Anna Sell Miller

Frederick

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Anna Sell Miller - •URHB MONDAY Kev. J. G. E. Mittermaier to...
•URHB MONDAY Kev. J. G. E. Mittermaier to Officiate Officiate at Serviette for Mrs. Louis B. Miller, North of Delphos — Mrs. Miller Dies Friday _ Husband, Three Daughters and Two Sons Among Survivors. Last rites for Mrs. Louis B. Miller, Miller, a resident of this vicinity for many years, will be held Monday afternoon. A service is to bo conducted conducted at the Miller residence, IlO rth of Delphos, at 1:30 o'clock and the s^rvCp&s ( at ! St. Fetor's Lu^ieran church will begin, -at 2:00 o'clock. The pastor, the Rev. J. G. E. Mitter- maier, will be in charge. Burial will be in West Side cemetery. The remains remains wjll be removed from ths Barter funeral hom e to the Miller residence this afternoon. Tho death of Mrs. Miller occurred at her home at 1:15 p. m. Friday She had 'been in d'eclin.ing health for the past two years and had been more seriously 111 for the past eight weeks. She was the former Anna Margaret Margaret Sell and was born in Upper Bavaria, Germany, on April 3, 18GO, the daughter of Frederick and Sus-, anna Sell. When she was twenty- one years of age, she and a sister, the late Mrs. Joh n Schramm, came to tho United States, settlii'/g in this community. Her marriage to Louis B. Miller took place at the George Miller homestead, north of Delphos on November 25, 1890, the Rev. Paul Mueller, of the Lutheran church, officiating. A celebration was held at the Miller home on Sunday, November 24, in, observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Miller and the silver wedding anniversary of their Ison, Alfred, and his wife. When her death occurred, Mrs. Miller was seventy-four years, eight months and thre e days of age. She was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran, Lutheran, church and of the Ladies' Aid Society ojythe church. Surviving are: the husband; three daughters and two sons, Alfred G. Miller, route three, Delphos; Mrs. Laura Schuck, 704 South Main street; Mrs. Viola tsgrigg, Elida, route one; Mrs. Mildred Wreede, Wapakoneta, route four; and Arthur H. Miller, at home; twelve grandchildren; grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. /

Clipped from Delphos Daily Herald07 Dec 1940, SatPage 3

Delphos Daily Herald (Delphos, Ohio)07 Dec 1940, SatPage 3
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