Obituaries - Kreiling
KREILING, LOUIS - Continued
also survived by two brothers, William, of Germany, and John, of Michigan. The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock from his late residence on Maple street, Rev. Fred R. Wagner, pastor of St. Paul’s English Lutheran church officiating. Interment will be made in Old Percy’s cemetery.” [CET 5-22-1905, p.2]
Scharf [p. 1492] listed Mr. Kreiling as a member of Frostburg Lodge No. 590, Knights of Honor, which he helped found.
Notice of Mr. Kreiling’s death was found in SPL.
KREILING, MARY A. MILLER
(wife of LOUIS KREILING)
b. March 10, 1840
d. August 15, 1911
a. 70 yrs. 5ms. 5 dys.
“Mrs. Kreiling Dies of Heart Failure. Mrs. Mary A. Kreiling, wife of the late Louis Kreiling, of Frostburg, died this morning at 5:15 o’clock at her home on Maple St., after an illness of twenty minutes duration brought on by a violent attack of heart trouble. Mrs. Kreiling, before her marriage, was Miss Mary A. Miller. She was a native of Berlin, Pa., where she was born 70 years ago. The dead woman was well known in Frostburg having resided in her present home for the past 40 years. She is survived by the following children: Messrs. W. August, Charles, John and George, all of Frostburg; Arthur of Braddock, Pa. and Ollie, of Cleveland, O. Funeral services will be held at home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock. Interment will be made in the old Percy cemetery.” [CET 8-23-1911, p. 9]
LA PAUGH, FREDERICK
b. November, 1898
d. November, 1898
a. 1 day
Notice of the death and funeral of the Lapaugh infant was located in SJE.
LAEMMERT, ANNA ELISE KNIERIEM
(wife of GEORGE A. LAEMMERT)
b. March 6, 1830
d. April 27, 1906
a. 76 yrs. 1 ms. 21 dys.
“Died. Friday, April 27, 1906, at her home, west Union St., Mrs. Anna E. Laemmert, aged 76 years, widow of the late George Laemmert. Two daughters, Mrs. Uriah Robinson and Mrs. Henry Spitznas, and 3 sons—Messrs. John A., George and Henry Laemmert, all of this place, survive. Mrs. Laemmert was the sister of Peter Knieriem, of this place.” [FMJ 5-28-1906, p. 2]
Notice of the death of Mrs. Laemmert was found in SPL.
LAEMMERT, CATHERINE “KATE” E.
(daughter of GEORGE A. and ANNA ELISE LAEMMERT)
b. August 8, 1866
d. January 2, 1887
a. 21 yrs. 4 ms. 24 dys.
“Died Away From Home. Miss Catherine E. Lemmert [sic], daughter of George A. Lemmert, of this place, died at the residence of a sister, in Washington, D.C. last Sunday. She was 21 years, 4 months and 24 days old. Highly esteemed by all her acquaintances, and tenderly beloved by her family, her untimely death is deeply deplored. Her remains were brought to Frostburg and interred.” [FMJ 1-8-1887, p. 4]
“Miss Catharine [sic] E. Lemmert[sic]:
I am young, but I must die;
In my grave I must lie;
I am ready now to go
If the will of God be so.
Lord, prepare me for my end!
To heaven my soul shall ascend—
Then I shal my Savior see—
Then I shall with Jesus be—
Never more to suffer pain—
Never more to sin again.
Her loving friend, Laura”
[FMJ 1-8-1887, p. 4]
“Laid to her rest! the young and the beautiful,
Dead in the glory of womanhood’s prime—
Now her glad spirit ‘beside the still waters,’
Rapture-bound, walking the jewel-paved shore—
Hand in hand clasping the sons and the daughters—
Her kindred—and angels, in life evermore.
[FMJ 1-8-1887, p. 4]
Anthony E. Crosby and Michael R. Olson
28 x 22 cms
Cemeteries, Maryland, Frostburg; Obituaries, Maryland, Frostburg. .
Frostburg (Md.), 1800-1972