Charlotte Hartman 80th Birthday
- I News of the Mrs. Charlotte Hartman Celebrated Eightieth Birthday Yesterday. MET DEATH IN BUFFALO Mrs. Charlotte' Hartman was SO years of age yesterday, and In honor of that auspicious event her descendants, descendants, representing three generations, gathered last evening to do her honor. Airs. Hartman has two sisters living In this city: Mrs. John Meyers, aged 84 years, and Mrs. Carolina Kraft, aged 09 years. These ladies were present last evening to add to the joyousness of the occasion. Mrs. Mey - ' ers was accompanied by her husband. Mrs. Hartman's maiden name " was Charlotte Mlrtz. She was married in J 840 and came to this country in biie nas always resmea nere since. Assembled about her last evening were her four children: Jacob Hartman, Hartman, Mrs. Christian Fickus, Mrs. Charles Lengler and Mrs. John Fickus.' Of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jacob Hartman the following were present: present: Mrs. Peter Kellerman, Misses v Anna, Lotta and Emma, George, Jacob, Jacob, Jr., Charles and Frederick Hartman. Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kellerman . had their son Willard at the birthday ' - celebration. Mr. and Mrs. George Hartman also had their son, George, - Jr., to aid in celebrating the event. Of the children of Mr," and Mrs. Christian Christian Fickus, who were present last evening - , William Fickus, of Fire company company No. 2, was greeted by his grandmother grandmother as the eldest of her grandchildren. grandchildren. Mr and Mrs. William Fickus were accompanied by their sons Harold Harold and William E. Fickus. The other grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. .uv'U,, ......... f " T ' , were: Misses Katie, Mina and Anna, Frederick and Robert Fickus. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lengler who . were present were: Mrs. Frederick Gunter and Miss Marie Marie Lengler. .Mr, and Mrs. Gunter were accompanied by their four - year - old daughter, Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. John Fickus were accompanied, accompanied, by their five children, as follows: Lotta, Lizzie and Emma,, John G. and Charles Fickus. The total number of Mrs. Hartman's descendants present last evening to the fourth generation was 30. The festivities were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlesyiengler, with whom Mrs." - Hartman resides, and it is a singular coincidence that her daughter - in - law, Mrs. Jacob Hartman, also celebrated her birthday anniversary, anniversary, yesterday I lng the forty - ninth recurrence of her natal . day. The added years havemade very little little difference in - her appearance. Phy f ically and mentally she possesses the vigor of a woman twenty - five years her Junior. She said last evening that death had not the least title to her and I she expected to welcome her friends to similar - exercises as ; those they were' participating in last evening, twsnty years hence. She was the recipient recipient of many suitable' gifts. Others besides the members of her own family family who were present last evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mirts, Mr. and Mrs. George Mlrtz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neula, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hehecer, Mr. and Mrs. William Bunce, Mr. and Mrs. William" Fritsch, Mrs. Margaret Gunter, the Misses Anna and Liie Gunter, John Gunter, William William Kcch, Thomas and George Maus. Grifflth D. James presided at the piano. !