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Henry William Luze

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Henry William Luze

Birth
Benton County, Iowa, USA
Death
14 Feb 1917 (aged 25)
Iowa, USA
Burial
Dysart, Tama County, Iowa, USA Add to Map
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Death Due to Accident
Coroner Brown of Belle Plaine was called to the Henry Luze home southeast of Dysart last Thursday afternoon as it was thought best to hold an inquest over the remains of Henry Luze, who death was chronicled in the columns of the Reporter last week. A jury composed of Edw. Chezik, J. M. Holtz and Mr. Nicholet of Belle Plaine, was chosen and after a thorough examination of conditions it was their decision that Mr. Luze met his death by being accidently shot while handling a revolver.
Henry William Luze was born December 15, 1891, in Bruce township, Benton County, and died February 14, 1917, being 25 years, and 2 months of age. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luze and spent practically his entire life in and near Dysart, except about three years which he spent at Larchwood. He had been following the trade of a cement contractor in Dysart up till last December when he and family moved to the Martin Landegrebe farm southeast of town, where they expected to live this year.
On January 6, 1915, he was united in marriage to Miss Dora L. Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischer. To Mr. and Mrs. Luze one daughter was born, Mabel, now aged fourteen months. Besides the grief stricken wife and the little daughter, he is survived by his parents, two full brothers, Will of Dysart and Louie of Elkton, S.D. and one sister, Mrs. Henry Dehrkoop, near Dysart, besides six half brothers and four half sisters, besides other relatives and a large number of friends. His father, Fred Luze of White, S.D. and a brother, Louis of Elkton, S.D. were to be in attendance at the funeral.
The funeral services were held from the Peace Evangelical church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the pastor, Rev. G.J. Krum, and burial was made in the Dysart cemetary.
Death Due to Accident
Coroner Brown of Belle Plaine was called to the Henry Luze home southeast of Dysart last Thursday afternoon as it was thought best to hold an inquest over the remains of Henry Luze, who death was chronicled in the columns of the Reporter last week. A jury composed of Edw. Chezik, J. M. Holtz and Mr. Nicholet of Belle Plaine, was chosen and after a thorough examination of conditions it was their decision that Mr. Luze met his death by being accidently shot while handling a revolver.
Henry William Luze was born December 15, 1891, in Bruce township, Benton County, and died February 14, 1917, being 25 years, and 2 months of age. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luze and spent practically his entire life in and near Dysart, except about three years which he spent at Larchwood. He had been following the trade of a cement contractor in Dysart up till last December when he and family moved to the Martin Landegrebe farm southeast of town, where they expected to live this year.
On January 6, 1915, he was united in marriage to Miss Dora L. Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischer. To Mr. and Mrs. Luze one daughter was born, Mabel, now aged fourteen months. Besides the grief stricken wife and the little daughter, he is survived by his parents, two full brothers, Will of Dysart and Louie of Elkton, S.D. and one sister, Mrs. Henry Dehrkoop, near Dysart, besides six half brothers and four half sisters, besides other relatives and a large number of friends. His father, Fred Luze of White, S.D. and a brother, Louis of Elkton, S.D. were to be in attendance at the funeral.
The funeral services were held from the Peace Evangelical church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the pastor, Rev. G.J. Krum, and burial was made in the Dysart cemetary.


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