Clipped From Chillicothe Gazette
Mrs. Wetzel's Death. Mrs. Wilhelmina Wetzel, widow of the late Jacob Wetzel, and one of Chillicothe's highly respected German German women,' died at midnight at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Klem. at 456 East Seventh street, of old age. The deceased was 5born in Lam-pertheim, Lam-pertheim, Lam-pertheim, Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, Germany, June 9, 1821, being in her eighty-ninth eighty-ninth eighty-ninth year. She was married to Jacob Wetzel in Germany in 1845, and they came direct to this city in 1849, and lived here all their lives. Mr. Wetzel preceded hi3 wife to the grave in 1902. Mrs. Wetzel was t'ae mother of eight children, four of whom survive her: Mrs. Louis Medert Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. John Ritter and Mrs. Charles Klein. Seventeen grand children children and eight great grand children also survive her. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the German Salem church, of which she had been a member since her advent In Chllllcothe, Rev. Gehm officiating. The interment will be In Greenlawn.