Paper 2-21934

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Paper 2-21934 - ro-lief Mrs. Langsenkamp Dies; Active in...
ro-lief Mrs. Langsenkamp Dies; Active in Charity Work (Dexhelmrr I'hol.) I MRS. WILLIAM LANGSENKAMP Mrs. William LanRsenkamp, 94 years old, a resident of Indianapolis for eighty-three eighty-three eighty-three years, who had been active for many years in charitable work, died in her home, 2146 North Alabama street, yesterday. Death followed an illness of four weeks. Funeral services will be held in the home at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning and at 10 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery. Mrs. Langsenkamp was born in Renchen, Germany, Aug. K, 18.'!9. She came to America with her parents parents when she was 10 years old. The trip was made in a sailing vessel and seven weeks were required for the crossing. The family lived in Cincinnati, O., two years and came to Indianapolis from there. Mrs. Langsenkamp wan married seventy-two seventy-two seventy-two yars ago in St. Mary's Church. Her husband died seventeen seventeen years ago. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. John Hahing and Miss Lillie Langsenkamp of Indianapolis Indianapolis and Mrs. Leo Sullivan of Mun-cie: Mun-cie: Mun-cie: two sons, Henry Langsenkamp and Frank H. Langsenkamp of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, sixteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Harry L. Blumenthal, 67, I i u misz

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star22 Feb 1934, ThuPage 7

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)22 Feb 1934, ThuPage 7
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