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"Obituary - Carl Reich"
Name: Carl Reich (a/k/a - Karl Reich).
Birth date: Abt. 1843
Birth location: Germany
Spouse: M. Eva Koepke
Death date: September 17, 1909
Death location: Hazleton, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
Cause of death: Unknown
Burial date: Unknown
Burial location: Unknown
Newspaper publication: Wilkes Barre Times, Page 19, Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
Date published: September 20, 1909
"Transcript of the above obituary"
Funeral of Carl Reich
The funeral of the late Carl Riech took place yesterday afternoon from his late home on West Ridge street. The services were held at St. John's Lutheran Church and were coducted by Rev August Fischer. That the deceased was held in high esteem was shown by the large funeral and many beautiful floral arrangements. The casket was born by Gustave Houke, John Englehart, John Kemmick, John Keller, John Kemmick, and Charles Englehart. The floral tributes were carried by Elsie Reich, Gussie Reich, William Koefke, Charles Koefke, Emil Koefke, Albert Koefke, and Charles Wertha. Internment was made in Nanticoke Cemetery.
The John Englehart mentioned in the above obituary was later killed in a mining accident with Charles "Carl" Reich.
The surname used in the above obituary for William, Charles, Emil, and Albert Koefke might of been misspelled, for the correct spelling in German is Koepke. Also, the maiden name of the wife of Carl Reich is Eva Koepke.
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