Morre, Henry William
tJTltmw WATk-n-n WATk-n-n WATk-n-n WATk-n-n WATk-n-n vt-r. vt-r. vt-r. A w I HENRY MORRE OF DRAKE DIES WEDNESDAY MORNING Henry Morre of Drake died at his home early Wednesday morning. He had been seriously ill for several several weeks. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Drake Methodist Church with interment in St. Peter's Cemetery on Highway No. 50. Rev. George Woestemeyer will conduct the services. Mr. Morre Is survived by his wire, and the following children: Mrs. Albert Aufder Heide and Mrs. George Heseniann of St. Louis: Mrs. Alvin Lanenberg. Albert, Oliver and Harvey Morre of Drake and Mrs. Daniel' Tappmeyer of Sparta, niinols. He also leaves eleven grandchildren, one great grandchild, grandchild, one brother, August Morre of Independence. two sisters Mrs. Lena Gleck of Colorado and Mrs. Christina Meyer of Kansas; four half-brothers half-brothers half-brothers Joe Morre of Bland. Edw. Morre of Valley Park, William William Morre of tit. Clair and Harris Morre of Hermann and one half-sister, half-sister, half-sister, Mrs. Otto Schmidt of Detroit. Michigan. Henry Moire was born at Drake where he lived his entire life. He was flrBt married to Amelia Gieck. To them seven children were born, all of whom survive their father. Mrs. Morre died In 1917 and he was later married to Martha Fritze-meyer Fritze-meyer Fritze-meyer who survives. Mr. Morre was a lifelong member of the Drake MethodiBt Church. He was a blacksmith and farmer and was widely known in the county.