John Uehling16 Sep 1867 - 10 Apr 1955John Uehling was born 16 Sep 1867 at Hooper, Dodge Co., NE to Oswald Uehling and Elizabeth Ann Keller, before his family moved to Wood Lake, Cherry Co., NE to homestead. He later moved to Liberty, MO. His wife, Amelia Charlotte Wagner Uehling preceded him in death 06 Mar 1953. Survivors are six daughters: Mrs. William Wilkinson of Sun Valley, CA, Mrs. Joe Brooks, Brownington, MO, Mrs. Howard Smith of Weatherby, MO, Mrs Pearl Myers, Mrs. E.R. Morland, and Mrs. Francis Carter, all of Kansas City, MO; one son, Cornelius of Kansas City, MO; four sisters: Mrs. Chester Forbes, Scottsbluffs, Mrs. R.L. Miller, Englewood, CO, Mrs Albert Bott and Mrs. C.G. Fritz of Omaha, NE. Funeral services here held in Hooper NE with burial in Logan Cemetery.
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02 Jun 1872 - 06 Mar 1953Amelia Charlotte Wagner Uehling was born 02 Jun 1872 to Carl Ludwig August Wagner and Elizabeth Ann Uehling in Hooper, NE. She lived in Wood Lake, NE before moving to Kansas City, MO area. Funeral services were held at Wollmer and Warne Funeral Home in Hooper with the Rev. Paul Moessner officiating. Burial was in Logan Cemetery. Surviving are her widower, John Martin Uehling, one son, Cornelius of Kansas City, six daughters, Mrs. William Wilkinson of Sun Valley, CA, Mrs. Pearl Myers, Mrs. Eugene Morlang, Mrs. Francis R. Carter, all of Kansas City, Mrs. Joe Brooks of Kansas, and Mrs. Howard C. Smith of Weatherby, MO, three brothers, william Wagner of Neligh, Edward Wagner of Hooper and Gilbert Wagner of Morrill, six sisters, Mrs. Henry Mallette, Mrs. Ben Ott, Mrs. Herman Janssen, Mrs. Alfred Stroh, and Mrs. Fred Dierking all of Hooper, and Mrs. Isaac Mallett of Craig, NE.
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Mrs. Lillian Bullock Underwood, 72, of 5522 Aberdeen, Fairway, died yesterday at St. Joseph hospital. She was born in Linden in Clay County and was a lifelong area resident. Mrs. Underwood was a member of the Country Club Christian church. Surviving are her husband, Dr. Ross H. Underwood of the home; two sons, Dr. Dick Underwood, 2008 West Ninety-fifth, Leawood, and William Underwood, Washington; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Groner, 7540 Aberdeen, Prairie Village; a brother, Ernest Bullock, St. Petersburg, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Aker, Parkville; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 o’clock Thursday at the Newcomer chapel, Brush Creek and the Paseo; burial in Mount Moriah cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8 o’clock tonight at the chapel.
The Kansas City Times (Kansas City, MO) – Wednesday, January 12, 1966
Submitted by Jim Dezotell
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