Katharina Endres

Type Value
Name Katharina Endres
Born 1867-11-26 Roden, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
Gender F
Died 1910-10-25 Clinton, Henry County, Missouri
Buried Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, Henry County, Missouri
Type Value
Father Michael Endres b. (1816-11-15, Roden, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany) d. (1900-12-05, Chatsworth, Livingston County, Illinois)
Mother Maria Katherine Eyrig b. (1823-09-12, Bavaria, Germany) d. (1902-02-19, Chatsworth, Livingston County, Illinois)
Married 1845-00-00, Roden, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
Type Value
Family Fred Dietz b. (1865) d. (1936-04-06)
Married 1889-01-23
Children 0 Otto Dietz b. (1890-01-02) d. (1916-05-26, Clinton, Henry County, Missouri)
1 Veronica Dietz b. (1892-04-29) d. (1911-11-15, Clinton, Henry County, Missouri)


Type Value
Katharina and Veronica Dietz
Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, Henry County, Missouri


Possible date of birth was 26 Nov 1868. Headstone says 26 Nov 1867

From the Chatsworth Plaindealer Chatsworth,Livingston,Illinois


The death of Mrs. Fred Dietz, sister of Vincent Endres, of Charlotte township, and for many years a resident of this vicinity, occurred at her home four miles north of Clinton, Mo., on Tuesday (Oct. 25) morning, October 28. She had been a sufferer with dropsey for over twelve years and since last February had been compelled to sit in a chair, the nature of the disease being such that she was unable to lie down. About three weeks previous to her death she was taken worse and death came as a release from earthly pain. Kate Endres was born in Bavaria, Germany, November 26, 1868. At the age of five years she came to America with her parents and they settled near this village. On February 23, 1889 she was united in marriage with Fred Dietz. Ten years later they moved to Missouri, where they had since made their home. Mr. and Mrs. Dietz’ only son, Otto, has been a helpless invalid for five years with rheumatism, and to him her death will be a heavy blow. The bereaved husband and eighteen year old daughter, Vrony, will endeavor to fill the mother’s place. Mrs. Dietz is also survived by one sister, Mrs. James Cono, of Spring Hill, Kansas, who was at her bedside at the end, and two brothers, Julius Endres, of Palisade, Neb., and Vincent Endres, who resides north of Chatsworth. The funeral services were held at the Catholic church at Clinton, Mo., on Thursday, conducted by Rev. Fitzgerald, and the remains were interred at Englewood cemetery, near the city. Vincent Endres and Otto Greunig went from here to attend the funeral.