M: Henry Geiger
Children of Henry Geiger and Mary Rickenberg:
Charles H. Geiger
B: 29 Nov 1874
M: 02 Jul 1895, Nellie Good
Children of Charles Geiger and Nellie Good:
M: Unknown Croft
M: Unknown Hill
M: Unknown Tilden
M: Unknown Powell
M: Unknown Bick
FULTON COUNTY INDIANA
Jean C. and Wendell C. Tombaugh
Rochester, Indiana 46975-1538
Charles H. GEIGER, of Macy, passed away at Woodlawn hospital during the noon hour Tuesday. Death resulted from diabetes following an illness of several months' duration. He was brought to the local hospital when his condition became extremely grave a few days ago. The deceased had a wide acquaintance of friends throughout southern Fulton and Northern Miami counties.
Charles H., son of Henry and Mary (RICKENBERG) GEIGER was born on a farm near Milford, Ind., on November 29th, 1874, and resided in that community for over a score of years. He was united in marriage to Nellie GOOD, of Warsaw, on July 2nd, 1895. The Geigers for a long number of years resided on a farm east of Macy where he specialized in the growing of onions and potatoes. Later he removed to Macy. Mr. Geiger was a member of the Church of God of Akron.
The survivors are the widow; five daughters, Mrs. Mable CROFT, Mrs. Faudlin HILL, Mrs. Marguerite TILDEN, all of Akron; Mrs. Fay POWELL, of near Gilead; Mrs. Martena BICK, of Rochester; four sons, Henry [GEIGER], of Akron; Lloyd [GEIGER] and Cloyce [GEIGER], of near Macy; Richard [GEIGER], at home; 23 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Cora MEEK and Mrs. Emma LENTZ, both of near Milford; and four brothers, Leroy [GEIGER], of Ft. Wayne; Walter [GEIGER], of South Bend; William [GEIGER], of Silver Lake, and Henry [GEIGER] of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Funeral services will be held at the Akron Church of God on Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. HEDGES and Rev. ASHLAND will be in charge of the rites. Interment will be made in the Akron cemetery.