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Lot 79 - Daniel Newman - Dora Newman - John Flassig - Mary Flassig

The following was extracted from Where The Trails Cross - Volume 26:1 Fall of 1995
By Brad L. Bettenhausen

 Lot  Original Plat Map Notations  Name and/or Marker Information  Other Comments
79  D. {Daniel} Newman & Flassig
{entered in pencil}
 Daniel Newman, husband April 19, 1871 - December 12, 1947

Dora, wife July 25, 1870 - October 8, 1948

John & Mary Flassig


Red granite stone. Read by Bremen HS. Per undated map at Midlothian Library {Son of Rosanna Turney & John Newman}

Dora {nee Flassig}

John & Mary Flassig - Per undated map at Midlothian Library.

John & Mary Flassig, mother & father. Stone gone before May 14, 1994






A living relative joins the Grove Restoration Project to help clean up the cemetery.

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The following was submitted by Brad L. Bettenhausen, President of the Tinley Park Historical Society
 
Blue Island Sun-Standard - December 18, 1947

Daniel Newman, formerly residing at 135th and Crawford Ave., died Friday morning. He was born in Bremen Township, April 19, 1871, the son of the late John and Rosanna (nee Tierny), and had resided in this community his lifetime.

Remains was at rest in the home of his niece Mrs. Lillie Willis, 2322 W. 122nd St., from Saturday evening until the hour of the funeral which was held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, Dec. 15, with the Rev. Emil Helm officiating.

Interment was in the family lot in Bachelor's Grove cemetery.

Mr. Newman was the husband of Dora, brother of John Newman of Witchita, Kansas, and Mrs. Dolly Hewson of Snohomish, Wash.

The funeral home at 2601 Vermont St., were in charge of arrangements.
 
Mother's maiden name should be Turney.





The following was submitted by Brad L. Bettenhausen, President of the Tinley Park Historical Society.
 
Blue Island Sun-Standard - October 14, 1948

Mrs. Dora Newman of 2322 W. 122nd St. died at the home of her niece Mrs. Lillie M. Willis, on Friday afternoon, Oct. 8, 1948.

She was born in Bremen Twp. July 25, 1870 the daughter of the late Frank and Dora (nee Moore) Flassig, and had resided in the community her lifetime until about 3 years ago when she came to B.I. to make her home.

She was the wife of the late Daniel, sister of the late Ben Flassig, Henry Flassig, Robert Flassig, Frank Flassig, Charles Flassig, Sophie Post, and Amelia Lumbner.

Remains at rest at the residence from Saturday morning, Oct. 9, until the hour of the funeral which was held on Monday afternoon, Oct. 11 at 1 o'clock with Rev. Emil Helm of Cleveland formerly of B.I. officiating, assisted by Mrs. Emil Helm as soloist. Interment was in the family lot in Bachelors Grove Cemetery.

The funeral home at 2601 Vermont St. was in charge of services.




The following was submitted by Michelle Buck of Woodbury, Minnesota.




The following was extracted from www.findagrave.com

Information submitted by Brandi Dudlicek.


Thanks to member Jim Burger (#47346808) for pointing out the following website:

http://www.bachelorsgrove.com/cemetery-lots/lot-79

The record is not for this Dora Flassig, but for her daughter. If you scroll down on that webpage, you'll find a copy of Dora (née Flassig) Newman's death certificate which states her mother's maiden name is Moore. On her daughter, Sophia's death index, her maiden name is listed as Mohr. I was able to find both Doras living in the same household as mother/daughter in Bremen Township on the 1880 US Census.

In addition, I was able to find her birth month from the 1900 US Census.

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