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Posted By: Ellanor (email)
Date: 4/19/2021 at 17:07:27

Looking for Deetz brother's
Posted By: elle@butler-bremer.com
Date: 1/12/2008 at 12:11:36
My dead-end:
Iím looking for Fred Deetzís four brothers mentioned in his obit. They could have changed the spelling of Deetz to Deitz or Dietz.
I think he had a brother with the same first names so always went by Fred
I did find in the 1925 Iowa census Fredís fatherís name was William Deetz and his motherís name was Johanna Krug.
. Does anyone reminder Fredís brotherís names or his parents?
15 August 1931 death
F. W. Deetz is Dead Following A Stroke.
Born in Germany on 1857; Came to Lawler in 1893, and to N.H. in 1920.
Frederick Wilhelm Deetz of this city suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home Friday evening and passed away early Saturday morning.
His funeral was hold Monday, afternoon at 2 oíclock from St. Paulís Lutheran church and burial was in Graceland cemetery.
Services were conducted by Pastor Rev. William Engelke.
The deceased was born in Pehiltz, Brandenburg, Germany, July 15, 1857.
He was educated in the land of his birth and became a shoe maker by trade.
On January 15, 1882 he was married in Germany to Miss Augusta Amelia Drewelow.
In 1893 they came to Stapleton Township of this county and in 1920 moved to New Hampton.
Twelve children were born to these good people. Three died. Those living are Paul Deetz, New Hampton; Ernest Deetz, Lawler;
Carl Deetz, New Hampton; Martin Deetz, Waucoma; Mrs. Emma Liebold, Barrington, Illinois; George Deetz, Cedar Rapids;
Elmer Deetz, Waucoma; Freda Deetz, New Hampton.
Beside his wife and children, he is survived by four brothers and seventeen grand children.
Mr. Deetz was always a fine man. He was a kind and dutiful husband and father. He has been a man of honest toil and faithful endeavor.
He was a good neighbor and church member. His death is mourned by his family and friends and they have suffered a heavy loss.
To them we extend sympathy in this time of their great sorrow.

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