BROTHER OF 6E0R6E AVERS ^ km MRS. EDW, WEIS DIES
E. Henry Avers died last Fri- day7~May 11, at the borne of his sister, Mrs. Edward Weis, on Lin¬ coln street, after an illness of sev¬ eral weeks. Mr. Avers was born on what is now the Will Reynolds farm south of Elmore June 15, 1865, and was confirmed in St, John's church April 6, 1879, by Rev. Linder. At his death he had reached the a^e of 68 years, 10 months and 23 days.
The deceased had never mar ried and for the past 35 years he had lived in Illinois, where he was engaged as contractor in road construction.
He,is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Julia Weis of Elmore and Mrs. Ella Lewerenz of Chicago, and one brother. George Avers, local rural mail carrier.
The funeral service was held Monday, May 14, at the Weis home, the Rev. H. T. Bahnsen officiating and interment in Un-
Click tabs to swap between content that is broken into logical sections.
Online access is provided for research purposes only. For more information, duplication requests, or to see the item or full collection in its original (non-digital) format, please contact the contributing institution.