SCHULTZ WIEGAND, HEDWIG "HATTIE" - Baxter County, Arkansas | HEDWIG "HATTIE" SCHULTZ WIEGAND - Arkansas Gravestone Photos


Lower Oakland Cemetery
Baxter County,

Born June 13, 1870, Rhinefield, Switzerland.
Died October 25, 1956, Baxter County, Arkansas.
Daughter of John & Mary Laborr Schultz.
Married William Wiegand, November 24, 1892.

The Baxter Bulletin, Mountain Home, Arkansas, November 1, 1956:

Mrs. Hedwig Wiegand

Funeral services for Mrs. Hedwig Wiegand, 86, who died Thursday afternoon at her home in the Oakland community northeast of here, were held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Assembly of God church, Rev. C. A. Holyfield officiated.

Mrs. Wiegand, who was born on June 13, 1870, in Rhinefield, Switzerland, was a member of the Assembly of God church, which she joined at Cotter in 1932. Her parents were the late John and Mary Laborr Schultz. She moved to the United States in 1881, and was married November 24, 1892, to William Wiegand, who preceded her in death in 1950.

Survivors include three sons, Henry of Mahtomedi, Minn., Edwin of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Walter Martin of Mountain Home; a daughter Miss Alma Wiegand of Mountain Home; a brother, Oscar Schultz of San Diego, Calif.; a nephew, Herman Hartman; two nieces, Miss Elly Hartman of Chicago and Mrs. Florence Conner of San Diego, Calif, and a great-niece Maryann Conner of San Diego. A son, John preceded her in death.

Interment was in the lower Oakland cemetery, under direction of Roller Funeral Home.

(Photo courtesy of Vera Reeves)

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Submitted: 2/3/11 • Approved: 2/3/11 • Last Updated: 7/29/12 • R458915-G458914-S3

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