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Elizabeth ALBRECHT

Massillon City -- Massillon -- Perry Twp. Cemetery
Stark County,

Elizabeth Albrecht
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Evening Independent
Aug 15, 1907

Mrs. Albrecht An Old Resident
Her Death Came Suddenly Wednesday Afternoon
Funeral on Saturday at 1:30
The Deceased Went to Drive as was Her Custom Wednesday
Morning, Ate Dinner With Her Family and Then Retired to
Rest - Heart Trouble Caused Death Soon Afterward
Mrs. Elizabeth Daum Albrecht, aged 82 years and ten months, died
at her residence at the corner of North and East streets at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. Although she had not been entirely well for several
months, Mrs. Albrecht's death was quite unexpected, and with the
exception of her two daughters, the Misses Wilhehnina and Emma Albrecht,
members of her family were out of this city. They were communicated
with immediately, and most of them returned to Massillon today.
The funeral will be held at 1:30 Saturday afternoon at the residence,
to be followed by a service at St. Paul's Lutheran church; of which
The deceased had long been a faithful member. The Reverend L. H. Burry, pastor of the church, will officiate.
Wednesday morning Mrs. Albrecht spent several hours driving, as was
her custom. She ate dinner with the rest of the family. Afterwards she
complained of pressure about the heart and retired to her room to rest.
After lying down she lapsed into a condition of semiconsciousness, from
which she never roused. Her death was peaceful. Besides the Misses
Wilhelmina and Emma Albrecht, the deceased is survived by several other
children. Her youngest daughter, Miss Edith Albrecht, was visiting
friends in Columbus when the sad hews came. Another daughter, Mrs.
Henry C. Dielhenn, of this city, was in Cleveland. One son, Edward R. Albrecht, of Massillon, was at Mitiwanga, on Lake Erie, and another, Frederick
Albrecht, lives in Akron. Mrs. Amelia Albrecht, widow of the late G. L. Albrecht, the oldest son, was with her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Dimon, in
Michigan. She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. John Stockert, of Jackson
township, and ten grandchildren.

Elizabeth Albrecht, nee Daum, was born in Hoechst, Grand Duchy of
Hesseu-Darmstadt, Germany, on September2, 1834. In 1841 with her -parents she came to Rome, N. Y., but the vicinity not appealing to the family
as n place of residence, they continued their journey, by way of the Erie
canal, to Buffalo, where they remained while the father went out to find a
suitable location in Ohio, He decided upon a place near Genoa, between
Massillon and Canton. Here the family made their home.

Mrs. Albrecht became the wife of her late husband, Frederick Albrecht,
of this city, on February 22, 1847. The young people located In Massillon
where Mr. Albrecht was in business. Nine children were born to them. The
survivors have been named above. Mrs. Albrecht had been a widow for
twenty years. She had always been in good health until within the past
few years. She was a lovable character, ever active and devoted to her
family and to church work, of which she did a great deal. She taught in
St. Paul's Sunday school until within the last few years, when advancing
age made this difficult for her. She was well known in this vicinity and
was highly respected.

Contributed on 5/4/09 by Schumaker4
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Submitted: 5/4/09 • Approved: 5/11/09 • Last Updated: 8/13/15 • R92738-G0-S3

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