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Frank Mittasch
The Mulhall Enterprise
Friday, May 4, 1900
Submitted by: Debby Cook

Frank Mittasch Dead.
Died, at his home near Mulhall, Thursday evening, April 19, 1900, Frank Mittasch. Mr. Mittasch was born in Austria, October 11, 1848, but spent the early part of his life in Germany. Came to Kansas in 1883, and from there to Oklahoma April 22, 1889. As a citizen, friend and neighbor he was well and favorably known as any who has lived among us from the time he cast his lot with the sturdy pioneers who have transformed this beautiful valley from a wilderness to a garden. He had been afflicted nearly six years with a malady which caused his death. In his death the community loses a citizen of worth. He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his death.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to those berevet ones and pray that God's grace may sustain and comfort them.
The remains were laid away to rest in Rose Lawn cemetery Sunday afternoon, April 22, 1900.

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