Obit: Noeldner, Ernst (1866 - 1945)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Noeldner, Haessig, McCann, Rottjer, Dux
The Loyal Tribune 02 August 1945
Noeldner, Ernst (25 MAY 1866 - 21 JUL 1945)
Funeral services for Ernst Noeldner, 79, who passed away at his home in the town of Loyal on Saturday, July 21, at 10 p.m., were held Tuesday, July 24, with services conducted at 1:15 p.m. and at the Trinity Lutheran church at 2 p.m. The Rev. J. C. Langholz officiated, and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery. Mr. Noeldner died of old age complications, after a lingering illness.
The deceased was born on May 25, 1866, near Breslau, Germany, receiving his education there, and was confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He came to the United States in 1892 and settled in Clark county. He was employed at various places in this area and out west until 1900, when he bought the 40 acre farm which remained his home until his death, the entire farm now consisting of 200 acres.
On Jan. 31, 1907, he was married to Miss Margaret Haessig at St. Charles, Minn. She survives, together with the following eight children: Mrs. Floyd (Meta) McCann of Milwaukee, Herman, Norbert and Erwin Noeldner, Mrs. William (Emma) Rottjer and Mrs. Erwin (Martha) Dux of Loyal, Leonard Noeldner of Greenwood, and Laura Noeldner, at home. There are also 19 grandchildren and some relatives in Germany.
Serving as pallbearers were some of Mr. Noeldner’s old friends and neighbors: Gust Kuester, Paul Feder, George Kronberger, Frank Dux, Ed Morse, and William Seidelmann.
Those who carried the flowers were Minnie and Florence Kuester, Velma and LaVine Morse, Mary Nystad and Arlene Goetz.
The songs rendered for the service were "Rock of Ages" and "Asleep in Jesus," by Mrs. Romaine Rossow, Ellen Hensler , Margaret Herdrich and Joan Taylor, and a German hymn, "Las Mich Gehen," By Mrs. J. C. Langholz, with Mrs. Jerome Will as accompanist.
Those from away who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McCann and daughters of Milwaukee and Rosie Wegner, Matt Loehrkee and Mr. and Mrs. Gramlau of Mayville.
The Tribune adds its sympathy to that of friends and neighbors to the bereaved family.
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