Obituaries

 

 

 

Henry Kay

Jacob H. Brown

Mrs. W. H. McNeal

Ole Anderson

Jacob Riechart

Howard McIntyre

Mrs. Ed Bockemeuhl

John Staltsmith   

 

 

 

Henry Kay

 

Wayne, Neb., July 26—(AP)—Funeral services were held here Thursday for Henry Kay, 62, resident of Wayne County since 1885, who died in Lincoln last Tuesday.

 

He was taken to Lincoln last Sunday for treatment.

 

Interment was in Greenwood Cemetery here.

 

Mr. Kay formerly engaged in the implement and real estate businesses here.  Four years ago he established the Kay amusement park south of Wayne.

 

 

 

Jacob H. Brown   

Wayne, Nebraska, May 10. --  (Special) --  Jacob H. Brown, deputy county clerk, and formerly clerk of the courts of Mills County, Iowa, died here yesterday of valvuiar disease of the heart. 

Mr. Brown was about 51 years of age, a veteran of the late war, and an uncompromising Democrat.

 

Omaha World Herald - May 11, 1894

 

 

 

 

Mrs. W. H. McNeal   

 

Prominent Nebraska Woman Dead

Wayne Neb. April 16

 

Mrs. W. H. McNeal, wife of Editor and Postmaster McNeal, died at her home in this city after an illness of but a few hours.  She had been a resident of Wayne for sixteen years, was a member of the Presbyterian church and a prominent club woman for a number of years.

 

[source: Custer Co. Republican, April 19, 1900 edition]

Transcribed by: Melody Beery

 

 

 

 

Ole Anderson   

 

Winside, Neb., Feb. 26. – OleAnderson died here Tuesday of pneumonia. He was 48 years old and leaves a widow and three sons.

 

Omaha World Herald –27 Feb. 1905

Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman

 

  

 

 

Jacob Riechart  

Winside, Neb., Feb. 26. – Jacob Riechart of this place died in a hospital in Omaha Thursday of  blood poisoning.

 

 

Omaha World Herald –27 Feb. 1905

Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman

 

 

 

 

Howard McIntyre   

 

Funeral services were held atWinside,Neb., Sunday for Howard McIntyre, 13 years of age, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. McManus ofOmaha, who died Wednesday of complication following an attack of influenza. He had been unconscious for four weeks.

 

Howard McIntyre was the son of Dr. and Mrs. McIntyre of Winside.

 

 

Omaha World Herald –22 Mar. 1920

Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Ed Bockemenhl   

 

Mrs. Ed Bockemenhl died at her home in Winside at5 o’clock Tuesday. She had been insane for several days, and gradually grew weaker till the end. She leaves a husband and five small children.

 

 

Omaha World Herald –8 Mar. 1897

Transcribed and contributed by:  Marla Zwakman





      John Staltsmith   

      Wayne – John Staltsmith, 79, civil war veteran, member Company A, Thirty-fourth Illinois Infantry, died very suddenly of heart failure at his home in Wayne Monday night.

      He had been down town in the afternoon, as was his custom, and pitched horseshoes with a group of friends. He returned home and after rising from the supper table he fell and died soon after.

      He had lived in Wayne since 1881. Funeral services will be conducted by the local G. A. R. Post and by the American Legion.

      He leaves a wife and three children.

      The World Herald-Omaha
      Friday, May 6. 1921






           

           

           

           

           

           

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