- [S10] Freeport Journal-Standard, The, page 14, column C, 27 Jan 1941.
John Newmiller, German Valley
German Valley, Ill., Jan. 27.--John Newmiller, 91, passes away about 7 o'clock at the home of his son-inlaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wieman, German Valley, after an illness of several months.
John Newmiller was born in New Jersey June 14, 1849 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Newmiller. When a small boy he came to Illinois with his parents and settled in Oneco township, Stephenson county. In March, 1874, he was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Runkle, who passed away about twenty-four years ago. A few years later he came to German Valley and had made his home here since.
He is survived by one son, Albert Newmiller, of Hollywood, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Mayme Lohr, of Columbus, Wis.; Mrs. Bessie Barthlomew, of Shannon; Mrs. R. E. Wieman, of German Valley; one sister, Mrs. George Menberry, of Julesburg, Colo., and one brother, Charles Newmiller, of Granger, Minn. There are four grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements were not announced today.
- [S113] Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763–1900, Illinois Department of Public Health, Division of Vital Records, (Illinois State Archives), ., Cert# 1, 20 Jan 2008.
Filed 27-Jan-1941, aged 91 years
- [S10] Freeport Journal-Standard, The, Page 5/Column 5, 1 Feb 1941.
Those from out of town to attend the funeral services of the late John Newmiller were: Mrs. Gouse, Mr. and Mrs. Merril Rubendall, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newmiller and son, and Mrs. Alice Newmiller, Orangeville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lohr, Mrs. Emil Giese and W. Gourley, of Columbus, Wis., Harold Lohr, of Milwaukee, Wis., Miss Doris Wieman, of Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartholomew and Mrs. M. Ernest, of Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zerby, Mrs. Arthur Matter, Mrs. L. Lillian Moring, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxwell, Mrs. A. L. Wieman and daughter, Harriet, of Freeport.
Under headline, "PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN IN GERMAN VALLEY GYM NEXT TUESDAY EVENING".
- [S10] Freeport Journal-Standard, The, Page 8/Column 1, 1 Feb 1941.
NEWMILLER--We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the many kind expressions of sympathy and deeds of kindness shown during the illness and death of our father.
MRS. CHARLES LOHR
MRS. CHARLES BARTHOLOMEW
MRS. R. E. WIEMAN.
- [S1] Some Lohr and Fortun Families of Southern Wisconsin & Northern Illinois, Lohr, Dennis E,