ebook  History of Watertown, Wisconsin


Minna Ullrich

1855 - 1943


Ullrich, Minna Schmutzler, b. 1855, d. 1943, Sec 19


01 01 1944


Mrs. Ullrich is Claimed by Death

Life Long Resident Here Stricken on Saturday

Funeral Tomorrow


Mrs. Minna Ullrich, widow of Louis Ullrich, living at 134 Corner Street, died in St. Mary’s hospital at 5 p.m. Saturday after a brief illness.  She was taken ill Monday and was removed to the hospital the following day.


Mrs. Ullrich was the former Minna Schmutzler and was born in Watertown Jan 6, 1855, a daughter of the late Christian and Caroline Seis Schmutzler.  Her entire life was spent here.  Her husband died Aug. 10, 1910.


Surviving are two daughters and two sons, Mrs. August Henze, this city, Mrs. Edward Rogers, Cincinnati, O., Max and Arthur Ullrich both of Watertown.  A daughter, Lydia, preceded her in death in 1903, and a son, Ferdinand, died Nov. 8, 1939.  There are seven grandchildren.  One brother, Edward Schmutzler, this city also survives.


Mrs. Ullrich was a life long member of St. Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran church and also a member of the Ladies Aid society of that parish.  She also was a member of the Turner auxiliary and of the American Legion auxiliary.


Funeral on Tuesday


The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the Schmutzler funeral home.  The Rev. I. G. Uetzmann of St. Luke’s Church will officiate.  Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.


Friends may call at the funeral home this evening and tomorrow up to the time of the service to pay their respects.


The American Legion auxiliary members are requested by the officers of the unit to meet at the armory this evening at 7:30 o’clock to go in a delegation to the Schmutzler funeral home to pay their respects.


The members of the Turner auxiliary will also pay their respects tonight.  They will meet at the Turner hall at 7:45 o’clock and go in a body to the funeral home.




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