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 Karoline SCHLICHENMAYER Boll- 1456
Karoline (Carrie)
B. January 15, 1887
Birsula, Government Cherson, South Russia
D.March 15, 1939
Bethune, Colorado


1. David BOLL-1458
2. Harold BOLL-1459
3. Elsie BOLL-1460
4. Inez BOLL-1461
5. Lorenz BOLL-2853 (infant)
Burial Place: 
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

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B. 3 July 1820
Hoffnungstal, Odessa
D. 10 February 1880
Hoffnungstal, Odessa
B. 3 May, 1848/1849
Hoffnungstahl, South Russia
D. 29 May 1900
Bethune, Colorado
Barbara ERLUNBURCK-1634
b: 8 Nov 1805 in Drexelhof
Born: January 15, 1887
Birsula, Government Cherson, South Russia
Died: March 15, 1939
Bethune, Colorado
Gottlieb KIENZLE-1635
Margaretha KIENSLE-1451
B. 16 Dec 1852
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 18 Jan  1931
Burlington, Colorado
Christine HOHN-1636
Married:  21 May 1911
[Cert #586]
Bethune, Colorado
*Obit. state married fall of 1910
Fred BOLL-1457


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Karoline Schlichenmayer Boll  --  1939

      Karoline Boll, daughter of Jacob and Margeretha Schlichenmayer, of Birsula, Government Cherson, South Russia, was born January 15, 1887, and died March 15, 1939, about 10:30 am.  She lived to be 52 years and two months old.
       At the age of two years she came with her parents to Kit Carson county, Colorado, where she grew to womanhood.  In the fall of 1910 she was married to Mr. Boll, of Indianola, Nebraska, where they resided until her husband's death.  This union was blessed with six children, two of whom are dead.  Children surviving are David, Harold, Elsie and Inez.  She also leaves to mourn three sisters, Christine Phlum, of Kiowa, Colorado; Lizzy Haighler, and Margaretha Adolf of Bethune, and five brothers, Jacob, Gottlieb, David, John and Fred Schlichenmayer, all of Bethune, Colorado, and one grandchild and many relatives and friends.
      For the past ten years she had been more or less ill.  During the latter years she made her home in Burlington with her son Harold.  A heart attack brought a sudden end to her life.  May she rest in peace and the eternal light shine upon her.
     She was laid to rest from the Immanuel's Lutheran church, with he Rev. H. L. Woelber officiating, in the Immanuel's Lutheran cemetery.

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