|Birth: ||Aug. 25, 1877|
|Death: ||Dec. 29, 1932|
Mille Lacs County
Frederick Albert Hass, a well known South Fork resident passed away Thurs. afternoon Dec. 29th at the N.W. hospital at Princeton. Mr. Hass has been ill for several years, and became seriously ill Sun. evening. On Mon. he underwent an operation for stomach tumor which resulted in his death. Mr. Hass was born Aug. 25, 1877 at Clinton, IA. He had made his home in this county for 22 years. His marriage to Minnie S. Weideman occured at Manning, IA in 1908. The following year Mr. Hass brought his wife to his farm in this county, where they have since resided. Mr. and Mrs. Hass were blessed with four children John, Elmer, Leola and Clarence all of them living at home. Those who mourn the death of Mr. Hass besides the widow and four children, are 3 sisters, Mrs. Annie Nulle and Mrs. Maggie Tank of Manning, Mrs. Evelina Paulson of Gray, IA, and 3 brothers Peter of Collin, IA, Frank of Manning, and Henry of Lakefield, Minn.
Mr. Hass is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, and one sister. Private funeral services were held at the home at 1:00, Jan. 1 and from the Ogilvie High School Auditorium at 2:00. Rev. N.E. Sieving pastor of the Lutheran Church officiating.
Pallbearers were John Block, Peter Block, Peter Johannsen, Herman Jeddidah, John DeSota, and William Kock. Remains were laid to rest at the Oakwood Cemetery at Mora.
Among those from out of town attending the service were, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wiedeman, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wiedeman from Mequoketa, IA. Henry hass a brother of Lakefield, MN. Henry Paulsen a brother-in-law and Herbert Hass a nephew of Manning, IA.
Albert was also a carpenter built several homes in Ogilvie.
Wilhelmina Sophia Weideman Hass (1884 - 1964)*
Created by: Kayla and Scott
Record added: May 16, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26866852
Added: Aug. 25, 2013
Added: Aug. 25, 2012