Oct. 27---Mrs. Mary Zahringer passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Marx, at St. John at Noon Friday, aged 73 years. The deceased was born at Freidenburg, Prussia, and came to America in 1862. In 1865 she was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Wendelin Zahringer, At Fond du Lac, the Rev. Pickle performing the ceremony. Their union was blessed with 11 children of whom two daughters, Mrs. Jos. Phillipi of Soberton and Mrs. John Marx of St. John and six sons, John of New London, Joseph of Minneapolis, Math. and Phillip of Laona, William of Stockbridge, Nick of Sherwood, with her husband survive her. Mr. and Mrs. Zahringer settled at Ashford shortly after their marriage. From there they moved to St. John onto a farm on which they lived until they retired and made their home at Sherwood. On May 10th the venerable couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary amid children and grandchildren, a most enjoyable event. Shortly after that she took sick and was taken to the hospital for an operation. She gradually failed until released by death. The funeral was held Monday from the Sacred Heart Church, the Ladies of the Christian Mothers Society escorting the body to and from the church with their banner draped in mouring. Rev. Father Jaeckle spoke in fitting words of the beautiful character of the departed. Interment was made at Stockbridge in the family lot, Rev. Father Paul Herb conducting the services.
MRS ETHEL ZAHRINGER
LAONA, WISCONSIN, APRIL 1950
Funeral services were conducted by Father S. A. Stern Wednsday, April 26, for Mrs. Ethel Zahringer, 61, who died suddenly from a heart attack at her home April 23.
Palbearers were Earl and Rolland Fellion, Ralph and Wm. Gruman, Francis Alderton and Chester Irish. Burial was in the Laona Cemetary. Relatives from away who attended the services were Nick, William, Art and Leo Zahringer of Hilbert,Wisconsin, Fred Fellion of Pebelo, Colorado, Henry Fellion of Stephenson, Mich., and Carl and Rolland Fellion of Racine. Deceased was born Nov. 15, 1888, at Stephenson, Mich., the daughter of Louis and Pauline Fellion. She came to Laona many years ago. Surviving are her father, Louis Fellion, of Stephenson, Mich., seven daughters, Mrs. Earl Charlton, Miss Evelyn Zahringer and Mrs. Al Senner of Milwaukee, Mrs. Francis Alderton and Mrs. Erich Kuester of Laona, Miss Marion Zahringer of Green Bay and Mrs. Milton Kramer of Kewaskum; three sons John, Philip, and Matthew, 27 grand children. Her husband Philip and son Edmund preceded her in death.
Jean Mary (Nee-Zahringer) Hawley
Jean Mary Hawley, age 43, of Rhinelander, died Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at her home. She was born on August 5, 1955 in Laona, the daughter of John and Myra (nee-Smithiam) Zahringer.
She attended schools in Laona, graduating in 1974, and also attended Nicolet College, studying accounting. She married Jeff Hawley on February 19, 1977 in Laona. Jean and Jeff lived in Laona where Jean was employed by Schaefer's Food Mart in Crandon. For the last three years she was employed at twist Drill. She moved to Rhinelander in September 1998
She is survived by her two sons, Scott and Steven, of Rhinelander; a daughter, Tara (Dave) Hawley, of Green Bay; a brother Larry Zahringer of Milwaukee; and two sisters Gloria (Jack) Matuszewski and Linda Zahringer, boh of Laona, and Jane (Gary) Gimmer of Iron Mountain, Mich. She was preceded in death by her parents.
A memorial service was held at 10:30, Saturday, April 17, 1999, at the Carlson Funeral Home, with Fr. Rob Krajewski officiating.
Dan Kuester, 45 of Berlin Wisconsin, born July 11, 1953 to Erich and Alice (Cyrus) Kuester JR., died July 3, 1999 at his home in Berlin Wisconsin, from complications of diabetes. Funeral services are scheduled for Wednesday, July 7, 1999 at Barbola Funeral Chapel, 282 E. Marquette St., Berlin, Wi. 54923, Telephone (920) 361-2755.
Died: Alberta Allen, born 15-Nov-1866 to John and Mary Van Tyne Adams, died Sunday home near Wellsville KS. Burial Mt. Olivet Cemetery here. 5-Sep-1888 wed George J Allen at Rothville left with 6 of 9 children, Mrs John Charters of Ashton IL; Mrs Harold Billingsley, Amarillo TX; George Jr. of Pueblo CO; M L of Hobart IN; Ralph of Cheney WA and Roy of Tauton MA. sisters Mrs W B Clark of Houston TX; Mrs R H Jones, Des Moines; half brother Clay Clark of Arlington OR. (Direct descendant from Alexander Hamilton and John Quincy Adams).
Flossie Admire Services Saturday
Funeral services, for Mrs. Flossie Pearl Admire, 51, who died yesterday at her home in Lingo, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Larson Funeral Chapel in Bucklin. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Larry McAtel, pastor of the Assembly of God Church at Marceline, and burial will be in Cash Cemetery northeast of Bucklin.
Mrs. Admire is survived by her husband, Silas, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Norma Wilson of Bucklin and Mrs. Joane Kelly of North Kansas City; three brothers, Jessie Payne of Bucklin, Edgar Payne of Kansas City and Lawrence Payne of Brookfield; and two half-sisters, Mrs. Grace Green and Mrs. Anna Schneider, both of Marceline.
The body will lie in state at the funeral home until the hour of services.
The Macon Chronicle-Herald, Macon, Missouri, Friday, November 30, 1962
Silas Admire Rites Tomorrow
Silas B. Admire, 77, died Wednesday at his home in St. Ann. He had been a lifelong resident of the Bucklin and Brookfield area, moving to St. Ann some 10 months ago.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Larson-Scudiero Funeral Home in Bucklin. The Rev. Kenneth Kelley of Kirksville will conduct the services and burial will be in Cash Cemetery northwest of New Cambria.
Mr. Admire was born July 7, 1895 in the Hart community in Macon County near Bucklin, the son of William and Jane Pleasant Admire. In January, 1916 at St. Joseph he was married to Grace Williams and they were the parents of four children. She died in 1936 and Mr. Admire later married Flossie Pearl Payne, who died in December, 1962.
Mr. Admire was a retired coal miner and railroad employee, having worked for both the Santa Fe and Burlington Companies. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Marceline.
Surviving are: a son, Howard Harvey Admire of Ethel; two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Mildred) Bedell of Mountain View and Mrs. Robert (Myrle) Hedrick of Pleasanton, Kan.; two step-daughters, Mrs. James (Norma) Wilson of the home in St. Ann and Mrs. Don (Joan) Boyles of Cherryvale, Kan.; one brother, Richard Admire of Mendon; 11 grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; and several great grandchildren.
Also preceding him in death were his parents; one son, Donald Admire; three brothers, Pete, Bill and Mal Admire; four sisters, Mrs. Beulah Koger, Mrs. Betty Miller and two infant sisters.
The Macon Chronicle-Herald, Macon, Missouri, Friday, May 11, 1973
A funeral for former Keokuk resident Derek Shawn Andrews, 9, of Springdale, Ark., who died Thursday afternoon in Springdale, will be held 2:30 p.m. Sunday in DeJong Funeral Home with the Rev. Darryl Ridgely officiating.
Burial will be in Hickory Grove Cemetery.
Visitation is 7-9 p.m. Saturday.
He was born July 26, 1974 in Keokuk, son of Charles "Bill" and Marla Glasgow Andrews.
Survivors include his parents of Springdale; sister, Amber Moreane of Springdale, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glasgow of Springdale, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Montrose, Clarence "Andy" Andrews of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Marlene Vermillion of Keokuk; great-grandparents, Mrs. Helen Andrews and Mrs. Ellen Bryant, both of Keokuk, and Everett I. Doss of Tampa, Fla.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Russell Philp.
THE DAILY GATE CITY, Keokuk, Iowa, Saturday, 9-3-1983
Mrs. Andrew Bryan
Remains of Mrs. Andrew Bryant Interred in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
The body of Mrs. Andrew Bryant, who formerly lived in this county and who died Tuesday of last week in Jefferson City, was brought back and buried last Thursday in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery, northwest of Knox City, following funeral services in the Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church.
Mrs. Bryant was 91 years old and for the last twenty-five years she had made her home with the youngest daughter, Mrs. Shirley Comstock, in Jefferson City, where death came.
Besides Mrs. Comstock there survive four other children: Mrs. Mary McSorley of Plevna, Mrs. Maudie Frisbee of Clarence, Mrs. Sarah Bellamy of Cabool, Mo., and James A. Bryant of Mountain Grove, Mo.; a brother, James L. Angus, of Hazelhurst, Miss.; eighteen grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren.
As Mary Edna Angus, a daughter of James L. and Mary Angus, Mrs. Bryant was born Nov. 19, 1852, at La Grange. She was married in March, 1873, to Mr. Bryant, who died July 28, 1911. They were the parents of nine children, seven girls and two boys, those who survive and four preceded her in death: Julia Ann, Janie Morton, an infant daughter and Harrison Blaine.
Early in life Mrs. Bryant joined the Baptist Church and was a member of the Hamilton Creek Baptist Church at the time of her death.
The Edina Sentinal, Edina, Missouri, 1943
Mrs. John Austin
Mrs. John Austin, 85, died yesterday morning in her home east of Carthage.
Surviving are her widower and three daughters, Mrs. Ethel Bachman of Hazelton, Iowa; Mrs. Grace Jenkins of Harvey and Mrs. Pearl Mathewson of Peoria.
Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
Hancock County Journal, Carthage, Illinois, Thursday, December 18, 1952