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Thomas Frank "Buck" Buchan I

Thomas was the eleventh and last child of Dr David M. Buchan and Nancy Jane Lancaster of Pulaski County, GA.

His father, David, and grandfather, Dr James Monroe Buchan, were well respected medical doctors in Georgia.

Thomas was married for 43 years to Elise Josephine Wescott Buchan of Orlando FL.

After their marriage, Thomas and his family lived next to one of the first airports in Orlando FL at the corner of what was then called Buchan Street (now John Young Pkwy) and Old Winter Garden Road.

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Rodney Bruce Dann, Jr.

Rodney was the son of Georgia (Buchan) and Rodney Bruce Dann Sr.

Rodney was the second child and only son in a family of three children.

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Rodney Bruce Dann, Sr.

Rodney was the tenth child in a family of twelve children born to Minnie Lee (Patrick) and James Wayne Dann. The Dann and Patrick families were early pioneers in a young Orlando.

Rodney was born and grew up on an 80-acre farm in Clarcona, Fl.

On May 18, 1940, he married Georgia Martha Buchan. Their union produced two daughters and one son. They were married for 40 years when Rodney passed.

Rodney loved fishing and spent most of his spare time following this love. In his later life he returned to his garden.

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Jerry Lee Danner

Jerry Lee Danner passed away on April 29, 2016 in Orlando, FL at the age of 74.

Jerry was born on October 15, 1941 in Frankfort, Indiana to Charles Samuel Danner and Anna Marie Lindauer. He graduated from Lebanon High School in 1960 and served in the Air Force from 1962 - 1968. Afterward, he worked for the Stewart Warner Corporation in Lebanon and then the Headback Corporation in Indianapolis, which eventually brought him to Tampa and then Orlando.

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Eduard Hermann Peters

Eduard Herman Peters was born in Stolpmunde, Kreis Stolp, Pommern, Germany on December 15, 1885, to parents Gustav Eduard Peters (1850-1935) and Emilia Friedrika Maria Wilm (1851-?). He was the manager of a Spa in Stolpmunde until the Russians occupied the town at the end of World War II. He also served as the Red Cross leader in Stolpmunde from before the first World War until he left Stolpmunde. He married Erna Minna Ernstine Thom on November 23, 1920 in Stolpmunde and they had two children: Jurgen Ernst Peters was born on July 2, 1922 and died two days later.

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Jo Anne Feldstein

Jo Anne Feldstein, 88, grew up in Detroit and moved to New York City where she modeled for more than a decade during the late 1940s and 1950s. "It was the best time," she said. "The war was over, fabric was available, and people had jobs. Everything was good." Following her long, successful modeling career, Feldstein returned to school to earn her master's degree and then went on to pursue her Ph.D. in sociology at the City University of New York (CUNY). She left CUNY with all but her dissertation completed toward her doctorate.

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Charles David Kieser

Charles David Kieser was the youngest son of Robert J & Elizabeth (Stalder) Kieser and a lifelong resident of Orlando. He was born in Orlando on 27 Oct 1946 and was an active member of Delaney Street Baptist Church. David attended local schools and graduated from Florida Military School in 1964. After a year at University of South Florida, David enlisted in the Navy in 1966. He was attached to the FV-74 Flight Squadron on the USS Forrestal. where he was an aviation and electrician's mate third class.

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Lucia Marie (Cortez) Rodrigue

Lucia Marie Cortez Rodrigue passed away on Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016, at the age of 94 years. She was a native of Vacherie, Louisiana, and a resident of Marrero, Louisiana for the past 71 years.

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ESTELL TERECIA (ASHLEY) ROBINSON

Mrs.Estell (Stell) Robinson was an elementary school teacher for 31 years. Her DREAM was always to teach the "little ones." God granted her the desires of her heart & she fulfilled her calling. A DEDICATED MOTHER to her 3 children (Sharon,Gail & Hansel Jr.), she is honored for being STEADFAST in her convictions & belief in the Gospel. She was raised southern Baptist,but raised her children A.M.E. The foundation for social & spiritual morality was established early in her life & she passed it down to her siblings and HER children.

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James Francis Howlett

James Francis Howlett, 63, of King, N.C., died Thursday, February 8, 1996, in Winston-Salem, N.C., following a lengthy illness. He was preceded in death by his parents, James Francis and Josephine White Howlett and a brother, Paul John. He was born September 17, 1932 in Boston, Mass. He is survived by his wife, Ann Scott Koch Howlett; sister, Mrs Joseph (Eleanor) Bertolaccini of Brewer, Maine; his former wife, Patricia Fitzgerald Howlett; seven children, Mrs. Jeff (Ann) Hall of Pulaski, N.Y., Mrs. James (Mary) Plott of Pulaski, Va., Mrs.

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Graham Robinson Ellsworth Koch

Graham Robinson Ellsworth Koch passed peacefully from this life on January 29th. Graham was born October 11, 1926 in Pulaski, Virginia to Julia and Arthur Koch. Graham was schooled in Pulaski and he attended high school at Virginia Episcopal School. After graduation in 1944 he entered the United States Army Air Force in Amarillo, Texas, and served three years in Germany. Then he attended the University of Virginia followed by the University of Virginia Law School. After graduation he spent two years in Washington with the IRS. The IRS transferred him to Dallas in 1954.

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Nellie Jenson Adams

Nellie Jenson Adams, 90 passed away December 3, 2010 in Mesa, Arizona. Nellie was born March 3, 1920 in St. George, Utah, the oldest of three daughters, to Edgar M. Jenson and Ivie May Gardner Jenson. Nellie married Herman Adams on July 20, 1950 in Provo, Utah. They resided in Enterprise until 1963 when they moved to Parowan. They were sealed on July 5, 1990 in the Jordan River Temple.

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