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Margaretha SCHLICHENMAYER-1453
Margaretha
SCHLICHENMAYER-1453
B. 22 Jan 1880
Russia
D. 3 Dec 1952
Bethune, Colorado

*Date Source


 

Children
  1. Jacob (Jake) ADOLF-436 1899
  2. Carolina ADOLF Gollie-289
  3. William ADOLF-438 1902
  4. John S. ADOLF-439 1906
  5. Emanuel ADOLF-440 1909
  6. Frederick ADOLF-441 1911
  7. David ADOLF-442 1911
  8.
Frieda ADOLF Gramm-443
  9. Martha ADOLF Weiss-444
10. Gotthilf ADOLF-445 (Child)
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Hope Congregational Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

Archive File:
1900 Census
Land Patent Grant

Obit source:  Walt Bauer 2003

  

Time Line:


Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Jacob F. SCHLICHENMAYER-1633
B. 3 July 1820
Hoffnungstal, Odessa
D. 10 February 1880
Hoffnungstal, Odessa
Jacob SCHLICHENMAYER, Sr-1450
B. 3 May, 1848/1849
Hoffnungstahl, South Russia
D. 29 May 1900
Bethune, Colorado
Father
Barbara ERLUNBURCK-1634
b: 8 Nov 1805 in Drexelhof
Margaretha SCHLICHENMAYER-1453
B. 22 Jan 1880
Russia
D. 3 Dec 1952
Bethune, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Gottlieb KIENZLE-1635
Margaretha KIENSLE-1451
B. 16 Dec 1852
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 18 Jan  1931
Burlington, Colorado
Christine HOHN-1636
Grandmother
Spouse
Married: 12 Feb 1899
Bethune, Colorado
Andreas (Andrew) ADOLF-249
B. 24 Dec 1873
Brienne, Bessarabien, Russia
D. 19 Oct 1932
Bethune, Colorado

Obituary

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Mrs. Margaret Adolf -- 1952

Mrs. Margaret Adolf (nee) Schlichenmayer) was born at Birsula, Russia, Jan 22, 1880, the daughter of Jacob and Margaret Schlichenmayer. During her childhood, the family migrated to the United States, settling in this vicinity.

On Feb. 12, 1899, she and Andrew Adolf were united in marriage in the Lutheran church, which remained their church home for a number years, from whence they transferred their membership to the Hope Congregational church, which was then the church affiliation of the deceased. From this union there were born 10 children -- seven sons and three daughters. One son died in infancy. Mrs. Adolf has been an invalid for over five years as the result of injuries sustained when she broke a hip. For several years she has lived in an aged persons' home in Burlington.

Survivors include on brother, Dave Schlichenmayer of Bethune; one sister, Elizabeth Metcalf of Fort Collins; six sons: Jake Adolf of Sterling, William Adolf of Stratton, John S. Adolf of Bethune, Emmanuel Adolf of Burlington, and twin sons, Fred Adolf of Lindon and Dave Adolf of Idalia; three daughters, Carolina Galli, of Winona, Kan., Freda Gramm of Burlington, and Martha Weiss of Bethune. There are also 18 surviving grandchild and five great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Adolf had been ailing for more than five years and death was the result of infirmities of old age. The deceased was aged 72 years, 11 months and 11 days. She passed away quietly early Wednesday morning, Dec. 3, at the Kit Carson County Memorial hospital, where she had been taken about a month ago.

Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Johnson of the St. Pauls Lutheran church and Rev. Schafer of Hope Congregational church. Interment was in the Hope Congregational church cemetery

Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Hendricks mortuary.

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