Grimes, Mrs.

Mrs. Grimes
1822-March 1867


Niles Republican, Saturday, April. 6, 1867, page 3, col. 1, microfilm Niles District Library


Chester Rollo, the City Sexton, submitted his quarterly report of interments in the Cemetery for the quarter ending March 31st, of which the following is a summary:
. . .

March 17, Mrs. Grimes, age 44 years, native of Touswanda, M.Y., at Niles, of Paralysis.

Gerblich, Anna

Anna Gerblich or Gerblecht
Abt. 1818-May 8, 1872


Niles Democrat, Saturday, May 18, 1873, page 3, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library


DIED


In this city on the 8th instant, Mrs. ANNA GERBLECHT, in the 54th year of her age. She was a native of Germany, and had been a resident of this city about 14 years.

Note: Cemetery listing and grave marker has this name spelled Gerblich

Gerberich, Catherine Anna (Miller)

Catherine Anna Gerberich
March 15, 1828-Dec. 29, 1903


Niles Daily Star, Thursday, Dec 31 1903, page 3, col. 3, microfilm Niles District Library

MRS. C.A. GERBERICH


Highly Esteemed Niles Resident Passes away

 

As briefly stated in yesterdays edition of the Daily Star, Mrs. C.A.Gerberich, a well known and highly esteemed resident, has been summoned beyond.


The end came peacefully at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The deceased has been ailing for the past two years, and a week ago she suffered a fall,sustaining injuries about the head, which are believed to have hastened the end very materially.


Mrs. Gerberich who was a lady of a kind and loving disposition, was born at East Hanover,Penn., March 15 1828. Many years of her life were spent in this city and vicinity, where she had a host of friends. A number of years ago Mr.Gerberich passed away. The children who survive their parents are, Henry and Joseph of Langsford, S.D.; Charles of St. Johns, Mich.; Miss Mary of Lawrence,Kas.; Mrs. James Kingery of Philipsburg,Kas.;and Mrs. Amos Ribble, Mrs.Samuel Thomson, Mrs William VanNess and Miss Kate of this city. All of the children are here, except Mrs. Kingery and Henry Gerberich.


The funeral will take place from the home on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev.Dr.Lowrie, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, of which the deceased was a devoted member, officiating. The burial will take place at Silver Brook Cemetery.

Niles Republican, Thursday, January 7, 1904, page 3, col. 3, microfilm Niles District Library

Mrs. Catherine Anna Gerberich died Wednesday afternoon from old age aggravated by a recent accident.

Mrs. Gerberich was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and was born in East Hanover, Pa., March 15, 1828. Her family moved to St. Joseph county, Indiana, in 1837 and were among the first settlers of South Bend.

Mrs. Gerberich was the mother of eleven children of whom seven are living. They are Mrs. Jas. Kingery, of Phillipsburg, Kas.; Miss Mary Gerberich of Lawrence, Kas.; Harry and Joseph Gerberich of Langsford, S.D.; and Chas Gerberich of St. Johns, Mich.; Mrs. Amos Ribble, Mrs. Samuel Thomson, Mrs. Wm. VanNess and Miss Kate Gerberich of Niles. A brother, Joseph Miller of South Bend and a sister, Mrs. Kingery of Buchanan, also survive.

The funeral will be held Saturday at 2:30 at the late residence, 598 Broadway, the Rev. J.G. Lowrie officiating. The remains will be interred at Silver Brook.

 

Gerberich, David P.

David P. Gerberich
Dec. 21, 1813*-Oct. 28, 1873


Niles Republican, Thursday, October 29, 1873, page 3, col. 1, microfilm Niles District Library

Mr. D.P. Gerberich, a man well known to all the old residents of this section died at his residence near this city yesterday of lung fever, after a very short sickness. Mr. Gerberich came here nearly forty years ago, and from that time to the day of his death he has been respected and esteemed by all who knew him.

Niles Democrat, Saturday, November 1, 1873, page 3, col. 3, microfilm Niles District Library

DIED

At his residence in Cass County, on Wednesday last, Mr. DANIEL[sic] P. GERBERICH, in the 59th year of his age.

Mr. Gerberich was honest and upright in all his dealings with his fellow men, and was much esteemed by all who knew him.

*DOB computed from age 59y, 10m, 7d on death record for David P. Gerberich.

 

Gerberich, Philip

Philip Gerberich
Dec. 23, 1866-Jan. 7, 1867


Niles Republican, Saturday, April. 6, 1867, page 3, col. 1, microfilm Niles District Library


Chester Rollo, the City Sexton, submitted his quarterly report of interments in the Cemetery for the quarter ending March 31st, of which the following is a summary:
. . .
Jan. 7th    Philip, son of D. and C. Gerberick, age 15 days, native of Howard. Died at Howard, Cass Co., of Congestion.