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Mrs. Pauline Stimm

1841 - 1906

Sudden Death


Mrs. Pauline Stimm died suddenly of hemorrhage of the lungs last Monday evening at 5:15 o'clock.  She had been working in her garden during the afternoon gathering vegetables and just previous to her death went to the rear of her home in West Main Street, to give some instructions to a man who was splitting wood for her, and became suddenly ill.  She called to him to run for a neighboring lady and when he returned with the lady Mrs. Stimm was throwing up blood and died in a few moments.  Deceased was a sister of the late John Neumann, who for years conducted a commission store in West Main Street, and an aunt of Emil Neuman who is now in the same business.  She was a native of Germany and has resided here for about 30 years.  She was 64 years of age and is survived by one daughter, Miss Theresa Stimm, of this city.  Her husband died many years ago.  Her death was a great shock to her many friends.  She was a most excellent and highly esteemed lady.


Buried in St. Henry’s Cemetery



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