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Shared marker for: "Johannbroer, Amanda R., [1st date removed]--19-- ; Anton, 1870--1935," in the McCoy Cemetery. An Odd Fellows 3 link chain is engraved at Anton's name.
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Marker for: "Thomas E. Knight, 1886--1960," in Riverview Cemetery. At the top of the marker is engraved a 3-link chain with F, L, T included. ”FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is...
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Marker for: "James A. White, 1884--1962," in Riverview Cemetery. A cross and flowers are engraved on the marker. A cross, flowers and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows chain are engraved on the marker.
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Shared marker for: "Johannbroer, Amanda R., [1st date removed]--19-- ; Anton, 1870--1935," in the McCoy Cemetery. An Odd Fellows 3 link chain is engraved at Anton's name.
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Marker for: "Husband, Gustav E. Nettleblad, Sept. 8, 1886--Sept. 9,1917," Greenwood Cemetery. At the top of the marker is engraved a 3-link chain with F, L, T included. ”FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain....
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Marker for B. [Bramblet] R. Willits, 1886-1967, in Fairview Cemetery. Odd Fellow symbol engraved on right corner of marker. "FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is the local lodge number."--Assn....
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Shared marker for: "Cerise, Father, Mela C., Feb. 14, 1905--Aug. 12, 1972; Mother, Margaret D., Nov. 3, 1913-- ; married Mar. 24, 1932," in Fairview Cemetery. Engraved on the marker are mountains, pine trees, and chains with FLT. ”FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem...
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Marker for Tierney, Wm. 1849-1897, and Ella, his wife 1858-1924, in Fairview Cemetery. There is an I.O.O.F. chain symbol engraved at the top of the marker.
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Marker for L. R. Willits, 1848-1916, in Fairview Cemetery. Chain link engraving with FLT in upper right corner. "FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is the local lodge number."--Assn....
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Marker for "John McLean, Born May 10, 1843; Died January 23, 1913; Aged 69 Years 8 Mo 13 Dys," in Fairview Cemetery. Odd Fellow symbol engraved at top of marker. ”The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is the local lodge number.”--Assn. for Gravestone Studies
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Marker for: "Cornelius Bottolfson, died June 7,1899, aged 33 yrs. 6 ms. 11 ds.," Greenwood cemetery. The IOOF chain links are engraved at the center of the marker.
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Marker for "Benjiman F. Grace 1850--1928," in Fairview Cemetery. Odd Fellow symbol engraved at top of marker. ”The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is the local lodge number.”--Assn. for Gravestone Studies
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Marker for: "John Urban, born Oct. 26,1851; died July 3, 1898," Greenwood Cemetery. The marker is engraved with a city and star, laurel leaves, and the IOOF linked chains.
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Marker for Elbert H. Gray, Born Sept. 14, 1858, Died Jan. 30, 1948, in Fairview Cemetery. Odd Fellow symbol engraved at top of marker.