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Grace May  Utter  Grace May Utter
 1903 - 1996

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  • Birth  16 Aug 1903 
    Gender  Female 
    Died  12 May 1996  Burial: Newport, Rock Co., NE Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I7490  forneyclark
    Last Modified  15 Jul 2014 18:07:29 
     
    Family  William "Price" Alderman, b. 16 Feb 1896, Newport, Rock Co., NE  
    Family ID  F2093  Group Sheet
     
  • Photos Alderman, William Price (1896-1984) & Grace May Utter (1903-1996)Alderman, William "Price" (1896-1984) & Grace May Utter (1903-1996)
    2-Persons/ Farm/ Horses/ Dog photo came from Mary L. Jones. Included (L-R) are Grace May Utter Alderman & William "Price" Alderman. Also in the photo are their horses Prince and Dick and their dog Spot. Original photo appeared in the Rock County, Nebraska, Centennial, 1888-1988; published by Centennial Book Committee - 1987; copyright 1987 by Rock County Centennial Book Committee and Rock County Historical Society; p. 131. Printing of the Rock County, Nebraska, Centennial, 1888-1988 was done by Bill and Mariel Fegley, publishers of the Rock County Leader, Inc. newspaper in Bassett, Rock Co., NE, and the Walsworth Publishing Co., Inc., Marceline, MO.
    Alderman, William Price (1896-1984) & Grace May Utter (1903-1996) Alderman, William "Price" (1896-1984) & Grace May Utter (1903-1996)
    2-Persons/ 25th Wedding Anniversary photo of (L-R) William "Price" Alderman & Grace May Utter was taken in 1962 and came from Mary L. Jones. Original photo appeared in the Rock County, Nebraska, Centennial, 1888-1988; published by Centennial Book Committee - 1987; copyright 1987 by Rock County Centennial Book Committee and Rock County Historical Society; p. 131. Printing of the Rock County, Nebraska, Centennial, 1888-1988 was done by Bill and Mariel Fegley, publishers of the Rock County Leader, Inc. newspaper in Bassett, Rock Co., NE, and the Walsworth Publishing Co., Inc., Marceline, MO.
     
  • Notes 
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      Source:
      James Madison "Jim" Alderman, III:
      Name
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      Source:
      SSDI:
      GRACE M ALDERMAN 16 Aug 1903 12 May 1996 (Newport, Keya Paha, NE)
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      Source:
      Mary L. Jones:
      The following information which came from Rock County, Nebraska, Centennial, 1888-1988; published by Centennial Book Committee - 1987; copyright 1987 by Rock County Centennial Book Committee and Rock County Historical Society; pp. 131. Printing of the Rock County, Nebraska, Centennial, 1888-1988 was done by Bill and Mariel Fegley, publishers of the Rock County Leader, Inc. newspaper in Bassett, Rock Co., NE, and the Walsworth Publishing Co., Inc., Marceline, MO.
      William Price Alderman
      " William Price Alderman was born Feb. 16, 1896, the sixth child of the 10 children born to Wm. Henry and Anna Rosailee Peterson Alderman in the living quarters above Rock County Bank of Newport, NE.
      Price joined the armed services on June 25, 1918, took his basics at Ft. Riley, KS, and then to Camp Merit, N.J., where the troops were put on the ship "Empress of Russia" for the trip overseas. However, Price contracted the flu and was later discharged on Dec. 31, 1918 at Ft. Dodge, IA. Upon his return home from the service he, his father, his brothers and brothers-in-law, all worked phases of the Newport haying business.
      On March 28, 1937 he was united in marriage to Grace May Utter, a school teacher who also was a lifelong resident of Rock County, except for a few years in her early life spent with her parents in Boyd and Keya Paha counties.
      Price baled hay and ranched seven miles north and one mile east of Newport until 1954, when he and Grace built and operated Alderman's service station and lunch room on south edge of Newport at the junction of Highways 20 and 137. They continued to operate the station until1968 when they retired. After retirement they remained active in community and family affairs.
      He proudly joined the American Legion in 1919 and remained a continuous and faithful member for 66 years. He was also a member of the Veterans of WWII.
      Price and Grace were married 47 years at the time of his death, Oct. 12, 1984. He was laid to rest at the Newport cemetery.
      He was very proud of the fact that an Alderman had lived in Newport for over 100 years. His uncle, Sterling Price Alderman having come to Newport about 1881 or 1882 as the first depot agent in Newport and Bassett."
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      Source:
      Rock County NEGenWeb Project:
      Newport Cemetery [Newport Cem., Rock Co., NE]
      LOCATION:
      mile north of the school in Newport
      SUBMITTED BY: Bev Hopkins
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      ALDERMAN Grace 8/16/1905 5/12/1996
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