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BS, ANNA DAMSCHRODER , DIES FOLLOWING OPERATIOl
rs. Anna Pep tier Damschrod¬ er died in Robinwood hospital, Toledo, at 4:00 A. M. Saturday, December 17. following* a serious operation the week previous. Her condition up to Thursday even- in? was considered quite favora¬ ble but after that she declined rapidly. The body was brought to the Burmann funeral home in Elmore where the lUieral rites were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock, her pastor, the Rev. K. W. Scheufler, officiating and interment in Union cemetery at Elmore.
Mrs Damschroder (nee Depner) was born in Germany August 10, 1876, and at her death had reach¬ ed the age of 56 years, 4 months and / .days. She came to this country with her parents when about four years of age and spent the rest of her life in Elmore and vicinity.
In early infancy she was bap¬ tized in the Lutheran faith and at the age of 14 was confirmed in the Evangelical church at Ellis- ton. After moving to , Elmore she united with Trinity M. £.. church and remained a faithful member and regular attendant of that church. She was also an ac¬ tive member of the Ladies' Aid Society.
In 1898 she was united in mar¬ riage to Julius Damschroder, who still survives, together with five children: Stanley, Kenneth and IMyrth of Toledo, Mrs. Stella I Burmann of Huntington, West I VaTTand Mrs, Violet WUsoa o ! Port Clinton. T*o children pre¬ ceded their ran* n death. SJie is also survi *our grand- : children, tb \^<-"M* twobioth- ! ers and a h b r of other relatives ar,
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