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Emil Arniel (Ano) Leader  



 Emil A Leader Dies In Hospital  
    Emil A Leader, 83, of 152 Leader St., died early Friday morning April 14 Parkview Hospital, where he had been a patient for several days. Mr. Leader, a retired Chcago policeman, was born March 20 1878, at Medaryville, Indiana. He had resided in Culver since his retirement from the police forice in Chicago and was a member of the Culver Masonic Lodge. Surviving relatives include a sister, Mrs. Lydia Tiedt, Syracuse, and several nieces and nephews. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Easterday Funeral Home in Culver with Rev. V. L. Palmer, pastor of the Emmanual Evangelical Unitid Brethern Church, officiating. Burial was made at the Culver Masonic Cemetery. - 19 Apr. 1961 Culver Citizen


Emil Arniel (Ano) Leader Birth 20 Mar 1878 Medaryville, Indiana, Death Date: 1961 buired Culver Masonic Cemetery Culver, Marshall County, Indiana son of William L. Lüeder and Sophia Wilks
Officer No. 666 of the Chicago, Illinois Police Department.


Emil and Emma


World War Draft Regestration
married 1st 08 Apr 1900 Kendallville, Noble County, Indiana Name: Emma Reamer Birth Date: 1873 Death Date: 1932 Cemetery: Lake View Cemetery Kendallville, Noble County, Indiana daughter of Frederick W. Reamer and Caroline Gebhardt
    Mrs Emil Leader Dies After Prolonged Illness
      After an illness of ten years Mrs. Emil A Leader passed away Thursday, September 15, at her home here at the age of 59 years. She was born in New York state and was united in marriage at Kendallville, Ind. to which place she was returned for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Leader moved to Culver a decade ago from Chicago where Mr. Leadery was on the police Short funeral services were held saturday in the Easterday chapel, Rev. J. H. Rilling officiating and the body was taken to Kendallville where Rev. W I Willmert conducted the funeral services on Monday The complete obituary is published on another page of this issue -12 Sep 1932


    Mrs. Emil A Leader
      Mrs. Emma Christena Leader nee Reamer, was born September 2, 1873 at Lverenceburg, New York. Died September 12, 1932 at Culver Indiana age 59 years and 12 days. She was united in marriage to Emil A. Leader April 8 1900 at Kendallville Indiana. There were no children to her marriage. Surviving are her husband Emil A Leader of Culver, Indiana; two brothers John Reamer of Kendalville, Indiana and Charles Reamer of Chicago, Ill; and one sister Lucinda Havarter of Helmer, Indiana. She has been preceeded by her father, mother, sister and three brothers. She was a truly religious woman and spent a great deal of her leisure time reading the bible anchoring her faith in the 14th chapter of St. John's gospel and the 23rd Psalm. Her favorite songs were all of a religous nature: "Beautiful Isles of Somewhere", "Saved By Grace", "in The Garden" and the Old Rugged Cross" During her stay in Culver she was never able to join any church or take any active part in it on account of her health, which has been failing for the last 10 years - 21 Sep 1922 Citizen


he married 2nd Mathilda Bertha 'Tillie' Zendor (Zandor) Birth: 8 Jun 1888 Chicago, Cook, Illinois Death: 8 Dec 1944 Chicago, Cook, Illinois Burial: 11 Dec 1944 Cedar Park Cemetery Chicago, Cook, Illinois married 1st Phillip "Fay" Fetzner (1887–1930) daughter of Albert Zendor (Zandor) and Bertha Harmke 1844 - May 24 - Emil A and TIllie Leader to State Exchange Fianance Corp., lot 12 and lots 15 to 19 inclusive in Leader's addition, Culver; Lots 4, 5, 6, tracts i n lot 2, Leaders;s addition, Culver; lots 10 and 11 Leaders Addition, Culver

Died in Chicago -
    Mrs. Emil Leader died Dec. 8 at the home of her sister and funeral services were held Dec. 11 in Chatham Fields Evangelical Lutheran Church. Interment was in the Cedar Park Cemetery. She was 56 years of age. Besides the widower, who lives in Culver, two sisters Mrs. Anna Schmid and Mrs. Emily Morgan Survie.


Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 Name: Mathilda Leader[Mathilda Zendor] Birth Date: 8 Jun 1888 Birth Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Death Date: 8 Dec 1944 Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Burial Date: 11 Dec 1944 Burial Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Cemetery Name: Cedar Park Death Age: 56 Race: White Marital Status: M Gender: Female Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Father Name: Albert Zendor Father Birth Place: , , Germany Mother Name: Bertha Harmke Mother Birth Place: , , Germany FHL Film Number: 1983255

Note Bertha (Harmke) Zendor was a sister to Lousi Fred Harrmke Frederick J. Leader Succumbs to Long Illness
    Frederick John Leader, age 73, died Saturday evening in a Logansport hospital, after an illness of ten years. He was born at Medaryville, Indiana on September 18, 1876. When fourteen years of age he moved with life parents to Vicksburg, Michigan. He lived in Kendallville. Ind., and Chicago before coming to Culver in 1917 to reside. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Lydia Tiedt, Culver, Mrs. Minnie Fields, Elkhart, Ind., and Mrs. Mary English, Chicago; two rothers, William Leader , Hammond Ind.. and Emil Leader, Culver. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the Easterday Funeral Home with Rev. G. I. Roederer officiating. Burial was at the Culver cemetery. - APRIL 12, 1950 Citizen


William Leader, 91 Died Tuesday
    William Leader, aged 91 years passed way Tuesday evening at the J. A. Tiedt home of complications. He was the father of Mrs. J. A. Tiedt and Emil A Leader, and had made his home with his children for several years. Funeral services will be held Friday at the Culver Evangelical church at 11:00 a.m. The obitauary will be published next week This is the third death in four months in the Emil Leader family, a sister and wife having passed on during that time - 1 Mar 1933 Citizen


Re. William Ludwig Leader son of Theodre and Mary Leader was born August 18th 1842 at Taterow Mecklenburg, Ger,amu ans passed away February 28, 1933, at the home of his daughre, Mrs. H. A. Tiedt, Culver, Indiana. Reaching the ripe age of 90 years, 6 months and 10 days. He came to America whe a young man and located at Kendallville, Ind., where he soon became a citizen of the Inited States. In the year 1863 he was united in marriage with Miss Sophia WIlks of Kendallville. This union was blessed with nine children, five daughters and four sons. His wife and two daughters and one son preceded him in death. Through the ministry of Rev. Miker Krueger, Brother Leader was converted and united with the Evangelical church which he well served as Sunday School Superintendent and Class Leader and also as a minister of the gospel. He was a fine student and soon acquired a comprehnsive knowledge of the bible - plus a natural ability as a speaker made him a strong preacher and a successful evanelist. He was a soul winner and loved to conduct revival meetings. After he located he would assist ministers in their ecvangelistic meetings. At the INdianapolis confernec in 1869 Brother Leader received his license to preach. His first field of labor consisted of twenty-two appointments with Rev. George Shamo as assistant. Services were conducted on Sunday and during the week in private homes, school houses, and few chruches. He traveled by horseback over rough roads, narrow trails through thick forest, and fording bridgeless Streams. He too could say: None of these thngs move me" - St Paul. Rec Leader served the following fields: Twin Lakes Circuit, Medaryville, San Pierre and Wanatah. Many united with the church thorugh his earnest and scrificial service. Poor health was the cause of his early retirement. Those ho mourn his departure are the following: Three daughters, three sons, ten grandchildren, andmany relatives and friends. Rev. Leader was buried in Culver Cemetery. Rev. Johnston, P.E.,. preached the sermon and Rev. Losier of Rochester and Rev. Wilmert of VanWert, O. assisting with Rev. J. H. RIlling. - Mar 8 1933






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