Catherine Wenrich Field obit

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Catherine Wenrich Field obit - of debility Mrs. street, months was a city of...
of debility Mrs. street, months was a city of St. the leaves Reif - Gil - George brother, nine of of his V75 this War period employment and was a. conductor on that line for some years. Later he was made a train dispatcher and worked in the Oley street office and also after the force was transferred to the upepr station. His next position was that of dispatcher at Port Richmond. Richmond. He was stationed at Sixteenth and Pennsylvania avenue for 10 years and later was dispatcher at Park June, tion, Philadelphia. Deceased was 67 years of age. Besides Besides his widow, Annie, of Maidencreek, he is survived by the following children: children: Harry, John, Laura, wife of Charles Moffett; Jennie, wife of Banja - min McCluen, all of Philadelphia, and Ellen, wife of Albert S. Strunk, of this city. MRS. ELIAS FIELD. , Mrs. Elias Field died at the residence of her son - in - law, Frank Mattis, Ncw - manstown, of general debility, aged 85 years. Deceased was a member of the Lutheran congregation of St. Daniel (Comer) Church. She is survived by six children: William, of Penn; Thomas, Thomas, Womelsdorf; John, Fulton county; Mrs. Albert Fisher, Robesonia; Mrs. Frank Mattis, Newmanstown, and Mrs. I. T. Eckert, Reading; nine grandchildren grandchildren and one great - grandchild; also these sisters, Mrs. Elmira Shower, Reading, and Mrs. Mary Ernst, North Heidelberg. WEDNESDAY FUNERALS. The funeral of Mrs. Lillie May Graeff, wife of Peter B. Graeff, took place from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rauch. 207 South Fifth street, at 8.30 a. nv Following services held at tle house by Rev. John F. Moyer, pastor of the First Reformed Church, the cortege proceeded to the Union Church, at Womelsdorf, where Rev. Edwin S. Leinbach officiated. The pall - bearers were Walter Graeff, IJoyd Graeff, William E. Althouse and Andrew Andrew S. Long. Interment was made in Womelsdorf. Undertaker Theo. C, Au - man had charge. The funeral of Miss Ida Virginia Hahn, who died at the Keystone State Normal School. Kutztown, took place from the home of her brother, Floyd Hahn, 918 North Eighth . - treet. at 1.30 p. m. Services were conducted at the house by Rev. Dr. A. H. Sembower, formerly formerly pastor of the First Baptist Church. The pall - bearers were: John, Floyd and Samuel Hahn, and Frank Brown. Interment was made in Charles

Clipped from Reading Times03 Jun 1909, ThuPage 8

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)03 Jun 1909, ThuPage 8
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