|Birth: ||Jul. 7, 1886|
|Death: ||1968, USA|
Obituary - Hannibal Courier, April 18, 1968
"Mrs. Lottie Mae Scholl, formerly of 2600 Hope St., died at 3:25 pm Wednesday at the Shebyville County Memorial Hospital in Shelbyville, Ill.
She was the widow of Rev. J. B. Scholl, Methodist minister, who preceded her in death Oct. 24, 1963.
Services will be conducted at 2 pm Saturday at Arch Street Methodist Church. Reverends Cecil Hurt and B. L. Holcomb will officiate and interment will be in Grand View Burial Park.
Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home after noon Friday until noon Saturday when the body will be taken to the church to lie in state from 1 pm until the hour of the services.
Mrs. Scholl was born July 7, 1886 near Newark, Ohio, a daughter of the late Henry A. and Effie Coffield Baker. She and Rev. Scholl were married Sept. 20, 1919.
She was a member of Arch Street Methodist Church and the WSCS of the church.
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Don (Mary Belle) Trumbold, of Shelbyville, Ill.; two sons, John J. Scholl, of Quincy, and Joe B. Scholl, of Hannibal; seven grandchildren; one great grandson; one sister, Miss Gladys Baker; and a brother, Herbert Baker, both of Newark, Ohio."
Obituary - Quincy Herald-Whig, April 18, 1968
"Widow of former minster at Hannibal dies
Hannibal, Mo., April 18 �
Mrs. Charlotte Lottie Scholl, 81, of 2600 Hope, mother of John Scholl of Quincy, Ill., died Wednesday (April 17, 1968) at 3:30p.m. in a Shelbyville, Ill., hospital where she had been a patient since November 1967.
Services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 in the Arch Street Methodist Church with the Revs. Cecil Hurt and B. L. Holcomb officiating. Burial will be in Grand View Burial Park.
Mrs. Scholl was born at Newark, Ohio, July 7, 1886, a daughter of Henry A. and Ellie Coffield Baker. She was married to the Rev. John B. Scholl, Sept. 20, 1919. He preceded her in death Oct. 24, 1963. She was a member of the Arch Street Methodist Church, where her husband had been minister. He had previously served churches in the Missouri communities of Auxvasse, Lennens, Shelbyville, Ketesville and New London.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Don (Mary Belle) Trumbold of Shelbyville, Ill.; two sons, John J. Scholl, a linotype operator at the Quincy Herald-Whig and Joe B. Scholl of Hannibal; seven grandchildren; a great-grandson; a sister, Miss Gladys Baker of Newark, Ohio; and a brother, Hubert Baker of Newark, Ohio."
John Boone Scholl (1888 - 1963)*
John J Scholl (1920 - 1986)*
Joe Baker Scholl (1921 - 1990)*
Mary Belle Scholl Trumbold (1924 - 2000)*
Grand View Burial Park
Created by: janicet
Record added: Jan 07, 2013
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