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Reed-Foster Wedding

Yagerlehner, Wilson - 1903-10-21

Saturday evening at 5 o’clock Rev. J. N. Field, of the First Baptist church, united in marriage Mrs. Lousetta Foster, of this city, to Harmon O. Reed, of Bluffton. The wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Yagerlehner, cousins of the bride, in the presence of a small company of guests. Mr. and Mrs. Reed are spending a few days in the city before going to Bluffton to live.

“Reed-Foster,” Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana), 21 October 1903, p. 6, col. 4; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://newspaperarchive.com : accessed 23 December 2013).

Modern Maccabees

Yagerlehner, Wilson - 1903-07-29MODERN MACCABEES HAVE A TENT HERE

New Organization Was Instituted in Fort Wayne Tuesday Evening,

T.H. Wilson, of Detroit, district deputy great commander, instituted a tent of the Knights of the Modern Maddabees in Fort Wayne on Tuesday evening, officered as follows:

Past Commander, H. Julian Slade; commander, Claude C. Hollenback; lieutenant commander, O. M. Lovalace; record keeper, Perry Thompson; finance keeper, O. E. Hadsell; physical, Dr. W. D. Calfin; chaplain, C. A. Byrt; sergeant, R. S. Pettit; master-at-arms, R. B. Bock; first M. of G., Wilson Yagerlehner; second M. of G., J. S. Gislett; sentinel, Emmet Cowell; picket, F. J. Ehrman.

Meetings are to be held on the first and third Tuesday evenings of each month above the gas office on Court street. This is the original pioneer order of Maccabees, incorporated in Michigan June 11, 1881, and has considerably over 100,00 members in its home state. It is a wholly distinct and separate order from the Supreme Tent Knights of the Maccabees, which began business two years later, and which has been established in this city for some time past.

“Modern Maccabees Have a Tent Here,” The Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana), 29 July 1903, p. 14, col. 6; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://newspaperarchive.com : accessed 23 December 2013).

Visiting Mother

Yagerlehner, Wilson - 1900-09-22

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Yagerlehner will spend Sunday with Mr. Yagerlehner’s mother at Wabash.

“Local Lines,” The Fort Wayne Evening Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana), 22 September 1900, p. 4, col. 3; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://newspaperarchive.com : accessed 23 December 2013).

Marriage License

Yagerlehner, Wilson - 1899-11-22MARRIAGE LICENSE

Charlie A. Lanier and Luella C. Boles.
Henry Ohse and Ida L. Reynolds.
Emanuel M. Smith and Emma M. Hazell.
Wilson Yagerlehner and Alice M. Hess.
Louis E. Wiley and Etta E. Vallien.
John H. C. Bender and Maggie Waldschmidt.
Joseph W. Wilt and Lucy Sweet.

“Marriage License,” Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana), 22 November 1899, p. 4, col. 6; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://newspaperarchive.com : accessed 22 December 2013).

Wedded Wednesday

Yagerlehner, Wilson - 1899-11-16WEDDED WEDNESDAY

Wilson Yagerlehner and Miss Alice M. Hess were united in marriage at 7 o’clock Wednesday evening at the parsonage of the West Jefferson Street Church of Christ. Rev. P. J. Rice was the officiating minister, and a few close friends of the bride and groom witnessed the ceremony. A reception at the home of the bride, on Elizabeth street, followed, and many friends called to offer congratulations. Mr. Yagerlehner is an electrician in the employ of Hattersley & Sons, and both he and his bride are highly esteemed young people with a wide circle of friends.

“Wedded Wednesday,” Fort Wayne Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana), 16 November 1899, p. 4, col. 2-3; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://newspaperarchive.com : accessed 22 December 2013).

Sunday’s Obituary – Frank Yagerlehner

Yagerlehner, Frank - Obituary, 1933Frank Yagerlehner Succumbs After Long Illness

After an illness of more than a year with a heart ailment, Frank Yagerlehner, a resident of San Rafael for 25 years, died Saturday at his home here. He was an employee of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company.

Yagerlehner leaves a widow, Mrs. Lottie Yagerlehner; a daughter, Mrs. L. M. Roberts, and a brother, Wilson Yagerlehner, of Long Beach.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the parlors of Keaton & Dusel here, with Rev. John J. Canoles, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, officiating.

Yagerlehner was a member of Tamalpais Lodge No. 60, Knights of Pythis, and members of that organization held a brief ceremony Monday evening at Keaton & Dusel’s in memory of their departed brother.

“Frank Yagerlehner Succumbs After Long Illness,” The Marin Journal (San Rafael, California), 8 June, 1933, p. 3, col. 1.

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Franklin Yagerlehner was the son of John and Mary (Wright) Yagerlehner. He was born 9 November 1880 in Nine Mile, Allen, Indiana. He was the tenth of thirteen children.

Frank married Lottie Lake on 23 December 1902 in Indiana. Because Frank worked for the railroad, the couple soon moved to California where they settled in Marin county. They had two children: Vera and Eugene. Eugene died young from an unknown condition. He had surgery to correct the condition but it was unsuccessful, and Eugene died soon afterwards in 1920 at age 8 years.

Since Lottie remarried after Frank’s death, she is not buried with Frank but with her second husband, William F. Holbrook. Frank and Eugene are buried together at Mount Tamalpais Cemetery in San Rafael.

Sunday’s Obituary – Mary E. (Wright) Yagerlehner

LINGERING ILLNESS ENDS IN DEATH

Mrs. Mary E. Yagerlehner, 70 yrs. old, died at the Boulevarde sanitarium at Detroit, Mich., at 8:40 o’clock Sunday morning. Death was due to infirmities of age, hastened by suffering a fractured leg two weeks ago. She had been an invalid for a number of years and was taken to the sanitarium two years ago.

Mrs. Yagerlehner was born at Liberty Center, Ohio, November 27, 1846 and her early life was spent there. On June 3, 1866, she married John Yagerlehner. They lived there for thirty years and then came to this city, where she lived until she was taken to Detroit two years ago.

Seven sons Charles, of Detroit, William of Ft. Wayne, Wilson and Frank of California, Edwin of Denver, Colo., John of Detroit and Irvin of Largo three daughters Mrs. Harry Story, of Wabash, Mrs. John Urschel of Tippecanoe and Mrs. Charles Clemens of Marshfield, Ore., two brothers, W. C. Wright of Wanseon, O., and James Wright of Liberty Center, O., a sister Mrs. Ella Dandy of Liberty Center, O., survive.

The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon and the burial will be made in the Hopewell cemetery. The services will be held at the Hopewell church at 2 o’clock. The Rev. Frost of the Presbyterian church at Lagro will officiate.

“Lingering Illness Ends in Death,” Wabash Plain Dealer (Wabash, Indiana), 4 September 1917, p. 1, col. 1; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http//www.newspaperarchive.com : accessed 14 December 2013).

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FUNERAL SERVICES OF MARY YAGERLEHNER

The funeral of Mary E. Yagerlehner was held Wednesday afternoon with burial in the Hopewell cemetery north east of Lagro. The services were held at the Hopewell church at the cemetery at 2 o’clock, the Rev. Frost of Lagro officiating. The funeral was largely attended and the ceremonies were most impressive.

Those who acted as pall-bearers were: four sons Charles of Detroit, William of Ft. Wayne, Ervin, of Lagro, John of Detroit, two brothers N.C. Wright of Wauseon, O., and James Wright of Liberty Center, O.

“Funeral Services of Mary Yagerlehner,” Wabash Plain Dealer (Wabash, Indiana), 6 September 1917, p. 1, col. 7; digital image, Newspaper Archive (http://newspaperarchive.com : accessed 14 December 2013).

Photograph by Steve

Photograph by Steve