Eltiste-Kaiser Web Site
Hannah Mary (Kaiser) Bartholomew
Born - July 28, 1886
Johnson, Nemaha County, Nebraska
Married - June 28, 1916
Lebanon, Red Willow County, Nebraska
Died - March 31, 1970
Cambridge, Furnas County, Nebraska
Buried - Lebanon Cemetery
Red Willow County, Nebraska
Hannah Mary Kaiser Bartholomew, daughter of John and Barbara Kaiser,
was born on July 28, 1886 at Johnson, Nebraska.
At an early age, she moved, with her parents to a farm just east of Lebanon, Nebraska.
After graduation from school she taught school in the Tyrone District,
in Wilsonville and in Lebanon.
She was married to Mr. Urban B. Bartholomew at Lebanon, Nebraska on June 28, 1916.
To this union were born three sons. Dwight, Ross and John. They lived on a farm north of Lebanon until 1944 when they moved to Lebanon and served the community operating a store for 11 years, until their retirement. They moved to Cambridge, Nebraska in 1961,
where she passed away on March 31, 1970.
She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Sunday School in Lebanon until she transferred to the Methodist Church in Cambridge, where she was an active member of the church, Sunday School and Women’s Society until her lingering illness. She was a devout Christian, living and practicing her religion.
She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge of Lebanon and Cambridge.
Preceding her in death were her parents, two sisters, Louise and Mary,
her husband, Urban and her son Dwight.
She leaves to cherish her memory; two sons, Ross of Needham, Massachusetts
and John of Nogales, Arizona, two daughter-in-laws, six grandchildren, nieces, nephews,
and many friends. She was a kid mother and will be greatly missed by all.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends,
relatives and good neighbors for the many acts of kindness during
the illness and death of our mother.
We also wish to express our appreciation to the Rev. Ditterline
and to the I.O.O.F. Brethren who acted as pallbearers.
Special thanks goes to the ladies of the Rebekah Lodge for the dinner
and all the other considerations, which they extended to our families.
John and Ross Bartholomew
The Cambridge Clarion
Thursday – April 9, 1970
Husband - Urban Burdette Bartholomew
Born - May 14, 1885
Parent's Home - Lebanon, Red Willow County, Nebraska
Died - May 6, 1965
Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Furnas County, Nebraska
Buried - May 8, 1965
Lebanon Cemetery, Red Willow County, Nebraska
Urban's Father - Arthur Corwin Bartholomew
Born - May 24, 1841 - Harpersfield, Ashtabula County, Ohio
Married - November 15, 1868 - Died - August 23, 1923
Urban's Mother - Charlotte "Lottie" Margaret (Flokee) Bartholomew
Laid to Rest Saturday
Funeral services for Urban Burdette Bartholomew were held Saturday,
May 8 at 10:00 am in the Lockenour Mortuary in Cambridge
with the Rev. Robert N. Ditterline pastor of the Cambridge Methodist Church, officiating.
Mrs. Leon Ridpath was the organist,
Naomi Ommert and Burton Mosley sang “Beyond the Sunset”.
Services were also held in the Lebanon Presbyterian Church at 1:00 pm
with The Rev. Robert N. Ditterline and The Rev. Phillips Todd,
pastor of the Lebanon Presbyterian Church officiating.
Music was furnished by Rev. Ditterline and Mrs. Frances Warner at the piano.
Pallbearers were members of the I.O.O.F. Order of Cambridge and Lebanon Lodges
of which he was a member. They were R.D. Wiedeman, George Tomlin, F. H. Brown, Floyd Breinig, Percy Thomas and Willard Williams with interment in the Lebanon Cemetery.
Urban Bartholomew was born May 14, 1885 to Arthur and Charlotta Bartholomew
on his father’s homestead near Lebanon.
He resided there and worked as a farmer until 1936 when he moved into town
and operated a variety store. The family lived there until 1961 when he and his wife
moved to Cambridge, where he passed away on May 6, 1965 at the Cambridge Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness at the age of 79 years, 11 months and 22 days.
He was married to Hannah Kaiser, June 28, 1916.
To this union were born three children, Dwight, Robert and John.
He lived most of his life in the Lebanon community and served
the community by operating a store for eleven years.
He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Sunday School
until he transferred to the Methodist Church in Cambridge.
He was a devout Christian, living and practicing his religion.
He was a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge in Lebanon and in Cambridge.
Preceding him in death was a son, Dwight.
Those left to mourn his passing are his wife, Hannah;
and two sons, Robert of Needham, Massachusetts and John of Union, Oregon;
two daughter-in-laws, six grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and many, many friends.
He was a kind husband and father and will be greatly missed by all.
The Cambridge Clarion
Thursday – May 13, 1965
Son - Dwight Edwin Bartholomew
Born - February 26, 1921 ۩ Died - February 26, 1921
Buried - Lebanon Cemetery, Red Willow County, Nebraska
Son - Robert Ross Bartholomew
Born - December 10, 1922
Son - John Alvin Bartholomew
Born - June 25, 1926
Sister - Louisa Kathryn (Kaiser) Bodwell
Born - June 7, 1876
Father - John Henry Kaiser
Mother - Barbara Anna (Hildenbrand )Kaiser
Home Eltiste Kaiser Fink Rohrs
Eltiste Photos Kaiser Photos Rohr Photos Fink Photos
Last Up-Date 05/08/2012 12:36:03 AM