Summaries of records in funeral registers books of A. G. Mueller, funeral director : Colwich, Kansas, 1889-1898, [and] Wichita, Kansas, 1898-1937

prepared by the Genealogical Records Committee ... of Eunice Sterling Chapter, D.A.R
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5 v.


Typescripts (some carbon copies).

Mrs. Henry A. Humphrey was chairman of the Genealogical Records Committee.

"In the summaries there have been omitted the records of deaths of unknown people and deaths of babies of unmarried parents." -- P. [i], v. 1 (also in each of other volumes)

Contents: Index of the funeral register books one, two, three of Mr. A.G. Mueller, funeral director, Colwich and Wichita, Kansas, 1889-1937 -- Funeral register book 1, 1889-1900 -- Funeral register book 2, 1900-1902 -- Funeral register book 2 (continued) 1902-1904 -- Funeral register book 3, 1904-1906.

Gives name of the deceased, residence, length of residence, age, certifying physician's name, date and place of birth, date and place of death, place of funeral, place of burial, parents' names and birthplaces, occupation, minister, bearers, and name of reference (person who paid for service or was in charge of some arrangements). Information not always complete.

Library has print and film copies of book 1. Library has books 2-3 on film only.

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