Emily S. (1857 - 1930)
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Surnames: DEERING LINDEKUGEL KADOLPH LUTHER
----Source: Loyal Tribune 06 November 1930
Lindekugel, Emily S. (18 MAY 1857 - 23 OCT 1930)
Emily Sophia Deering, wife of Julius Lindekugel, a resident of Clark county for the past forty-five years died Oct. 23, 1930 at the age of 73 years, 5 months and 5 days, after a lingering sickness for six weeks of bronchial pneumonia and gangrene.
She was born at Markbrandenburg, Germany, May 18, 1857 and came from Germany in the year 1882 with her mother, brother and family.
In the year of 1885 she was united in marriage to Julius Lindekugel at West Bloomfield, Wis. They then came to Clark County in the town of Sherman and settled in a 160 acre tract of woods. After many years of hard work it was made into a fine farm, where she remained until her death.
She is survived by her husband Julius Lindekugel, one brother C. A. Deering, Wasta, South Dakota; and the following children Clara, Mrs. Adolph Luther, Town of Sherman; Anna, Mrs. Max Kadolph, Hartford, Wis., Theodore, Town of Sherman and Oscar at home. Two children preceded her in death, Paul in infancy, and Richard in the World War at the age of 29 years. She is also survived by nine grand children.
Deceased has always been a kind and loving wife and mother and always ready to give and help others when in need.
The pallbearers were Wm. Schoengrund, Wm. Schilling, George Knoll, Carl Blado, Fred Luther, and Julius Hinkleman.
The flower girls were Verna Luther, Florence Luther, Adeline Luther, Jeanette Luther,Areline Lindekugel, Eleanor Lindekugel, Nora Trarthe, Verna Kuethe, Ruth Lindekugel, Bernice Kadolph.
Funeral services were held Oct. 25, at the house 1o’clock, and at Trinity Lutheran Church at 2 o’clock in the afternoon at Loyal. She has been a member of the church for the past twenty-seven years. Rev. H. F. Leschensky officiated. The body was laid to rest at the Union cemetery, Loyal.
In the graveyard sweetly sleeping
Where the flowers gently wave.
Lies the one we love so dearly.
Who on earth no one could save.
We loved her yes, we loved her.
But the Savior loved her more.
And we hope again to meet her
And dwell for evermore.
Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Max Kadolph and daughter of Hartford, Wis., Mr. C. A. Deering, Wasta, South Dakota; Mrs. O. Langpap, Kenosha, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindekugel, Frank Lindekugel, Ed. Lindekugel, Mrs. Henry Strehlow and son Harold; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grambsch and son all of Poysippi; Mrs. W. Rheinholt of Stevens Point; Mr. and Mrs. John Kadolph of Waupaca; Mr. and Mrs. W. Trache and daughter of Arpin; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keuthe and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Langpap, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Helmpke, Mr. Gust Grambsch all of Marshfield; Mr. Harold Keuthe, Spencer.
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