Morre, Edward Charles

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Mestemach- Hempel- to a on of EDW. MORRE FATALLY INJURED THURSDAY Fifiy-six Fifiy-six Fifiy-six Year Old Man Was Former Resident of Bern and Owensville; Services Sunday Edward Morre of Fenton was killed last Thursday afternoon when the team that he and his helper were hitching to a manure spreader broke loose and ran. Mr. Morre held onto the team as they started to run and it Is believed that his body struck a post then was struck by the wheels of the spreader, killing killing him instantly. Funeral services were held at the St. Peter's Evangelical and Reformed Reformed Church here with interment in the City Cemetery. Rev. H. E. Stahlhu,t conducted the services. The Modern Woodman of America of which Mr. Morre was a member of the local chapter assisted with the services. Mr. Morre is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mra. Pearl Renick and Mrs. Velma Bocek of St. Louis and a son, Kenneth, at borne. He also leaves two grandchildren, grandchildren, three brothers, William Morre of St. Clair, J. J. Morre of Bland and Harris Morre of Hermann; Hermann; one Bister, Mrs. Emily Schmidt of Detroit, Michigan; two half-brothers, half-brothers, half-brothers, August Morre of Independence Independence and Henry Gerken of Bern, and two half-sisters, half-sisters, half-sisters, Mrs. Christine Meyer of Havlland, Kan sas, and Mrs. Malinda Rasslener of Colorado. Edward Charles Morre was born on June 2, 1883, at Drake. He reached the age of 68 years. He was christened and confirmed by Rev. Guenther at ,the M. E. Church at Drake. He took up blacksmlthing as a young man and was located a Tea and later at Moselle. He was married to Miss Mary IngafjB af Union on January 12, 1910. They made their home in Owensvllle, later moving to Oak Hill and thea to Bern where they lived for sixteen sixteen years. Mr. Morre had a blacksmith blacksmith shop at Bern. Four years ago he and his family moved ,to St. Louis county where Mr. Morre was employed as caretaker at the country home of Meyer Brothers of St. Louis, near Fenton. Mr. Morre was a member of St. John's- John's- Evangelical Church at Bern. be In a

Clipped from Gasconade County Republican11 Jan 1940, ThuPage 1

Gasconade County Republican (Owensville, Missouri)11 Jan 1940, ThuPage 1
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