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Bertha Olive Lodwick (1882-1965)

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Bertha Olive Lodwick was born 13 January 1882 in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio to Wallace S Lodwick (1859-) and Mary Elizabeth Lanterman (1861-) and died 25 April 1965 in Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania of unspecified causes. She married William Leamer Shade Sr. (1877-1944) 4 June 1905 in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio. Ancestors are from United States, Germany, England, the United Kingdom, Switzerland.
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Children


Offspring of Bertha Olive Lodwick and William Leamer Shade Sr. (1877-1944)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Florence Jannette Shade (1910-1988)
Dorothea Elizabeth Shade (1912-1998)
Eleanor Susie Shade (1913-1990)
Emily Anona Shade (1916-1983)
Leona Blanche Shade (1920-1986)
William Leamer Shade Jr. (1922) 18 January 1923 Geeseytown, Blair County, Pennsylvania, United States 26 July 2014 Erie County, Pennsylvania, United States of America Betty Lorraine Foor (1926-1998)

Bud Emmett Shade (1926-1999)

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Bertha O. Shade, 1307 17th St., died April 25, 1965 in Mercy Hospital. She was born in Youngstown, Ohio, on Jan. 13, 1882, a daughter of George W. and Mary Elizabeth (Lanterman) Ludwig, and June 4, 1905, married William L. Shade, who died in March 1944. Survived by seven children: Mrs. Florence Kreuz and Mrs. Emily Harris of Altoona, Mrs. Dorothea Geist of Frankstown, Mrs. Eleanor Snowberger of Monroe Falls, Ohio, Mrs. Leona Parks of Williamsburg, William of Erie and Budd of Los Angeles, Calif.; 27 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren. Krish Funeral Home



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