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MAY 17, 1884, Page 5
BENZ – On Friday, May 16, at 4:30p.m., Charles BENZ of 2727 Adams Street, aged 34 years. Due notice of funeral will be given.
CHARTRAND – At the residence of his parents, 2822 Clark Avenue, Thursday, May 15, at 1 o’clock p.m., George M. CHARTRAND, son of Michael and Amelia CHARTRAND, aged 24 years, 4 months and 23 days. Funeral from family residence on Sunday, May 18, at 1:30p.m., to I.O.O.F. Cemetery, below Carondelet. Friends are invited to attend.
FEUERBACHER – On the 16th of this month, at Muhlhausen in Bavaria, Germany, after a short illness, Mr. Max J. FEUERBACHER, President of the Green Tree Brewery Company of this city. His remains will be brought over and buried here, of which due notice will be given at the time. Mrs. FEUERBACHER, widow and children, also Louis SCHLOSSETAIN, Henry NICOLAUS and H. Henry VORTRIEDE of the Green Tree Brewery Company.
MCQUAID – In the 61st year of her age, Margaret MCQUAID, native of County Riscomon, Ireland. Funeral leaves family residence, 835 South Seventh Street, 3p.m., Sunday, May 17, 1884.
BROWNELL – On Thursday, May 15, at 10:30p.m., Luoy BROWNELL, widow of the late Charles BROWNELL, aged 63? Years, 4 months and 6 days. Funeral from her late residence, 1127 Chambers Street, Sunday, May 18, at 3p.m. Troy, N.Y., and Springfield, MO., papers please copy.
DECEMBER 2, 1888, Page 19
Maude, daughter of William and Annie BAUBE, November 30; 2012 Biddle Street. Hannah, daughter of William and Mary SCHOELAUB, November 24; 1402 12th Street ___, son of William and Minnie RAY, November 25, 916 Morgan Street
William, son of F. and A. SHAW, November 29; 819 Howard Street
James, son of Richard and Bertha DONNELL, November 28, 1217 Morgan Street
William, son of Fred and Margaret BATHAAS, November 28; 1220 N. 12th Street
HOFMAN, Richard, 6 days, 3988 N. 25th St., trismus neonatorum.
CALM, Martha, 2 years, 2912 Broadway, diphtheria.
MULSHANEY, Thomas, 60 years, St. Louis Hospital, cancer of liver.
MCGEANY, Nora, 23 years, 1520 Vail Place, consumption.
SCHMOLA, Joseph, 88 years, Pius Hospital, cancer.
STUTGRIASKY, John, 3 years, 8309 Polk St., measles.
KRUNG, Sussane, 8 years, 1027 Park Ave., typhomalaria.
FORSTER, Michael, 44 years, 1810 N. 12th St., consumption.
BOYER, Caroline, 48 years, Poor House, asthma.
HAGGERTY, John, 26 years, 2220 Dickson St., accidental gun-shot wound of chest.
NIEMAN, William, 48 years, 1531 N. 17th St., hemiplegia.
FREUDERSTIEN, Adolph, 2 years, 2831 N. 20th St., pneumonia.
GROSS, Charles, 58 years, 630 S. Broadway, pneumonia.
WELLS, Sylvester, 8 months, 714 S. 3rd St., consumption.
SEYMOUR, Lizzie, 25 years, 1407 N. 8th St., intu__ceptia.
STELMETS, Magdalena, 51 years, 1229 S. 3rd St., pneumonia
MAY 8, 1902, Page 2
BENZ – On Wednesday, May 7, at 12 o’clock, noon, Carl Wilhelm BENZ, beloved husband of Carrie BENZ (nee FASER), and our father and son of Gottlieb and Marie BENZ, and our dear brother, after a Short illness, at the age of 27 years, 7 months, 12 days. Funeral Saturday, May 10, at 1:30p.m., from family residence, 4026 N. Broadway. Masontah, Ill., paper please copy.
DUNN – On Thursday, May 6, 1902 at 12:30 o’clock, a.m., Julia DUNN, beloved wife of David DUNN, Mother of Mrs. Stephen MCGOVERN.
The funeral will take place Saturday, 10th, inat., at 8:30 o’clock a.m., from family residence, 2523 Baldwin Street, to St. Teresa’s Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend. Maysville, KY., papers please copy.
KALTWASSER – August P. KALTWASSER, beloved husband of Amanda L. KALTWASSER (nee VENDERSU?), after a lingering illness, Thursday, May 8. Notice of funeral later.
MCKEYRING – Wednesday, May 7, 1902, at 3a.m., Nellie MCKEYRING, beloved daughter of Catherine MCKEYRING and sister of Caroline and Agnes MCKEYRING and Mrs. P. ______, Mrs. D. DEANY, Mrs. James STUART? And Mrs. E. MORRIS. Funeral from family residence, No. 2417 O’Fallon St., Friday, May 9, at 2p.m. to St. Bridget’s Church, thence To Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
MOYNIHAN – Wednesday, May 7, 1902, at 10a.m., Margaret M. MOYNIHAN, beloved daughter of Thomas And Margaret MOYNIHAN.
Funeral from family residence, No. ____ DeSoto Avenue, Friday, May 9, at 2:30pm., to Calvary Cemetery.
PETERS – On Wednesday, May 7, 1902, at 4a.m., Henrietta PETERS, our dearly beloved mother, mother-in-law and grandmother, after a short illness, at the age of 63? Years, 6 months. The rest is cut off.
FEBRUARY 5, 1903, Page 6
M. and L. HOUSCK, 1217 Gayer, boy
C. and S. WINKEL, 4342 Swa_, girl
S. and A. PARR, 3325 LaSalie, girl
O. and M. BLUMEYER, 1116 Madison, boy
W. and M. DALLEY, 10 N. Cardinal, girl
P. and L. POLLOCK, 2740 Lawton, boy
J. and E. LYNCH, 1805 N. 12th, girl
M. and F. LESECYK?, 1414 N. 21st, girl
W. and K. VOGT, 325 N. 19th, girl
J. and M. BURK, 2785 Chouteau, boy
H. and A. SELINGER, 7138 Manchester, girl
J. and V., SMITH, 4432 NORFOLK, boy
HOFFNER, Laura, 29, 3118 Hickory; gastro
TRUEDELL, Harriss, 4424 McPherson; bronchitis
BROWN, Lenard, 70, 2200 Papin; pneumonia
HILL, Harry, 28, 1313 N. 9th, nephritis
WILSON, Virginia, 22, 2530 Baldwin, bronchitis
THOMAS, Pearl, 10, 1552 S. 2nd; tuberculas
BEHRENER, M., 85, 4117 W. Belle; pentimtis
HOHL, Annie, 2, 1286 N. 10th; dysentery
VOGLER baby, 2 hours, 400 Dorcas
HAWKINS, N., 1560 Gratiot; tuberculas
Brother HONARATUS, 57, Christian Brothers’ College; heart disease
KE_NLE, M., 52, 2728 Winnebago; chronic
BRADSHAW, V., 2, 2012 Division; typhoid fever
CLESY, Celesti, 2 days, 4320 Hunt; inanition
MAHAFFEY, Robert, 65, 5062 Maple; pneumonia
ADAMS, George, 40, 1925 N. Broadway; accident
DROEGE, Rome, 37, 4288 Farlin; accident
WINDLIAUSEN, Henry, 75, 1011 Emmett; debility
BLUM, Joseph, 38 216 Marian; bronchitis
HARNALD, Anne, 7, 1706 S. 7th; pneumonia
MAYER, Ursula, 70, 1787 Missouri; stomach trouble
KINCKMEYER, 42, 1314 Clinton; arteritis
NELSON, John, 49, poorhouse; nephritis
SMITH, Joe, 32, poorhouse, pneumonia
BAILY, Baby, 1 day, 4228 Fair; premature
MEYER, Clarence, 2, 2105 Fair; dphtheria
BRUNSMANN, Katherine, 31, 3135 Gano; uremia
RUSS, John, 17 days, 1236 N. 10th; debility
FRANEL, Addie, 21, 918 N. 19th; operation
HOGAN, Maggie, insane asylum, senility
DUNFORD, Charles Simon, 76, 39__ Dickson; heart disease
EICHHELMER, Peter C., 62, 2007 Menard; bronchitis
MARCH 26, 1903, Page 7
BOSSE – Entered into rest on Wednesday, March 25, at 12:05 o’clock a.m., Gottfried BOSSE, beloved Husband of Annie BOSSE (nee HAGEN), and dear father of Edward and John Edward BOSSE, Mrs. Tillie RENNE, Mrs. Annie DAUGHERTY, after a lingering illness, at the age of 77 years. The funeral will take place on Friday, March 27, at 2 o’clock, p.m., from family residence, 2415 Belleglade Avenue, to the St. Peter’s Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
GLENVILLE – On Wednesday, March 25, 1903, A.M. Mary GLENVILLE (nee O’CONNELL), beloved Wife of John GLENVILLE and mother of George and Mary Smith (nee GLENVILLE), and Nellie GLENVILLE. Funeral will take place Friday, March 27, 1903, at 1:30p.m., from residence of her son-in-law, Joseph SMITH, 2611 Arlington Ave., to St. Edward’s Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited
GODFREY – On Wednesday, March 25, at 3a.m., Catherine GODFREY (nee KRAFT), beloved wife of William E. GODFREY and mother of Willie, David and Edward GODFREY and daughter of Fred KRAFT, sister of John Frank, Henry, Mary and Auguste, aged 31 years, 5 months, 9 days. Funeral from family residence, 8039 N. Broadway on Friday, March 27, 1903, at 9a.m., to Mount Carmel Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
HALL – Barbara HALL (nee FORSTER), on Wednesday, March 25, at 8:30a.m., after a lingering illness, at The age of 57 years, 6 months and 11 days, beloved mother of Peter J. HALL and Emma GEISLER (nee SCHALL). Funeral will take place from the residence of her son, Peter J. HALL, 1940 N. 11th St., to St. Joseph’s Church, thence To SS. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery.
ISRAEL – Entered into rest on Tuesday, March 24, 1903, at 2p.m., Joseph A. ISRAEL, beloved husband of Rebecca ISRAEL. Funeral Friday at 2p.m., from family residence, 2822 N. 14th St., thence to Bethania Cemetery. Funeral private. Omit flowers.
MARCH 7, 1905, Page 12
HALL – On Tuesday, March 7, 1905, at 3:30a.m., Marguerite Helen HALL, beloved daughter of Thomas J. HALL and Mary HALL (nee FOGERTY) and niece of Patrick, James and William FOGERTY and Mrs. Marguerite MCCORMICK. Funeral will take place on Wednesday at 1:30p.m., from family residence, 2548 Benton St., to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
HAMILTON – Entered into rest on Monday, March 6, 1905, at 10:30 o’clock p.m., Nellie E. HAMILTON (nee HATHWAY), beloved wife of T.A. HAMILTON and daughter of Mr. And Mrs. J.I. and B.I. HATHWAY and sister of Alice E. WALKER (nee HATHWAY), and Christopher, John, Maudie, Harry and Joseph HATHWAY and sister-in-law of Arthur VEIDT. Funeral will take place from the family residence, 2800 Stoddard St., on Thursday, March 9, at 2 o’clock p.m., To St. Peter’s Cemetery. Friends are respectfully invited.
HENRY – On Monday, March 6, 1905, at 12:15a.m., Alice HENRY, beloved daughter of Johanna HENRY And sister of Lulu, Emma, Alex and Reno HENRY, aged 29 years and 2 months. Funeral from family residence 3935 McNair Avenue, Wednesday, March 8, at 1:30p.m. Interment in St. Mark’s Cemetery.
HINES – March 6th at 8:50p.m., John HINES, aged 65 years, beloved husband of Ellen HINES, at residence, 3_08 Clark Avenue. Due notice of funeral will be given.
JACOBS – John J. JACOBS, at Quarantine on Monday, March 6, 1905, at 6 o’clock a.m., beloved husband of Annie JACOBS (nee EGER), 19_9 Blair Avenue, beloved son of Wilhelmina JACOBS, brother of William, Joseph, Emma and Theresa.
KNOX – At Blandford, Mass, March 5, 1905, Hon. Samuel KNOX in his __ year.
FEBRUARY 18, 1907, Page 12
William M. WILSON, 920 Elliot Ave.
Ophelia PETIT, 2746 Lucas Ave.
Arthur G. BUFORD, 123 Cedar St.
Mrs. Lucy MOORE, 123 Cedar St.
Emil WALCHER, 1520 Menard St.
Emma EISLER, 1036 Carroll St.
Clarence E. MOORE, Greenville, IL
Sarah A. TIBBS, Mulberry Grove, IL
Josef POHR, 219 Lesperance St.
Kati KUNZELMANN, 219 Lesperance St.
Morton HAWKINS, Jr., East St. Louis, IL
Hattie SMITH, 2654 Morgan St.
Thomas STINSON, 1509 Morgan St.
Annie WOODFORK, 1309 Morgan St.
CALLAHAN, Kate, 4, 509 Rutger; pneumonia
ALING?, Mary, 27, 4009 Cozzelle;
BAKER, Mary, 21, 3740 Warne; diabetes
MARTIN, Kate, 86, 8800 Arsenal; senility
WONDARF, John, 62, 112 Elm; pneumonia
HALL, Annie, 104, 1219 Poplar; pneumonia
SMITH, Helen, 4, 2912 Lawton; diphtheria
FRY, Eugene, 57, City hospital; senility
YOUNG, Mary, 82, 3801 Cates; nephritis
PETER, Anna, 4, 2912 Lawton; diphtheria
KENNEY, John, 68, 4227 Finney; bronchitis
DONOVAN, Nick, 87, 3800 Arsenal; senility
FAY, Mary, 37, 2673 Scott; pneumonia
FEBRUARY 26, 1907, Page 15
MAY, W.J., 76, 1211 Hickory; pneumonia
BELL, Clara, 4, 2630 Papin; accident
LOGAN, Root, 43, City hospital; cancer
MOSLEY, E., 49, St. Louis;
SMITH, Clara, 1105 Franklin; apoplexy
LARG, George, 43, 2893 Elliot; uramia
SMITH, Edw., 43, 2893 Elliot; accident
BOOKER, Lucy, 8307 Polk; pneumonia
YOUNG, Mita, 29, St. Louis, hemorrhage
HALL, George, 38, 3629 Vista; phthisis
BURRELL, M., 12, 2709 Eugenia; phthisis
STUCKEL, Theresa, 26, 4230 Folsom; phthisis
ZEBB, Minerva, 31, 2604 Gamble; carcinoma
ROBERTS, Harry, 50, 835 Brooklyn; nephritis
ROEBL, Ella S., 25, 3108 Price; hemorrhage
FARNAM, Jacob F., 65, 2302 Wash; paralyete
COSTA, John R., 42, 2717 Walnut; myocarditis
MOHRHAUS, Henry, 23, 2001 Blair; pneumonia
GALE, Edward L., 63, 4057 Lucky; embolism
GUDE, Herman, 54, 914 Wyoming; pneumonia
BERGEN, Bridget, 60, 1302 N. Grand; carcinoma
SMITH, Elizabeth, 68, Baptist Sanitarium;
CONNELLY, Matthew, 45, 611 Market; alcoholism
FINGERLIN, Louis F., 32, 1007 Chestnut; homicide
RAGSDALE, Lucy B., 14, 2817 La Salle; suicide
PACKARD, Elisabeth, 62, 1121 Hebert;
KNEIPER, Minnie, 38, 2918 Dixon; Bright’s disease
HEIGH, Timothy, 48, East St. Louis; tuburculosis
George MOORE, Birmingham, MO
Ambie M. MALONE, Carrollton, MO
BIRTHS (copy not good)
GRISE, 1909 E. Warne; boy
SAWYER, 2917 Bremen; boy
HOPMAN, city; boy
BREHER, 2828 Salena; boy
MUNSON, 701 Russell; boy
WlNKLER, city; boy
H. and T. WALSHER, 142_ Bremen; boy
N. and W. WAVHIRE, 1010 N. 6th; boy
J. and J. BACHECK, 1238 ___; boy
W. and A. DOVAN, 1077 S. Taylor; boy
W. and I. FELAN, 1235 S. __; boy
G. and M. ATKIN, 1438 S. 4th; boy
W. and C. DECRICK, _602 Taylor; boy
DECEMBER 11, 1908, Page 18
HUTZ, Henry J., 53, 8620 N. Broadway; cirrhosis
OSTERDAG, Crescentig, 72, 1311 Market; pneumonia
JANKE, Julia, 59, 1432 Mallinckrodt; accident
CHAPMAN, Conney, 77, 3150 Easton; carcinoma
MCALLISTER, Alexander J., 38, 3928 St. Ferdinand; phthisis
ZITZMANN, Lizzie, 27, Pacific, MO; peritonitis
SPELLINGS, Lucian L., 35, Hollow Rock, TN; hepatits
MENSE, Francis, 34, 2608 N. 11th; phthisis
DEUTMAN, Richard, 62, 7027 Michigan; hemorrhage
WILLIAMS, John F., 65, 7324 Alabama; cirrhosis
VOGELGESANG, Wm., 61, 621 Soulard; heart disease
PRUYN, Winfield, 56, 3871 Manchester; nephritis
CALLAHAN, Michael, 43, 2614 Montgomery; alcoholism
GILBERT, Alonzo, 62, 112 N. 14th; nephritis
KNIGHT, Geo. H., 52, 5858 Julian; heart disease
REMBERT, Wm., 22,. 3526A Bernard; tuberculosis
SCHAEFER, Susana, 36, 2510 Warren; peritonitis
SMITH, Hyman M., 82, 430 Wilmington Rd; myocarddditl.
WARNER, Alfred C., 27, 5621 Michigan; pneumonia
BOHRMANN, Lottie, 39, 2308 Athlone; apoplexy
WAGNER, John N., 40, 920 Russell; shock
JOHNSON, Armond A., 52, 306 Miller; suicide
HERRING, Bessie, 42, 4930 O’Dell; malarial fever
BARBER, Gwendolin, 82, 510 N. Spring; gastritis
John S. HASSETT, 4242A Farlin
Ethel WOLFE, Chamois, MO
Edward J. MOSER, East St. Louis, IL
Mary GROGAN, East St. Louis, IL
Adolph B. DUNKEL, 830 S. 6th
Elizabeth BUERKE, 738 S. Broadway
Martin B. SCHAUMBURG, Booneville, MO
Kathryn T. SCHAUMBURG, 2216 Victor
MARCH 23, 1911, Page 20
ZITZMANN – Entered into rest on Wednesday, March 22, 1911, at 11:56a.m., Barbara ZITZMANN (nee HEILMANN), beloved wife of Frank ZITZMANN, dear mother of Mary HALL (nee ZITZMANN), John, Frank, Joseph and Anne ZITZMANN, dear mother-in-law of Peter J. HALL, and dear sister of Anna SCHMIDT (nee HEILMANN) and Rosina LINDNER, and our dear grandmother, at the age of 52 years and 6 months.
Funeral from family residence, 1401 Blair Ave, on Saturday, March 25, at 8:30a.m., to SS. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Pueblo (Colo.) and New Ulm (Minn.) papers please copy.
ZWARTS – On Wednesday, March 22, 1911, at 11:15p.m., after a short illness, Clementine B. ZWARTS (nee HENKEL), widow of Dr. John H. ZWARTS, and our dear mother, mother-in-law And grandmother, at the age of 70 years. Due notice of funeral from residence, 920 Lami Street, will be given later.
MARCH 24, 1911, Page 20
J. and R. JANITCH, 4031 N. Broadway; girl
D. and V. MONTELEOHE, 1118 N. 9th; girl
P. and M. BUZZETTA, 925 N. 8th, girl
J. and A. STOLL, 2409 n. 22nd; girl
H. and M. BRINKMEYER, 2229A Clarence; girl
C. and I. HAHN, 3239 Liberty; girl
F. and M. WEIR, 1471 Burd; girl
J. and P. DEYOUNG, 2042 Adelaide; girl
SPRECKILMEYER, G.A., 54, 3634 California; pneumonia
STEINMEIER, Elizabeth, 72, 1911 Dodler; heart disease
CRABB, John C., 56, 3814 Labadie; bronchitis
DIRKESS, Irma F., 9, 2213 Indiana; scarlet fever
GILLESPIE, Mary A., 72, 5231 Minerva; menengitis
WALTER, I.J., 22, 1412 Bremen; tuberculosis
FORBES, Chas. W., 13, St. John’s Hospital; accident
SHELTON, Cath E., 2, 4148A Finney; pneumonia
KLEIN, Susanna, 66, 1600 S. 3rd; carcinoma
JACOBS, John, 57, 4717 McMillen; carcinoma
MERTEN, Lillie, 28, 2386 Warren; tuberculosis
MAUNE, F.W., 52, 1901 S. Broadway; pneumonia
BENDER, Louis, 30, 4969 Blow; tuberculosis
LAKER, Gerhard, 51, 1233 N. 13th; nephritis
HEIDEMANN, 38, 4027 Blair; tremens
HEMMEN, Wm., 78, 3842 McDonald; apoplexy
CARROLL, J.W., 55, 2311 Eugenia; tuberculosis
STAM?, Hanna, 16, 1306 Merchant; phthisis
BIGGS, Jessie, 35, 2227 Hickory; phthisis
WEISLUMENSTER, Kath., 80, 4523A Ashland; apoplexy
ZITZMANN, Barbara, 52, 1401 Blair; hemorrhage
SCHEETS, Iron H., 49, 1029 Howard; pneumonia
FEBRUARY 10, 1882, Page 5
CROW-On February 9, 1882, Mary CROW, in the 24th year of her age. Funeral will take place from the residence of her aunt, Mrs. John KEEFE, 905 North Fifteenth Street, to St. Xavier's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
FORRESTER-At his residence, 2820 Bernard Street, Wm. FORRESTER, aged 73 years. Due notice of the funeral will be given.
KUHN-On Thursday, February 9, at 4 a.m., Mrs. Emma J. KUHN, nee STANGOSKY, after a lingering illness. Funeral will take place Saturday, February 11, at 2 p.m., from residence, northeast corner of Tenth and Shenandoah Streets.
LYON-Suddenly, Thursday evening, February 9, Eddie, eldest son of Edwin T. and the late Josephine LYON, aged 13 years, 6 months and 1 day. The funeral will take place from his parent's residence, No. 4346 North Twelfth Street, tomorrow (Saturday) at 3 o'clock.
RECKLEIN-Frederick RECKLEIN, on Thursday, February 9, at San Antonio, Tex, after a lingering illness. Due notice of funeral will be given.
APRIL 11, 1891, Page 5
FORSBERG-On Thursday, April 9, Carl G. Forsberg, aged 24 years and 27 days. Funeral to take place Sunday at 1 p.m. from his late residence, 4421 Hunt Avenue, or at 2 p.m. at Swedish Church, Leffingwell Avenue and Bernard Street, thence to St. Peter's Cemetery. Friends are invited.
FORSTER-On Friday, April 10, at 3 o'clock p.m., Margaret, beloved wife of Marquard FORSTER, aged 56 years and 4 months. Funeral will take place Sunday, April 12, at 2 p.m. from residence 2803 Dickson Street.
FREUND-On Thursday, April 9, Anna FREUND, widow of Morris FREUND, and mother of Leopoid, Simon and Fred S. FREUND, aged 62 years. Funeral from residence, 919 Soulard Street, Sunday, 12th inst., at 1:30 p.m.
HACKMAN-On Thursday, April 9, at 9:45a.m., John F., beloved husband of Elizabeth HACKMAN. Funeral at 1 o'clock p.m. Sunday, April 12, from family residence, 1833 Hickory Street, to St. Mary's Church, thence to Peter and Paul Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
KEALIHER-William KEALIHER, April 10, at 1 p.m., aged 50 years. Funeral Sunday at 2 o'clock p.m., from the residence of his sister-in-law, Mrs. JOHNSON, 522 Argyle Avenue. Friends are invited to attend.
KELLY-On Wednesday, April 8, at 7:40 p.m., John, beloved husband of Margaret KELLY and father of Thomas, John, Mary and Maggie KELLY, after a lingering illness, aged 53 years and 4 months. Funeral will take place from family residence, 220 South Second Street, Sunday, April 12, to the Cathedral Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Deceased was a member of Emerald Council, No. 10, K. of F. M.
KITTENREINER-April 11, at 12:25 a.m., after a lingering illness, Bridget, beloved wife of John C. KITTENREINER, at the age of 53 years, 2 months and 5 days. Funeral will take place Sunday, April 12, at 2 p.m., from late residence, 3231 Kittenreiner Avenue, to St. Kevin's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends of the family invited to attend.
LEIDNER-Saturday morning at 3 o'clock, after a long and painful illness, Henry, beloved husband of Elizabeth LEIDNER (nee SCHAEFER), aged 60 years. Funeral from family residence, 1418 Benton Street, Tuesday, at 2 p.m., to Bellefontaine Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
FEBRUARY 27, 1892, Page 2
Edward BOCK, 1 yr., 1315 Hogan St.; condition of brain
Mary MULLIN, 92 yrs., 1847 Menard St.; senile debility
Mary GRUPP, 35 yrs., 1243 S. 7th St.; exhaustion
Robert HIRT, 54 yrs., Alexian Brothers' Hospital; heart disease
J.H. GIESELHAM, 49 yrs., City Hospital; chronic alcoholism
Katie DIEHL, 37 yrs., 3905 Cote Brilliante Av.; cerebral embolism
Wm. BORIE, 58 yrs, 904 Franklin Av.; stricture of pylorus
Patrick DONELLY, 45 yrs., 1536 Papin St.; cancer of stomach
George WEATHERMANN, 33 yrs., 2305 Dodler St.; strangulated by hanging, suicide
Florence G. SHELTON, 4 yrs., 2901 Dayton St.; chronic diarrhea
Thomas O'RIELLEY, 7 yrs, 1507 Papin St.; diphtheria
Ruth MCGINNES, 3 yrs., 2118 Eugenia St.; scarlet fever
Michael BERGEN, 34 yrs., 1307 Walnut St.; fracture of skull
George HALL, 6 months, 5858 Gates Av.; diphtheria
BOCK-On the 25th inst., at 9 p.m., Edward, beloved baby of John and Ellen BOCK, nee LAVELLE, aged 22 months. Funeral from the family residence, 1315 Hogan Street, Sunday, 28th inst., at 2 p.m. to Calvary Cemetery. Friends of the family invited to attend.
CHIPLEY-On Feb. 27, 1892, Mrs. Sidney A. CHIPLEY, in the 84th year of her age. Funeral from residence, No. 2837 Thomas Street, at 2 p.m. Sunday, the 28th. Interment private.
CROWLEY-Friday, Feb. 26, 1892, at 4:50 p.m., Mrs. Margaret CROWLEY, beloved mother of Charles and Cornelius CROWLEY, aged 71 years, 1 month and 25 days. Funeral from her son's residence, Charles A. CROWLEY, 1701 Bacon Street, Sunday, Feb. 28, at 1:30 p.m. to St. Teresa's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
DAUSMAN-At his residence, Olivette, St. Louis County, Feb. 24, 1892, Henry DAUSMAN, aged 69 years. Funeral at his residence Sunday, Feb. 28, at 10 o'clock a.m., to Bellefontaine. Carriages leave Smithers & Wagoner's, No. 1127 Olive Street, at 8 o'clock. St. Louis, Kansas City & Colorado Railroad train leaves Union Depot at 9:20 a.m. Friends invited. Please omit flowers.
DONNALLY-Friday, Feb. 26, 1892, Patrick DONNALLY, age 45 years, brother of the late Mary DONNALLY and uncle of Minnie and Kate CULLEN. Funeral will take place at 2 o'clock p.m., Sunday, Feb. 28, from the undertaking rooms of Patrick MONAHAN, 928 North Seventh Street, to St. Patrick's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
Remand IPSER, 812 N. 2d St., Sophia JAKEL, 812 N. 2d St.
Joseph WANDERLICH, 1051 Allen Av., Ellse BOMBAKE, 913 Cass Av.
Hy WEFFELMEYAR, 3913 Vest Av., Laura WIPPERMAN, 3419 Kline St.
Fred KLEINSENTH, 2612 Morgan St., Anna SCHNEIDER, 2616 Franklin Av.
Andrew T. BOONE, 1125 Washington Av., Ida NUELLIE, 1125 Washington Av.
"AN IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION"
The organization Formed by the Residents of the Eleventh Ward
A mass meeting of South End citizens was held last evening at St. Anthony's School Hall, Compton Avenue and Meramec Street, and the Eleventh Ward Improvement Association organized. Mr. Leo LAGER made the opening address. Dr. L.F. HAYDEL was elected Chairman and Martin A. RUST, Secretary. Messrs. F.W. MOTT, Maj. M.J. MURPHY, Street Commissioner, recommended the formation of an improvement company, because the Board of Public Improvements prefers to deal with an organization. On motion the chair appointed Frank TOMBRIDGE, Bernard RUTTER and John R. ROLFES a committee of three to select a permanent committee of nine. The permanent committee reported were Phil BARDENHAIER, G.C. MCDONALD, and
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FEBRUARY 15, 1888, Page 7
Jacob ECKERT, 72 yrs., 1714 South Twelfth St.; marasmus
Henry T. MASSENGALE, 53 yrs., 215 North Ewing Av.; typhoid fever
Hugo GRIESIDIECK, 10 yrs., 1505 Lami St.; diphtheria
Walter GRIESIDIECK, 3 yrs., 1505 Lami St.; diphtheria
Alfred E. MARKS, 3 1/2 yrs., 4137 Evans Av.; pneumonia
Mina FINGER(?), 11 months, 1505 South Tenth St.; meningitis
Anna Elizabeth REDING, 54 yrs., 1817 John St.; gastro-enteritis
Maria M. MUELLER, 67 yrs., Home of the Friendless; chronic gastritis
Adelia Augusta REHAAR, 6 days, 5914 South Broadway; convulsions
John PLEITZ, 8 months, 228 West Courtoius St.; pneumonia
Cora IRWIN, 22 yrs, 2015 Minnesota Av.; peritonitis
Margaret MCDONOUGH, 3 months, 8628 Clark Av.; bronchitis
Joseph KELLY, 17 yrs., 220 South Second St.; pneumonia
Adolph Diederich WILKE, 64 yrs., 1113 North Market St.; pneumonia
Edward KEEFF, 26 yrs, St. John's Hospital; consumption
William CAHILL, 8 yrs., 4912 McKissock St.; pneumonia
Ollva GOWARD, 62 yrs., Laclede Hotel; erysipelas
Caroline DEITS, 53 yrs., 2007 North Broadway; odema of lungs
Margaret T. HALL, 87 yrs., 1129 Vandeventer Av.; carcinoma
Hugh K. WAGNER, 83 yrs., 2868 South Thirteenth St.; senile debility
Samuel R. TAYLOR, 35 yrs., Bartmer Place; valvular disease of heart
William WIESE, 40 yrs., 1216 1/2 North Twelfth St.; congestion of lungs
Jacob HEUSSLER, 79 yrs., 2236 Wash St.; senila debility
Lamberth LOHRUM, 1 month, 159 Sidney St.; hydrocephalus
Maria NICHOLS, 80 yrs., 2315 Market St.; intussuseception
Charlotte MCDONALD, 84 yrs., 1558 Gratiot St.; old age
James HOLMES, 81 yrs., 1623 Biddle St.; consumption
Henry DONAN, 2 months, 1703 North Main St.; convulsions
Anna Elizabeth JERNER, 74 yrs., 825 Morgan St.; rheumatism
Dennis MAHER, 61 yrs., Poor-house; general debility
George F. WALWELL, 18 yrs., 1016 North Sixth St.; oedema of lungs
Elizabeth JUENGEL, 83 yrs., 1514 South Eleventh St.; bronchitis
William ROBINSON, 25 yrs, City Hospital; consumption
Mary POLLOCK, 64 yrs., 524 South Ewing Av.; senila debility
Thomas, son of H.F. and Sarah WIELLE, February 13; Twenty-ninth and Walnut Streets.
Frank, son of John and Rosa WONSOWITZ, February 5; 1406 North Thirteenth Street
Charlotte, daughter of Alwin and Paula SABR, February 1; 2312 South Twelfth Street
Richard, son of Richard and Jane WHITE, February 18, 4250 North Broadway
Francis J., son of Thomas M. and Mary RYAN, January 29; 3621 Cozen Street
Frederick, son of Michael and Marie WOUNDERLICHT, February 8; 4275 Natural Bridge Road
James B. DOWLING left last Sunday night for Memphis to attend the Mardi Gras festivities.
Mr. F.D. MACBETH will be in the city this week to attend the entertainment to be given by Eureka Lodge tomorrow evening.
Miss Hattie WEBER of 1012 Autumn Street gave a valentine party last evening in compiment to Mrs. F.C. DALE, nee Etta STLERLIN, formerly of St. Louis, but now of California. The hostess was assisted by her cousin, Miss H. VON KLESSENVETTER.
Henrietta HILL, an insane patient at the County Farm, died last night. She came from Lebanon.
Robert H. THOMPSON of Marissa and Henry BROWN of Belleville, have been original pensions.
Paul HUSTER, a young man 20 years of age, secured employment at Shipman's Keg Factory yesterday and had been working about ten minutes when he had two of his fingers cut off by a buzz saw.
Dr. J.A. SCHMITT while driving along Main Street last night, collided with a farm wagon and was thrown out, landing under the horses' feet. He was badly bruised but sustained no serious injuries.
Mr. Amos STITES of Ridge Prairie and five of his children are down with pneumonia. His trouble is further augmented by the fact that his wife gave birth to a baby yesterday and that both are in critical condition.
Only have the bottom part of this, so not sure what the heading is.
John MURPHY was arrested by the police of the Second District today and charged with having stolen $11 from John LANE in a saloon at Broadway and Wash Street last night.
James YOUNG, indicted for assault to kill, pleased guilty in the Criminal Court today to assaults to do bodily harm, and was sentenced to four months in the work house.
President ORTHWEIN of the Merchants' Exchange today appointed Alex. H. SMITH, John H., Tracy and John P. SMITH as a committee to prepare resolutions on the death of Maj. H.T. MASSENGALE.
Alexander NOWACK, a German 20 years of age, was brought to the Union Depot this morning on an Iron Mountain train. His right leg was injured by a rail falling on it while NOWACK was at work as a railroad laborer six miles from Mill Spring on the Iron Mountain road. As he was without money, the people of that section pursued their usual course and sent him to St. Louis for treatment. NOWACK was taken to the City Dispensary.
FEBRUARY 25, 1887, Page 5
BENTZ-February 25, at 2:30a.m., William BENTZ, aged 77 years. Funeral at 1236 N. Leffingwell Avenue, Saturday, February 26, at 2:30p.m. to Bellefontaine Cemetery
HOLLAND-At 3 o'clock Friday, the 25th inst., Grace, infant daughter of George H. and Nora WILCOXSON HOLLAND. Interment private.
MORRISON-On February 24, at 1612 Brooklyn Street, the residence of her brother, Alex MCKINNON, Mrs. Flora MORRISON, a native of Rothesay, Scotland. Funeral Saturday, 26th, at 10a.m.
APRIL 22, 1882, Page 5
ALLEN-Suddenly, at Summit, New Jersey, Fannie RAMSEY, wife of John P. ALLEN and daughter of the late John RAMSEY, of this city.
BRANCONIER-On Thursday, April 20, at 1:45 o'clock P.M., David BRANCONIER, aged 63(8) years. Funeral from family residence, Clark Avenue, on Sunday, the 23d inst., at 2 o'clock p.m., to St. Malachy's Church; thence to Calvary Cemetery.
HALL-April 20, at City Hospital, John HALL, aged 70 years. His remains will be taken to his home, Ridge Prairie, Ill., for interment.
MILLSPAUGH-On Friday, April 20, 1882, at 6 o'clock a.m., Jeremiah MILLSPAUGH, aged _6 years. The funeral will take place Sunday, the 23d inst., at 1:30 o'clock p.m., from family residence, St. Charles Rock Road, between Belle Glade and Goode Avenues, to Bellefontaine Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend. Carriages will leave Cullen & Kelly's stables promptly at 1 o'clock.
FEBRUARY 1, 1882, Page 5
ROBINSON- January 31, at 10 o'clock a.m., Lina PRATT, wife of Dr. P. Gervals ROBINSON. The funeral will take place on Thursday morning, February 2, at 10 o'clock, from St. Alphonsus' (Rock Church), thence to Calvary. Friends are invited to attend.
ZISEMANN-This morning at half past 6 o'clock after a lingering illness, Mr. John F. ZISEMANN. The funeral will take place from the family residence, 1015 Dillon Street, to Bellefontaine Cemetery, tomorrow, Thursday, at 2p.m. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Part of an ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
No. 14.203 of Estate
Public Administrator's Notice of Letters - In re estate of Francis J. FIDLAR SMITH, deceased. - Notice is hereby given that I have taken charge of the estate of Francis J. FIDLAR SMITH, deceased, and that I did so on the 26th day of January, 1882, for the purpose of administering on the same.
All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the undersigned for allowance within one year after the date of said letter, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate, and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of this publication, they will be
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DECEMBER 7, 1883, Page 5
RITCHIE-December 6, Henriette, beloved wife of Wm. RITCHIE, daughter of Chas. MESNIER, Esq. Funeral from the residence of E. Maritz, No. 3222 Rutger Street, Saturday, December 8, at 2p.m. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
TRORLICHT-Thursday, December 6, at 12 o'clock, Eugene CASPAR, beloved son of J.H. and Clementine TRURLICHT, aged 7 years. Funeral from residence, 2909 Lafayette Avenue, on Saturday, December 8, at 1 o'clock. Friends of family invited to attend.
HALL-At the residence of his brother-in-law, John C. ORRICK, 25 Vandeventer Place, at 11 o'clock a.m., December 6, George D. HALL, in the 33d year of his age. The funeral will take place on Sunday, December 9, at 2 o'clock p.m.
MURPHY-On Friday, December 7, at 7 a.m., Mrs. Bridget MURPHY, mother of Jeremiah JAMES and William MURPHY, aged 76 years. Due notice of the funeral will be given.
MANN-Caroline MANN, beloved mother of Adolph and Rosie MANN, died after a brief illness, this morning, at the age of 41 years. Funeral on Saturday, at 2 p.m., from our family residence, corner Chouteau Avenue and New Manchester Road. Friends are cordially invited to attend.
ARRESTED ON A BENCH WARRANT
Dr. John L. FITZPORTER was arrested yesterday afternoon by Officer HENLEY and taken to the Four Courts. FITZPORTER was arrested once before on a charge of manslaughter in the fourth degree, but owing to the absence of Della MAYS, the chief witness, the indictment was quashed. Delia MAYS has been found in Las Vegas, N.M., and will be brought on to St. Louis. This will cause a revival of the old charge against FITZPORTER. The cause of his arrest yesterday was a charge of malpractice. Bond in the sum of $2,000 was given and the Doctor released.
Volume 13, Page 238
Marriages, State of Missouri, County of St. Louis
This is to certify that on the 24th day of November AD 1867, I united in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony by virtue of authority in me vested, Mr. Wilhelm BERKENKAMP and Miss Wilhelmina Charlotta VEMMER.
Rev. T.M. KOPF
Filed & recorded Feb. 19, 1868. Julius CONRAD, Recorder
This is to certify that Rev. J.G. UHLAND united in matrimony on the 28th day of Jan. 1866, Franz GRIESER and Christina METZNER.
Thos. BURKE St. Vints Ch., St. Louis, MO
Filed & recorded Feb. 22, 1868. Julius CONRAD, Recorder
This is to certify that Rev. J.H. KOOP united in matrimony Feb. 1st, 1866 Antony NESTOR and Agnes DEMPSEY.
Thos. BURKE St. Vints Ch., St. Louis, MO
Filed & recorded Feb. 22, 1868. Julius CONRAD, Recorder
This is to certify that Rev. J.G. UHLAND united in matrimony on the 23rd of January 1866, John HALL and Barbara FOERSTER.
Thos. BURKE St. Vints Ch., St. Louis, MO
Filed & recorded Feb. 22, 1868. Julius CONRAD, Recorder
This is to certify that Rev. J.G. UHLAND united in matrimony on the 21st of Nov., 1865, Francis DEBUCK and Colletta VANDEN HIMEL.
Thos. BURKE St. Vints Ch., St. Louis, MO
July 25, 1891
Francis WILSON, 1 year, 1123 N. 13th St.; teething
William ARNOLD, 2 years, 4041 California Ave.; cerebro spinal meningitis
Ethel Ellen RICHARDS, 7 months, 3330 Caroline St.; antero-colitis
Margaret KENNEDY, 7 months, 1127 N. 24th St.; whooping cough
Benjamin MCGUIRE, 3 years, 1401 N. 13th St.; bronchitis
Jacob SCHADT, 37 years, 4002 N. 25th St.; consumption
Mary RAISEY, 14 years, 1525 Olive St.; consumption
Harry HENRICKS, 1 year, 2828 N. Grand Ave.; congestion of brain
Anna Marie LEIDER, 66 years, 2518 N. Marks St.; chronic sephritis
Edna A. GERBER, 5 years, 2615 N. Jefferson Ave.;
Hilda HILLEMEYER, 1 year, 2126 Stansbury St.; bowel complaint
Nancy FLUKER, 6 months, 4371 Papin St.; marasmus
John BENZ, 1 year, 3526 Bernard St.; measles
Altmann VOGEL, 76 years, Good Samaritin Hospital; peritonitis
James M. THOMPSON, 60 years, 3007 Crittenden Ave.; cirrhosis of liver
John VANELL, 75 years, 2409 Vandeventer Ave.; uremia
Julia CALLAHAN, 80 years, 6907 Old Manchester Rd.; heart failure
Rosina BREMMER, 28 years, 1220 Calhoun St.; typhoid fever
Flora MILLER, 37 years, 405 S. 4th St.; alcoholism
Moses N. HAMMERSCLAY, 905 Autumn St.; marasmus
Ann RIDAUT, 84 years, Poor-house; senile debility
Jennie KOCH, 6 months, 3951 Kosanth Ave.; cholera infantum
John H. FISSE, 60 years, 1738 Mississippi Ave.; congestion of brain
Barbara ANDAL, 47 years, 812 Buchanan St.; phthiats? Pulmonalls?
Kate DOLAN, 19 years, 2009 Franklin Ave.; phthiats? Pulmonalls?
Nannie RICHARDS, 26 years and 5 months, 3424 Louisiana Ave.; consumption
George SPRECHER, 5 months and 3 days, 1429 Buchanan St.; marasmas
Thomas RYAN, 31 years, East St. Louis, IL., gunshot wound, homicide
September 16, 1891
MILLER-BENSON - H.A. MILLER and Emma E. BENSON, in St. Louis, Sept. 15, 1891.
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore papers please copy.
FORSTER - On Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1891, Geo. FORSTER, aged 42 years.
Funeral will take place Thursday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m., from family residence of his father-in-law, Geo. THORHAUER, 1640 Texas Ave., to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
GIESELMANN - At 6 o'clock p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, Betha, youngest daughter of the late John C. and Lena GIESELMANN, aged 11 months and 23 days.
Funeral Thursday, Sept. 17, at 2 o'clock p.m., from family residence, No. 3932 North Twenty-fifth Street. Friends invited to attend.
YULE - James C. YULE, Sept. 15, aged 55 years.
Funeral Thursday, Sept. 17, from family residence, 2031 Walnut Street. Friends invited to attend.
November 4, 1891
REINERT - On Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 1 o'clock a.m., Wm. REINERT, aged 72 years.
Funeral will take place Thursday, Nov. 5 at 2 o'clock p.m., from the family residence, 3424 North Ninth Street. Friends are invited.
ECKERT - On Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 10:45a.m., Philip, beloved husband of Mary Ellen ECKERT, aged 27 years 2 months and 18 days.
Funeral will take place Thursday, Nov. 5, at 3 o'clock, from the residence of his mother, Mrs. Christina ECKERT, at 2719 Sullivan Avenue.
Quincey (Ill.) papers please copy.
HOLL - Nov. 3, 1891, at 1:45a.m., Frank J. HOLL, our beloved son and brother, aged 15 years.
Funeral from the family residence, 1432 St. Ange Avenue, Thursday, Nov. 5, at 1:30p.m.
JOHNSON - Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock, Eliza M. JOHNSON, relict of the late Ashton P. JOHNSON.
Due notice of the funeral will be given.
M'CORMAC - Nov. 4, 5 o'clock a.m., Mary Martha, eldest and beloved daughter of James and Mary FERGUSON MCCORMAC.
Funeral from family residence, 2741 Laclede Avenue, Friday, Nov. 6, 2 o'clock p.m., to St. Malachy's Church, thence to Mt. Olive Cemetery. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Clayton and Argus papers please copy.
June 13, 1892
Wm. G. MITCHELL, Kirkwood, Ill.
Clementine PEARSE, 1842 Division St.
Thomas J. COOK, 2819 Walnut St.
Mamie B. SHANNON, 2914 Laclede Ave.
John STEININGER, 1013 Selby Pl.
Otillie M. FLORETH, 1800 Warren St.
Henry J. BARGELT, 2401 N. 9th St.
May BUCHER, 2419 N. 9th St.
Jessie L. LETCHER, Wabash County, Ill.
Emma HATIN, Wabash County, Ill.
George T. ALLEN, 3518 Lindell Ave.
May P. KILLINGSWORTH, 2615 Pine St.
Frank TOELLE, St. Charles, MO
May BOEDING, 2864 Missouri Ave.
John H. HOLMER, 1601 Menard St.
May A. HESSEL, 1117 Geyer Ave.
Edward TIMLIN, 9 mos., 1222 N. 14th St.; spinal meningitis
Geni STRANY, 2 mos., 817 S. 12th St.; cholera infantum
William F. SCHULTZ, 20 yrs., 1518 Hogan St.; tuberculosis
Clara M. FULS, 5 mos., 2338 Sullivan Ave.; congestion of brain
James CLEAR, 41 yrs., 1219 N. 12th St.; congestion of brain
Mary A. FRAVEL, 69 yrs., 1217 N. 12th St.; senile debility
John H. DISPER, 36 yrs., 1605 Blair Ave.; accidental fracture of skull, street car accident
Johann NEUMANN, 3 mos., 1326 N. 15th St.; diarrhea
Jacob H. HARTMANN, 8 mos., 1325 Shenandoah St.; convulsions
Louisa MIEGER, 8 mos., 2114 Wash St.; convulsions
Alexander BERG, 21 yrs., 2612 S. 7th St.; typhomalaria
Annie SEHAGE, 21 yrs., 1434 N. 11th St.; congestion of brain
Theresa SPARIENTHAL, 46 yrs., 1207 N. 13th St.; typho-malarial fever
Joseph WILHELM, 1 yr., 614 Manchester Rd.; hydrocephalus
Charles HOHL, 10 mos., 1323 Old Manchester Rd.; cerebral meningitis
Jacob BOUCHER, 59 yrs, 7403 S. Broadway; enlargement of liver
William FREDLER, 60 yrs., Alexian Brothers' Hospital; general paralysis
Daniel J. REEDY, 6 mos., 706 S. Ewing Ave.; cerebrospinal meningitis
Robert ANDERSON, 35 yrs., St. Louis Insane Asylum; enteritis
Catherine S. HODGINS, 1 yr., 3028 Madison St.; diphtheria
Frank F. COLBY, 40 yrs., 2320 Pine St.; pneumonia
Tennie THOMAS, 78 yrs., 1711 Mound St.; senile debility
Benjamin MORRIS, 6 yrs., 2209 Farrar St.; hydrocephalus
John W. OPPERMANN, 80 yrs, 2123 Gravois Ave.; apoplexy
Susan PASKEE, 28 yrs., 2633 Ohio Ave.; typho-malarial fever
Albert HOENIG, 14 yrs., 520 St. Anthony St.; organic disease of heart
BARRY - On Sunday morning, at 5 o'clock, Richard F. BARRY, aged 76 years and 10 months.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday, 14th inst., from St. Xavies's Church, at 9 o'clock a.m.
Interment private. Omit flowers.
BROWN - Died Saturday, June 11, at 6:45p.m., James Ayers BROWN, at the residence of his (the rest is cut off of my copy).
I can only read about half of the column so I will just mention the names and general info.
GODDARD, Clara A. and George F. - Divorce
Michael CULLINANE - Judge's Decisions
James HANLEY - Judge's Decisions
John F. NABER - Judge's Decisions
Louis SICHER - Judge's Decisions
Frank WEBER - Judge's Decisions
Christopher and M. ROTHS - Judge's Decisions
Charles P. JOHNSON - Judge's Decisions
Robert A. WARDLOW - Judge's Decisions
Frederick H. AUFDERHEIDE - Judge's Decisions
Charles F. AUFDERHEIDE - Will dispute
A. DUBOIS - Judge's Decisions
August 6, 1895
FOR BUD RAY'S ARREST.
Another Reward Offered for the Capture of the Murderer.
Ozark, MO., Aug. 6 - The County Court of Christian County today offer a reward of $200 for the arrest of the fugitive murderer, Bud RAY, who killed ex-Sheriff CRAIN at Sparta, two weeks ago. Gov. STONE had already offered $200 for Ray's capture and the Odd Fellows at Sparta will give $50 for the apprehension of the homicide. The friends of the deceased are going to increase the reward and Gov. STONE will be asked to double the amount he has offered.
Hanora STEWART, 67 years, 4134 California; heart disease
Julia HUDSON, 84 years, 4060 Fairfax; tumor
Geo. JACKSON, 1 year, 1124 N. 8th; cholera infantum
Ella BROWNING, 1 year, 8609 N. 23rd; convulsions
Etta DOKES, 34 years, 1435 Biddle; consumption
Viola G. GROVINS, 6 years, 1518 Gay; phthisis pulmonalis
Henry Dowdy REED, 2 years, 718 S. 4th; congestion of brain
Wm. FORSTER, 4 years, 3216 S. 9th; diphtheria
Caroline PETERS, 78 years, 2107 N. 13th; senile debility
Lella B. SINGLETON, 22 years, 4346 Cottage; diphtheria
Henry FEBEREND, 46 years, 2813 Park; liver disease
James ATKINSON, 68 years, 8222 Hickory; gastro enteritis
Henry KLAM, 49 years, City Hospital; uraemia
Barbara STROBEL, 35 years, 1209 Emmet; phthisis pulmonalis
Mike O'BRIEN, 40 years, City Hospital; enteritis
Harvey N. GLANCEY, 5225 Page; congestion of lungs
Jennie PERRY, 20 years, Female Hospital; syphilis
James S. PRICE, 31 years, Paris, France; consumption
May 30, 1902
J.J. QUINN, 2200 Randolph St.
Emma ORIST, Hermansville, Mo.
G. and E. COLEMAN, 202 Center, girl
J. and I. FEIDMAN, 1500 ½ St. Louis, boy
J. and O. DOERNHOEFFER, 823 Clark, boy
A. and M. CHRISTIAN, 2700 S. 9th, boy
W. and K. BRESLINE, 3909 Kennerly, girl
W. and K. PERRY, 3208 Vista, girl
D. and M. SULLIVAN, 4114 Lexington, boy
B. and S. MULKY, 2335 Park, boy
O. and S. FRISTILE, 2222 Madison, boy
F. and A. WIEGERS, 1318 Lami, boy
T. and M. ATKIN, 3782 N. 9th, girl
C. and S. FREDERICK, 5365 Easton, girl
John WOODS, 27, 5152 Maple; pneumonia
George TRINKLER, 100, 3508 N. 9th; bronchitis
George HALL, 63, 2635 Iowa; accident
George W. SIMONS, 1 month, 1805 N. Market; convulsions
Lucille M. DARBY, 1 month, 4645 St. Louis; ?
July 8, 1908
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Husband of Carolina GERST (nee HEM) and dear father of John F., Joseph, Leo and Agnes GERST, Anna LAMB (nee GERST), Lillie E. JANDSEN (nee GERST) and our beloved grandfather.
Funeral from the family residence, 706 Cass Avenue, on Thursday, July 9, at 8:30a.m. to St. Joseph's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends and relatives invited to attend. Please emit flowers.
GLYNN - On Wednesday, July 8, 1908, at 5a.m., John, youngest child of John and Mamie GLYNN (nee MURPHY).
Funeral from family residence, 2322 Cass Avenue, Friday, July 10, at 9 a.m. to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
HALL - Dr. George W. HALL, aged 77 years and 8 months. Services at house, 1209 N. Grand Avenue, July 9, 2:30 p.m.
Interment Carthage, Ill.
HAUSMAN - On Tuesday, July 7, 1908, at 4 p.m., George HAUSMAN, beloved husband of Annie HAUSMAN (nee MILLER), and our dear brother, in his fifty-seventh year.
Funeral will take place on Thursday, July 9, at 2 p.m., from residence, 8712 Manchester Avenue, to Bethany Cemetery. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited.
HEINEMANN - At Elkhart Lake, Wis., Rosa HEINEMANN, wife of the late George HEINEMANN.
Funeral from the Wagoner chapel, 8621 Olive Street, Thursday, July 9, at 8 p.m.
JACQUES - Entered into rest on July 7, 1908, Theophile JACQUES, dearly beloved father of Josephine and Charles JACQUES, at the age of 64 years.
Funeral Thursday, July 9, at 1:30 p.m. from Peetz Bros. Funeral parlors, 1917 South Jefferson avenue, to St. Malachy's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
Detroit (Mich.) papers please copy.
KLEIN - Lavinia KLEIN, beloved wife of Frank KLEIN, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, 1908.
Funeral will take place from family residence, 2851 Norwood Avenue, 10:30 a.m., Thursday, July 9. Interment in Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
MORGAN - Entered into rest on Tuesday, July 7, 1908, at 2:25 a.m., William MORGAN, aged 68 years and 7 months, dearly beloved husband of Mary E. MORGAN (nee HARLOCK), and dear brother of Miss Mattie MORGAN and Mrs. Clara RADFORD and brother-in-law of Mrs. Paul KURTZ, Mrs. G. GEITZ and Edw. HARLOCK.
Funeral will take place on Thursday, July 9, at 2:30 p.m., from residence, 2928 Harper Street, thence to Bellefontaine Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
Deceased was a member of Benton Council, No. 183, R. A., Alpha Council, No. 1, L. of H., and Wildey Lodge, No. 2, I.O.O.F.
April 23, 1909
Frank L. CORNWALL, 2705 N. 22d
Louisa HILLGAMYER, East St. Louis, Ill.
Franz BAUER, 2807 S. 7th
Al__sia LIND, 2707 S. 7th
Taliaferro MILTON, 4346 Morgan
Lucille Forbes WILKINS, Cal.
John WIPPERMANN, Foristell, Mo.
Dina FUERMANN, Wentzville, Mo.
Josep BACH, 814 Lafayette
Ellis GEMMEL, 814 Lafayette
John SCHMIDT, 2260 Shenandoah
Ida TOW, 2240 Shenandoah
William F. VITTINGHOFF, 73, 1701 Wash; epilepsy
Louisa LUBBERKE, 17, 1414 S. 3d; tuberculosis
Joseph SPLINA, 78, 5465A Dresden; heart disease
Abraham SNAPP, 46, 115 Market; cirrhosis
John KLEIMN, 76, 802 Russell; nephritis
Oliva B. PEUGNET, 37, 5084 Raymond; hemorrhage
William H. REDEMEYER, 43, 3429 N. 9th; tuberculosis
Joseph SCHWING, 72, 1417 North Market; mitral insufficiency
Harry R. OWEN, 28, Upper Alton; sarcoma
Yerma SIMONS, 8, 5709 Kennerly; pneumonia
Annie CARVER, 49, 3928 Delmar; uremia
George HALL, 66, 4208C Maffitt; endocarditis
Frederick J. KOCH, 36, 519 N. Leonard; consumption
John J. NOONAN, 39, 1947 Madison; stenosis
Isabel LE FAJVRE, 23, 4316 Delmar; phthisis
Julius S. COHEN, 61, 5184 Kensington; stenosis
Caroline T. JUNGK, 60, 1513 Mississippi; carcinoma
Thomas CAMPBELL, 62, 207 S. 15th; ?
Emil ARNOLD, 38, De Soto, Mo.; peritonitis
Thomas J. BARRY, 40, 2044 Obear?; hemorrhage
Billy HILL, 3, 4049 Shenandoah; scarletina
July 4, 1910
EVANS - Entered into rest on Sunday, July 3, 1910, at 10 a.m., after a lingering illness, Katherine EVANS (nee COURTNEAY), beloved wife of Andrew EVANS, dear mother of Mae E. EVANS, Andrew G. EVANS Jr., Helen EVANS, Alfred EVANS and Frank EVANS, dear sister of Mary MCKENZIE (nee COURTNEAY), Hattie MCDONOUGH (nee COURTNEAY), Helen SCOTT (nee COURTNEAY), aged 39 years.
Funeral will take place Wednesday, July 6, at 1:30 p.m., from the family residence, 3801 Laclede Avenue, to St. Francis Xavier's College Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
Kansas City papers please copy.
FOERSTER - Entered into rest on July 3, 1910, at 6 a.m., Charles A. FOERSTER, beloved son of Charles J. and Carrie FOERSTER, at the age of 3 months and 28 days.
Funeral from family residence, 5227 Virginia Avenue, July 5, at 9 a.m., to St. Mathew's Cemetery.
FUCHS - On Sunday, July 3, 1910, at 4:45 p.m., Meinrad FUCHS, beloved husband of Katherine FUCHS, and our dear father, brother, son-in-law, brother-in-law and uncle, aged 44 years, 4 months and 26 days.
Funeral services Wednesday July 6, at 9:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Church in Bridgetown, Mo. Burial in Florisant Cemetery. Carriages leave Witt Brothers', 811 Hickory Street, at 5:30 a.m. (type?)
HALLIDAY - Entered into rest on Sunday, July 3, 1910, at 3 a.m., Sarah HALLIDAY (nee POWELL), widow of John HALLIDAY, and dear mother of Mrs. Thomas SMITH, Mrs. Joseph SUBACH, Mrs. R. H. PRICKETT, Mrs. B. PRUSS and Arthur HALLIDAY.
Funeral from the residence of her son, 3032 North Twenty-first Street, on Wednesday, July 6, at 8:30 a.m.
KEMPF - On Sunday, July 3, 1910, Marie Louise KEMPF, wife of Lawrence KEMPF, mother of Mrs. J. H. HICKS and Hertha KEMPF, sister of Alfred WENDER.
Funeral on Tuesday, July 5, at 2 p.m. Services private.
KISTNER - Entered into rest on Saturday, July 2, 1910, at 11 a.m., Mrs. Magdalena KISTNER, dearly beloved mother of William, John and Charles KISTNER, and our dear grandmother and great-grandmother, aged 81 years.
Funeral on Tuesday, July 5, at 8 a.m., from the residence of her son, John KISTNER, 2525 Herbert Street, to St. Augustine's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited.
MCNAMARA - Entered into rest on Monday, July 4, 1910, at 1:30 a.m., James F. MCNAMARA, beloved husband of Annie MCNAMARA (nee BYRNE), father of Mamie JAMES … the rest of my copy is cut off.
November 17, 1912
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Dear beloved mother of Elmar, Leland, Eula, Florence MINTNER
Funeral services Sunday, Nov. 17, at 2 p.m., from Stolhoff Bros. Undertaking parlors, 1044 Park Avenue. Remains will be shipped on Monday, at 7:50 a.m., for interment at Kimmswick, Mo., Monday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m.
QUEST - Asleep in Jesus on Friday, Nov. 15, 1912, at 5 a.m., Mary QUEST (nee VOLKMAN), beloved wife of William QUEST, dear mother of Willie QUEST, our beloved sister and sister-in-law, after a short illness, at the age of 40 years, 11 months and 10 days.
Funeral Monday at 1:30 p.m., from family residence, 5325 North Second Street, to St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, thence to New Bethlehem Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
REUTER - Entered into rest on Friday, Nov. 15, 1912, at 9:30 p.m., after a lingering illness, Jacob REUTER, at the age of 81 years and 7 months, dearly beloved husband of Catherine REUTER (nee BRUNER), and dear father of William J. REUTER, Anna DRAVER, Theresa PUHL, Mary HOOGSTRAET, dear father-in-law of Mrs. Elizabeth REUTER and Peter PUHL, grandfather and great-grandfather.
Funeral will take place Monday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 a.m., from residence of William J. REUTER, 3152 Texas Avenue, to St. Francis de Sale's Church, thence to SS Peter and Paul's Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited.
ROOT - Entered into rest on Friday, Nov. 15, 1912, at 5:20 p.m., Eleanor ROOT (nee BENZ), beloved wife of J. A. ROOT, and dear mother of Ida and Charles ROOT, and our dear daughter-in-law, sister and sister-in-law, at the age of 29 years.
Funeral from Gebken Chapel, 2846 Meramec Street, on Monday, Nov. 18, at 8:30 a.m. to St. Anthony's Church, thence to SS Peter and Paul's Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
SCHNEIDER - On Thursday, Nov. 14, 1912, at 8 a.m., Mathias SCHNEIDER, dearly beloved husband of Mary SCHNEIDER (nee NIEMANN_, dear father of Mary MORITZ (nee SCHNEIDER), Henry, Andrew, John, Frederick, Hubert, Frank, Joseph and William SCHNEIDER, our dear father-in-law, brother, brother-in-law and grandfather, after a lingering illness, at the age of 58 years 7 months and 12 days.
The funeral will take place on Monday, Nov. 18, at 8 a.m., from residence, 2150 College Avenue, to Mary of Perpetual Help Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited.
SCHALEK - On Saturday, Nov. 16, 1912, at 2 p.m., Alwina SCHALEK (nee HOLTGREWE), beloved wife of Thomas SCHALEK, dear mother of Ethel and Vera SCHALEK, daughter of Augusta HOLTGREWE, sister of Ida and Emil HOLTGREWE, after a lingering illness, aged 32 years 2 months and 17 days.
Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 2 p.m., from residence, 5062 Easton Avenue, to St. Peter's Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
April 30, 1913
KATZENBERGER - Entered into rest on Tuesday, April 29, 1913, at 9:40 a.m., Elizabeth KATZENBERGER, beloved wife of George KATZENBERGER, dear mother of George, Peter and Edward KATZENBERGER, sister of Mrs. Edward SCHAMBERG, Mrs. Frank BOSLER, Mrs. Edward FABER and Mrs. Edward HARMANN, aged 32 years 3 months and 25 days.
Funeral from family residence, Bobring Avenue, St. Louis County, on Thursday, May 1, at 1:30 p.m., to St. Andrew's Church, thence to SS. Peter and Paul's Cemetery.
KEATING - On Tuesday, April 29, 1913, at 7 a.m., Patrick KEATING, relect of Ellen KEATING (nee DRISCOLL), and beloved father of Nellie and Catherine KEATING.
Funeral will take place from family residence, 3697C Olive Street, on Friday, May 2, at 8:30 a.m., to St. Francis Xavier's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are respectfully invited.
KELLE - Entered into rest Wednesday, April 30, 1913, at 3 a.m., Caroline KELLE (nee HOLLE), beloved wife of Louis C. KELLE, dear mother of Edwin and Elmer KELLE, after a lingering illness at the age of 45 years 6 months and 20 days.
Funeral Friday, May 2, at 1:30 p.m., from family residence, 1610 Knapp Street, to New Bethlehem Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
KIRK - Entered into rest Wednesday, April 30, 1913, at 1:30 a.m., Elanor M. T. KIRK (nee DORAN), beloved wife of Thomas P. KIRK, and our dear mother.
Funeral from residence of John J. KIRK, 4596 Evans Avenue, Friday, May 2, at 8:30 a.m., to Visitation Church. Friends invited.
KOTTKAMP - Entered into rest on Tuesday, April 29, 1913, at 12:30 p.m., Evelyn KOTTKAMP, aged 7 years, dearly beloved daughter of Louis F. and Amanda KOTTKAMP (nee BERGMEIER) and dear sister of Roland E. KOTTKAMP.
Funeral from residence, _____, Friday, May 2, at ____ to Zion's Cemetery.
LAXTON - Entered into rest Tuesday, April 29, 1913, at 6 a.m., William H. LENNON, at Chicago, Ill., beloved husband of Kate LENNON (nee ENGLISH), and son of the late Thomas and Mary LENNON (nee ALLEN), and dear brother of John T., David _ LENNON.
Funeral from residence of his brother, John T. LENNON, 3854 Ferdinand Avenue. Due notice of funeral. Friends respectfully invited to attend.
May 2, 1913
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Joseph SIKELMANN, 53, 3622A Lucky; heart disease
Mary MOORE, 74, 3301 Gravois; heart disease
Hubert H. BUNTING, 3, 1714 S. Broadway; phthisis
Caroline KELLE, 45, 1620 Knapp; pneumonia
Emma HOEGEL, 54, 3373 Delmar; apoplexy
A. J. HALEY, 75, 1228 Blair; pneumonia
B. H. CRAWFORD, _1, ____ Morgan; carcinoma
C. F. J. MCGRATH, 5_, 42__ Shaw; pneumonia
R. W. TANNER, 3_, 3528 Grace; enteritis
L. P. ABEL, 31, 7904 Virginia; pneumonia
M. WALK, 77, 4349A Easton; carcinoma
April 9, 1914
HALL - Suddenly, on Wednesday, April 8, 1914, Helen Margaret HALL.
Funeral at Oakwood, Mo., Sunday, April 12.
JONES - On Wednesday, April 8, 1914, at 7:45 a.m., Richard B. JONES, beloved father of E. F. and Harry H. JONES, and Mrs. Belle BABCOCK (nee JONES) and Mrs. Eva MALLETTE (nee JONES) and our dear uncle and grandfather.
Funeral from Shepard's undertaking parlors, 5921 Easton Avenue, on Saturday, April 11, at 2 p.m. Interment private.
KRALEMAN- Entered into rest at Pittsburg, Pa., on Tuesday, April 7, 1914, at 4:10 p.m., Bessie Marcella KRALEMAN, beloved daughter of Harry H. and Bessie KRALEMAN (nee STRODE).
Funeral from the residence of her grandmother, Mrs. J. U. STRODE, 5367 Cote Brilliante Avenue, on Friday, April 10, at 2 p.m. Interment at Friedens Cemetery.
MEYER - Entered into rest on Tuesday, April 7, 1914, at 5:30 a.m., William MEYER, beloved husband of Pauline MEYER (nee ELCKMEIER), dear father of William, Eugene and Harry MEYER, and our dear son, son-in-law, brother, brother-in-law and uncle, aged 40 years.
Funeral from residence, 1837 Benton Street, Friday, April 10, at 1:30 p.m. Deceased was a member of Carr Lane Council, R. A.; Jefferson Mutual Benefit Association, Olympic T. V. and North St. Louis Business Men's Association and Working Men's Mutual Aid Society.
MUELLER - Entered into rest, suddenly, on Wednesday, April 8, 1914, at 2:15 a.m., Charles MUELLER, beloved husband of the late Christine MUELLER, and our dear father, at the age of 62 years.
Funeral Friday, April 10, at 2 p.m., from Matthew Hermann & Son's chapel.
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July 27, 1914
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Charles A. FUCHS, beloved husband of Josephine FUCHS (nee BERNINGER), and dear father of Alfred and Rudolph FUCHS, and dear father-in-law of Edna FUCHS (nee FALK), and our dear brother, brother-in-law, and uncle, aged 49 years.
Funeral from residence, 6144 Wilson Avenue, Tuesday, July 28, at 7:30a.m. to St. James' Church, thence to Park Lawn Cemetery. Motor. Deceased was a member of Mercantile Camp No. 14, W.O.W., and Machinists' Union No. 41.
GRAFF - Entered into rest on Sunday, July 26, 1914, at 6 p.m., Martin GRAFF, beloved son of Rudolph and Lana GRAFF (nee MEYERS), and our dear brother, after a brief illness, at the age of 7 years.
Funeral Tuesday, July 28, at 2 p.m., from family residence, 2325 East Union Avenue, to Church of the Nativity, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
HALL - On Sunday, July 26, 1914, at 12:05 a.m., after a lingering illness, George H. HALL, beloved husband of Alice HALL (nee PACEY), and dear father of George H. HALL, Jr., in his eighty-second year.
Funeral on Wednesday, July 29, at 2 p.m., from residence of his stepson, Daniel J. PACEY, 2631 N. Sarah, to Bellefontaine Cemetery. Interment private.
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HALLORAN - Entered into rest Saturday, July 25, 1914, at 4:30 p.m., Catherine HALLORAN (nee O'CONNOR), beloved wife of Frank A. HALLORAN and our dear mother.
Funeral will take place from family residence, 1514 North 18th St., on Tuesday, July 28, at 9 a.m., to St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
HUGHES - Entered into rest on Sunday, July 26, 1914, at 7:50 a.m., Patrick HUGHES, beloved husband of Louisa HUGHES (nee LAPELL), dear father of William, Michael, Frank and Louis HUGHES and Mrs. Mary ELSINGER, beloved brother of Mrs. Mary J. COTTER, after a lingering illness.
Funeral on Tuesday, July 28, at 7:30 a.m., from the family residence, 1514 N. 16th St., to St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are respectfully invited.
KOHN - Entered into rest on Sunday, July 26, 1914, at 10 a.m., John C. KOHN, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth KOHN (nee REMBOLD), dear father of Marie and Francis KOHN and of Sister M. FELIX of the St. Joseph's Order, dear brother of Frank, Albert and August KOHN and Mrs. Mary VONWINKEL, after a lingering illness, aged 51 years, 7 months and 22 days.
The funeral will take place on Wednesday, July 29, at 8:30 a.m., from residence, 1805 S. 12th St., to St. Vincent's Church, thence to SS. Peter and Paul's Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Deceased was a member of the Married Men's Sodality of the St. Vincent's Church.
July 29, 1914
J. and A. STEINMEYER, 2714 Parnell, boy
G. and M. HEY, 2000 Kraft, boy
E. and A. HOBBS, 3508 Barrett, boy
H. and C. BETTS, 5833 Minerva, boy
W. and N. HANNON, 561A Skinker, boy
L. and H. SANDERS, 1117 N. 21st, boy
O. and G. HARMON, 1422 N. Garrison, boy
L. and C. KNOST, 926 Kentucky, boy
A. and E. DAVIS, 3324A Halliday, boy
R. and B. SCHANUEL, 4062 Arsenal, boy
C.and L. BONE, 906 S. Vandevenier, boy
I. and A. COMPTON, 5096A Ridge, boy
J. and D. FISCHER, 4527 St. Ferdinand, girl
H. and M. HORTON, 5633 Botanical, girl
J. and C. HEINE, 1627 Dolman, girl
G. and M. TRUELOVE, 2915 Osage, girl
L. and J. HAMAN, 2138 Chouteau, girl
H. and A. MOSTAL, 204 Victor, girl
J. and M. KLOS, 1847 O'Fallon, girl
F. and G. DILORENZO, 1236 N. 8th, girl
P. and S. TOCCO, 932 N. 7th, girl
A. and A. GINLIANO, 2331 Clark, girl
G. and A. ALETO, 1401 N. 10th, girl
S. and N. WEINER, 1122 N. 17th, girl
H. and S. GREMMINGER, 2200 Dodler, girl
S. and M. ROSS, 3323 Pine, girl
G. and W. LORENTZ, 2158 Linton, girl
V. and S. OLDANI, 5340 Northrup, girl
A. and E. CANTONI, 2022 Cooper, girl
B. and A. VASQUEZ, 7204 Miamo Sta., girl
C. and M. SPECHT, 1018 Chouteau, girl
L. and E. WENDEL, 2338 S. 12th, girl
G. and T. MONTIGNE, 5414 Cote Brilliante, girl
A. and A. WERTH, 2611A N. Garrison, girl
J. and C. MCGAHAN, 2813 St. Louis, girl
O. and L. HILKER, 1813 Warren, girl
Abbie L. ANDREWS, 41, 767 Euclid; carcinoma
Patrick HUGHES, 71, 1514 N. 6th, nephritis
C.A. FUCHS, 49, 6144 Wilson, heat
Walter SCHWERDFEGER, 4, 5710 Devonshire, enteritis
J.C. KOHN, 51, 1805 S. 12th, carcinoma
Jacob DORMUT, 3, 1726 Barnard, diphtheria
Margaret NOLTE, 55, 1439 S. 18th, bronchitis
Lucy E. BLAIS, 72, 619 Hickory, apoplexy
Jane G. OLIVER, 53, 4112 Papin, gastritis
Doris E. CASSIDY, 2, 3918 Shenandoah, enteritis
G.H. HALL, 82, 7631 N. Sarah, carcinoma
Cath. CEPICKY, 62, 1209 Allen, heart disease
P.J. STACK, 39, 4028 Cottage, heat
Ann M. MACK, 72, 4135 Finney, cancer
B. KING, 26, 2700 Mills, pneumonia
Lena M. DIETZ, 41, 4121 Pleasant, cancer
March 1, 1919
HASSETT - Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, at 2 a.m., Margaret HASSETT, our dear mother, and grandmother.
Funeral from Stuart funeral parlor, 5525 Easton Avenue, on Monday, March 3, at 8:30 a.m. to St. Edward's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Motor.
HIRSCHFELD - Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, at 12:30 a.m., Henrietta HIRSCHFELD (nee JANNICK), widow of Gustave HIRSCHFELD, and our dear mother, sister, mother-in-law, aunt and grandmother.
Funeral Sunday, March 2, at 2 p.m., from family residence, 3205 Pulaski St., to St. Peter's Cemetery. Motor.
HOGAN - Entered into rest on Saturday, March 1, 1919, at 8 a.m., Mary HOGAN, widow of Edward HOGAN, mother of Mary E. HOGAN, beloved aunt of Mrs. Mary MCDERMOTT, Thomas and Nellie FEEHERTY.
Funeral will take place from the family residence, 3516 N. Newstead Avenue, to Holy Rosary Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Motor. Due notice of time will be given.
HOOD - On Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, at 12:05 a.m., at her residence, 5022 Page Boulevard, M. Hermione HOOD, sister of the late Abner HOOD, cousin of Laura and Louise BRAZEAU.
Funeral at St. Mary's Church, Page Boulevard and Academy Avenue, at 9:30 a.m., Monday, March 3.
MOELLENBROCK - Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, at 9:35 p.m., Margaret MOELLENBROCK (nee ZITZMANN), dearly beloved wife of Theodore MOELLENBROCK, dear mother of John, Margaret, Elizabeth HEINMANN, and Caroline MOELLENBROCK, and our dear sister, sister-in-law, mother-in-law, aunt and grandmother, at the age of 66 years.
Funeral will take place from family residence, 2124 E Street, Granite City, Ill., on Tuesday, March 4, at 9 a.m., to St. Joseph's Church, thence to St. Mark's Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Motor. Deceased was a member of the Married Ladies' Sodality of St. Joseph's Church. Granite City, Ill.
MUELLER - Entered into rest on Thursday, Feb. 27, 1919, at 7:32 p.m., Adolph P. MUELLER, beloved husband of Helen T. MUELLER (nee MEYER), and dear father of Katherine Louise MUELLER, and our dear brother and son-in-law of Mrs. Kate MEYER (nee SCHIFFER), aged 36 years.
Funeral from the Hauck-Schmitt undertaking parlors, 3403 S. Grand Avenue, Sunday, March 2, at 2 p.m., to Bellefontaine Cemetery. Motor.
NACK - Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, at 1:50 p.m., George Henry NACK, beloved son of Kate NACK (nee WEITKAMP), and dear brother of Private Arthur J. NACK, now in France, and Oliver NACK, after a lingering illness, at age of 33 years.
Due notice of funeral from family residence, 1529 Newhouse Avenue, will be given. Deceased was a member of Local No. 41. International Association of Machinists.
OATMAN - Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, Charles C. OATMAN of 1511A Carr Lane Avenue, beloved husband of Jeanette OATMAN (nee WRIGHT), father of Nadine OATMAN, son of Mrs. Anna OATMAN, father of Edward P., Ole L. and Fred L. OATMAN, aged 37 years.
Due notice of funeral will be given. Deceased was a member of Cosmos Lodge, No. 282, A.F. and A.M. and Musicians' Mutual Benefit Association. Local No. 2. A.F.M.
O'NEILL - On Friday, Feb. 28, 1919, John E. O'NEILL, beloved husband of Emma C. O'NEILL (nee ROTTY), father of John R. and Gladys O'NEILL, brother of Mary, Annie, Mrs. George H. BLACK, Edmund J. and Charles W. O'NEILL, and our dear uncle and grandfather, in his 59th year.
Funeral Monday, March 3, at 8:30 a.m., from the residence of his brother, Charles…the rest is cut off.