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Emma STUTZ Gramm Weiss-1609
Emma STUTZ-1609
B. 23 Feb 1892
Yale Colorado
D. 11 Jul 1974
Long Beach, California

 

Children
 1.  Arthur E. (Art) GRAMM-1050
 2.  Esther H. GRAMM-2198 (Child)
 3   Albert H. GRAMM-3301 (Child)
 4.  Mabel GRAMM Adolf - 882
 5.  ?? Emma GRAMM -1051

 

 Notes:
Burial Place:
Hope Congregational Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

Archive File:
1910 Census
1900 Census

  

 

Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Unknown
Frederick STUTZ-1101
B. July 6, 1860
Plotsk, Bessarabia, Russia
D. September 28, 1929
Father
Unknown
Emma STUTZ-1609
B. 23 Feb 1892
Yale Colorado
D. 11 Jul 1974
Long Beach, California
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Marie BALTZER-1103
B. August 18, 1862
Plotsk, Bessarabia, Russia
D. January 26, 1928
Unknown
Grandmother
Spouse
Married:  31 August 1911 
[Cert #605]
Bethune, Colorado
Second Marriage:
Married: Nov 1972
Jake GRAMM-1599
B. 6 Jan 1885
D. 26 Jun 1932
John WEISS-1280
B. about 1893
 

Obituary

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Emma Weiss- 1973

       Emma (Gramm) Weiss was born at Yale Feb. 23, 1892, to Fredrick and Marie Stutz. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church north of Bethune and was married to Jacob Gramm Aug. 6, 1911. To this union were born four children, two of whom died in infancy.
       Emma was preceded in death by her husband Jacob, June 26, 1932. For several years she lived in Grand Junction and Englewood, moving back to Burlington in 1968. In November of 1972, she married John Weiss; shortly afterwards they moved to San Diego, Calif. Following a lengthy illness she passed away July 11 in the naval hospital at Long Beach, Calif.
       Survivors include her son, Arthur Gramm of Pueblo; daughter, Mabel Adolf of Burlington; five grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren; three sisters; Lydia Gramm of Stratton, Minnie Hammelman of Lincoln, Neb. and Martha Schlichenmayer of Burlington and one brother, William Stutz of Denver.
       Funeral services for Mrs. Weiss were held July 15 at the Hope United Church of Christ with Rev. Ruben Issak officiating. Song selections, “How Great Thou Art: and “My God and I,” were sung by Sandee and Roland Strobel accompanied at the organ by Doloris Dobler. Casket bearers were Dave Corliss, Elmer Dobler, Roland Schlichenmayer, Jim Adolf, Lawrence Gramm and Ralph Stahlecker. Interment was made in the Hope Cemetery, Bethune.

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