Obituary courtsey of the News-Banner Publications, posted with permission
Bluffton Evening News, July 27, 1929
Miss Rosetta Dubach, 63, whose home was near Domestic, Wells county, died at 7 o'clock this morning at the Berne hospital of complications. An operation for hernia was preformed several days ago.
Miss Dubach was a native of Switzerland, and was born August 25, 1865, a daughter of John and Rosanna Dubach. The Dubachs emigrated to America about 38 years ago and the family home has been in the domestic community for many years. Since the death of her father, Miss Dubach and her mother had lived together on the old home place near Domestic.
Surviving besides the mother are the following brothers and sisters: John Dubach, Wells county; Fred and Eli Dubach, Linn Grove; David Dubach, of Berne, who is now on a long tour in Canada; Mrs. Ben Speheger and Mrs. John Speheger, living east of Bluffton; Mrs. Lena Stuckey, of Vera Cruz, and Mrs. Emma Heyerly of Monroe.
Three brothers are dead, namely John, Jr., Benjamin, and Daniel. The Latter was killed in the Kingsland wreck.
The body was taken to the home of Mrs. Lena Stuckey, the sister living at Vera Cruz. Funeral services will be held at the Stuckey home at 1: 00 Monday afternoon and 2 o'clock at the Christian Apostolic church north of Vera Cruz. Burial will be in the church cemetery.