(Daughter of William and Augusta "Lena" Geldmacher Bleckwendt. Married John Adam Inman Sr. on May 1, 1911 at Cape Girardeau, MO. Cause of death-Cyst on Brain.)cs
(Please note, spelling of Alvina's maiden name on marker is shown as Blackwent, this is incorrect, should be Bleckwendt)cs
MRS. JOHN INMAN SUCCUMBS HERE, RITES ON FRIDAY
Mrs. Alvina S. Inman, wife of John Inman, a foreman at the shoe factory, died at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday night at the family home on Cape Rock Drive. She had been ill for a month, suffering from a nervous breakdown and other complications.
The body was removed to the Brinkopf-Howell Funeral Home, where it will remain until 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon and then will be taken to Trinity Lutheran Church to remain until 2:30 o'clock, when funeral services will be conducted by Rev. F. H. Melzer, the pastor. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
NATIVE OF GIRARDEAU
Mrs. Inman, who was 49 years old, was born July 19, 1884, in Cape Girardeau, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bleckwendt, the former a blacksmith on Broadway years ago.
Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Misses Mary, Helen and Virginia Inman, and two sons, Charles and John Jr., all of Cape Girardeau. Two surviving sisters are Mrs. Henry Sanders, Cape Girardeau, and Mrs. John A. Finch, Mine LaMotte.
John Adam Inman
1884–1976 (m. 1911)
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