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The Lawrenceburg Press
Lawrenceburg, IN (Dearborn Co.)
May 28, 1908



NEWTOWN

Mr. and Mrs.Henry Eberhart of Greensburg attended the funeral of the former's brother, George Eberhart. In the midst of this rushing, busy life we are in death. The entire community was shocked Sunday morning to learn that George Eberhart, who had been fireman at the light plant ever since its establishment, had been electrocuted about 11 o'clock Saturday night. Mr. Eberhart was eating his lunch and had a bucket of coffee in his hand. He reached out adjust some part of the machinery, when the metal of the bucket came in contact with the wires, forming a current. The full strength of the electric current, about 2,200 volts, passed through his body, killing him instantly. He was about fifty-one years of age, and was the son of Henry and Catherine Pedre Eberhart, deceased. He was born and reared in this city. He leaves a wife and eight children, one having preceded him to the other world. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in St. Emanuel's church, conducted by Rev. Frederick Semm. Interment in Greendale cemetery.



The Lawrenceburg Press
Lawrenceburg, IN (Dearborn Co.)
Thursday, March 8, 1900



On Saturday morning death relieved the sufferings of Fred Eberhart, who had been sick for the past 6 years with consumption. His age was nearly 35, and life was one of honor to himself and to his family. At the age of fourteen he graduated from the public schools at the head of his class, although he was the youngest member. He attended college at Cincinnati. In 1892 was married to Miss Katie Decker of this city. Happily they lived together and to them two sons were born. His wife died August 10, 1896, also from consumption. Mr. Eberhart always had a kind word for everyone. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, Barry Encampment I.O.O.F., and the Leidertafel, all of which attended the funeral, as did also the employees of the coffin factory. The funeral took place from St. Emmanuel's Church Monday afternoon, Rev. F. Semm officiating. The body was lad to rest in Greendale Cemetery. Mr. Eberhart leaves his two little sons, his aged father, Henry Eberhart, Sr., two sisters and seven brothers, together with the large circle of friends to mourn his death.

Newtown News

Charles Eberhart of Cincinnati and his family and Henry Eberhart and family of Greensburg were here to attend the funeral of Fred Eberhart.



The Lawrenceburg Press
Lawrenceburg, IN (Dearborn Co.)
March 29, 1951



Mrs. Barbara Eberhart, 81, German Native, Dies

Mrs. Barbara Eberhart, 81, died in her home, 323, Fourth street, Monday, March 26. Mrs. Eberhart was born November 16, 1859, at Windsheim, Bayern, Germany, the daughter of Leonard and Marie Bohm. In 1890 she came to this country and settled in Lawrenceburg. Shortly after she married George Eberhart, who preceded her in death. To this union were born six children, three of whom preceded her.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Kate Taylor, Miss Marie Eberhart, and Mrs. Gertrude Baker, all of Lawrenceburg; six grandchildren and five great grandchildren, one stepdaughter, Mrs. Will Owen of Norwood, two sisters, Mrs. Anna Stephan and Mrs. Johanna Uebel, both of Berlin,Germany, and many other relatives.
Mrs. Eberhart united with the Emmanuel Lutheran Church soon after her arrival here, and had been a member ever since.
Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Fitch Bros. funeral home with Rev. E. A. DeJerus officiating, and burial in Greendale cemetery.



The Lawrenceburg Register
Lawrenceburg, IN (Dearborn Co.)
February 7, 1924



Eberhart

Mrs. Henry Eberhart, daughter of John and Elizabeth Grittman, was born May 25, 1857, at Manchester and died in Greensburg at 5:30 a.m. onThursday, January 24, 1924, aged 66 years and 8 months.
Mrs. Eberhart joined the German Lutheran church when a little girl and always tried to lead a Christian life. She was a good neighbor and no task was too great for her to do if in her power to do it. She was a beloved mother and devoted all her time to her home and family.
She was united in marriage to Henry Eberhart on April 10, 1884, and to this union were born four children, two boys and teo girls, one boy dying in infancy. She is survived by the husband, two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Gregory and Marie Eberhart, and one son, Harry Eberhart, and one grandson. Also four sisters and one brother, Miss Sophia Grittman, Mrs. Will Weist and Philip Grittman of Bonnell; Mrs. henry Billman of Sunman and Mrs. Henry Trautman of Cleves, O.



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