Obit: Oehldrich, Marie J. (1886 - 1959)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Baumgartner, Bode, Dedering, Grass, Henschel, Koepke, Neuhaus, Oehldrich, Strade, Wagner
----Source: The Sheboygan Press, Friday, April 21, 1959
Oehldrich Marie J. (Neuhaus) (December 1, 1887 - April 24, 1959)
Mrs. Mary Oehldrich
Mrs. Mary (Marie) Oehldrich, 71, a Town of Centerville resident, died suddenly at her home this morning.
She was born in the Town of Newton on Dec. 1, 1887, the daughter of Gerhard and Louisa Neuhaus. On Nov. 17, 1904, she was married to Ervin Oehldrich, and the couple operated a farm in the Town of Cleveland. Following her husbands death in 1947, she remained on the farm, which has since been operated by a son, Robert.
She was a member of St. John and St. Peter Lutheran Church in Cleveland, and of the Ladies Aid Society of that congregation.
Funeral services will be held at St. John-St. Peter Lutheran Church at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon. The Rev. Elden M. Bode will be in charge of services and burial will be in Saxon Cemetery, in the Town of Centerville.
Friends may call at the Stoltenberg Funeral Chapel in Cleveland from 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon until 11 o’clock Monday morning, and then at the church from noon until time of services.
Survivors include five daughters, Mr. Marvin (Lillian) Dedering, Mr. Walter (Helen) Grass, both of Sheboygan, Mrs. Harvey (Norma) Henschel of Town Meeme, Mrs. Henry (Gertrude) Wagner of Kiel, and Mrs. Ralph (Jeanette) Koepke of Adell; six sons Ervin of Sheboygan, Edwin of Howards Grove, and Elmer, Walter, Harvey and Robert, all of Centerville; six brothers, William, Otto and Herbert, all of Colby, and Richard, Edward and Paul, all of Chicago; four sisters, Mrs. Alvina Miller, Mrs. Hulda Strade and Mrs. Ella Baumgartner, all of Colby, and Mrs. Mathilda Miller of Rhine Center, and 21 grandchildren.
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