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Schultz, Mrs. Charles (Tillie) 1886-1913


Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 7/18/2012 at 14:56:21

LeMars Sentinel
Tuesday, March 11, 1913

Mrs. Chas. Schultz, of Stanton township, died at a hospital in Sioux City on
Thursday after a few weeks illness. The cause of death was goiter. The
deceased was taken to a hospital in Sioux City three weeks ago but medical
attention proved unavailing and she passed away at the early age of
twenty-six years.

Mrs. Schultz, whose maiden name was Tillie Reinhardt, was born at Magnolia,
Iowa, on October 28, 1886, and grew to womanhood in her native place. She
was united in marriage with Charles Schultz on November 22, 1911, and he
brought his bride to his home in Stanton township, this county. One child
was born to their union and is now only seven weeks old.

Besides the bereaved husband she leaves to mourn her death eight brothers
and sisters, who are Mrs. Chas. Hamm, of this city; Mrs. L. Fluck, of Sioux
City; Mrs. H. McKane, Mrs. Wm. Weed, John Reinhardt, of Elma, Wash.; Fred
and Nellie Reinhardt, of Magnolia; and Will Reinhardt, of Yankton, South

The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon at the Stanton Township Evangelical
Church, Rev. Buenter officiating and the interment made in the cemetery at
that place. The early death of Mrs. Schultz is deeply deplored by a large
circle of friends, who offer condolences and sympathy to the young husband
and other relatives.

Mrs. Schultz was possessed of many admirable qualities, which had endeared
her to many and her death is sincerely mourned.


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