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Obituaries - Kane


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KANE, HARRIET ANN BEALL - Continued
1848, before marrying James Kane. Mr. Kane was an incorporator of Frostburg Gaslight Co. in 1870 and President of that company in 1881 [Scharf, p. 1480]. The English Baptist Church adjoined his properties in 1872 [Scharf, p. 1483]. He was also Treasurer of Frostburg Perpetual in 1878 [Scharf, 1483].


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KERNS, ALLIE HUMBERSTON
b. April 27, 1874
d. September 14, 1915,
a. 41 yrs. 4 ms. 17 dys.


“Married at St. Johns rectory Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1896, by Rev. A.C. Haverstick, Miss Allie Humberston to Mr. George H. Kerns, both of this place.“ [FMJ 9-26-1896]

”Mrs. George Kerns, Ormand Street, was taken to the Miner’s Hospital yesterday for treatment.”[CET 9-14-1915, p. 11]

“The funeral of Mrs. George Kerns, aged 41 years, who died at the Miner’s Hospital Tuesday morning, took place this afternoon at 2 o’clock from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Rev. H. Beidelman officiating. Interment was in the Percy Cemetery.
Mrs. Kerns had been complaining for years and was treated for bronchial trouble at Johns Hopkins Hospital last April. She is survived by her husband and mother, Mrs. Mary C. Humbertson, and one brother, Edward Humbertson, of Elk Lick.” [CET 9-16-1915, p. 9]

Notice of Mrs. Kerns death was also found in SPL.

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KNIERIEM, CATHERINE
b. January 7, 1799
d. September 13, 1878
a. 79 yrs. 8 ms. 6 dys.


“Mrs. Knieriem, an aged resident of this place, died Friday of last week. Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon at the Reformed Church, her pastor, Rev. J. Ruhl, officiating.” [FMJ 9-21-1878, p. 3]

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KOONTZ, HANNAH HUMBERSTON
(mother of WEBSTER KOONTZ)
b. June 28, 1828
d. June 12, 1867
a. 38 yrs. 11 ms. 14 dys.
Headstone


Her husband, John D. Koontz, was a city councilman in 1871 [Scharf, p. 1479]. Hannah and John received a deed from NELSON and ANNIE BEALL 1-18-1876 which is filed under Beall (Frostburg Museum records].

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KOONTZ, WEBSTER
(son of John D. and HANNAH KOONTZ)
b. April 13, 1852
d. May 12, 1862
a. 10 yrs. 29 dys.
Headstone


See Humberston-Koontz Family Chart in Chapter 5.

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KRAPF, DANIEL
b. April 6, 1801
d. November 21, 1861
a. 60 yrs. 7 ms. 15 dys.
Headstone


See Krapf Family Chart in Chapter 5.

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KREILING, HENRY
(son of LOUIS and MARY A. MILLER KREILING)
b. November 16, 1868
d. August 1, 1870
a. 1 yr. 8 ms. 15 dys.
Headstone


No other information is available.

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KREILING, LOUIS
(husband of MARY A. MILLER KREILING)
b. February 1, 1839
d. May 21, 1905
a. 66 yrs. 3 ms. 22 dys.
Headstone


“At his home, at this place, Sunday morning May 21, 1905, Mr. Louis Kreiling, in the 67th year of his age. Mr. Kreiling was born in Germany and had been a resident of Frostburg about 40 years. He was a miner for a long time, but contracting asthma, did outdoor work for several years. His physical troubles came [?] upon him, however, involving both stomach and heart. His wife, one daughter, and six sons, all grown, survive. At the funeral Tuesday, Frostburg Lodge #49 of Odd Fellows, turned out in large numbers.” [FMJ 5-27-1905]

“Many expressions of regret were heard at this place upon receipt of the the death of Mr. Lewis [sic] Kreiling at his home on Maple street, Sunday morning at two o’clock, after a lingering illness of two years from a complication of diseases. The deceased was one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Frostburg, being in his 67th year at the time of his death. He was born in Germany in the year of 1839 where he resided until his removal to America, some time later settling in Frostburg, where he was engaged in coal mining until a few years ago when he became engaged in the grocery business, which he pursued up until about two years ago when he was compelled to relinquish the [business due to] ill health. Mr. Kreiling was a member of Frostburg Lodge, No. 40, Improved Order of Odd Fellows, and is survived by a widow, six sons and one daughter as follows: Messrs. Wm. A., Charles, John P., George, Arthur, and Mrs. Owen Dando, all residing in this vicinity, and Owen A., of Pittsburg. The deceased is




ID:
acpc070

Page #:
70

Creator:
Anthony E. Crosby and Michael R. Olson

Date:
2000

Collection Location:
Frostburg, Md

Original Size:
28 x 22 cms

Subject:
Cemeteries, Maryland, Frostburg; Obituaries, Maryland, Frostburg. .

Coverage:
Frostburg (Md.), 1800-1972

 
 
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