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MRS. JAS. SCHINDLER DIES IN COSHOCTON [OH]

Native Of Upper Sandusky [OH] Passes Away Tuesday [27 MAR 1951] Morning

Mrs. Lydia Schindler, 72, of 1015 Orchard street, Coshocton, died at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, in a hospital in that city, after a day's illness from a heart attack, which she suffered Monday [26 MAR 1951].

Mrs. Schindler was born in Upper Sandusky, Feb. 12, 1879, the daughter of Frank and Mary (Burkhardt) (sic) Grundtisch. On Dec. 5, 1901, she was united in marriage with James K. Schindler, in Upper Sandusky. He preceded her in death in Marion [OH] Sept. 1, 1935.

She was a member of the St. John Evangelical and Reformed church in Coshocton, where she had resided with her daughter, Mrs. Sheldon Lester, since her husband's death. Aside from her daughter, Mrs. Lester in Coshocton, four sisters and two brothers survive: Mrs. Anna (sic) Irvin, Mrs. Charles Stalter and Mrs. Earl Newell, all of Upper Sandusky; Edwin Grundtisch of route one, Upper Sandusky; Edward Grundtisch, of East Bigelow street, this city [Upper Sandusky, OH], and Mrs. G.O. Heath, of Chicago, Ill. She also leaves two grandchildren. Three sisters, Mrs. Charles Cress, Mrs. Katherine Shively and Mrs. Charles Robey, and a half-brother, Fred Yeager, are deceased.

Funeral services will be held Friday [30 MAR 1951] afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Schaffner-Denzer funeral home in Marion, in charge of Rev. A.L. Scherry, former Reformed minister of Marion, now of Xenia [OH]. Interment will be made in the Marion cemetery.

A funeral service will be held at the daughter's home in Coshocton, Thursday [29 MAR 1951] morning at 10 o'clock. The body will then be brought to the funeral home at Marion, where calling hours will be from Thursday evening until the funeral hour Friday.

--The Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, OH, Wednesday, 28 MAR 1951

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