1934/07/12 ~ USA65 ~ William J. Schwerin
1934/06/08 ~ USA79 ~ Mary Ann (Albitz) Bachman
Mary Ann, nee Albitz, widow of Henry A. Bachman, of 137 South Church Street, Macungie, died yesterday morning at 3:15 o'clock at her home at the age of eighty-one years.
She was the daughter of the late John and Anna, nee Bortz, Albitz and was born Augusut 26, 1852, in Lehigh County.
The survivors include seven daughters: Mrs. Harry Butler, South Ardmore; Mrs. Chas. Good, Allentown; and Mrs. Chas. Gery, Macungie; Mrs. Frank Eline, Barto; Mrs. Ammon Strunk, Hereford; Mrs. Howard Gery, Macungie; Miss A. Irene Bachman at home; two sons, Joseph Bachman, of Emaus and Wm. Bachman of Zionsville, R. F. D. She also leaves twenty-nine grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be held from her late home in Macungie on Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. High Mass in the church of the Blessed Sacrament at Bally at 9 a.m. D. S. T. Interment will be made in the cemetery adjoining the church.
1934/05/15 ~ SWL01 ~ Violet Bertha Josephine (Claes) Albietz
The death occurred at the Kennedy Hospital on Saturday last of Violet Bertha Josephine Albietz, Upper Don River, wife of the late Gottlieb Albietz, at the age of 55 years, the cause of death being diabetes. The late Mrs. Albietz, who was a member of the well-known Claes family, was of a very kindly disposition and was always most hospitable to all who visited her home at the Upper Don,
where she and her late husband had carried on farming and stock raising for the past twenty years. Like most of the Claes family she was a talented musician in her youthful days and taught music to many of the younger generation. Her husband predeceased her seven years ago. She leaves two
sons (Brian and Glen), a mother (Mrs. Claes Senr.) and three sisters and three brothers, one step-daughter and two step-sons to mourn their great loss.
The funeral moved from the Church of England on Sunday morning, Rev. Palmer (Church of England) performing the last sad rites at the graveside.
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