Son of John and Elizabeth Schindler Hamele.
Born April 19, 1878, East Otto, N.Y., died Washington, D.C. Feb. 12, 1964.
Self educated, admitted New York bar 1903, worked in father's harness shop, was a farmer, printer, newspaper publisher, author, historian, traveler, lawyer, asst. prosecuting attorney Pawhuska, Okla. Attorney in various branches federal service, member chief counsel's committee of Internal Revenue at time of retirement 1948, member Unitarian Church, Masonic order, was liberal thinker, beloved neighbor, generous benefactor
Martha Zimmerman Hamele
Daughter of Chauncy W. Zimmerman and J. Adelle Eddy
Born December 23, 1875 in town of Boston, N.Y. Died In City of Washington, D.C. September 6, 1936.
Married Ottaman Hamele at Buffalo, N.Y. June 27, 1904, Resided in New York, Oklahoma, Texas and Washington, D.C. Was active in religious work, first as a baptist, then as a unitarian. Fond of music and other cultural pursuits. Possessed the democratic spirit and looked upon the world with .tolerant humor. Accepted just burdens cheerfully and met adversity without complaint. Was always dependable.