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Susanna Ramer Loucks
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Birth: Sep. 8, 1866
Death: May 28, 1907
Wakarusa
Elkhart County
Indiana, USA

LOUCKS.-Susanna (Ramer) Loucks, wife of Pre. Jonas Loucks, died very suddenly at her home near Wakarusa, Ind., May 28, 1907, aged 40y. 8m. 20d. Sister Loucks rose in the morning and, by the help of Bro. Loucks dressed herself, when she, for some cause, was overcome and fell back on the bed, remarking that she thought she would die, and in a short time passed away. She leaves a husband, a daughter ten days old, two brothers and many more distant relatives. She was buried at Yellow Creek, May 30, where a large concourse of people assembled to pay the last tribute of respect to the departed sister and to show their sympathy to the bereaved friends. Funeral services were conducted by Jacob K. Bixler, John Martin and J. W. Christopher from I Sam. 20:3. "There is but a step between me and death." 
 
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 Parents:
  Tobias Ramer (1824 - 1887)
  Esther Hoover Ramer (1824 - 1906)
 
 Spouse:
  Jonas Loucks (1853 - 1938)*
 
 Children:
  Florence Loucks Mumaw (1907 - 1991)*
 
 Siblings:
  Anna Ramer Loucks (1854 - 1900)*
  Samuel Ramer (1856 - 1914)*
  Martin Ramer (1858 - 1928)*
  Fanny Ramer (1861 - 1862)*
  Susanna Ramer Loucks (1866 - 1907)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Yellow Creek Brick Cemetery
Southwest
Elkhart County
Indiana, USA
 
Created by: Betty Lou Kline
Record added: Jan 16, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32976714
Susanna <i>Ramer</i> Loucks
Added by: Ginger Loucks
 
Susanna <i>Ramer</i> Loucks
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