Augusta Krueger Weber 1864-1935
WEBER, KRUEGER, DEKOCK, REITER, FREDRICKS, BARTZ, MAU
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Date: 5/10/2014 at 00:40:36
Funeral Services At Dolliver For Mrs. George Weber
Dolliver, April 30. – Mrs. George Weber, age 70, pioneer resident of Emmet county, passed away at her home near town last Friday. Mrs. Weber is survived by her husband, George Weber, two daughters, Mrs. Annie DeKock and Mrs. Minnie Reiter and one son, J.C. Weber, all of Doliver, and eleven grandchildren.
Augusta Krueger was born in Germany, Sept. 11, 1864. She was one of eleven children and came with her family to America in her girlhood. One brother and three sisters survive her, and they all reside at Tracy, Minn. They are John Krueger, Mrs. Charles Fredricks, Mrs. Herman Bartz, and Mrs. Anne Mau.
August 14, 1888 at Des Moines, Iowa, she was married to George Weber and they resided in Polk county one year, when they moved to Hubbard in Hardin county. After four years they moved to Dolliver where they have since resided.
Mrs.Weber was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church in her native country and has continued in her Christian faith throughout the years. She was reared in a Christian home, her father bring an earnest and sincere worker in the church and Sunday school. She is cherished in the hearts of her husband and children as a dear and faithful wife and a kind, loving mother. Her friends hold her in high esteem as a neighbor and a good Christian woman.
The funeral services were conducted in the Dolliver Community M.E. church by the pastor, Rev. C.R. Yeager, assisted by Rev. Kloth at 2 o’clock Sunday, April 28. The hymns she loved were sung by Mrs. A.R. Eckhart, Mrs. Wm. McIlwraith, Mrs. C.R. Yeager, Ole Olson and H.O. Burdette. Miss Williams presided at the piano. Interment was in the Dolliver cemetery. (Vindicator and Republican, Estherville, IA, April 30, 1935)
WEBER RITES TO BE SUNDAY
Will Be at Home in Dolliver
Funeral services for Mrs. George Weber, 70, who died yesterday [April 25, 1935] will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. at her home in Dolliver, it was announced today.
The services will be conducted by the Rev. Kloth of Ringsted, assisted by the Rev. Yeager of Dolliver. She was buried in Lincoln Township cemetery.
Mrs. Weber was born September 11, 1864 in Germany and came to America in 1882. She had lived in Dolliver 42 years.
The cause of death was heart disease.
Contributed by: Ruth Hackett. Source: Estherville Daily News, Estherville, Emmet County, Iowa, April 26, 1935.
Emmet Obituaries maintained by LaVern Velau.
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