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T.F.M'CAULLY, 83 - TAKEN IN DEATH
END CAME SUNDAY NIGHT TO RESIDENT OF FIFTY YEARS - SAW FIVE YEARS SERVICE IN THE CANADIAN ARMYThomas Fleming McCaully, 83 years old, died at the family residence, 509 1/2 Olive street, Sunday night at 9:20 o'clock, following an illness of six months. He was born in Toronto, Canada August 26, 1848 and moved to Leavenworth fifty years ago. He served five years in the Canadian army.
Mr. McCaully was a member of the Presbyterian church and a carpenter by trade. While working on the post office here when it was being built he was seriously injured. Surviving him are the widow Mrs. Margaret McCaully, of the home address, one daughter Mrs. W. B. Sutcliffe, Kansas City, Mo.; three sons William and John McCaully of the home address, and Henry McCaully, San Antonio, Tex., sister Mrs. Lillian Gilbert, Toronto, Canada; fourteen grandchildren and one great grandchild.
The body is at the Davis funeral church where services will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock. The Rev. F. R. Beery will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Muncie cemetery on the family lot.
Obituary - T. W. Martin|
Thomas Warring Martin was born near Linwood, Kans., April 8, 1872, and departed this life August 28, 1932, at St. Luke's hospital, Kansas City, Mo.
He was the son of Edward Martin and Ann Harness Martin.
His early life was spent on a farm. He received his schooling in the common schools of Leavenworth county and at the Kansas State Normal School of Emporia.
On November 2, 1900, he was united in marriage with Myrtle Hughey at Lawrence, Kans. To this union were born four children, Murray E. Martin, now residing at Saginaw, Mich.; Helen Lois Martin of the home address; Opal A. Martin and Elsie M. Martin, who died in infancy. He is survived by his widow, two children, Murray and Helen Lois, a grand daughter Nancy Marie Martin, and one brother, Edward Martin, of Salt Lake, Utah.
He united with the Methodist Episcopal church of Linwood in 1903, and was affiliated with the following lodges; Linwood Camp of the Modern Woodmen of America, the Linwood Blue lodge of the Masonic Order, the Lawrence Consistory of Scotish Rite, and the Linwood order of Eastern Star.
As a young man Mr. Martin engaged in school teaching in which work he continued for a number of years in the common schools of this vicinity. Many of those gathered to pay their last respects were former pupils. After his marriage he engaged in farming, but continued to keep up his work as a teacher. In 1905 the family retired from the farm and took up its residence in Linwood, where the family has continued to reside.
For a number of years Mr. Martin was the manager of the Linwood Telephone exchange and later became cashier of the Linwood State bank which position he held for a number of years. In 1922 he sold his interest in the bank and bought the telephone exchange at Allen, Kans., which he operated for several years. For the past seven years he has been the bookkeeper and cashier of the Tenth Street Garage of Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. Martin was a great lover of nature. He enjoyed the culture of garden plants and flowers, and was greatly interested in birds and bees. Although he had received no commercial training in school he was an accountant of marked ability. It was his ambition to spend the last years of his life on a farm where he could engage in the culture of trees, garden plants and flowers. He once said to the writer, "I like to see plants grow and enjoy making them grow."
Tom Martin, as he was familiarly known, was a faithful husband, a kind indulgent father and a dependable friend. He enjoyed his home and his neighbors. In his passing, Linwood has lost a citizen who has left his impress upon the community. His town and the lives of the people with whom he mingled are better because he lived.
He labored unselfishly to make his surroundings better. He was public spirited and interested in everything that pertained to the material and moral betterment of his home community.
Truthfully may we say of him, well done thou good and faithful servant, enter into thy reward.
Leavenworth Times, Aug. 1, 1933. |
John J. Roche, 85, a resident since 1858, dies here.
Death seals career of well known Leavenworth businessman after long illness. Retired three years ago. Dies at family residence, 510 Ottawa Street--Funeral Services Thursday morning at Cathedral.John J. Roche, 85, a resident of Leavenworth since 1858, died late yesterday afternoon at the family residence, 510 Ottawa Street, after an extended illness.
For more than thirty years, Mr. Roche was connected with the dry cleaning and tailoring company, at 410 South Fifth Street, which bears his name. He retired from active participation in the business about three years ago.
Mr. Roche was a member of the Cathedral parish; Knights of Columbus and Fourth Degree Assembly. He was widely known in the city and county.
He was born in Ireland, September 6, 1848.
He was a member of the city council and later register of deeds.
Surviving are two sons, John E. Roche, Kansas City, Mo.; James H. Roche, San Francisco, California; one daughter, Mrs. M. G. Beeler, Menlo Park, CA.; one brother, Patrick F. Roche, 114 Columbia Avenue, Leavenworth; two sisters, Miss Mary L. Roche and Miss Josephine T. Roche, both of the home address and four grandchildren. The body will be removed from the O'Donnell Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon to the residence, 510 Ottawa Street, where it will lie in state until Thursday morning when a solemn mass of requiem will be said at 9 o'clock at the Cathedral, Rev. Fr. M. J. O'Farrell offciating. Interment will be on the family lot at Mt. Calvary. The Daughters of Isabella will assemble at the residence at 8 o'clock this evening and the Knights of Columbus at 8:30 o'clock for recitation of the rosary.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times 12-19-1933 by Sue Rush |
Mrs. Fred Dage Dies at Early Hour on 12-19-1933.Mrs. Elizabeth Dage, 56 years old, wife of Fred A. Dage, 214 Delaware street, died at the family home this morning at 12:15 o'clock, following a short illness.
Mrs. Dage was born in Stargart, Germany, June 20 1877, and came to America and Leavenworth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Korth when 17 years old and has made this her home since. She was married to Fred Dage October 29, 1898, and celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary this year. She had been in failing health several weeks but her death was unexpected. Mrs. Dage was loved by all who knew her.
Surviving besides her husband are, two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Bibes, and Mrs. Tony Banks, two brothers, Otto and Fred Korth, and one grand daughter, Patricia Ann Bibes, all of Leavenworth.
The body was removed to the residence, 214 Delaware street, this afternoon to lie in state until Thursday morning when it will be removed to the Davis funeral church where services will be held at 2 o'clock, the Rev. F. R. Beery officiating. Burial will be on the family lot in Mt. Muncie cemetery.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times December 25, 1933 by Sue Rush. Death date December 24, 1933. |
Mrs. Anna Alig Dies at Her Home.Mrs. Anna Alig, 71 years old, 1230 Ottawa street, died at 1 o'clock Sunday morning at the family residence, following an illness of several months. Mrs. Alig was born in Columbia, Pa., May 30, 1862, and had been a resident of Leavenworth for the past 50 years.
Surviving are her husband, Charles J. Alig, of the home; four sons, Elmer A., Ernest E., and George A. Alig, all of Leavenworth and Charles V. Alig, of Shoehome Fall, Ida.; one brother, Peter Alig, rural route No 4, Leavenworth, and five grandchildren.
Mrs. Alig was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic church and the Alter Society. She had a wide circle of friends and was held in high esteem by all who knew her.
The Altar Society assembled at the residence at 3 o'clock this afternoon for recitation of the rosary and the Knights of Columbus will meet at 8 o'clock this evening.
The body was removed Sunday afternoon from the O'Connell funeral chapel to the residence to lie in state until Tuesday morning when a requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 o;clock at St. Joseph's church, the Rev. Father Brocard Koehler officiating. Burial will be on the family lot in Mount Calvary cemetery.
From Leavenworth Times Jan. 24, 1934 |
GUSTAVE SCHONHERR, SR., DIES JAN.23, 1934Gustave Schonherr, Sr., 73 years old, a resident of Leavenworth for the past 38 years, died at 6 o'clock last night at the family residence. Third avenue and Prospect Street, following an illness of one week. Mr. Schonherr was born in Germany. Mr and Mrs Schonherr celebrated their golden wedding anniversary December 2, 1933. For the past 19 years, Mr Schonherr had been a furniture finisher at the Helmers Manufacturing Company.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs Augusta Schonherr, of the home address; one daughter, Mrs Martha Carter; two sons, Gustave, Jr., and Emil Schonherr, all of Leavenworth, and one great grandchild.
Funeral services will be held at the Davis funeral church at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, the Rev. Henry Blanke officiating. Burial will be on the family lot in Mount Muncie cemetery. Pallbearers will be C. H. Frey, Mat Van Lye, Tom Chambers, George Davis, James McGinnis and Herman Thusher.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times January 31, 1934 by Sue Rush. |
Lived and died at 765 Olive St., Leavenworth, Ks
SERVICES THURSDAY FOR JOE GORZKIEWICZFuneral services for Joe G. Gorzkiewicz, merchant patrolman who died suddenly yesterday afternnon, will be held at the Davis Funeral Church at 2 o'clock thursday afternoon, the Rev. Carl Boyd officiating . Burial will be in Mount Muncie cemetery. The body was removed to the residence, 765 Olive street this afternoon to lie in state until the hour of services.
Mr. Gorzkiewicz had been a merchant patrolman in leavenworth for 31 years. He was born in Leavenworth, April 10, 1868, and was married to Miss Olive Tuttle in this city March 5, 1896.
Other than the widow of the home address, survivors are; one daughter, Mrs. Lavera Burnham, Wymore, Neb; two sons, Louis of Eldorado, Kas., and Joseph Jr. of the home address; three sisters, Mrs Henry Starnes, rural route No. 3, Leavenworth; Mrs Agnes Leemand and Mrs. Louis Malody, both of Leavenworth.
Mr. Gorzkiewicz was a member of A.O.U.W. lodge No. 5, Leavenworth
Taken from the Leavenworth Times 2-4-1943 by Sue Rush. Death date 2-4-1934 |
Mrs. Edwards of Lansing is Dead
Leavenworth County Native was 43 Years Old
Funeral Services Saturday.Mrs. Gladys E. Edwards, 43 years of age, a resident of Lansing, died this morning at Cushing Memorial hospital.
Born at Lansing, September 30 1899, Mrs. Edwards was a daughter of John and Rena Estep. She was a member of the Christian church.
Mrs. Edwards leaves her husband E. S. Edwards of the home; a son, Carlton C. Gabbert, U. S. Navy, New Orleans, on duty with the Caribbean patrol; her mother, Mrs. Estep, Lansing; two brothers, Carlton Estep, 1015 Osage street; R. W. Estep, Marysville, Kas.;NmdHd a sister, Mrs. Lois Jones, Perkin, Ill.
Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Davis funeral church, Chaplain Franklyn R. Beery, of the Veterans Administration Facility, Wadsworth, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Muncie cemetery.
The body will remain at the funeral church.
Mrs. Edwards ServicesFuneral services for Mrs. Gladys E. Edwards, 43, Lansing wife of E. S. Edwards who died Thursday at Cushing Memorial hospital, were held yesterday afternoon at the Davis funeral church, Chaplain Franklyn R. Beery of the Veterans Administration Facility, Wadsworth, officiating. Burial was in Mount Muncie cemetery. pallbearers were Jack Lohman, Michael Hilgers, Audrey Purcell, Lee Lohman, Sam Parisa and Amos Shepherd.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times 4-23-1934 by Sue Rush. Death date 4-22-1934 |
Herman J. Forge, 65, Dies at St. John's.Herman J. Forge, 65, 775 Miami street, prominent Leavenworth County former, died at 10:15 o'clock yesterday morning at St. John's hospital following an illness of three weeks.
Mr. Forge was born in Westphalia, Germany, October 25, 1868, and had been a resident of Leavenworth county since 1882. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic church.
Aside from his widow, Mrs. Theresa Forge, he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. James Duffin, Hutchinson, Kas, Mrs. George Bertels, Nortonville, Kas;, Mrs. William McGlinn, Leavenworth; Miss Philomena Forge of the home address; three sons, Herman J. Forge, Jr., and Edward Forge, both residents of rural route No. 4, Leavenworth; two sisters, Mrs. Mike Kern, Sr., and Mrs. Minnie Schwartz, both of Leavenworth, and sixteen grandchildren.
The body will lie in state at the residence, 775 Miami street, until tomorrow morning, when a requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic church. The L. C. B. A. will assemble at the residence at 8 o'clock tonight for recitation of the rosary. The Rev. Brocard Koehter will officiate at the services. Burial will be on the family lot in Mount Calvary cemetery.
Taken from the Leavenworth Times Nov. 9, 1934 by Sue Rush, Death date Nov. 8, 1934 |
MRS. RODENBURG PIONEER HERE, DIES AT HOME
Prominent Resident Succumbs After Extended Illness--Lived Here 75 yearsMrs. Laura Emma Rodenburg, prominent Lutheran church worker and a resident of Leavenworth for the past seventy-five years, died last night at her home, 513 Arch street, following an extended illness.
Mrs. Rodenburg was the widow of Chris Rodenburg, pioneer resident of this city and a well-known fruit grower, who died in 1929. Her husband often played with W. F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody when they were children living at neighboring place. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1927.
Widely known in Leavenworth and vicinity, Mrs. Rodenburg was endeared to all through a kind, charitable disposition. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran church and an active worker for many years in the Lutheran Ladies' Aid. She attended the Lutheran parochial school.
BORN AT RICHMOND, MO.
Born October 6, 1858 at Richmond, Mo., Mrs. Rodenburg came to Leavenworth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klingler shortly before 1860. In 1877 she was married to Chris Rodenburg at S. Paul's Lutheran church by the Rev. J. Meyer.
Surviving are ten children, five daughters and five sons; Mrs. Emma Moser, Lansing; Mrs. Minnie Merritson, Mrs. Addie Woelhart, Mrs. Fern Denny and Mrs. Laura Cornett, all of Leavenworth; Arthur Rodenburg, Kansas City, Kas.; Chris Rodenburg, Jr., Leavenworth; Edward Rodenburg, Kansas City, Kas.; Fred Rodenburg and Paul Rodenburg, both of Leavenworth. She also is survived by thirty-seven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren, and one sister, Miss Minnie Klingler of Seattle, Wash.
The body will be removed from the Davis funeral church this afternoon to lie in state at the family residence, 513 Arch street, until 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon when it will be taken to St. Paul's Lutheran church.
Services will be held at the church at 3:30 o'clock. The Rev. Henry Blanke will officiate. Interment will be on the family lot in Mount Muncie.
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