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Hauswald, Minnie 1829 - 1901


Posted By: Doris Hoffman, Volunteer (email)
Date: 12/16/2010 at 22:53:21

Death of Mrs. August Hauswald

Mrs. August Hauswald who has been a great sufferer for severalmonths from paralysis died at her home near Adaville on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock and the funeral was held on Tuesday morning at Adaville at 9 o'clock, being attended by a large number of people who thus showed the respect in which she was held.

Deceased was about, 73 years of age and has been a resident of the county for a great many years and has lived on the farm where her life went out for many years. About four years ago Mr. and Mrs. Hauswald moved to Le Mars to spend their declining years quietly and had a nice home on Clark street.

During the early part of last winter Mrs. Hauswald was stricken with paralysis which was followed by a second attack about three months later which confined her to her bed for several weeks. About two months ago they moved back to the farm so that Mrs. Hauswald might have the constant care of the family for it was clear that it was only a matter of a short time until she would be called to her reward.

Deceased leaves an aged husband and two sons and two daughters. The sons are Louis Hauswald who resides on the home farm and Fred A. Hauswald of Helena, Montana. The daughters are Mrs. Lillian Hauser of Merrill and Mrs. Augusta Collins of Sioux City. Mrs. F. A. Hauswald and children who has been here to spend the summer with relatives was to have started home on Sunday evening but deferred her departure until Tuesday evening in order to attend the funeral.

Le Mars Globe
Wednesday, July 24, 1901
Le Mars, Iowa


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