ALBITZ - ALBIETZ - ALBIEZ - FAMILY

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Obituaries 1950 to 1959

~ Always beloved, never forgotten! ~

1950 - 1951 - 1952 - 1953 - 1954 - 1955 - 1956 - 1957 - 1958 - 1959

1950

Memorial Park, Burlington (IA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 127774299
1950/09/15 ~ USA36 ~ Max Perdelwitz

1950/09/11 ~ AUSXX ~ Florence (...) Albietz
The death took place on Monday of Florence Albietz, wife of Mr. Arthur Albietz, at the age of 57 years. The funeral left the Presbyterian Church at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Rev. C. H. Skerman officiating.
<< Bowen Independent, 15 September 1950 >>

Grand View Memorial Park, Glendale (CA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 47545624
1950/03/26 ~ USA31 ~ Judson Matthew Prater

1951

1951/06/01 ~ USA79 ~ Mary (Grill) Albitz
Mary Grill Albitz, 74, wife of Alvin V. Albitz, died yesterday morning at her home, Bechtelsville R. 1, following an illness of 14 weeks. A native of Bally, she was the daughter of the late Mathias and Sarah Youse Grill and the last of her immediate family. She was a member of the Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Bally. Besides her husband, her survivors include three daughters, Mamie, wife of Quilma Anderson, Mt. Penn, Lizzie, wife of Leo Fox, Bally, and Anna, wife of Frank Jordan, Bally; five sons, Charles, Hamburg; John, Boyertown; Alvin, Pottstown; William, Clayton, and LeRoy, Bechtelsville R. 1; 14 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

1951/05/29 ~ SWL23 ~ Adolph Theodore John Albiez
ALBIEZ, T.— The Funeral of Theo Albiez, of 538 Bowen Tce., New Farm, beloved Husband of Clare & Father of Elizabeth & Robert, will leave the Holy Spirit Church, Villiers St., New Farm, Tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2 p.m. for Nudgee Cemetery. Mass at 6.30 a.m.
<< The Brisbane Telegraph, 29 May 1951 >>
ALBIEZ - Theo - At Brisbane on 29th May, 1951, Theo Albiez, of 538 Bowen Terrace, New Farm, beloved Husband of Clare, Father of Elizabeth and Robert. Son of Mrs. L. Albiez, and brother of Len, Jose and Gladys (Mrs. Howard Sleath). Interred at Nudgee Cemetery May 30th 1951 - R.I.P. K.M. Smith, Funeral Director.
<< The Courier Mail, 01 June 1951 >>

1952

Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland (OH) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 109912478
1952/12/19 ~ USA11 ~ Mary (McCarthy) Albietz
Most Blessed Sacrament Church Cemetery Bally (PA) - USA

1952/11/09 ~ USA79 ~ Catherine "Katie" E. (Gilberg) Albitz Bauer
Katie E. (Gilberg) Bauer, wife of Henry R. Bauer, died Sunday at her home, Alburtis, R. D. 1 following a short illlness, age 76 years. Born in Hereford township, she was a daughter of the late Jacob and Ellen (Reitnauer) Gilberg. She was a member of the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic church, Bally, and its altar society. Surviving, besides her husband, are four children, William A. [Albitz], Allentown; John L., Macungie R. D. 1; Lizzie, wife of Clinton Hillegass, Alburtis, R. D. 1; and Joseph N. , Boyertown, R. D. 1; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Rosa, wife of Elam Benfield, and Mrs. Mary Benfield, both of Bally. Solemn Requiem Mass was conducted yesterday in the Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Bally, with interment in the church cemetery.

1952/11/04 ~ SWL01 ~ John Edward Stoneham
The sudden death ot Mr. John Edward Stoneham in Townsville last week came as a shock to his relatives and friends. Aged 78 years, he had been ailing for some time and prior to going north had been an inmate of the Proserpine District Hospital.
Mr. Stoneham, who was born at Mackay, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stoneham, who came from England and settled there. He spent his boyhood there and on leaving school worked on the staff of the 'Mercury' as a compositor.
On the outbreak of the Boer War, he enlisted with the Sixth Queensland Infantry Brigade and saw active service in South Africa. Upon being demobilised, he came to Proserpine and secured a position on the sugar mill staff and remained in the mill employ until last year. At the time of his retirement, he was probably among the oldest men on the staff.
Mr. Stoneham also purchased a farm in the Glen Isla district, which he sold to Mr. Les Renwick in 1946.
During his life In Proserpine, Mr. Stoneham took an active interest in the Buffalo Lodge and was a member of the subbranch of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A
Soon after his arrival in Proserpine , Mr. Stoneham married Miss Elizabeth Daly of Bowen and there were two children of the marriage, Miss Gladys B. Stoneham and Mr. J. E. Stoneham of Brisbane. Later he married Miss Matilda Albietz (Bowen), who predeceased him about eight years ago. Children surviving by the second marriage are Meadames S. O'Keefe (Sydney), W. Hurley (Home Hill), J. Wilson and J. Harker (Townsville), and one son Mr. Charles Stoneham (Saltwater, Proserpine). There are ten grandchildren. Other members of the family are Mr. Robert (Mackay) brother, and M. Cheetham (Bundaberg), C. Griggs (Calen), E. Ringuet (Finch Hatton), J. Hurley and M. Devine (Mackay) sisters. Three brothers predeceased him.
The funeral took place in Townsville and the ashes of his second wife were also interred.
<< Townsville Daily Bulletin, 21 November 1952 >>

Allendale Cemetery, Allendale (IL) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 35976318
1952/08/23 ~ USA02 ~ Grace (Stillwell) Albietz

Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson (IN) - USA
1952/02/25 ~ USA79 ~ James Lavon Albitz

1953

Enid Cemetery, Enid (OK) - USA
1953/08/24 ~ GER50 ~ Andrew W. Hierholzer
Funeral rites for Andrew W. Hierholzer, 70, will be held at 10 a.m. Wed. in the Henninger-Allen funeral home chapel with Msge. Stephen A Leven officiating. The American Legion will officiate at graveside services at the Enid Cemetery. He died Mon. in a local hospital after an illness for the past 15 months. Most of his time was spent chatting with firemen at the central station. He spent nearly 45 years in the United States Navy and moved to Enid 23 years ago from Newton, KS. He was a native of Ohio. He was a live member of the Argonne post of the American Legion and had served on its executive committee for several years. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars & the Catholic church. His wife, Ollie of the home at 215 1/2 West Maine is the only surviver.

Hayfork Cemetery, Hayfork (CA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 125287527
1953/03/14 ~ USA31 ~ Arthur Albiez

1954

1954/12/28 ~ FRA40 ~ Charles Adam Albitz
On Tueday, Dec. 28, 1954 Charles A. Albitz Sr. husband of the late Maude Miller Albitz; father of Mrs. Pearl White, Mrs. Hazel Woehler, Charles Albitz Jr. and Mrs. Dorothy Collins, also 12 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Friends received at his residence 906 Montooth St. Services on Monday, Jan. 3, 1955, at 2 p.m. Friends invited.

Resurrection Cemetery, Affton (MO) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 47682424
1954/11/21 ~ USA05 ~ Walter J. Albietz
St. Louis, Nov. 22 – Walter J. Albietz collapsed and died yesterday while riding a bus. He was 55. Albietz was pronounced dead upon arrival at City Hospital. The driver told police he found Albietz unconscious and called an ambulance. An inquest will be held today.
<< The Constitution-Tribune; Chillicothe, MO; Mon., Nov. 22, 1954 >>

Hayfork Cemetery, Hayfork (CA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 125287529
1954/05/20 ~ USA31 ~ Edwin C. Albiez

Ft. Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis (MN) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 38885248
1954/05/09 ~ GER50 ~ Clara Elizabeth (Cooley) Bartholomew
BARTHOLOMEW - Clara E. (nee Cooley), accidentally, age 28, residence 41 Inner Drive, Circle Pines. Beloved wife of Dean; mother of Gary and Gail; daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley; sister of Fred, Mrs. John (Florence) Dahedl, Mrs. Horse (Louise) Ford, Mrs. John (Charlotte) Sadowski, Mrs. Arthur (Ruth) Richter, Mrs. Walter (Lucille) Olson and Arthur Cooley. Funeral services from Faith Lutheran Church, Charles and Mackubin, Friday, May 14 at 1:30. Internment National Cemetery.
Visitation at the Mueller-Bies Chapel, 575 University from 7 pm Wednesday until 11 am Friday and at the church from 12:30 pm until time of service.

1955

1956

1956/09/01 ~ USA35 ~ John J. Albiez
Union, N.J., Sept. 1 – John J. Albiez of 683 Colonia Avenue, an insurance broker and a former member of the Union Township Committee, died today at Beth Israel Hospital, Newark, after a short illness. His age was 50. He was past vice president of the New Jersey State Association of Elks and a former district governor of the National Order of Elks. Mr. Albiez was a founder of the Union Rotary Club and a director of the Monarch Savings and Loan Association.
Surviving are his widow, Mildred; a son, John J. Albiez Jr. of Union; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Albiez of this place, and two brothers, George of Bloomfield and Martin of Paterson.

1956/03/12 ~ GER00 ~ Auguste Wilhelmine Anna (Henze) Albitz

1956/01/12 ~ USA79 ~ Henry Reinert Bauer
Henry R. Bauer, 76, died yesterday at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hillegass, Alburtis R. 1, where he resided. He was born in Longswamp Township, Berks County, a son of the late Nicholas and Mary Anna (Reinert) Bauer. His wife, Catherine (Gilberg) Bauer, died in 1952. He was a member of the Lutheran congregation of Huffs Church and of the Modern Woodmen of the World. He is survived by the following children: a daughter, Lizzie, wife of Clinton Hillegass, with whom he lived; two sons, John, Macungie R. 1, and Joseph, Boyertown R. 1; and a stepson, William Albitz, Cetronia. Seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren also survive as well as two brothers, William, Boyertown, and David, Alburtis R. 1. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Huffs Church.
<< The Morning Call, Allentown, PA, Friday, January 13, 1956 >>

1957

1958

Friedhof Kloeden - GER
1958/10/21 ~ GER00 ~ Martha Albitz

Friedens Union Cemetery, Shartlesville (PA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 28673642
1958/09/08 ~ USA79 ~ Mabel A. (Long) Albitz
Hamburg, Sept. 8 - Mrs. Mabel A. (Long) Albitz, 54, wife of Charles Albitz, died early this morning at her home along Hamburg R.D. 2. She was a native of this borough, daughter of the late Manassas and Sallie R. (Mengle) Long. Mrs. Albitz was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, this place; the Women of the Moose, Ladies' Auxiliary of the Independent Order of Americans, and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Hamburg Fire Co. Surviving besides her husband are these brothers and sisters: Wallace Long, this borough; William Long, Hamburg R.D. 1; James Long, Muhlenberg Park; Ellen, wife of William Reed, this place, and Mrs. Clara Hix, Shartlesville.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the Burkey and Spacht Funeral Home. The Rev. John L. Long will officiate. Burial will be made in Frieden's Cemetery at Shartlesville.

Hayfork Cemetery, Hayfork (CA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 125287535
1958/04/17 ~ USA31 ~ Katherine Pauline (Kessler) Albiez

Bunnell Cemetery, Frankfort (IN) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 38692528
1958/03/02 ~ USA79 ~ Timothy Joel Albitz
baby son of Donnie Lee & Marvel Ann (Evans) Albitz

1959

Grand View Memorial Park, Glendale (CA) - USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 47545623
1959/12/08 ~ USA31 ~ Emma Marie (Albiez) Prater

St. Mark's Church Cemetery, Pennsburg (PA) - USA
1959/10/24 ~ USA79 ~ Catherine V. (Young) Albitz
Mrs. Catharine V. Young Albitz, widow of former East Greenville borough councilman Charles H. Albitz, died Saturday at her home, 103 Main St., East Greenville. She was 79. Born in East Greenville, she was a lifelong resident of the town. She was a daughter of the late Frederick and Sarah Fox Young and was a member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Pennsburg. Her husband died last January. Surviving are a daughter, Arlene, wife of Dr. Fred Roeder, Easton; a grandson; a sister Maggie, wife of Charles Freed, East Greenville. Services will be private at the convenience of the family at the Hoffman Funeral Home, 221 Main St., East Greenville. There will be no viewing.

St. Mark's Church Cemetery, Pennsburg (PA) - USA
1959/01/10 ~ USA79 ~ Charles Henry Albitz
Charles H. Albitz, 78, of 103 Main St., E. Greenville, died yesterday in Styer’s Convalescent Home, Pennsburg, where he had been confined for the last three months. Born in Lehigh County, he was a son of the late Henry and Maria (Reese) Albitz. He was a member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Pennsburg, and was formerly a member of the E. Greenville Borough Council. He and his wife, Catherine V. (Young) Albitz, had been married for nearly 57 years. Surviving besides his wife are a daughter, Arlene, wife of Dr. Fred Roeder, Easton; a brother, Alvin, Bally; a sister, Mrs. Stella Rauch, Palm, Montgomery Co., and a grandson, Edward Roeder. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Hoffman Funeral Home, 221 Main St., E. Greenville.