Appleton Post Crescent | Appleton, Wisconsin | Monday, August 18, 1924 | Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krieg and family and Miss Alma Zerbel, of Marquette, Mich., are visiting at the home of R. Zerbel, 1032 Franklln-st.
Appleton Post Crescent | Appleton, Wisconsin | Friday, August 28, 1931 | Page 4
Henry Milnitz, 90, died at h!s home, 915 N. Morrison-st, at 9 o'clock Thursday evening after a two weeks' illness. Mr. Milnitz, a teamster in Appleton for the past 20 years, was born in Kolberg, Germany, on Feb 11, 1841, and came to America at the age of 19. He spent a few years in the town of Clayton, Winnebago-co, and then came to Appleton, where he had lived ever since. He was married to Amelia
Kunze in Appleton on Sept 4, 1876. Survivors are the widower; four daughters, Mrs. Charles H. Krieg, Marquette, Mich., Mrs. Frank Miller of Chicago, Mrs. Herman Ihde, route 2, Neenah. and Miss Lillie L. Milnitz, Milwaukee; and six grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 1.30 Monday afternoon from the home, with services at 2 o'clock at
the German Methodist Episcopal church, corner of Superior and Hancock-sts. The Rev. H. Feldt of Manitowoc will be in charge, and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. The body will be taken from the Brettschneider Funeral home to the residence Sunday morning.
Appleton Post Crescent | Appleton, Wisconsin | Wednesday, September 02, 1931 | Page 16
CARD OF THANKS
MILNITZ, HENRY—We wish to express our sincere thanks to the
many friends who gave their kindness, sympathy and beautiful
floral offerings during the illnness and death of our beloved husband, father and grandfather.
Mrs. Henry Milnltz,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Krieg,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ihde,
Miss Lillie L Milnitz,