|Birth: ||Jun. 16, 1822|
|Death: ||Apr. 13, 1907|
15 Apr 1907 (Mon.) -- A Niles Pioneer
Was Mrs. Anna H. Talbitzer Who Died There Saturday - Relatives Here
The death of Mrs. Anna Hager Talbitzer, which occurred at 12:30 oclock Saturday at the home of her daugher Mrs. M. E. Rose at Niles, removed one of the oldest residents of that place. until four months ago "Grandma", as she was familiarly called, enjoyed very good health, but a breaking down of the system became apparant and she was confined to her room, the greater part of the time to her bed.
Anna Hager Talbitzer was born in Berne, Switzerland, May 16. 1822. She was reared in her native city and married Carl John Talbitzer in 1841. Four children were born to them before they decided to cast their lot in this country. In 1848, the family came to Pittsburg, where they lived for five years, coming to Niles in 1853. In 1861 the husband and father enlisted in the civil war and was wounded in the battle of Shiloh. He was taken to a hospital but his wound was of such a serious nature that he was sent home and died three days after reaching his family. She is survived by eight children, Charles W., of Monroe, Neb., Frederick, John Frederick, and Herman of Niles, Mrs. M. C. Gies of Youngstown, Mrs. T. W. Thomas of Warren, Mrs. M. E. Rose and Mrs. (John L) Stone of Niles.
17 Apr 1907 (Wed.) -- The funeral for Miss Anna Talbitzer, charter member of the congregation of St. Luke's church, Niles, was held yesterday afternoon Rev. H.E. Cooks officiating. The fureral was at the church, and burial at Union cemetry beside the husband of the deceased.
Charles Johann-John Talbitzer (1807 - 1862)*
Charles W. Talbitzer (1841 - 1919)*
Anna Mae Talbitzer Stone (1843 - 1911)*
Louisa Josephine Talbitzer Rose (1851 - 1918)*
John Frederick Talbitzer (1858 - 1909)*
Niles City Cemetery
Created by: Darrell Doane
Record added: Jul 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94446089
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