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Mary Madella RemlingAge: 80 years18801961

Name
Mary Madella Remling
Given names
Mary Madella
Surname
Remling
Married name
Mary Madella Mohr
Birth November 25, 1880 38 37
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Birth of a brotherWilliam Arthur Remling
June 6, 1885 (Age 4 years)
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Death of a sisterElizabeth Remling
November 4, 1891 (Age 10 years)
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Burial of a sisterElizabeth Remling
after November 4, 1891 (Age 10 years)
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Death of a fatherHeinrich Ludwig “Henry” Remling
July 28, 1894 (Age 13 years)
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Burial of a fatherHeinrich Ludwig “Henry” Remling
after July 28, 1894 (Age 13 years)
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Obituary Henry L. Remling was born Nov. 24th, 1842 in Walt Weiss, Germany, came to Scotland County in 1855, was married to Miss Mary Schmitter on Sept. 11, 1863. Eight children survive him. He continued to live on his farm in Harrison Township till July 28, 1894, when he died from an injury received from a blow on the stomach, from the hoof of a jennet. He lived but twenty-four hours after he was hurt. He was attended by Drs. McReynolds and Peckstein, of Wyaconda. His suffering was excruciating till death occurred. He was a man beloved by all who knew him. He was a leader in the German Methodist church at Etna, superintendent of the Sunday school, and a local preacher. His loss will be wonderfully felt by his bereaved wife and children; by the church and Sunday school and by the entire community. He was honest, industrious, prosperous, accommodating, the embodiment of all the noble traits of human character. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Zimmerman, assisted by the Rev. Hartel. These services were impressive and appropriate throughout. The remains were laid to rest in Etna cemetery attended by an immense number of sorrowing friends. Called from earthly toils To celestial joys. The sad death of the departed reminds us of the frailty of human life. How unexpectedly and yet how surely it comes, comes not alone to the aged and feeble, but to the vigorous and the strong; yea comes to all. May god in his mercy help us to be prepared to meet that call when it shall come to us. W.L. Campbell, Etna, Mo. Henry L. Remling obituary, Memphis, Missouri, Memphis Reveille, 9 Aug 1894, p. 2, col. 4
Death of a motherMary Anna Schmitter
January 14, 1916 (Age 35 years)
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Burial of a motherMary Anna Schmitter
January 18, 1916 (Age 35 years)
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The Death of Mrs. Mary Remling January 14th Mrs. Mary Remling nee Schmitter was born January 12, 1843 in Wiedewill, Germany and died January 14, 1916 in the home of her son Otto in Wallingford, Iowa, at the age of 73 years, 2 months, and 2 days. In 1855 she emigrated to America, County of Schuyler, state of Missouri. She was married to Henry L. Remling, January 11, 1863, who preceded her in death, July 28, 1894. This union was blessed with nine children of whom one daughter died at the age of eighteen years. Mrs. Remling was converted in the days of her youth and joined the Methodist Church at Etna, Missouri, of which she was a faithful and active member till her life's end. She loved the church of her choice and served the Lord therein with a kind and loving heart. She found it a pleasure to attend the meetings whenever possible. Mrs. Remling was a noble character and a faithful christian and as she has served the Lord in this earthly life she now reaps eternal blessings. The greater part of her life she lived on a farm three miles southeast of Etna. Within the last seven years she made her home with her children. She leaves to mourn fours sons: Henry of Fargo, Oklahoma; John of Rockford, Iowa; Otto of Wallingford, Iowa; and William of Hooker, Oklahoma; and four daughters, Mrs. Anna Noblett of Jasper, Arkansas; Mrs. Armanda Gardner of Rutledge, Missouri; Mrs. Emma Noblett of Cabool, Missouri; and Mrs. Mary Mohr of Etna, Missouri. Two brothers, John and Fred Schmitter of Lancaster, Missouri. One sister, Mrs. Annie Slighton of Licking, Missouri. Thirty-eight grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains were brought from Wallingford, Iowa to Etna, Missouri. The funeral services were conducted by the writer in the M. E. Church on January 18th at 10 a.m. The Pastor having for his text, Job 19, 25-27. The remains were laid to rest in the Etna Cemetery. Our sincerest sympathy to the bereaved family. Memphis Democrat - Memphis, Missouri - January 17, 1916 ed. - P1, C4
Death of a sisterAmanda Louise Remling
November 2, 1924 (Age 43 years)
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Burial of a sisterAmanda Louise Remling
after November 2, 1924 (Age 43 years)
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Amanda Louise Remling was the daughter of Joh. Heinrich Ludwig and Mary (Maryanna) Ada Schmitter Remling. Her father was born in Germany and her mother in Switzerland. She was one of nine children. On May 5, 1886 she married Abraham Lincoln Gardner in Keokuk, Lee, IA. They had six children including: Emma Elizabeth, Edward Otto, Eva Mae, Edith A., William McKinley, and Ray Arthur Gardner.
Death of a sisterAnna Mary Remling
August 5, 1945 (Age 64 years)
Citation details: Missouri Death Certificate Number 30788
Text:
Name: Anna M. Moyer Death Date: 05 Aug 1945 Death Place: Carthage, Jasper, Missouri, USA Certificate Number: 30788
Burial of a sisterAnna Mary Remling
August 8, 1945 (Age 64 years)
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Death of a brotherHenry John Remling
June 23, 1947 (Age 66 years)
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Burial of a brotherHenry John Remling
after June 23, 1947 (Age 66 years)
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Death of a brotherOtto William Remling
May 12, 1952 (Age 71 years)
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Burial of a brotherOtto William Remling
after May 12, 1952 (Age 71 years)
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Death of a sisterEmma R. Remling
November 29, 1954 (Age 74 years)
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Burial of a sisterEmma R. Remling
after November 29, 1954 (Age 74 years)
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Death of a brotherJohn Edward Remling
June 28, 1961 (Age 80 years)
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Death of a brotherWilliam Arthur Remling
1961 (Age 80 years)

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Burial of a brotherJohn Edward Remling
after June 28, 1961 (Age 80 years)
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Death October 31, 1961 (Age 80 years)
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Burial after October 31, 1961
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Mrs. L. P. Mohr Passed Away at Carthage, Illinois Mary Della Remling, daughter of Henry and Mary Remling was born near Etna, Missouri on November 25, 1880 and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ada Glisan at Carthage, Illinois on October 31, 1961, She had enjoyed fairly good health until about 18 months ago when she suffered from a heart ailment. Since that time she made her home, for the most part, with her daughter, Mrs. Glenn King in West Des Moines, Iowa. On October 5, 1898 she was united in marriage to Lewis P. Mohr at Memphis. To this union seven children were born, five of whom survive. Two children, Leland and Mrs. Veva McCleary and a grandson, Robert McCleary King, preceded her in death. She was converted at an early age and united with the Etna Methodist Church where she maintained her membership until the time of her death, with the exception of the time she served in various pastorates with her husband. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Mohr made their home on a farm near Etna, Missouri until 1928 when Mr. Mohr took active work as a local preacher in the Missouri Conference of the Methodist Church and served churches at Laredo, Novelty, Harris, Burr Oak, LaGrange, Browning, Knox City, Filmore, and Agency. She is survived by her five children: Lester of Farmington, Iowa; Mrs. Ada Galisan and Walden of Carthage, Illinois; Mrs. Luella King of West Des Moines, Iowa; and Paul of Donnellson, Iowa; 17 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. These together with a number of other relatives and a host of friends mourn her passing. Funeral services conducted by the Hugo Orf of Des Moines, former pastor, were held from the Etna Methodist Church on Friday, November 8. Interment was in the Etna Cemetery. Memphis Democrat - Memphis, Missouri - November 9, 1961 ed. - P4, C7
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father
mother
Marriage: September 11, 1863
9 months
elder brother
20 months
elder sister
3 years
elder sister
Amanda Louise Remling
Birth: September 6, 1868 25 25Etna, Scotland County, Missouri
Death: November 2, 1924Rutledge, Scotland County, Missouri
3 years
elder sister
Emma R. Remling
Birth: October 12, 1871 28 28Etna, Scotland County, Missouri
Death: November 29, 1954Billings, Christian County, Missouri
2 years
elder sister
Elizabeth Remling
Birth: December 18, 1873 31 30Etna, Scotland County, Missouri
Death: November 4, 1891Etna, Scotland County, Missouri
2 years
elder brother
John Edward Remling
Birth: April 1, 1876 33 33Etna, Scotland County, Missouri
Death: June 28, 1961Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa
3 years
elder brother
Otto William Remling
Birth: November 19, 1878 35 35Scotland County, Missouri
Death: May 12, 1952Kern County, California
2 years
herself
Mary Madella Remling
Birth: November 25, 1880 38 37Etna, Scotland County, Missouri
Death: October 31, 1961Carthage, Hancock County, Illinois
5 years
younger brother

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Mrs. L. P. Mohr Passed Away at Carthage, Illinois Mary Della Remling, daughter of Henry and Mary Remling was born near Etna, Missouri on November 25, 1880 and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ada Glisan at Carthage, Illinois on October 31, 1961, She had enjoyed fairly good health until about 18 months ago when she suffered from a heart ailment. Since that time she made her home, for the most part, with her daughter, Mrs. Glenn King in West Des Moines, Iowa. On October 5, 1898 she was united in marriage to Lewis P. Mohr at Memphis. To this union seven children were born, five of whom survive. Two children, Leland and Mrs. Veva McCleary and a grandson, Robert McCleary King, preceded her in death. She was converted at an early age and united with the Etna Methodist Church where she maintained her membership until the time of her death, with the exception of the time she served in various pastorates with her husband. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Mohr made their home on a farm near Etna, Missouri until 1928 when Mr. Mohr took active work as a local preacher in the Missouri Conference of the Methodist Church and served churches at Laredo, Novelty, Harris, Burr Oak, LaGrange, Browning, Knox City, Filmore, and Agency. She is survived by her five children: Lester of Farmington, Iowa; Mrs. Ada Galisan and Walden of Carthage, Illinois; Mrs. Luella King of West Des Moines, Iowa; and Paul of Donnellson, Iowa; 17 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. These together with a number of other relatives and a host of friends mourn her passing. Funeral services conducted by the Hugo Orf of Des Moines, former pastor, were held from the Etna Methodist Church on Friday, November 8. Interment was in the Etna Cemetery. Memphis Democrat - Memphis, Missouri - November 9, 1961 ed. - P4, C7