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- . by - a ' - , - family hjsve yet In their possesslonth buckle fc wore on his bH when running to a tire.' Mr. Youngerrnan was m proml - uat Odd Tetliw. being secretary of Ger - 4 niania Lods for .several terms. He was . loan association organised In Indianapolis, lie was a tutrntr of the German Luthtr - aa church. Mr. Toungertnan u4 to say ttat taer wersr oafy si Germans In In - ai.tnapollt when he came to the town. He was oa ot the few mtn left wnose for - tune K was to lndianapoUs grow from a hamlet to a city. He was a man of sterling business qualities and great strength of character, and energy, and thought. He had been an invalid for years, but his death was a .shock t the fdjnily and neighbors, as he literally "died on his fitt." Mr. Youngerman married In ISO Miss Matilda Lansenberg, of Indianapolis. She with seven children of a family of nine, survives him. Scott. Arthur and Albert, the three sons, are married, and live near home. - The four daughters are Mrs. O. C. Webb. Mrs. Charley Loomls, Mrs. Elrmr Covedale and Miss Emma - Youngtrman. Funeral will be held to - morrow, 2 p.m., at tne borne. ' - ' V ' r a

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 27 Jun 1896, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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