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Mr. Friedman 1839 - 1897


Posted By: Joy Moore (email)
Date: 10/9/2017 at 13:08:06

Iowa Plain Dealer June 11, 1897, LP, C5

FRIEDMAN—At his home in Independence, Iowa, at 12:15 p. m., Sunday, after an extended illness from paralysis of the throat.
This disease was brought on nearly two years ago by over-heating, since which time there has been a gradual wasting of the physical forces until Sunday, when death claimed him for its own.
Deceased was born April 9; 1839, at Brackenheim, Wurtemburg, Germany. He lived in his native town until he was twenty-seven years of age, when, accompanied by his wife, he came to America and settled at once in this city, where he had distant relatives. Here he has since made his home and reared his family, which consist of five children; C. J., of the post office department, Mrs. Annie Hussellmann, of Cresco, Misses Adelphine, Louise, and Rose, the latter a teacher in the West Side school.
Mr. Friedman was a quiet, conscientious and industrious man. Unmindful of the toils and tumults which disturb the lives of many, he pursued his path of life, honorably and quietly. He was best known in his home, where he spent all of his leisure hours, and it is there that his presence will be sorely missed. He was a member of the Lutheran church, and always lived a true Christian life.
The funeral occured{sic} from the family home, Tuesday afternoon, at 2:30, Rev. Christ officiating. Interment at Oakwood cemetery.—Bulleten-Journal.{sic}


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