ERNEST CARL BRANDT

 

from the HDN, Apr. 9, 1953

 

ERNEST C. BRANDT PASSES AWAY AT HOME NEAR HINGHAM

  

   Death came today to Ernest Carl Brandt, one of the original Hingham area pioneers, who died at his home about three miles west of Hingham.

   Services are to be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Hingham Lutheran Church, at which Mr. Brandt was a member. Intennent will be at the Rudyard community cemetery.

   Mr. Brandt was born May 27, 1889 in Elizabeth, ill., coming to Montana from there in 1910. He was married at Rudyard June 25, 1913, to Hertha Grueger, who survives.

   Three sons, Imn and Robert of Hingham and Wilmer, Scales Mound, Ill., also survive, a fourth son, Loren, preceding him in death by five years. Two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Dotzel and Mrs. Elizabeth Hoppe~, and a brother Charles Brandt, all make their home in Elizabeth, III., while another brother, Henry, lives at Dundee, Ill. There are three surviving grandchildren.

 

from the HDN, Apr. 15, 1953

MANY FRIENDS AT[END FUNERAL SERVICES FOR E. C. BRANDT

   An overflow crowd filled the Hingham Lutheran church Mon. for the funeral of Ernest Cad Brandt, an early pioneer of the Hingham

area. The service was conducted by Rev. Manley Helleson, pastor of the church, with Mrs. David Spicher providing organ music.

   Mrs. Syver Nonrby and Mrs. Ed Stelter sang the duets, “Some Day He’ll Make It Plain” and “Behold the Host Arrayed in White,” accompanied by Mrs. Spicher.

   Pallbearers were Gene Sy1te, Martin Sylte, Jess M. Lyon, Lawrence Foix, Clinton Brevik and A. R. Petrick. Interment was in the Rudyard cemetery 

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