Clipped From The Daily Review
of to has af- on A D S an C. A MRS. ELMER MARTIN'S MOTHER DIES ABROAD Word was received In Lincoln by Jamily of Mrs. Caroline Gessner of her death, which was very sudden, and dace on June 10, while she was islt to her birthplace In Mosbach, Baden, Germany. The death It Is though was caused by heart trouble. On April 30 Mrs. Gessner, in with Mrs. Margaret Renter of Chicago, called on the Kalsertn Augusta Victoria or MOB bach, Germany, their former lome. Mrs. Gessner was In good health Then' she left Lincoln, although at ir/ies she was subject to heart trouble. She was taken 111 on the last day of :rip across the water and was forced :o postpone'her trip from Hamburg Baden for several days. She recovered 'rom her attack and it was while aing her sister at Mosbach, that she was stricken. On the morning of June 10 at 3:30 o'clock, she was taken suddenly 111 and expired that afternoon 4 o'clock. . Â·' On May 28 at the home of her George Nelius, In Baden, she celebrated her sixty-fourth birthday and spent four days In that vicinity. Caroline Sophia Nelius was born In Mosbach, Balden. Germany, May 28, In 1882. when she was a girl of only fourteen years of age, ahe came to inois and settled In Lincoln, where 1868 she was married to Gottlieb Gessner, who died a number of years Surviving the deceased are the fol- owtng children: Mrs. Elmer Martin this city, Mrs. B. A. Renter of Mra. S. W. Cooper of Lincoln, Miss Caroline Gessner, at home. The-brother and sister In Germany also survive. It Is the desire of the children of the -deceased that the remains be brought back to Lincoln for Interment, and arrangements for carrying out their desires are being made.