SCHRAGE, NINA FANNY - Adair County, Missouri | NINA FANNY SCHRAGE - Missouri Gravestone Photos

Nina Fanny SCHRAGE

Paultown aka Paulville Cemetery
Adair County,

Apr 3, 1864 Quincy, Adams Co., IL
Jun 2, 1948
Son of John Henry and Crestena Schrage

Jan 28, 1874 Loraine, Adams Co., IL
Jun 16, 1944
Daughter of John and Sarah Littleton Wiles


Retired Knox County Farmer to Be Buried Saturday Afternoon

Brashear, Mo., June 3. (Special)—Charles H. Schrage, 84, aged retired farmer and stockman of western Knox county, died in a Kirksville hospital Wednesday evening at 8:15. He was taken to the hospital Saturday morning.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at the Easley Funeral Home conducted by Mr. Joe Dingle, of Kirksville. The body will be interred in the Paultown Cemetery northeast of Brashear.

The son of John Henry and Christina Schrage, he was born on Apr. 3, 1864 in Quincy, Illinois. He was married to Nina Wiles on Jan. 25, 1891. Ten children were born to this marriage. One son died in infancy. Three brothers and one sister also preceded him in death.

Mrs. Schrage died June 16, 1944. Since her death he has made his home with his son Chester.

He is survived by five sons, John H., Albert and Wayne Schrage, of Powell, Wyo., Fred and Chester of Hurdland, and four daughters, Mrs. Bessie Moore and Mrs. Grace Durtsche, of Kalisville, Mont., Mrs. Christina Bowers, of Powell, Wyo. and Mrs. Edith Diekmann, of Hurdland; twenty-three grandchildren, twenty-one great grandchildren; one brother, Theodore Schrage, of Brashear four nephews and four nieces.

The body will lie in state at the Easley Funeral Home here.

Kirksville Daily Express
Kirksville, Missouri
June 3, 1948


Rites For Mrs. Chas. Schrage at Brashear This Afternoon.

Brashear, Mo., June 18, (Special)—Mrs. Charles Schrage, aged 70, died in a hospital in Kirksville Friday evening at 7:15 o'clock. She had been in failing health for the past year and more seriously the past month with a kidney disorder.

Funeral services will be held at the Easley Funeral Home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock conducted by Rev. Joseph Dingle, of Kirksville. Interment will be in Paultown cemetery.

She was the daughter of John and Sarah Littleton Wiles and was born in Loraine, Ill., Jan. 28, 1874. With her parents, she came to Missouri in the year 1890 and they settled on a farm west of Hurdland. She was married to Charles H. Schrage on Jan. 25, 1891. Ten children were born to this union, nine of whom survive, one son dying in infancy.

She is survived by her husband; five sons, John H. and Albert, of Hardin, Mont., Wayne, of Garland, Wyo., Fred and Chester, of Hurdland; four daughters, Mrs. Bessie Moore and Mrs. E.D. Durtsche, both of Kila, Mont., Christena Bowers, of Powell, Wyo., Mrs. Edith Diekman, of Hurdland; 22 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.

She had lived 5 miles north of Hurdland for the past 53 years.

The body will lie in state at the Easley Funeral Home.

Pallbearers will be: Wm. F. Scott, Roy Harbur, Oval Miller, Albert Diekmann, Elmer Bauyon, and Jesse Scott.

Kirksville Daily Express
Kirksville, Missouri
June 18, 1944

Photo donated by Larry and Susan Olson

Contributed on 12/11/19

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Submitted: 12/11/19 • Approved: 12/11/19 • Last Updated: 12/14/19 • R823863-G823862-S3

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