NWO - Shattuck, OK Jan. 1944
John Fredrick Wassenmiller was born in Shcherbakovka, Russia on Mar. 7, 1881, and passed away at the Shattuck Hospital on Mon. evening, Jan. 24, 1944 at 6 o'clock, at the age of 62 years, 10 months and 17 days.
In the year 1906, he was united in marriage with Katherine Laubhan and to this union were born 3 children: Ophelia, Alexander John; and Alvana.
In the year 1911 they emigrated from Russia to America and settled at Shattuck, OK where he established a business of shoemaker in which he made many friends that are sympathizing now with the bereaved family. Here he resided until his passing away.
He leaves to mourn, his wife; three children: Ophelia Nobles of Shattuck, OK; Alexander John of Woodward, OK; and Alvana McDaniel of Kerrville, TN; also a brother, Gottfried of Shattuck and one sister, Mrs. Fred Meier of Shattuck, besides five grandchildren and a wide circle of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held in the First Christian Church of Shattuck at 2:30 o'clock Wed. afternoon, Jan. 26, with Brothers C.I. Kenney and John Heer officiating. Interment was in the Shattuck cemetery.
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