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From: "Maggie Stewart" <>
Subject: Fw: DENO/SAUER OBITS, Ottawa County OH
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 23:03:54 -0400

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From: Maggie Stewart <>
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Cassie Langley Brown

DENO/SAUER family obits from the "Elmore Independent"
Elmore, Ottawa Co., OH

Martin Deno, born Nov. 17, 1816, in Kramke, Germany, died in August 1898,
at his home on Clinton St.; aged 82 years. Funeral from the Lutheran
Rev. Quel, Toledo, officiating. He leaves a wife and one son. (Elmore
Independent, Ottawa Co., OH)
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Mrs. Rosina [Rathke] Deno, Died in Toledo. . . 11-8-1906 . . . The funeral
of Mrs. Rosina Deno occurred at the Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon, and
interment was made in Rice (Rymers) Cemetery. Mrs. Deno died at the State
Hospital Friday, Nov. 2. She had been an inmate of that institution for
nearly three years. She was aged 84 years, 10 months, and 25 days. She
leaves one son, John of this place and one daughter who resides at Hampburg,
MN. Rev. R. Meyer conducted. (Elmore Independent, Ottawa Co., OH)
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Mrs. John Deno [Bertha Ottelie Juliana SAUER], wife of John Deno, died at
home two miles north of Elmore on last Saturday morning, of cancer of the
throat, aged 33 years. She literally starved to death, not being able to
eat sufficient to sustain life. The funeral services were held Monday at
Lutheran Church, and the remains interred in the Guss [Union] Cemetery.
Jan 20., 1893. Elmore Independent
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Last rites were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Ida Marie Deno, 66, wife
of John Deno of this place, who died at 2:45, Sunday afternoon, following a
sudden, critical illness that came upon her that morning, during which she
lapsed into a coma and died without regaining consciousness. Services were
held in Trinity Lutheran Church, conducted by her pastor Rev. A. C. Thober,
and interment was in Union Cemetery here. Surviving are her husband, and
three sons; Arthur, of Elmore; Edward, of Saginaw, Mich., and Theodore of
Woodville; two daughters, Mrs. Freda Krieger and Mrs. Edna Magsig, both of
Elmore; another daughter, Mrs. Alma Schaaf, also of Elmore, died seven years
ago. There are also three step-children: Mrs. Anna Durdel of Oak Harbor,
and Mrs. Martha Truman and Emil Deno, of Elmore; also one brother, Harmon
Sauer, of this place, and three sisters: Mrs. Wm. Thom, Merril Mich., Mrs.
Augusta Klingbeil, Elliston, and Mrs. Ferdinand Yoster, Trowbridge; also,
twelve grandchildren and five step-grandchildren. Mrs. Deno was born in
Germany in 1870 and came to America with her father, two sisters and a
brother in 1882, settling in Elliston, where others of the family had
already located. On March 15, 1894, she was married to John Deno of Elmore,
by Rev.
Strange, an Evangelical minister here, and has ever since lived in this
vicinity. . . 4 May 1936.
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John L. Deno Died Thursday Night. Dec. 21; John L. Deno, 83, retired
farmer, died at his home on West Rice street about 11 oƕclock Thursday
night, of
complications. Funeral services were held from the home and then from
Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon. Rev. A. C. Thober officiating and
interment in Union Cemetery. Mr. Deno was born in Germany July 21, 1856,
and at the age of 16 years came with his parents to America and settled at
Elliston, Ohio. In 1886 he was married to Miss Bertha Sauer, and to this
union were born six children, Anna, Emma, Emilia, Martha, Emil and William.
In 1892 his first wife died and two years later he was united in marriage to
Miss Edith Sauer. Six children were born to this union also, Edward,
Theodore, Arthur, Frieda, Alma, and Edna. The family lived on the Deno farm
north of Elmore on the Elliston road until 1919 when he with his wife and
the children still at home moved to Elmore. His wife died in 1936 and most
the time since then he has lived with his daughter, Mrs. Elmer Kroeger, and
family. His health began to fail last June and five weeks ago he became
bedfast. He suffered his first stroke about two weeks ago and another one
the Saturday before his death. Surviving are eight children: Mrs. Albert
Durdel of Oak Harbor; Mrs. John Truman, Emil and Mrs.. Elmer Kroeger of
Elmore; Edward of Saginaw, Mich; Theodore of Woodville, Mrs. Ben Magsig of
Gibsonburg, and Arthur of Fremont; also 18 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. (Elmore Independent)

NOTE: Mrs. Bertha Sauer DENO & Mrs. Ida Sauer DENO were sisters (dau. of
Wilhelm & Wilhelmina KERSTEN SAUER); shortly after Bertha's death in 1893,
Ida married her husband, John, raising Bertha's children and having children
of her own with Mr. DENO.

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