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Werner Friedrich Wilhelm Ritterling
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Birth: Sep. 25, 1900
Byron
Thayer County
Nebraska, USA
Death: Aug. 3, 1983
Byron
Thayer County
Nebraska, USA

Werner Friedrich Wilhelm Ritterling,
son of Ludwig and Bertha Rhode Ritterling
was born at Byron, Nebr., September
25,1900, and died at Byron August
3, 1983. He graduated from
Niles Bryant School of Piano Tuning.
He was united in marriage to Sophia
Margaret Hoops February 27, 1927, and to
this union five sons were born. He lived in
the Byron community all his life.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, two sisters, Magdalene Freitag
and Anna Ritterling; two brothers, Herman
and John Ritterling.
He is survived by his wife, Sophia, of
the home; five sons: Norman of Napoleon,
Ohio, Lawrence of Byron, Marvin of
Massilon, Ohio, Orville of Farmington,
Mich., Verland of Plymouth, Wise; one
brother, William C. Ritterling of Byron; a
sister, Miss Elizabeth Ritterling of
Deshler; 17 grandchildren.
Interment was in St. Peter Lutheran
Cemetery, 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Ludwig E Ritterling (1854 - 1921)
  Bertha Anna Rohde Ritterling (1859 - 1933)
 
 Spouse:
  Sophia Margareta Hoops Ritterling (1904 - 1984)*
 
 Children:
  Norman Werner Ritterling (1928 - 2013)*
  Lawrence Ludwig Ritterling (1929 - 2011)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Peters Lutheran Cemetery
Byron
Thayer County
Nebraska, USA
 
Created by: janna
Record added: Aug 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74445171
Werner Friedrich Wilhelm Ritterling
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