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 Henry Bader

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Henry Bader

Birth
Fairfield County, Ohio, USA
Death
26 Jul 1891 (aged 69)
Toledo, Cumberland County, Illinois, USA
Burial
Toledo, Cumberland County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID
66391257 View Source

Another Old Settler Passes Away.
Uncle Henry is no more.


For years until within the last few months his familiar face has wont to be seen upon the streets of Toledo when he would come to town after his mail, to sell his grain, and market his produce, but it will be seen no more.

The cycle of death has cut him off, and he has gone from earthly action to a home beyond the rolling river. Ever since the death of his first wife which occurred on October 9, 1889, Uncle Henry's health has been falling which terminated in death at 9 o'clock Sunday night.

The deceased moved from Ohio to Illinois in 1847 and was the oldest settler residing in southwest Sumpter Township. No citizen more fully had the confidence and respect of his neighbors. His word was as good as his bond. Add trust, charity and love of fellowman, and you have the cardinal points of his character.

By his first marriage were ten children, six of whom are still living [in 1891]: sons William, Asa, and Fredrick; daughters Mrs. Riley [Roseanna] White, Mrs. Kelly [Sarah] Morgan, and Mrs. [Delila Jane] Jennie Tussing, all residents of this county except the latter who resides in Nebraska. In September last, the deceased was united in marriage with Mrs. Susan Walker, who survives him.

The remains were interred at the Salem Cemetery on Monday afternoon, a large concourse of people being present.

-- July 1891 "Toledo" (Cumberland Co., IL).

Henry was the son of Samuel BADER and Salome ROUSCH.

Another Old Settler Passes Away.
Uncle Henry is no more.


For years until within the last few months his familiar face has wont to be seen upon the streets of Toledo when he would come to town after his mail, to sell his grain, and market his produce, but it will be seen no more.

The cycle of death has cut him off, and he has gone from earthly action to a home beyond the rolling river. Ever since the death of his first wife which occurred on October 9, 1889, Uncle Henry's health has been falling which terminated in death at 9 o'clock Sunday night.

The deceased moved from Ohio to Illinois in 1847 and was the oldest settler residing in southwest Sumpter Township. No citizen more fully had the confidence and respect of his neighbors. His word was as good as his bond. Add trust, charity and love of fellowman, and you have the cardinal points of his character.

By his first marriage were ten children, six of whom are still living [in 1891]: sons William, Asa, and Fredrick; daughters Mrs. Riley [Roseanna] White, Mrs. Kelly [Sarah] Morgan, and Mrs. [Delila Jane] Jennie Tussing, all residents of this county except the latter who resides in Nebraska. In September last, the deceased was united in marriage with Mrs. Susan Walker, who survives him.

The remains were interred at the Salem Cemetery on Monday afternoon, a large concourse of people being present.

-- July 1891 "Toledo" (Cumberland Co., IL).

Henry was the son of Samuel BADER and Salome ROUSCH.


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  • Maintained by: EJWils
  • Originally Created by: AMB
  • Added: 2 Mar 2011
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 66391257
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/66391257/henry-bader: accessed ), memorial page for Henry Bader (Feb 1822–26 Jul 1891), Find a Grave Memorial ID 66391257, citing Salem Cemetery, Toledo, Cumberland County, Illinois, USA; Maintained by EJWils (contributor 47585683) .