Person:Clinton Ettinger (1)

Watchers
m. Abt. 1843
  1. Sarah Ann Ettinger1844 - 1921
  2. Reuben EttingerAbt 1846 -
  3. Eliza P Ettinger1850 - 1911
  4. William E. EttingerAbt 1852 - 1909
  5. Emilia Ettinger1856 - 1958
  6. Mary Agnes EttingerAbt 1864 - 1935
  7. Clinton J. EttingerAbt 1869 - 1933
Facts and Events
Name Clinton J. Ettinger
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt. Feb 1869 Lehigh, Pennsylvania, United States
Death[2] 6 Sep 1933 Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania, United States
References
  1. Lehigh, Pennsylvania, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1900 US Census, Lynn, Lehigh Co., PA
    Ettinger, Clinton J, Feb 1869/31, Farmer
    Ettinger, Julia, May 1825/75 [mother]
    Ettinger, Agnes M, Oct 1865/34 [sister]

  2. Allentown, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States. The Morning Call, 5, 7 Sep 1933.

    Clint. Ettinger Dies, Aged 64

    Prominent Upper End Resident Lived Whole Life in Homestead

    Following an illness of eighteen months with a complication, Clinton J. Ettinger, well known resident of the upper end of the county, died yesterday afternoon at the Allentown hospital. He was 64 years old.

    Mr. Ettinger was born, and lived all his life at the Ettinger homestead, two miles easy of Lynnville. He was a leader in the community where he resided, respected and trusted by his friends and neighbors and beside being a successful farmer, was active in all township affairs. He was an ardent Democrat and was frequently honored with election to township offices. He was the Lynn township auditor at the time he was stricken with the fatal illness. He was a violinist of some ability, was soloist on the Lynnville church choir for many years and formerly held membership in various male singing societies. He was a member of the Lutheran lodge, Knights of the Golden Eagle.

    Mr. Ettinger was a son of the late Jacob and Julianna, nee Ebert, Ettinger. He was never married. He is survived by two sisters, Agnes, also living on the old homestead and Amelia, wife of David Case of Kansas City, Mo. Several brothers and sisters preceded him in death.

    Private funeral services will be held at the late home on Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, standard time. Public services will be held in the Lynnville church at 1:30, standard time. Interment will take place in the adjoining cemetery.