Mrs Austin Druckermiller Passed Away Last Wed
Amandia, daughter of Lucas and Mary Ocermyer, was born in Pulaski county, March 29, 1865 and
departed this life December 19, 1928, aged 64 years
She was married to AUstin Druckermiller, Jul 30 1880. To this union was born two children, Georgia
Ellen and Effa May, the latter preceding her in death 29 years ago.
She was converted and united with the United Brethern chhurch at the age of 19 years and has
been a faithful member ever since.
She leaves a husband; one daughter;one grandson; three brtohers Wash, Paul and Charles Overmyer;
one sister Mrs ELlen RIsley and a host of friends to moutn her departure.
She spent practically all her life in Union township and was known and loverd by all.
Funeral services were conducted at the U. B. churc Burr Oak with burial in the Burr Oak Cemetery
- 26 Dec 1928 Citizen
Amanda, daughter of Lucas and Mary Overmyer, was born in Pulaski county, March 29, 1864, and departed
this life Dec. 19. 1928, age 64 years, 9 months, 11 days.
She was united in marriage to Austin Druckermiller July 30, 1880. To this union were born two daughters
Georgia Ellen and Effie May, the latter preceding her in death 29 years ago.
She leaves her husband Austin Druckermiller, one daughter Mrs. Georgia Humbert, one grandson Paul Austin
Humbert, three brothers of near Culver, Wash., Ben and Charles; one sister, Mrs. Ellen Risley of Keystone, Ind.,
and a host of relatives and friends.
She was converted and united with the United Brethren church at the age of 18 years and has been a faithful
member ever since.
She spent practically all her life in Union township and was known and loved by all.
Funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. Erney at the U.B. church, Burr Oak, with burial in the Burr Oak
cemetery. - 4 Jan 1929 Plymouth Pilot News,
Austin Druckermiller was born near Findley, Ohio in Sandusky county Oct 26, 1855 and departed this life from his
home near Burr Oak 29 Dec. 1943 at the age of 77 years, two months and three days
On July 30, 1880 he was united in marriage to Amanda Overmire and to this union two daughterd were born, one
of whom Effie May preceded him ein death as also did his wife.
Mr. Druckmiller was reared in the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burkett when the moved to
Mashall county, Austin then a child of four years came with them and has resided in Union township ever
He leves to miss him his daugher Georgia Humbert; and grandson Paul Humbert who made their home with
him. Also surviving are finve brothers: Harvery of Rochester; Edward of Argos, Garfield of South Bend; George
of Culver; and Lewis of Burr Oak; on sister Mrs. Norman Beatty of Plymouth, a number of nieces and nephews
and a large Circle of friends who he mad made in his long lifw.
Mr. Druckermiller was converted earyl in life and for about 50 years was been a member of the United Brethern
church of Burr Oak
Sunset and evening Star,
And one clear call for me;
And may there be no moaning of the bar
when I put out to seas.
Bur such a tide as moving seems asleep,
Too full for sound or foam,
When that which drew from out the boudless deet
Thurs again home
Twilight and evenung bell,
And after the the dark;
And may there be no sadness of farwell
when I embark
Foth though from out our bourne of time and place
The flodd may bear me far.
I hope to meet my pilot face to face
When I have crossed the bar
Austin Ducermiller Family
On July 20, 1880 Amanda Overmyer maried Austiun DUckmiller
Amanda was born March 29, 1864 and died December, 19, 1928.
Austin was born October 1855 and died December 29, 1943.
In 1897 a barn, which is still standing today in 1985 was erected by having a barn raising
In Amanda and Austin's lifetime, when painting was required a group of men would come
by wagon and horses to do the painting. They and their horses were given lodging and
food, often for a week or two.
Amanda and AUstin had two daughters: Georgia Ellen born December 19 , 1881 and died
Sepetmber 1954; and Effie May born March 25, 1888 and died September 1899.
In 1905 Georgia Ellen married Curtis Alvin Humbert who was born December 5, 1874 and
died March 26, 1953. Their son Paul Austin Humbert was born November 14, 1905.
Paul was married to Ines Chapman in 1955. Ines was born Febuary 5, 1911 and still resides
on the farm in 1985. Paul died May 5, 1970. - Ines Humbert - Marshall County Historical Society,
History of Marshall County Indiana - Sesquicentennial 1836-1986, The (1986 Taylor Publishing Co.),
Barnhaet B. and John C. Overmyer, Overmyer History and Genealogy 1680 to 1905 (1905,
Fremont, Ohio, Cahs. S. Bellman Printer, reprint 1972 Light & Life Press). Light & Life Press,
Winona Lake, Indiana
AMANDA (Luke; Jacob; Philip; J. G.), sixth child, was born March 29, 1864, and on July 30, 1880,
married Austin Drukenmiller, born October 26, 1855. In 1897 they moved onto their own farm
1 1/2 miles southwest of Burr Oak, Ind. Here they still reside on a beautiful farm of 115 acres.
Georgia E., born December 19, 1881. Now a music teacher.
Effie May, born March 25, 1886. Died September 6, 1899."