Obituaries for
Daniel & Magdalena Goeglein Descendants
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Philip Thress

William Thress
James Dedrick Thress

Gertrude M. Thress Ulrich

Daisy Anderson Thress

Theresa Thress West


Philip Thress

Philip, son of Philip Thress and his wife Margaret, nee Fick, was born at Pomeroy, Ohio, December 15, 1866.  Baptized in infancy, he was, at the proper age confirmed in the Lutheran Church of his native town.  On February 5, 1891 he was united in marriage with Miss Ella Douglas of Newcomb, Tenn.  To this union two sons and three daughters were born.  In 1902 he came to Columbus.  Uniting with St. Peter's Church in 1928, he remained a faithful member until his death which occurred Wednesday, May 26, 1937.  For two and one half years he was confined to his bed.  Regularly during this time he received the ministrations of the Word and partook of the Lord's Supper.  He attained the age of 70 years 5 months and 11 days.  The funeral was held May 28.  He leaves to mourn his wife, five children, one brother, three sisters, and eight grand-children.  May the God of grace be their support.


William Thress

William P. Thress, 51, of 3173 E. 13th Ave., died Sunday in Mt. Carmel Hospital.  He was a supervisor at the Ohio State University laundry.

Surviving are his wife, Nevada; one son, William, Jr.; three step-sons, Harley, LeRoy, and WIlliam Huston; one step-daughter, Mrs. Helen Hilton; brother Dexter; three sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Ulrich, Mrs. Margaret Nolan and Mrs. Theresa West; two grandchildren, and nine step-children.

Mr. Thress was a member of Neoscacia Lodge, Masons; Corintian Chapter, Eastern Star and East Side Civic Association.

Friends may call at Fail funeral home, where service will be at 2 p.m., Wednesday.  Burial will be in Union Cemetery.

Loving memories never die, As years roll on and days pass by.

In my heart a memory is kept, Of one I loved and will never forget.


 James D. Thress

1892 - 1966

Mr. James Dedrick Thress, 73, of Route 4, Salem, (Hanging Rock Section) passed away Tuesday in a local hospital.  He was a retired foreman for the N&W, a member of York Masonic Lodge #563, Columbus, Ohio, and Kazim TempleShrine, ROanoke.  Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Beeton Acord Thress, Rt. 4, Salem; one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Matheny, Roanoke; three sisters, Mrs. R.J.Nolan, Mrs. H.H. West and Mrs. C.L. Ulrich, all of Columbus, Ohio; two grandchildren and one great grandson.  Funeral services will be conducted from Oakey's Chapel Friday at 10:00a.m. by the Rev. William Milholland, Internment will be in Cedar Lawn Cemetery with grave services by Lakeland Lodge #190, A.F. & A.M. Friends may call at Oakey's.


Gertrude M. Ulrich

Gertrude M. Ulrich, age 81, Whetstone Convalescent Center.  Formerly of 575 Milford Ave., Monday, October 31, 1983, Riverside Methodist Hospital.  Retired clerk N&W Railroad after 50 years service.  Widow of Charles L. Ulrich, Preceded in death by parents, Philip and Ella Thress; 2 brothers; 2 sisters.  Survived by step-sons, Clarence Ulrich, Canal; Winchester, Charles Ulrich, Columbus; 7 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren.  Member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Brotherhood of Railways Clerks.  Funeral service 10 a.m. Thursday RUTHERFORD CHAPEL, 2383 N. High St. Rev. J. Vernon Deehan officiating.  internment Union Cemetery.  Family will receive friends at the funeral home 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday.

Daisy Anderson Thress

1892 - 1962


September 22, 1892

Passed Away 

January 5. 1962


Christ Lutheran Church


Cedar Lawn Cemetery


Theresa Thress West

Mrs. Theresa West, age 74, 4111 Walford, Wednesday, University Hospital.  Widow of Harry H. West Sr.  Survived by sons, Harry H. Jr., Jack R.; 5 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Ulrich, Columbus, Mrs. Margaret Nolan, Columbus.  Funeral service Saturday 11 a.m. SCHOEDINGER LINDEN CHAPEL, 2741 Cleveland Ave., where friends may call.  Thursday 7-9 p.m., Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Rev. Clarence A. Kopp officiating.  internment, Maple Grove Cemetery, New Albany, Ohio.

Passed Away:   Sept. 30, 1970


Obituaries provided by Tom West.

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