EMMA (FULSCHER) LAMMERS
Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, October 15, 1936
HOLD SERVICES FOR MRS. GEO. LAMMERS
Deceased Had Been Resident Of Amherst Community For Half Century
Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon at the family home of Mrs. George Lammers of Amherst, who died Monday evening at the Holyoke hospital after a two-week illness. Mrs. Lammers was a patient at the local hospital for ten days, and during that time three operations were performed in an effort to relieve her condition.
Emma Fulscher was born on November 24, 1877 at Marne, Holstein, Germany, and she came to the United States with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Fulscher, at the age of three years. The family resided at Wright City, Missouri for a few years before coming to Colorado and settling in the Amherst community in 1886. She was united in marriage on October 16, 1901 to George Lammers at Amherst, and they have since had their home in that community. Four children, all of whom survive, were born to them. These are Mrs. Adele Derby, Wilma Lammers, Arthur Lammers, and Mrs. Reva Cummings, and all reside in the Amherst territory. Mr. Lammers also survives, as do four grandchildren, a brother, Otto Fulscher, and a sister, Mrs. Bertha Redies of Holyoke, and many other relatives including the following brothers and sisters who live elsewhere: Herman Fulscher of San Francisco, California, Adolph Fulscher of Glendale, California, Mrs. Anna Steers of Walnut Park, California, Charles Fulscher of Big Springs, Nebraska and Mrs. Louisa Ketling of Jennings, Missouri. Mrs. Lammers was a member of the Congregational church.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jurgens of Savanna, Illinois, Mrs. And Mrs. Bert Lammers of Loveland, Mr. and Mrs. John Jurgens, Cecil Jurgens and Miss Hilma Jurgens of Minden, Nebraska, and Charles Fulscher of Big Springs, Nebraska are relatives who came to attend the funeral.
Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, June 20, 1957
RITES HELD FOR GEORGE LAMMERS
Last rites for George Lammers, 80, pioneer resident of Sedgwick County, were held Monday, June 10, at the Methodist church in Julesburg, with Rev. Frank Bradley in charge. Interment was in the Amherst cemetery.
Mr. Lammers, father of Mrs. George Cumming and Mrs. Lyle Derby of Amherst, and brother of Mrs. Otto Fulscher of Holyoke, passed away on the evening of June 7 at his home in Julesburg following a sudden heart attack. He had not appeared to be ill previously.
Mr. Lammers improved the farm which is now known as the George Cumming ranch north of Amherst. He resided there for a number of years. Born on March 28, 1877 at Eckley, Iowa, Mr. Lammers spent his childhood in that state and later homesteaded in Sedgwick County, where he resided the remainder of his life. He was a well-known rancher and cattleman for many years prior to his retirement. Mr. Lammers was a member of the Methodist church.
He was united in marriage to Emma Fulscher in 1901. Surviving children of this marriage are Mrs. Cumming, Mrs. Derby, Mrs. Eric Braune, Helena, Montana and Arthur Lammers, Meeker, Colorado. On March 14, 1951 Mr. Lammers was married to Lisette Anderson and they established their home in Julesburg. Mrs. Lammers survives.
Mr. Lammers also leaves another sister, Mrs. Lena Jurgens; seven grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.
Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, December 30, 1937
SERVICES HELD FOR HERMAN LAMMERS
Amherst Man Had Been Invalid For Nearly Half Century
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Lutheran church for Herman Lammers, one of the earliest settlers in this vicinity, who died Friday, December 24, at the home of his brother John, near Ovid, Colorado. Interment was made in the Amherst cemetery.
About three months ago he fell from his wheel chair injuring his shoulder and was confined to his bed until a short time ago, when he decided to spend a few weeks with his sister, Mrs. Otto Fulscher, in Holyoke. Only a few days before his death, he went to Ovid to spend a few days with his brother. In early boyhood he had been injured which left him an invalid, forty-seven years of his life being spent in a wheel chair. Being in this condition, he had suffered for many years with indigestion and other complications of diseases which were the cause of his death.
Herman Lammers was born August 25, 1875 at Eckley, Iowa and was the son of Sientje and Hilke Lammers.
When he was three years old he came with his parents to Sterling, Nebraska where they lived for seven years, then he accompanied his parents to Gothenburg, Nebraska. In 1899 he came with his parents to Phillips County, Colorado settling on a farm near Amherst.
Many times he related interesting stories of some of the hardships the early settler had to battle in those days. One of those was of how they had to drive for miles in search of drinking water. In 1906 he returned to Sterling, Nebraska with his parents, remaining there until 1914 when they came back to Colorado, making their home in Amherst where he spent the remainder of his life.
His mother preceded him in death in 1924 and his father in 1935, and since the death of his father his one and only wish was that the Lord might have mercy on him to let him join his parents in eternity. He spent his leisure time in reading, and his favorite book was the Bible.
With all the afflictions he had, he was always kind and patient, and was loved by all who knew him. He leaves to mourn his departure three brothers, George of Amherst, John of Ovid, and Bert of Longmont, Colorado and three sisters, Mrs. Otto Fulscher of Holyoke, one sister in Illinois and one living in Nebraska and a host of other relatives and friends.
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