Cottonwood Co., MN AHGP-Obituaries "H"


Cottonwood County Obits "H"


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Harold J. Heide, 69, died Nov. 22, 1999, at Mankato; the son of Jacob D. and Elizabeth (Dick) Heide, he was born Dec. 25, 1929, in Mt. Lake; in 1945 married Sharon Shunk; survived by his wife, Sharon Heide of Mt. Lake; seven children, Mike (Kathi) Heide of Guttenburg, Iowa; Dale (Deb) Heide of Faribault; Nylynn Roth of St. Paul; Ken (Connie) Heide of Brandon, S.D.; Dan (Audra) Heide of Oakdale; Phil (Lisa) Heide of Albuquerque, N.M.; and Scott (Tirzah) of Sioux City, Iowa; 14 grandchildren; four brothers, Wilmer (MaJean) Heide of Butterfield; Kermit (Carol) Heide of Butterfield; Eldon (Marie) Heide of Yuba, Wis.; and Rick (Jetty) Heide of Bloomington; four sisters, Edna (Jerry) Erskine of Marysville, Wash.; Ellen Jean (Pete) Zielenski of Clifton, Va.; Diane (Roy) Farley of San Antonio, Texas; and Lauretta (Jim) Hagen of Ceylon; services at the Evangelical Mennonite Brethren Church in Mt. Lake (abstract Mountain Lake Observer-Advocate)
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Sarah S. Hiebert, 94, of Mt. Lake died Oct. 11, 1999; daughter of John and Mary (Diemer) Koritz, she was born Dec. 21, 1904, at Danville, Ill. ; on Sept. 9, 1928, Sarah married Peter C. Hiebert; he died on Aug. 25, 1996; preceded in death by her husband, Peter Hiebert; three sisters, Annie Wahafeldt, Minnie Arends and Bertha Miller; and two brothers, John and Woodrow Koritz; survived by a daughter, Majorie (LaVerne) Christianson of Mt. Lake; a son, Gaylord (Jeanne) Hieber of Sioux Falls, S.D., four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren; burial at the Mt. Lake Cemetery (abstract Mountain Lake Observer-Advocate)
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Jacob Hengtgen died March 20, 1924, of liver cancer, at the Mt. Lake hospital, age 63 years, 1 month and 23 days; born Jackson Co., IA January 27, 1861; married Wilhelmine Walters (Walter) in Nebraska in 1886; after their marriage they moved to Plymouth Co., IA, where they remained for 22 until coming to Cottonwood Co. in 1910; they were the parents of thirteen children, Johnnie and Walters, both died in infancy, Elizabeth Manderfield died 1919, Edward B., married and living at home, Mary, Frank, Anna, Leo, Clara and Margaret married and living on farms nearby; Lena, Florence and Roy at home; also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Peter Miller and Mrs. Urban Stolz, both with him when he passed, a step-mother, four half sisters, three half brothers, twelve grandchildren and a host of friends; services were held at the M.E. church and burial at the Jeffers Cemetery. (abstracted from Jeffers Review [see obit] and Storden Times [see obit])
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Mrs. Wilhelmine Walter Hengtgen died Sept. 6, 1928 in Storden Twp. of stomach cancer, aged 62 years and eleven months old. Mrs. Hengten was born in Germany October 6, 1866 and came to America at age 18. She married Jacob Hengtgen in Nebraska in 1886. They lived in Plymouth Co., Iowa for twenty-two years and came to Cottonwood Co., Minn. in 1910, and they resided there until their deaths, her husband Jacob dying March 20, 1924. Mr. and Mrs. Hengtgen were the parents of thirteen children, two of whom died in infancy and Lizzie Manderfeld who died in 1919. The children who survive them are: Edward B. Hengtgen, Leo Hengtgen, and Mrs. Clara Ollam of Jeffers; Frank Hengtgen of St. Paul, Minn. Anna Bohl and Mrs. Mary Herbst of Storden township; Mrs. Margaret Woolsey, Roy Hengtgen and Miss Lena Hengtgen of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.; also survived by nineteen grandchildren and one nephew, Otto Walter [submitter's note: this surname is sometimes found as "Walters"] of Arlington, Minnesota and one sister and one brother in Germany. (abstract Storden Times, Sept. 13, 1928)
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