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Ed Jaeger

Funeral services for the late Edwin H. Jaeger, 54, who died last Friday at his home, 1419 Grand Avenue, Dayton, were conducted Monday morning in the chapel of Woodland Cemetery, the Rev. Hazen G. Werner officiating. He is survived by his widow, a son, a daughter, his mother, Mrs. Caroline Jaeger, one sister and two brothers. He had been a suffer with heart trouble. A native of New Bremen, Mr. Jaeger moved to Dayton with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Jaeger, when but a boy, and resided in Dayton ever since. For a number of years he was the manager of the Peoples Fuel Company. [N.B. Sun, 1/26/1939 - tr. by RuthAnne Wilke]

Henry A. Jaeger
Henry A. Jaeger, 66, former resident of New Bremen, died Friday evening at his home at 1045 Superior Avenue, Dayton, following a four weeks illness with bronchial pneumonia. Mr. Jaeger was born in New Bremen on March 16, 1859, but had lived in Dayton for more than 25 years. He was a traveling salesman for the Charles E. Ritzler Company, soft drink manufacturers, and in this capacity had become well known in several sections of the state.
Surviving members of the family are the widow, Mrs. Caroline Jaeger, three sons, Oscar, Edwin and Vernon Jaeger, and a daughter, Mrs. Robert A. Connelly.
Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the residence. Burial was had in the Woodland Cemetery, Dayton. Those from New Bremen in attendance at the services included Mr. and Mrs. George Thiesing Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knipple and Mrs. Minnie Speckman. [N.B. Sun - 1/14/1926 - tr. by RuthAnne Wilke]

Thomas K. Jay

Word has been received by Mrs. Sarah K. Jay of St. Marys announcing the death of her son, Thomas K. Jay, at Denver, Colo. [Unknown newspaper, May 20, 1917]




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