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NAME: Hubel, Frederick (m. Marie Benesh)

OBIT: (d. 10 Dec 1912, Tama County, Iowa)

 Jno. Hubel passed away after a prolonged illness of dropsy. Mr. Hubel was born in Bohemia sixty eight years ago and after coming to America he was united in mariage to Miss Mary Benesh, who passed away fourteen month prior to her husband's death. To this union were born Wm. Hubel, now residing in Rolfe; Fred Hubel, of Ft. Dodge; Mrs. F. Kline, of Toledo; Mrs. Lloyd Thompson, of Toledo; Mrs. Louis Stransky, of Elberon and Pete, Joseph, and Agnes, who are living at home, and another son, Alfred, whose whereabout are unknown. Mr. Hubel was laid to rest at the National cemetery. We all extend our sympathy.
 Mrs. A. Drahos, of Cedar Rapids, attended the Hubel funeral.
 Miss Agnes Hubel has left for Fort Dodge for a brief visit with her brother, Fred of that city.

OBIT: TCD 12 Dec 1912

 FREDERICK HUBEL One of the pioneers of the county departed this life, Tuesday, when the soul of Frederick Hubel went back to Him who created it. As he had met life's duties unflinchingly, so also he passed strengthened by faith, into the realms of eternity.
 He was born in the county of Pesek, Bohemia, 69 years ago and came with his parents, Vencil Hubel and wife, to America in 1852. They settled first in Canada, moving thence to Iowa City, and coming to Tama county in the late 50's. Frederick assisted his parents on the homestead and grew to strong, vigorous manhood. He served as a Union soldier for three years during the Civil War.
 He was united in the sacrament of matrimony with Miss Marie Benesh who, one year ago, preceded him into the life eternal. Seven children blessed the union, Frederick, whose address is unknown, Mrs. Lloyd Thompson, Mrs. Fred Kline, Mrs. Louis Stransky, Peter, Joseph and Agnes, all of Tama county. All but the oldest son were present at the funeral. A brother, W. A. Hubel, of Rolfe, Iowa, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Drahos, of Cedar Rapids, and a nephew, Fred Hubel of Ft. Dodge were also present at the services.
 It is said of the deceased that all men were his neighbors. He was industrious, honest and christian. His death is mourned by all that knew him.
 The funeral services will be held tomorrow in Petranek church. Rev. Father Gregor will celebrate the requiem mass. The burial will take place in Petranek cemetery. [Now called St. Mary's Cemetery]