Herman Stammer

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Herman Stammer - 111 l^Woman Is Survived rij^Nine < Ohildren—Fu-...
111 l^Woman Is Survived rij^Nine < Ohildren—Fu- Arrangements Not KatetMliler, 7B; invalid for ' lan threer yena, died this _-ttt:7:10 at her home on Twelfth street. Mrs. Miller I'lstricken by » paralytic stroke yean.ago last Octobe'r and ...been confined to her chair and id\ev»r since. ^^^No;fiineral arrangements will be mtde.untll the arrival of several of herichildren. However it is prob- :;abl«'the last rites will lui held .Thtinday, ' ,, Mrs; Sliller was bom March 8, il861%'in Luxenber?, Germany, '.wlum she lived until she reached (th'elage of years. She then came „^to '^the: Unitd' State's locating in i!t ^Bell4PIaiiie where'she was united ^fln mairiage to Herman Stammer, /^'toithis.union seven child'ren were P'fborh. After the death of Mr. Stani- I'/merr.she was niarried to Charles J 'Milto and to this >union two chil .''^J'lwm were boirn. Mr. Miller died in' Estherville in 1902, 'i: Mrs. Miller is survived by nine children, John Stammer of Belle Flaine, Mrs. William Hartkemeyer of .Van Horn, IVilliBm Stammer of Mottey, Minn., Mrs. Athel Hauk and >Lon Stammer of Estherville, 'George Stammer of Dunnell, Minn. Art Miller, of Cedar Rapids and Charles (Tang) Miller «f Estherville, Estherville, ,„:.•, ——V-R

Clipped from Estherville Daily News22 Dec 1936, TuePage 1

Estherville Daily News (Estherville, Iowa)22 Dec 1936, TuePage 1
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