Mrs. Susanna Haas, wife of Mr. Daniel Haas, died at her late home near Centreville, on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, March 5th, 1891.
The deceased was born in Hassloch, Rheinpfalz, Germany, on the 30th day of June, 1821, and consequently was sixty nine years, eight months and five days old at the time of her death. In 1841 she came to America with her parents and located on Horse Prairie near Red Bud, Ill., where she was married to Adam Dietz on March 25, 1844. In 1849 they came to Mascoutah. Mr. Dietz was a wagonmaker by profession and carried on a wagon manufactory in this city up to the time of his death, which occurred April 18th, 1869. On March 5th, 1874, the deceased was again married, this time to her surviving husband, Mr. Daniel Haas, and went with him to his farm in Stookey township where they have lived together happily until her death, which occurred just seventeen years after their marriage. Nine children were born to her by the first union, and none by the second. Three of her children have gone to the grave in advance of her. Her husband, six children and nineteen grandchildren remain to mourn her loss. Her remaining children are: Mrs. Maria Wirth, of Bromington, Henry County, MO; George Dietz, of this city; Fred Dietz, of Belleville; Mrs. Elizabeth Weinerth, of Summerfield; Christian Dietz and Mrs. Anna Merro, of Belleville.
The remains were brought here last Saturday evening and conveyed to the residence of her son, Alderman George Dietz, from where the funeral took place on Sunday afternoon to the Ev. Lutheran church, where services were held by Rev. Kuehn, of Belleville, and then to the city cemetery, where they were laid to rest beside the grave of the deceased's first husband.
Those from a distance who attended the funeral are: Mrs. Louis Damm, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietz, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Dietz, Mr. and Mrs. William Carfey, mr. and Mrs. Henry Lutz, Mr. Freivogel and Mrs. Guentz, of Belleville; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Haas, of Millstadt; Mrs. Elizabeth Weinerth of Summerfield; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haas and Mr. and Mrs. George Merro, of Stookey township.
[Mascoutah Herald, 13 March 1891]
DEATH OF A BABY
Daniel HALLISSEY's six-months-old grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip WILLIAMS, of 509 Walnut avenue, died at 4 o'clock yesterday morning, of congestion of the brain. Several physicians were called in, but the child died before their arrival. Coroner WOODS held an inquest at 3 p. m., yesterday, and the jury brought in a verdict in accordance with the above facts.
[25 July, 1892 - East St. Louis Journal]
BAMMA HAMPTON DIES AT AGE 85; RITES SATURDAY
Mrs. Bamma Hampton, nee Dutton, 85, who had made her home with her granddaughter, Mrs. Edna Schilling, 257 Lebanon avenue until about two months ago, died at 9 a.m. today at the Mather Nursing Home at Alton. Death was due to an extended illness.
Mrs. Hampton was a native of Alabama, and was born there May 2, 1865. Her husband, William Hampton, died in 1916 here in Belleville. One daughter, Mrs. Ida Henderson, preceded her in death.
She is survived by three grandchildren, Edna, wife of John Schilling, 257 Lebanon avenue; Irene, wife of Ben Reissen, 140 Kansas avenue, well known local grocer, and Hayes Henderson, 524 Benton street. Two great-grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services are to be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Pete Gaerdner funeral home, Rev. Russell Phillips, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment will take place in Valhalla Burial Park. Friends may call after 6 o'clock this evening.
[BELLEVILLE DAILY ADVOCATE, Aug. 16, 1950 - donated by Sandy Petri]
A two-year-old child of T. B. HANIFAN, of 312 Brady avenue, died yesterday, of summer complaint. The funeral took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the family residence. The remains were interred at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. [July 15, 1892 - East St. Louis Journal]
Mrs. Edna Hankammer, nee Bereitschaft, 46, Millstadt, died Thursday at St.Elizabeth Hospital, Belleville. She was part owner and sales clerk at Bereitschaft Hardware, Inc., Millstadt.
Surviving are her husband, Warren Hankammer; a daughter, June Hankammer; two sons, Roy and Glen Hankammer, all at home; and a brother, Gerhard Bereitschaft, Millstadt.
Friends may call at the Strauss Funeral Home, Millstadt, after 4 p.m. today until noon, when the body will be taken to Zion United Church of Christ, Millstadt for 2 p.m. services. Burial will be in Mount Evergreen Cemetery, Millstadt... [16 April 1976.]
Henry HARRIS, a Russian Jew, nineteen years of age, who has been living with his parents at the corner of Ninth and Biddle streets, St. Louis, was drowned yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock, in the O. & M. slough, while bathing there with several other youths of his own age. His body was recovered in about half an hour, and was taken to Benner's under taking rooms, where Coroner Woods held an inquest this morning. The jury brought in a verdict of accidental death by drowning. His remains were taken to the home of his parents in St. Louis,, yesterday evening. 25 July, 1892 - East St. Louis Journal
A fifteen-months-old son of Charles HART, of Ninth street and Ohio avenue, died yesterday after a long illness. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The remains were interred in St. Peter's cemetery. [12 August 1892 - East St. Louis Journal]
Mrs. Charles Hauss
The saddest July that falls to our lot to perform is to record the death of one of our loved ones, and all that is within our power to do, when the grim reaper has invaded the circle of those that are dear and near to us, is to strew followers upon the graves of the departed and to cherish their memory, as the holiest legacy they have left us. As we advance in years, we are brought within clearer view of the end and become more reconciled to its dread approach, but when she that is in the full bloom of youth with life's brightest hopes and anticipating before her is ruthlessly torn from our midst, the wisdom of a divine providence indeed appears to us inscrutable, and the wound in our hearts, one that can seldom if ever be entirely healed.
Such a case is the one that has befallen the family of our esteemed fellow citizen Mr. Charles Hauss, in the death of the beautiful young wife of Mr. Charles Hauss, Jr., which occurred last Saturday night, and which has cast a gloom over a large circle of friends and acquantices of the family.
Mrs. Hauss was the beloved daughter of Captain Henry Sackmann, and was married to her sorrowing husband only one year ago. Surrounded by everything that loving hands could do for her, her bright and beautiful presence gave promise of a life filled with happiness. But it was ordained otherwise, for in the joyful anticipation of maternal bliss, she was called to give up her life in giving life to the little innocent being that survives her and who will never be blessed by the loving smile and the tender care that her departed mother would have had for her.
Just one year ago the departed was led to the altar by Mr. Charles Hauss, Jr., one of our prominent merchants and son of Alderman Charles Hauss, and life never had brighter prospects for mortal than that of the newly wedded pair, Mr. and Mrs. Hauss, Jr., took up their residence on Ohio avenue and 10th street, and a happier home than theirs was not within the land, until last Saturday when the grim reaper claimed as his own the beloved wife, the idolized daughter and the loving mother of but a few days.
The funeral took place from the late family residence last Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and the large gathering of mourning friends and relatives that assembled there gave evidence of the love and esteem in which the departed was held by all that knew her. The floral offerings were many and beautiful, and gave voice to the sympathy felt by all that knew her. The floral offerings were many and beautiful, and gave voice to the sympathy felt by the large circle of the friends of the family in this their hour of bereavement.
The remains were borne to their last resting place by Messrs. Ed. Newkirk, T. L. Fekete, Stephen D. Sexon, Frank Gutwald, C. Roeb, Jr., and Andrew Zittel as pall bearers, and were followed by a numerous gathering of sorrowing friends. To the heavily stricken husband and the mourning family of the departed, we express the assurance of our most heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of sad bereavement.
[The East St. Louis Journal, 14 March 1891]
Mrs. Millie Annie Hayden 84, died today at the ?lively nursing home, E.St. Louis. She was born in Ashland, ME. And lived in E.St.Louis for 38 years. Her husband, Herbert E. Died in 1936. Surviving sons, William H. of St. Louis, Mo. Howard O. And Robert H. ,both of E. St. Louis, one sister, Mrs. Florence Hews of Ashland, Me. Kurrus funeral home has charge. [E. St. Louis Journal, March 23, 1959, ]
Charles O. Hayes, 75 of rr 1, E. St. Louis died saturday at Centerville township hospital. Survivors include his wife, Susan Irene, son George O., jr at home, a sister Mrs. Tony (Nellie) Russ of Festus, Mo, two brothers, Mack Hayes, Festus and Charles Hayes of Danby, Mo. Mr. Hayes was a native of Desoto, Mo. Burial will be in Bohneneier Cemetery near Dupo, Illinois. Dashner funeral, Dupo has charge [E. St. Louis Journal, March 23, 1959, ]
Elisabeth Heim, nee Reibel, wife of Mr. John Heim, died on Thursday morning at 7 o'clock, April 9th, 1891, aged sixty-three years, two months and seven days, after an illness of only a few days' duration.
Deceased was born in Heinzenberg near Kirn, Germany, on the 2d of February, 1828, and came to this country in 1853. In 1854 she was married to her surviving husband at New york City. Three children were born to them. One son and two daughters. The son died at the age of one year. The daughter are: Mrs. Nicholas Dolese, who resides at Toronto, Canada, and Miss Elise Heim, who is at home. Besides her husband and two daughters, the deceased leaves three grandchildren to mourn her death. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon. Services will be held in the Catholic church. Interment will be made in the new Catholic cemetery.
[Mascoutah Herald, 10 April, 1891]
Lenzburg - An infant child of Mr. William HEINECKE, which died at Duquoin, was brought here for burial last Saturday and interred in the Dutch Hill graveyard. Mr. HEINECKE was a former resident of this place, and moved to Duquoin a year ago (?). He has our sympathy in his bereavement. [October 4, 1890 - East St. Louis Journal]
BARNEY HENDERSON DIES; FATHER OF LOCAL RESIDENTS
Funeral services for Barney Scott Henderson, 71, the father of three Belleville residents, were held Sunday at Coalmont, Tenn.
Mr. Henderson, who lived at Coalmont, died Friday at a Chattanooga hospital after an extended illness. Death was due to a heart condition.
He was the father of Mrs. Ben Reissen, of 140 Kansas avenue; Mrs. John Schilling, of 257 Lebanon avenue, and Hayes Henderson, of 524 Benton street.
[BELLEVILLE DAILY ADVOCATE, Mar. 20, 1943 - donated by Sandy Petri]
MRS. IDA HENDERSON, 49, NURSE HERE, DIES; FUNERAL RITES MONDAY
Mrs. Ida Mae Henderson, 49, well known nurse, died at 1 o'clock this afternoon at her home, 410 South Jackson street. Death was due to an ailment which developed about a year ago.
Mrs. Henderson was a nurse at St. Elizabeth's hospital and also engaged in private practice.
She was born in Tennessee, May 20, 1885, a daughter of William and Bamma (Dutton) Hampton, both of whom were also born in Tennessee. Her father preceded her in death. Her mother lives at the Henderson home at the South Jackson street address.
Mrs. Henderson married B.S. Henderson in Tennessee in 1900.
In addition to her mother and husband she is survived by a son and two daughters, Hayes Henderson, at home; Irene, wife of Ben Reissen, of 1906 North Church street, who operates a grocery on the West Side, and Miss Edna, at home.
The body will lie in state at the Pete Gaerdner funeral home where the final rites will take place at 1:30 Monday afternoon. Rev. J.W. Patterson, pastor of First Baptist Church will officiate.
[BELLEVILLE DAILY ADVOCATE, June 7, 1935 - donated by Sandy Petri]
Raymond Herb, Jr.
Raymond Herb, Jr., the 11 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Herb, died at their home, 326 Illinois Avenue. The funeral will be held this afternoon from the home to Greenwood Cemetery. Besner-Brichler has charge...E. St. Louis Journal, 8 March 1920
Daniel Hoppes, 11 years old, son of J. R. Hoppes, 705 Piggott Avenue, was drowned in Cahokia creek, near the Mississippi river at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when his head struck a rock and he was rendered unconscious, after diving from a high piling. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1919]
Henry Howard 82, of 124 E.Pleasent Ridge Rd, Collinsville, died at 3:30pm Friday. He had been ill for 3 years. Services will be held at 2pm Monday in the Herbert A. Kassley funeral home, with the Reverend R.H. Mornhinweg officiating.
Mr.Howard retired in 1941 after working most of his life as a motorman for the E.St.Louis Interurban Bus Co.
Survivors include five daughters, Mrs Victor (Leona) Krietemeyer of Collinsville, Mrs. Warren (Della) Spencer, Mrs. Russell (Stella) Wiesemeyer, Mrs.Edward (Ella) Frey, and Mrs.Earl (Dorothy) Faitz, all of Troy, three sons George Howard of Decatur, Elmer J. Howard of Collinsville, and Henry J. Jr. of Belleville, a brother William of Dollinsville , 21 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
[Evening Journal, November 25,1963 - Donated by Billie Trail]
Mrs. Rose Hubert dies at age 78
Mrs. Rose Hubert 78 of 608 East B Street died at 8:15 a.m. today at St Elizabeth Hospital where she had been a patient since Wednesday. She had an extened illness. A daughter of the late Adoph and Theresa Golsch nee Schlosser, she was born at Lenzburg on August 1, 1889. She married William Hubert in St Louis in 1904. Mr Hubert an iron molder died Oct 3, 1960. Surviving are a daughter Florence wife of Warren Keller, 325 Delaware Ave. two brothers, A. J. Golsch, E. St. Louis and Adolph Golsh, New Baden; two sisters Mrs. Lulu Feg, Belleville and Mrs. Elizabeth Ettwein, Warren Mich; 6 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son Wilbert, three sisters and a brother. Mrs. Hubert was a member of Westview Baptist church, order of Eastern Star Chapter 423, the White Shrine and the Senior Citizens Club. Funeral will be held at 2 pm Tuesday from Westview Baptist church to Lake View Memorial Gardens. The Rev. Dr Eugene W Daily pastor will officiate. Friends may call at the Pete Gardner Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Sunday and until nooon Tuesdsay when the body will be taken to church.
[News Democrat Saturday Jan 6, 1968 - Donated by ©Pat Ray Scheele]
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