Mrs. Anna Herrman Dies At Liebenthal
Mrs. Anna E. Herrman, 76, died suddenly at her home in Liebenthal Sunday following a heart attack.
Mrs. Herrman was born in Russia Nov. 11, 1872, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Schaffer. The family came to the United States when she was a child and settled at Liebenthal. Her husband, Antone (sic) Herrman, died several years ago.
Funeral services were held yesterday morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Joseph church in Liebenthal with Rev. F. J. Uhlrich (sic) officiating.
Mrs. Herrman leaves seven daughters and three sons. They are Mrs. Adam Suppes, Otis; Mrs. Joe Schaffer, La Crosse; Mrs. Pete Suppes, La Crosse; Mrs. W. A. Rohr, Ness City; Mrs. Jake Bollig, Liebenthal; Mrs. Felix Schumaker, Munjor; Alex Herrman, Great Bend; Arnold Herrman, Memphis, Tenn.; and Reinhold Herrman, Antonino. She is also survived by 55 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Source: Rush County News, Thursday, December 2, 1948.
Mary Helen Herrman Suppes
Rosa J. Herrman Schafer
Alexander Conrad Herrman
Christina Herrman Suppes
Margaret Herrman Rohr
Sarah Albina Herrman Bollig
Reinhold Anthony Herrman
Renilda A. Herrman Bollig
Elizabeth Ann Herrman Schumacher
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