Kliffmuller Mathilda A. Lange

Music and Art Teacher
Consultant 1885, Staff 1891-1894

Birth: c. 1832, Hesse Germany
Death: February 13, 1916, Salisbury, Rowan County, North CarolinaUSA

Charles Kliffmuller (1825-1863)

Mary Kliffmuller Young (1861-1937)

Josephine Lange Neave (1831-1927)

Chestnut Hill Cemetery 
SalisburyRowan CountyNorth CarolinaUSA

Source: www.findagrave.com, #85589955.


The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), January 7 1894, p. 1.

A telegram from Prof. C. L. Fisher of Mount Pleasant, received here this morning announced the dangerous illness of Mrs. Kliffmuller, art teacher at Mt. Amoena Seminary. A second telegram stated that her condition was alarming. Mrs. J. F. Young, daughter of Mrs. Kliffmuller left for Mount Pleasant to attend her. Mrs. W. H. Neave, sister of the sick lady was prevented from going on account of being unwell.


The Concord Times (Concord, NC), January 18, 1894, p. 3.

Mrs. Kliffmuller of Mt. Pleasant, whose illness we noted last week, is better.

The Concord Times (Concord, NC), February 14, 1916. p.1.

Mrs. Matilda Kliffmuller Dead.
Salisbury, Feb. 13. – Mrs. Matilda Kliffmuller died this afternoon following a general decline due to old age. She was 84 years old. Mrs. Kliffmuller was a native of Hesse Germany. She was the widow of a Confederate officer. For 35 years she had made her home with Mrs. T. F. Young in this city. Mrs. Young being her only surviving daughter. Practically all her life Mrs. Kliffmuller has been a music teacher.