moved by that spirit of patriotism which created vast armies almost in a day, he enlisted early in 1861 in Co. K, 101st Pennsylvania infantry, and served until Lee's surrender at Appomattox dispelled the last vestige of that dream of a new empire which had haunted the southern mind for the space of two generations. He was made a prisoner of war at Plymouth, North Carolina, and for eleven months suffered all the privations and horrors that rendered the Confederate prison pens a reproach to civilization. He was confined successively at Andersonville, Georgia; Florence, South Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; but was finally exchanged, and, with his regiment, mustered out of service at Harrisburg, this State, on the 5th of June, 1865. He entered the service as first duty sergeant, was promoted to be orderly sergeant, and later was made adjutant of the regiment. When the war was ended, however, and there was no longer a question as to whether one flag or two should kiss the northern
breezes as they swept toward the gulf, Mr. Bushman returned to his home in the old Keystone State and applied himself to the useful occupation in which he was engaged when the bugle blast first summoned him to the tented field. For a time he worked as a carpenter, but soon began business as a contractor and builder at Arendtsville, Adams county, where he remained until 1873, when he removed to Altoona and became foreman in the planing mill of William Stoke.In this position he served for a period of six years, when he formed a partnership with Mr. Noffsker, under the style of Bushman, Noffsker & Co., and began operating a planing mill, contracting and building on his own account. This firm soon became prosperous and did a large business, which was continued until 1891, when Mr. Noffsker withdrew, and the firm name was changed to Bushman & Co. Mr. Bushman has always been the leading spirit in this enterprise, and the business is now quite extensive, giving employment to a large number of men, and controlling, as contractors, many of the
substantial improvements recently made in this city.
On November 27, 1865, Mr. Bushman was united in marriage to Sallie A. Lower, a daughter of Conrad Lower, of Adams county, this State. She is a very pleasant, intelligent lady, and quite popular among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances.
Politically Mr. Bushman is a straight, old-fashioned republican, always giving a prompt and stead support to the principles and policy to his party, but taking no active part in the heated contests usually engineered by the politicians. He has been elected and served three years as school director, one year of which time he was secretary of the board. He was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran church of Altoona, in which he is an elder, and also holds membership in Stephen C. Potts Post No. 62, Grand Army of the Republic, being one of its past commanders, and of Altoona Lodge, No. 132, Improved Order of Heptasophs; also past arkow of this association. 
Bushman, Thomas (I2614)
88 Birtha Glason Unknown, Bertha (I1742)
89 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1821)
90 Black Hawk Indian War Veteran Bushman, John (I2533)
91 Blaze Bren Bren, Blanche (I329)
92 Block 36, Lot 8, Grave 1-12
Henery J Burvee 
Burvee, Henry Jeremiah (I3330)
93 Block 36, Lot 8, Grave 2-11
Lillian A Burvee 
Foster, Lillie Ann (I3331)
94 Block 36, Lot 8, Grave 3 or 4
Baby Burvee 
Burvee, Cassie L (I3333)
95 Bobby Hladky Hladky, Robert James (I230)
96 Books Written/Translated:
Confronting Silence: Selected Writings (Fallen Leaf monographs in contemporary composers) by Taoru Takemitsu, Yoshiko Kakudo, and Glenn Glasow (Paperback - 28 Jan 1995)

Evening Clearing: Poems and Drawings from the Mountain by Shozo Kajima and Glenn Glasow (Paperback - Dec 1994) 
Glasow, Glenn Loren (I1193)
97 born before 1570 Kepner, Georg (I1922)
98 Bridget Kelly Kelly, Bridget (I588)
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I543)
100 Camille B Hladky Petrick, Camille B (I240)

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