|Birth: ||Feb. 23, 1883|
|Death: ||Feb. 28, 1961|
Life's End. MRS. ANNA M. CUTLER FUNERAL SERVICE – FRIDAY AT REMSEN.
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Marie Cutler, 77, who died unexpectedly Tuesday at her home in Remsen, will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Christ Lutheran church Remsen.
Rev. Alfred Christiansen will officiate and burial will be in the Remsen city cemetery. Friends may call at the Moeller funeral home, Remsen.
Anna Marie Harnack was born Oct. 23, 1883, at Remsen. She resided at Worthington, Minn., for many years until returning to Remsen in 1948. She was well known in the Remsen community for her fancy baked goods.
Surviving are a sister and brother, Elizabeth C. Harnack and John F. Harnack, both of Remsen. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and one brother, Mary, Bertha and Henry. – Le Mars Daily Sentinel, March 2, 1961, page 7.
Mrs. Anna Cutler Dies Unexpectedly. Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Cutler, 77, native here and a a resident of the community nearly all her life who died unexpectedly in her home Tuesday, will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at Christ Lutheran church with the pastor, Rev. Alfred Christiansen officiating. Burial will be in the community cemetery.
Born on a farm south of Remsen February 23, 1883, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Harnack, who came here among the early settlers. She married Ernest E. Cutler and for several years lived at Worthington, MInn., returning to Remsen in 1948. In recent years she shared the old family home with her sister, Miss Elizabeth Harnack.
Anna Cutler was a lifelong and faithful member of the Lutheran church and one of the Staunch members of Christ congregation here. She lived the life of a true Christian, was a member of the Ladies Aid in which she took an active part. Her kindness and generosity won her many friends over the area and her unexpected death came as a shock to those who knew her.
Survivors. Survivors include the sister, Elizabeth, and one brother, John Harnack, on the old home farm south of Remsen.
Services. Friends may call today and this evening at the Moeller funeral home which has charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers will be William D. Sievers, Bruno Wischnewski, Leonard Sonnichsen, Herman Kluver, Clifford A. Dorr and August Hansen.
Flower bearers will be Mrs. Edward Nitzschke, Mrs. K. M. Griepenburg and Mrs. Etta Rinehart. – Remsen Bell-Enterprise, March 2, 1961, page 5, column 4
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Cutler, 77, of Remsen, who died Tuesday at her home, will be at 10:30 p.m. Friday at Christ Lutheran church at Remsen with Rev. Alfred Christiansen officiating. Burial will be in the Remsen cemetery.
She was born February 23, 1883, near Remsen. Before moving to Remsen in 1948, she lived in Worthington, Minn. She was married in 1920 to E. E. Cutler.
Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Harnack of Remsen, and a brother, John F, of Remsen. The body was taken to the Moeller funeral home at Remsen. – March 2, 1961, page 6.
ARE QUIETLY MARRIED. Principals are Well Known Young People of Remsen.
Miss Anna Harnack and Ernest Cutler, of Remsen, were united in marriage on Tuesday at St. John's parsonage, Rev. J. J. Vollmar officiating. Miss Elizabeth Lang and John Harnack were witnesses to the ceremony. They are well known and prominent young people of Remsen vicinity. They will be at home on a farm they have rented near Wilmont, Minn. – Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, March 26, 1920, page 1.
1930 U. S. Census. Ernest E Cutler and Anna are living in Worthington, Nobles, Minnesota in a rented home on Sherwood Street. Ernest was born about 1888 in Kansas. He is a laborer at odd jobs. Anna was born about 1886 in Iowa. She is a cook at a restaurant.
1940 U. S. Census. Ernest is 53 and is living in an institution named St. Peter State Hospital, in St. Peter, Nicollet, Minnesota. His marital status is “married”, but Anna is not listed with him. His home, back in 1935, was listed as rural Nobles, Minnesota. Anna is living as a lodger on 8th Street, Worthington, Nobles, Minnesota—the same place as 1935. Her occupation is a cook.
The funeral was held on March 3 with Pastor Alfred Christiansen officiating. The sermon text was John 11:28c.
John Harnack (1850 - 1931)
Louisa Elizabeth Greimann Harnack (1856 - 1948)
Mary Dorothea Harnack (1881 - 1915)*
Anna M Harnack Cutler (1883 - 1961)
Bertha L Harnack (1886 - 1949)*
Elizabeth C Harnack (1888 - 1974)*
Henry Harnack (1892 - 1928)*
John Frederick Harnack (1896 - 1982)*
Plot: Block 2 East, Row 10, Lot 49, Stone G
Created by: Mona
Record added: Nov 13, 2012
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