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Guelker Anna M [Female] b. MAY 1870 Ohio - d. 21 JAN 1954 St Marys Catholic Cemetery, Leipsic, OH
Documents:1940 Census, Leipsic, Putnam, OHMarriage Record, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, OHDeath Record, St. Mary's Catholic Church, Leipsic, OHBurial headstone, St Marys Catholic Cemetery, Leipsic, OH
Anna M. Wortman Dies Wednesday
Services Monday At Church In Leipsic
LEIPS1C, Jan. 21 - Anna Mary Wortman, 83, died Thursday at 3:15 p.m. in St. Rita's Hospital after an illness of three days. Death was due to cerebral thrombosis.
Born in May. 1870, she was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Schiltmeier) Guelker. She married Joseph H. Wortman, Nov. 8, 1887 and he survives. Last November, the couple celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.
Surviving are sons, Vincent, Findlay; Ray, Leipsic; daughter. Mrs. Gene Snyder, Toledo; sister, Mrs. Mary Erhart, Fort Jennings; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and affiliated with the Christian Mothers Society, Catholic Ladies of Columbia and the Ladles Aux!nary of the Knights of St. John.
Services will be Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the church with the Rev. Marcus Vogel officiating. Interment is at the church cemetery. The body is at Peoples Funeral Home where friends may call after noon Saturday. The Rosary will be said at the funeral home at 8 p.m. Sunday.
- FINDLAY REPUBLICAN COUREER, JANUARY 22. 1954
Wortman Vincent Augustus C*
[Male] b. 16 NOV 1894 Leipsic, Putnam, OH - d. 30 JUL 1956 Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay, OH
Documents:Draft Card, WWII1930 US Census, Findlay, Hancock, OHDeath record, St Michael's Catholic Church, Findlay, Hancock, OHBurial headstone, St Marys Catholic Cemetery, Leipsic, OH
Resided in Findlay, Hancock, OH in 1942.
Vincent Wortman Dies Unexpectedly
Findlay Insurance Man Is Stricken
Vincent A. Wortman, 61, of 305 Shinkle St., Findlay insurance man, died in Blanchard Valley Hospital at 12:23 p.m. yesterday an hour after suffering a heart attack. He had been in failing health the last three years.
Mr. Wortman was with the Metropolitan Life insurance Co in Findlay from 1923 until 1927 when be formed his own insurance agency with offices at 3091/2 S. Main St.
He was a member of the Downtown Coaches, Elks No. 75, Eagles. and Moose Lodges, Leo Council N 957, Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name Society. For a number of years he was deputy clerk at the Hancock County Board of Elections.
Mr Wortman was born Nov 19, 1894 in Leipsie to Joseph and Anna (Gulker) Wortman. His father resides In Leipsic, He moved to Findlay from Lima in 1923.
In 1918 he married Kathryn Ensman who died in 1926. He marred Marcella Kaple in 1927 and she survives. Sons and daughters are Mrs. Fred (Mary Lou) Iler Jr. Findlay, Richard J., Kenton, Robert V., Findlay; and Mrs Don (Barbara) Adams, Findlay. There are eight grandchildren. Two daughters preceded him in death. Mrs. Eugene Snyder, Toledo, and Raymond W. Wortman, Leipsic, are a sister and brother. Mr. Wortman was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church where services will be held at 9:30 a m, Thursday, the Rev. Raymond F. Gorman ofticiatIng. Burial will be in St Mary's Cemetery. Leipsic.
- The Republican-Courier August 31, 1956
Wortman Raymond William*
[Male] b. 22 JAN 1898 Leipsic, Putnam, OH - d. 5 MAY 1962 St Ritas Medical Center, Lima, Allen, OH
Documents:Marriage Record, State of OhioBirth Record, Putna, County, Ohio1940 Census, Leipsic, Putnam, OHDeath Record, St Marys Catholic Church, Leipsic, Putnam, OHBurial monument, St Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Leipsic, OH
Wortman Verena Marcella*
[Female] b. 10 NOV 1900 Leipsic, Putnam, OH - d. 17 MAY 1988 Toledo, Lucas, OH
Documents:Baptismal Record, St. Marys Catholic Church, Leipsic, OHBirth Record, Putnam County, OHMarriage Record, State of Ohio1940 Census, Toledo, Lucas, OHBurial Monument, St Marys Catholic Cemetery, Leipsic, OH
Resided at 2813 Sherbrooke Rd, Toledo, Lucas, OH in 1940.
Mrs. Verena M. "Vee".Snyder, 87, of Secor Road, died yesterday in Heartland-Holly Glen Nursing Home, where she had been a patient the last three weeks. The widow of Eugene Snyder, she was an executive secretary 40 years at the former Toledo Scale Co., retiring in 1966. There are no immediate survivors. Services will be 10 am. tomorrow in St. Pius X Church. The body will be in the Ansberg-West Mortuary after 2 today, with Scripture services at 7:30 tonight. The family requests that any contributions be to a charity of the donor's choice.
Toledo Blade, May 18, 1988
Ensman Katherine A
[Female] b. APR 1895 OH - d. 20 DEC 1926 Killed when the car driven by her husband went into a ditch.
Wortman Mary Louise*
[Female] b. 24 NOV 1917 Ottawa, Putnam, OH - d. 9 JAN 1991 Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay, Hancock, OH
Documents:Baptismal Record, Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OHBirth Record, Putnam County, OH1930 US Census, Findlay, Hancock, OHDeath Record, St Michaels Cathoilc Church, Findlay, OHBurial monument, St Michaels Catholic Cemetery, Findlay, OH
Mary Lou Iler, 73, of 1331 Greendale Ave., died at 3:25 a.m. Wednesday at Blanchard Valley Hospital.
She was born Nov. 24, 1917 in Ottawa to Vincent A. and Kathryn A, (Ensman) Wortman. She married Raymond R. Hentges in November 1939, and he died in August 1949. She later married Fred L. Iler Jr, on May 24, 1951, and he died July 4, 1985. Surviving are a halt brother, Robert V. Wortman, Findlay; and a half sister, Mrs. Don (Barbara ) Adams, Findlay. Mrs. Iler retired in 1988 as co-owner of Wortman Insurance. She had been an insurance agent for 40 years. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and its Altar and Rosary Society. She also was a member of the Catholic Ladies of Columbia and the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Iler was a past president of the Altrusa Club of Findlay and of the Women's Division of the Findlay Area Chamber of Commerce. A funeral Mass will be said at 1:30 p.m. today at St. Michael Catholic Church Downtown, the Rev. Martin Nassr officiating. Burial will be In the parish cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association of Ohio, 1034 W. Market St.. P.0 Box 870, Lima, 45802. Arrangements are being handled by Kirkpatrick-Behnke Funeral Home.
- The Findlay Courier, January 10, 1991
Wortman Richard Joseph*
[Male] b. 13 MAR 1919 Ottawa, Putnam, OH - d. 13 AUG 1969 Hardin Memorial Hospital, Kenton, Hardin, OH
Documents:Baptismal Record, St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OHBirth Record, Putnam County, OH1930 US Census, Findlay, Hancock, OHBurial Monument, St Mary's Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin, OH
Krieger Catherine *
[Female] b. 29 DEC 1867 Glandorf, Putnam, OH - d. 21 MAY 1943 Findlay, Hancock, OH
Documents:Marriage Record, Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OHMarriage Record, State of OhioDeath Record, State of OhioDeath Record, Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OH1940 Census, Ottawa, Putnam County, OHBurial monument, Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery, Ottawa, OH
Rites Are Today for Mrs. Kruse
Services for Ottawa Woman Will Be Held in Sts Peter and Paul Church
OTTAWA, May 23 - Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock in the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic church here for Mrs. Catherine Kruse, 75, wife of Henry Kruse, of Ottawa, with burial in the church cemetery.
Kruse died .Friday in a Findlay convalescent home. She was born to Bernard and Matilda Krueger, In Glandorf, Dec. 29. 1867. On Feb. 3, 1897, she was married to Henry Kruse who survives. Mrs. Kruse was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul church and the Christian Mothers Sodality of the parish.
Also surviving are two sons, Virgil, of Ottawa, and Elmer Kruse of Toledo: one daughter, Mrs. Richard Schroeder, of Leipsic; two brothers, Bernard. of Wyandotte, Mich. ,and August Krueger, of Ottawa, and two slsters, Mrs. Ed Wieser, of Ottawa and Mrs, Herbert Watson, of Toledo. Arrangements are in charge of the Fischer and Son funeral home of Ottawa.
- Findlay Republican-Courier, May 24, 1943
Krieger August Henry*
[Male] b. 28 AUG 1872 Ottawa, Putnam, OH - d. 18 APR 1958 Findlay, OH
Baptismal Record, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OHMarriage Record, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OHDeath Record, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OH1840 Census, Ottawa, Putnam County, OHBurial monument, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery, Ottawa, OH
Resided in Lincoln, Butler, Kansas in 1880.
August Krieger Succumbs At 85
Long Illness Fatal To Ottawa Resident
OTTAWA - August H. Krieger, 85, a retired carpenter of Ottawa. died at 6:30 a.m. Friday in a Findlay rest home after an extended ilhiess.
Born Aug. 28, 1872 in Ottawa, he was a son of Bernard and Mathilda Krieger. He married Bernadine Kruse in 1899 and she survives.
Also surviving are sons, Urban, Toledo; Cornelius and Robert, both of Ottawa; daughters, Mrs. Robert Miller and Miss Florence Krieger, both of Toledo; Mrs. Clarence Kottenbrock, Glandorf, and Mrs. Charles Kistler, Ottawa; sisters, Mrs. E. F. Wiese, Ottawa, and Mrs. Lena Watson, Toledo; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A daughter, a son, three brothers and a sister are deceased.
Mr. Krieger was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
Services are at 9:30 am. Monday at the church. The Rev. Joseph Reitz will officiate with burial in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the Fischer-McCrate Funeral Home.
- Findlay Republican-Couirier, April 19, 1958
John Regina M (Jennie)
[Female] b. 1 MAY 1867 OH - d. 5 NOV 1963 Trenton, Wayne, MI
Documents:Record of Marriage to James Bernard Krieger, State of Ohio1900 Census, Eagle Twp, Hancock, OH1920 Census, Livingston, Hamburg, MI1940 US Census, Wyandotte, Wayne, MIBurial monument, Michigan Memorial Park, Flat Rock, MI
Krieger Bertha Mary*
[Female] b. 12 APR 1895 Ottawa, Putnam, OH - d. 1 MAR 1980 Trenton, Wayne, MI
Documents:1900 Census, Eagle Twp, Hancock, OH1920 Census, Livingston, Hamburg, MIBaptismal Record, Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, OHRecord of Marriage to Joseph LeBlanc, State of Michigan1940 Census, Wyandotte, Wayne, MI
Resided in Hamburg, Livingston, MI in 1920.
Krieger Orwell Bernard*
[Male] b. 24 MAR 1897 Greensburg, Putnam, OH - d. 1 JAN 1976 Warren, Macomb, MI
Documents:1900 Census, Eagle Twp, Hancock, OH1920 Census, Livingston, Hamburg, MIBirth Record, Putnam County, OHDraft Registration Card, World War IRecord of Marriage to Barbara Lehner, Livingston County, MIRecord of Marriage to Barbara Lehner, State of Michigan Record of Marriage to Clara Paschke (nee Schultz), State of Ohio1940 Census, Detroit, Wayne, MI
Resided in Brighton, Livingston, MI in 1921.
WWI Service Record:
Private in the 147th Enginineers Company F
Entered service 1 Sep 1918 in Bloomington Ind
Sent to Indiana University, to Ft Benjamin Harrison Co L 5 Prov Bn
Discharged 11 Dec 1918
Krieger Emma C*
[Female] b. 23 AUG 1904 Cloverdale, Putnam, OH
LeBlanc Joseph Charles
[Male] b. 10 MAR 1889 Sumpter, Wayne, MI - d. 1943 Mallett Cemetery, New Boston, Wayne, MI
Documents:Birth Record, State of Michigan1920 Census, Livingston, Hamburg, MIBurial headstone, Mallett Cemetery, New Boston, Wayne, MI
Resided at 993 Huron River Dr, Belleville, Wayne, MI in 1942.
LeBlanc Bernard C*
[Male] b. 26 FEBRUARY 1913 MI - d. SEP 1979 Taylor, Wayne, MI
Documents:1920 Census, Livingston, Hamburg, MI1930 Census, Wyandotte, Wayne, MI1940 Census, Ecorse Twp, Wayne, MIBurial headstone, Michigan Memorial Park, Flat Rock, Wayne, MI
LeBlanc Donald J*
[Male] b. 7 JUNE 1915 MI - d. 3 FEB 1989 Taylor, Wayne, MI
Documents:1920 Census, Livingston, Hamburg, MI1930 Census, Wyandotte, Wayne, MI1940 Census, Wyandotte, Wayne, MIBurial headstone, Michigan Memorial Park, Flat Rock, Wayne, MI
LeBlanc Leola L*
[Female] b. 1917 MI
[Female] b. 30 JUN 1868 Ecorse, Wayne, MI - d. 1914 Mallett Cemetery, New Boston, MI
LeBlanc Charles Peter
[Male] b. 1 SEP 1859 Ecorse, Wayne, MI - d. 1914 Mallett Cemetery, New Boston, MI
Burial headstone, Mallett Cemetery, New Boston, Wayne, MI
Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. LeBlanc, residents of Sumpter township, were both instantly killed Sunday night, when the rig in which they were driving was struck by a Detroit, Monroe & Toledo electric car at the Goddard road crossing in Ecorse township.
The couple had visited Ecorse to call on their daughter, Mrs. E.J. Montie, Jr. and were on their way to the home of another daughter, Mrs. George Drouillard, when the accident occurred.
One section of the train had passed, and Mr. LeBlanc evidently failed to notice that a second section was coming.
Dr. W.C. Lambert, who was summoned, found that both had been killed instantly. Mr. LeBlanc's skull was fractured, and his wife's neck was broken.
The bodies were brought to H.F. Thon's undertaking rooms in this city, and later taken to the LeBlanc home near New Boston. A double funeral was held at the Catholic church in New Boston yesterday morning, twelve nephews acting as pallbearers.
-Wyandotte News-Herald, January 30, 1914
[Male] b. 23 DEC 1902 Pennsylvania - d. 1 JUL 1984 Wayne, MI
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