“When someone died in a family many years ago, the undertaker would be called to the home. After dinner the crowd re-gathered at the Pavillion, where they were addressed by Rev. Some of those involved in Eudora’s death trade were Peter Hartig, a cabinetmaker, who also was a coffin dealer, around 1880. Schubert first had his establishment on the southwest corner of Eighth Street and Main Street.

Soon a large dark wreath would be put up on the door of the house and it would remain there until after the funeral. My dad used to tell this story about a colored friend, Al Harvey, and his experience ‘sitting up’ with a dead friend. Anton Getker, a carpenter from Hanover, Germany, was the town undertaker, and listed in 1884 directories, and Joseph Herz, a furniture maker, in the 1886 Known as “William” or “Will,” Schubert, appeared in the 1880 U. Schubert moved his furniture and undertaking business to 715 Main Street and built onto the building.

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Anderegg, (see Gertrude Sobba) 2/13/93 Anderson, Bessie Mabel (Landes) 1/11/93 Highland Cem. Barnes, Carl Duane 9/4/93 Miami Mem'l Gardens; Osawatomie, KS Barnes, E. Benham, John Vernon 11/19/93 Oakwood Cem.; Baldwin City, KS Benner, Gordon L.

3/10/93 Goodrich Cem.; Linn Co., KS Augustine, Helen Vivian (Johnson) 11/29/93 Oak Hill Cem.; Lawrence, KS Austin, Judith Annette 3/24/93 of Osawatomie, KS Bachelor, Betty L. Baugher, (see Martha Wood) 4/13/93 Baugher, Adella Almeda 1/15/93 of Ottawa, KS Baugher, Almeda (Welborn) 1/16/93 Highland Cem. Beach, Clara Adaline (Whitlow) 12/23/93 Pleasant View Cem.; Shawnee, KS Beard, Ralph E. (Ince3/26/93 Oakwood Cem.; Baldwin City, KS Beene, (see Mary Byron) 3/4/93 Bell, (see Della Collins) 6/9/93 Bell, (see Virginia Swank) 8/17/93 Beller, Leo G.

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She died while trying to cross the Kansas River to Eudora after a horse accidentally backed her buggy into the river. Today the city cemeteries are overseen by the city superintendent, city clerk, and a sexton who takes care of the grounds.

Also buried on the Luckan farm was her second husband, August Luckan from Kossenblat, Germany, who died at age 79 in 1904. Adult graves have to be at least five feet deep; children’s graves must be at least four feet deep.

“I can remember Dad going to ‘sit up’ all night with a family if the deceased one was held overnight in a home. Seems the man was presumed dead but had not been embalmed and was “laid out” on a cot. He had furniture on the south, a barber shop on the front, and undertaking in the brick addition.

During the night he raised up—looked around—and said, “Give me a drink of water, Al.” The two men near the door left in a hurry. In 1905, he moved his family to an apartment above the business.

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We are home to some of the most beautiful rhododendrons in the world. If there are any changes to the monthly meeting date, you can find them in the calendar tab to your left.

9/22/93 Overbrook Cem.; KS Baker, Beulah Mae (Mc Clure) 10/6/93 Osawatomie Cem.; KS Baker, Grace B. 9/11/93 Agricola Cem., Coffey Co., KS Beaver, Paul F.