Clipped From The Fort Wayne Sentinel
Anthony J. Schlpeyer Succumbs Succumbs to infirmities - Other Deaths, Anthony Joseph Schlrmeyer, a retired retired shopman, nearly 84 years of age, was found dead in 'bed. at 7 o'clock this morning at the residence of his son - in - law, Q - ustare J. Schmla - man, 1239 Zwing street. - where the aged man had mads his home, for many yearsJ Death had ensued more than an t . , - . .1.. Lt' uour prior in ia. ujnv Araca iurf Sch - mieman, went to the aged man's room, to summon him. to breakfast and found that life 'was extinet. Br, W., W, Barnett, the coroner, 'who was at once summoned, finds that' Mr. Schirmeyer'a death was due to pneu monia, complicated with the lnflrml. ties pf his advanced age. It Is certain certain that Mr. Schlrmeyer ' was alive at 4 o'clock, for members of the family heard him coughing at that hour. Dr. Barnett is of the opinion that death occurred between five and sit o'clock. The aged man was a native of Germany Germany and came to Port Wayne thirtythirty thirtythirty - five years ago. Tor twenty - eight years he was employed at the Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, .shops, but was retired upon an honorable pension by reason of his age some years ago. Since the death of his wife the aged man had made his horns with his Children. Surviving are one son, Charles Schlrmeyer, Schlrmeyer, of thii city, and three daughters daughters Mrs. a. J. Schmiemaa, of this city; Mrs. J. G. Voors, of Chicago, and Mrs. C. Ifettlehorst, of St. Louis. He was an estimable citizen and a devoted member of St. Paul's Catholic Catholic church. The funeral services will probably be held Tuesday morning at 8:30 from the residence and at 9 o'clock fr6m St Paul's church.