The Southeast Missourian Cape Girardeau MO Thursday, July 8, 1943 page 6 Jackson--Mrs. Mary Bell Koehler, wife of H. C. Koehler, died at the family home, three miles east of Jackson, at 12:30 a.m. today, after a long illness resulting from paralytic attacks. The body was removed to the Wilson-Statler-Seabaugh Funeral Home, but funeral arrangements have not been made. Mrs. Koehler, whose maiden name was Baugh, was born near Jackson Dec. 13, 1887, and lived her entire life in the community. On Sept. 24, 1903, she was married to H. C. Koehler, and since that time they had resided on the farm where she died. She is survived by her husband, five sons, Pvt. Lawrence Koehler, stationed in New Jersey, Pvt. Clemens Koehler, at Camp Pickett, Va., Sgt. Charles Koehler at Camp Campbell, Ky., Alfred Koehler of Cape Girardeau, and Paul Koehler of Chaffee; five daughters, Mrs. Dewey Smith, Mrs. George Vinyard, Mrs. Tony Winkler and Mrs. John Horrell of Jackson, and Miss Opal Marie Koehler, at home; 16 grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Irene Golightly of St. Louis.