Norma Lee Hassett1

F, #14521
Father*Joe Hassett1 b. May 24, 1906, d. May 22, 1981
Mother*(?) (?)1
Step-motherLouise Doerner b. June 22, 1918

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

John Robert Hassett1

M, #14522
     John married Addie Katherine Bruce.1

Family

Addie Katherine Bruce
Child

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

Addie Katherine Bruce1

F, #14523
     Addie married John Robert Hassett.1

Family

John Robert Hassett
Child

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

Michael Friedrich Doerner1

M, #14524, b. March 15, 1885, d. September 20, 1966
Father*Franz Doerner1 b. February 13, 1861
Mother*Louise Westphaelinger1 b. August 1, 1864
     Michael was a member of Norris City United Presbyterian church, Norris City, White County, Illinois .1 He was employed by N.Y. Central Railroad as a carpenter in the bridge and building department.1 Michael Friedrich Doerner, son of Franz Doerner and Louise Westphaelinger, was born on March 15, 1885 in Scott Township, Vanderburgh County, Indiana.1 He was baptized on April 6, 1885 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Darmstadt, Vanderburgh County, Indiana.1
Michael married Rosa Roth on July 16, 1905 at White County, Illinois.1
Michael died on September 20, 1966 at Eldorado Nursing Home in Illinois at age 81 at 11:35 pm.1
His obituary was published in the Carmi Newpaper on September 20, 1966. Mike Doerner, 81, a longtime resident of the Norris City community, passed away at 11:35 p.m.. Tuesday, September 20, in the Eldorado Nursing Home. Mrs. Doerner was a retired railroader, having worked many years as a carpenter with the bridge and building department of the Ne York Central.
Born March 15, 1885 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, he was the son of Frank and Louise Westfellenger Doerner.
He was a member of the Norris City United Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include his wife, Etta; four sons, George, Carmi, Sylvester, Norris City, Frank, Chicago, and Aubrey, Hammond, Indiana; four daughters, Mrs. Louise Hasset, Harrisburg, Mrs. Juanita Davis, Palos Heights, Mrs. Audrey Schuller, chicago, and Mrs. Wilma Malay, Bradley; a brother, Frank, Jr., route 5 Carmi; five sisters, Mrs. Louise McGill, Carmi, Mrs. Lizzie Wilson, Enfield, Mrs. Kate Miller, Dundee, Oregon, Mrs. Martha Savage and Mrs. Clara Welch, both of Elgin; 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Doerner were conducted at 2 p.m. from the United Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Niles Stone officiating.1
His funeral service was held on September 23, 1966 at United Presbyterian Church, Norris City, White County, Illinois.1 He was buried on September 23, 1966 in Mt. Olive Cemetery in White County, Illinois.1

Family

Rosa Roth b. December 30, 1886
Child

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

Rosa Roth1

F, #14525, b. December 30, 1886
     Rosa Roth was born on December 30, 1886.1
Rosa married Michael Friedrich Doerner, son of Franz Doerner and Louise Westphaelinger, on July 16, 1905 at White County, Illinois.1

Family

Michael Friedrich Doerner b. March 15, 1885, d. September 20, 1966
Child

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

Mount Olive Cemetery (White County, IL)

?, #14526
     
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     Mount Olive Cemetery (White County, IL) is located in Roland, White County, Illinois, 37.91103, -88.26368.

The following people are buried here.


Michael Friedrich Doerner - September 23, 1966, aged 81.1

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

Louise Westphaelinger1,2

F, #14527, b. August 1, 1864
     Louise married Franz Doerner.1 Louise Westphaelinger was born on August 1, 1864 in Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany.1
Her obituary was published in the Carmi Paper on September 30, 1966. Mike doerner, 81, a longtime resident of the Norris City community, passed away at 11:35 p.m.. Tuesday, September 20, in the Eldorado Nursing Home. Mrs. Doerner was a retired railroader, having worked many years as a carpenter with the bridge and building department of the Ne York Central.
Born March 15, 1885 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, he was the son of Frank and Louise Westfellenger Doerner.
He was a member of the Norris City United Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include his wife, Etta; four sons, George, Carmi, Sylvester, Norris City, Frank, Chicago, and Aubrey, Hammond, Indiana; four daughters, Mrs. Louise Hasset, Harrisburg, Mrs. Juanita Davis, Palos Heights, Mrs. Audrey Schuller, chicago, and Mrs. Wilma Malay, Bradley; a brother, Frank, Jr., route 5 Carmi; five sisters, Mrs. Louise McGill, Carmi, Mrs. Lizzie Wilson, Enfield, Mrs. Kate Miller, Dundee, Oregon, Mrs. Martha Savage and Mrs. Clara Welch, both of Elgin; 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Doerner were conducted at 2 p.m. from the United Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Niles Stone officiating.1

Family

Franz Doerner b. February 13, 1861
Child

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S6403] Lynn Westphaelinger, e-mail comment on data in Berg, Frank Web Site.

Willard J. "Butch" Duffin1

M, #14528, b. December, 1919
Father*William John Duffin1 b. 1883
Mother*Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett1 b. May 21, 1883, d. March 3, 1970
     His nickname was "Butch." Willard J. "Butch" Duffin, son of William John Duffin and Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett, was born in December, 1919 in Missouri.2
Willard was enumerated as the son of William John Duffin on the 1920 U. S. Census of Jackson Township, Maries County, Missouri. He was listed as a one-month-old boy born in Missouri.2
In October 1940 he was batting .250 for the Vienna Baseball Team. He had 12 hits in 48 at bats.3
Willard married Pauline Hawkins circa 1950 at St. Louis County, Missouri.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1920Jackson Township, Maries County, MissouriWilliam John Duffin2

Family

Pauline Hawkins
Child

Citations

  1. [S389] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County Missouri, Volume III, page 283.
  2. [S342] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William M. Duffin household.
  3. [S4836] Maries County Gazette Newspaper "Official Batting Averages", October 17, 1940, page page 1, column column 3.

Pauline Hawkins1

F, #14529

Family

Willard J. "Butch" Duffin b. December, 1919
Child

Citations

  1. [S389] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County Missouri, Volume III, page 283.

Rebecca Jane "Becky" Duffin1

F, #14530, b. 1962, d. December 19, 1990
Father*Willard J. "Butch" Duffin1 b. December, 1919
Mother*Pauline Hawkins1
     Her nickname was "Becky." Rebecca Jane "Becky" Duffin, daughter of Willard J. "Butch" Duffin and Pauline Hawkins, was born in 1962 in St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Rebecca attended high school at Vienna High School, Vienna, Maries County, Missouri, graduating circa 1980.1
Rebecca received an undergraduate degree from Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri, in 1986. She attended on an athletic scholarship.1

In high school Becky excelled in basketball and softball. In 1978 her Khoury League team placed second in the softball association. Her father and sister, Butch and Phyllis Duffine were manager and coach respectively. In 1979 they placed first in the Khoury Tournament.
Her pitching career took off in her senior year of college, when she began pitching for the "Bears." She was second in the nation in strike-outs in Division I in 1985.
In 1983 the Vienna fast-pitch softball team ended its season with a record of 20-0. She was named All-American in 1985, 1987 and 1988. Becky was a member of the St. Louis Classics team. In seven years she accumulated a 153-24 records, averaging more than 13 strike-outs per seven innings. Her ERA was 0.22.
In 1987 Becky, 26 years old, made headlines as an All-Star Pitcher, when she pitched a 33-inning game lasting five hours in the American Softball Tournament in Omaha, Nebraska. In this gaem she struck out 62 batters, gave up no runs, tow hits and two walks. The score was 1-0.
In the summer of 1987 she pitched for a U.S.A. team in Taiwan and Tokyo, Japan.1 In circa 1988Becky Duffin purchased the Jones Softball School which she renamed "Duffin Softball" and had seen it grown to 400 students at the time of her death. It was located in Missouri.1
Rebecca died on December 19, 1990 in Missouri of melanoma cancer.1
     Rebecca Jane "Becky" Duffin was she was inducted into the Southwest Missouri State University sports hall of fame circa 1991.
Becky had a dream - to be a member of the "Brakettes," a Connecticut World Class team. A few weeks before her death the manager of the team spoke to her by phone about joining their team if an opening should occur. He got approval from his superiors and was wainting for Christmas to offer her a place on their however she died on December 19, 1990 before being infromed of the offer.1

     A large softball field called "Becky Duffin Field" was erected in memory of Rebecca Jane "Becky" Duffin at Vienna, Maries County, Missouri. It was erected by the Lions Club and community of Vienna.1
     Rebecca Jane "Becky" Duffin was inducted posthumous ly into the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame in Women's Fast And Slow Pitch. (www.softball.org/stlouis/Text/Administration/ 02hof/hof02.htm) in 2002.

Citations

  1. [S389] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County Missouri, Volume III, page 283.

Phyllis Duffin1

F, #14531
Father*Willard J. "Butch" Duffin1 b. December, 1919
Mother*Pauline Hawkins1

Citations

  1. [S389] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County Missouri, Volume III, page 283.

Richard Duffin1

M, #14532
Father*Willard J. "Butch" Duffin1 b. December, 1919
Mother*Pauline Hawkins1

Citations

  1. [S389] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County Missouri, Volume III, page 283.

Louise Duffin1

F, #14533, b. September, 1917
Father*William John Duffin1 b. 1883
Mother*Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett1 b. May 21, 1883, d. March 3, 1970
     Louise Duffin, daughter of William John Duffin and Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett, was born in September, 1917 in Vienna, Maries County, Missouri.1,2
Louise was enumerated as the daughter of William John Duffin on the 1920 U. S. Census of Jackson Township, Maries County, Missouri. She was listed as a two-year-five-month old girl born in Missouri.2
Louise attended high school at Vienna High School, Vienna, Maries County, Missouri, graduating circa 1934.1 She was employed by The Home Advisor Newspaper at Maries County, Missouri, from 1934 to 1939.1 She was employed by Tacoma, Washington Times and St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspapers from 1939 to 1947.1
Louise married Elmer J. Chambers, son of George Chambers and Ida Hutson, on February 23, 1941.1 Louise Duffin was employed by the Belle Banner Newspaper at Belle, Maries County, Missouri, in 1947.1 She and Elmer J. Chambers moved in 1947 to Missouri, from from St. Louis, Missouri.1
Louise Duffin and Elmer J. Chambers purchased the building on the south side of the courthouse square that housed a theater and converted it to a retail store which they operated for five years before selling the business to Joe and Delphia Murphy in 1947 at Missouri.1
Louise Duffin and Elmer J. Chambers purchased the theater from Mr. and Mrs. Dave Forbes, which was operating in the American Legion building and ran this for two years selling to Mr. and Mrs Cleon Crum in 1952 at Missouri.1
Louise Duffin and Elmer J. Chambers purchased the Vienna Durg Store from Mr. and Mrs. Willard Shockley, located where the Maries County Bank now stands. When the bank purchased the building, the Chambers moved their business to the Legion building and expanded it to include gifts and shoes.. The business outgrew the building and Elmer and Louise bought property on Highway 63 and built the Chambers store and eventually built branches in St. Roberts, Salem and Warrensburg. in 1954 at Missouri.1
Louise Duffin and Elmer J. Chambers In 1978 they sold the store to Arnold and Ann Bax and retired after 35 years in business in Vienna in 1978 at Missouri.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1920Jackson Township, Maries County, MissouriWilliam John Duffin2

Family

Elmer J. Chambers b. 1918

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.
  2. [S342] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William M. Duffin household.

Elmer J. Chambers1

M, #14534, b. 1918
Father*George Chambers1
Mother*Ida Hutson1
     Elmer was a member of Lions Club, the School Board, the Fair board and City Council at Vienna, Maries County, Missouri.1 Elmer J. Chambers, son of George Chambers and Ida Hutson, was born in 1918 in Vichy, Maries County, Missouri.1
Elmer attended high school at Rolla High School, Rolla, Phelps County, Missouri, graduating circa 1935.1
Elmer married Louise Duffin, daughter of William John Duffin and Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett, on February 23, 1941.1
Elmer served overseas from 1942 to 1945 in the Luzon, Philippine Islands theater of operations, stationed at Luzon, Phillipine Islands. While there he was awarded the Victory Ribbon, American Theater Ribbon, Philippines Liberation Ribbon and Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon.1,2
Elmer was inducted into the U.S. Army on January 27, 1943. His residence at the time was Vienna, Missouri.2 He was employed at St. Louis, Missouri, from 1945 to 1947.1
Elmer was released from active military duty on February 16, 1946 at Jefferson Barracks, Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri. At the time of his discharge he held the rank of Sergeant.2
Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin purchased the building on the south side of the courthouse square that housed a theater and converted it to a retail store which they operated for five years before selling the business to Joe and Delphia Murphy in 1947 at Missouri.1 Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin moved in 1947 to Missouri, from from St. Louis, Missouri.1
Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin purchased the theater from Mr. and Mrs. Dave Forbes, which was operating in the American Legion building and ran this for two years selling to Mr. and Mrs Cleon Crum in 1952 at Missouri.1
Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin purchased the Vienna Durg Store from Mr. and Mrs. Willard Shockley, located where the Maries County Bank now stands. When the bank purchased the building, the Chambers moved their business to the Legion building and expanded it to include gifts and shoes.. The business outgrew the building and Elmer and Louise bought property on Highway 63 and built the Chambers store and eventually built branches in St. Roberts, Salem and Warrensburg. in 1954 at Missouri.1
Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin In 1978 they sold the store to Arnold and Ann Bax and retired after 35 years in business in Vienna in 1978 at Missouri.1

Family

Louise Duffin b. September, 1917

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.
  2. [S2090] The Maries Countian, Summer 2011.

George Chambers1

M, #14535
     2
George Chambers And Ida Hutson Wedding

George married Ida Hutson.1

Family

Ida Hutson
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.
  2. [S6186] Public Member Trees, Ancestry.com (database online), 2006.

Ida Hutson1

F, #14536
     2
George Chambers And Ida Hutson Wedding

Ida married George Chambers.1

Family

George Chambers
Child

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.
  2. [S6186] Public Member Trees, Ancestry.com (database online), 2006.

Linda Chambers1

F, #14537
Father*Elmer J. Chambers1 b. 1918
Mother*Louise Duffin1 b. September, 1917
     Linda married Robert Schrader.1

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Peggy Chambers1

F, #14538
Father*Elmer J. Chambers1 b. 1918
Mother*Louise Duffin1 b. September, 1917
     Peggy married Bill Lindsey.1

Family

Bill Lindsey

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Robert Schrader1

M, #14539
     Robert married Linda Chambers, daughter of Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin.1

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Kellie Schrader1

F, #14540
Father*Robert Schrader1
Mother*Linda Chambers1

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Kim Schrader1

F, #14541
Father*Robert Schrader1
Mother*Linda Chambers1

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Bill Lindsey1

M, #14542
     Bill married Peggy Chambers, daughter of Elmer J. Chambers and Louise Duffin.1

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Brian Lindsey1

M, #14543
Father*Bill Lindsey1
Mother*Peggy Chambers1

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 169.

Jeffries Alia "Jeff" Duffin1

M, #14544, b. January 9, 1911
Father*William John Duffin1 b. 1883
Mother*Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett1 b. May 21, 1883, d. March 3, 1970
     His nickname was "Jeff."2 Jeffries Alia "Jeff" Duffin, son of William John Duffin and Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett, was born on January 9, 1911 in Maries County, Missouri.1,3
Jeffries attended grade school at Bend School, Maries County, Missouri, circa 1915. He attended first grade.1
Jeffries attended high school at Vienna School, Vienna, Maries County, Missouri, from 1917 to 1928.1
Jeffries was enumerated as the son of William John Duffin on the 1920 U. S. Census of Jackson Township, Maries County, Missouri. He was listed as a nine-year-old boy born in Missouri and attending school.3
Jeffries attended high school at Vienna High School, Vienna, Maries County, Missouri, graduating May 18, 1928.1
Jeffries married Charlotte Louise "Lottie" Finn, daughter of Coleman Finn and Nettie Ann Copeland, on January 28, 1933 at Potosi, Washington County, Missouri.1
In October 1940 he was batting .375 for the Vienna Baseball Team. He had 12 hits in 23 at bats.2
Jeffries served from 1943 to 1946 in the U.S. Army, stationed at Jefferson Barracks, Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Jeffries died on May 24, 2002 at age 91. His obituary was published in an unknown newspaper in May, 2002.4 His obituary stated:
Jeffries Alia "Jeff" Duffin, 91, of Vienna, was born on January 9, 1911, at Vienna, a son of William John and Rebecca Ann Noblett Duncan, and died at 7:23 a.m., Friday morning, May 24, 2002 at his residence after passing away in his sleep.
Jeff was united in marriage on January 28, 1933, at Potosi, to the former Miss Lottie Louise Finn, and to the union, three children were born.
He was preceded in death by his wife on November 14, 1984; his infant son, Donald Duffin in 1948; his father on June 26, 1961; his mother on March 3, 1970; one brother, Willard John Duffin; and his sister, Mary Louise Chambers on March 10, 2002.
Jeff was a member of the Vienna United Methodist Church, Coffey Brothers Memorial American Legion Post No. 12 in Vienna, and a United State Army Veteran of World War II. He was a former member of the Maries R-I School Board, serving as Treasurer and the Vienna Lions Club. For many years, Jeff was the manager of the Vienna Girls softball Summer League Team. He led his team in winning 100 consecutive games before a loss and to play in many state tournaments.
In addition to girls softball, Jeff enjoyed gardening, reading, Cardinal Baseball and attending his great-grandchildren's soccer games.
Jeff was employed by the Maries County Bank in 1954, being promoted to the position of Cashier in 1968 and serving in that position until 1992. At the time of his death, he was Chairman of the board of Maries County Bank and Chairman of the Board of Maries County Bancorp, Inc. Always faithful to his trust, Jeff worked daily in the bank until his death.
Survivors include: Two daughters and one son-in-law, Kay and Tom Eads of Vienna and Sue Hollis of Vienna; two granddaughters and grandsons-in-law, Kristy and Terry Helton of Vienna and Anita and John Makings of Marshall; six great-grandchildren, Ashlyn, Trent, Traeton, Taner and Teegan Helton, and Duffin F. Makings; one brother and sister-in-law, Henry "Red" and Virginia Duffin of Vienna; one brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Willard E. "Decky" and Byrnece Finn of Vienna; nephews, nieces and other relatives and friends.
Fond and precious memories of Jeff will long be remembered in the hearts of his dear family and all who knew and loved him.
Funeral services were conducted at 2:00 p.m., Sunday afternoon, May 26, 2002, in the Vienna United Methodist Church with Rev. Karen Alden, pastor, officiating. The United Methodist Church Choir sang "In The Garden", "Amazing Grace" and "Shall We Gather At The River".
Burial:
Vienna Public Cemetery
Vienna
Maries County
Missouri, USA
4
He was buried in Vienna Public Cemetery in Vienna, Maries County, Missouri.4

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1920Jackson Township, Maries County, MissouriWilliam John Duffin3

Family

Charlotte Louise "Lottie" Finn b. January 27, 1912

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 204-205.
  2. [S4836] Maries County Gazette Newspaper "Official Batting Averages", October 17, 1940, page page 1, column column 3.
  3. [S342] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William M. Duffin household.
  4. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Charlotte Louise "Lottie" Finn1

F, #14545, b. January 27, 1912
Father*Coleman Finn1 b. May 26, 1881, d. September 28, 1953
Mother*Nettie Ann Copeland1 b. February, 1885, d. 1960
     Her nickname was "Lottie." Charlotte Louise "Lottie" Finn, daughter of Coleman Finn and Nettie Ann Copeland, was born on January 27, 1912 in Maries County, Missouri.1
She lived with her parents, Nettie and Coleman, from 1930 to 1953 at Jackson Township, Maries County, Missouri.2,3
Charlotte was enumerated as the daughter of Coleman Finn on the 1930 U. S. Census of Jackson Township, Missouri. She was listed as an 18-year-old girl born in Missouri as were her parents, she was attending school.2
Charlotte attended high school at Vienna High School, Vienna, Maries County, Missouri, graduating May 16, 1930.1
Charlotte attended college at Southwest Missouri State College, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri, in 1932.1

Charlotte married Jeffries Alia "Jeff" Duffin, son of William John Duffin and Rebecca Ann "Becca" Noblett, on January 28, 1933 at Potosi, Washington County, Missouri.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Jackson Township, Maries County, MissouriColeman Finn2

Family

Jeffries Alia "Jeff" Duffin b. January 9, 1911

Citations

  1. [S388] Historical Society of Maries County, Maries County, Missouri, Volume II, page 204-205.
  2. [S2113] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Coleman Finn household.
  3. [S5253] Coleman Finn Death Certificate.

Concordia Church (Kirkwood, MO)

?, #14546
First Church Building
Concordia Lutheran Church
First School and Parsonage
     Concordia Church (Kirkwood, MO) is located at 505 South Kirkwood Road in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. A Lutheran denomination church.
••••••••• Events •••••••••.

Marriage: Henry Andrew Berg to Lydia Marie Schoettle on December 12, 1900.1,2
Marriage: William Casper Bopp to Emma K. Huber on August 4, 1901.1,3
Baptism: Elmer Henry Julian William Berg on April 20, 1902 by Reverend P. G. Heckel.4
Baptism: Henry Alexander Berg on February 20, 1910.5
Baptism: David Francis George Berg on December 14, 1913.
Baptism: Dorothea Josephine Marie Berg on January 10, 1915.6
Funeral: Andrew Bopp on April 11, 1915.7
First Communion: Elmer Henry Julian William Berg on June 4, 1916.8
Confirmation: Elmer Henry Julian William Berg on June 4, 1916.8
Christening: Mary Katherine Berg in June, 1917.9
Funeral: Fernandina "Dina" Niemann on August 6, 1918.10
Marriage: George W. Lambertson to Hilda Kathryn Lochhaas on May 1, 1920.1,11
Funeral: Peter Bopp Jr on May 8, 1923.12
Confirmation: Henry Alexander Berg on April 27, 1924.13
Funeral: Catherine Christina "Kate" Schoettle on September 14, 1926 by Reverend William Maschoff.14
Confirmation: David Francis George Berg on April 10, 1927.
Confirmation: Dorothea Josephine Marie Berg on April 1, 1928.6
Funeral: George Landvatter on January 23, 1932.15
Funeral: Valentine Bopp on March 2, 1933.16
Funeral: John J. Lochhaas on September 3, 1933.17
Marriage: David Francis George Berg to Laura Archer Knapp on March 3, 1935.1,18
Funeral: Katherine Leuthauser on October 8, 1936.19
Marriage: Alfred Reinhardt Ernst Hoemann to Dorothea Josephine Marie Berg on October 23, 1937.1,20 Graduated school: Dawn Faye Scutt circa 1942.21
Funeral: Emil Theodor Balthazar Bopp on May 24, 1943.22
Confirmation: Dawn Faye Scutt in May, 1945.21
Funeral: Lydia Marie Schoettle on July 23, 1949 by Reverend K. Hoffman.23,24
Marriage: George Dilworth "Dil" Curdts to Mary Katherine Berg on July 27, 1949.1,25
Funeral: Norman William Berg on March 26, 1962 by Reverend Henry Fisher.26
Funeral: Mabel Sophia Hoffmann on February 27, 1963.27
Marriage: David Wert "Sonny" Berg to Mary Emma Asztalos on October 10, 1964.
Marriage: Huntley Henry Hoemann to Diana Gail Birdsall on August 16, 1969.28
Funeral: Eri William "Mouse" House on September 17, 1981.29
Funeral: Elmer Henry Julian William Berg on September 7, 1984.
Funeral: Inez Henrietta Lochhaas on March 29, 1986.30
Funeral: David Francis George Berg in April, 1988.31
Funeral: Dorothea Josephine Marie Berg on January 22, 1994.32,6
Funeral: Alfred Reinhardt Ernst Hoemann on November 24, 1997.33
Funeral: Laura Archer Knapp on December 2, 1997.34,35
Funeral: Dawn Faye Scutt on April 11, 1998.21,36
Funeral: Hilda R. Taucher on May 9, 2002.37
Funeral: John C. Gerlach on August 20, 2985.38

Citations

  1. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  2. [S89] Berg - Schoettle marriage license.
  3. [S4848] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
  4. [S240] Elmer Henry Berg Sr. baptismal record.
  5. [S610] Henry A. Berg Jr. baptismal record.
  6. [S75] Dorothea Berg Hoeman Funeral Program.
  7. [S4291] Andrew Bopp Sr. Obituary, April 10, 1918.
  8. [S92] Research Papers, Berg, Blume and Schoettle Families. Prepared by Marguerite Marie Berg Frese.
  9. [S83] Marguerite Marie Berg Frese, Family Group Sheet for Berg, Shoettle and Blume Family.
  10. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Fernandina Lochhaas Obituary", August 4, 1918, page 39.
  11. [S463] Research Papers, Berg, Blume and Schoettle Families. Prepared by Dorothea Berg Hoemann.
  12. [S4294] Peter Bopp Sr. Obituary, May 7, 1923.
  13. [S611] Henry A. Berg Jr. confirmation record.
  14. [S843] Katherine Schoettle Lochhaas Obituary, September 11, 1926.
  15. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "George Landvatter Sr Obituary", January 21, 1932.
  16. [S4292] Valentine Bopp Sr. Obituary, February 28, 1933.
  17. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Christiana Diem Obituary", February 25, 1917, page 39.
  18. [S98] Berg - Scutt marriage license.
  19. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Katherine Bopp Obituary", October 7, 1936, page 36.
  20. [S91] Hoemann - Berg marriage license.
  21. [S395] Dawn Scutt Berg Funeral Program.
  22. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Theodore Bopp Sr. Obituary", May 23, 1934, page 26.
  23. [S42] Lydia M. Berg obituary, July 20, 1949.
  24. [S1765] Funeral Home Record for Burial of Lydia Schoettle Berg, Dated July 19, 1949 , Bopp Funeral Home, Kirkwood, Missouri.
  25. [S99] Curdts - Berg marriage license.
  26. [S1763] Funeral Home Record for Burial of Norman W. Berg, Dated March 23, 1962 , Bopp Funeral Home, Kirkwood, Missouri.
  27. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Mabel S. Rauschkolb Obituary", February 25, 1963, page 15.
  28. [S2121] Huntley Hoemann, Family Group Sheet for Hoemann Family.
  29. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Eri W. House Obituary", September 16, 1981, page 11.
  30. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Inez House Obituary", March 29, 1986, page 10.
  31. [S116] David F. Berg Obituary, April 19, 1988.
  32. [S37] Dorothea Berg Hoemann Obituary.
  33. [S223] Alfred R. Hoemann Funeral Program.
  34. [S706] Laura A. Berg Obituary, November 29, 1997.
  35. [S231] Laura A. Berg Funeral Program.
  36. [S781] Dawn Berg Kopff Obituary, April 10, 1998.
  37. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Hilda R. Goeggel Obituary", May 7, 2002, page 19.
  38. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "John C. Gerlach Obituary", August 20, 1985, page 20.

Church of the Open Door Church (Webster Groves, MO)

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     Church of the Open Door Church (Webster Groves, MO) is located at 9440 Big Bend Boulevard in Webster Groves, St. Louis County, Missouri.
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Marriage: Norman William Reinhardt Berg Jr. to Sandra Eleanor Higgenbottom on June 5, 1965.

Immaculate Conception Church (Jefferson City, MO)

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Immaculate Conception Church
Jefferson City, Missouri
     A Catholic denomination church.
     Immaculate Conception Church (Jefferson City, MO) lived at McCarty Street in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, 38.564875,-92.15947.
Immaculate Conception Founded in 1913. Parish Observing 50th Anniversary.
Bishop Joseph M. Marling will preside at Solemn High Masses at 12:30 and 4:30 p. m. today in observance of the Golden Jubilee of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Jefferson City. The parish was founded in 1913 by the Rev. John B. Pleus in two small frame dwelling on the present church site at the corner of Clark Avenue and E. McCarty Street. The first Mass was celebrated in one of the structures on July 27, 1913. The other building was used as a temporary rectory. The same year a combination church and school building was erected with the first Mass in the new church (now the old school building) was celebrated on Christmas Day, 1913. Father Pleus enlarged the school, opened under direction of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word in 1914, and built the present church in 1922. He became a domestic prelate in 1940 with the title the Rt. Rev. Monsignor and continued his pastorate until his death on July 24, 1946. The Rev. Aloysius A. Ripper became pastor on Msgr. Pleus' death and continued until 1950 when he was succeeded by the Rev. Paul Kertz. Father Kertz, elevated to Papal Chamberlain with the title of Very Rev. Monsignor in 1957, completed building the new school, the convent and an addition to the rectory and sacristy. He died Feb. 10, 1960. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Gerold J. Kaiser is the present pastor. During this year he has directed construction of a second floor to the new school, providing seven extra classrooms and a library. Msgr. Kaiser will celebrate the Mass at 12:30 p.m. with the Rev. Paul F. Distler, S. J. a former parishioner as deacon and the Rev. William L. Forst. a former priest here, as sub-deacon. Father Ripper will be celebrant at the 4:30 Mass. The Rev. Robert J. Kraus will be deacon and the Very Rev. Msgr. John H. Westhues, subdeacon. Both are priests from the parish. Bishop Marling will preach at both Masses. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. A. Vogelweid, V. G. , P. A. of St. Peter's Cathedral, will give the Jubilee address at dinners in Kertz Auditorium at 2 p. m. and 6 p. m. The Lincoln University Choir under direction of Dr. O. Anderson Fuller will present "Oremus pro Pontifice", (Hymn for the Pope) by Ambrosini at both dinners. A reception in Pleus Hall will follow the dinners. Bishop Marling will also bless the new addition to the school as part of the anniversary observance. Priests formerly stationed at Immaculate Conception who will attend include: Father Ripper and Father Forst and the Revs. Bernard H. Mers, James O'Sullivan, James Fuemmeier, Edward L. Bode, John R. Maguire, Sean J. Smyth and Henry Wiesmann. Other priests who will attend include: the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Bernard A. Timbo, Very Rev. Msgr. Gerald L. Poelker, Very Rev. Msgr. Charles H. Patterson, Very Rev. Msgr. Francis O'Duignan, Very Rev. Denis Monahan, M. S., Rt. Rev. Msgr. Bernard S. Groner, V. F; The Revs. Edward M.l Owens, James Stanley, Joseph Lorenz, Brendan Doyle, Alphonse J. Hoegen, Michael N. Schaller, Robert J. Arnold, Norman J. Ahrens, Henry J. Figge, Peer B. O'Rourke, Leo Holdener, Henry Reichart, Joseph Starmann, John Walsh, Richard Cronin, Herman J. Striewe, Blase J. Scheffer, Arthur J. Mersinger, Raymond F. Weis and Christopher Concannon; Fathers Anthony J. Greliner, Hugh Harkins, S. J., Ronald Groschen, M. S., John Zabelskas, M. S., Richard Michels, M. S.. Brothers Timothy, Bernard, Roland, Leo, Jude, Frederick, Denis and James, all F. S. C..
Nuns expected to attend are: Sisters of Charity of Incarnate Word: Sister Mary Gabriel Landwehr, Sister Mary of the Asumption Vetter, Mother Margaret Ann Bosch, Sister Ann Vincent Meiberger, Mother Mary Rose Forck, Sister Mary Jude Eveler, Mother M. Luke Seeker, Sister M. David Luebbert, Sister M. Josetta Eveler, Sister John Bernard Raithel, Sister Peter Joseph Kaullen, Mother Mary Gerard Forck, Sister M. Petronilla Kramer, Sister Mary Gemma Brown, Sister M. Carolyn Frank, Sister Joseph Sarto Bonnot, Candidate Mary Janet Bode, candidate Barbara Bruemmer, Candidate Lucille Lueckenotte, Candidate Kathleen Menges, Candidate Janet Struempf, Candidate Catherine Vetter. Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth: Sister Frances Cabrini Westhues, Sister Marie Michelle Hiesberger, Maryknoll Sister: Sister Miriam Louise Kroeger, Sister Marie Corinne Rost, Sister Joan Cordes Westhues, Sisters of St. Mary III Order St. Francis, Sister Mary Mercy Hirsch, Sister Mary Bernarda Schnieders. Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters, Sister Louise Wilbers, Sister Eloise Wilbers. Sisters of Loretto at Foot of Cross: Sister M. Hildegarde Schulte. Religious of the Sacred Heart: Mother Corinne Happy. School Sister of Notre Dame: Sister Rose Miriam Wegman. Sisters of III Order St. Francis Peoria: Miss Jeanne Hiesberger. Order of St. Clare: Miss Marilyn Rose.1
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Graduated school: Joseph Anthony Hopen.2
Baptism: Richard William Frank in 1913.3
Marriage: Edward Adam Raithel to Jennie M. Gnagi on April 10, 1915 by Reverend John B. Pleus.4,5,6
Baptism: Anna Elizabeth Frank in 1917.3
First Communion: Charles Joseph Frank on June 8, 1919.7
Confirmation: Charles Joseph Frank on October 10, 1920.7
Baptism: Emily Margaret Frank in 1923.3
Funeral: Mary M. Westerman on November 29, 1929.8
Funeral: Lawrence N. Raithel on March 12, 1932.9
Marriage: Joseph Anthony Hopen to Thelma Mary Mushrush on February 28, 1933.10,11,12
Funeral: Elizabeth M. Westerman on November 11, 1933.13
Marriage: Oliver H. Schneiders to Delphine Kraus on September 21, 1937.14
Funeral: August "Gus" Kline circa December 29, 1940.15
Marriage: Bernard Henry "Ben" Mertens to Ruth Mary Mueller on February 14, 1942 by Reverend John B. Pleus.16,17,18,19,20,21,22
Funeral: Joseph Nicholas Frank on July 27, 1949.23
Marriage: Sammy Raymond Williams to Mary Elizabeth Frank on September 5, 1959 by Paul Kertz.24,25,26,27,19
Funeral: Lena Schrimpf on December 20, 1959.28
Funeral: Roy Henry Paul Kline on March 30, 1960.29
Marriage: Donald Ruben Green to Charlene Augusta Frank on June 8, 1963.16,25,19

Funeral: Annie Twehaus on January 5, 1967.30
Funeral: Elizabeth Cortvrient on April 17, 1969.31
Funeral: Joseph A. Distler on April 22, 1970.32
Ordination: Father Richard William Frank on May 13, 1972.33,25
Funeral: Anton H Diemler on August 12, 1972.34
Funeral: Helen B. "Lena" Bock on December 12, 1972.35,36
Marriage: Maurice Michael Muenks to Jean Marie Frank on May 25, 1974.25,19,37
Funeral: Mary Lucy Sweeney on July 6, 1976.38
Funeral: Helen Leona Raithel on December 1, 1976.39
Funeral: Frederick F. Deck on January 24, 1977.40
Funeral: Charles Joseph Frank on October 15, 1979.41,42,43
Funeral: Augusta Mertens on May 20, 1981.44,45
Funeral: Mary Ann Scheulen on June 8, 1983.46
Marriage: William Edward Howser to Elizabeth Ann Williams on September 17, 1983.47,25,19
Marriage: Douglas Frank Schmitz to Susan Marie Williams on March 3, 1984.48,25,19 Immaculate attended the funeral of Leo William Hirsch on August 24, 1987 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.49
Marriage: Steve Edward Beck to Linda Carol Williams on April 27, 1991.50,51,19
Funeral: Douglas Frank Schmitz on July 9, 1992.52
Funeral: Doris Jerene Raithel on June 5, 1996.53
Funeral: Norvin William Raithel on December 22, 1999.54
Funeral: Stella Philomena Prenger on March 20, 2003.55
Funeral: Elmer Joseph Frank on September 12, 2003.56
Funeral: Elbert Herman Raithel on August 9, 2004.57,58
Funeral: Robert Joseph Kraus on September 19, 2005.59
Funeral: Sammy Raymond Williams on October 26, 2007.27,60
Funeral: Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Pleus on July 7, 2008.61
Funeral: Leroy Charles Hentges on July 18, 2008.62
Marriage: Jessie Marie Howser to Ryan Louis Goff on June 26, 2010.63
Funeral: Florence Verona Raithel on July 17, 2010.64,57
Funeral: Gladys Hilda Raithel on February 21, 2012.65
Funeral: Rosa M. Bisges on February 24, 2012.66
Funeral: Clarence William Bruemmer on March 18, 2014.67
Funeral: Carole Ann Hirsch on December 5, 2015.68

Citations

  1. [S6877] Parish Oberving 50th Anniversary.
  2. [S635] Joseph A. Hopen Obituary, June 15, 1986.
  3. [S4199] Joseph Frank Family Bible.
  4. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, Book 7, page 444.
  5. [S8337] Rrheising (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Heising Family" uploaded January 20, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on January 20, 2014.
  6. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of January 31, 1965, page 2."
  7. [S2667] Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Immaculate Conception JC records.
  8. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune.
  9. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of March 11, 1932, page1."
  10. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of March 1, 1933."
  11. [S6424] Correspondence, Betty Hageman Smith to Linda Frank Berg.
  12. [S7226] Judy Richter Holzhauser, Family Group Sheet for Descendants of Frances Bock Family.
  13. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of November 10, 1933."
  14. [S7111] Jefferon City Daily Capital News "issue of September 22, 1937."
  15. [S6427] Gus Kline Dies.
  16. [S2516] St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, St Stanislaus, Wardsville Church Record Book.
  17. [S5053] Bernard Henry Mertens Funeral Program.
  18. [S5076] Bernard Mertens Obituary, April 17, 2000.
  19. [S626] Merten's Family Reunion Family Listing, 1998.
  20. [S2506] Quentin F. Veit, History of Henry Joseph Mertens and his wife Maria Magdalena Loethen, page 170.
  21. [S6423] Ruth Mary Mertens Obituary.
  22. [S6549] Mertens Anniversary.
  23. [S4839] Joseph N. Frank Obituary, July 27, 1949.
  24. [S2516] St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, St Stanislaus, Wardsville Church Record Book, page 87, Baptismal Register.
  25. [S2781] Frank Family Reunion Listing.
  26. [S3189] Research Papers, Frank family. Prepared by Mary Williams.
  27. [S5860] Sam Williams Obituary, October 23, 2007.
  28. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of December 19, page 2."
  29. [S7397] Funeral Card for Roy Henry Kline.
  30. [S7111] Jefferon City Daily Capital News "issue of January 4, 1967."
  31. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of April 15, 1969."
  32. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of April 20, 1970."
  33. [S30] Father Richard Frank, Documents from Silver Jubiliee of Ordination.
  34. [S6853] Funeral Card for Anton Diemler.
  35. [S6325] Funeral Card for Lena B. Kline.
  36. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of December 10, 1972, page 27."
  37. [S225] Joseph M. Muenks Funeral Program.
  38. [S6825] Funeral Card for Mary Kline Otke.
  39. [S7111] Jefferon City Daily Capital News "issue of November 30, 1976."
  40. [S6855] Funeral Card for Frederick F. Deck.
  41. [S2134] Charles J. Frank Obituary, October 13, 1979.
  42. [S3350] Funeral Home Record for Burial of Charles Joseph Frank, Dated November 1, 1979 , Dulle Funeral Home, Jefferson City, Missouri.
  43. [S3548] Funeral Home Record for Burial of Charles Frank, Dated October 14, 1979 , Dulle Funeral Home, Jefferson City, Missouri.
  44. [S1018] Jessie Paulette Gamm Kittleson, Swillum Family History, from her obituary in Jefferson City, Missouri newspaper.
  45. [S740] Mrs. Augusta Frank obituary, May 19, 1981.
  46. [S6871] Obituary of Mary Ann Raithel.
  47. [S1047] Invitation to William Howser and Elizabeth Williams wedding.
  48. [S1049] Invitation to Douglas Schmitz and Susan Williams wedding.
  49. [S7410] Obituary of Leo Hirsch.
  50. [S2135] Williams - Beck Wedding.
  51. [S4900] Invitation to Steven Beck and Linda Williams wedding.
  52. [S616] Douglas Schmitz Obituary, July 1992.
  53. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of June 3, 1996, page 3."
  54. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of December 21, 1999."
  55. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of March 18, 2003, page 3."
  56. [S4784] Frank Elmer Joseph Obituary, September 10, 2003.
  57. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  58. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of August 8, 2004."
  59. [S7353] Daily Courier "issue of January 8, 2005."
  60. [S5867] Sam Raymond Williams Funeral Program.
  61. [S8673] Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Rackers Funeral Program.
  62. [S6924] Leroy Charles Hentges Obituary, July 16, 2008.
  63. [S6916] Linda and Bob Berg. Invitation to Marriage Ceremony Program, June 26, 2010.
  64. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of July 15, 2010."
  65. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of February 19, 2012."
  66. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of February 22, 2012."
  67. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of March 15, 2014."
  68. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of December 1, 2015."

Notre Dame de Lourdes Church (Wellston, MO)

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Notre Dame de Lourdes Church
Wellston, Missouri
     A Catholic denomination church.
     Notre Dame de Lourdes Church (Wellston, MO) is located at 1701 Kienlen Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.
1902 - 1992. Closed parish - records now at the Archdiocesan Archives. Originally part of St. Rose Parish.
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Baptism: Thomas Edward Madel on October 20, 1907 by Reverend C. F. O'Leary.1
Baptism: Marie Ellen Agnes Madel on July 23, 1911 by Reverend William Nugent.2
Funeral: William J. Whalen on October 14, 1912.3,4
Funeral: Roy Madel on April 13, 1918.5,6 Graduated school: Marie Ellen Agnes Madel in 1926.
Funeral: William Edward Madel on February 24, 1936 by Reverend William J. Dumped.7,8

Citations

  1. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  2. [S728] Ellen Head Madel baptismal record.
  3. [S726] William J. Whelan Obituary, October 13, 1912.
  4. [S738] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1917-1929, page 3.
  5. [S724] Roy Madel Obituary, April 12, 1918.
  6. [S738] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1917-1929, page 7.
  7. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  8. [S1518] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1930 -1973, page 11, line 6.

St. Gerard Majella Church (Kirkwood)

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St. Gerard Majella Catholic Church
Kirkwood, MO
     St. Gerard Majella Church (Kirkwood) is located at 1969 Dougherty Ferry Road in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. A Catholic denomination church.
Formed in 1955.
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Funeral: George A Rekart , Jr on October 22, 1987.1
Funeral: Susan A. Bernard on December 12, 1989.2
Funeral: Patricia Ann Fischer on August 27, 1999.3
Funeral: Gerard F. Stutte on August 27, 1999.4

Citations

  1. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "George A. Rekart Jr. Obituary", October 22, 1987, page 20.
  2. [S6948] St. Louis Post Dispatch "Susan A. Rosemann Obituary", December 11, 1989, page 16.
  3. [S4628] Patricia Ann Stutte Obituary, August 23, 1999.
  4. [S4627] Gerard F. Stutte Sr. Obituary, August 23, 1999.