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Re: Mary KILL (1830-1905) wife of Nick KILL (1805-1899) - obit
Posted by: Sam Bonifas (ID *****6355) Date: February 03, 2008 at 14:17:14
In Reply to: Nicholas KILL (b. 1805-1899) Luxembourg to Ohio - obit by Sam Bonifas of 61

December 25 (Monday, Christmas Day) 1905. Death of Mary _____ Kill.

December 26 (Tuesday) 1905. Death’s Hand. –
Takes From Our Midst Two Ladies, Mesdames Kill and Klinger. –
Mrs. Mary Kill. –
Mrs. Mary Kill, residing near Landeck, [Ohio] died Christmas morning from a complication of diseases, after being ill for some time. She was born in Luenburg, Deiferdam, Germany, and came to this country when but sixteen years of age. She was 75 years of age last November. Her husband Vincent [*] Kill, died about seven ago. She was a mother of two children, Helen and Henry, the latter dying in infancy. Funeral will be held from the Catholic church in Landeck, Wednesday morning at 8:30 o’clock, sun time. Burial in Landeck cemetery.
[*] should be Nicholas.

December 27 (Wednesday) 1905. Death At Landeck. –
Mrs. Mary Kill Died at The Home of John Yoachum,[Yochum] Sunday. –
Sunday morning, at the home of her son-in-law, John Yoachum, [Yochum] in Landeck, Mrs. Mary Kill passed away the result of complication of diseases, and old age. Deceased was born in Luxemburg, Deiferdam, Germany, and at the age of 16 years came to America. At Tiffin she was married to Nicholas Kill. The couple moved to Bascom, Seneca county, for a few years, and then to Landeck, where they lived until their death. Mr. Kill passed away several years ago. For ten years Mrs. Kill had lived with her son-in-law, John Yoachum.[Yochum] She was a mother of two children, one of whom died in infancy. The other is Mrs. Yoachum. [Yochum] Funeral services were held over the remains from the Catholic church at Landeck, this morning and interment was made in the Landeck cemetery.

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