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 Herman B. Albers

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Herman B. Albers

Birth
Saint Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA
Death
25 Jan 1965 (aged 95)
Saint Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA
Burial
Hookdale, Bond County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID
49637039 View Source

Obit For Herman Albers
1965
Herman N. Albers, 95, Former Hookdale Farmer, Dies Monday
Services To Be Held Here This Friday Afternoon
Herman N. Albers, 95, a former well known farmer of the Hookdale area, who for the past two and a half years had lived in St. Louis with his niece, Mrs. Anna Tigges, died at the Tigges home at 11:50 p.m. Monday, following an illness of but a few days from senile complications.
The body is at the Dewey & Son Mortuary, here, where friends may call and where funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Friday, the Rev. Dallas A. Newby officiating. Interment will be in the German cemetery west of Hookdale.
A native of St. Louis, Mr. Albers was born February 17, 1869, the son of Henry and Charlotte (Birkenkamp) Albers, being aged 95 years, 11 months and nine days. He farmed in the Hookdale community where he was well known. On March 23, 1905 at Carlyle he was married to Annie C. Schumaker, who died April 6, 1949. Following the death of his wife, his niece, Mrs. Tigges and husband Herman Tigges came to the Albers home in 1952 and lived with Mr. Albers. Mr. Tigges died in June 1962 and a short time later Mr. Albers and his niece moved to St. Louis where he lived in the Tigges home and was cared for by his niece.
Mr. Albers is the last of his family, having been preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Unterbrink and Mrs. Pauline Meyers and two brothers, Henry and William Albers.

Obit For Herman Albers
1965
Herman N. Albers, 95, Former Hookdale Farmer, Dies Monday
Services To Be Held Here This Friday Afternoon
Herman N. Albers, 95, a former well known farmer of the Hookdale area, who for the past two and a half years had lived in St. Louis with his niece, Mrs. Anna Tigges, died at the Tigges home at 11:50 p.m. Monday, following an illness of but a few days from senile complications.
The body is at the Dewey & Son Mortuary, here, where friends may call and where funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Friday, the Rev. Dallas A. Newby officiating. Interment will be in the German cemetery west of Hookdale.
A native of St. Louis, Mr. Albers was born February 17, 1869, the son of Henry and Charlotte (Birkenkamp) Albers, being aged 95 years, 11 months and nine days. He farmed in the Hookdale community where he was well known. On March 23, 1905 at Carlyle he was married to Annie C. Schumaker, who died April 6, 1949. Following the death of his wife, his niece, Mrs. Tigges and husband Herman Tigges came to the Albers home in 1952 and lived with Mr. Albers. Mr. Tigges died in June 1962 and a short time later Mr. Albers and his niece moved to St. Louis where he lived in the Tigges home and was cared for by his niece.
Mr. Albers is the last of his family, having been preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Unterbrink and Mrs. Pauline Meyers and two brothers, Henry and William Albers.


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