Hans Goettsch, Obituary, 1902.
At his home, 1008 West Ninth Street, at 9 o'clock this morning after a brief illness due to the natural decadence of old age, occurred the death of Hans Goettsch, father of Patrol Driver, Henry Goettsch, in the 77th year and 27th day of his age. The deceased was born in Probstei, Germany and came here in 1861, with his wife and family. A year ago last spring the deceased celebrated his golden wedding. His wife passed away Sept. 22 of this year. Seven sons survive, viz: Henry, the patrol driver, Jochim, Julius, William, Ernst, John and Herman Goettsch, all of this city. The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the late residence with interment at Fairmount Cemetery.
The Davenport Democrat, 10 Nov 1902.
Anna Goetsch, Obituary, 1902.
The death of Mrs. Anna Goetsch occurred at 8:30 o'clock this morning at her home, 1008 West Ninth Street, Davenport. Death was a result of a stroke of paralysis, which she sustained two days ago. Mrs. Goetsch was an old resident of Davenport, having lived in the city since 1862. She was born in Probstei, Germany, Dec. 6, 1829, and married Hans Goetsch in 1851. They resided in Germany 11 years after their marriage and there the two oldest sons were born. They removed to America in 1862, coming directly to Davenport, where they have resided ever since. Mr. and Mrs. Goetsch celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last year. Besides her husband she is survived by seven sons, Henry, Jochim N. Julius J., William, Ernst, John and Herman, and also two sisters, one residing at Sabula and the other Mrs. Edith Malchau of Chicago. There are also a number of grandchildren surviving her. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon from the residence at 2 o'clock with interment at Fairmount Cemetery.
The Daily Times, 22 Sept. 1902, pg. 9.
Anna Goettsch, Obituary, 1902.
The death of Mrs. Hans Goettsch, one of the old residents of this city, occurred this morning at the family home, 1008 West Ninth Street. It was the sort of death that most people think they would like to have some to them, when come it must. The lady was found dead. She was sitting in her chair in a grape arbor at her home. There was nothing to indicate that there had been any struggle at the last moment. The end had been a peaceful, and apparently as painless, as any other sleep that might have overcome her. Mrs. Goettsch was born 73 years ago in Germany. Some 45 years ago she came to this city with her husband and has lived here ever since. She is survived by her husband and seven sons. She leaves a good name behind her and in her swift departure, she is mourned by many people. The arrangements for the funeral have not been made.
Davenport Democrat and Leader, 22 Sept. 1902, pg. 6.
Anna Goetsch, Funeral, 1902
The funeral of the late Mrs. Anna Goetsch, wife of Hans Goetsch, was held from her residence, 1008 West Ninth Street, at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. John Kroeger pronounced the eulogy at the house and at the grave. The six sons of the deceased lady acted as the pall bearers. Interment was made at Fairmount.
Davenport Democrat and Leader, 25 Sept. 1902, pg. 7.
Henry Goetsch, Obituary, 1932.
Henry A. Goetsch passed away at his home, 2410 Florida Street, Saturday, February sixth. He had been ill for five days with pneumonia. for the past 17 years he has been a resident of Huntington Beach, and was esteemed by everyone who knew him. Mr. Goetsch was born in Davenport, Iowa, September 6, 1856, and he was married to Miss Cecelia M. Meinert on May 2, 1875; to this union nine children were born, five of whom are living. In 1914, he moved with his family to California and in 1925, they celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cecelia Goetsch, three daughters, Mrs. S. E. Cole and Selma C. Rice, both of Pasadena, Mrs. John Diedrichsen, Norfolk, Nebraska, and two sons, Henry C. of Costa Mesa and John, of Huntington Beach. He also has four brothers who reside in Iowa. Funeral services were held from Dixon Funeral Parlor, Huntington Beach, Tuesday, at 2:30, Rev. John Engle officiating. Interment was at Sunnyside Mausoleum.
Huntington Beach News, Thursday, February 11, 1932.
Cecilia Meinert-Goetsch, Obituary, 1937.
Funeral Rights Conducted for Pioneer Woman. Mrs. Cecelia Goetsch, 83, of 2402 Florida Avenue passed away February 11th. Funeral services were conducted from the Dixon Chapel Saturday afternoon. Interment was in Westminster Memorial Park. Mrs. Goetsch was born in Davenport, IA, in 1853 . She had been a resident of Huntington Beach for the past twenty-three years. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Cole and a son, Henry C. Goetsch, both of Huntington Beach; Mrs. Selma Swain, a daughter of South Pasadena, and a daughter in Nebraska. She also leaves a brother and a sister in Davenport, Iowa.
Huntington Beach News, Thursday, February 18, 1937.
Jochim Goetsch, Obituary, 1909.
Jochim N. Goetsch died at 6:30 o'clock last evening at Mercy hospital, where he had been confined by illness for ten days. He was born in Germany January 14, 1859 and was 50 years, 8 months and 28 days old. He came to America, directly to Davenport, with his parents when he was 4 years old, and lived here ever since. Recently he had been employed as a bartender for Carl Ziebarth and Paul Berndt. Besides his wife, Amelia Goetsch, nee Schnoor, he leaves three daughters, Clara and Doris at home, and Mrs. Alma Martens of Chicago, two sons, Willie and Rudolph, and six brothers, William, Ernst, Henry, Herman, Hans and Julius, all of Davenport. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence, 932 Warren Street, with interment in Fairmount cemetery. .
Card of Thanks
We, the undersigned, wish to extend our sincere thanks to the many kind friends and neighbors, who so kindly assisted us during the late bereavement and death of my husband and our father, Jochim Goetsch, and also for the many beautiful floral tributes. We also wish to thank Johannis Kroeger for the kind words spoken at the home and grave. Signed, Mrs. Emilia Goetsch and Family.
Emilie Schnoor-Goetsch, Obituary, 1919.
Funeral services for Mrs. Amelia Goetsch were held Tuesday afternoon from the home, 834 Charlotte Ave, at 2:30 o'clock. Johannes Kroeger officiated at the home and grave in Fairmount. Those who acted as pall bearers were William, Ernest and Julius Goetsch, Albert Fahrner, Charles Pitcher and Grover Soakop.
Davenport Democrat, 9 July 1919.
Wilhelm Goetsch, Obituary, 1938.
William Goetsch, a well known life resident of Davenport, died at his home, 228 West sixth Street, Davenport, at 2:30 a.m. today following a three weeks illness. Mr. Goetsch was born in Davenport on Feb. 16, 1865, and received his education in the city schools. He was married to Mary Hamann in Davenport on Sept. 16, 1890. A cigar manufacturer for many years, he had retired recently. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Goetsch, two sons, Albert E. Goetsch, Davenport, and Waldo Goetsch, of Sanford, Fla., and four brothers and six grandchildren. the body was removed to the Runge mortuary where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday with burial in Fairmount cemetery.
Davenport Democrat, 15 Aug 1938, pg. 4.
Mary Hamann Goetsch, Obituary, 1954.
Funeral services for Mrs. William Goetsch, 87, who died at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the home of a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Goetsch, 429 W. 29th St., Davenport, will be held at 2 p.m. (DST) Wednesday in the Runge Chapel. Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery. She had been ill two years. Mrs. Goetsch was born Jan. 14, 1867, in Germany and was married to Mr. Goetsch Sept., 16, 1890, in Davenport. He died in 1938. Survivors include two sons, Waldo W., adjutant, Rock Island Arsenal, and Albert E., Davenport; a sister, Mrs. Gustav Hockenhauser, Davenport, six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. A son and a daughter preceded her in death.
Davenport Democrat, 6 June 1954.
Hermann Goetsch, Obituary, 1953.
Herman Goetsch, 82, died at 4:35 p.m. Thursday in the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schroeder, 1442 West Fourth Street, Davenport. Mr. Goetsch was ill for one month. Born in Davenport Feb. 4, 1871, he was a son of the late Hans and Anna Goetsch. He attended schools in Davenport and married Anna Davenport, April 24, 1895 in St. Mary's rectory, Davenport. She preceeded him in death Oct. 12, 1950. Mr. Goetsch was a cigar maker by trade and was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church, Davenport. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ray Schroeder, Davenport, a son, Lester, Davenport, eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and a brother, Ernest of Davenport. Two sons, John and Edward, and four brothers preceded him in death. Services are planned for 10 am, Friday in the Runge Chapel, and at 10:30 in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. in the chapel, and burial will be in Holy Family Cemetery.
Morning Davenport Democrat, Wednesday, 3 June 1953.
Anna Malone Davenport Goetsch, Obituary, 13 Oct 1950
Mrs. Herman Goetsch, 76, 1443 West Fourth Street, a life resident of Davenport, died in her home at 7:35 p.m. Thursday following a lingering illness. The former Anna Malone was born here Jan. 10, 1874, attended schools here, and was married to Herman Goetsch in St. Mary's church, Davenport, in April, 1894. She was a member of St. Mary's church, the Altar and Rosary Society, and the Royal Neighbors of America. Surviving are her husband; a son, Lester, Davenport; a daughter, Mrs. Ray Schroeder, Davenport; a sister, Mrs. H.T. Koehnke, Davenport; eight grandchildren, and a great-grandson. Two sons preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held in the Runge chapel at 8:30 a.m. Monday and in St. Mary's church at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Holy Family cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Runge mortuary.
Davenport Democrat and Leader, Friday, 13 Oct 1950, p.15.
Anna Malone Davenport Goetsch, Funeral Notice
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Goetsch were held at 8:30 a.m. Monday in the Runge Chapel and at 9:00 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. The Rev. Edward J. Leahy celebrated the mass, pronounced the burial absolution and officiated at the committal in the Holy Family Cemetery. The Rev. Leo Kerrigan preached the sermon. Bearers were Paul, John and David Goetsch, Jack and Walter Lange and Eugene O'Conner.
Davenport Democrat, 16 Oct 1950, p. 11.
Julius Goetsch, Obituary, 1940
Julius Goetsch, 79, a retired cigar salesman, died at 8 a.m. Monday in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Stutz, 1516 West Fourth Street, after a two year illness. Born March 14, 1861, in Davenport, he was educated in local schools and was married here to Mary Bauer. She died in 1894. He was a member of F.O.E. No. 235. A son also preceded him in death. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. John Stutz, Davenport, and Miss Anna Marie Goetsch, Chicago; Two brothers, Ernest and Herman, both of Davenport, and two grand-daughters, Betty Stutz and Mrs. Helen Gosman, Davenport. The body was taken to the Runge mortuary, where funeral services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Fairmount cemetery.
Davenport Democrat, 18 Nov 1940
John (Johannes) Goetsch, Obituary, 1938
John Goetsch, 67 died at 12:35 a.m. Thursday in his home, 933 1/2 West Third street, after an illness of three months duration. He was born in Davenport Feb. 4, 1871, was educated here and was married in this city June 9, 1892 to Agnes Preuss. In 1904 the couple moved to a farm near Walnut, I:L, and lived there until 1929 when they returned to Davenport. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. Survivors include his wife and one son, Arthur J., and three grandchildren, and three brothers, Julius, Ernest and Herman Goetsch, all of Davenport. One brother, William, died two months ago, and two others, Henry nad James, preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Runge chapel. Burial will be in Fairmount cemetery.
Davenport Democrat, 3 Nov. 1938.
Agnes Preuss, Obituary, 1963
Mrs. John Goetsch, 88, formerly of 933 1/2 W. 3d St., Davenport, died Friday in Noles Nursing Home, Davenport. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. today in Runge Chapel, with burial in Fairmount cemetery. Agnes Preuss was born in Germany. She married Mr. Goetsch in 1892 in Davenport. He died in 1938. She leaves a son, Arthur J., Davenport; three grandchildren: 12 great -grandchildren; two sisters in Germany, and a nephew in Atlantic, IA.
Davenport Democrat, 4 May 1963, p.15.
Mrs. J. Goetsch Dies at Age 88, 1963
Mrs. John Goetsch, 88 formerly of 9331/2 W. 3rd St., Davenport, died early today in the Noles Nursing Home, Davenport, following an extended illness. Born in Germany, the former Agnes Preuss was married to Mr. Goetsch in 1892 in Davenport. He preceded her in death in 1938. Mrs. Goetsch was a member of the Purple Heart Auxiliary, and the Veterans of World War I Auxiliary. Survivors include a son, Arthur J., of Davenport; three grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; two sisters in Germany, and a nephew in Atlantic. Funeral services will be held at 11:30 am Saturday in the Runge Chapel. Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery.
Henry Goetsch, Jr., Obituary, 1972
Henry C. Goetsch, age 81 of 612 Tenth Street died at home February 23. A native of IA, he had lived in Huntington Beach for 49 years. He is survived by children Anna Merritt, sons Elmer and James Donald, all of Huntington Beach, sister Selma Swain of Alhambra, 12 grandchildren nad 3 great grandchildren. Graveside services were held Saturday, Frbruary 26 at Good Shepherd Cemetery, Smiths' Mortuary directors.
Huntington Beach News, Thursday, March 2, 1972.
Last Rights Held for Rose (Carroll) Goetsch, 1967
Rose Marie Goetsch, 80, of 612 10th Street., passed away Sunday, June 11 at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. A native of NE, she had resided here for many years. Survived by widower Henry C., daughter Ann Merritt of Huntington Beach, sons Don and Elmer Geotsch both of Huntington Beach, brothers Gerald CArroll of Long each, Vincent Carroll of NE, sister Jennie Nies of SD, and 11 grandchildren. Rosary was recited 8pm Monday, June 12 at Smith’ Chapel. Mass 9am Tuesday at SS Simon & Jude Catholic Church.
Huntington Beach News
Audrey Mae Gilmore-Goetsch, Obituary, 1999
Audrey Mae Gilmore-Goetsch, 66, of Templeton died Thursday, March 25, 1999. Private services are planned. Mrs. Goetsch was born May 9, 1932, in Arizona. She moved to Templeton eight years ago. She enjoyed traveling and raising her family and grandchildren. Mrs. Goetsch is survived by five daughters, Cheryl Phillips, Heidi Guio, Christine Goetsch and Sue Cone, all of Templeton, and Gail Goetsch of Coral Gables, FL; five sons, Jerry Goetsch of Mission Viejo, Dave Goetsch of Huntington Beach, Chad Goetsch of Los Feliz, Todd Goetsch of Hanford, and J.D. Goetsch of Huntington Beach; The children's father, Elmer E. Goetsch of Templeton; and 18 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements are by Kuehl-Nicolay Funeral Chapel in Paso Robles, CA.
San Luis Obispo Telegram-Tribune, 31 March 1999.