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Subject: Obituaries of Alexander and Mary (Wells) Shrenk / Schrenk of Harrisburg, PA
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 14:46:11 -0700 (PDT)
The Patriot News
Saturday January 13, 1934
Mrs. A.H Shrenk
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Wells shrenk, 1906
North Sixth street, who died Thursday at her home
after a lingering illness, will be held Monday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the funeral parlors of
the Hawkins Estate, 1207 North third street. Burial
will be in the Harrisburg Cemetery.
She was the daughter of William Wells and Catherine
Dubbs Wells and was a life-long member of Salem
Reformed Church. She is survived by her husband, A.
H. Shrenk; three sons, Paul B. Shrenk, of Forest Hill,
L.I; Murray H. and James L. Shrenk of Philadelphia:
two sisters, Mrs. E. W. Haverstick, of Philadelphia
and Mrs. Benjamin Nicholas of Harrisburg and six
The Patriot News
Thursday FEB 21, 1935, p.17
Funeral Saturday for Alexander H. Schrenk
Funeral services for Alexander H. Schrenk, retired
auctioneer, formerly of this city, who died Tuesday at
the home of his son, J. La Rue Shrenk, Philadelphia,
will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Hawkins funeral parlors, 1207 North third street.
The Rev. John N. LeVan, pastor of Salem Reformed
church, will officiate. Burial will be in the
Harrisburg Cemetery and the body may be viewed at the
funeral parlors tommorrow night.
He lived at 1906 North Sixth street for many years
and moved to Philadelphia a year ago on the death of
his wife. He was a member of the Salem Reformed church
and was the proprietor of a furniture store in Verbeke
street for nearly fifty years.
He is survived by three sons, Murray H. and J.
Larue Schrenk, of Philadelphia; Paul B. Shrenk of
Harrisburg and six grandchildren.
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