Mr. Bernhard Tiemann Journeys to Last Home
Brief notice was given in last issue of the Mercury regarding the death of a former citizen of this place, Mr. Bernhard Tiemann, which occurred Tuesday night of last week at the home of his son, Mr. Adolf Tiemann, in HalletsvIlle. Burial took place in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery Thursday evening, with Rev. Paul Piepenbrok. local Lutheran minister. officiating., and Messrs. John Breitkreuz of Weimar, Victor and Oscar Tiemann of Halletsville, August Tiemann and Herman Andreas of Nelsonville, and Adolf Teltschik of Palo Pinto county acting as pall bearers.
Mr. Bernhard Tiemann was born March 6. 1846, in Westphalen. Germany. He was united in marriage to Miss Wilhelmine Rosenbaum on Aug. 1, 1867, and came to America in the year 1870. The first three years the young couple were in America they lived in the Brenham section, then moved to the New Bielau community, and from there to Weimar in 1908, where they lived up to the death of his beloved wife Jan. 3. 1931, when Mr. Tiemann moved to Halletsville to make his home with his son. Mr. Adolf Tiemann.
Mr. Tiemann is survived by six children, 29 grandchildren and 28 greatgrandchildren. The living children are Mrs. Mina Andreas of Houston, Mr. Henry Tiemann of Chapel Hill, Mrs. 0. Breitkreuz of Weimar. Mrs. Rudolf Teltschik of Strawn, Mr. Adolf Tiemann. of Halletsville and Mr. Willie Tiemann of Nelsonville. Two children of this couple died in infancy.
During the many years Mr. Tiemann lived in and around Weimar, he proved himself a quiet., inoffensive, peaceable, good citizen and neighbor. He was honest, upright, with a cheerful word of greeting for everyone and his passIng from among us is deeply and sincerely deplored by all. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his bereaved ones.
Weimar Mercury, July 17, 1931
Mrs. Bernard Tiemann Dies Near Halletsville
Many friends throughout this section were saddened last Saturday when news of the death of Mrs. Wilhelmina Tiemann, beloved wife of Mr. B. Tiemann of this city was received here. Her death occurred at the home of their son, Mr. Adolf Tiemann, near Halletsville. Following a paralytic stroke some three weeks ago, Mrs. Tiemann was removed to the home of her son near Halletsville, where she died. The remains were brought to this city Sunday and laid to rest in the Masonic Cemetery, Rev. Paul Piepenbrok, local Lutheran minister, officiating. A large crowd of mourning relatives and friends was present to pay the last tribute to this good woman.
Pall bearers were Messrs. Edgar Teltschik, Ernest and Victor Tiemann, John and Arthur Breitkreuz, Herman Andreas, all grandsons of the deceased.
Mrs. Wilhelmina Henriette Tiemann, nee Rosenbaum, was born Sept. 16, 1949 in Oppendorf, Westphalia, Germany was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith at an early age. She was married in her place of birth to Mr. Bernhard Tiemann on Aug. 1, 1867. Eight children were born to this union, two of whom are dead.
The couple came to this country in 1871, first settling near Brenham. The lived there three years, then moved to the New Bielau section. Afterward they moved to Weimar and have lived in this city for the past twenty years. At time of death she was 81 years, 3 months and 18 days old. Her survivors are her aged husband, Mr. Bernhard Tiemann, children, Mrs. Herman Andreas, Houston; Henry Tiemann of Chappell Hill; Mrs. Otto Breitkreuz, Weimar; Mrs. Rudolph Teltschik, Strawn; Adolph Tiemann, Halletsville; Willie Tiemann, Nelsonville; also 29 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.
Throughout her long life Mrs. Tiemann ever proved herself a good wife and mother, and the very best of friends and neighbors. Of naturally kindly disposition, she took friendly interest in all those about her, and was always a welcome guest in every circle of life in which she moved. To her bereaved ones our heartfelt sympathy is extended.
Weimar Mercury, January 9, 1931
Mrs. Tolleson, an aged lady, and formerresident of the Osage section died near Bay City Monday andthe remains were brought here the following day forinterment in the Osagecemetery by the side of her latehusband. Owing to the train getting here late, and the muddycondition of the roads, it was necessary to defer intermentof the body until Wednesday. Mrs. Tolleson and the familyhad quite a number of friends throughout this section, andall join us in expressions of sympathy andcondolence.
Weimar Mercury, 13 March 1913(Friday)
Gladys Kohleffel Treybig, 89, of Bay City, died Tuesday, May 13,1997, at Matagorda House in Bay City.
Born March 10, 1908 in Eagle Lake, she was the daughter of William G. and Margaret (Johnson) Kohleffel. A 1928 graduate of Eagle Lake High School, she had lived in Bay City since 1942, where she was a member of the First Baptist Church.
Services were held May 15 at the chapel of Dulany Funeral Home in Eagle Lake with Rev. Mike Zimmerman officiating. Interment followed in Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake.
Serving as pallbearers were Mike Treybig, Gary Dail Treybig, Randy McNeil, Kyle Kerlick, Stuart Hardin, Steven Hardin, Robert Hardin and Bobbie Wilpitz.
Mrs. Treybig is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Margaret and W.H. Martin of Bay City and Kathryn and Arlin Hardin of Waterwood; sons and daughters-in-law, James and Lorraine Treybig of Port Lavaca and Harry and Gloria Treybig of Fairchild; sister Myrtle Arnett of Pasadena, Texas; 15 grand-children, 19 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and loved ones.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Milton H. Treybig, in 1980; son Dean Carlton Treybig, sister "Willie K." (Mrs: Orxille J) Mill; and brothers Raymond and Alvin W. Kohleffel.
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