Mr. William Kollenborn, father of Mrs. Olive Hathaway of this city, died suddenly early Tuesday morning at his home here, aged 97 years and 9 months. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian church, and interment will be made in the Moran Cemetery.
The Iola Register, Thursday Evening, July9, 1925

Mrs. Charlotte Kollenborn Dead
Mrs. Charlotte Kollenborn, aged 85 years, passed away here yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home in LaHarpe. The funeral service will be held from the Presbyterian Church in LaHarpe Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Truesdale officiating. Burial will take place in the Moran Cemetery.
The Iola Daily Register, Saturday Evening, August 7, 1926


Mrs. Kollenborn, who suffered a stroke of paralysis several months ago and who has been critically ill ever since, passed away today about noon. It was not reported just what funeral arrangements had been made.
The Iola Daily Register, Saturday Evening, August 7, 1926



The funeral of James W. Kollenborn, 76, who died Saturday in Wichita, was held this afternoon 2 o’clock at the Sleeper service rooms. Rev. Collins conducted the services and burial was at LaHarpe.

Survivors include: two sons, Mitchell Kollenborn of Wichita, and George Kollenborn of Coolidge, Ariz.; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Bryant of Mullan, Idaho, and Mrs. Nellie Widner of Chlonide, Ariz,; three sisters, Mrs. Olive Hathaway of San Antonio, TX., and Mrs. Lillie Ball and Miss Lottie Kollenborn, both of Clovis, N. M.,; and two brothers, R. F. Kollenborn of Clovis, and Charles Kollenborn of Genesee, Idaho.

Mr. Kollenborn’s wife, as sister of Charles Pennington of Iola, preceded him in death in 1933.
The Iola Daily Register, Monday, March 27, 1939., pg. 1

(This was James Wesley, son of William and Charlotte.
-His wife was Rosa Pennington)

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