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  • Rosemary Ermis
    Mrs. Annie Matilda Pachal, who had lived in the Oak Grove section below Weimar most of her life, moving to Columbus about 15 years ago, died at her home at
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      Mrs. Annie Matilda Pachal, who had lived in the Oak Grove section below Weimar most of her life, moving to Columbus about 15 years ago, died at her home at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, January 17, at the age of 89.
       
      Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Untermeyer Funeral Home in Columbus, continuing with services at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.  Interment was in Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery.  The Rev. G. Wolf officiated.
       
      Mrs. Pachal was born in Oldenberg, Germany, Dec. 18, 1872, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Schram.  She was an infant when the family came to America, settling at Bryan.  There she was confirmed in the Zion Lutheran Church and on Feb. 14, 1896, was married to August Pachal.  In 1910 they moved to Oak Grove, and after Mr. Pachal's death in 1929, Mrs. Pachal continued to live there until her failing health forced her to move into town.
       
      She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. John (Clara) Greak and Mrs. Finton (Louise) Schweke of Columbus, Mrs. Alva (Olga) Lamkin of Weimar, Mrs. Adolf (Hulda) Thumann of Oak Grove, and Mrs. Louis (Hattie) Lamkin of San Antonio; one son, Henry Pachal of Bellville; 7 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Amelia Schultz of Bryan.  A daughter, Alma, preceded her in death 37 years ago.
       
      Pallbearers were Edward Lamkin of California; Henry Pachal Jr. of Bellville; Ed. Schultz, Arnold Schultz, Richard Schram and Emmet Schram, all of Bryan; Willie Schram Jr. of San Antonio; and Ted Zuelke of Thorndale.
       
      Weimar Mercury, Thursday, January 25, 1962
       
      Submitted by Rosemary Ermis
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