Mrs. Caroline Fruechtenicht, The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Wed, Apr. 14, 1915, p.7
- - . a - - DROPS DEAD WHILE DOINOJOUSe WORK Mrs ;RQsina .Berger tPaSsea Away Following Attack of Heart Trouble. . A few raihiites after. e,rlsuiK; from the .breakfast table. Aednfcsday morning. White .e - ngiiped in;' Jiet houseWld :dtitiei - Wriv'Hoslni iierBef , 2026' Bledmiller itve.r nue, wa,s, suddenly atricken with' heart trouble anil died immediately; She' fell io'thei floor'and when members fef the family Vache4 bersidej life was extinct. extinct. ; ,. ".'',,".;.'! ,' Mt. Tlerper had Veen ailing for the. past eiftlit years but, t. no timji'.B her condition considered eeVioUa and even, while, seated at the table Wednesday mofning seemed .to be iri th bet of spirit: Death' cain at the age df .70 years and six months. !?bo. was the 'i.fe of Valentine . Merger, porn: ih Wuertenberg, Germany, she came to this country and directly ,to Fort WaVne In I860 whero she has re sided ..ever, since, (fhe wa a devot'ud. ihember of the 8t. John Lutheran church and An a'rtiye worker in. all Of. its .jatTnirs.: Mesidea, the husband, she is survived by the following - children.: iirra, Piarles Koheimaun, of Indianapolis Albert llartstein and F.dward, Henry, Oacarj Harlan and. Grover Batich, of this city. J'our grandchildren, two great, grandchildren grandchildren and two sisters and a brother, M,rs. Caroline Fruechtenicht, of Adams townnhip, and Mrs. Barbara Mcaser - chmUlt and Henry Weidener, of (Jer - many, afsq survive her. .