Cordelia Schildknecht Death 13 May 1916
Dor- McGill Ros- B. Sr.. Jay Dr. G. Mrs. C. PENSION COMES TOO LATE Mrs. Cordelia D. Schildknecht Before Getting Money. Mrs. Cordelia D. Schildknecht, sub. j Dies! i this wfcorÂ»ra0 tbÂ»Â»-o-ldonv of , of i the late David Schildknecht, and for whom a bill was passed at the Cession of the Legislature 'providing for a. pension of $100 per year, died .it Uie Frederick City Hospital about 11 o'clock Thursday morning, aged j;) years. .Mrs. Schildknecht had been in ill health since her husband died last fall. The pension bill was signed by Governor Harrington on May 1. but the aged woman never lived to set the Â·benefit of tho first payment. Tho following sons and daughters survive: Vernon Schildknecht, of \Villiamsport; Charles, Courtney and Roland Schildknecht, all of Ohio; Xewton Schildknecht, of California, and Clifford Schildknecht, of Hagerstown; Mrs. Charles E. Cline, of Wolfsvlllc, and Mrs. Robert Warner, of Hagerstown. The following brothers and sisters ilso survive" Josephus and Carlton Palmer, of Church Hill; Samuel, Elmer and Charles Palmer, all of Ohio. Mrs. Ezra Summers, of Yellow- Springs; Lorin Hoffman, of Middletown; Mrs. Win. Bidlc. and Miss Emma Palmer, both of Frederick. The body was removed from the Frederick City Hospital to the home of Mrs. Charles E. Cline, near vllle. where funeral services will be held prior to the services to be conducted by Rev. W. A. Umberger, pastor, in St. John's Lutheran church Church Hill, at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Burial will be made in cemetery adjoining Uie church. Bittle Bros., of Myersvville. ha\e charge the funeral arrangements, while C. Cline was the local undertaker.