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GEMEINHARDT, Stella 1892-1919

GEMEINHARDT, SANDERS

Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 12/11/2016 at 16:47:12

Mrs. Gemeinhardt Dies At Iowa City Hospital

She Was Taken To Iowa City Monday For Treatment Accompanied By Her Husband

Was Married Only A Few Months

Death Relieved Her of Her Sufferings Wednesday Night and Burial Here

Mrs. Frank Gemeinhardt passed away at an Iowa City hospital Wednesday evening, Nov. 12th, after a brief illness. Her husband was with her when she passed away.

Mr. and Mrs. Gemeinhardt were married in Colfax township September 16th, 1919. Mr. Gemeinhardt has been working for Geo. Frost, west of town, and made their home on the Frost farm.

Mrs. Gemeinhardt was formerly Miss Stella Sanders, and her home was at Mossville, Mass. The wedding was the result of an army camp romance, the couple meeting while Frank was in a southern camp.

The remains will be brought here for burial.

The young husband will receive the sympathy of the entire community in his bereavement.

--The Grundy Republican (Grundy Center, Iowa), 13 November 1919, pg 1

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Mrs. Frank Gemeinhardt

Stella Sanders was born at Mossville, Miss., May 16th, and died at the University hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, Wednesday, Nov. 12th, 1919, after an illness of three weeks, being at the time of her death 26 years, 4 months and 27 days of age.

She was united in marriage to Frank Gemeinhardt Sept. 16th, 1919, at the home of Mr. Gemeinhardt's sister, by Rev. J. F. Drake.

They made their home on the George Frost place just west of Grundy Center.

Three weeks ago she was taken sick, but it was not considered serious, until Sunday, Nov. 9th, when she was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City for treatment, but finding no relief, passed away at the above mentioned time.

Mrs. Gemeinhardt leaves to mourn her loss her husband, a father and a brother.

Mrs. Gemeinhardt was a woman of a quiet, gentle disposition, loving to have a home of her own and only to enjoy one for a few weeks. She made friends with everyone and was not known to have an enemy.

Funeral services were held form the Baptist church conducted by Rev. J. C. Curry.

--The Grundy Republican (Grundy Center, Iowa), 20 November 1919, pg 1


 

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