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Aeschlemann, Jacob 1830-1915

AESCHLEMANN, SCHMIDT, KUNST, AESCHELMANN

Posted By: Linda Mohning (email)
Date: 7/8/2011 at 20:42:39

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DEATH CALLS AGED MAN. Jacob Aeschelmann Succumbs to Lingering Illness Monday at Home of Sister Here.
Jacob Aeschlemann, father of Mrs. Hans P. Schmidt, died at the home of his daughter in Remsen Monday night at eight o’clock at the age of eighty-five. His death was due to old age and the end was hastened on by an apoplectic stroke which he suffered about four months ago. Since that time he was bedridden, but loving hands attended the old gentleman constantly.
Jacob Aeschlemann was born in Bern, Switzerland and was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Kunst in his native land. His wife died many years ago and Mr. Aeschlemann came to this country in 1884, and spent a number of years in Eastern Iowa with a brother and sister. From there he came to Plymouth county and spent his remaining days in the home o his daughter, where he died.
The funeral was held yesterday afternoon with services in St. Paul’s church conducted by Rev. E. H. Eilers.
Jacob Aeschlemann had many warm friends in and around Remsen, who thought highly of him and who deeply mourn his departure and sympathise with the bereaved relatives. He was a man of excellent character, always kind, affectionate and obliging, and his death is a source of regret throughout his acquaintanship. Remsen Bell Enterprise, November 25, 1915, page 1, column 1.
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[Another Obituary mention]

REMSEN. From the Bell-Enterprise: Jacob Aeschlemann, father of Mrs. Hans P. Schmidt, died at the home of his daughter in Remsen Monday night at eight o’clock at the age of eighty-five. Jacob Aeschlemann was born in Bern, Switzerland, and was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Kunst in his native land. His wife died many years ago and Mr. Aeschlemann came to this country in 18?4 and spent a number of years in eastern Iowa with a brother and sister. From there he came to Plymouth county and spent his remaining days in the home of his daughter, where he died. – Le Mars Semi Weekly Sentinel, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 1915, page 1, column 1.

Note: Jacob is buried in the Remsen City Cemetery in the Schmidt lot.


 

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