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 Herman Heinrich Stutt

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Herman Heinrich Stutt

Birth
Langworthy, Jones County, Iowa, USA
Death
13 May 1961 (aged 88)
Anamosa, Jones County, Iowa, USA
Burial
Jones County, Iowa, USA
Plot
Lot #128 Grave #4
Memorial ID
61208043 View Source

SOURCE: The Monticello Express, Monticello, Iowa, January 28, 1937, Page 1
Herman Stutt Fractures Two Ribs in a Fall
Herman Stutt, farmer living near Langworthy, accidentally fell down on the ice last week and fractured two ribs. He was engaged in doing farm work when the accident occurred. Herman is now tapped up and will walk stiffly for a while or until the ribs knit.
Contributor: Cheryl Locher Moonen (47601076)
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SOURCE: THE ANAMOSA JOURNAL...MAY 15, 1961...PAGE 2
HERMAN H. STUTT OF ANAMOSA DIES
Funeral Services Set On Tuesday, May 16th
Herman H. Stutt, 88, Anamosa, died Saturday, May 13, at his home at 103 S.Linn, Anamosa.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 16, at 2 p.m.,at St. Paul Lutheran church, Anamosa. Rev. Otto Zwanziger, Monticello, will officiate at the service. Burial will be in Wayne cemetery. Goettsch Funeral home, Anamosa, is in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers include Fred Stutt, Harry Stutt, Harvey Stutt, Elmer Stutt, John Folkers and Clarence Stutt.
He was born on Oct. 4, 1872, son of John Stutt and Marie Harms Stutt, Wayne Township. He was married to Theresa Coleman Jan. 25, 1906, in Wayne township.
Couple farmed in Wayne township for 47 years. They lived in Monticello for two and a half year and have lived in Anamosa the last three and a half years.
Survivors include his wife, Theresa; three daughters, Freida, Mrs. Herman Ortigies; Selma, Mrs. Robert Stickley; and Vera, Mrs. LeRoy Holub, all of Anamosa; one son, Allen Stutt, Cedar Rapids, 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild
He was preceded in death by two sons, Alva and Virgil; one grandchild; five brothers and two sisters.

SOURCE: The Monticello Express, Monticello, Iowa, January 28, 1937, Page 1
Herman Stutt Fractures Two Ribs in a Fall
Herman Stutt, farmer living near Langworthy, accidentally fell down on the ice last week and fractured two ribs. He was engaged in doing farm work when the accident occurred. Herman is now tapped up and will walk stiffly for a while or until the ribs knit.
Contributor: Cheryl Locher Moonen (47601076)
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SOURCE: THE ANAMOSA JOURNAL...MAY 15, 1961...PAGE 2
HERMAN H. STUTT OF ANAMOSA DIES
Funeral Services Set On Tuesday, May 16th
Herman H. Stutt, 88, Anamosa, died Saturday, May 13, at his home at 103 S.Linn, Anamosa.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 16, at 2 p.m.,at St. Paul Lutheran church, Anamosa. Rev. Otto Zwanziger, Monticello, will officiate at the service. Burial will be in Wayne cemetery. Goettsch Funeral home, Anamosa, is in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers include Fred Stutt, Harry Stutt, Harvey Stutt, Elmer Stutt, John Folkers and Clarence Stutt.
He was born on Oct. 4, 1872, son of John Stutt and Marie Harms Stutt, Wayne Township. He was married to Theresa Coleman Jan. 25, 1906, in Wayne township.
Couple farmed in Wayne township for 47 years. They lived in Monticello for two and a half year and have lived in Anamosa the last three and a half years.
Survivors include his wife, Theresa; three daughters, Freida, Mrs. Herman Ortigies; Selma, Mrs. Robert Stickley; and Vera, Mrs. LeRoy Holub, all of Anamosa; one son, Allen Stutt, Cedar Rapids, 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild
He was preceded in death by two sons, Alva and Virgil; one grandchild; five brothers and two sisters.


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