98. Zumbrennen, John Albert

born:  17 May 1899 in Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho
died:  14 August 1923, Frontier, Lincoln, Wyoming
buried:  Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho
age at death: 24 years old
single
father:  Johann Albrecht Zumbrennen
mother:  Maria May Staubhaar


Sources:
Kemmerer Republican, 24 August 1923
WWI Draft Registration Card
Ancestral File
1910 US Federal Census

Impressive Services
The bodies of John A. and John W. Zumbrennen, cousins, were shipped to Montpelier, Ida., two days following their untimely death in the mine explosion, where funeral services were held.  It was one of the largest funerals ever held in the Idaho city, and the caskets were smothered with flowers, one wreath representing a wagon wheel with a spoke missing.  Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Bahem took the widow and six children, of John W., the oldest of whom is only 10 years, to Montpelier in their car Friday morning.  Three speakers extolled the virtues of the departed.
Source:
The Kemmerer Republican, 24 August 1923, page 1.

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