|Birth: ||Jan. 5, 1870|
|Death: ||Jul. 5, 1929|
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles Times, CA, Sunday, July 16, 1893, p16
On Thursday morning at the cathedral Rev. Father McAuliffe united in marriage two favorite young people, Miss Cecelia Maxey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Maxey of Alameda street, and Atalus Niemeyer of Verdugo. Miss Eleanora Neimeyer (sic/Niemeyer), sister of the groom, was bridesmaid, and J. McGarry acted as best man. The bridal robe was cream cashmere trimmed with lace, with veil and wreath of orange blossoms. Instead of a bouquet she carried a prayer book. The bridesmaid was also attired in cream color. After the ceremony the bridal party and immediate friends were driven to the home of the bride's parents, where a wedding breakfast followed. The house was made beautiful by ferns and flowers, and the occasion was a joyful one.
At 4 o'clock in the afternoon the young couple, amid showers of rice, left for Coronado, and upon their return they will make their home at the bridegroom's ranch at Verdugo.
Los Angeles Times, CA, Saturday, July 6, 1929, page A9
PIONEER OF CITY HEARS FINAL CALL
Mrs. Cecelia Niemeyer Dies in North Hollywood After Years of Illness
Mrs. Cecelia Niemeyer, pioneer resident of Los Angeles, died at her home in North Hollywood yesterday after an illness of several years.
Mrs. Niemeyer, nee Maxey, came to Los Angeles in 1883, in company with her father, John J. Maxey, then a retired manufacturer of Denver, and one of the first four settlers of that city. She was married here in 1893 to Attalus (sic/Atalus) J. Niemeyer, then a rancher, and for many years they lived on his ranch at what is now Eleventh street and Central avenue.
Since Mr. Niemeyer's retirement, more than fifteen years ago, Mrs. Niemeyer virtually has been and invalid and confined to her bed. She was 59 years of age and the mother of five sons and three daughters, all of whom are left.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Niemeyer also leaves her mother, Mrs. John J. Maxey of this city. Her sons are Dr. Leo P., Bernard, Veno (sic/Zeno), Theodore and William Niemeyer; her daughters, Mrs. Joseph Blankmeyer, Mrs. Jack Kelleher and Mrs. Arthur Bennett.
Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. at the St. Charles Roman Catholic Church. Rev. Father Reardon will officiate, and interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Los Angeles Times, CA, Saturday, July 6, 1929
Mrs. Mary C. Niemeyer, beloved wife of Atalus Niemeyer.
Remains at the Keith parlors, North Hollywood. Services at St. Charles Church Monday at 9 a.m. Internment Calvary.
John Joseph Maxey (1839 - 1912)
Anna Mary Burke Maxey (1847 - 1934)
Atalus Joseph Niemeyer (1868 - 1942)*
Atalus Joseph William Niemeyer (1894 - 1921)*
Bernard E. Niemeyer (1896 - 1941)*
Marie Cecelia Niemeyer Blankmeyer (1897 - 1983)*
Zeno Walter Niemeyer (1898 - 1954)*
Lorenza E. Niemeyer Kelleher (1900 - 1997)*
Henry James Niemeyer (1901 - 1903)*
Leo Paul Niemeyer (1903 - 1955)*
Vera Teresa Niemeyer Bello (1905 - 1999)*
Theodore Joseph Niemeyer (1906 - 1956)*
Anthony Charles Niemeyer (1908 - 1908)*
William Edward Niemeyer (1909 - 1971)*
Catherine Margaret Maxey Wilhelm (1865 - 1911)*
John Emmett Maxey (1867 - 1957)*
Mary Cecelia Maxey Niemeyer (1870 - 1929)
James J. Maxey (1874 - 1909)*
Walter Edward Maxey (1875 - 1953)*
William Joseph Maxey (1879 - 1942)*
Lorenza Mary Maxey Townsend (1881 - 1965)*
Los Angeles County
Plot: Section c, Lot 866, Grave 18
Created by: Jane Marie Morrison
Record added: Mar 16, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18480927