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Lillie M Clemmens Breidegam
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Birth: Oct. 13, 1875
Death: Jan. 10, 1936
Berks County
Pennsylvania, USA

11 Jan 1936: Mrs. Lydia [sic] Breidegan, 60 years old, died last night at the home of her son, George Breidegan, Frystown, following a five-month's illness of complications. She was a member of Klopp's Reformed church Hamlin, and until the death of her husband, George, two years ago, lived near Meckville. Since that time, she has been making her home with her son. Mrs. Breidegan leaves to survive the following children: Charles Herring, of Pine Grove; Robert Breidegan, of Reading; George Breidegan, of Frystown; John Breidegan, of Meckville; Harvey Breidegan, of Myerstown; Mary Breidegan, of Wyomissing; Mrs. Donald Potteiger, of Lebanon, and Thomas and Ray Breidegan, of Pottsville. Brother and sister surviving are Ray Clemmens, of Cleona and Mrs. Bertha Coleman, of Schuylkill Haven, and a stepbrother, Earl Clemmens, of Duncannon, Pa., also survive as does thirteen grandchildren. [Lebanon Daily News]

13 Jan 1936: In Frystown, Berks Co., on the 10th inst, Mrs. Lydia [sic] Breidigam, widow of the late George Breidigam, aged 60 years. Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from klopps Reformed Church, Hamlin. Services at the church. Interment in the adjoining cemetery. [Lebanon Daily News] 
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  George W Breidegam (1859 - 1933)
Klopps Cemetery
Lebanon County
Pennsylvania, USA
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Lillie M <i>Clemmens</i> Breidegam
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