HOFEDITZ, Anna Gertrude
Obtained from a 1921 Denison Bulletin, Denison, Iowa:
SCHLESWIG, May 31: Many friends were grieved to learn of the death of Mrs. Anna Gertrude Miller which occurred at the home of her son, Herman R. Miller, northeast of Schleswig, Thursday evening, May 26th, after only a few hours of illness. Anna Gertrude Miller nee Hofeditz was born at Sielen, Hessen-Kassel, Germany, January 9, 1844, and reached the age of 77 years four months and 14 days. She came to America at the age of 18 years to Davenport, Iowa, was married there to Henry Miller who preceded her in death many years ago. In 1872 they came to Crawford county and settles on a farm in Otter Creek township. Mrs. Miller was known as a good wife and mother. She was the mother of seven children, three sons passed away before the mother. Those who are left to mourn her death are Friedrich Miller of Holstein, Iowa, Herman Miller of Schleswig, Louise, now Mrs. Sievert Henricksen of Oklahoma ,and Marie, now Mrs. Rud Volkman of Battle Creek, and 29 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters in Germany. The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Friedens church, Rev. Wetzeler conducting the services and the remains laid to rest in Morgan township cemetery.
HOFFARD, Anna Mae
Friday, August 16, 2002
Anna Mae Shives was born October 24, 1924 in Dow City, Iowa, the daughter of Donald and Marie Roling Hoffard. She died Thursday, August 1, 2002, at her home in Denison.
Anna Mae attended elementary school in Arion and Dow City, and attended the Denison Community High School graduating with the class of 1943. On March 11, 1946, she was united in marriage to Charles E. Shives in Topeka, Kansas. The couple was blessed with the birth of seven children. Anna Mae began working for the Denison Community School system in 1968 in the cafeteria at the high school. She held this position for twenty-seven years, until she suffered a stroke and voluntarily retired in 1995.
She was a very loving wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother and friend who enjoyed being around her family. In her spare time, she enjoyed sewing dresses for her daughters, having sewn each of their wedding dresses. She also spent time volunteering as a Girl Scout Leader, and making crafts such as dolls and quilts. She liked traveling, camping, playing Bingo and playing cares with several card clubs. Anna Mae also volunteered for several years as a leader of Youth Bowling. She was a member of the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Denison, The ST. Rose of Lima Altar Society, the American Legion Auxiliary, and the Hospital Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Charles, her daughter, Sharlene, five brothers: Robert, Charles, James, John, and Richard; and her father and mother-in-law, Jesse and Daisy Shives. She is survived by one son-in-law, Barry Bergamo and his wife Sue of Denison; four daughters: Candi Daugherty and her husband, Steve of Adel, Iowa; Pam Jensen and her husband Randy of Denison; Teri Hartwig and her husband Dave of Denison; and Jackie Beam and her husband Roger of Belltown; two sons, Chuck and his wife Lynne of Denison; and Bob and his wife Traci of Council Bluffs; sixteen grandchildren; seven step grandchildren; eleven great grandchildren; and eleven step great grandchildren; two brothers, Buzz Hoffard and his wife Lois of Storm Lake, Iowa; Dom Hoffard and his wife, Verle of Sac City, Iowa; three sisters: Maxine Hast and her husband Dean; Norma Fink and her husband Jim; and Janice Pester and her husband Tom, all of Council Bluffs, Iowa; one brother-in-law, Barney Shives of Papillion, Nebraska; two sisters-in-law Betty Ryherd of Alta and Janice Hoffard of Sac City; other relatives and many friends.
Mass of Christian Burial was held at 1:00 PM Saturday, August 3, 2002 at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Denison, Iowa. Fr. Edward Murray served as celebrant of the Mass with internment at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Cemetery in Denison. Jean Cornelius provided the organ accompaniment for the St. Rose of Lima Choir. Those serving as pallbearers were: Darrell Hoffard, Randy Markel, Benji Hoffard, Dusty Hast, John Fink, and Rick Fink. A Legion of Mary Rosary was held at 5:00 PM and a Vigil Service at 7:00 PM, Friday, August 2, 2002 at the Huebner Funeral Home in Denison. The family invited everyone in attendance at the service to join them in fellowship and lunch at the Parish Center, served by the Altar Society. The Huebner Funeral Home in Denison was in charge of arrangements.
HOLLANDER, Alfred Thomas
Alfred Hollander Answers the Call
One of Soldier Township's Most Prosperous Farmers Died Nov. 11, 1922
Pneumonia Cause of Death - Born on August 30, 1885 in Hayes Township, Ida County
Schleswig, Nov. 16 - Once more it befalls our sad lot to chronicle the death of another one of our respected and beloved citizens, Alfred T. Hollander, which sad event occurred at his late home in Soldier township, Saturday morning, November 11, 1922, at 6:15 a.m. after an illness extending over a period of four weeks, death resulting from pneumonia.
Mr. Hollander was but in the prime of life, having reach the age of 37 years, and his death has cast a deep gloom over the entire community. He was a young man, of quiet disposition, a kind and true friend, a devoted husband and father, and possessed that pleasing disposition that won to him a host of friends.
Alfred T. Hollander was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. P. Hollander. He was born Aug. 30, 1885, on the old home farm in Hayes township, Ida County. Here he grew to young manhood and spent the greater part of his life helping his father with the farm work. He was a true Christian and a staunch member of the Lutheran church, in which faith he was baptized on May 26, 1886, and confirmed March 31, 1901, by pastor M. J. VonderAu.
On February 22, 1911, he was united in marriage to Miss Mamie Marquardt at Denison, Iowa and to them were born two children, one of whom preceded the father to the Great Beyond. He leaves to mourn his untimely death, his wife and one daughter, Vernette, eight years old, his parents, and four brothers, Henry, Max, Gustave and Theodore.
Short funeral services were held at his late home at 1:00 o'clock Tuesday, Nov. 14, after which the remains were brought to Immanuel Lutheran church in Schleswig where services were conducted by Rev. O. Lossner, and the remains taken to Morgan township cemetery for interment. The funeral was one of the largest held here for some time. An attendance that filled the church to overflowing being present to pay their last sad respects to the emory of this promising young man. The floral tributes were also many and beautiful, the casket being almost hidden from view by the huge banks of flowers, which testified to the honor and esteem in which he was held by all.
The Leader joins with the host of friends of the stricken wife and daughter, the parents and other relatives of the deceased in extending deepest sympathy and consolation in this sad hour of sorrow. It is sad indeed to lose one whom we love and honor, but life on earth is ever thus, and even though he is now laid away, the thought of the good deeds he performed while on earth, will linger long in the memory of those whom he has left behind, and will be treasured by them in the years that are to come. We therefore refer the relatives to Him who doeth all things for the best, for comfort and consolation.
HOLLANDER, Heinrich Theodore
Funeral services for Henry T. Hollander were held Wednesday, August 11, 1971 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Schleswig, with Rev. F.A. Wiese officiating. Mrs. Ray Schmidt was the organist. The Choir sang "There Is An Hour of Peaceful Rest" and the congregation sang "Abide With Me."
Henry Theodore Hollander of Schleswig, son of Thomas Hollander and his wife Theresa Reincke was born in Ida County on March 29, 1883. He was married March 11, 1908 to Anna Marquardt with Pastor Frese officiating. After their marriage, the couple farmed north east of Schleswig. They moved to Schleswig in the late twenties.
Henry was always very active in the community. He operated the local theater for a number of years, was Treasurer of the Farmers Mutual Insurance Association of Schleswig, on the Morgan Cemetery board, chairman of the Federal Landbank Association of Ida County, on the board of the Farmers Lumber of Schleswig, the board of the old Schleswig Telephone Company, on the Schleswig town council for many years, he was a voting member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church and served a three year term as congregation president.
He unexpectedly died at the Crawford county Memorial Hospital last Sunday afternoon, August 8, 1971. He attained to 88 years, 4 months and 9 days.
He is survivied by his wife Anna, and two borthers Gus and Max of Schleswig.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Alfred, who died in 1922; his brother Theodore, who died in 1970; and one brother and two sisters that died in infancy.
Pallbearers were: Leonard Hollander, Henry Braase, Ray Schmidt, C.H. Claussen, Herbert Miller and Leroy Schagt.
Interment was in Morgan Township Cemetery.
HOLLANDER, Max Asmus
Funeral Services Held Tuesday for Max Hollander
Funeral services for Max A. Hollander were held Tuesday, May 28, 1974, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Schleswig with Rev. F. A. Wiese officiating. Mrs. Ray Schmidt was the organist. The congregation sang "What A Friend We Have In Jesus" and the choir sang "I'm But A Stranger Here".
Max A. Hollander, son of Thomas P. Hollander and his wife, Theresa Reincke was born in Hayes Township, Ida County, on October 20, 1887. He was baptized and confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church, Grant Township. he grew up in this community. On August 25, 1914, he was joined in marriage to Emma Schroeder at Denison with the Rev. Frehse performing the ceremony. His wife passed away at Oakdale on November 15, 1946.
He attended the Denison College. He farmed in this community and retired in Schleswig after the death of his wife. He was a very active member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church, serving as financial secretary and treasurer for a number of years, adn was the chairman of the Building Committee when the congregation constructed the present church.
He entered the Crawford County Memorial Hospital recently and unexpected died early Sunday morning, May 26, 1974. he attained to 86 years, 7 months, and 6 days.
He is survived by one brother, Gustav of Schleswig.
Preceding him in death were his wife Emma, and three brothers, Alfred, Henry, and Theodore.
Bearers were: Kenneth Thams, Donald Klinker, Eldo Hollander, Ray Henningsen, Arthur Hollander and Theodore Hollander.
Interment was in Morgan Cemetery.
HOLLANDER, Theodore Ernst
T.E. Hollander, Former Resident Buried in Missouri
Funeral servies for Theodore E. Hollander were held on Saturday, August 8th at the Chapel of the Ozarks, Mount Vernon, Missouri. He was buried in the White Chapel cemetery at Springfield.
Theodore E. Hollander was born December 27, 1894 on a farm in Ida County. He was the son of Thomas and Theresa Reincke Hollander.
He died on August 5, 1970 at the Veterans' Hospital at Little Rock, Arkansas. He was a retired realtor and a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church.
He moved from the farm in Ida county to Schleswig in 1921 after farming for one year. He worked in the G.P. Hollander garage from 1922 to 1939.
On January 3, 1933 he married Josephine Wittmaack. They had four children.
He operated the Pla-Mor dance pavilion east of Schleswig for a number of years and moved to Des Moines in 1940. In 1952 they moved to Springfield, Missouri and in 1948 to Mt. Vernon, Missouri.
He is survived by his widow, Josephine; three daughters: Mrs. Patricia Nash of Normal, Illinois, Mrs. Sharon Owens of Mr. Vernon, Missouri, and Mrs. Nancy Jolley of Springfield, Missouri; one son, Thomas Hollander from Inglewood, California; three brothers, Henry, Max, and G.P. Hollander all of Schleswig; and six grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Hollander and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hollander attended the funeral in Missouri Saturday. his three brothers felt they could not stand the long trip.
Goodin, Edna F (Settles)
Edna F. GOODIN
The Rushville Times, Wednesday, November 24, 1999, page 15, column 4
Mrs. Edna F. Goodin, 98, of Abingdon died Sunday, Nov. 21, 1999, at the Care Center of Abingdon.
She was born Oct. 3, 1901, in Schuyler County, the daughter of Logan and Nola Robeson Settles. She married Rev. Frank Goodin Dec. 14, 1921, in Macomb. He preceded her in death May 28, 1984.
She is survived by one son, Dwight Goodin of Galesburg; two daughters, Dorothy Goff and Mrs. Charles (Velma) Rogers, both of Abingdon; 11 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.
She was a homemaker and was very active in assisting her husband in his ministry. She was a member of many Assemblies of God churches in the area.
Graveside services will be Wednesday; Nov. 24, 1999, at 2 p.m. at Bushnell City Cemetery with Rev. Todd Henderson officiating. Visitation will be Wednesday from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Abingdon Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to First Assembly of God Church or the Care Center of Abingdon, both in Abingdon.
Goodin, Lewis Franklin
LEWIS FRANKLIN GOODIN
Lewis Franklin Goodin, son of Bryant Y. & Mary Ellen Goodin was born in Hardin Co., Ky. June 26, 1860 and passed away at his home near Ray, IL. March 23, 1923, aged 62 years, 8 months & 5 days. Death resulted from pneumonia.
The deceased was united in marriage to Debbie Tweddell on December 22, 1892. To this union 5 children were born 2 daughters, & 3 sons; Lillian Ebert, Mrs. Maude Wright, Frank Jr., Herbert and Bryant. In early life he was united with the Baptist Church at Younger's Creek, Kentucky. The deceased was always a farmer and took great interest in his work. He came to IL in 1909 where he has since resided.
He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, his 5 children, 7 grandchildren, 2 sisters, Mrs. Lon Cooper & Susan Goodin of Kentucky & a brother Harve Goodin of Louisville, Ky.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. C. Brown at his late home March 23.
Rushville Times 3/29/1923