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Frank Stolz-1026
Frank Stolz-1026
B. 26 Mar 1891
Germany
D. 31 Jul 1970
Denver, Colorado

 

Children
1. Esther STOLZ Schlichenmayer-1031
2. Blanche STOLZ Beckstrom-1030
3. William (Bud) F. STOLZ-1025
4. Henry G. STOLZ-1032
5. Infant Daughter-1181
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

Archive File:
Land Patent Grant


  

Time Line:


 

Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Unknown
Herman J. STOLZ-1186
B. 1869
D. 1929
Father
Unknown
Frank STOLZ-1026
B. 26 Mar 1891
Germany
D. 31 Jul 1970
Denver, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Emma C. Reinholtz-1187
B. 1869
D. 1957
Unknown
Grandmother

Spouse
Married 25 Feb 1919  [Cert# 1120]
Burlington, Colorado

Bernice BROWN-1027
B. 12 April 1899
Houtzdale, Pa
D. 17 June 1977
Burlington, Colorado
 

Obituary

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Frank Stolz  --  1954

       Funeral services for Frank H. Stolz, 63, a resident of the Burlington community for 48 years, were held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 4, at the Immanuel's Lutheran church in the Settlement.  Rev. L. C. Johnson of Sterling, a former pastor of Immanuel's, officiated at the services.  Burial was in the church cemetery.
       Frank Herman Stolz was born March 26, 1891, in Germany to Mr. And Mrs. Herman Stolz and was baptized in infancy.  When he was two, his parents moved to Franklin county, Neb., near Republican City, where he received is complete elementary education.  In 1906, at the age of 15, they moved to Kit Carson county, where Herman Stolz homesteaded north of Bethune, where Frank lived to the end of his life.
       In 1908 he was confirmed into the Lutheran faith at Immanuel's Lutheran Church of Bethune, to which church he belonged the rest of his life.  On Aug. 27, 1918, he was inducted into the U. S. army and served until discharged Jan. 31, 1919.  He returned home and was married in Burlington to Bernice Blanche Brown on Feb. 25, 1919.  Five children were born to this union, four of whom survive.
       Mr. Stolz was active in his church, serving some years on the church council, and took part in community life and responsibilities, serving 25 years on the local school board.
        In June of 1954, he became ill and was taken to the Memorial hospital in Burlington Oct. 24, where he remained until he passed away at noon of Dec. 31, 1954.
        One daughter preceded him in death, passing away in infancy.  He leaves to mourn his wife and four children:  Mrs. Esther Schlichenmayer, Laird; Mrs. Blanche Beckstrom and William of Burlington; Henry of Bethune; three grandchildren, his mother, who lives at Wray; five brothers, Emil, of Vona; Otto, of Naponee, Neb.; Albert, of Loveland; Ernest, of Lincoln, Neb.; Paul, of Bethune; one sisters, Mrs. Alice Holter of Eads, and a host of friends.

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