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CHANUTE DAILY TRIBUNE, 15 April 1915
Obituary of GEORGE RENSING
Father follows son to grave.

George Rensing, proprietor of the meat market at 311 East Main Street, died at 10 o'clock this morning, after an illness of three weeks.

Death was caused by typhoid fever, from which all the members of the family have been sick and caused the death of Rensing's little son a few weeks ago.

Mrs. Rensing has been bedfast for more than forty days, and is still quite ill.

The funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning from the Catholic (St. Patrick's) church. Mr. Rensing was thirty-two (32) years old.

He lived in this vicinity all his life. Besides his wife he leaves two small children.

George was only thirty-two when he died. The wife did recover and she died 07 Nov. 1955.

Transcribed and Contributed by Rensing512@aol.com


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