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Henry C. John Scheele
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Birth: Jan. 28, 1876
Adams County
Indiana, USA
Death: Aug. 31, 1954
Fort Wayne
Allen County
Indiana, USA

Henry J Scheele, 78, of 671 Third St, died at 11 am yesterday in St Joseph Hospital where he had been a patient one week.

He was a retired real estate dealer and a member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs Dan Luebke, Fort wayne; five sons, Raymond Scheele, Oklahoma City, Okla, and Victor, Arthur, John and Otto Scheele, all of Fort Wayne; one brother, Martin Scheele, Fort Wayne, and 11 grandchildren.

Friends may call at the CM Sloan & Sons Funeral Home after 7 pm today. Services will be held at 3 pm Friday in the funeral home, the Rev CW Brueggemann officiating. Burial will be in Concordia Lutheran Cemetery. Fort Wayne Journal Gazette - September 1, 1954

Family links: 
  Heinrich Wilhelm Scheele (1840 - 1912)
  Sophia Meyer Scheele (1841 - 1911)
  Emma Catherine Strodel Scheele (1879 - 1932)*
  Willard Scheele (1906 - 1928)*
  William H. Scheele (1866 - 1936)*
  Emma F. Scheele Fuchshuber (1869 - 1942)*
  Mary L. Scheele Werling (1871 - 1954)*
  Henry C. John Scheele (1876 - 1954)
  Martin Frederick Scheele (1878 - 1956)*
  Herman H. Scheele (1880 - 1952)*
*Calculated relationship
Concordia Lutheran Cemetery
Fort Wayne
Allen County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Sue Allen
Record added: Jan 26, 2007
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Henry C. John Scheele
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 Added: Feb. 20, 2011
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- Sue Allen
 Added: Jun. 26, 2008

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