St. Louis County
Obituary / Death Notices
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Obit: REINHART - On Sunday, Jan. 2, 1916 at 8 p.m., Anna Barbara
Reinhart, beloved mother of William Bucks, Emma Schwable, Lizzie Meyer,
and Christina Nelson, in her eighty-sixth year.
On last Monday
night, the 4th inst, at the residence of Mr. R.C. Elvin, of this city.
Mrs. Joseph Ritchie, of St. Louis, aged twenty years. Mr.
Ritchie came here about two weeks ago in company with his brother, for the
benefit of his health, having been in ill health for ten months past. His
parents were telegraphed for immediately and arrived yesterday evening.
The funeral took place today.
RITCHEY, William F. and
Dora, his wife, who in the wisdom of God were suddenly and
without warning cut off in the prime of life, with no fond
good-byes...Hand in hand they journeyed through life together, and hand in
hand they walked down into the "valley of death". Mr. R. was born and
raised within a few miles of the place where he breathed out his life.
;Mrs R was a native of Tenn, where numerous relatives reside, and where
her people are buried... She joined the church in her youth and by precept
and example she induced her husband to lay hold on the Rock, Jesus Christ,
and journey with her to the promised land. - A brother's tribute. (In the
following week, information was given that they died on 28 Aug 1877 in a
railroad accident. )
Roberts, Walter O., Sr.
Oct. 5, 1972, devoted father of Walter O. Roberts, Jr., and brother of John Roberts, dear grandfather, great grandfather, father in law and brother in law. Prayers 7:30 p.m. Mon. Oct. 9, Roberts Funeral Home, 1416 N. Taylor, Requiem Mass, Tues. 9 a.m. from Blessed Sacrament Church, Kingshighway and Northland, Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visitation after 10 a.m. Mon.
Source: St. Louis Dispatch, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 8, 1972, submitted by Mary Weigandt.
Pocahontas, AR--Mrs. Martha Ann Robinson, 93, of St. Louis, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 26 (1985) in Clay West Nursing Home, St. Charles, Mo. She was born Jan. 1, 1892 in Gatewood, Mo., a daughter of the late Clint and Lucinda Fears Phillips.
She is survived by her husband, James T. Robinson of the home; a son, James C. Robinson of Alton, Ill.; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Windish of St. Ann, Mo., and Mrs. Hassell Cochran of St. Louis; a half-brother, Sid Gazaway of Biggers, AR; and a sister, Mrs. Iva Robinson of Pocahontas; 11 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. last Thursday in the Chapel of McNabb Funeral Home (Pocahontas) with Wayne Williams officiating. Burial followed in Johnston Cemetery with McNabb's in charge.
--Pocahontas Star Herald, March 7, 1985; submitted by Freda Roberts.
Dated 4 Mar 1875
Julius C. Robideaux, the third son of Joseph Robideaux,
founder of St. Joseph, died on the 26th. He was born in St. Louis in 1806,
educated at the University there. When he went to St. Joseph, 9 years ago,
it was but an Indian trading post. He opened the first store there to
trade with the whites.
C. J. Roehr, former
resident, died in St. Louis, Jan 28, (1882) age 34 years and 10 mos.
He leaves a wife and 3 children.
Deceased: Thomas Alexander Rose
John Ross, a young
man 18 years of age, employed at the livery stables of Knap, Stout, &
Co., St. Louis, was kicked in the back of the head by a mule a few days
ago and received fatal injuries.
ROSS – Louisa L, wife of Bro Stephen M
Ross, was born 25 May 1844. She professed religion in Pemiscott co, Mo, in
the summer of 1868. She went to live with Christ on 18 Sept 1877. – Irvin
RYAN - On Sun Oct.27, 1901, at
11:50 o'clock a.m., Patrick Ryan, beloved brother of ?
Ryan and Mrs. Michael Geraghty, aged 43 yrs. The funeral will take place
Tue., Oct. ? at 2 o'clock p.m. from the residence of his father-in-law,
Michael Geraghty, No. 1421 Cleary , to St. Bridget's Church, thence to
Obit: Maj. E. M. Ryland, President of the St. Louis Chamber of
Commerce, died in that city, last Wednesday. He was extensively
known throughout this State, and the news of his death will be unwelcome
tidings to many ears. Proper tributes were paid to his memory by his
many friends in St. Louis.
Former Kansas City Nurse a Suicide - St. Louis, Dec. 8
- After four months of unhappy Bohemian life in St. Louis, a girl killed
herself early this morning at 2655 Lucas Avenue. Her name, according to
two nurses who say they knew her in Kansas City, is Elizabeth Rich. The
police report gives her name as Gladys King and adds that she also was
called Elizabeth Rich and Elizabeth Porter. She came here four months ago.
The girls said they formerly were nurses with her in a Kansas City
Hospital. (Kansas City Times, Kansas City, Kansas, December 9, 1912, front
RUDOLPH, Cyprian P.
- was born in Wilkesbarre, Pa., 7 June 1817; joined M. E. Church in 1830;
and moved to St. Louis in 1846, where he died 22 Oct. 1857. A member of
the Wesley Chapel. By E. M. Marvin. [Source: "Missouri Pioneers County
& Genealogical Records," vol. XVIII by Nadine Hodges and Mrs. Howard
Woodruff; March 1973; tr. by GT Transcription
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