Mary (1867 - 1941)
Surnames: Ohlinger, Lang, Schmitt, Gindt, Apfelbeck, Kaiser, Quinn, Fortman, Kunze, Kuber, Wancha, Kierch, Hughes, Slines, Delix, Ederer, Esslinger
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 02/13/1941
Ohlinger, Mary (27 July 1867 - 9 Feb. 1941)
Mrs. John Ohlinger, a resident of the town of Hull the past 55 years, died at the home of her son, John Ohlinger in the town of Hull Sunday afternoon at 5:45 o’clock following a stroke early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held at St. Mary’s Catholic church Wednesday morning, Rev. L. J. Lang officiating at a requiem mass, and burial was made in the parish cemetery. Pall bearers were Halarian Schmitt, Edwin Gindt, Charles Ohlinger, Gerald Ohlinger, Wyueth Ohlinger and Claude Apfelbeck.
Mrs. Ohlinger, whose maiden name was Mary Kaiser, was born in Ashford, Wis., on July 27th, 1867, thus reaching the age of 78 years, six months and eighteen days. She was married to John Ohlinger on Oct. 27th, 1885, at Rosellville. He preceded her in death August 3, 1939.
Surviving are four sons and six daughters - Bert Ohlinger of Munising, Mich., Eleanor Quinn of Lancaster, Theresa Fortman of Fort Recovery, Ohio, Lawrence Ohlinger of Colby, Susie Gindt of Boyd, Hilda Apfelbeck of Colby, Margaret Apfelbeck of Colby, John Ohlinger of Colby, Loretta Kunze of Abbotsford and Arnold Ohlinger of Colby, Wis. Also one brother, John Kaiser, of Stratford and 56 grand children and one great grand child. Lena Schmitt died June 30, 1923. Two children died in infancy.
Out of town people here for the funeral were Frank Ohlinger and Charlts Kuber of Chicago, Peter Gindt, Barnie Gindt and Dan Kaiser of Lomira, Mr. and Mrs. K. Wancha of Mayville, John Kaiser and sons, George, Myron and Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kierch, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaiser, Matt and Leo Hughes, Miss Margaret Hughes, Florence, Edgar and Leon Kaiser, Earl Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Jean Slines of Stratford, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Delix of Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ederer, Mrs. A. Esslinger, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gindt and Ed. Gindt of Boyd, Henrietta Schmitt of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schmitt of Sopertor, Halarian Schmitt, Isadore Schmitt of Glidden, Genevieve Schmitt of Wenabago, Leon Apfelbeck of Drummond and Charles Ohlinger of Tomahawk.
The deceased was a member of the Christian Mothers of St. Mary’s parish, a faithful member of the church and a member of the Auxiliary of the V.F.W. Like all early settlers, she lived a good Christian life and was of a hospitable and congenial disposition and was well-liked by all who knew her.
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