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Fred C. WALLNER (1861-1937) Obituary
Posted by: Sydney Stephens (ID *****2177) Date: June 21, 2003 at 14:39:06
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Surnames: Wallner, Pendergast, Fox, Stephens, Enos, Gwinn, Dachauer, Ohlschmidt

WALLNER---In this city, January 24, 1937, Fred C. Wallner, beloved husband of Carrie V. Wallner, loving father of Felix J. Wallner and Mrs. Joseph E. Pendergast of San Francisco, Mrs. Victor A. Fox of this city, and the late Wilfred and Hugo Wallner; grandfather of Mrs. Carl Stephens of Menlo Park, Clifton Wallner, Mrs. Joseph F. Enos, Mrs. Robert J. Gwinn, Victor F. and Wilfred Fox, all of Sacramento, Patricia A. and Joseph E. Pendergast Jr., of San Francisco, great-grandfather of Clair and Roger Stephens, Barbara and Elizabeth Wallner; brother of Mrs. Anna Dachauer and Mrs. Teresa Ohlschmidt, both of Wisconsin, a native of Bavaria, aged 75 years. Friends may call at his late residence 1301 Forty-first Street, and are respectfully invited to attend the Solemn Requiem Mass which will be celebrated for the repose of his soul Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at St. Francis' Church, Twenty-sixth and K Streets. Entombment family mausoleum, St. Joseph's Cemetery. W. F. Gormley & Sons, funeral directors. The rosary will be offered for the repose of his soul this (Tuesday) evening at 8:30 o'clock at his late residence.

The Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, 26 January 1937, page 4, column 8.

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