Obit: Haberland, Anna #2 (1860 - 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Haberland, Zimmer, Brandt

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/3/1918

Haberland, Anna (26 DEC 1860 – 27 SEP 1918)

Mrs. Anna Haberland, beloved wife of Carl Haberland, died on Friday at their home on the north side, after an illness of several months’ duration. She was born Anna Zimmer at Saarbrucken, Germany, on Dec. 26, 1860. She came to this country in1868 and on Aug. 11, 1887, was united in marriage to Carl Haberland. They lived at Racine and Madison for nearly four years and then came to Clark County, living on a farm for some time and then moving to this city where Mr. Haberland took up his trade as a shoemaker. Their years of married life were years of complete happiness and contentment, and an ideal union in every way, for Mrs. Haberland was a cheerful, capable, and conscientious helpmate and presided over her home in a manner which made it an especially happy one. She was a thoroughly good woman and her friends and neighbors all loved and respected her. Mrs. Haberland was buried on Monday afternoon, services being conducted by Rev. Brandt, at the Lutheran Church and interment being made in the Neillsville Cemetery.



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