Mr. Ed. Kubisch[sic], died on Wednesday of last week, [Oct 8th]. Mr. Kubisch was a farmer and a brother of Joe Kubisch. His wife died a few years ago. He leaves besides his brother and other relatives, several children to mourn his demise. The Mercury extends heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones. [Place of interment unknown]
Weimar Mercury, October 17, 1913
Funeral Services for Edmund Kubesch, 42, Held Friday
Funeral services for Edmund (Jack) Kubesch, 42, of the Wildwood section were held from the Hubbard Funeral Home and St. Michaels Church Friday, Feb. 7, he Rev. Leo Pesek officiating.
Interment was in St. Michaels Cemetery.
Mr. Kubesch died in Schulze Hospital, Schulenburg, Wednesday, Feb. 5, after an illness of about three weeks.
Born May 11, 1904, at Dubina, the son of Edward and Mary Kubesch, he spent his entire life in the vicinity of Weimar, as a farmer. On Oct. 25, 1927, he married Miss Elsie Steffek at Ammannsville. He was a member of the Catholic Church.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Elsie Kubesch; two sons, Ernest and Leroy, both of Weimar; one sister, Mrs. Agatha Faldyn of Fayetteville; and two brothers, Richard, La Grange, and Florian, Weimar.
Pallbearers at the funeral included Ed Bahner, Joe Kubesch, Ray Kubesch, Eugene Kossa, Fred Steffek, and Frank Vavra.
Weimar Mercury, February 14, 1947, page 1
JOS. KUBESCH'S AGED FATHER BURIED SUNDAY
Mr. Fabian Kubesch, the aged father of Mr. Jos. Kubesch of this vicinity, died Saturday at the residece of his son and the remains were interred in St. Michael's Cemetery Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large assemblage of relatives and friends, Rev. Jos. Ka[illegible] officiating. The pall bearers for this occasion were Emil and Chas. Helmcamp, Robt. Hoelscher, Joe Kainer, Frank Janecka and Chas. Fritsch.
Mr. Kubesch was over 70 years old. He was bor in Austria and came to this country in June 1881. He first located near Schulenburg and then moved to a farm near Dubina. Here he [illegible] about ten years ago, [illegible] upon the death of his good wife, he broke up housekeeping and went to live with his only son, Joe Kubesch. Here he made his home up to the time of his death. He had been in bad health for several years, suffering with [illegible] but kept on his feet up to within two or three days of his death.
He was a good and [illegible] citizen, a kindly, [illegible] neighbor and friend and his death is sincerely deplored. [Illegible] deep sympathy to [illegible] bereaved ones.
Weimar Mercury, November 7, 1924
KUBESCH — Weimar — Fabian Kubesch the aged, father of Joe Kubesch of this vicinity died Nov. 8, at the residence of his son, and the remains were interred in St. Michaels Cemetery, Rev. Joe Syzmanski officiating. The bearers were: Emit Helencamp, Chas. Helencamp, Robert Horlscher, Joe Kainer, Frank Janecka and Chas. Fritsch.
San Antonio Express, Wednesday, November 12, 1924
Last Riles For Joe H. Kubesch, Sr. Held Here Saturday
Funeral services for Joe H. Kubesch, Sr., 64, were held from the family home near Weimar with services at St. Michael's Church, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment was made in St. Michael's Cemetery with the Rev, Emil Vinklarek officiating. assisted by the Rev. Ignatius Kopezymski.
Mr. Kubesch died suddenly at about 11:30 Wednesday morning at the family home, victim of a heart attack. He was 64 years, nine months. and eleven days of age.
Pallbearers were six members of the Sons of Herman Lodge. of which Mr. Kubesch was a member: Willie Ripper, Joe Grohmann, Julius Haas, Joe B. Kainer, Anton Beck, and E. Ammann.
Mr. Kubesch was born in Austria m 1876. He came to this country wIth his parents in 1881, settling in this section. He married Miss Mary Dobecka, November 16. 1898.
Surviving besides his wife are six children, Mrs. Ed Bahner of Holman, Raymond Kubesch of Weimar, Emil Kubesch and Joe Kubesch. Jr., of Alto. Lewis of New York City, and Miss Martha Kubesch of Schulenburg. Five grandchildren also survive.
Those attending the funeral from out of town were: Mrs. Cyril Sassin of Needville, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pratka and daughter of Needville, Mrs. George Sassin and sons of Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cowart of Boling, Mr. Frank Dobecka and son of Carrollton, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kainer and children of Hallettsville. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hollek of Schulenburg.
Weimar Mercury, August 1, 1941, page 1
Johnnie Kubesch Died Late Wednesday Eve
Mr. Johnnie Kubesch, aged 25 years this month, after battling double pneumonia for a number of days, succumbed to this terrible disease late Wednesday eve, at the home of his aunts, the Misses Vavra, in the southwestern part of the city.
Previously he had been at work in the lower country, where he was taken ill and had to return home. Pneumonia developed and he was a very sick man up to the time of his death.
The funeral will take place Friday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Cemetery, with Rev. John Morkovsky officiating.
Johnnie is survived by his widow, three brothers, Jack, Richard and Florian, one sister. Mrs. Lad. Faltyn, and his two aunts, Misses Agnes and Hettie Vavra. He was left an orphan through the death of his parents when he was just a little fellow and was reared by his aunts, Misses Vavra. He was born in Fayette county, just over the line, and practically all his life was spent in and around Weimar.
He was a quiet, good natured man, well liked by all who knew [him], and his death is sincerely deplored.
Weimar Mercury, February 5, 1937, page 1
Nada Citizen Passes
Funeral Services for Mrs. Mary Kubesch, 70, Held Here Sunday
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Kubesch, 70-year-old widow of the late Joseph H. Kubesch of this city, were held from Hubbard Funeral Home Sunday, May 9, Rev. Benedict Prusia officiating. Interment was in St. Michael's Cemetery, after services at St. Michael's Church.
Mrs. Kubesch had been ill only two days at the time of her death at her home here Friday.
Born Feb. 15. 1878, at Dubina, she was the daughter of Joseph and Theresa Dobecka. She was married to Mr. Kubesch at Dubina on Nov. 16, 1898, and they settled in Weimar. She was a member of St. Michaels Catholic Church and the Christian Mothers.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ed Bahner and Miss Martha Kubesch, both of Weimar; four sons, Raymond, Joe and Lewis, all of Weimar, and Emil of Lometa, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Rud. Hollek of Weimar and Mrs. Annie Sassin of Needville; one brother, Joe Dobecka of Weimar; two half-brothers, Louis Pratka of Needville and Emil Pratka of Schulenburg; and six grandchildren.
Pallbearers at the funeral were six nephews: Ed Hollek, Richard Kubesch, Victor Dobecka, Alfred Pratka, Louis Dobecka, and George Sassin.
Weimar Mercury, May 14, 1948, page 1
Funeral For Ray Kubesch Here Mar. 18
Funeral services for Raymond F. Kubesch, 85, of Weimar were held Wednesday, March 18, from St. Michael's Catholic Church, with burial in the parish cemetery. Father Charles Carolan officiated.
Kubesch, a retired carpenter and concrete finisher, died at 11:15 a.m. Monday, March 16, in Sweetbriar Nursing Home at Brenham.
Born here April 20, 1901, he was a son of Joseph and Mary (Dobecka) Kubesch. He married Hattie Wanjura on May 11, 1948, at St Michael's Church. He served in the US Army Corps of Engineers in World War II and was a member of VFW Post 5875 here.
His wife survives him, along with one sister, Martha Wehmeyer and several nieces and nephews. Three brothers and one sister preceded him in death.
Serving as pallbearers were Al Anders, Joe Hartensteiner, Frank Schwelik, Joe Wick, Melvin Albright, William Lichnovsky, Leo Guenther and Alfred Helmcamp.
Weimar Mercury, March 26, 1987