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    Obituary of Ferdinand Freida Floresville Chronicle-Journal Fri., 19 Sep 1947 Ferdinand Frieda Dies at Three Oaks The three Oaks community was shocked at the
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      Obituary of Ferdinand Freida
      Floresville Chronicle-Journal
      Fri., 19 Sep 1947

      Ferdinand Frieda Dies at Three Oaks

      The three Oaks community was shocked at the sudden death of Ferdinand Ernest
      Frieda at his home on Friday morning at 11:00 September 12, 1947.
      Mr. Frieda was bitten by a rattlesnake last April and had not been well
      since. He was taken seriously ill late Thursday and passed away the
      following day.
      He moved to the Three Oaks community about 32 years ago and lived on his
      farm there ever since. He was a good and useful citizen and was held in the
      highest esteem.
      The funeral procession left the Murray funeral chapel at nine Sunday
      morning, September 14 and services were conducted at Blessed Sacrament
      Church at Poth at 9:30 a.m. with the Reverend Father S. Strobel officiating.
      Burial was in Blessed Sacrament Cemetery in Poth.
      Mr. Frieda was born in Fayette County, Texas on June 8, 1882 and at the time
      of death was 65 years, three months and four days. He was preceded in death
      by his first wife, Mrs. Magdalen Hilscher Frieda, and infant son Elo by his
      second marriage.
      He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Alma nee Berckenhoff Frieda, sons
      Herbert and Arnold of Saint Paul, Minnesota, daughter Aurellia of San
      Antonio, step-daughter Erna Baumann of Three Oaks, also four grandchildren
      and two brothers Vinc of Floresville and Willie of Houston, two sisters,
      Mrs. Dan Houlihan and Mrs. Jake Huble, both of Houston. His parents, three
      brothers and two sisters preceded him in death.
      Pallbearers were Herbert and Emil Frieda, Frank and Fritz Huble, William
      Merecka and Emanuel Baumann.

      Submitted by Larry Berkenhoff
      Posted by Matt Cross

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