Suffering from a broken arm, which she sustained in a fall July 4, and which became a serious affliction several weeks ago, Mrs. Josephine Hoehn, aged 84 years, 1233 Park Place, died at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Hoehn was born in Baden, Germany, Jan. 6, 1833. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Binkert, Sr. The family came to this country when she was 3 years old, coming direct to Quincy, where she had lived ever since.
She was married to Philip Hoehn in 1863 in St. Boniface Catholic church. The husband has been dead for a number of years.
She was a member of St. Boniface Catholic church, the St. Elizabeth's Christian Mothers, and the St. Vincent's Home society.
She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Joseph Lubbe, 1233 Park Place, with whom she made her home, a brother, Anton Binkert, also of Park Place, two grandchildren, Mrs. Raymond Padberg of Quincy, and Albert J. Lubbe, St. Louis, two great grandchildren, Mary Josephine and Anna Mae Padberg.
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