The entrance to Silverbrook Cemetery is located at the corner of Main and Cherry Streets in the city of Niles, Michigan.
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MRS. JACOB WIESER, 81, IS TAKEN BY DEATH
Widow of Pioneer Wagon Maker of Niles Passes Away This Morning
CARL WILLMAN STRICKEN TODAY
Carl Willman, 75, a resident of Niles since 1903, died this morning at 2:40 in Pawating hospital after an illness of nine months. He lived with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Skalla, 333 North Lincoln avenue.
A native of Schonow, Germany, where he was born Oct. 22, 1867, he and the late Mrs. Willmann operated a meat market in Germany for 23 years before coming to this country.
After moving from Chicago to Niles, Willmann was employed 25 years in the George Forler market.
His only survivors are the daughter and a granddaughter, Elizabeth Skalla.
Friends may call in the Price and Kiger funeral home where the service will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2. The Rev. Theo Eisen, pastor of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church, will officiate with burial in Silverbrook cemetery.
Note: It appears that the name is variably spelled Willman/Willmann as it is found both ways not only in this obituary but in other records.
Mrs. Helena Christmann, 109 South State street, died Friday at 1:15 p.m., at her home. She had been in failing health for some time.
She was born July 27, 1874 at Lisbon, N.D., and was married to Henry Christmann in 1897 at Milwaukee, Wis., The family came to Niles in 1919 and since has resided in this community. Her husband preceded her in death on May 22, 1945.
Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. William Zerr, Mrs. Irvin Roebeck, Mrs. Calvin Jones and Mrs. Chester Curtis, all of Niles, and Mrs. Gordon Willis, Hammond, Ind., two sons, Edward and Roy, both of Niles, and one stepson, Fred, of Fort Francis Warren, Wyo., nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Sue [illegible] . .
Funeral services will be held Monday, 2 p.m., at the Evangelical United Brethren church with Rev. G.A. Steeby, officiating. . [illegible] Burial will be in Silverbrook cemetery.
Morgan Jay Clendenin
Morgan Jay Clendenin, 11-week-old son of Jason and Trisha (Veach) Clendenin of Niles, died on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004, at Memorial Hospital, South Bend, of natural causes. Arrangements are pending and being completed by Halbritter Funeral Home, Niles.
Miss Mae Gephart, 82, former Niles resident, died Tuesday night in a Los Angeles, Calif., hospital. A retired school teacher of the Los Angeles public schools, Miss Gephart was born in Niles and lived here as a young woman. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church here.
The remains will be cremated and the ashes returned to Niles for burial in Silverbrook Cemetery with the Rev. John G. Carlton, rector of Trinity Church conducting committal rites.
Her only survivors are a nephew and three nieces, Hardy Langston, of Niles, and Mrs. Myron Mork of [illegible] . .drews of Jackson,Mich., and Mrs. Leo Price, of Marne Mich., all formerly of Niles.
Note: Date of birth from California Deaths is not consistent with age stated in Obituary