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Obituaries and Death Notices

O. D. Armstrong
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal" - November 4 1905 - BZ - Sub. by a FoFG

Funeral Sunday at 2:30 p.m. from the Crystal Lake cemetery chapel.


Geo. B. Barnes
Source: Grand Forks Herald (6 May 1909) submitted by FoFG MZ

Rev. Geo. B. Barnes, who was the first president of Fargo college, died at Minneapolis Tuesday.


Samuel Folsom Beede
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1912-1913, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler

Class of 1868 – SAMUEL FOLSOM BEEDE. M.S. B. 6 Feb., 1840, Dover, N.H. Served in 14th N.H. Vols., 1862-65. Teacher. D. 12 Dec., 1908, Minneapolis, Minn.


John M. Berry
Source: Marion Herald (Marion County, AL) Nov. 17, 1887 - Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Judge John M. Berry of the Supreme Court of Minnesota, died at Minneapolis on the 8th inst.



Esther Veronica Zimmerman Bethke
Source: Star Tribune: Newspaper of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, MN) - January 22, 2008 - Submitted by Ida Maack Recu

(born in Waseca, Waseca County, MN, died in Hennepin County, MN)
Bethke, Esther V., Age 92, of Mpls., formerly of Waseca, MN, passed away Jan. 20, 2008. Beloved mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great and great great grandmother, and friend to many. Esther was a master bridge player, gracious hostess, and touched many lives. Survived by children, Gary (Reva), Jim (Marilyn), Linda (Brad) Haigh, Joe (Laura); 14 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, Gordon; brothers, Louis and David Zimmerman; sister, Helen (Sr. Flora) Zimmerman. Memorial Service Thursday, Jan. 24th, 11:00 am at Cremation Society of Minnesota, 7110 France Av. S., Edina. Reception to follow. Private interment Lakewood.

Neva Christina Binning
Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 17 Mar. 1938; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Funeral services for Mrs. Kenneth Binning, who died March 8th, in Minneapolis, Minn., at the age of 27, were conducted Friday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church at Unity, Rev. J. A. Olson officiating, and burial was made in the Brighton cemetery.
Mrs. Binning, nee Neva Christina Flink, was born Jan. 21, 1911, in Unity and lived in Unity until seven years ago when she went to Minneapolis. On Sept. 18, 1934, she was married to Kenneth Binning in Winona, Minn. She was employed as head waitress at the President Café up to the time of her death which was caused by peritonitis. Surviving are her husband, father, mother, five sisters and two brothers.

Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Saturday, 12 May 1938; contributed by Ron Flink & transcribed by Marla Zwakman, both of whom were related

Unity - Funeral services for Mrs. Kenneth Binning, 27, Minneapolis, Minn., who died at 9:05 o’clock Tuesday, March 8, at the Asbury hospital in Minneapolis, were conducted Friday afternoon, March 11, at 2 o’clock at Trinity Lutheran church, Unity. The Rev. J. A. Olson officiated and internment was made in the Brighton cemetery.

Mrs. Binning, nee Neva Christina Flink, was born Jan. 21, 1911, in Unity. She had lived in Unity until seven years ago when she went to Minneapolis. On Sept. 18, 1934 she was married to Kenneth Binning in Winona, Minn. She was employed as head waitress at the President Café up to the time of her death which was caused by peritonitis.

Surviving are her husband, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. August Flink; five sisters, Lorraine, Melinda, Alice, Mrs. Frank (Beatrice) Altenberger, Stratford, and Mrs. Warren Fuller, Chicago; and two brothers, Walter and Conrad.

*** Note: Mrs. Frank (Beatrice) Obernberger is the correct name.


Julius P. Blake
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Blake Julius P., age 81, of Mpls. Born in Berlin, Germany. Survived by his wife, Anna, sons, Byron E. and Lawrence F., daughters, LaVerne, Mrs. Richard (Rosemary) Pepper, Mrs. Merle (June) Adams, Mrs. Robert (Patsy) Funk and Mrs. Donald (Katy) Kritzeck; 22 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. LaVerne Merlin and several nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Rosary Church (18th Av and 24th St.) Burial Ft. Snelling. Reviewal from 3 to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday with vigil prayers 7 p.m. at Gleason Mortuary, 7601 Pleasant Av.



Elnorah (Bates) Blocher
Submitted by Kyle M. Condon

(14 Oct, 1901 - 11 Oct, 1941)
Mrs. Elnorah Blocher was born October 14th, 1901, at Kingman, Kansas. She passed away suddenly October eleventh, 1941, at her home in Minneapolis, at the age of 39 years, 11 months and 27 days. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bates of the Town of Dewhurst. Her children was spent in Iowan and Wisconsin, going to Minneapolis in 1924, at which time she united with the Church of the Brethren, to which she remained loyal and faithful to the end.
On December 23rd, 1926, she was united in marriage to Elmer D. Blocker. To this union were born seven children, two daughters and five sons. One son preceded his mother in death.
Her family and the church were give first places in her life. She possessed a kindly disposition and was always ready and willing to assist wherever she was needed.
She leaves to mourn her death, her husband and children; Earl F., Doris L., Allen F., Sherman J., Elmer George and Elnora Jean. Also by her aged parents, three sisters, Mary A., Neillsville; Effie, Mrs. Fred Meyer, Rochester, Minn.; and Annie, Mrs. Albert Anderson, Neillsville. A brother, Andrew N., preceded her in death.
Services were conducted at the church of the Brethren, Minneapolis by Rev. Stanley Kellar, assisted by the Reverends A. C. McIlnay and Barnhart. Burial was made in the Crystal Lake cemetery in Minneapolis, the rites being held at 2 p.m. on October 15.
Miss Mary Bates and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Pine Valley, attended.

Marie R. Bottineau
Source: Bismarck Tribune, 22 May 1900 - Submitted by Barb Ziegenmeyer

Minneapolis, May 22 -- MRS. BOTTINEAU DEAD.
Marie Renville Bottineau, the wife of J. B. Bottineau of this city, died in Washington, D. C., last Saturday. Mrs. W. T. Whitney, her daughter, whose home is at 1820 Third street north, received a telegram Saturday announcing the serious illness of Mrs. Bottineau and almost Immediately after a second telegram announcing; her death. Mrs. Bottineau was born in Manitoba, was about 56 years of age and was the daughter of Gabriel Renville, one of the pioneer explorers and guides of the northwest, who left a memorial of himself in the name of the town and of the county of Renville. He was widely known all through the northwest and was an associate of the famous Pierre Bottineau. She was married to J. B. Bottineau, Pierre's son, at the age of 10 at Pembina, N. D. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Whitney, mentioned above, and Mrs. Marie L Baldwin of the treasury department at Washington. Her mother also survives her. The remains will be brought to Minnesota for burial at Osseo in about four weeks.

John Breidenback Jr.
Source: Aberdeen Daily News (Aberdeen, SD) – Tuesday, August 10, 1909; submitted by Jim Dezotell  

Death Reaps Heavy Harvest
Three People Well Known in Aberdeen Summoned by Grim Reaper
A. Ott received word this morning that John Breidenback, Jr., died this morning of typhoid fever at his home in Minneapolis.  The remains will be brought to this city and the funeral will be held Thursday morning in Sacred Heart church, Father Dermody and Father Dahlmanns officiating.  Mr. Breidenback was an Aberdeen boy, going from here to Minneapolis two years ago, where he had been engaged in the drug business.  He was a son of John Breidenbach of this city and was 30 years old.  He was unmarried.


Anna Bright (1866 – 23 Feb. 1953)
Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 26 Feb. 1953; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Mrs. Anna Bright of Minneapolis, a sister of H. J. Welsch and Minnie Selves of Colby, L. A. Welsch of North Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Paulene Barber of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Lulu Palmatier of California, died February 23 at the age of 87 years. Funeral services will be held in Minneapolis, Minn., and burial at Greenwood, Wis., in spring.


Edward Daniel Brown
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1912-1913, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

Class of 1876 – EDWARD DANIEL BROWN. B. 4 May, 1855, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Lawyer. D. 16 Jan., 1911, Minneapolis, Minn.


Edmund J. Cain
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Cain, Edmund J. age 75, of 16924 Bass Lake Road, Maple Grove. Survived by wife, Margaret; sons and daughters-in-law, Jerry and Joyce, Michael and Kathleen Cain; daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Bill Rector; grandchildren, Kendra, Patrick, David, Robert, Christine, Nicholas Cain and Megan Rector; brother, Luke Cain; nieces and nephews. 50 year charter member Fr. Wm. Blum K of C. ? Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, 20000 County Rd. 10, Cocoran. Internment Old St. Thomas Cemetery. Friends may call at the church after 4 p.m. Monday. KC Rosary 7 p.m. Monday. Parish prayer service 8 p.m. Monday at church. Arrangements with Gearty-Johnson-Delmore.


Matilda Carlson
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Friday, 29 Jan. 1915; transcribed by FoFG mz

AITKIN, Minn., Jan. 28. – A telegram received here today announced the death at 5 o’clock this morning in Minneapolis of Mrs. Matilda Carlson, who moved with her children to Minneapolis two months ago. She was a former resident of Aitkin. The body will be buried here Sunday afternoon. The children are Frank, Ruth, Dolly and Christina, all of whom are in Minneapolis.


A. B. Cates
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (June 11, 1915) submitted by Dena Whitesell

University Professor Dies At Country Home
Minneapolis, June 10 - Dr. A. B. Cates, associate professor of obstetrics in the University of Minnesota Medical school, and a lecturer on the subject in the school for more than 30 years, died last night at his country place on Clearwater Lake. His health had been failing for the last two years. He was 61 years old.


Satterlee Clark
Source: Reports and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Vol. 9 (1909) Wisconsin Necrology (1876-81) page 489; transcribed by LaDena Livingston

1881 - Hon. Satterlee Clark died of apoplexy at Minneapolis, Sept. 20th, in his sixty-sixth year. He was born in Washington City, May 23d, 1816. He attended the Utica Academy awhile, and came West in 1828, serving as a sutler at Green Bay and Fort Winnebago until 1843. He early settled in Marquette County, which he represented in the assembly in 1849 and was a presidential elector in 1852; and subsequently locating at Horicon, he represented Dodge County in the State senate from 1862 to 1872, and served in the assembly in 1873. He was a delegate to the national Democratic convention in 1868, and in nearly every State Democratic convention until his death. He was for many years one of the officers and managers of the State Agricultural Society. He was a man of free and easy manners, thoroughly acquainted with the politics and leading men of the State, and possessed many genial qualities.


George W. Classon
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Thursday, 11 May 1916; transcribed by FoFG mz

Dr. Hugo Speirer, formerly a Rochester physician and at one time a resident of Duluth, is dead. He was 66 years of age.

Dr. Speier came to Duluth many years ago, after having received his degree at a German university. From here he went to Rochester and later moved to Minneapolis. His wife died four years ago and was buried at Rochester, where the physician will also be interred.

Surviving are three children, Hugo M. Speier of St. Paul; Mrs. Victor E. Roszelle, Lake Park, Iowa; and Roy M. Speier of Minneapolis.

 



Harry B. Cohn
Source: The Minneapolis Journal, November 4 1905 - BZ - Sub. by FoFG

HARRY B. COHN, for several years connected with the circulation department of The Journal , died today at St. Mary's hospital from appendicitis, aged 24: years. Funeral from the residence, 116 Highland avenue N, at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Interment at B. B. cemetery. No flowers.
Since leaving The Journal , three years ago, Mr. Cohn had been traveling on the coast for a Chicago house. He Was a member of Minneapolis lodge, No. 63, U. C. T., and of the I. O. B. B. His father, Joseph Cohn, and his mother, four sisters and three brothers survive him.

Michael Colwell
Source: Duluth News Tribune (Sunday, 20 Apr. 1913) transcribed by FoFG mz

CASS LAKE, Minn., April 19. – Michael Colwell, a pioneer of Cass Lake, died today at 1 o’clock. Colwell has been in the hotel business in Cass Lake almost since the town started and is widely known in northern Minnesota. He was well liked. He leaves a wife and five grown children of whom two do not reside in Cass Lake. He was a brother-in-law of M. W. Savage of Minneapolis and at one time was in the show business. The last several years he has been an invalid and has scarcely been able to leave the house for months.

Colwell lived in Minneapolis many years before coming to Cass Lake. The funeral will be at Anoka Monday.


Connor
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal (30 Oct. 1902)

 — Ellen, St. Mary's hospital, 67 years.


Emma Crawford
Source: Chaska Valley Herald (Thursday, 18 Feb. 1886)

Died.
Mrs. Emma Hamilton, formerly Miss Emma Crawford, of Watertown, died at her home in Minneapolis last week. She was well known in Watertown and vicinity, and had a large circle of friends who will learn of her death with deep regret. Her sister, Miss Tillie, is an old school teacher in this County, and she has the sympathy of a large circle of friends in her bereavement.


John Crosby
Source: Wisconsin State Journal (30 Dec. 1887) transcribed by FoFG MZ

MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 29. – John Crosby, president of the National Millers’ association and the active manager and senior member of the great milling firm of Washburn, Crosby & Co., died this morning at his home in this city, of paralysis of the heart.


I. H. G. Densmore
Source: Duluth News Tribune (20 Apr. 1895) transcribed by FoFG MZ

HASTINGS, April 19. – I. H. G. Densmore was found dead in his room here this morning, his death being due to heart trouble. His family reside in Minneapolis.



Doyle
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal", October 30, 1902 - KT - Sub. by FoFG

— Patrick, city hospital, 30 years.

Rev. N. D. Fanning
Source: Grand Forks Herald, February 4, 1891 – Transcribed by TK FOFG

Rev. N. D. Fanning, a Minneapolis pastor, and formerly a resident of Jamestown, N.D., died suddenly in Minneapolis last Sunday, after preaching on the theme, "Is Life Worth Living?"


Thomas V. Filbin
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Filbin, Thomas V., 1631 Penn Ave. N., Mpls., on Feb. 5th. Survived by brothers, Rev. Ambrose R. Lindstrom, MN, Mark of Woodbury; also 5 nieces and 1 nephew. Funeral from the O’Halloran & Murphy, Snelling Ave. Chapel, 575 S. Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, 9:30 a.m. Tues. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mark’s Church, 10 a.m. Internment Resurrection. Visitation from 4-8 p.m. Mon. Parish Vigil 8 p.m. Mon. Memorials may be made to donor’s choice.


Dale Alvin Flink
Source: Marshfield News (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Wednesday, 18 Jan. 1939; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Minneapolis Baby Buried in Unity
Unity – Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Trinity Lutheran Church of which the Rev. J. A. Olson is pastor, for the infant of Mr. and Mrs. John Flink, who died Sunday at the Flinks’ home in Minneapolis. Burial was made in the Unity cemetery.
Note: Dale was born 20 Aug. 1937 in Hennepin County, Minn., and died 15 Jan. 1939


Gladys L. Flink
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Flink, Gladys L., age 84, of Mpls. Member of Seaman Gilfoy Auxiliary 9562. Preceded in death by husband, William. Survived by daughters, Jane M. Wicker, Prior Lake, Julie G. Seaman, Mpls.; Alyce M. Saunders, Mpls., Billie A. Moen, CA; 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grandsons. Funeral service Tues. 2 p.m. Waterston Funeral Home, 4343 Nicollet Ave. Friends may call Mon. 7-9 p.m. Internment Fort Snelling Cemetery.



Carl Fosberg
Source: Jefferson County Journal, Fairbury Nebraska, November 27, 1897 - Submitted by Kristin Vaughn

Carl J. Fosberg, a young man from Rockford, Minn., enroute to Lincoln, met death from asphyxiation at the State hotel, Omaha, some time Saturday night or Sunday. He registered at the hotel Saturday morning and went to his room about 10 o'clock. Some time along about midnight the night clerk, George DeFrance, heard groans issuing from the room, but did not think that anything serious was the matter and no more attention was paid to it until noon Sunday, when a chambermaid smelled gas and when the door was opened Fosberg was dead in his bed. He had blown out the gas. Letters in his valise disclosed the fact that his wife lives in Rockford, Minn., and that he has relatives named O. A. Sidwell at Holdredge and Johnson, at Kearney. The remains were turned over to the coroner and the relatives notified.

C. R. Fradenburgh
Source: Grand Forks Herald (ND) Tuesday, 3 May 1910; transcribed by FoFG mz

Mrs. C. R. Fradenburgh, of 703 University avenue, died yesterday morning at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. S. Sanderson, at Ortonville, Minn. Consumption was the cause of death. Mrs. Fradenburgh left Grand Forks some six weeks ago for Ortonville, Minn., believing that the change of climate would do her good, but she wasted away gradually until death came yesterday. She leaves a husband and baby boy eight months old to mourn her loss. Mr. Fradenburgh was at the bedside when the end came. Burial will take place at Crystal Lake cemetery, Minneapolis, on Wednesday at 3 p.m. The deceased during her residence in this city made many friends, and was loved and respected by all who knew her.


Edward S. Frost
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Saturday, 7 May 1921; transcribed by FoFG mz

HIBBING, May 6. – Funeral services for Dr. Edward S. Frost, father of Miss Celia Frost of the Hibbing library staff, were held at his home at Minneapolis today. Dr. Frost died Tuesday. Up to two years ago his home was at Willmar, Minn.



P.J. Fuhlen
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal", November 4 1905 - BZ - Sub. by FoFG

KILLED BY TRAIN ON WEST ISLAND AVENUE
P. J. Fuhlen, who lived at 67 West Island avenue, was killed by an engine at the Great Northern crossing on West Island avenue at noon today.
Fuhlen was on his way home for dinner and seeing that the approaching train was long and would delay him considerably if he waited for it to pass, attempted to cross in front of it. He stumbled and fell. The engine struck him before he could recover. The body has been taken to the county morgue.

Grace M. Genereux
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) - December 29, 2005 - submitted by a FoFG (NW)

Genereux, Grace M., 94, Grand Forks, ND, formerly of Minneapolis, MN, died Monday, December 26, 2005 in 4000 Valley Square, Woodside Village, Grand Forks, ND. Grace M. Genereux was born April 14, 1911 the daughter of Edward and Mary Ann (Le Blanc) Genereux in Terrebonne, MN. She attended grade school in Terrebonne and graduated from St. Joseph's Academy, Crookston, MN. After graduating she returned home to Terrebonne where she worked seven years for Dr. Sturmann in Erskine, MN. She moved to Minneapolis and attended the Minnesota Business College. She then worked for the Pillsbury Co. and later for George V. Stennes and Associates (Actuaries), Minneapolis. She returned to Grand Forks in 2000 to spend her final years close to family. When Grace moved to Minneapolis, most of her siblings and their families were farmers in Northwestern Minnesota. At every Christmas, her 40+ nephews and nieces looked forward to a big box of gifts from their big city Aunt. Her apartment was always available as a place to stay for family members seeking jobs, education, and other opportunities in the Twin Cities. In her retirement years, Grace volunteered extensively at her cherished St. Olaf's Catholic Church in downtown Minneapolis. Grace is survived by her brother, Samuel (Deloris), Thief River Falls, MN; many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law; Helen (Mrs. Joseph) Genereux, St. Paul, MN and Ann (Mrs. Arthur) Genereux, Maplewood, MN. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Victoria Gust and Sr. Lucy Ann, S.J.; brothers, Harmidas, Joseph, George and Arthur. Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 a.m. Saturday, December 31, 2005 in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, East Grand Forks, MN. Visitation: 9:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday only, prior to the liturgy at the church. Burial: St Anthony's Cemetery, Terrebonne, MN. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to: St. Anthony's Cemetery Fund for Perpetual Care – Terrebonne


Lillian A. Gordiner
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Gordinier, Lillian A., age 97. Widow of Allen Gordinier. Member of P.E.O. Sisterhood Chaper AB for 50 years. Member of International Institute of St. Paul. Memorial services 11 a.m. Monday at Johnston-Dampier Chapel, 678 South Snelling, St. Paul. No visitation.


J. B. Graveel
Source: Grand Forks Herald (30 Oct. 1902) submitted by FoFG MZ

Yesterday evening the remains of the late J. B. Graveel were brought here from Roseau for internment. Mr. Graveel died on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at his home near Roseau, Minn., after an illness of about three weeks, paralysis of the throat being the immediate cause of death.

Mr. Graveel was born in Wisconsin of French parents 43 years ago last March, but resided in Minnesota during the last eight or ten years. Until less than a year ago he lived in Minneapolis, but failing health led to his removal to a claim near Warroad, where he has developed a property of considerable value.

Besides a wife and four children, two boys and two girls, he leaves his mother, Mrs. Mary Graveel of Fessenden, and the following brothers and sisters: Charles and Paul at Grand Rapids, Minn., Eugene at Lakota, N.D., Gus and Lucien at Fessenden, Mrs. L. Prescott at Grand Forks, Mrs. Bessinett at Park River, and Mrs. Gilmore, in Minneapolis. He was a member in good standing of Crystal lodge A.O.U.W. of Minneapolis, and carried $2,000 insurance in that order. The funeral arrangements are not yet completed, but the internment will be in the Grand Forks cemetery on Friday, and services will be held on that day in St. Michael’s Catholic Church. Detailed announcement will be made in the morning.


Albert Hansen
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Hansen, Albert, age 69, of Chapel View Nursing Home, Hopkins. Survived by stepchildren, Mrs. Wes (Alice) Morrison, St. Paul, Mrs. Clara Nelson & Mrs. Grant (Helen) Wheeler, both Hopkins, Chuck Jurisch, Huntington Beach, CA; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; father Henry Hansen, Cambridge; brothers, Bill & John; sisters, Mary Strecker, Ann Oquest, Emma Hermanson. Services Wed. 2 p.m. at the Washburn McReevy-Strobeck-Johnson Chapel, 1400 Excelsior Ave. W. Hopkins. Internment Glen Haven. Visitation Tues. 4-9 p.m. & 1 hour before service.


Otto Hanson
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Saturday, 12 Apr. 1921; transcribed by FoFG mz

MINNEAPOLIS, April 1. – Otto Hanson, 71, pioneer resident of Minnesota and former representative in the state legislature from Waseca, died tonight shortly after his automobile had collided with a street car here. A widow, four sons and two daughters survive.


Henry Howard Hart
Source Dartmouth College Necrology, 1901-1902, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler

Class of 1874 – HENRY HOWARD HART. Born, Jan. 15, 1851, Methuen, Mass. Fitted for college at New London (N.H.) Institute.

Died, Sept. 27, 1901, of paresis, at Minneapolis, Minn.

Married, Miss F. N. Coray, 1891.


Elizabeth Herrick
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, Minn.) Monday, 16 Jan. 1911; transcribed by FoFG mz

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 15. – Mrs. Elizabeth Herrick, wife of Rev. B. F. Herrick of Anoka, died yesterday in Northwestern hospital. She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. J. A. Stretch and Mrs. William M. Crosse, both of Minneapolis. Mrs. Herrick returned about a week ago from the south, where she had been taken by Mrs. Crosse, with the hope that she might regain her health. She was taken to the hospital three days ago.


Isabel Elaine Hilden (10 Oct. 1917 – 17 Sept. 2005)
Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Tuesday, 20 Sept. 2005, page A5; Lorraine Markee collection; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

AMERY – Isabel Elaine Hilden, 88, of Amery, died Sept. 17, 2005, at Golden Age Manor in Amery.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Williamson Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 1 p.m. until service time Wednesday at the funeral home. Internment will be in Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis.

She was born Oct. 10, 1917, in Spencer to Frank and Jennie Pickett. She married Kenneth Hilden on July 19, 1947, and he predeceased her. She worked at Fort Snelling for many years, retiring early for health reasons.

She is survived by nieces and nephews.


June Hoium
Obituary appeared in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on March 7, 2010, Submitted by Kari Geiselhart, who adds: "June was the daughter of Swedish Immigrants Carl “Charlie” Frithjof and Anna C (Johnson) Benson"

Hoium, June (Benson), Age 85, of Bloomington. Preceded in death by Husband, Leo Benson and husband, Stanley Hoium, daughter, Barbara Benson, son-in-law, Jeff Holmes; siblings, Al Benson, Gladys Nelsestuen, Evelyn Sundelius and Margaret Herschbach. Survived by daughters, Beverly Holmes and Cheryl Paatela and husband, Jeff, grandchildren, James, Michael and Elizabeth Holmes, Ben and Aaron Paatela, Step-children, Linda Ream, Cindy Hoium, Stan Hoium, Brad Hoium and Tracy Hoium and their families; brother in law, Albert Herschbach. Funeral Service Wednesday (March 10) at 1pm at Morris Nilsen Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave S, Richfield. Interment Oak Hill. Visitation Tuesday 5:00 – 8:00 PM and one hour prior to service. A mother holds her children’s hands for awhile, their hearts forever.



Holler
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal", October 30, 1902 - KT - Sub. by FoFG

— Walton W., 017 Twelfth avenue N, 32 years.


William G. Hollins
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, PA)  Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1889, transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman. 

DIED.
HOLLINS. - On Sunday, November 3, at his home in Minneapolis, Minn., William G. Hollins, son of the late James B. and Mary A. Hollins of Philadelphia.



Curtiss E. Holmgren
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Holmgren, Curtiss E., age 66, of Rt. 2, Clearwater, MN, formerly of Mpls. Member of Minnehaha Lodge 165 & Zurah Temple of the Shrine. Survived by wife, Agnes C., son, David C. of Apple Valley, MN; sister, Jane Haberkorn of Simi Valley, CA, and 2 grandchildren. Services Tuesday at 12 noon at Peterson’s Nokomis Park Chapel, 1838 E. Minnehaha Pkwy. Visitation Monday 7-9 p.m. and prior to services. Internment National.

John W. Houch
Source: The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois February 26, 1953 - Thursday, pg 2 col 3 - Submitted by Melva Taylor

John William Houch, 71, a retired photographer, died Wednesday (25 Feb 1953) at the home of a sister, Mrs. Ida Dixon in Tampico. The private funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Gardner Chapel in Prophetstown, Rev. Keith Newman of the Yorktown Church of Christ will officiate, and burial will be at Yorktown cemetery. He was born at Hooppole, Sept. 19, 1881, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas Houch, and was educated in the rural schools there. He married Sadie Fillmore Hunter in Minneapolis in 1919, and lived there until coming to Tampico two years ago. He was photographer in Minneapolis and held membership in the Church of Christ Scientist. Surviving are five sisters, Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Lizzie Murphy, of Oliviet, Mich., Mrs. Roy Covell of Erie, Mrs. Emma Brants of Hooppole, and Mrs. Martha Teske of El Cajon, Calif.

Frank Humbe
Source: Duluth News Tribune (Sunday, 31 Dec. 1916) transcribed by FoFG MZ

BEMIDJI, Minn., Dec. 30. – Frank Humbe, age 55, died at the home of his brother in Minneapolis late last night, according to a telegram received by his widow here today. Mrs. Humble left immediately for the Twin Cities and will accompany the body back to this city.


Geo. Hun sons
Source: Warren Sheaf (Jan. 12, 1881) submitted by: fofg mb

Diptheria has invaded the home of Mr. Geo. Hun of Minneapolis, and robbed the family of two bright little boys, aged respectively six and eight years.



Elizabeth Iltner
Source: "The Quincy Whig, Tuesday, Apr 6, 1915, Page 10 - transcribed by Debbie Gibson

Mrs. Elizabeth Iltner, aged 68 years, died Saturday night at her home in St. Paul, Minn. She was born in Quincy and was a daughter of the late Rev. John M. Nippold. The family left here a number of years ago. Surviving are her husband and two children. The funeral and burial will take place in St. Paul, Minn.

George P. Irwin
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (December 8, 1908) submitted by Dena Whitesell

Dying Man at Engine Throttle
G. P. Irwin Expires Soon After Being Taken From Great Northern Train
Minneapolis, Dec. 7 - Unknown to passengers or trainmen, a dying man's hand controlled the throttle of the east bound Great Northern coast passenger train as it sped on its way from Robbinsdale to Clearwater Junction this afternoon. The dying man was George P. Irwin, the engineer who died a moment after he was taken from the engine in Minneapolis and placed in a hospital ambulance.
Irwin was found unconscious and leaning out of the cab window by his fireman George Ridgeway. Pulling the limp form of his companion back into the cab, Ridgeway noticed the engineer's skull was fractured. Holding the engineer in one arm he controlled the engine with the other and took the train into Clearwater Junction.
Irwin was supposed to have struck his head against a bridge railing as the train left Robbinsdale.


Clariet Lois Jacobson
Source: Jordan Independent (MN) - December 10, 2009 - submitted by a FoFG (NW)

Clariet (Clement) Jacobson, 82, of Prior Lake, passed away Friday Dec. 4, 2009 at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina.

Clariet was born Sept. 28, 1927 at Terrebonne, MN. Her parents were Theodore and Mae Clement. She married Milton Jacobson Aug. 25, 1951 at Minneapolis.

Clariet was charismatic and creative, but was best known mostly for her loving and nurturing ways. Clariet enjoyed ballroom dancing, she was a former instructor for Arthur Murray. She had a special knack for fashion and the arts. She enjoyed many things including playing cards (especially bridge), golfing, tennis, playing the piano, doing seamstress work, her Bible Study group, her love for animals, and traveling with her husband Milton.

She enjoyed socializing, especially her weekly visits to Sarah Care.

She is loved and forever missed by children, Janet Davis of Prior Lake, Judith (John) Jacobson-Williams of Minneapolis, Jill (Larry) Schommer of Prior Lake, Stuart (Kimberly Matson) Jacobson of Shakopee, Paul Jacobson of Prior Lake; grandchildren, Jessica Jacobson, Michael C.

Jacobson, Chelsea (Erica) Jernall, Jesse (Melissa) Davis, Desirae (Dusty) Feldten, Shayna Davis, Matthew Davis, Angela (Tyrone) Johnson, Danielle Williams, Luke (Abigail) Schommer, Katherina Schommer, Nicholas Schommer, Jacob Schommer, Kyle Matson Pidde; 19 great-grandchildren; brothers, James (Shirley) Clement of Pequot Lakes, Allen (Kathy) Clement of Grand Forks, ND, Daniel (Judy) Clement of Cross Lake, MN; sister, Darlene (Bayford) Leighton of Maplewood.

She is preceded in death by husband, Milton Jacobson; son, Michael Jacobson; grandson, Nathan Davis; parents, Theodore and Mae Clement; sister, Shirley Sande.

Visitation will be Thursday, Dec. 10 from 4-8 p.m. at Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, 4565 Pleasant St. SE, Prior Lake and also at the church one hour prior to services.
Mass of Christian Burial is Friday, Dec. 11 at 10:30 a.m. at Church of St. Michael, Prior Lake. Interment Credit River Cemetery, Prior Lake.
Funeral arrangements by Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, Prior Lake.



Robert Jamison
Source - Lawyers Notes - 1922, Submitted by Tina Easley

Sudden Death Of Former Minnesota Judge.—The sudden death of former Judge Robert Jamison of Minneapolis while returning from California is reported.
He was 63 years old, a native of Red Wing, and graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1880. He resigned from the 4th district bench in 1898 to resume private practice.

Bert Johnson
Source: Aberdeen American SD (26 Apr. 19121) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Redfield, April 25. – The remains of Bert Johnson, well known over the state as owner of hotels at Redfield, Mitchell and Canton, were brought here from Minneapolis where he died after a six weeks’ illness. The funeral, which was held from the Episcopal church was one of the largest attended ever held here. The deceased is survived by a widow, two sisters and an aged mother.


Charles W. Johnson
Source: Grand Forks Herald (1905-12-22) Transcribed and contributed by AFOFG FC

Colonel Johnson Is Dead
Took a Prominent Part in Minnesota Politics for Years
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 21. -- Colonel Charles W. Johnson, aged 65, prominent for many years in Minnesota State and also national politics, died today. Not since the fatal stroke of paralysis came has the county treasurer of Hennepin County been conscious. Mr. Johnson was for fifteen years a partner in a prominent local banking firm, and he has held public office as city clerk, county treasurer, chief clerk of the United States Senate, which position he held for twelve years, and secretary of the Minnesota State Senate.


Conrad Johnson
Source: Warren Sheaf (Jan. 12, 1881) submitted by fofg mb

Conrad Johnson, a Swede, was drowned at Minneapolis, while chopping ice that obstructed a tail race.


Helen B. Johnson
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 9 Feb. 1981; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Johnson, Helen B., age 63, of 4435 Parklawn Court, Edina. Survived by husband, Gordon; daughter, Sandra, sons, Rodney and Gary, sisters, Mrs. Tom (Ida) Gillies and Mrs. Mildred Ring, both of CA, brother, Clarence Nelson, St. Paul; grandchildren, Cami, Tracy, Jennifer and Mathew. Services Wednesday 2 p.m. Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 41st and Lyndale Av. S. Internment Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday beg. 4 p.m. at Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel, 3508 W. 50th St.


Stanley Jones
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Thursday, 9 Jan. 1919; transcribed by FoFG mz

AITKIN, Jan. 8. – Word has been received here of the death of Stanley Jones, the only son of Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Jones, at the Vendome hotel in Minneapolis of heart disease. Mr. Jones had been ill for six weeks and had just returned to the city to resume his duties as accountant at the Studebaker Vehicle company. Rev. Mr. Jones was pastor of the Congregational church in Aitkin and is well known in this county.



Mrs. I. B. Kinne
Source: Batavia Herald, 29 Aug. 1895, submitted by K. Torp

At Minneapolis, Aug. 26, Aged 58.
Died, at her home, in Minneapolis, Aug. 26, ’95, after a long illness, Mrs. I. B. KINNE, aged 58 years. Deceased was the mother of Mr. M. M. KINNE, of this city, and leaves two sons and her husband to mourn her death. She was a former resident of Batavia, but for the past few years her home has in Minneapolis. Funeral services were held Tuesday, at her home, and the remains were brought to Batavia (Kane County, Illinois) and interred in the West Side Cemetery, Wednesday.

Peter Kittlesland
Source: Aberdeen American SD (28 May 1914) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Peter Kittlesland, formerly of Mellette, was fatally injured by falling 40 feet from the Golden West hotel at Minneapolis during the Norwegian celebration.


Tillman Knapp
Source: Minneapolis Journal (21 Nov. 1898) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Tillman Knapp, a pioneer resident of Hennepin county, died yesterday at his home in Richfield. At the moment of death his wife and three children were with him. They are the Rev. Fr. Raphael of St. John’s college, near St. Cloud, and two daughters who are inmates of a convent near St. Cloud. Mr. Tillman was 70 years of age. He was one of the founders of St. Joseph’s church, Minneapolis.

The funeral will take place Tuesday morning, under the auspices of St. Joseph’s society, and requiem mass will be sung at St. Joseph’s church, Eleventh avenue N and Fourth street, at 9:30 o’clock. The burial will be at St. Mary’s cemetery.


Fr. Koeberl
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minn.) Wednesday, 22 Feb. 1899; transcribed by FoFG mz

The funeral of Father Koeberl of Sacred Heart church, Dayton Bluff, will be held from the church tomorrow morning. Father Koeberl had been in failing health for some months and his death at New Ulm Monday night was not unexpected. He was especially well known in St. Paul. He came there from his birthplace, Styria, Austria, Aug. 22, 1845, while still a young man, and spent several years of his life in city church work, after which he was missionary for southern Minnesota until he went to Sacred Heart church ten years ago.


Donald Dean Krause
Source: Sisseton Courier (Roberts County, SD) 25 Oct. 2006; submitted by Marla Zwakman

Abstract: Age 75, residence: Peever, SD
Born: 11 Feb. 1931 in Doland, SD
Died: 16 Oct. 2006 at home in Peever, SD
Parents: Richard Krause & Laurene Finch
Military: US Navy, Dec. 1950 – Oct. 1954
Marriage: 12 Aug. 1961 to Inez Wicklund in Minneapolis, MN
Employment: Republic Airlines
Children: Sheryl Baker, Duane & wife, Kim Krause, Claira & husband, Jeff Palm, Charles Krause
Siblings: Mrs. Twyla Tribbit, brothers, Clayton & wife, Ila May Krause, Leroy Krause & Arlyn and wife, Ann Krause
7 grandchildren
Preceded in death by parents, 2 infant children, 3 brothers, & 1 sister


Julce Lacroix
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Friday, 6 Mar. 1896) transcribed by FoFG mz

Anoka, Minn., March 6. – Julce Lacroix, one of Hennepin county’s best-known farmers and for many years in the farm implement business in Anoka, died at his home in Dayton yesterday after a sickness lasting many months. He leaves two daughters, one noted as a vocalist, the other the wife of Attorney Fontaine, of Minneapolis. The funeral occurs tomorrow.



Arthur Landrigan
Published in The Daily Plainsman, Huron, South Dakota on Friday, March 2, 1962. Submitted by Karen Seeman

Yale -- Funeral service were held recently for Arthur J. Landrigan, 69, who died Feb 23, at Robinsdale, Minn. Burial was made in Glenhaven Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Landrigan had been depot agent at Robinsdale for 15 years and had been employed by the Great Northern Railway for almost 50 years. He had previously been depot agent at Yale, Huron, and Wilow Lake. He was a member of the Compass Lodge No. 265, A.F. and A.M
Survivors include his widow, Cora L. two sons, Robert B., Hermann, Minn.; and Roland W., California, one sister, Mrs. Bertha Schfroth, Kankakee, Ill., one brother, Bernard W., Phoenix, Arz.; a niece, Mrs. Chet Farrell, rural Huron.

J. P. Larson
Source: Duluth News Tribune (Tuesday, 2 June 1908) transcribed by FoFG mz

BAGLEY, Minn., June 1. – Word came to the coroner today that the body of one J. P. Larson was found at the town of Greenwood, where he was drowned a few days ago and the body had been in the water since that time. The indications are that Larson was out on a stream nearby fishing and his boat was capsized and he was drowned. Larson had been recently married and was living on a homestead.


Jonette Larson
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Thursday, 6 Jan. 1920) transcribed by FoFG mz

BRAINERD – Mrs. Jonette Larson, 71,wife of Louis Larson, Long Lake township, died of cancer. She leaves husband, two sons, Charles and Ole Larson of Brainerd, two daughters, Mrs. Julius Dahl, Brainerd and Mrs. Odin Naustvold, Walker. Brother, B. Davidson, lives in Superior, Wis. Funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at Long Lake Lutheran church, Rev. M. L. Hostager officiating.


S. M. Lewis
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Tuesday, 8 June 1920; transcribed by FoFG mz

BEMIDJI, June 7. – Five weeks ago, S. M. Lewis, 44, formerly of Minneapolis, made his first trip to Bemidji, to take charge of the Stellar Co., a new manufacturing company here, and was married to a Minneapolis girl shortly after his arrival.

He died in a local hospital yesterday from typhoid fever that developed after he had been stricken with pneumonia.

His body will be sent to Sparta, Wis., where funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon.

Besides his widow, he is survived by a brother in Fergus Falls and another in Washington.


Wanelda Lavonne Lienhard
Source: Star Tribune (16 Sept. 2004) submitted by Marla Zwakman

Abstract: Age 74, resident of Minneapolis
Died: Sept. 14, 2004 / Cause of death: cancer
Parents: Laurene & Richard Krause
Preceded in death by brothers, Darrold, Dale, Marvin; 1 infant brother and sister
Spouse: Arthur Lienhard, married 53 years
Children: Linda (Paul) Barros, Doug Lienhard, Nancy (Donald) Gillum, Elaine (Dennis) Barr
Grandchildren: Crystal Lienhard, Rebecca & Jennifer Gillum, Jessica & Michael Barros Siblings: Twylla Tribitt; Donald (Inez), Arlyn (Annie), Clayton (Ila Mae), Leroy (Susan) Krause
Internment: Lakeview Cemetery, Clear Lake, South Dakota


Herbert E. Lilienthal
Source: Pocahontas Star Herald, Pocahontas, AR (Jan 14, 1993) submitted by Freda Roberts.

MAYNARD, AR--HERBERT E. LILIENTHAL, 77, of Maynard, died in Randolph County Medical Center, Thursday, Jan. 7, 1993. He was born April 22, 1915 at Minneapolis, Minn., a son of the late Emil and Mitiltia Lilienthal.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Mellberg Lilienthal, of the home; a son, David Lilienthal of Westland, Mich.; three daughters, Debby Lilienthal of Maynard, Dorsie Eschelbach of Brighton, Mich. and Janet Smith of Novi, Mich.; a sister, Dorothy Harris of Dearfield, Mich.; and nine grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Chapel of McNabb Funeral Home with Ray Lee and Luther Petty officiating. Burial followed in Maynard Cemetery.


Michael Lobner
Source: Grand Forks Herald (1 Nov. 1905) submitted by FoFG MZ

Michael Lobner, of Minneapolis, died at the county hospital Monday night from the effects of exposure. He had been very sick for several weeks and feeling a little better, against the advice of his physician, he returned to work with a threshing crew, but suffered a relapse and was taken to the hospital, where he died. His parents are said to reside at 222 Hennepin avenue.


Floyd Lundeen
Source: Winona Daily Republican (Monday, 15 Oct. 1900 transcribed by Marla Zwakman

MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 15. – Floyd Lundeen died at St. Barnabas’ hospital, as the result of being shot by highwaymen at Appleton, Minn. The alleged footpads are now under arrest at Appleton.


E. J. Mattson
Source: Winona Daily Republican (19 Sept. 1896) transcribed by Marla Zwakman

MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 19, - E. J. Mattson, day clerk at the National hotel, died Friday. A few moments after his death word was received at the hotel that Mattson’s uncle in the East had died, leaving a fortune of $1,500,000 to Mattson and a sister, who lives in the East. The uncle was known as an eccentric man with anarchistic beliefs, but who had always had a great affection for his nephew. The news that he had left him a fortune by his will was, therefore, no surprise.


infant Maylone
Source: Askov American (6 Apr. 1916) transcribed by FoFG mz

BRUNO
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maylone died Wednesday at their home in Minneapolis. The body was brought to the home of Mrs. Maylone and laid to rest in the Swedish cemetery. Rev. Barr preached the funeral service.


Dr. D. W. McNabb
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Thursday, 29 Dec. 1910; transcribed by FoFG mz

Minneapolis Man Dies in Cass Lake
CASS LAKE, Minn., April 7. – Dr. W. McNabb, a traveling representative of the Twin City Optical company of Minneapolis, died here last night of acute alcoholism. McNabb had been in Cass Lake about 10 days. He was 57 years old and leaves a wife and three children who reside somewhere in Michigan. He is said to have stated that he was without funds but Coroner Miskella found upon examination of his personal effects three postal savings certificated aggregating $80. The body is being held here awaiting word from relatives as to its disposition.


Charles Miller
Source: Duluth News Tribune (Thursday, 23 May 1912) transcribed by FoFG mz

Charles Miller, aged 28 years, son of the late A. J. Miller of Grand Marais, died yesterday at Minneapolis after a short illness. The body will be brought to Duluth today. He is survived by three sisters who are Mrs. D. M. Stevenson, 3501 Gladstone street, this city, and Mrs. T. G. Alm and Mrs. J. D. Scott, both of Grand Marais. Arrangements for the funeral will be made today.



Mitchell
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal", October 30, 1902 - KT - Sub. by FoFG

— Joseph. 3005 W Forty-third street, 75 years.

John L. Montgomery
Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Monday, 31 Jan. 1938, page 6; Lorraine Markee collection; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Minneapolis – Word was received here Saturday of the death in Los Angeles of Dr. John L. Montgomery, native of Eau Claire, Wis., and former physician at Minneapolis. Dr. Montgomery, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, worked his way through school as a professional light-heavyweight boxer.


W. T. Mooney
Source: Eau Claire Leader (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wis.) 22 Apr. 1903; transcribed by FoFG mz

Dies in Minneapolis
W. T. Mooney, formerly of the town of Union, but later employed as a coal wagon driver in Minneapolis, dropped dead at 6:30 o'clock last Saturday in front of the company's office, Twenty-ninth and First Avenue South. He was standing in his empty wagon box talking to a companion when, without warning, he fell backward. He was taken at once to his home, but was dead before medical help arrived. Heart trouble was thought to be the cause of his death. The deceased leaves to mourn his loss, a widow, residing in Minneapolis, Wm. Mooney, Misses McGue and John McGue of Eau Claire.


D. F. Morgan
Source: The Minneapolis journal. (April 27, 1903) submitted by Dawn Minard

D.F. Morgan is Dead
The End Came This Afternoon at His Home in Kenwood
Severe Professional Labors Brought On the Malady Which Proved Fatal.
D. F. Morgan, counsel of the Northwestern Telephone Exchange company; and former state senator, died at his Kenwood home at 2:30 p. m. to-day. Last Friday Mr. Morgan returned from a business trip to Chicago suffering from an illness resembling apoplexy. Since then he has hardly been conscious, and great alarm was felt for him from the first. He grew steadily worse until the end came this afternoon. He had been a sufferer from heart trouble for years. He was 49 years old.

OF REVOLUTIONARY STOCK
His Ancestors Migrated From Wales in Colonial Times.
Darius F. Morgan was born in 1854 in Jackson county, Iowa. His paternal ancestors were New England farmers, who migrating from Wales about the middle of the eighteenth century, played a conspicuous part in the revolution. By his mother Ruth Duprey of Meadvllle, Pa., he was descended from a French Huguenot family, which in early colonial times fled from persecution at home to the hospitable shores of the new world. His father, Harley Morgan, was a native of Vergennes, Vt. but in 1842 brought his family west to the Mississippi valley, settling first in Jackson county and fourteen years later in Winneshiek county, Iowa, in which latter county young Morgan spent his boyhood and youth, and laid the foundation of a substantial education in the common schools. In 1876, until which time he had lived with his father, working on the farm in summer and going to school in winter, he began to study law and in the fall of 1877 he was admitted to the bar at Austin, Minn., which city had now been his home for almost a year and where he supported himself as a student as a reporter in Judge Page's court. A year after admission to the bar he went to Albert Lea, where he formed a professional partnership with John A. Lovely, which lasted for ten years. In November 1888, Mr. Morgan was elected to represent Freeborn county In the lower house of the legislature, and in the session of 1889 he was chairman- of the committee on appropriations. In 1890 Mr. Morgan removed to Minneapolis, where he formed a partnership in law with W. H. Eustis which lasted until Mr. Eustis was elected mayor of Minneapolis in November. 1892. In 1893 the firm of Hale, Morgan & Montgomery was organized, and it became in a short time one of the strongest at the Hennepin bar. In 1894 Mr. Morgan was sent to the state senate from the thirty-second district, comprising the Minneapolis fifth and sixth wards, for a term of four years. In the sessions of 1895 and 1897 he served with distinction as a member of the Judiciary committee of the senate. In 1895 he was, in addition, chairman of the finance committee. In 1897 he was chairman of the committee on corporations and a member of the committee on taxes and tax laws. These are among the most important committees of the senate.
Mr. Morgan early became attached to the republican party. His eloquence made him a power on the stump, and his good judgment and conservatism made him useful in party counsel. For almost eighteen years he was a member of the county and state central committees. In 1876 Mr. Morgan was married to Miss Ella M. Hayward of Waukon,
and a son and two daughters were born of the union. In March, 1893. Mrs. Morgan died, and after almost three years had passed by. Mr. Morgan married again. The present Mrs. Morgan was Lizette F. Davis, of Auburn, N. Y. Senator Morgan belonged to but one secret society, the Elks. He attended Gethsemane Episcopal Church with his family.



Robbie Moles
Source: The Henry Republican (IL) 29 Jan. 1874 - Submitted by Nancy Piper

At Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jan. 19, Robbie Moles, aged 12 years, adopted son of John N. Horder, formerly of this city.

Mitchell Mousseau
Source: Aberdeen Daily News SD (7 Oct. 1904) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Minneapolis, Oct. 6. – Mitchell Mousseau, assistant superintendent of the Twin City Rapid Transit company died very suddenly during the morning, death being due to heart failure. Mr. Mousseau was one of the oldest employes of the street railway company having been in its service since its formation in 1875. He started as a car driver and steadily worked his way up. He was born in Minneapolis in 1845.


Henry J. Neils
Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) 6 Mar 1988; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Henry J. Neils, 91, former chairman and chief executive officer at Flour City Architectural Metals Co. and founder of the Aluma Craft Boat Co., died Wednesday at his winter home in Palm Desert, Calif. He was an Edina resident for the past 10 years and had lived in Minneapolis before that.

Neils joined Flour City in 1917 as a tractor mechanic. His father-in-law, Eugene Tetzlaff, started the company as a blacksmith shop in 1893, but it eventually became a supplier of wrought and cast iron, bronze and aluminum ornamental work.



Noble
Source: "The Minneapolis Journal", October 30, 1902 - KT - Sub. by FoFG

— Hester A., 2700 Hennepin avenue, 72 years.

Joseph L. Olson
Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Saturday, 3 Nov. 2007; contributed by Ron Flink & transcribed by Marla Zwakman

UNITY -- Joseph L. Olson, 85, of 360 W. Clark St., Unity, died Oct. 30, 2007, at Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, 2007, at Colby United Methodist Church. Pastor Mara Pehkonen will officiate. Private interment will be in the Town of Brighton Cemetery, Unity.

Visitation with the family will be from 10 a.m. until service time Nov. 10 at the church.

The Cremation Society of Wisconsin assisted the family with the arrangements.

Joseph was born May 16, 1922, in Tomahawk to Peter M. and Caroline M. (Johnson) Olson. He was a graduate of Owen High School. He and Edna A. (Lube) Luther exchanged wedding vows on Sept. 6, 1950, in Minneapolis.

After high school, he worked as a milk hauler and logger for his brother John Olson of Unity. He was inducted into the U.S. Army on Oct. 24, 1942. He served with Company A, 6th Armored Infantry, as a light machine gunner in Tunisia, Naples, Rome and Anzio. He was discharged on Nov. 17, 1945. He returned to Unity following his discharge and was employed as a truck driver for St. Croix Rods and Reels. He retired as shipping foreman from Packaging Corp. of America in Colby.

Joseph was a past member and officer of the Unity Fire Department, the village board and Commercial Club of Unity, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. He liked to play cards, read and be with family, neighbors and friends.

Joe was an excellent cook and a good friend. In prior years, he was an avid gardener. He spent many years as the sole caregiver to his wife, Edna, who succumbed to Alzheimer's in 2001.

Surviving are two sons, Steve (Carol) Luther, Colby, and Daniel (Barb) Olson, Eugene, Ore.; one daughter, Lori (Jim) Brodhagen, Abbotsford; 10 grandchildren, Ann (Troy) Schmitt, Matthew (Brandi) Luther, Steffanie (Steve) Murphy, Jennifer (Nate) Oscar, Justin (Vanessa) Luther, Bret (Gina) Olson, Travis Olson, Hailey (Zach) Nelson, Whitney Brodhagen and Mary Brodhagen; and seven great-grandchildren, Samuel, Alex, Henry, Eli Schmitt, Maria Luther, June Oscar and Garrett Nelson. He is further survived by his sister-in-law, Margaret Lube; and brother-in-law, John Reich.

Joe was preceded in death by his wife, Edna Olson, on Dec. 26, 2001; and eight brothers and sisters, Elvina Moore and Anne Odegard, both of Merrill, Lionel Olson, Chippewa, John Olson, Unity, Harold Olson, Palmyra, Clare Blumenstein, La Crosse, Kathryn Larson, Chetek, and Louise, Ashland.

Catherine Cox Patten
Source: The Arizona Daily Star, June 6, 1997, submitted by C. Horton

Catherine Cox Patten, (Mrs. T.M.), born in Rolla, MO May 18, 1914, died in Minneapolis, MN June 2, 1997. Daughter of Guy Henry Cox and Kittie Mae Gates Cox. Predeceased by parents; husband, Tillman Mark Patten; brother, Kenneth Cox, Sr.; granddaughter, Susan Mueller. Survived by children and their families, Patricia (William) Mueller, MN and children, Gregory, Ann and Carolyn, Frances Patten, CA and son, Sean, John Patten, OR, David (Marcia) Patten, WA and daughters, Heather (John) Doty and their son, Trajan, Catherine, Jane and Bethany. Also survived by nephew, Kenneth (Joyce) Cox, OK and their daughters, Amy and Dinah and by cousin, Shirley (Robert) Wilkening, CO. During the years that Catie Patten lived in Tucson she was active in Grace Episcopal Church, WAAIME, Eastern Star, League of Women Voters, Stephens College Alumni and Gamma Phi Beta Mothers Club. She was fortunate in having many fine dear friends. Interment at South Lawn Cemetery. Service, Fall 1997. 



Rudy Perpich
Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - September 22, 1995 - Contributed by Janice Rice

MINNESOTA LOSES A LEGEND//DEATH: PASSING STUNS FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES
Rudy Perpich, the immigrant miner's son who emerged from the rough-and-tumble of Iron Range politics to become the state's longest-serving governor and one of its most popular and enigmatic political leaders, died Thursday at his Minnetonka home.
Family members said Perpich, 67, died of cancer.
The death of one of Minnesota's political legends stunned friends and associates who were unaware the former governor had been ill, and it marked the end of a three-decade era during which Perpich either stood at center stage of public life or not far from it.
''We won't see another one like him,'' said former Perpich press secretary Ray Bohn.
Gov. Arne Carlson, who defeated Perpich in 1990, ordered state flags flown at half staff.
''On a personal level, I consider Rudy Perpich a friend and believe he will be sorely missed,'' said Carlson, who added that Perpich's legacy ''includes bringing the Mall of America to Minnesota, championing open enrollment for Minnesota students and hosting Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in St. Paul.''
According to the Hennepin County medical examiner's office, Perpich died at five minutes after noon Thursday. A statement by the examiner's office said, ''Former governor Perpich succumbed to natural causes at his residence today. Family members were in attendance at that time.'' An official said Perpich suffered from colon cancer.
Funeral arrangements were pending late Thursday. Perpich's wife, Lola, issued a short statement that said: ''Rudy died today of cancer. We will send out an advisory with full details as soon as we have made the necessary arrangements. Thank you for your forbearance.''
Charm and original ideas
Those who worked with Perpich recalled a charming man filled with a mixture of forward thinking and bizarre ideas, a leader for whom many Minnesotans felt an enduring fondness.
''He really had an upbeat attitude that was genuine,'' said Senate Majority Leader Roger Moe. ''He hugged more people and more people hugged him than any other person I've known in politics.''
One of Perpich's closest political allies over the years has been state Sen. Doug Johnson, DFL-Cook, who remembered Perpich as a man who rarely slept and was always in motion.
And while people sometimes scoffed at his ideas, Perpich was ahead of his time, he said.
Ron Jerich, a lobbyist and longtime Perpich family friend, was one of the few who thought something might be amiss.
''I first suspected something was wrong a couple of weeks ago when he called and said he loved us,'' said Jerich. ''But they were private people and you have to respect that and if they wanted you to know something they would tell you. ... Minnesota just suffered a tragic loss.''
An advocate for women
When Perpich picked Marlene Johnson as his running mate in 1982, he created a ticket that led to electing the state's first woman lieutenant governor. He also appointed more women to the state Supreme Court, leaving it with a female majority, and named a record number of women to state boards and commissions.
Johnson, now an administrator with the U.S. General Services Administration in Washington, D.C., said, ''I think we will be hard-pressed to ever have another governor with the energy and drive he had.''
Perpich was born June 27, 1928, in Carson Lake, Minn., near Hibbing. The Iron Range country would become the center of his political world and the roller-coaster economy would fashion his populist political outlook.
In 1946 he graduated from Hibbing High School, and two years later entered the Army. After being discharged he received a degree in dentistry from Marquette University. But politics, not dentistry, quickly became his career focus.
In 1954, Perpich and Lola Simic of Keewatin were married. They had two children, Mary Sue and Rudy Jr., who, along with Lola, survive Perpich.
After a decade on the Hibbing Board of Education, Perpich was elected to the Minnesota Senate in 1962. He served until 1970, when he became lieutenant governor on the DFL ticket with Wendell Anderson.
Political controversy
It was as lieutenant governor that Perpich participated in one of the most controversial events in recent political history, when Gov. Anderson resigned in order to have himself appointed to a vacancy in the U.S. Senate. In December 1976, Perpich became governor, appointed Anderson to the Senate and held the governor's post until his defeat in 1978 by Al Quie in what was dubbed the ''Minnesota Massacre'' when DFLers lost the governor's office, two U.S. Senate seats and control of the Minnesota House.
In the wake of that defeat, Perpich moved to Austria as an official of a Control Data subsidiary and returned in 1982 to be elected to one of two four-year terms that would make him the state's longest-serving governor with 10 years of service.
In 1990, after earlier saying he didn't plan to run again, Perpich reversed course and announced he wanted an unprecedented full third term. That began a tumultuous political year unlike anything Minnesota had seen. Independent-Republicans endorsed Jon Grunseth, who withdrew from the race as the result of a sex scandal shortly before the election. Grunseth's abrupt withdrawal placed Carlson on the IR ballot and after a two-week campaign, Perpich lost and headed once more for private life.
But that did not mean obscurity, never a word associated with Perpich. Soon after the election he moved to Paris to work in international trade. He was for a time an associate of the late British publishing magnate Robert Maxwell and at one time was reported to be interested in becoming a high official in the Croatian government.
In 1994 Perpich hinted strongly he was planning a rematch with Carlson, and announced he wasn't running only shortly before the deadline for filing for the office, surprising the news media. Perpich announced he would be a candidate in 1998 instead.

Charles Alfred Pillsbury
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1898-1899, Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth Press, 1899. Transcribed by Kim Mohler

CHARLES ALFRED PILLSBURY. Born, Oct. 3, 1842, Warner, N.H. Son of George Alfred and Margaret (Carleton) Pillsbury. Fitted at Colby Academy, New London, N.H. Engaged in wholesale produce business, Montreal, 1863-69; went to Minneapolis, Minn., and began milling business with a small plant in 1869. His father, brother, and uncle became his partners later, and the business was continued under the name of Charles A. Pillsbury and Company until the acquisition of the property by an English syndicate in 1890, which united the plant with the Washburn milling interest and placed Mr. Pillsbury at the head of the new organization as general manager. He was president of the Minneapolis & Northern, and the Empire & Atlantic Elevator companies, and the Saint Anthony and the Dakota companies. Served in the senate of Minn., 1877-87.

Died, Sept. 17, 1899, Minneapolis, Minn., of heart disease.

Married, Sept. 12, 1866, Mary A. Sinson. Children: George Alfred, died 1870; Margie C., died 1881; Charles S. and John S.
 


John S. Pillsbury
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer (19 Oct. 1901) Transcribed and contributed by: AFOFG FC

Ex-Governor Pillsbury of Minnesota Dead
Former Governor of the State for Three Terms and a Millionaire
Minneapolis, Oct. 18. -- John S. Pillsbury, former Governor of Minnesota and one of the State’s foremost citizens, died early today of Bright’s disease. He was over 73.
Governor Pillsbury was a member of the famous family of flour millers and left a large fortune. He served three terms as Governor, from 1876 to 1882.
Among his numerous benefactions was his gift to the University of Minnesota of its $150,000 Science Hall.


Sampson Augustus Reed
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1910-1911, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

Class of 1874 – SAMPSON AUGUSTUS REED. B. 8 Dec., 1849, Boston, Mass. Lawyer. D. 31 May, 1908, Minneapolis, Minn.


Goodwin E. Roise
Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune (Hennepin County, Minn.) 17 Aug. 2003; submitted by Marla Zwakman

Abstract: age 64, resident of Crystal
Preceded in death by wife, Peggy & parents, Carl & Hulda, stepmother, Marie
Daughter: Cecelia
Brother: Laurel (Arlene)
Sister: Karen (David) Lystrom


Maria Sanford
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (1920-04-22) Transcribed and contributed by AFOFG FC

Best Known Woman in Minnesota Is Dead
Washington, April 21. -- Dr. Maria Sanford, professor emeritus of the University of Minnesota, and the best known woman in Minnesota, was found dead in her bed at the home of Senator Knute Nelson today. She was 83 years old.
Miss Sanford, who came here to attend the Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution, apparently was in good health when she retired last night.
When members of Senator Nelson’s household went to her bedroom today to summon her to breakfast, it was found that she was dead.
Physicians were called. They said death was due to heart disease, probably caused by overexertion.
Miss Sanford was one of the leading women educators of the country. She was born at Old Saybrook, Conn., 83 years ago and was professor of history at Swarthmore College from 1871 to 1880, coming to the University of Minnesota faculty in 1880 and retiring as professor emeritus in 1909.


Simeon B. Saries
Source: Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at its 53rd Annual Meeting held November 9, 1905 (published 1906) Wisconsin Necrology, 1904-05; pages 130-142; by Mary Stuart Foster, Library Assistant; transcribed by FoFG mz

Born at Mechanicsville, N.Y., February 8, 1831. Came to Wisconsin in 1842. Died at Minneapolis, Minn., April 9, 1905.


Alyce Mae Saunders
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) 30 Apr. 2004; submitted by Marla Zwakman

Abstract: "Ally", age 75
Died: April 28, 2004
Preceded in death by her husband, Reggie
Children: Bill & Rita, Sue & Curt, Sherry, Sandy & Mike, Mona, Mary & John, and David & Jeanette
Grandchildren: Jonathon, Michael, Crystal and Megan
Sisters: Jane Wicker, Jule Seaman and Billie
Past president of the Seaman/Gilfoy VFW Post #9562 Auxiliary
Interment at Ft. Snelling, Minneapolis
*** Note: Alyce was born 20 June 1928 in Hennepin County.


Reggie Saunders
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Monday, 11 Aug. 1980; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Saunders, Reggie, age 56, of 4649 Portland Av. S. Survived by wife, Alyce, sons, Bill, David, daughters, Sue, Sherry, Sandy, Mona, Mrs. John (Mary) Burgard; sisters, Mrs. Robert (Julie) Backstrom, Mrs. Arnold (Mary) Borschell; nephew, Mike. Funeral service 1 p.m. Tues. at the Waterston Funeral Home, 4343 Nicollet. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Mon. Internment Fort Snelling Cemetery.
Note: Reginald was born 30 May 1924 in Washington County, Minnesota and died Aug. 8, 1980.



Ronald W. Schilling Sr.
Submitted by "The Schillings"

Schilling, Ronald W. - Sr. Age 63, 1939-2003 Husband, Father & Grandpa On Jan. 14, 2003, of Maplewood, formerly of Decatur, IL. Survived by loving wife of 40 years, Mary; sons, Ronald Jr. (Maureen) of White Bear Lake, Todd (Julie) of Brooklyn Park, Chad (Kim) of Amery; daughters, Ronda (Larry) of Blooming Prairie, Dawn (Robert) Avery of Hudson; grandchildren, Shane, Travis, Elizabeth, Honor, Hayden, Renee, Zachary, Aaron, Olivia and Isaiah; brothers, Fred (Sheila) and Larry; also many other loving relatives and friends. Funeral Service 11AM Friday. Visitation 4-7PM Thursday, all at ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME, 8108 Barbara Ave., IGH. Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery. ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME Inver Grove Heights 651-455-2035.


Larry A. Schilling
Published in the Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota on 3/14/2004, submitted by "The Schillings"

Schilling, Larry A. - 'El Tigre' Age 63 of Costa Rica Formerly of St. Paul Passed away March 11, 2004. Retired UPS driver. Preceded in death by parents, Frederick & Doris; brother Ron. Survived by children, Jim (Chanel), Tom (Pam), Susan (Jeff) Wigen; brother Fred (Sheila); grandchildren, James Whitney, Rowan & Wyatt; several nieces and nephews; many wonderful friends. Larry loved his career with UPS and all of the friendships he made. He retired to the paradise of Costa Rica, where he also had many special friends. Larry was truly one of a kind, and will be missed by all that knew him. Memorials preferred in lieu of flowers. Interment Lakewood Cemetery. Funeral Service Friday Noon at Lakewood Chapel, 36th Street & Hennepin, S. Minneapolis. Visitation 1/2 Hour prior at Lakewood and Thursday 5-8 PM at: WASHBURY - MCREAVY Strobeck Johnson 1400 Main St., Hopkins 952-938-9020.

Wm. C. Schmidt
Source: Duluth News Tribune (Duluth, MN) Thursday, 9 Sept. 1909; transcribed by FoFG mz

MORA, Minn., Sept. 8. – Word has reached here today that Wm. C. Schmidt, of Pomroytown, this county, had been discovered dead in a floating boat on Lake Pomroy. Heart disease is supposed to have been the cause of death. Mr. Schmidt did not return to supper and search was made for him with the above result. He was a man 70 years of age and leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his death. The remains were taken to Osseo, Minn., for burial.


Gary Arthur Schwantes
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4 Mar. 2007; submitted by Marla Zwakman

Abstract: age 66, resident of Richfield
Died: February 28, 2007
Member of Jehovah's Witnesses
Preceded in death by mother, Lois Schwantes and father, Arthur Schwantes
Survived by daughter, Michelle Schwantes and her mother, Karin Schwantes
Sister: Carla (Bob) Scholtes
Brother: David (Jeanette) Arlo
Cremated


Arthur Francis Seaman
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) 11 Sept. 2007; submitted by Marla Zwakman

Abstract: age 84, resident of Minneapolis
Member of American Legion Post 435 and Fred Babcock VFW Post 5555. Life member of A.S.U.
Survived by wife, Jule
Children: Nancy Soderman, Barb (Steve) Versoi, and Thomas (Hollie) Hollaman
6 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren
Sister: Lois (Richard) Haynes of Calif.
Interment at Fort Snelling, Minneapolis
Note: Arthur was born 17 Jan. 1923 in Hennepin County, married Julie Gladys Flink on 3 Apr. 1948, died 10 Sept. 2007 in Minneapolis.


Minnie Adelyn Sewell
Source: The Princeton Union (Princeton, MN) Thursday, November 30, 1899; submitted by Jim Dezotell

Mrs. George M. Sewell, formerly Miss Minnie Adelyn Stowell, died Sunday are her home in Minneapolis of acute tuberculosis. The funeral occurred Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Sewell resided for several years during her childhood in Princeton and her death will be regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. She had studied for the stage and had met with considerable success in her chosen line.


Mrs. Edward Sheagreen
Source: Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minn.) Friday, 14 May 1897; transcribed by FoFG mz

Willmar, Minn., May 14. – Mrs. Edward Sheagreen, wife of the chief clerk in the Great Northern office, died yesterday of paralysis of the brain. Mrs. Sheagreen was prominent in Willmar society. The body will be taken to Minneapolis for internment.


Hugh Short
Source: Grand Forks Herald (20 June 1913) submitted by FoFG MZ

Minneapolis, Minn., June 20. – Hugh L. Short, 81 years old, a member of the First Iowa cavalry during the Civil war, died Tuesday at his home, 2200 Sixteenth avenue south. Three daughters, Mrs. Benjamin F. Yeates of Minneapolis, Mrs. Trumbull White of New York city and Miss Avy Short of Chinook, Mont., and one son, H. C. Short of Medora, N.D., survive him.

Mr. Short was born in Lawrence, Ind., and at an early age went to Iowa, where he engaged in farming. Mrs. Short died eighteen years ago.

The body was taken to Winterset, Iowa, the family home, for burial.


Theodore Shotwell
Source: Minneapolis Journal (30 June 1899) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Theodore Shotwell, 71 years old, member of the old firm of Shotwell, Cleribew & Lohmann, died of heart disease yesterday on the steamer North-West while on his way east to spend the summer. He leaves a wife and stepson. The family residence was at 902 Seventh street SE.


James Austin Smith
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1901-1902, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler

JAMES AUSTIN SMITH. Born, Nov. 4, 1821, Hartland, Vt. Son of Daniel and Polly (Minor) Smith. He was a physician and druggist in Hanover, from 1852 to 1868. In the latter year he removed to Minneapolis. He went from Minneapolis to National City, Cal., in 1884, retiring at that time from active business.

Died, Oct. 22, 1901, of inflammation of the bowels, at National City, Cal.

Married, Lucy F. Session, 1847.


James Wilfred Splettstoesser
Source: From the memorial leaflet; contributed by Jacque McDonnell

JAMES WILFRED SPLETTSTOESSER
Birth: March 2, 1917 (Chaska, MN)
Parents: Alexander & Theresa (Sherman) Splettstoesser
Marriage: Dolores Marie Thul (November 21, 1945; (St. Thomas Church, Minneapolis, MN). Six children.
Death: March 6, 1989 (Los Angeles, CA)
Age: 72 yrs 4 ds
Funeral: Monday, March 13, 1989 (St. Mary's Catholic Church, Highmore, SD)
Burial: Black Hills National Cemetery (Sturgis, SD)
Education: Guardian Angel School (Chaska, MN); Dunwoody Institute (Minneapolis, MN)
Occupation: Sully Buttes Telephone Cooperative; retired 1980.
Military: U. S. Army (WWII; 27 months, Silver Star)
Locations: Hoven, SD; Highmore (1957)
Organizations/Civic: St. Mary's Catholic Church; Grand Knight of the Father Gorman Knights of Columbus Council; past commander, District 10 commander, area vice commander of Frank Vopat American Legion Post; baseball umpire
Preceded in death by: parents, sister (Angelianne), wife

[Survivor information omitted for privacy]


Johanna Stack
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, Minn.) Monday, 22 Aug. 1914; transcribed by FoFG mz

ANOKA, Minn., Aug. 21. – Mrs. Johanna Stack is dead after three years’ illness of cancer. She was born in Limerick county, Ireland, in 1830. She married Patrick Stack in 1867 at St. Anthony and came to Anoka the afternoon of her marriage and moved into the home where she had lived ever since. She left a daughter, Mrs. Rich Dwyer.


Levi Merrick Stewart
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1907-1908, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

Class of 1853 – LEVI MERRICK STEWART. B. 10 Dec., 1827, Corinna, Me. Lawyer and real estate owner. D. 3 May, 1910, Minneapolis, Minn.


Taly Thoralson
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Saturday, 26 Oct. 1907; transcribed by FoFG mz

AITKIN, Minn., Oct. 25. – Taly Thoralson, believed to be a wholesale grocer living at 2829 Lyndale avenue north, Minneapolis, was found dead in his room in the Millard hotel here last evening. He was on his way to Sandy Lake on a hunting excursion and arrived on the early train yesterday morning. After going to his room nothing more was seen of him. Coroner George gave it as his opinion that death was caused by apoplexy.


Rev. Otis Henry Tiffany D.D.
Source: Minnesota Society, Sons of the American Revolution : year book : 1889-1895 St. Paul, Minn.: Printed by the McGill Print. Co., 1895; transcribed by KT

Born at Baltimore, Md., July 3, 1825, and died at Minneapolis, October 24, 1891. He prepared for college at Baltimore, and graduated from Dickinson College, at Carlisle, Penn., in the class of 1846. He was professor of mathematics in his Alma Mater from 1847 to 1857, during which time he was ordained to the ministry, and ever after devoted himself to that work. He was early recognized as one of the foremost men in the Methodist Episcopal Church of America. He held pastorates of the best churches in Baltimore, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York and Washington, previous to his coming to Minneapolis in 1889. Dickinson College conferred the degree of D. D., in 1859. He was a Mason, well-known among the craft, a courteous Knight Templar, a Companion of the Loyal Legion, and a Pastor who held the esteem of all who knew him. He was admitted a member of this society, June 17, 1891.


Clara H. Title
Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Friday, 3 Nov. 2006, page 2A; Lorraine Markee Collection; transcribed by Marla Zwakman

MEDFORD – Clara H. Title, 88, of Medford died Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006, at Memorial Health Center.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Medford. Burial will be in Medford Evergreen Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until service time Saturday at the church.

Hemer Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

She was born March 1, 1918, in Minneapolis to Carl and Olga (Jensen) Olson. She married Joseph Title Jr., on May 26, 1938. He preceded her in death on April 12, 2006. Clara worked as a nurse at Memorial Hospital of Taylor County for about 10 years. She and her husband owned and operated Old Corner’s Bar and Dance Hall from 1951 until her retirement.

She is survived by her son, Gene Title of the town of Browning.


Irving Todd
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Friday, 14 Oct. 1921) transcribed by FoFG mz

Minneapolis, Oct. 13. – Irving Todd, 80, editor of the Hastings, Minn., Gazette and for more than 50 years a newspaper publisher in Minnesota, died in a sanitarium here today. From 1872 to 1876 Mr. Todd was internal revenue collector for Minnesota.



Alfred Herman Trapp
Source: Unknown newspaper, Submitted By: Ida Maack Recu

In remembrance
In Memory of Alfred H. Trapp. Born in Afton County, Minnesota, January 3, 1889. Passed away March 9, 1971 at the age of 82 years, 2 months, 6 days. Services from Trinity First Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Friday, March 12, 1971, 2:00 p.m.. Clergyman Officiating, Rev. Fred M. Miller, soloist David E. Trapp, organist Mrs. Verna Stelzer Hinck. Survived by wife, Theresa; son, Edward; Daughter, Mrs. John (Elsie) Nelson; 7 grandchildren; 5 Great Grandchildren; Brother, Erhardt Trapp; Sisters, Miss Lydia Trapp and Mrs. Clara Gierke. Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery.

Max P. Vandeer Horck
Source: Aberdeen Daily News SD (9 Dec. 1911) transcribed by FoFG MZ

The sudden death of Dr. Max P. Vander Horck, who was born and raised in Webster, occurred at his home at Minneapolis. He was preparing to leave home to go to his office and was stricken with an attack of heart trouble, which caused death. The father of the deceased was formerly post trader at old Fort Sisseton in the ‘80’s.


Frank Washburn
Source: The Princeton Union (Princeton, MN) Friday, August 3, 1877; submitted by Jim Dezotell

Mr. Frank Washburn, aged 16, son of W. D. Washburn, of Minneapolis, was drowned, while bathing in the surf, near Portland, Maine, on the 29th ult.


Samuel Shapleigh Wentworth
Source: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1909-1910, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

Class of 1863 – SAMUEL SHAPLEIGH WENTWORTH. B. 20 Oct., 1836, W. Lebanon, Me. Physician. D. 31 Jan., 1908, Minneapolis, Minn.


Jerold W. Whipple
Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Wednesday, 1 Feb. 2012; contributed by Ron Flink & transcribed by Marla Zwakman

Jerold W. Whipple, 66, died Dec 31, 2011, at home with his wife and daughter by his side. Jerold died of kidney disease, lung failure, and heart failure.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday,

Feb. 11, 2012, at Faith Lutheran Church, 207 S. Cherry Ave., Marshfield.

Visitation will at the church from 10 a.m. until time of service. Lunch will be served at the church following service.

Private services were held Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012, at Brooklyn Lutheran Church, Brooklyn Park, Minn.

Inurnment was Jan. 6, 2012, at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, St. Paul, Minn.

Jerold William was born Sept. 13, 1945, to Ira and Isabel (Rogers) Whipple. He grew up in Chili where his family farmed. He attended Pine Circle school house in Chili until fifth grade, and finished his schooling in Marshfield.

He was in the Army from July 1968 until September of 1973, stationed in Fort Carson, Colorado; and serving in the Vietnam War from July 1968 to 1969.

He married Eldora R. Wienke on Oct. 21, 1989. They lived in Marshfield, then moved to Mosinee, Wis.

He worked as a security guard in Marshfield at Northway Mall and in Wausau at ITS security until getting ill in 2004.

He liked to listen to books on tapes, fishing, hunting, collecting old model cars, and spending time with his granddaughter Willow.

Jerold is survived by his wife, Eldora; four children, Mary Margaret Stephens, Jerold William Whipple Jr, Laura Marie Cowles, and Joni-Isabel Dorothy Ahlbeck; eight grandchildren, Jacqueline Muellerliele, Castle Ahlbeck, Passion Stephens, River Ahlbeck, John Cowles, Zander Stephens, Martese Cowles and Willow Ahlbeck; four great-grandchildren, Leona Ahlbeck, Ce'zaria Ahlbeck, Bryson Amundson and Sincere Mathison; one sister, Rosalie Brandt of Medford, Wis.; and one brother, Ronald Whipple of Euliss Texas.

He was predeceased by his parents; brothers, Richard Whipple, John Whipple in infancy, James Whipple and Robert Whipple; sisters, Lorraine Berdan, Betty Steltenpohl, Louise Wagner and Peggy (Margaret Mary) Whipple.



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