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Clarence Oscar Treu
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Birth: Nov. 15, 1892
Death: Jan. 20, 1903

Clarence Oscar Treu, aged 10 years, died this morning at 6:30 o'clock at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Treu, corner of Piqua road and Rudisill avenue, of pneumonia. The boy was taken ill with a cold about a week ago while at school, but had been about until yesterday when he became worse. The physician was called and he pronounced him suffering with pneumonia. He continued to grow worse until death came. Besides his parents, four sisters survive.

The funeral will take place Thursday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon from the residence, Rev. Dannecker officiating. The burial will be at the St. John cemetery.

Published in the Fort Wayne Daily News, January 20, 1903. 
 
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 Parents:
  Fredrick Charles Treu (1868 - 1905)
  Dollie Viola Sanford Lutz (1873 - 1956)
 
 Siblings:
  Pearl Irene Treu Schmidt (1891 - 1968)*
  Clarence Oscar Treu (1892 - 1903)
  Elsie A. Treu Pierson (1894 - 1984)*
  Garnet V. Treu Dahman (1897 - 1987)*
  Cleo Elizabeth Treu Ormiston (1900 - 1986)*
  Fern Edith Treu Olinger (1904 - 1978)*
  Virginia Lutz Decamp (1915 - 1986)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
s/o F & D
 
Burial:
Saint Johns Lutheran Cemetery
Fort Wayne
Allen County
Indiana, USA
 
Created by: Jim Cox
Record added: Jan 04, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32637214
Clarence Oscar Treu
Added by: Tyler Wilson
 
Clarence Oscar Treu
Added by: Tyler Wilson
 
Clarence Oscar Treu
Added by: Tyler Wilson
 
 
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