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||Woman 66, Dies At Home|
SANBORN - Mrs. Dorothy G. Treichler , 66, of 5376 Bridgeman Road, died Monday
(April 26, 1965) at her home after a lengthy illness. Born in Buffalo, she was a daughter, of Joseph and Grace Elmer Albertson. She was a member of Sanborn Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Arthur Treichler; two daughters, Mrs. Beverley Jasinski, Sanborn, and Mrs, Lois ..Calif., two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Sanborn, of Buffalo, and Mrs. Wilbur Treichler, Sanborn; a brother, Edgar Albertson, Buffalo; one grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Pike and Jones Funeral Home, Rev. Benson A, Benton officiating. Burial will be in Mount View Cemetery at Pekln.
|Albertson, Dorothy G. (I31176)
||WOMAN DIES ABOARD TRAIN|
Mrs. Louise Zimmerman Was Going to Michigan to Visit Sister
DEATH CAME SUDDENLY
Stricken in Buffalo and Expired Before Medical Aid Arrived - Heart Failure Is Given As the Cause - Body Will be Brought Home Today
Mrs. Louise Zimmermann, fifty years old, of No. 819 East Robinson street. North Tonawanda. died on a New York Central passenger train just before the Exchange street station in Buffalo was reached at 7:30 o'clock last evening. The woman left North Tonawanda on the 7:09 train and was on her way to Unionville, Mich., to visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Riehman. Death was due to heart failure. Mrs. Zimmerman was accompanied by her son, Edward. She had been ill some time with heart trouble and was stricken with more severe pain than usual as the train pulled into Buffalo. Several passengers lent their assistance in an attempt to revive the woman but she had expired. Death came suddenly. Mrs. Zimmerman hurried her arrangements for the trip to Michigan. This, together with the excitement, which the woman experienced over the thought,of visiting her sister, whom she had not seen for over thirty years, is believed to have been too much for her weakened heart to withstand. Medical Examiner Earl G. Danger had the body removed from the train to the morgue in Buffalo, whence it will be brought to the late home today. Mrs, Zimmerman is survived by four daughters. Miss Rosa Zimmerman, Mrs. Edward Kowsky, and Mrs. Albert Kowsky of North Tonawanda and Mrs. Adam Brietenbach of Shawnee, and five sons, William, John, Edward, Herman and Louis Zimmerman of the Tonawandas. The funeral will be held from the family home at 1:30 o'clock on Sunday afternoon and an hour later from the St. Peter's Church on Thompson street, the Rev. R. A. Salzwedel officiating. Burial will be made in the St. Peter's cemetery on the Boehning Road.
|Grose, Louise Friederike (I10468)
||Woman Is Killed In Falls Blvd.|
A 60-year-old Town of Wheatfield woman became the victim Friday of Niagara County's first traffic fatality of the July 4 weekend. Mrs. Laura Pauline Alles, of 2293 Cayuga Drive, was killed at 9:56 p.m. when hit by a car while crossing Niagara Falls Boulevard a quarter of a mile east of Walmore Road. She was pronounced dead on arrival at Mount St. Mary's Hospital Dr. John Kinzly, Niagara County coroner, and Deputy Sheriff Ernest Longo investigated. Mrs. Alles was struck by a car driven by Thomas Kull, 39, of 1540 Arthur St., Niagara Falls, Ont. Alles' grandson, Kenneth Strassburg, 11, of 923 95th St., who was walking with her, escaped injury. Mr. Hull's car was westbound in Niagara Falls Boulevard. He was not charged. Deputy Longo said Kenneth told him he and his grandmother were waiting at the curb to cross when Mrs. Alles suddenly ran into the highway. Kenneth said he remained at the curb and shouted to his grandmother that a car was coming. Mrs. Alles was born in Colden Aug. 12, 1905. She was the widow of Henry Alles. She is survived by a son, John W. Alles, and a daughter, Mrs. Glenn. (Geraldine) Strassburg, both of Niagara Falls; two sister, Mrs. Robert (Mary) Smith Niagara Falls, and Mrs. Harold (Gladys) Croker, Orchard Park, and a brother, Clifford Allard, Orchard Park. Eight grandchildren also survive. Services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at St. James Lutheran Church, Bergholz. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery. Friends may call at the Otto Redanz Funeral Home after 7 p.m. today and 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
|Allard, Laura Pauline (I16431)
||Woman, 74, Succumbs|
SHAWNEE - Mrs. Minnie L. Bugenhagen, 74, of 4616 Lockport Rd.,'Town of Pendleton, died Saturday (May 30, 1964) in DeGraff Memorial Hospital after a month's illness. She was born Jan. 23, 1890, in Clarence Center, N.Y., the daughter of the late Fred and Minnie Ziemendorf Herbst, and lived in this area for 41 years. She is survived by her husband, Fred J. Bugenhagen; a daughter, Mrs. Everett Masters, Shawnee; two sons, Marvin, Shawnee, and Carlton, Lockport; a sister, Mrs. Sophia Wendler, Darien Center; a brother, Albert Herbst, Lockport, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at the Pike & Jones funeral home, Hoover Rd., Sanborn, 2 p. m. Monday. Rev. Kenneth H. Kolbe officiating. Burial will be in Clarence Center Cemetery. The family will be present at the funeral home from 2-3 p.m. and 7-9 p.m
|Herbst, Wilhelmine (I18024)
||Worker, 66, Found Dead Inside Silo|
LOCKPORT - Niagara County Coroner Dr. Thomas Regan is investigating the death of a 66year old farm hand found in a silo late this morning. Edward Beutel was found in the silo by his employer, Howard Moll, of Robinson Road, Town of Lockport. Niagara County sheriff's deputies, who said Mr. Beutel had apparently been dead for only a Short time, said the South Lockport Volunteer Fire Co. ambulance was sent to the farm, but efforts to revive him were futile."It appears that death was due to natural causes," deputies said. The body was taken to the Pike and Jones Funeral Home, Sanborn, where funeral arrangements were to be made.
The Niagara Gazette
Edward J. Beutel
SANBORN - Edward J. Beutel, 66, of Robinson Road, died at his home Thursday (Sept. 28, 1967). Mr. Beutel had been employed for the last four years as a farm hand at the Adolph Moll farm, where he made his home. Born in the Town of Wheatfield July 5, 1901, he was the son of John and Hulda Pfohl Beutel and had been a resident of the area throughout his life. He had been employed in farm work. at various locations. Survivors include two brothers, William and Hubert Beutel, both of Sanborn; three sisters, Mrs. Edwin Schaal, Wilson, and Mrs. Emil Walck and Mrs. Adolph DeVantier, both of Niagara Falls. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Pike and Jones Funeral Home, the Rev. Alfred W. Walck officiating. Burial will be in Wheatfield Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home, with the family present from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
|Beutel, Edward Johannes (I1422)
||Wounded in action 28 Dec 1944. Awarded the Purple Heart. ||Ferchen, Nathan Oliver (I3799)
||Wounded in the Battle of Cold Harbor on 3 Jun 1864, died from complications resulting from an amputated leg. ||Strassburg, Wilhelm Hermann (I8133)
||WREGE – Elizabeth A. (Hoffmeister), 86, of the Niagara Lutheran Home in Buffalo and formerly of North Tonawanda, died Wednesday (June 12, 1985) at the home. Born in the Town of Wheatfield, she lived in North Tonawanda most of her life and was a member of St. Mark Lutheran Church. She was the wife of the late William F. Wrege Sr. who died in 1976. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jean D. Phillips of North Tonawanda; a son, William F. Wrege Jr. of North Tonawanda; sisters, Christine DeVantier of Niagara Falls and Ella Schroeder of North Tonawanda; and eight grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the FRETTHOLD FUNERAL HOME, 1241 Oliver St. at Ward Rd, from 7-9 p.m. Thursday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mark Lutheran Church. The Rev. Thomas K. Spahn will officiate. Burial will be at White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery, Town of Amherst. Contributions to the St. Mark Lutheran Church are acceptable as tributes. ||Hoffmeister, Elisabeth Adeline Eleonora (I3900)
Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - Monday, February 16, 2004
Alice M. Wright February 14, 2004. Alice M. Wright , 96, of Sherrill, NY, died Saturday. Survivors: two sons: Robert Wright of Sherrill and Richard Wright of Manchester, CT. Services: 5 p.m. Wednesday at Ironside Funeral Home Inc. Calling hours will be 3 to 5 p.m., prior to the service.
|Metcher, Alice Wilhelmine Emelie (I7084)
||WRIGHTS CORNERS MOTHER, 2 TOTS KILLED IN CRASH|
4 Others Hurt; Woman Was Returning From Accident Victim's Funeral
LOCKPORT, Oct. 26 - A mother and her two small children were killed at 4 o'clock-yesterday afternoon in a two-car collision at Slayton Settlement and Orangeport roads, near Gasport. Four other persons were injured. The dead: Mrs. Rose Ann Baehr, 23, of Lockport-Olcott Rd., Wrights Corners. Jerry Baehr, 31/2, Roger Baehr, five weeks. The injured: Clarence Otto Baehr, 27, husband of the dead woman, severe head and internal injuries, condition critical. Paul Piatt, 17, of Appleton, multiple contusions, shock and perhaps internal injuries. Carolyn Thiel, 14, of Barker, jaw fracture, cuts and bruises. Patricia Meland, 15, of Barker, multiple abrasions, shock and possibly a hip fracture.
Trapped Under Car
Sheriffs deputies said all the injured were taken to Lockport City Hospital . They said Baehr was driving one auto, Platt the other. The meland and Thiel girls were riding with Platt Mrs. Baehr was killed instantly when she was thrown from her husband's auto and pinned beneath Piatt's car. The children, also thrown from the car, were rushed to City Hospital, but were pronounced dead on arrival there. The Baehrs were returning home from the funeral of John Leffler Jr., 12, of West Shelby, one of two boys who were burned to death last Thursday when an auto in which they were riding went out of control and down an embankment near Gasport. Yesterday's accident occurred less than a mile from the scene of Thursday's tragedy. Mrs. Baehr was a cousin of the Leffler boy. Mrs. Baehr's brother, Donald Weir of Newfane, said the Baehrs took their baby, Roger, to St. Michael's Church at Wolcottsville yesterday morning to be christened and went from there to the Leffler funeral. Mrs. Baehr lived at Wolcottsville until her marriage about seven years ago.
"Saw Nothing Coming"
Lester Meland of Barker, father of the Meland girl, said his daughter and the Thiel girl had lunch together at noon, then went for a ride with Piatt. All three are students at Barker Central School. Piatt told deputies he was driving south in Orangeport Road, and stopped at the intersection for a boulevard stop sign. "I looked both ways, but saw nothing coming," he said. When he started across Slayton Settlement Road Piatt said, the Baehr car "loomed up from the east," and struck the side of his auto. The careening autos knocked down a power pole, then crashed against a viaduct on the opposite side of the road. The Piatt car had to be raised by passersby before Mrs. Baehr's body could be extricated. Dr. Walter Albach, Newfane coroner, said he would await a complete report of the accident
before issuing death certificates. Funeral plans for the three victims are being completed today.
|Weir, Anna Rose (I18711)
||WULF - Loretta P. (nee Praker) Wulf, 78, of North Tonawanda, Saturday evening (June 11, 1977) at DeGraff Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. A native of North Tonawanda, she had been a resident of the Tonawandas all her life and was the wife of Norman W. Wulf Sr., who died in 1964. Mrs. Wulf was a member and past treasurer of the Women's Auxiliary to DeGraff Memorial Hospital, a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, the Altar Society, Women's Guild and Women's Missionary Society of the church. Lutheran Service Society, Women's Auxiliary of Luther Manor, Golden Agers, North Tonawanda Senior Citizens and the Leisure Club of YWCA. She is survived by two sons, Norman W. Wulf of Dana Point, Calif., and Richard P. (Barbara) Wulf of Amherst, N.Y.; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., today only at John O. Roth Funeral Home, Morgan and William Sts., Tonawanda. A Memorial Service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Immanuel Lutheran Church by the Rev. Robert L. Rickus. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to atte n d . If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Luther Manor, North Tonawanda or Bethesda Lutheran Home. ||Praeker, Loretta M. (I17118)
||WW I draft card reads 30 Dec 1895 ||Werth, Albert Wilhelm Julius (I15380)
||WW I Draft card reads b. 1 Oct 1872 ||Moll, Alfred F. (I7975)
||WW I Draft card reads b. 17 Dec 1891 ||Koithan, Herbert A. (I11212)
||WW I Draft card reads b. 1884, St James Death register reads b. 8 oct 1882 ||Schmidt, Johann Wilhelm Heinrich (I8493)
||WW I Draft card reads b. 28 Feb 1879 ||Toellner, George Fred (I5930)
||WW I Draft Card reads b. 3 Jul 1880 ||Metcher, Wilhelm August (I1335)
||WW I Draft card reads b. 7 Oct 1885. Headstone reads b. 1884 ||Voelker, Christian August Wilhelm (I7410)
||WW I Draft card reads born in N. Tonawanda|
1900 Census reads b. Jan 1892.
|Strasburg, Albert Franklin (I9992)
||WW I Draft Card reads Rudolph August ||Mietz, Rudolph Gustav Adolf (I1636)
||WW I draft card reads Witkop. St. Paul's Cemetery record reads 1891. Must be a typo.|
headstone reads Witkop.
|Witcop, Edward Karl Heinrich (I12795)
||WW I Draft reads b. 25 Nov 1881 ||Strassburg, Albert Johannes Friedrich (I10706)
||WW I draft regist. card reads b. Mar 1896. ||Sattelberg, Herman G. (I13117)
||WW I Draft Registration card reads 9 Nov 1875 ||Bohlman, Charles August (I21830)
||WW I Draft registration card reads b 20 Sep 1883.|
Headstone reads b. 1881.
|Stenzel, William Albert Carl (I13347)
||WW I draft registration card reads b. 14 Feb 1876 ||Stahl, Rudolph R. (I39937)
||WW I Draft Registration reads b. 1891 ||Schmidt, Otto Theodore August (I11114)
||WW I draft registration reads b. 1891 ||Pankow, William Carl Johann (I4846)
||WW I Vet Dies at 83|
William J. Hoffmeister, 83, died Saturday (May 6, 1967) in the Veterans Administration Hospital in Buffalo, after a lengthy illness. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Hoffmeister was the brother of Mrs. Christine DeVantier of this city and Mrs. Ella Schroeder and Mrs. William Wrege Sr., both of North Tonawanda. In addition to the three sisters, Mr. Hoffmeister is survived by a brother, Frederick Hoffmeister of Jamaica, N.Y. The Rev. Robert Lehman of Bergholz will conduct funeral services Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Fretthold Funeral Home, 1241 Oliver St. at Ward Road, in North Tonawanda. Burial will be in the cemetery of St. James Lutheran Church, where Mr. Hoffmeister was a member, in Bergholz.
|Hoffmeister, Wilhelm Johannes Heinrich (I4003)
||WW II Memorial|
North Tonawanda, NY
U.S. Army- SERVED 3 YEARS 1943-1946. 1 YEAR IN NEW GUINEA, 1 YEAR IN THE PHILIPPINES. PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS COMMANDER IN CHIEF.
496th Gun Battalion
|Toellner, Roy William Frederick (I7475)