Catharine (Fuchs) Lehenbauer - Kingfisher County, Oklahoma
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Source: THE DAILY MIDGET, January 15, 1913 - OBITUARY
Miss Catharine FUCHS was born in Wertenburg, Germany, Nov. 15th, 1836. She landed in America May 2nd, 1863, at the age of 27. She was married in September of the same year to John G. LEHENBAUER, of Hannibal, Marion county, Mo., where they resided for several years.
From there they removed to LaGrange, Mo., where they lived until 1891 when they came to Kingfisher, Okla. where she has since resided with her sons, her husband having departed this life in 1899. Mr. and Mrs. LEHENBAUER were members of the German Northern Methodist church, and were staunch christians and faithful workers in the church. Her German bible was her constant companion and friend both in adversity and prosperity. She was a most loving and devoted wife and mother, and was loved and esteemed by all who intimately knew her. She died Jan. 12th, 1913, aged 77 years, 1 month and 26 days, after a week's illness of pneumonia. She leaves to mourn her loss, two brothers - Andrew FUCH of Hannibal, Mo. and Frederick, who still resides in Germany; twelve grandchildren, eight sons and one daughter; one little son having died in infancy.
George and Wesley of Enid, Okla., August of Ames, Okla., Henry, Frank, John, Edward and Mrs. Mollie HUFF, all of Kingfisher, were all with her during her illness.
Funeral services were held at the Mr. Pisgah church, Tuesday at 2:30, conducted by Rev. C.L. KNIGHT. Text, "If a Man Dies, Shall He Live Again." - Job 14-14. Interment in the Mr. Pisgah cemetery.