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Thumann, Adolf Emil


Adolf Emil Thumann, 88, of Weimar, passed away Dec. 12 at River Oaks Health Care Center in Columbus.

He was born May 12, 1915 in New Bielau to Otto and Frieda (Poppe) Thumann and married Hulda Pachal, Nov. 25, 1935. He attended Harmony School and worked as a rancher and for Southern Pacific Railroad.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; brothers, Rudoph and Herman Thumann; and sisters, Lillie German and Elnora Rutledge.

He is survived by his daughters and son-in-law, Alma and Stephen Gray of Hemphill; brother, Ernest Thumann of Weimar; and two grandsons, Chad Gray and wife Natalie of Baltimore Md. and Scott Gray of San Diego, Calif.

Funeral services were conducted Dec. 15 at Faith Lutheran Church in Weimar with the Rev. Herb Beyer officiating. Interment followed in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Milton German, Wilbert Thu-mann, David Smith, Don Rosson, Leon Thumann and Gary Thumann.

Honorary pallbearers were Leonard Thumann and Charlie Hattermann.

Colorado County Citizen, December 17, 2003
Courtesy of the Citizen

Thumann, Alwine (Dahse)

The death of Mrs. Chas. Thumann occurred Monday at her home in the New Bielau section, after a brief illness. The funeral took place at New Bielau cemetery Tuesday afternoon. She was the wife of Mr. Chas. Thumann, and daughter of Mrs. Fred Dahse, and was comparatively a young woman. Those who knew her loved her for her many good traits of character, and her untimely death is deeply and sincerely regretted. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the bereaved family.

Weimar Mercury, September 25, 1908, page 4

Thumann, Alwine

Kirchliches fuer Weimar, Neu Bielau und Umgegend.

Montag, 30. Novembeer, starb im Hause ihrer Grosseltern, des Herrn und Frau Fritz Thumann in Neu Bielau Alvine Anna Albertine Thumann, Tochter des Herrn Carl Thumann and seiner verstorbenen Ehefrau Alwine, geb. Dahse, im Alter von nur 2 Monaten und 15 Tagen. Die Beerdigungerfolgte am 1 December auf dem Friedhofe in New Bielau. Der Unterzeichnete sprach Worte des Trostes im Sterbehause und am Grabe. Der Herr troeste die traurigen Hinterbliebenen mit der Gewissheit, das die kleine Alwine im Himmel ist.
F. Piepenbrok, Pastor.

Weimar Mercury, December 4, 1908, page 1 

Thumann, Anna (Schmand)


The sad news was brought to town Monday night that Mrs. Annie Thumann, well known and popular aged lady resident of this section, had passed away. Mrs. Thumann was known to be seriously ill for several weeks past, but being of a naturally rugged disposition, it was thought by many that she would successfully battle that spell of ill health. However, it was not to be. God's finger touched her and she slept.

Mrs. Thumann (nee Schwardt[sic][Schmand]) was born July 15, 1856 in Casel Germany. She was married to Mr. Fritz Thumann, also of Germany on Oct. 7, 1880. The couple came to Texas in 1883. The greater part of her life and her husband (who passed on a number of years ago) were spent in the Weimar section. Her health failing some years ago after the death of her beloved husband, she broke up housekeeping and had alternated in living with her children here and there. Mrs. Thumann was a kindhearted, good woman, a devoted wife and mother at all times, a splendid neighbor and friend. Her passing is deeply and sincerely regretted by family and friends.

She is survived by one brother living in Germany. Mr. Martin Schwandt[sic][Schmandt], and six living children--Henry Thumann of Houston, Carl Thumann of Yoakum, Otto and Hugo Thumann of Weimar, Mrs. Fritz Beken of Houston and Oscar Thumann of Port O'Connor. There is also one step-daughter surviving, as follows; Mrs. John Maertens of Alice. Also 31 grandchildren, 20 step-grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and 38 step-great-grandchildren.

Pall bearers for the funeral were Messrs. F. A. Seifert, Henry Heimann, Otto Tesch, Fred Froehlich, Ad. Dahse and Arthur Koehn. [Interment in New Bielau Cemetery]

Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to her bereaved ones.

Weimar Mercury, July 2, 1937

Thumann, Charles W.


Funeral services for Charlie Thumann, 69, former Weimar area resident were held Sunday afternoon in Eagle Lake, with burial in Lakeside Cemetery there.

Mr. Thumann, who was a farmer, died Friday at Houston, after about three months illness.

Born near Weimar, he was the son of the late Fritz and Annie Thumann. He married Miss Leola Perkins and they first settled in this area, moving to Eagle Lake 26 years ago. He was a member of the Lutheran church at Eagle Lake.

Surviving in addition to his widow are one daughter, Mr. Ted Tramel of Cuero; two sons, Freddie of Houston and Carl of Dallas; three brothers, Hugo of Weimar, Otto of Glidden and Oscar of Seadrift; and one sister, Mrs. Fritz Beken of Houston.

Weimar Mercury, February 12, 1954


Thumann, Fred H.

Fred H. Thumann age 83 was called to God March 6, 2006 in Houston, Texas. Born Frederick Thumann to Charles Thumann a farmer, and Leola Perkins, a homemaker on December 18, Bentonville, Texas in Jim Wells County. He was preceded in death by his parents Charles and Leola, sisters Ada and Velta and beloved brother Carl. Fred was married to Mary Jerileen Greene in Baycliff, Texas August 3, 1954. Mr Thumann was a long time resident of Houston, and surrounding cities. This is where he raised his six children who spent his final days by his bed side. Fred is survived by his son Bruce and wife Tina Thumann of Pasadena, Tx., grandson Jason Thumann and great grandson Kyser Thumann, granddaughter Carrie, son Pierce of Pasadena, Tx, son Steve Thumann and wife Adelcida of Kingwood, Tx, granddaughter Michelle Thumann, daughter Patricia Cordray and husband Kenny Cordray of Nassau Bay, Tx, grandson Coleman Cordray and Kelly Cordray, granddaughter Julia Cordray, daughter Rebecca Mullin and husband James Postell of Alvin, Tx, grandson John Eagleton lll and Garrett Eagleton daughter Deborah Thumann-Pavlosky and husband James Pavlosky ll of Seabrook, Tx grandson Lucas Pavloskk and granddaughters Marla Pavlosky and Carlye Pavlosky. This is merely a list of immediate family, it does not include the numerous other family members and dear friends who will miss his presence.

Fred was a veteran of WWll. He honorably served his country in the Army from 1943 to 1945 in the New Guinea Campaign where he received the Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon, a Bronze Service Star and a Philippine Liberation Ribbon. In his first tour of duty, he served as a Technician ,5th grade of the 3443D Ordinance MAM Co. He was honorably discharged from the Army in 1945 and served again from 1945 to 1946 In his second tour, he served as a Technician 5th grade Troop D, 82nd Mechanized Calvary Reconnaissance Squadron. He earned a Asiatic Pacific Theater Occupation Metal and Japan WWll Victory Metal He also attended service school for plumbing. He was honorably discharged in 1946. Many remember his tales from serving in New Guinea with friend Mr Babb at his side

After serving his country, Fred was known to always have a hammer in his hand. A carpenter and home builder in South Houston, Deer Park, Pasadena and Houston, he started his first business, Thumann Supply Co.and then Custom Built Door and Supply. In the early 1960's, Pasadena Sash and Door, Inc. opened its doors and sold millwork nation wide through the late1980's. And with much determination and expectation, Fred opened a metal door manufacturing company in Houston known as Door Town, Inc.

If not at the “The Shop” Fred could be found at the ranch in Seadrift, Texas hunting deer, watching wildlife or making sausage, for which he would raise a hog every year. He enjoyed fishing, crabbing and flounder gigging in Galveston Bay, having big seafood feasts with family and playing dominoes at the beach house. He enjoyed preparing for the yearly Thumann Reunions at the New Bielau Community Center just south of Weimar. Texas. Always on the hottest Sunday in August.

He could be found at home in his work shop or gardening, growing vegetables, fruit trees and grapes to make his own wine. In later years he spent much of time at home with his son Pierce
who lived with him and cared for him and his dogs Max and Pee Wee.

Fred was well known for helping others. From buying and delivering groceries for those in need, building a bathroom for a home without one., helping new business owners get started or providing financial assistance, he was always quietly doing what we refer to now as “random acts of kindness” His compassion and empathy for others was great. We will never know all who were touched by his benevolent spirit.

Mr. Thumann, Fred, Freddy, Faddy, Uncle Fred, Dad, Papaw and Poppa are how he was known. Whatever name we called him there are some things we will all remember. We will all remember the suspenders and belt he wore with his work clothes, we will all remember his funny grin under those glasses , we will all remember how much he loved his dogs, we will remember his telling us”What else” or “What ever” and we will all remember that every thing he did was done out of love for his family.

Visitation will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.on Friday March 10, 2006 at Niday Funeral Home 12440 Beamer Rd. Houston, Texas 77089-5377. Funeral services will be held at Niday Funeral Home on Saturday March 11,2006 at 10:00 a. m. Interment will be held at Eagle Lake Lakeside Cemetery, 711 S. McCarty Avenue, Eagle Lake, Tx. 77434 on Saturday March 11,2006 at 3;00 p.m.. Senior Minister.Wayne Ivey of Taylor Lake Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Seabrook will officiate. Pallbearers will be Jason Thumann, Carrie Thumann, John Eagleton lll, Garrett Eagleton, Coleman Cordray and Kelly Cordray with Kolby Thompson as an honorary pallbearer. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the International Rett Syndrome Association at 9121 Piscataway Rd. Suite 2B, Clinton, MD

Houston Chronicle, March 9, 2006
Submitted by Leona Mitchell

Thumann, Frieda (Poppe)

Funeral For Mrs. Thumann Held Monday

Funeral services for Mrs. Freida Thumann, 88, of Rt. 34, Weimar, were held Monday afternoon March 31, from Faith Lutheran Church, with burial in the New Bielau Cemetery. Rev. Robert Cordes officiated.

Mrs. Thumann died March 29, in the Eagle Lake Community Hospital

A lifelong resident of this area, she was born in the New Bielau Community on Jan 27, 1892, a daughter of Henry and Meta (Ehlers) Poppe. She was married to Otto Thumann at her parents' home on January 7, 1909. Mr. Thumann preceded her in death in February 1966.

She is survived by three sons, Adolf Thumann of Weimar, Ernest Thumann of Houston and Herman Thumann of Centerville; two daughters, Mrs. Lillie German of Weimar and Mrs. Elenora Rutledge of Eagle Lake; 18 grandchildren, six step-grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren, 10 step-great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, two children, Rudolf and Esther, a daughter-in-law, Annie, a granddaughter, a great-grandson and a great-great-granddaughter preceded her in death.

Weimar Mercury, April 3, 1980
Transcribed by Dennis Boatright

Thumann, Friederich Henry


Some Facts Concerning Death of One of the Oldest Settlers of This Section.

The death of Fritz Thumann, Sr., occurred Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1919, at the home of his Otto Thumann, south of Weimar. Mr. Thumann was born in Germany In 1837, came to Texas in 1883, and settled near Weimar, where he lived for some time, then moving to the vicinity of New Bielau. He was 82 years, 10 months and 14 days old at the time of his death. Mr. Thumann leaves nine children and a widow to mourn his death. The children are as follows: Mrs. Sophie Maertens of Alice, Mrs. Minnie Popp of Gordon, Mrs. Annie Boeker [Mrs. Annie Beken] of Weimar, Fritz Thumann, Jr., of Weimar, Henry Thumann of Houston, Otto Thumann of Weimar, Chas. Thumann of Alice, Hugo Thumann of Weimar and Oscar Thumann of Alice.

The funeral was largely attended. The children present at the funeral were: Mrs. Fritz Boeker, Jr., Fritz Thumann, Jr., Henry Thumann, Otto Thumann, Hugo Thumann. He was laid to rest in the New Bielau Cemetery.

The pall bearers were Edmund Otto, J. F. W. Koehn, Oscar Kohleffel, Richard Koym, Rudolf Kunz and Fritz Wendt.

Weimar Mercury, December 26, 1919, page 1

Thumann, Fritz

Sudden Death of a Truly Good Man

Expressions of sincere regret were heard on every hand Friday when news of the death of Mr. Fritz Thumann reached here. His death occurred at St. Joseph's Infirmary in Houston, where he had been a few days previous for an appendicitis operation. He passed through this operation safely, we are told, but when pneumonia developed and other complications set in, it was realized the end was near, and our good friend of many years’ standing soon passed into that other and better world.

The body was prepared for burial, brought to the family home in Weimar Saturday at noon, and on Sunday afternoon was laid to rest in the cemetery at New Bielau, followed to his last resting place by myriads of sorrowing friends. Rev. O. A. Meyer, Evangelical minister, officiated in a touching burial service.

Fritz Thumann was born in Lippedetmold. Germany, April 20, 1877, and came to America at the age of 5 years with his parents. The family first settled in the New Bielau community. His first wife, Miss Mathilda Koym, passed away In 1914, leaving three daughters, Alma, Wilma and Mrs. Harvey Lee. In 1918 he was married to Miss Norma Schmand of Houston, and in 1920 they moved to the city of Weimar, where he lived up to the time of his death.

Before moving to Weimar Mr. Thumann was engaged in farming. Moving to Weimar he engaged in the garage and filling station business, later building a hotel and engaging also in that line of business. In these occupations he built up a large and profitable business. He died Friday, Jan. 20, at I p. m, aged 55 years and 9 months.

He is survived by his widow, three daughters, Miss Wilma, Miss Alma and Mrs. Harvey Lee, all of Weimar; also five brothers, Oscar of Lolita, Henry of Houston, Charlie of Port Lavaca, Hugo and Otto of the Weimar section, and three sisters, Mrs. John Maertens of Alice, Mrs. Adolf Popp of Gordon, Mrs. Fritz Beken of La Ward, and a stepmother, Mrs. Annie Thumann.

Fritz Thumann was a man whom to know was to esteem highly. He was honest, upright of character, possessed a genial personality, ever proved himself a faithful and devoted husband and father, was true as steel to his friends, and a thoroughly likeable[sic] man in every respect. If he had an enemy in this world, we never heard of it, and we knew Fritz from his earliest boyhood up to the time of his death. Truly a good man and citizen has passed from among us!

Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his bereaved ones in the heavy loss they have sustained.

Weimar Mercury, January 27, 1933, page 1

Thumann, Hugo Theodore

Hugo Thumann, 74, Lifelong Resident, Buried Thursday

Funeral services for Hugo Thumann, 74-year-old New Bielau farmer and lifelong area resident, were held Thursday morning, Feb. 14, at Hubbard Funeral Home, with burial in the New Bielau Cemetery.

Rev. George Fuchs, pastor of New Bielau Evangelical Lutheran church, officiated.

Mr. Thumann died Feb 12 in Houston after a month of illness[sic] and just a week after his 74th birthday anniversary.

Born Feb. 6, 1889, at New Bielau, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Thumann. He married Miss Ellie Leona Lamkin in 1914. For the past 22 years they had lived in the Lamkin family home.

Surviving in addition to his widow are four daughters, Mr. H. M (Annie Mae) Curtis of Dallas, Mrs. D. D. (Dorothy) Godwin, Mrs. Leona Harris and Miss Clara Thumann, all of Houston; three sons, Calvin and Ted of Houston and Larry of Weimar; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Otto Thumann of Glidden and Oscar Thumann of Seadrift; and one sister, Mrs. Annie Beken of Pasadena.

Pallbearers were Rubin Dahse, Lester Lipperdt, Adolf Fries, Henry Beken Jr., Billy Strunk and Ed Rabel.

Weimar Mercury, February 21, 1963


Thumann, Hulda Ida (Pachal)

Funeral Services Held Monday for Hulda Thumann

Funeral services for Hulda Ida Thumann, 88, of Weimar were held Monday, December 11, at Faith Lutheran Church with Rev. Vernon Rabel officiating. Burial was in the Masonic Cemetery.

Mrs. Thumann died on December 7 at Colorado-Fayette Medical Center of natural causes. She had been a resident of Parkview Manor for the last eight years.

She was born April 4, 1907, to August and Annie (Schram) Pachal in Zulch, Texas. On November 5, 1935, she married Adolf E. Thumann.

She attended Oak Grove School and Beauty School in San Antonio. She was a member of the Oak Grove Home Makers.

Survivors include her husband; a daughter and son-in-law, Alma and Stephen Gray of Hemphill; a sister, Clara Greak of Ingleside, Texas; two grandsons, Scott Gray of Hemphill and Chad and his wife, Natalie Gray of Kingsville.

She was preceded in death by a brother, Henry Pachal; and four sisters, Olga Lamkin, Alma Greak, Louise Schweke and Hattie Lamkin.

Pallbearers were Milton German, Ralph Rutledge, Leon Thumann, Wayne Thumann, Rodney German, Charlie Hattermann, Jr., Rory Koehn and Lee Poppe, Jr.

Adolf and Hulda Thumann had been married 60 years on November 25, 1995. Her hobbies included canning, cooking, baking and quilting.

Weimar Mercury, December 14, 1995, page 2

Thumann, Lee Earl

We regret to learn that one of the little twins of Hugo Thumann and wife of the New Bielau section died few days go. The sympathy of all goes out to the bereaved parents. [Interment in New Bielau cemetery]

Weimar Mercury April 14, 1922, page 4

Thumann, Lee Roy

We regret to learn that one of the little twins of Hugo Thumann and wife of the New Bielau section died a few days ago. The sympathy of all goes out to the bereaved parents. [Interment in New Bielau cemetery]

Weimar Mercury, April 14, 1922, page 4

Thumann, Leona E. (Schimcek)

Leona Thumann Funeral Services Held June 24

Leona E. Schimcek Thumann, 81, of Weimar died June 21 in Weimar. Funeral services were held June24 at Faith Lutheran Church with Rev. Vernon Rabel officiating

Interment followed in Masonic cemetery

She was born May 21, 1919 in Weimar to Frank Schimcek and Martha Seim Schimcek. She attended Oakland school through the eighth grade. She married Ernest W. Thumann on Jan. 3, 1938 in Schulenburg.

She was a housewife living in this area for 51 years also living in Houston from 1956 until 1986.

Survivors include: her husband Ernest W. Thumann of Weimar; sons, Leonard M. Thumann of Dickinson, Ernest D. Thumann of Houston, Wayne E. Thumann of Weimar and Gary R. Thumann of Pasadena; daughters, Shirlene A. Smith of Weimar and Carolyn J. Taylor of Rockdale; a sister, Selma Schimcek Wanjura of Weimar; 18 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by one sister and five brothers.

Pallbearers were: Leonard M. Thumann Jr., David Smith Jr., Mark Smith, Brice Taylor, Russell Taylor, Chad Thumann, Jason Thumann.

The Weimar Mercury June 29, 2000
Transcribed by Jennie Muggli

Thumann, Leonard Morris Sr


Leonard Morris Thumann Sr. passed away Sept. 16 at his residence in Cat Spring.

He was born to Ernest and Leona (Schimcek) Thumann, July 21, 1938 on a small farm south of Weimar and married Rose Marie Kemp, Feb. 27, 1965. A 1957 graduate of Weimar High School, he started his career as a Real Property Accountant at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston in 1965 and retired in 1995. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus for 35 years and had recently transferred to the 3rd Degree Council 10249 in Mentz from the Dickinson Council 3217 and to the 4th Degree Council 1136 in Columbus from the Galveston Council 787. He was also a charter member of the PoLKA Club. He enjoyed dancing, traveling, riding his Harley, playing dominoes and being with his family.

He was preceded in death by his mother.

He is survived by his father; wife; daughters and sons-in-law, Dorraine and Rich Petras of Santa Clarita, Calif. and Rhonda and John Paul Pesak of Dickinson; son and daughter-in-law, Leonard Jr. "Lenny" and Denise Thumann of Pearland; grandchildren, Ricky, Katie, Julia and Michael Petras; sisters and brothers-in-law, Shirlene and David Smith of Weimar and Carolyn and Billy Taylor of Buckholts; and brothers and sisters-in-law, Ernest "Buddy" and Donna Thumann of Houston, Wayne and Linda Thumann of Weimar and Gary and Annette Thumann of Pasadena.

Funeral services were conducted at St. Roch's Catholic Church in Mentz, Sept. 18 with the Rev. Wayne Flagg and Deacon Doug Tromblee officiating. Interment followed in the church cemetery.

Pallbearers were Ricky Petras, Wilbert Thumann, Robert, Norbert and James Janik, Eddie Joe Kramr, Joe Holub and David Miksch.

Contributions may be made to St. Roch's Catholic Church Altar Society or St. Roch's Catholic Church Building Fund at 1600 Frelsburg Road, Mentz, TX 78935

Colorado County Citizen, September 22, 2004
Courtesy of The Citizen

Thumann, Mathilda Helena (Koym)

Eagle Lake Headlight:
Mr. Henry Thumann received a message this morning that the wife of his brother, Mr. Fritz Thumann of Weimar, died at a hospital in San Antonio. He left on the early train for Weimar, where the remains will be shipped for burial. [Interment in New Bielau Cemetery]

Weimar Mercury, July 10, 1914, page 2

Mathilda Helena Thumann, eine geborene Koym, erblickte das Licht der Welt am 15. Januar 1875 in N. Bielau. Sie erhielt eine christliche Erzichung in dem sie in Content getauft and im 14. Lebensjahre konfirmiert wurde. I m Jahre 1904schloss sie den Bund der Ehe mit Herrn Fritz Thumann Diese Ehe segnete der Herr mit 5 Kindern, von deen zwei der mutter in die Ewigkeit vorangegangen sind. Das Alter der Verstorbenen betraegt 39 Jahre 5 Monate und 17 Tage. Die Hinterbliebenen sind neben dem Gatten die 3 Kinder Alma Hilda Wilma, ein Bruder Richard Koym and zwei Schwestern Frau Emilie Schwede and Frau Hulda Leppin. Gott spende reichen Trost allen trauerndern Hinterbliebenen!
Paul Piepenbrok

Weimar Mercury, July 17, 1914

Thumann. Otto Herman

Otto Thumann, Stroke Victim, Buried Tuesday

Funera[sic] services for Otto Herman Thumann, 79, of Glidden, former Weimar area resident, were held Tuesday afternoon at Hubbard Funeral Home with burial in the New Bielau Cemetery.

Rev. Herbert Zimmerman, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church, officiated.

Mr. Thumann suffered a stroke at 9 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 13, and was brought to Youens Hospital here, where he died at 1 p.m. the same day.

Born May 13, 1886, near Weimar, he was a son of Fritz and Annie Thumann. He married Miss Frieda Poppe on Jan. 7, 1909, and they settled first in New Bielau. They moved to the Matthews community near Eagle Lake in 1941, to Shaw's Bend in about 1954, and to Glidden in about 1956, when Mr. Thumann retired from farming and ranching at the age of 70.

Surviving in addition to his wife are four sons, Rudolph, Herman and Adolph of Weimar and Ernest of Houston; two daughters, Mrs. Aaron (Lillie) German of Weimar and Mrs. Henry (Elenora) Rutledge of Eagle Lake; one brother, Oscar of Seadrift; one sister, Mrs. Annie Beken of Houston; 18 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. An infant daughter preceded him in death.

Weimar Mercury, February 17, 1966

Thumann, Patricia Annette

Two-Week-Old Thumann Baby Buried Wednesday

Funeral services for Patricia Annette Thumann, 2-week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Thumann of Borden, were held from Hubbard Funeral Home and St. Michael’s Catholic Church here Wednesday morning with Msgr. Anthony F. Drozd officiating.

Interment was in St. Michael’s Cemetery.

The little girl, born June 15 at Youens Hospital here, succumbed Monday afternoon, June 30, at Hermann Hospital in Houston, where Friday night she had undergone an emergency operation for an intestinal obstruction. Her illness had first been noticed Wednesday, and she was taken to Houston Friday.

Surviving are her parents; three brothers, Rudolf Jr., 16, Wilbert, 14, and Leon 12; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Thumann of Glidden and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christen of Weimar.

Pallbearers at the funeral were Alton Dittrich of Sweeny, Charles German of Victoria, Ralph Rutledge of Bonus and Leonard Thumann of Weimar.

Weimar Mercury, July 4, 1952, page 1
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