BioM: Rinefleisch, Alma (Marriage - 1909)





----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 01/07/1908



William J. Schwarze, one of the West Side's (Greenwood, Clark County) most highly esteemed young men, quietly slipped away several days ago and was married at Wausau Dec. 24, 1908, to Miss Alma Rinefleisch of Mosinee. After the wedding the happy couple left for Mosinee, where they spent a week with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rinefleisch.

Mr. and Mrs. Schwarze arrived here last Thursday evening and will make their home with his parents until spring, when they will move onto his place in the Janesville Settlement. The people of this city and surrounding community wish the happy couple the greatest success through life.




Obit: Schwarze, Alma (1889 - 1933)


 ---------Source: GREENWOOD GLEANER 7/6/1933

---------Surnames: Rindfleisch, Schwarze, Pfeiffer, Brod, Kesler, Franzmeier

Mrs. Wm. J. Schwarze, nee Alma Rindfleisch, was born at Woodland, Wis., on Sept. 2, 1889. In 1891 her parent moved to a tract of land near Mosinee, which they converted to a farm, and it was there that she grew to womanhood.

On Dec. 24, 1908, she was married to Wm. J. Schwarze of this city (Greenwood, Clark County) and has lived here since that time. She is survived by her husband and six sons and three daughters, Ernest, Monroe; Gertrude, Mosinee, Arnold, Athelstane; and Harold, Cecelia, William, Paul, Donald and Arlene at home.

Mrs. Schwarze was 43 years, 9 months and 26 days old at the time of her death, Wednesday morning, June 28, 1933.

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Reformed Church, Rev. E.G. Pfeiffer of this city and rev. Paul Franzmeier of the West Side reformed Church officiated. The church was filled by the many relatives and friends of Mrs. Schwarze and the floral tributes were beautiful. The body was laid to rest in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Other survivors are her mother, Mrs. Ida Rindfleisch, and six sisters, Mrs. Mike Fritch, Miss Rose Rindfleisch, Mrs. Leo Brod, Mrs. Joe
Keissler, Miss Matilda Rindfleisch and three brothers, Otto, Ernest and Emil Rindfleisch, all of Mosinee.




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