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OBITUARY - BAUMBACH, George Emil
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Submitted by: Janice Young oneyounggg@yahoo.com

George Emil Baumbach was born in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, Aug. 2, 1863, where he resided with his parents, John & Mary E. Baumbach until he reached (illegible) and received his high school education at Blooming Valley, Penn. He was united in marriage to Sarah Deere on April 1st, 1896 in Superior, Nebraska. When he first came to Superior, Nebraska in 1891, he was employed by Mr. R. M. Gomley on the farm where he has lived this last year and where he passed away at the age of 70 years.

He became a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Nelson, Nebraska in 1909.

Mr. Baumbach and his wife were faithful caretakers at the Nuckolls County Poor Farm for twenty one years where he was as kindly thoughtful of those under his care as of his own family.

He was ever a kind and loving husband and father and generous friend to all who knew him.

He leaves to mourn his departure, his wife, seven daughters and two sons; Mrs. Gladys Shaw of Superior, Mrs. Louise Snavely of Superior, Mrs. Mary Theriault of Chicago, Mrs. Ruth Hoover of Wichita Kansas, Maxine, Delos and John, at home; three sisters and a brother, Mrs. Willim B. Jones of Superior, Mrs. Glenn Spencer of Erie Penn, Charles E. Baumbach of Union City, Penn and 12 grandchildren and a host of friends.


THOMPSON, Nannie

My G Grandmother, Ann Thompson, died in the Cass County (poor) farm. Aug 13, 1928. Her Obit found in the Louisville Courier, Friday Aug 17, 1928 another appears in the Plattsmouth Journal, Aug 13, 1928.
Submitted by: Mrs Edmund Zigelhofer e.zigelhofer@attbi.com

NANNIE THOMPSON DIES AT THE COUNTY FARM.

   The death of Nannie Thompson, a former Louisville resident, occurred at the county farm at Plattsmouth on Thursday of last week. She had been in failing health for a number of years and was 80 years old at the time of her passing. She had lived at the county farm for the past 25 years.

   She was the step-daughter of the late William Urwin, one of the early pioners of this part of the county, and the remains were brought to Louisville by the grandchildren of Mr. Urwin for interment in the family lot in River View cemetery. The undertaking firm of Stander & Stander had charage of the funeral and Rev. P.A. Jacobson, an old time friend of the family, conducted the services at the grave in the presence of a few old friends and relatives. Among those present were Robert Urwin, Maude Urwin, Mrs. Simon Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Ball, Mr and Mrs Chester Eager and Postmaster and Mrs. A.A. Jackman. One daughter survives, Mrs. Fred Tapper, of Hemet, California.


  
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