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fgrun02b.jpg (1485 bytes)MRS. FRANK GRUNDTISCH

Mrs. Frank Grundtisch passed into the last long sleep of death at 8:40 o'clock Thursday [26 DEC 1907] evening at her home, on Second street [Upper Sandusky, OH]. Death was due to apoplexy. She suffered a stroke a week ago last Monday and had been critically ill since. Mrs. Grundtisch had been ailing for two years before that, however.

Mary Kloepfer was born in Germany, August 15, 1844, and came to Wyandot county [OH] with her parents when a child. This county was her home ever since. In 1862 she was united in marriage with Frederick Yeager, who died soon after. One child, Frederick Yeager, who died some months ago, was the fruit of this union. Last Sunday, December 22, was the fortythird anniversary of her marriage with Frank Grundtisch, who survives her. Ten children were born to this union, all of whom are living. They are Mrs. W.H. Shively and Mrs. E.G. Newell, of Mansfield [OH]; Mrs. F.S. Irvin, of Chicago [IL]; Mrs. Charles Robey, of east of town [Upper Sandusky, OH]; Edward Grundtisch, of this city; Edwin Grundtisch, of northeast of town; Mrs. E.B. Schindler, of southeast of town; Mrs. J.K. Schindler, of Marion [OH]; Miss Mae Grundtisch, at home; and Mrs. Charles Stalter, of north of town. Fourteen grandchildren also survive. Mrs. William Abel, of Tiffin [OH], is a stepsister of Mrs. Grundtisch, and Mrs. Henry Yeager, of Smithville, and Mrs. Louisa Grundtisch, of Miamasburg [OH], are sisters of the deceased.

Mrs. Grundtisch was a loving wife and mother and her loss is keenly felt. She was a faithful member of the congregation of Trinity Reformed church.

The funeral will occur Sunday [29 DEC 1907] afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from Trinity Reformed church and will be conducted by Rev. J.H. Beck. Short services will be held at the home, previous to this hour. Burial in Old Mission cemetery.

--The Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, OH, Friday, 27 DEC 1907

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