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William F. Radspinner

William F. Radspinner, 89, of near Aurora, died Tuesday at his home. Services were conducted Thursday at 2 o’clock at the Stier and Williams funeral home. Burial was in Riverview Cemetery. Survivors are his widow, Louella, four sons, Fred and Lester, at home; W.A. Radspinner, New York City and Hanley, Darlington, N.C.; a brother, John C. Radspinner, East St. Louis, Ill. and a sister, Mrs. Agnes Elfort, Westend, N.C.


Anna Meyer Ellinghausen Succumbs at Bellair Home

The Lawrenceburg Press
Friday, June 13, 1941

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Meyer Ellinghausen were held at St. John Lutheran Church, Bellair, Tuesday afternoon at two o’clock. Rev. A. W. Borchardt, pastor oft he church, officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery.

Mrs. Ellinghausen, wife of Henry D. Ellinghausen, died at her home, Saturday at twelve-thirty in the afternoon after an illness of nearly two and a half years.

She was born December 2, 1882, near Bellair, the daughter of Henry and Caroline Busse Meyer. On February 6, 1905, she was united in marriage to Mr. Henry D. Ellinghausen.

She was christened in infancy and confirmed in St. John’s church, being a life-long member. Mrs. Ellinghausen was a refined, christian woman and admired by her many friends and relatives who will greatly miss her.

Survivors are her mother, husband, four brothers, Henry, Edwin and George Meyer, all of Bellair and Louis Meyer of Aurora.


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