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Gronemeyer, Mrs. Fred (Wilhelmine) 1869-1931

GRONEMEYER, BARINSKY, BARKER, WOLL, LORENZ

Posted By: Janet Schuldt, Volunteer (email)
Date: 5/28/2011 at 17:06:18

WIFE OF FRED GRONEMEYER DIES FOLLOWING A LINGERING ILLNESS SUNDAY

Mrs. Wilhelmine Gronemeyer, wife of Fred Gronemeyer, died early Sunday morning at her home at Le Mars following a lingering illness.

Wilhelmine Barinsky was born in Lowden, Iowa, May 9, 1869, and came to Plymouth county with her parents in 1885. They settled on a farm in Johnson township. She was married to Fred Gronemeyer February 21, 1888 and moved to a farm in Preston township. In 1921 they they retired from the farm and moved to Le mars where they since resided.

Surviving are the husband five sons Fred, George, John, William and Arthur, and one daughter, Mrs. Will. E. Barker, thirteen grandchildren, two brothers, William BArninsky and John Barinsky, both of Le Mars, two sisters. Mrs. Emil Woll, of Johnson township, and Mrs. Rudolph Lorenz, of Washington, Mo., and many other relatives.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the house and at 2:30 at the Preston Lutheran church with German services by Rev. Theo. Meyer and English services by Rev. Wm. Zibel.

Mrs. Gronemeyer was active in church and community work and was esteemed by all who knew her as a good neighbor and friend.

Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
Tuesday, August 25, 1931
Le Mars, Iowa
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Ireton Ledger, Ireton, Sioux, Iowa, USA August 27, 1931

MHS. FRED GKONEMEYER DIED SUNDAY AT LE MARS

Mrs. Wilhelmine Gronemeyer, wife of Fred Gronemeyer, died early Sunday morning in her home at Le Mars following a lingering sickness.

Wilhelmine Barinsky was born at Lowden, Iowa, May 9, 1869, and came to Plymouth county with her parents in 1885. They settled on a farm in Johnson township. She was married to Fred Gronemeyer, February 21, 1888, and moved to a farm in Preston township. In 1921 they retired from the farm and moved to Le Mars where they since resided.

Surviving are the husband, five sons Fred, George, John, William and Arthur, and one daughter Caroline Barker. 13 grandchildren and two brothers, William Barinsky and John Barinsky, both of Le Mars; two sisters, Mrs. Emil Woll of Johnson township, and Mrs. Lorenz of Washington, Mo., and numerous other relatives.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the home in Le Mars and at 2:30 at the Preston township Lutheran church with German services by Rev. .Meyer and English services by Rev. Zibell.


 

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