[Note: I am not researching any of these families. Just posting this obit because it was on the same page as an obit I tracked down for an RAOGK request.]
The Morning Call
Tuesday, June 4, 1895
The Last Sad Rites
The Funeral of Hiram M. Leh Was Held Yesterday
The funeral services of Hiram M. Leh took place in St. John's Reformed Church yesterday afternoon, where a large number of the friends of the deceased attended. Rev. Dr. S. G. Wagner preached the sermon. The high esteem of Mr. Leh was shown by the number of floral tributes presented. An extra carriage was found necessary to transport them to the cemetery. Among the offerings were: "Gates Ajar" from the family; "a large and elegant design with the word "Partner" from A. D. Dresher; mass of La France roses and sage palms from the Livingston Club; large anchor from H. Leh and family; bed of roses from St. Leger Club; pillow marked "Rest" from the employes; cross from A. H. Boas and family; sheaf and flowers from "Emma;" wreath from William F. Hocker and family; boquet of roses from F. W. and T. J. Koch; boquet from Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kramer; a wreath from a friend; lyre with broken string from "Quartet;" carnations from Miss Gertrude Leh; sago palms and flowers from Peter Bishop, New York; carnations from Miss Emma L. Mosser. The pall-bearers were Fred F. Kramer, William Keck, John E. Lentz, William F. Hecker, N. A. Haas and H. S. Shimer. Interment was made in Union Cemetery.