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"Obituary - Leonard "Dimp" Anton Albrecht"
Name: Leonard "Dimp" Anton Albrecht
Married: Leona Elizabeth Buehler
Death date: March 08, 1929
Death location: about 5 miles southeast of Norborne, Carroll County, Missouri.
Burial date: Unknown
Burial location: Catholic Cemetery, southeast of Norborne, Carroll County, Missouri.
Name of newspaper publication: Unknown
Newspaper location: Norborne, Carroll County, Missouri.
Date published: March 1929
Provided by: Roger and Theresa Settle - The newspaper clipping was kept by their grandmother, Mary J. (Wagner) Weber.
"Transcript of the above obituary"
Leonard A. Albrecht, 27, Ill Only Short Time - Eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Albrecht, Passed Away At Home Southwest of Norborne, Last Thursday at Midnight.
Leonard A. Albrecht, 27, passed away at his home on the John Clearly farm, about 5 miles southeast of Norborne, last Thursday, March 8, about midnight, after being critically ill for the past two weeks with pneumonia and measles.
Leonard Anton Albrecht, son of Tony and Anna (Wagner) Albrecht, was born Nov. 17, 1901, in Norborne, Mo., where he spent his boyhood days and attending the Norborne Public Schools, later moving to a farm with his parents east of Norborne where he grew to manhood and assisted his father with the work on the farm.
On June 20th, 1928, he was united in marriage to Miss Leona Buehler of near Hardin. They moved to the John Cleary farm soon after their marriage where they have since resided.
He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, mother and father and five sisters and two brothers: Mrs. John Henderson and Henry Henderson, both of near Carrollton; Anna Lois, Norma Mae and Ella Mae Albrecht and Virgil and Glen, all of east of Norborne.
Funeral services in memory of Leonard Albrecht were held from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Norborne, Monday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Father H. L. Kemmer. The choir sang the Requium Mass with Miss Gladys Barker accompanist at the pipe organ. The choir also sang "Jesus, Take Me to Thy Sacred Heart" and "What Could My Jesus Do More." Burial was made in the Catholic Cemetery, southeast of Norborne.
The following are among the out-of-town relatives and friends here to attend the funeral: Mrs. Ben Weber and daughters, Misses Alice and Clotilda of Folger, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Link and son, Woodrow, of Keytesville, Mo..
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