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Re: Nicholas KILL (b.1835) - Funeral 1908
Posted by: Sam Bonifas (ID *****6355) Date: February 03, 2008 at 14:02:40
In Reply to: Re: Nicholas KILL (b.1835) - Obit 1908 by Sam Bonifas of 61

May 4 (Monday) 1908. FUNERAL SERVICES. –
Remains of Nicholas Kill … Laid to Rest. –
The remains of the late Nicholas Kill were brought to Delphos at 10:45, Monday morning, on a special car on the traction line, from Lima, accompanied by a large number of relatives and friends, The funeral services were held at St. John’s church, in South Lima, conducted by Rev. Fr. Schwertner. The funeral party drove from Delphos to Landeck, where interred was made in the Catholic cemetery. The pall bearers were Louis Shaffer, Chas. Mueller, John Meyers, Chas. Freund, J. B. Schwinnen and Henry Metzger. About fifty Delphos and Landeck people went to Lima to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. John Hotz, Felix Steinle and others accompanied the funeral party to Landeck.
[Delphos Daily Herald]

May 6 (Wednesday) 1908. CONSIGNED TO EARTH ---
Remains of Nicholas Kill Brought Here from Lima and Taken to Landeck for Burial. ---
Funeral services over the remains of Nicholas Kill were held at St. John’s Catholic church in Lima, Saturday morning, conducted by Rev. Fr. Schwertner. The remains were brought to Delphos over the traction line at 10:45, and were taken from here to Landeck for burial in the Catholic cemetery there. The services, both at the church in Lima and at the grave in Landeck, were attended by a large number of people of Delphos and Landeck and vicinity, who knew the deceased while he resided near Landeck. The pall bearers were: J. B. Schwinnen, Henry Metzger, John Meyers, Chas. Freund, Louis Shaffer and Chas. Mueller.
[Delphos Twice-A-Week Courant]


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