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Obituaries - Lapp


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LAPP, KONRAD
(husband of KUNIGUNDE LAPP)
b. November 7, 1812
d. April 17, 1855
a. 42
Headstone


See Lapp Family Chart in Chapter 5.

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LAPP, KUNIGUNDE
(wife of KONRAD LAPP)
b. 1815
d. April 6, 1886
a. 71
Headstone


See Lapp Family Chart in Chapter 5.

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LEMMERT, CATHERINE BROD
(wife of HENRY CHARLES LEMMERT)
b. January 1855
d. January 27, 1931
a. 76
Headstone


“Mrs. Catherine Lemmert, aged 76 years, died at the Miners’ Hospital yesterday afternoon from injuries sustained in a fall several weeks ago. Surviving are five sisters, Mrs. Chas. Hager, Mrs. Geo. Crump, Mrs. Elizabeth Close, Mrs. Ella Rogers, this city, and Mrs. Frank Deffinbaugh, Akron, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Clise, Cumberland, and Mrs. Aden Vogtman, this city; three sons, Albert Lemmert, this city; Geo. P. Lemmert, Baltimore, and Oscar Lemmert, Texas. Her husband, Henry Lemmert, died some years ago.” [CET 1-28-1931, p. 30]

“Funeral services of Mrs. Catherine Lemmert, who died Tuesday from complications were held this afternoon at the home of her son, Albert Lemmert, East Union street. Rev. Harry G. Yaggi, pastor of the Zion Evangelical Church, officiated. Burial was in Percy Cemetery.” [CET 1-29-1931, p. 16]

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LEMMERT, HENRY CHARLES
(husband of CATHERINE BROD LEMMERT)
b. November 1844
d. February 21, 1911
a. 66


“Aged Citizen Dead. Mr. Henry Lemmert, an aged and highly respected citizen, died at his home on Washington street Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m. He was 66 years of age. Mr. Lemmert was a native of Germany, but has lived in this country for a great many years, having followed the occupation of mining for many years. He is survived by his wife and five children, Messrs. Oscar, Albert, Phillip and Misses Clara and Marie Lemmert. The funeral took place this afternoon from his late home. Interment was made in the Percy cemetery.” [CET 2-24-1911, p. 3]

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LEMMERT, HENRY KARL
(son of HENRY CHARLES and CATHERINE LEMMERT)
b. August 1878
d. August 9, 1909
a. 31


“Died. At the family home, Washington street, Monday, August 9, 1909, Mr. Henry K. Lammert [sic], aged 31 years, after several weeks illness of typhoid fever. Deceased was a most estimable young man, of good habits and artistic temperament. He was a musician of fine attainments, and to this he added the abilities of a decorator. He was an employee of McMullen Brothers, Cumberland. His parents and several sisters and brothers mourn his loss.” [FMJ 8-14-1909, p. 3]

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LEWIS, ANN PRICE
(wife of 1. Moses England and 2. WILLIAM LEWIS )
b. July 21, 1830
d. October 5, 1899
a. 69 yrs. 2 ms. 15 dys.
Headstone


“Died. On the home farm, about 3 1/2 miles east of Frostburg, Thursday, October 5, 1899, Mrs. Ann Lewis, aged 69 years, 2 months, 15 days. Mrs. Lewis was born in North Wales, settled in this county in 1854, and resided here since. She leaves 10 grown children—5 daughters and 5 sons, among the latter the well known constable Owen England, an issue of her first marriage. She was for 30 years a member of the Welsh Baptist church, and all her life a useful, thrifty, good woman.” [FMJ 10-7-1899, p. 3]

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LEWIS, ANNA YATES
b. March 28, 1865
d. November 6, 1926
a. 60


“Mrs. Anna Lewis, aged 61 years, Consolidation, died Saturday night following a lingering illness. Surviving are four children: Albert and Rudolph Lewis of the home; Mrs. Ruth Seigler, Midland; and Mrs. Margaret Winners, Pierce, W. Va. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be in the Allegany [?] cemetery.” [CET 11-8-1926, p. 10]

“The funeral of Mrs. Annie Lewis, aged 61 years, who died at her home in Consolidation Saturday night at 10 o’clock were held from the residence this afternoon. Rev. W.D. Reese, pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist church, officiated. Interment was in the Percy [?] cemetery.” [CET 11-9-1926, p. 16]

This is an example of a discrepancy in the reporting of the place of burial. Mrs. Lewis may not be buried in Percy Cemetery although her mother and brother are buried there.

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LEWIS, GEORGE
(son of JOHN S. and MYRA LEWIS)
b. June 3, 1878
d. April 10, 1893
a. 15 yrs. 10 ms. 7 dys.


“Died. Tuesday, April 11, 1893, at Allegany mine, George Lewis, aged 14 years, son of John S. Lewis, of that place.” [FMJ, 4-15-1893, p. 2]

Mr. Lewis is also mentioned in Cordts (1976).




ID:
acpc073

Page #:
73

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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