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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 18 May 1947
Obituary of LENA DUMLER
Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Dumler, 86, early day Russell County resident who died at Canon City, Colorado, at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, were held at Deines Bros. funeral home Wednesday afternoon, with Rev. E. H. Thomas of St. John's Lutheran church officiating. Burial was in the Russell Lutheran cemetery.

Mrs. Dumler's death followed a long period of ill health. She was born April 13, 1861, in Germany and came to this country when 18 years of age. She lived in this community for some years. The family moved to Oklahoma 34 years ago and they lived at Canon City three years with a previous residence in Colorado Springs.

Surviving are the husband, Fred Dumler, and five children; Carl Groff of Bay City, Mich., Henry Liggonstaffer of Kiowa, Mrs. Lena Alberding and Mrs. Mollie Gelvin of Canon City and Fred Dumler of Burlington, Okla.

(NOTE: Corrected - The two daughters "belong to" Fred Dumler.  Fred Dumler, Jr., Mollie and Lena were children of Fred Dumler, Carl Groff and Henry Liggenstoffer were half brothers. Corrected information supplied by a Great- Granddaughter).
(Funeral Card)
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack


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