Monday, November 19, 2012

Emuel Bachman Jr 1885 - 1918

LtR Melvin, Emuel, Esther, Vera, Jesse
Not much is known about Emuel Jr. He was born in Lousville, Id. November 1, 1885. He married Esther Roselva Colman (Ethel) in 1912 before their first child, Mary, was born. Esther was 16 at the time and he was 27. Mary died a little over a month later in March. Three other children were born, Melvin (Dec. 20, 1912), Jesse (Mar. 2, 1914) and Vera (Aug. 18, 1915). Emuel died in March, 1918, at the age of 32. The cause of death is not certain but Jesse said they thought that it was a problem with his kidneys. He was active in real estate and must have been successful at it as he gave his father money from his earnings that Emuel Sr. had invested. Unfortunately, much of it was lost in the 1929 crash. Emuel Jr. traveled a lot with his business through Idaho and Utah. (Emuel is listed as a farmer on his death certificate.)

The only story we have is one told by Grandma Ethel. She said they had a nice car, one of the first in the area. Emuel took her on a trip over the Tetons on a very rough, steep road. She was so frightened that she made him stop and she got out and walked over the worst part of it. Grandma Orodine told Wanda once that Emuel was “quite a Dandy.” I remember seeing a post card once that he had written to Orodine. I don’t know where it is now. In it he talks about how ill he is and how poorly he feels. It was dated not long before his death. Emuel died March 26, 1918.

Melvin and Jesse

Wife Esther Rozelva Coleman (1896-     )
     m 17 April 1911
Emuel Bachman Jr. b 1Nov 1885 d 26 March 1918 d 26 March 1918
Esther Rozelva Coleman b 1896 - 
m temple 11 April 1918

1.  Mary Elizabeth Bachman b 1912 - 1912
2.  Emuel Melvin Bachman b 1912 - 1955
3.  Jesse Howard Bachman b 1914 - 1995
4.  Vera Roselva Bachman b 1915 - 1998 m 10 Feb 1940, LA, Gilbert Hastings b 1908 - 1993

1918 March 3, Ogden Standard:

gallstone [gawl´stōn]
a stonelike mass (calculus) in the gallbladder; the presence of gallstones is known medically as cholelithiasis. The cause is unknown, although there is evidence of a connection between gallstones and obesity; an excess of cholesterol in the bile appears to be of major importance. Gallstones are most common in women after pregnancy, and in both men and women past age 35. They may be present for years without causing trouble. The usual symptoms, however, are vague discomfort and pain in the upper abdomen. There may be indigestion and nausea, especially after eating fatty foods. X-rays will generally reveal the presence of gallstones, either directly or by use of a dye introduced into the gallbladder.

The most common complication of gallstones occurs when one of the stones escapes from the gallbladder and travels along the common bile duct, where it may lodge, blocking the flow of bile to the intestine and causing obstructive jaundice. This condition should be corrected by surgery before the liver is damaged or problems with infection ensue.

When a gallstone travels through or obstructs a bile duct it can cause biliary colic, with severe pain. The pain is located in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen and radiates as far as the scapulamorphine is usually not given to relieve the pain because it increases spasm of the biliary sphincters. meperidine, which does not have this side effect, is the preferred medication for pain.

Birth: Nov. 1, 1885
Bingham County
Idaho, USA
Death: Mar. 26, 1918
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Bachman- The funeral of Emuel Bachman will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Tenth ward meeting house with Bishop T.P. Terry officiating. The body may be viewed at the Lindquist chapel today after 2 p.m. and at the home, rear 1265 Washington avenue tomorrow. Interment Oden City cemetery.

Ogden Standard Examiner March 28, 1918

Family links:
  Emuel Bachman (1865 - 1932)
  Mary Jane Heninger Bachman (1855 - 1885)

  Mary Elizabeth Bachman (1912 - 1912)*

*Calculated relationship
Ogden City Cemetery
Weber County
Utah, USA
Plot: E-3-32-2W