John Henry Schuette, aged 81 years, beloved father of Henry W. Schuette, city; Walter Lester, Great Falls, Mont.; Arthur S. and Mrs. G. Anderson, Spokane; Mrs. A. Falkner and Mrs. L. D. Littler, Seattle, passed away at the home of his son, Henry W. Schuette, 1603 King Street, Sunday morning, August 17, after an illness of one year's duration. Mr. Schuette at the time of his death had only been in the city one day, coming here from Seattle to make his home with his son. He was a member of the Knox Presbyterian Church, Spokane, and was a Civil War veteran, having served with the Confederate army artillery corps, enlisting at Savannah, Georgia. The body rests at the Harlow-Hollingsworth Funeral Home and will be forwarded on the evening train to Spokane, where funeral services will be held at the Hazen-Jaeger Funeral Parlors and interment (to) take place in the family plot. Seven grandchildren also survive.--Bellingham Herald, Aug. 18, 1930
Buried at Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery
Row: Fraternal Section
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