Tombstone Tuesday: Ferdinand Hager

by Laurel | March 6th, 2012

03 March 1928

Hager Tombstone, Forestdale Cemetery

Hager Tombstone, Forestdale Cemetery

Random Forestdale Tombstone – Ferdinand Hager

Ferdinand Hager, 83, died today at his home, 537 South Canal Street. Besides his widow, he leaves five sons, Otto W., Henry, Alfred E., Ludwig and Walter. He was born in German but had lived in this country the past 42 years. He was a member of the Sons of Herman and the German Reformed Church. The funeral ill be held at Alger’s funeral parlors Tuesday, with burial in Forestdale.

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