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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 18 September 1917
Obituary of EVA A. DUMLER
Mrs. Eva A. Dumler, passed away yesterday (18 September 1917), at the home of her daughter's in this city. Mrs. Dumler was one of the early settlers of Russell, County; coming here in 1878, and locating in Lincoln Township, where she resided with her husband until about eight years ago, when they moved to Russell. She was the wife of Michael Dumler, who died about two years ago. Burial will be made today at the Milberger cemetery, near their old home.
(Note: Eva Dumler, nee Rau, was the daughter of Henry and Mary (nee Adler) Rau (aka Rauh).)
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack


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