John Neubold, Aged 81, Summoned by Death

John Neubold Sr. died at home Millersburg Tuesday night, 15 February 1921. Funeral Saturday, 19 February 1921, burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. Born in Ebdesheim, Germany, came to America at age 18, settled in Reading, Pa., where he was married. Two years later moved to Millersburg where lived for 51 years. Potter, then butcher. Published Thursday, 17 February 1921, page 8, column 1

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John Neubold, Aged 81, Summoned by Death - UPPER END TOWN CITIZM CALLED John Neubold, Aged...
UPPER END TOWN CITIZM CALLED John Neubold, Aged 81, Summoned by Death After Two Weeks Illness MUIersburg, Pa., Feb. 17. Funeral services for John Neubold, Sr., who died at his home in Union street on Tuesday night at 10 o'clock after two weeks of illness, will be held on Saturday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock. Mr. Neubold was born in Ebdesheim. Germany, and came to this country wnen 18 years old. He took up his home in Beading, Fa., where he was married. After two years he came to this place and had resided here for about fifty - one years. In his earlier days he was a potter but later became a Dutcner. xie wmmucu ... that business for1 twelve years; also he was treasurer of Grace Evangelical , Sunday school for thirty - flve years. ; He was 81 years old. His widow and four children survive as follows: Mrs. James Coleman, of Schellington, Pa.; Mrs. W. A. Rhoads, of Reading, and; Ezra and John. Jr., of this place. Five grandchildren and two great - grandchildren also survive. The Rev; Mark JU Burger, of Grace Church, will officiate at the service. Burial will be made in Oak Hill Cemetery. ; , and Mrs. Frederick

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 17 Feb 1921, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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  • John Neubold, Aged 81, Summoned by Death — John Neubold Sr. died at home Millersburg Tuesday night, 15 February 1921. Funeral Saturday, 19 February 1921, burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. Born in Ebdesheim, Germany, came to America at age 18, settled in Reading, Pa., where he was married. Two years later moved to Millersburg where lived for 51 years. Potter, then butcher. Published Thursday, 17 February 1921, page 8, column 1

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