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Hagemeier, Emma (Lieran) 1888-1930


Posted By: Ann Krumme (email)
Date: 7/26/2008 at 15:20:23

Mrs. Paul Hagemeier of this city, who had been in poor health for sometime, passed away Sunday morning at the Oakdale tubercular sanitarium near Iowa City. The remains were brought here by ambulance Sunday evening and taken to Martin Bros. Mortuary Chapel. Later they were taken to the August Kuehn home and the funeral services are being held there and at St. Johnís Lutheran church, Rev. P. F. Kjorlaug officiating. Wednesday afternoon. Obituary next week.

~Allamakee Journal & Lansing Mirror, Oct 29, 1930


Mrs. Paul Hagemeier Obituary.

We made brief mention last week of the death of Mrs. Paul Hagemeier of this city, which took place at the Oakdale Sanitarium near Iowa City a week ago Sunday from tuberculosis.

Mrs. Emma Lieran Hagemeier was born in Allamakee county, May 14, 1888, and was married to Paul Hagemeier 20 years ago, who, with six brothers, Martin, Waukon, Melvin, Makee township, Selmer, Thief River Falls, Minn., Ole Lieran, Beltrami, Minn., Michael and Leonard, Minneapolis, three half Ėsisters, Mesdames Donald Fredendahl, Carl Busness and Olga Haas, all of Waterville, and a half-brother, Emmet Lieran, Waterville, survive her.

Funeral services were conducted in St. Johnís Lutheran church in Waukon by Rev. Kjorlaug Wednesday afternoon. Burial was made in Oakland cemetery. Her six brothers supported the casket.

~Allamakee Journal & Lansing Mirror, Nov 5, 1930


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