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CHANUTE DAILY TRIBUNE, 8 September 1917
Obituary of MAGDALENA STOELZING RENSING
(On microfilm, Chanute Library, Chanute, Kansas)

Magdalena died 08 Sept. 1917 at 2:30 A.M. at her home 414 South Malcolm avenue, Chanute, Kansas. The funeral services was held in St. Patrick's church Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock.

Mrs. Rensing had lived in this vicinity for thirty five or forty years. She was 65 years of age, and is survived by her husband and five children, two sons and three daughters.

The sons are J. M. Rensing and Julius Rensing. The latter lives on the home place six miles east of the city, from which his parents moved to Chanute five years ago (the year would be 1912).

The daughters are Mrs. Lena Cheek of Dewey, Okla., and Mrs. Mary Hosack and Mrs. Anna Treloggan of this city. (Her step-children were not named.)

Mrs. Rensing was a sister of Henry Stoelzing of this city.

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