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Obituaries 1890 to 1899

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1890 - 1891 - 1892 - 1893 - 1894 - 1895 - 1896 - 1897 - 1898 - 1899


1890/06/25 ~ USA14 ~ male Albietz
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. [Charles B.] Albietz died at 12:30 yesterday at the home of its parents, 1956 East William Street. It was but a year and four months old, and had been ill but four days. The funeral will be held Thursday from the residence.


1891/11/20 ~ USAXX ~ Julia Albietz
Miss Julia Albietz, aged 25, a school teacher in Pope school, was dicovered on the floor of the bath room at her home dead. She had shoot herself while laboring under a fit of despondency, owing to ill health. Evidences of the deliberation with which the deed was committed were present in the form of a looking-glass which she held in her hand to be sure of her mark and the scrupulous neatness of her attire.
Miss Julia Albietz, a teacher in Pope's school, while despondent this morning, took a pistol and blew off the top of her head. At noon a telephone message from East St. Louis states that a murder and suicide occurred there this morning. No particulars yet.

Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis (MO) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 104319783
1891/03/27 ~ USA66 ~ Laura Estella Albitz
baby daughter of George W. & Laura Ella (Kinnear) Albitz



First Saint Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Cem.
Mt. Oliver (PA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 127145232
1893/XX/XX ~ FRA40 ~ Margaretha (Hoerr) Albitz



1895/09/20 ~ USA02 ~ Sarah Isabelle (Fowler) Albietz
1895/05/26 ~ SWL23 ~ Mary Emma Caroline Hungerbuhler
The friends of Mr. Adolph Albiez are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased niece (Mary Emma Caroline Hungerbuhler) to move from the residence of her parents, Crown-street, off Loggo-road. THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetary.
JOHN HISLOP, Undertaker and Embalmer.
<< The Brisbane Courier, 27 May 1895 >>
1895/02/15 ~ USA06 ~ John Joseph Albietz
John J. Albietz died from complication of diseases at the West Penn hospital in Pittsburgh, Friday, Feb 15th.
Mr. Albietz was in his 55th year and was well known in his vicinity. He served his country in the late war and was a member of Colonel Rippey post No. 41, Grand Army of the Republic, and also captain for a number of years of the noted military organization known as the Duqnesne Greys, which at one time was the proud of Pittsburgh.
He was a son-in-law of Mr. Christ Hauser, No. 1211 Seventeenth Street. A number of relatives residing in this city departed on western express Sunday morning to attend the funeral, which took place yesterday afternoon.



1897/08/30 ~ FRA40 ~ George(s) Albitz
born Dec. 29, 1822 in Urschenheim - FRA to Francois Antoine and Anne Marie (Riegert) Albitz


1898/12/18 ~ USA66 ~ Nancy Isabelle (Mitchell) van der Leith Albitz
Mrs. Belle Albitz, wife of Professor H.C. Albitz, died at her home, 162 Park avenue, last night. The body will be send to Athens today at noon, where the interment will occur. Besides her husband, two children survive Mrs. Albitz - Master Neb and Miss Daisy van der Leith.

1898/09/07 ~ SWL23 ~ Maria Anna (Rugge) Albiez
The friends of Mr. ADOLPH ALBIEZ, Mrs. JOHN HUNGERBUHLER, Mr. L. UHL, Mr. C. HIRCHE and Mr. M. STEINMAN are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their deceased mother/mother-in-law, Mary Ann Albiez, to move from her late residence, Crown street, off Boggo road, South Brisbane, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'olock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery. JOHN HISLOP, Embalmer and Undertaker; Head Office, 16 Queen street, opposite Town Hall.
<< The Telegraph, 08 September 1898 >>

In Memoriam.
ALBIEZ.— In loving remembrance ot my dear mother, Mary Ann, who departed this life, September 7, 1898, aged 74. R.l.P. Inserted by her loving son, Adolph.

ALBIEZ.— In loving memory, of dear mother, Mary Ann Albiez, who departed this life September 7, 1898,
Dearest mother, how I miss thee, Miss thee more than tongue can tell,
Jesus gave thee, Jesus took thee, Dearest mother, sad farewell.
Inserting by her sorrowing daughter, Mrs. L. Steinnam.
<< The Telegraph, 07 September 1900 >>