|Birth: ||Jul. 8, 1859|
|Death: ||Mar. 4, 1918|
DEATH: Ida V. Clouser of 208 S. Court Ave. female white, widowed born July 8 1859 age 58y 7m 22d housekeeper, born PA father Samuel Keefer, born do not know, mother do not know. info. M.H. E. Zepp, 333 S. Duke St. died March 4, 1918 seen Feb. 26 to Mar. 4 1918 by Dr. C.W. Eisenhower MD died 9:50pm cerebral hemorrhage, hemifligia. pulmonary oedema, burial C. R. Church Adams Co, undertaker, C.A. Strack and son York Co. #33275 York Book 19 p. 302.
OBIT: Mrs. Ida V. Clauser Dead. Mrs. Ida V. Clauser, widow of the late Benjamin Clauser, died at her home, 208 South Court avenue at 2:30 o'clock last night. Her death was due to hemorrhages of the brain. Mrs. Clauser is survived by seven sons and seven daughters and one stepsister, Mrs. Mary A. Palmer. The funeral will be private on Thursday morning. The body will be taken to Christ Reformed Church in Littlestown by Undertaker Strack of this city, where services will be held and interment made. Mar 5 1918 The York Gazette, p 1 (half sister Mary Leister Palmer)
OBIT: Mrs. Benjamin Clauser. Funeral will be Held near Littlestown on Thursday. Mrs. Ida V. Clauser, widow of Benjamin Clauser, died Monday night at 9:50 o'clock at her home in York, from hemorrhages of the brain. She was 58 years old. She leaves these daughters and sons: Miss Florence L. Clauser, Mrs. Scott I. Myers, Mrs. Harry I. Kelly, Mrs. Erwin M. Lehigh, Mrs. Murray C. Zepp, Mrs. William R. Allison, Irvin J. Clauser, and Francis H. Clauser of York, Mrs. Jacob Wildasin, Claude C. Clauser, and BenjaminC. Clauser of Hanover; John W. Clauser, Charles E. Clauser and Milton S. Clauser, of Littlestown. She also leaves 26 grandchildren. The body will be taken to Littlestown Thursday morning for interment. Services will be held in Christ Reformed church, near Littlestown. The Gettysburg Times Mar 6 1918. p. 1
OBIT: Mrs. Ida V. Clauser. The body of Mrs. Ida V. Clauser, widow of Benjamin Clauser, who died Monday evening at her home, 208 S. Court Avenue, was sent yesterday morning by C.A. Strack and Sons, local undertakers to Littlestown, Adams County, for burial. Services were conducted in Christ Reformed Church, near that town, yesterday afternoon. The Pastor Rev. F.S. Lindeman, officiated. Mar. 8, 1918 Issue. The Gazette, York, PA March 8 1918.
OBIT: Taken by Death. Mrs. Ida V. Clauser, widow of Benjamin Clauser, died Monday, at her home in York, from hemorrhages of the brain. Among the surviving children are: Mrs. Jacob Wildasin, Claude C. Clauser and Benjamin C. Clauser, of Hanover; John W. Clauser and Milton S. Clauser, of Littlestown. The body was taken to Littlestown on Thursday morning, and interment made at Christ Reformed church. New Oxford Item, New Oxford, PA. Mar 14 1918
Samuel Keefer (1808 - 1865)
Lydia Kump Keefer (1825 - 1896)
Benjamin Clouser (1855 - 1906)*
John W. Clouser (1875 - 1940)*
Milton Sylvester Clouser (1878 - 1955)*
Charles Edward Clouser (1881 - 1955)*
Emma V Clouser Wildasin (1882 - 1952)*
Benjamin Cleveland Clouser (1884 - 1949)*
Mary Elizabeth Keefer (1833 - 1850)**
John Luther Keefer (1837 - 1920)**
Mary Ann Leister Palmer (1843 - 1918)**
John Henry Leister (1845 - 1921)**
Ida Virginia Keefer Clouser (1859 - 1918)
Christ United Church of Christ Cemetery
Created by: Christos Christou, Jr.
Record added: Nov 09, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100424334