1846 - 1921 (75 years)
||August Mann |
||20 Jul 1846
||Shoe Merchant |
||22 Nov 1921
||Sencea County, Ohio
||29 May 2004 |
||Martin Mann, b. 17 Apr 1806, Sonderkahl, Bavaria, Germany , d. 15 Feb 1899, Seneca County, Tiffin, Ohio (Age 92 years) |
||Katharine Scherer, b. 14 Mar 1813, Kleinkahl, Barvaria, Germany , d. 2 Feb 1881, Seneca County, Tiffin, Ohio (Age 67 years) |
||Shultz & Mann Family Tombstone|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Mary Magdalena Hepp, b. 1 Nov 1842, New Riegel, Ohio , d. 21 Sep 1916 (Age 73 years) |
||New Riegel, Ohio
| ||1. Mary E. Mann, d. 1937|
| ||2. Charles Mann, b. 2 Nov 1874, Tiffin, Seneca County Ohio , d. 17 May 1922, Tiffin, Seneca County Ohio (Age 47 years)|
| ||3. Rose Mann, b. 1882|
| ||4. Joseph Mann|
| ||5. William Mann|
| ||6. Frances Mann, b. 1887|
| ||7. Emma Mann, d. 1912|
||August and Mary (Hoepf) Mann Family.jpg|
August and Mary with children: Mary, Rose, Frances, Emma, Charles, Bill, and Joe. Mary is the daughter of Henry Hoepf. Mary is the daughter of Henry
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
Thursday, December 1, 1921
August Mann was born in Bavaria, Germany, July 20, 1846, and when he was 13 years of age, his parents came to America, first locating at Cleveland, Ohio. Here they lived four years, then moved to a farm near Tiffin.
August 29, 1867, he was united in marriage to Mary Magdalena Hepp. To this union were born nine children; twin boys died in infancy; John in 1888, and Emma, several years after her marriage to Thomas Noon.
Surviving to mourn his departure are: Mrs. Mary Crandall, husband and family, Marine City, Michigan; Charles, his wife and family, and Joseph and wife, rural 2, Attica; Mrs. Rose Ault, husband and family, New Washington; William, wife and family, Mansfield; Mrs. Frances Welsch, husband and family, Bellevue; Linus Bishop, a foster son---son of Mrs. Mann,deceased sister, and husband---who had been with them from early babyhood, Mansfield; also an aged sister in Cleveland, and many minor relatives, joined by a host of friends. Mrs. Mann preceded her h usband to eternity, more than five years. Mr. and Mrs. Mann came from Tiffin to Attica in 1882, he for a number of years working at his trade, shoemaking, for Frederick Uhle, and later for R. Keller.
In 1905 he purchased the stock of footwear from G. H. Hamilton, in which business he was engaged when overtaken by the death messenger, Tuesday, November 22, 1921. July 20, 1921, he celebrated his 75th natal anniversary, surrounded by his children and grandchildren.
August Mann endeared himself to all who knew him, and through honesty and integrity in business, won the high esteem of everybody. He always loosened his purse strings to every good cause. He was faithful to his Master and religious faith.
His death came as a shock to the whole community, and in his passing Attica and his church have suffered a great loss. His funeral was held Friday, November 25 from St. Peter and St. Paul Catholic church, Rev. Father Linz officiating, assisted by Revs. Fathers Kuenert of New Washington, and Munich of Reed.
Amidst Autumnal sunbeams his mortal remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the church cemetery in the presence of a large concourse of neighbors and friends. From a distance at the funeral were: Children, Mrs. Mary Crandall, husband and son, Mar ine City, Mich: Mr. Charles Mann and wife, Mr. Joseph Mann and wife, Mrs. Rose Ault, husband and children, New Washington; Mr. and Mrs. William Mann, Mansfield; Mrs. Frances Welsch, husband and children, Bellevue; Linus Mann, foster son, Mansfield; Thomas N oon, son-in-law, and children, Carey. Three nephews, George, Carl, and Lewis Shiedermeirer, Cleveland; from Tiffin, Joseph Motry and sons, Otto and Samuel and daughter. Gene, Frank and Jacob Hepp, Mr. Ritz, Mrs. Irvin King, Austin Houck, Joseph Immele, Henry Shultz, Leo Hummer, Mrs. Daniel and son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daniel and baby son, Miss Loretta Mang: Miss Celia Ault, North Auburn; Peter Foos, Bellevue; Anna Simonas, Carey; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Falter and Henry Foos, New Washington.
The family here extend sincere thanks to all who ministered to him and to the business men for closing during the funeral hour and for their beautiful floral tribute.