Lewis Keilbach, 78, a resident of Smithton for 45 years, died in his home there Friday, September 25, 1936, following an illness of 10 days of pneumonia. His wife Sophie Keilbach preceded him in death in 1930. Surviving are four children: Mrs. Caroline Ault, Brownsville; Mrs. Jacob Schneider, Blawnox; Richard and Lewis Keilbach Jr, of Smithton; 14 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. A brother, Joseph Keilbach, died only three weeks ago. He was a grandfather of Mrs. S A Seehoffer, of Derrick avenue, Uniontown. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock in the Smithton Lutheran church. Burial will be in a Smithton cemetery. The Morning Herald, Uniontown, Pa. Sat, Sep 26, 1936 Note. I have found 3 variations for Mr. Keilbach: Louis, Lewis and Ludwig. Contributed by Harold Spaugy.
Thomas C. KINTZ died in 1919.
Saturday, April 5, 1918, Latrobe Bulletin, page 1, Latrobe, Westmoreland, PA.
THOMAS C. KINTZ DEAD
Thomas C. Kintz, for the past eighteen years a resident of Latrobe, died at his home on Lloyd avenue, yesterday afternoon, at 3:25 o’clock. His death was due to peritonitis. The deceased was 72 years and 3 months of age, having been born in Unity township in the year 1847. He is survived by the following children: Edward, of Pittsburgh; Charles, of Woodlawn; Jerome, of North Latrobe; Mrs. Rose Folk, of Scottdale; Leo, of Latrobe; Anna and Maurice of Latrobe. Twenty-one grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at ten o’clock, in the Holy Family church, with High Mass of Requiem. Internment will follow in St. Vincent’s cemetery. Contributed by Jack O'Connor, email@example.com.
Senja, the only child of Charles and Anna Kuja, died last Wednesday noon at the age of one year and seventeen days; funeral services were held at the house of the bereaved parents, yesterday afternoon. Daily Independent, Monessen, Pennsylvania, November 15, 1902, page 1, column 1.