Hart's Early Families

                                                            My favorite links

Guest Message Board

Surnames

Reid-Smith-Gillmore

The William Smith Story

Hartley's Sr Baby Pic

80 1905 Baby pic

All Names 1905 Baby Book

Smith Photo Album

Obit

Smith Headstones

Brooks-Lyons-Wire

Stories

Obit

Forsyth-Bradley Tree

Source

Stories

Bradley Photo Album

Obit

Bradley Headstones

Schueller-Oster-Weber

Little Rosella Schueller Pic

Rose-Rosella-Syl Pic

Rose Schueller

Henry-Rose Wedding Pic

Grandma Schueller Pic

Rose Oster Pic

Rose-Henry Schueller Pic

Schueller Photo Albu

Source

Stories

Old Schueller Trunk

Obit

Schueller Headston

Hassenpflug Tree

Source

Stories

Reunion-Pic-2002-3-4-5

Heussner Pic

Clyde F Heussner Pic

Church Outside Pic

Church Inside Pic

Anna Katharina Pic

Obits

Duthe Family Tree

Source

Stories

Ray Dute Pic

Mary Heidenrich Pic

Casper_Dute pic

Casper 14 Children

George Johannes Duthe Pic

Casper Duthe Farm Pic

Duthe's Family's Pic

Duthe's Family Pic Key

Unknown Duthe Pic

Obits

Dellefield Family Tree

Source

Stories

Dellefield Sisters Pic

Dellefield Family Pic

Dellefield Photo Pic

George Michael Pic

Anna Marie Dellefield Pic

Obits

Frank Lambert's Family Tree

Stories

New Updates (New)

Miscellnous Obits (New)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following Obit was given to me by Karen Krugman  Her email address is

                                                        miprofgenie@wwnet.net 

                                           Harris W Dellefield 

HARRIS W. DELLEFIELD


Harris W. Dellefield, 83, a native and life-long resident of Lorain, died Friday at St. Joseph Hospital following a lingering illness.
He was employed as general foreman at US Steel Lorain-Cuyahoga Works in the Number 4 Blooming Mill. He retired in 1966.
Mr. Dellefield was a member of First Congregational Church, where he was a member of the Fellowship Supper Club, Senior Fellowship Club, where he  was a member of the golf and bowling leaques; the Management Club of US Steel and AARP.
He was also a past Commodore and life member of Lorain Yacht Club. He was an active boatsman, both sailing and powerboating.          
Mr. Dellefield is survived by his wife Dorothy F. (nee Forrest),    
with whom he would have celebrated his 62nd wedding anniversary Nov. 5; a son David of Alexandria, Virginia; daughters Mrs. william (Darlyne) Cook of Lorain and Mrs. Vincent (Diane) Ruma of Avon Lake; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandsons.                     Friends will be received Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Walter A. Frey Funeral Home, 700 West Erie Avenue, Lorain. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at First Congregational Church with Rev. Mr. Randall W. Hase, Pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Ridgehill Memorial Park, Lorain. 

                 back