Mrs. August Bahnsen
Mrs. Margaret Bahnsen, 66, wife of August Bahnsen, died at her home on the Port CI in ion-Lake side road Satur¬ day morning-, after being confined to her bail with Illness tor only two weeks. fJ-AT- /9$&
Mrs. Bahnsen had been in excellent health during' the greater pari of her lite, and was always active in the many affairs about this community. Last^pring she suffered an illness, but
was not thought to be serious until two weeks ago, when she became
>rse, and had to remain in bed.
vo days before her death her condi¬ tion took a sudden turn for worse, and it was seen that the end was near. She passed away Saturday mornnig.
Margaret Marie Bahnsen was born .Langenhorn province Sehleswig. ermany, on March 31, 1564, At the ^e of three she came with her folks to this country locating: in Sandusky. Moving to Port Clinton a few years later she spent practically all her life this city. Shortly after her birth she was baptized by the pastor of the Lutheran church of Langenhorn, and has since been affiliated with that church, as one of its faithful mem¬ bers. On March, 24, 1891, she was .married to August Bahnsen. This mar¬ riage was blessed with two sons, Her¬ man and Milton. Besides the two sons she is survived by her husband ami three sisters find one brother.
The funeral services were held at };(■:■ home Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. S, K. Strauss, former pastor of the St. John's Lutheran church, officiat¬ ing. Interment tools place in River- view cemetery.
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