Jan 1907: Funeral of A.M. Kleiber

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Jan 1907: Funeral of A.M. Kleiber - One of the Oldest, and Molt Respected Citizens...
One of the Oldest, and Molt Respected Citizens in Houiton Burial ' This Afternoon.- . . A. M. Klelber died at 4:30 o'clock yesterday morning at the residence of his daughtur, Mrs. " Frank W.' VSughan, 239 Roes avenue, Westmoreland. Funeral service will he hold srt the Church of the -Annunciation this afternoon af I o'clock, KovV Father HenntsSy of-f lolattng. - . '"' - . i-,'-'- The following will serve as pallbearers: Honorary Judge W. P. Hamblen, Major John E, Garey, Wllllam Hunter, W. U Macatee, Prof. G. Dnvernoy, Q. A. Fosgard, Edmond Brown. ', Active L. W.' Craig, Bf. q. F. Gambatl,, Frank . Russell,! L- E.J Araum, "nunc. wwin, vi(, jn. ... xiuriey, Thomas Kehoe, F. A. Batjer. .' '-Vj. Mr. Klelber wns born' in Htrsasburar,' Alsace. In Ml, and emigrated to this country, landing In Galveston in 1S41. He lived t lure twenty-two years, marrying In 1868 Miss Alice Edwhrds of that city. In 1863 he moved to Houston, and during the civil, war was retained here by the Confederacy. . looking to the exporting of cotton and the importing of supplies and arms. At the close of the war he formed a partnership, with Major J. E. Garey and conducted a wholesale grocery business for many years at the corner of Travis and Franklin, where the famous old Hutchlns house stood. Later he- bought up some pin. lands, erected ,a saw mill and engaged In th. lumber business, which he continued; up to a. few year ago " He Is survived by one daughter,' Mrs. Frank W. Vaughan, and two sons, A, A: Kleiber ot El Paso and E., G Klelber of this city. 1, .--

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  1. The Houston Post,
  2. 13 Jan 1907, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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