reprinted from the Leavenworth Post, Monday, 29-Mar-1915.

Mrs. Rosalia Rehm is Dead

Among Oldest Women of This City, Where She Came in the Early Days.

Mrs. Rosalia Rehm, a pioneer resident of Leavenworth, died late Saturday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Ohlrich, Randolph and Central avenue. Mrs. Rehm was 85 years old. She had been ill three weeks. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of Mrs. Ohlrich. Burial will be in Mt. MuncieCemetery. The Rev. A.F. Warskow of the Salem Evangelical church will have charge of the services.

Mrs. Rehm was born September 7, 1830, in Baden, Germany. She came to this county in 1855 and first made her home in Pittsburgh, Pa. After residing in that city for a few years she came to Leavenworth and was married here to Charles Rhem, now dead. Mr. Rehm established a grocery store at Fourth and Olive streets which is now being operated by his son, Charles Rehm, Jr.

Following Mr. Rehm's death 16 years ago, Mrs. Rehm made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Ohlrich. Mrs. Rehm is survived by four children. They are: Mrs. Ohlrich, Charles Rehm, Mrs. August Jahn and Mrs. Rosie Kasten of Kansas City, Mo.

reprinted from the Leavenworth Post, Wednesday, 31-Mar-1915.

The funeral of Mrs. Rosalia Rehm was held yesterday afternoon from the residence, Randolph and Central streets, at 2 o'clock. The Rev. A.F. Warskow of the Salem Evangelical church, had charge of the services. Burial was in Mt. Muncie cemetery.

Date of death Tuesday, March 30, 1915 

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