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7601 World War I Civilian Draft Registrations. Source (S014111)
 
7602 World War I Draft Registration."Thomas Orlando Finzel City: Not Stated County: Garrett State: Maryland Birth Date: 6 Aug 1878 Race: White Roll: 1684371 DraftBoard: 0."

He died on 19 Nov 1941 in Finzel, Garrett Co., Maryland. Frostburg, Nov. 21 - Thomas Orlando Finzel, 63, Garrett county farmer, died Wednesday evening at his home at Finzel, after an illness of one week. Mr. Finzel, a son of the late Henry and Sarah (McKenzie) Finzel, is survived by two brothers, Patrick E., of Washington, D. C., and William Finzel, this city, and five sisters, Mrs. Arthur H. Hawkins and Mrs. Alice Goodman, Cumberland; Mrs. Clara Baer, Mrs. Sarah Knepp, and Miss Margaret Finzel of Finzel. He was a brother of the late Ira Finzel who engaged in the restaurant business in this city. The Cumberland Evening  
Finzel, Thomas Orlando (I06607)
 
7603 World War I. 115 Ambulance Company, 29th Division.
at school. 
Biggs, John William (I22827)
 
7604 World War II Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualties, 1941-1945. Source (S014156)
 
7605 World War II Young American Patriots

Helton, Farish N.

Sgt., U.S. Army. Born Mar. 8, 1914. Entered service 1940, Ft. Barrancas, FL;: England. Attended Peterman, AL. High School. Husband of Mrs. Marie Webster Helton, Box 549, Oak Hill, W.Va.
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Helton, Farish Nettles (I27455)
 
7606 WWII US Navy Aircraft Carrier Muster Rolls, 1939-1949. Source (S014188)
 
7607 YORK, Pa. - James H. McKenzie Sr., 53, of West Manchester Township, died Friday at 3:20 p.m. at York Hospital. Born Jan. 4, 1946, in Lonaconing, Md., he was the son of LoVanna (Allen) McKenzie, of Frostburg, Md., and the late Joseph McKenzie. Mr. McKenzie was most recently self-employed. He previously worked for Bi-Comp, York, York Gazette and Daily, and Progressive Typographers. He graduated in 1965 from Valley High School in Lonaconing, and also attended York Technical Institute of York. He was a member of Saint Patrick?s Catholic Church, South Beaver Street, York. Surviving is his wife Shirley (Hyde) McKenzie. They celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary on Oct. 23. He also is survived by two sons, James H. McKenzie Jr. at home, and Tim McKenzie, York; two daughters, Kimberly Bixler, Hawaii, and Amanda McKenzie at home; three grandchildren; one brother, Melvin McKenzie, Somerset; and three sisters, Joann Spiker, Cathy Broadwater and Barbara McKenzie, all of Frostburg, Md. Friends will be received at the Robert F. Koller Funeral Home Inc., 2000 West Market St., York, Wednesday, Nov. 10, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. A memorial service will be held there Wednesday at 3 p.m. Burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to VNA Hospice, 218 East Market St., York, PA 17401. The Cumberland Times-News, November 9, 1999 McKenzie, James H. (I37579)
 
7608 You don't hear about Zion much. It's stuck up along the north shore but way too far north to belong to the stuck-up North Shore. It's almost in that state of outlet malls, head cheese and anorexic dogs chasing mechanical rabbits known as Wisconsin. But Zion oozes personality. My first visit there was on April 1, 1986, when an atheist crashed a city council meeting to ask city fathers to remove God from the city government whose slogan was "God Reigns." While just waiting to write a story about Zion's born-again mayor amid the flag-waving atheist, I witnessed a rock fight between local youths and white-robed Ku Klux Klansmen. Those were wild days for Zion Mayor Howard P. Everline. His phone rang off the hook. He could put Deborah Norville on hold while he chatted with Oprah or Jane Pauley. (Norville was a mere Channel 5 reporter then and Everline logged more air time on the "Today" show than she did.) Everline was a TV star, and Rob Sherman co-starred as "the atheist." It was a marriage made in heaven, or the atheist equivalent. Everline and Sherman engaged in witty banter, the city sold T-shirts. It was fun. Then came the 1987 mayoral race. Everline lost to State Sen. Adeline Geo-Karis. Oprah stopped calling. So did "Today." So did reporters. So did his friends. "I had five phone calls in one year ? FIVE!" Everline says. "People dropped me as if I had the plague. I went through a deep depression. I was very bitter." The City of God forgot him. "They're so phony," says Everline, an ordained pastor. "None of the preachers called me after I got out of office." One of the five phone calls he did get was from Sherman. Despite the religious differences, Sherman had become a good friend and was worried the former mayor was depressed enough to attempt suicide. "I considered it," Everline admits openly. "I interviewed 45 places for jobs," Everline adds. He did not get a single offer and made his living through substitute teaching and an 11-acre farm where he and his wife Marge breed ponies. Zion was founded by Australian faith-healer John Alexander Dowie, who dreamed of a holy city of salvation and clean living for generations of Christians. "Hah!" Everline says. "Things aren't what they seem." He tells story after story of drunkenness, adultery, drug use, lies, sex, backstabbing and sloth, making Zion sound more like a "Twin Peaks" episode. "Zion was founded to be a better place," Everline says. "It has repudiated its heritage." That's why Everline stayed home. He didn't go to church (he turned to Channel 38 for his inspiration), avoided restaurants and didn't shop in Zion. Even after he came out of his funk and would run into people, Everline would not be phony. "They'd say, 'How are you?'" Everline says. "And I'd say, 'What do you care? You haven't bothered to call. Where were you when I needed you?'" He predicts a few Zion residents are bound for hell, a place he plans to avoid because "it's too crowded for me." Apparently, some people agree with him about the state of Zion. They asked Everline, 61, to run for mayor again against Geo- Karis and city commissioner Billy McCullough. Everline needed 35 signatures to get on the ballot, he got a little more than 40. "I did it myself, practically all on Sunday," says Everline, who had not returned to City Hall since his defeat. "I went in the back door to turn my petition in." He is not running on some issue. "Just my very presence is an issue," Everline notes. He knows he will be a huge underdog in the Feb. 26 primary election. "I can live with it or without it, but I think the people deserve a choice," he says. He also thinks Sherman will become born-again some day. Win or lose, Everline will hear from me before next Christmas. The Daily Herald, Chicago, Illinois,December 22, 1990 He was buried on 29 Jun 1996 in Zion, Lake Co., Illinois. Everline, Howard Philip (I32968)
 
7609 Zady was the daughter of W. H. and Mary E. (Harrison) Bennett. She married Miles Monroe "Dink" Biggs in East Bernard, Wharton Co., Texas on Nov. 11, 1912.
Their children were: Cledrew Monroe, Carl Oswald, James Clayton "Bacher", Lawrence Eugene, and Alma (Biggs) Smith. 
Bennett, Zady Alma (I28675)
 

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