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These obituaries are not the complete obituaries for the dates shown.
These are just partial listings that came along with some of my
searches. In some places the copies are difficult to read. I
have put question marks where I couldn't determine what the character
was. I hope you find them useful.
The St. Louis
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index of obituaries that have appeared in the St. Louis
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a copy from the library.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
April 21, 1935
PICKER, CLARA FIENUP
Residence: 5823 Nashville av.
18, 1935, 8:20 a. m.
Husband: Henry Picker
Teddy, Mrs. Eugene Kuhn, Kenneth, Irma, Betty and Norman Picker
Funeral home: Beiderwieden Funeral Home, 1936 St. Louis
Interment: New Bethlehem Cemetery.
POTTHOFF, HENRY G.
Residence: 2048 E. Harris av.
Death: Sat., April 20,
1935, 6:45 a. m.
Wife: Bertha H. Potthoff (nee Schmude)
Children: Mrs. Walter Schnepel, Roman M., Harry G. Potthoff, Mrs.
Funeral Home: Matt. Hermann & sons Chapel, Fair and West Florissant av.
Interment: Calvary Cemetery.
ROTH, OLLIE H.
Residence: 7716 Lansdowne
Death: Fri., April 19, 1935, 8:05 a.
Children: Frank W. and Barbara K. Roth (nee Hettel)
Siblings: Frank A., Clarence H., Sister M. Adeline, Notre Dame, and Mrs.
Funeral Home: Croghan Funeral Home, 7146
Interment: New SS. Peter
and Paul's Cemetery.
RUHL, ALBERT B.
Death: April 20, 1935
Wife: Loretta Jane Ruhl
Funeral Home: McLaughlin Funeral Home, 23 W. Lockwood,
SANFORD, ZEHNPFENNING AUGUST
Residence: 3234 Magazine st.
Death: Sat., April 20, 1935,
2:20 p. m.
Wife: Catherine Zehnpfennig (deceased)
Children: Mrs. Raymond Seals and Viola Zehnpfenning
Siblings: Mrs. Edgar Lingo
Funeral home: Jos. J. Quinn Parlors, 1389 Union bl.
SCHALK, OTHO (DOC)
Death: Fri., April 19, 1935
Siblings: Martin Schalk of Centaur, Mo.; Mrs. J. D. Higgins of Hopkinsville, Ky.;
Lydia and Fred Schalk of East St. Louis.
Funeral home: Burke Funeral Home, 3300 State st., East St. Louis
Interment: Holy Cross
SCHUMERT, MARY E.
Residence: 657 N. Fifty-seventh st., East St. Louis, Ill.
April 20, 1935
Husband: August N. Schumert (deceased)
Children: Archie N.
and Bessie Schumert, Mrs. Rose Embry, Mrs. Harry Thomas, Mrs. Fred
Arbuthnot, Mrs. Arthur Ruprecht, and Mrs. Carl Johnson
Mrs. Frank This and Samuel Hart.
Funeral home: Brichter Funeral Home, 2218 State st.
Interment: Mt. Carmel Cemetery.
St. Louis Post Dispatch
September 15, 1923
PHILLIPS - Alfred Emery Richard, died at his home, 807 East Fourth street,
Alton, Ill., Sept, 14, 1923, at 4 p. m., at the age of 20 years.
Remains will be taken to St. Charles, Mo. Funeral Monday, 10 a. m., at
Barromo Catholic Church, St. Charles, Mo.
POLITTE - Entered into rest on Friday, Sept. 14, 1923, at 3:30 a. m., Ida
Politte (nee Belke), beloved wife of Robert E. Politte, dear mother of
Geraldine and Evelin Politte and our dear sister, sister-in-law, and aunt.
Funeral on Monday, Sept. 17, at 2 p. m., from family residence, 1214
Hebert street. Interment in St. John's Cemetery.
RIES - Entered into rest on Friday, Sept. 14, 1923 at 5 a. m., George Ries,
beloved husband of Matilda Ries (nee Yaeger) and dear father of Alice,
Viola, Adele, George Jr., Lester and Virginia Ries.
Funeral on Monday, Sept. 17, at 2 p. m., from family residence, 2841 St.
Louis avenue. Interment Bethany Cemetery. Deceased was member of Future
Great Council No. 1367, S. B. Association.
ROONEY - At Chicago, Ill., on Thursday, Sept. 13, 1923, at 5:30 a. m.,
John Smektalski Rooney, dear son of Deborah Rooney (nee Quinlivan) stepson
of Thomas Rooney, and our dear cousin and nephew.
Funeral from the family residence, 3622 Cote Brillante avenue, on Monday
morning, Sept. 17, at 8:30 o'clock, to St. Teresa's Church. Interment in
RUHL - Entered into rest, Friday, Sept. 14, 1923, at 4 a. m., at
residence, 17 Denver place, Webster Groves Mo., Bolsen Ruhl, dear father
of Mrs. Elizabeth Amen. Mrs. Katie Harris, Mrs. Louis Picreaux, Mrs. Mary
O'Danial and Albert Ruhl.
Funeral Sunday, Sept. 16, at 2 p. m., from residence to St. Lucas Church,
SCHUBHAN - Entered into rest, suddenly, on Saturday, Sept. 15, 1923, at
1:20 a. m., ????? Schubhan, darling daughter of Charles and Sophie
Schubhan (nee Lehr), dear sister of Louise, Elsie and Dorothy Schubhan,
our dear niece and cousin, age 17 years.
Due notice of funeral later.
SCHWANDT - Asleep in Jesus, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1923, at 3:15 p. m.,
August Schwandt, beloved husband of Louise Schwandt (nee Muelke), our dear
brother, brother-in-??w and uncle at the age of 59 years.
Funeral Saturday at 2 p. m., from the Beiderweiden chapel, 1936 St. Louis
avenue, to Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, thence to New Bethlehem
Deceased was a member of Cigarmakers' Union Local No. 44.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
August 3, 1915
CAULEY - Entered into rest Tuesday,
Aug. 3, 1915, at 1 a.m., Thomas Cauley, beloved son of Mary Cauley and the
late Thomas Cauley, and our dear brother.
Notice of funeral from residence, 932 La Salle street, will appear later.
FIX - Entered into rest, after a lingering illness, Monday,
Aug. 2, 1915, at 3:10 a. m., John W. Fix, beloved husband of Louise D. Fix
(nee Zoeller), and dear father of P. G. and Emma Fix, at the age of 47
Funeral Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 2 p. m., from family residence, 2022 East
Fair avenue. Motor.
Centralia (Ill.) papers please copy.
HARDING - At Pittsburg, Pa., Monday, Aug. 2, 1915, at
8:30 a. m., beloved wife of Mason R. Harding, and dear mother of Mason Jr.
and James Harding, beloved daughter of John Alt of St. Louis, Mo.
HARRIS - Entered into rest Monday, Aug. 2, 1915,
Cornelius John Harris, beloved son of John C. and Katherine Harris (nee
Ruhl), aged 6 years, 1 month, 9 days.
Funeral from residence, 17 Denver place, Webster Groves, Mo., Wednesday,
Aug. 4, at 1:30 p. m. Interment at St. Lucas Church Cemetery, Sappington,
KESSLER - Entered into rest at home on Monday,
Aug. 2, 1915, Minnie J. Kessler (nee Bryan), beloved wife of Fred W.
Kessler, and mother of Helen, John and Richard Kessler.
Services at the residence, 1352 Bayard avenue, on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at 2:30
p. m. Interment in Olney, Ill., Wednesday morning.
KNIGHT - Asleep in Jesus on Sunday, Aug. 1 1915, Lena M.
Knight (nee Wehmeyer), beloved wife of Henry W. Knight, and beloved mother
of Wyman W., Harry R., Delilah M., Pierce M., Pearl A. and Ross M. Knight
in her forty-seventh year.
Funeral from family residence, 4535 Clayton avenue, Wednesday, Aug. 4, at
2 p. m. Motor. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Deceased was a
member of Cypress Grove No. 51, Woodman Circle.
NOONAN -= At Decatur, Ill., on Sunday, Aug. 1, 1915, at
9:45 p. m., Elizabeth Noonan, beloved wife of Peter Noonan, dear mother of
Frank, W. M., John, Dena and Mrs. J. J. Cole of Garnett, Kan.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
February 28, 1915
PARRISH - Entered into rest Saturday,
Feb. 27, 1915, at 4:30 p. m., Dr. John George Parrish, beloved husband
of Elizabeth Reiner Parrish, father of Dr. George Parrish, Dr. A. R.
Parrish, Dr. R.L. Parrish and Mrs. George E. Dieckman, brother of C.W.
Parrish, Dinks L. Parrish and Mrs. Luck A. Stotlemeyer.
Due notice of funeral will be given.
PUESE - Entered into rest, suddenly, on Thursday, Feb. 25, 1915, at 10
p.m., Josephine Puese, dearly beloved sister of Minnie Puese, dear niece
of Anna Gieselmann and Bernard PUese, and our dear cousin.
Funeral Monday afternoon, March 1, at 2 o'clock, from residence of her
cousin, Mrs. Anna Bullerdick, 3601 Paris avenue, to St. Peter's
Cemetery. Friends invited.
RUHL - Asleep in Jesus on Friday, Feb. 26, 1915, Catherine M. Ruhl (nee
Koch), wife of Sebastian Ruhl, mother of Marie M. West (nee Ruhl), and
Henry G. Ruhl, in her eightieth year.
Funeral Monday, March 1, at 1:30 p.m., from family residence, 2841
Keokuk street. Private.
SCHAEFER - On Friday, Feb. 26, 1915, 10 p.m., Mrs. Julia Schaefer,
beloved mother of Vernon Lofton, Mrs. Pearl Barricklow (nee Lofton),
Mrs. L. P. Wedding (nee Russell) and dear sister of Mrs. Sarah Richmond,
John Hickman and J. A. Hickman, and our dear grandmother, age 54 yars.
Funeral from residence, 3740 St. Louis avenue, Monday, March 1, at 3
p.m. Interment at St. Peter's Cemetery. Motor.
SCHMAL - Entered into rest on Thursday, Feb. 25, 1915, at 3:15 p. m.,
Anna Schmal (nee Faehringer), beloved wife of Henry G. Schmal, dear
mother of Catherine Nesselhauf (nee Schmal), Magdalena Schmal, Elizabeth
Doyle (nee Schmal, Ida McGann (nee Schmal), Henry F., Joseph, William,
Edward, Mary and Anna Schmal, and our dear mother-in-law, grandmother,
and sister, at the age of (68??) years.
Funeral from family residence, 2843 Neoshe street, on Monday, March 1,
at 8:30 a.m., to St. Anthony's Church, thence to SS. Peter and Paul's
Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
SEIDENKRANZ - Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 28, 1915, at 9 a.m.,
Minna Seidenkranz (nee Eschmann), wife of the late Albert Seidenkranz,
beloved sister-in-law of Augusta and Henrietta Eschmann and our dear
grandmother, aunt and grand-aunt, age (80??) years.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
February 2, 1913
GEISS - Entered into rest on Thursday,
Jan. 30, 1912, at 7:45 p.m., Mary L. Geiss (nee Kuhlmann), beloved wife
of John G. Geiss, dear daughter of Margaretha Kuhlmann (nee Bergfeld)
and dear sister of Herman H. Henry and Frederick Kuhlmann, and our dear
sister-in-law, aged 37 years 8 months and 18 days.
Funeral on Monday, Feb. 3, at 2 p.m., from the residence, 2618 Arkansas
avenue, to Old St. Marcus Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited to
GREGORY - On Friday, Jan. 31, 1913, at 11:40 p.m., Harry Gregory,
beloved husband of Mrs. Tina Gregory (nee Langworthy), and dear father
of Frances Gregory, in his thirty-second year.
Remains at Meek & Dickman's chapel, 3039 Easton avenue, until Monday
morning. Interment at Springfield, Ill. Deceased was a member of
Switchman's Union of North America and Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen.
HOLLAND - On Saturday, Feb. 1, 1913, Annie E. Holland, sister of Mrs. J.
M. Melvin of St. Louis and Mrs F. J. Spaulding of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Funeral Monday, Feb. 3, at 2 p. m., from the residence of Dr. J. M.
McIvin, 4000 Arsenal street.
HUGO - On Friday, Jan. 31, 1913, Victor Hugo, residence 4501 Tower Grove
place, aged 39 years.
Funeral services private.
Duluth papers please copy.
HUMPHREY - Entered into rest suddenly, on Friday, Jan. 31, 1913, at 8:45
a. m., G. H. Humphrey, dear husbandof Minnie M. Humphrey.
Funeral from family residence, 4907 North Broadway, Monday, Feb. 3, at 2
p.m., to St. Peter's Cemetery. Deceased was a member of St. Louis Lodge
No. 37, S. U. of N. A., and Division No. 3, O. R. C.
Springfield and Boston (Mass.) papers please copy.
METHUDY - On Saturday, Feb. 1, 1913, at 7:45 p. m., Leopold Methudy, in
his seventy-sixth year.
Funeral notice later.