Waupaca County Wisconsin
Obituaries and Death Notices
Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wis.) Friday, 10 Oct. 1884; transcribed by FoFG mz
Elisha Bessie fell dead in the town of New Lebanon, Waupaca county, while throwing bundles from a grain stack to a thrashing machine.
Charles Rollin Brainerd
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Thursday, 3 Feb. 1898; transcribed by FoFG mz
WAUPACA, Feb. 2. – Charles Rollin Brainerd who has been ill for two months past, died tonight aged 58 (?) years. Mr. Brainerd had a varied career. At one time he served as rector of an Episcopal church in Massachusetts. Later he was admitted to the bar and practiced law in Boston. He was also a prolific story writer, having contributed numerous articles to several prominent eastern magazines, newspapers and syndicates.
Brainerd was also confined in several insane asylums as a result of his peculiar methods of fighting for what he considered rightfully belonged to him of his father’s estate.
Julia B. Chandler
Source: Stevens Point Daily Journal (Stevens Point, Wis.) Saturday, 26 July 1884; MZ - submitted by FoFG
Mrs. Julia B. Chandler, aged 49 years, died at Waupaca on Tuesday of last week.
Source: Reports and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Vol. 9 (1909) Wisconsin Necrology (1876-81) page 444; transcribed by LaDena Livingston
1879 - Victor Charron, a French soldier, who fought under the eagles of the first Nepoleon, died at Manawa, Waupaca County, where he lived with a married daughter, Sept. 21st, at an advanced age.
J. B. Churchill
Source: Wisconsin Weekly Advocate (30 Mar. 1899) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Marion, Wis., March 28. – J. B. Churchill, an old resident of this place, and a wealthy and respected farmer, died Monday morning of liver complaint. He settled in this city in an early day and has seen it emerge from a wilderness to a thriving little city.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Dane County, Wis.) 16 Mar. 1880 - Sub. by Brenda W.
John Duvall, a farmer living four miles south of Waupaca was killed, Monday, in the lumber woods in the northern part of Waupaca county. His death was caused by a log rolling over him. Strange to say, he lived fifteen minutes after the accident. No serious bruises were found on his body, and must have died from internal injuries.
Morgan Lewis Eastman
Source: Custer County Republican (Oct. 11, 1900 edition) transcribed by FOFG mb
Morgan Lewis Eastman died at his home in Royalton, Wis. He was 86 years old and had been a minster in the Congregational church for forty-eight years. He was pastor of the church in Royalton for twenty-four years.
Source: Stevens Point Daily Journal (Stevens Point, Wis.) Saturday, Feb. 1, 1908; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Clarence Ekern of Waupaca passed away at 9 o'clock Sunday night at the home of his aunt, Mrs. M. Rogers, at 323 North Second street after an illness of several months with tuberculoses. He has never enjoyed rugged health and has been in a decline for upwards of a year. He came to Stevens Point about sixteen weeks ago.
The deceased was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Ekern, former residents of this city. Both passed upwards of a dozen years ago and are buried in Forest cemetery. This young man was raised by his grandmother at Waupaca, but for the past two years has lived with other relatives in and near that city. The only surviving member of his immediate family is a brother, William, who resides in Montana. The deceased was born at Waupaca and would be 18 years old on April 30.
The funeral was held from the Rogers residence at 9 o'clock Thursday morning, Rev. G. A. Sundby officiating.
Source: The Daily Northwestern, Oshkosh, Wis., column 6, Tuesday, July 17, 1888 - Submitted by Diana Morse
A CLINTONVILLE FUNERAL
Clintonville, Wis., July 17 - the funeral of Fred Fisher, son of the city marshal took place yesterday. The deceased was twenty two years of age and his death was caused by consumption.
Source: Dual City Tribune (Clintonville & New London, Waupaca County, Wis.) 31 Jan. 1890 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman - Note surname correctly spelled is Flink
Mrs. Mary Flainke died Wednesday at the home of her son Peter Flainke, in Union. The lady was born in Sweden 77 years ago and leaves a family of four sons and daughters. The funeral will be Saturday or Sunday.
John E. Flanagan
Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) 11 July 1986 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Death Here -- John E. Flanagan, 39, Manawa, died at 10:45 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's Hospital; admitted May 20.
Source: Appleton Post Crescent (Appleton, Outagamie County, Wis.) 9 Jan. 1976; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Mrs. Adeline Flink (Martin), 68, Manawa
Age 68, died Thursday after a short illness, in New London. She was born June 25, 1907 in Weyauwega. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Manawa, and the Altar Society. She is survived by two sons, Lavern Martin and Roland Martin, both of New London; a daughter, Mrs. Gene (Marian) Haase, Freeland, Michigan; a brother, Howard Mitchell, Everett, Washington; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The funeral will be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. from Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Manawa, with the Rev. Norman Krutzik officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Cline, Hanson, Dahkle Funeral Home, Manawa, after 4 p.m. Friday, where a parish prayer service will be held at 8 p.m.
Albert William Flink
Source: Appleton Post Crescent (Appleton, Outagamie County, Wis.) Monday, 23 Dec. 1968 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Albert William Flink, Rt. 1, Clintonville, age 78, passed away at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at his home after an apparent heart attack. Survivors include his wife; three daughters, two sons, 16 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren; four sisters and one brother. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from St. Martin Lutheran Church, Clintonville with the Rev. William R. Christian officiating. Burial in Graceland Cemetery. Friends may call at Eberhardt & Hoh Funeral Home from 2 p.m. Sunday until 10:30 a.m. Monday and then at the church until the hour of service.
Source: Manawa Advocate (Manawa, Wisconsin) Thursday, May 3, 1956 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Hold Funeral Rites For Mrs. Anna Flink
Funeral services were held yesterday for Mrs. Anna Amelia Flink, 56, Manawa, who died Saturday following an illness of six months. The services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran church here and burial was at the Graceland cemetery at Clintonville. The Rev. Carl F. Luedtke officiated. Private services were held at the Voss Bros. funeral home at 11:00 a.m.
Mrs. Flink was born on July 16, 1899, in the Town of Larabee. She lived in the town of Bear Creek and the city of Manawa during her lifetime. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Manawa.
Surviving are her husband, David; one son, Leon, Port Edwards; and two brothers, Leonard Kruell, Seattle, Wash., and William Kruell, town of Larabee.
Source: Appleton Post Crescent (Appleton, Outagamie County, Wis.) Monday, 6 Dec. 1976 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Mrs. Albert Flink (Anna) 63 Tenth St., Clintonville Age 84, died unexpectedly at 10:30 a.m. Friday, December 3, 1976 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clayton Fritz of Embarrass. She is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Clayton (Germaine) Fritz, Embarrass; Mrs. Norman (Beatrice) Paul, Rt. 1, Bear Creek; Mrs. Kenneth (Luella) Johnson, Shawano; two sons: Clyde Flink, Clintonville; Russell Flink, Rt. 1, Clintonville; 15 grandchildren; 11 great-grand-children. She was preceded in death by her husband, a daughter, three brothers, six sisters. The funeral was at 11:30 a.m. Monday at St. Martin Lutheran Church with the Rev. George R. Brueggeman officiating. Internment will be made in Graceland Cemetery. The Eberhardt Funeral Home, Clintonville, was in charge of the arrangements.
Source: Clintonville Tribune (Clintonville, Waupaca Co. Wis.) 21 Sept. 1928 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Death of Little Clifford Flink, Union
Clifford Flink, the little two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Flink of the town of Union, passed away last week Tuesday at the New London hospital, following a six weeks illness due to kidney trouble. Funeral services were held last Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Flink at Symco, Rev. Kitzman, pastor of the Lutheran church of Symco, officiating. Burial was in the Marble cemetery.
Clifford was born in the town of Union March 24, 1926, where he had lived all his life. He is survived by his parents, one brother and two sisters: Ruth, Harold and Jeanette. The pall bearers were Henry Werth, Alvin Ferg, Leonard Riske, Richard Ernst. The flower girls were Elto Heideman, Marge Riske, Evelyn Fenske and Geraldine Fenske.
Clyde R. Flink
Source: Unknown Newspaper, c. Dec 1994/Jan 1995]- Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Clyde R. Flink, 80, of 30 E. First St., Clintonville, died Thursday morning, Dec. 29, 1994, at the Greentree Health Care Center, Clintonville.
Clyde was born Aug. 10, 1914, in the Town of Union, the son of Albert and Anna (Roloff) Flink. He moved with his family to Symco and later to Clintonville where he attended Clintonville schools.
He was married July 8, 1936, to Roezan Martha Sell in Marion. The couple lived in Clintonville all of their married life where Clyde worked for more than 50 years as a milk hauler.
He was a member of St. Martin Lutheran Church, Clintonville, and enjoyed bowling.
Survivors include his daughter, Karla (Joseph) Cullen, Madison; two grandchildren, Kim and Keri Cullen, Madison; and three sisters, Germaine (Clayton) Fritz, New London, Beatrice (Norman) Paul, Bear Creek, and Luella (Kenneth) Johnson, Shawano.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, a brother, ? and a sister, Gertrude.
Funeral services were Saturday, Dec. 31, at St. Martin Lutheran Church, Clintonville, with Rev. Vilas Mazemke officiating. Burial was at Graceland Cemetery, Clintonville. A memorial fund has been established for Mr. Flink at the St. Martin Lutheran Church. The Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.
David R. Flink
Source: Manawa Advocate (Manawa, Wisconsin) c. December 1963 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Last Rites Held For David Flink
David R. Flink, 71, Manawa, died Thursday, Dec. 26, at the Community Hospital, New London, following an illness of about 10 days. He was born April 15, 1892, in the Town of Union.
Besides his wife, Adeline, he is survived by one son, Leon, Port Edwards; two stepsons, LaVern Martin, New London, and Ronald Martin, Royalton; one stepdaughter, Marian Flaase, Tomah; three brothers, Albert and Clarence, Clintonville; Henry, Manawa; four sisters, Anna Schertz, Big Falls, Alma Huebner, New London; Agnes Klotzbuecher, Manawa and Minnie Riske, Waupaca. Two grandchildren and seven stepgrandchildren also survive.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Manawa. The Rev. Gerald Ilk officiated. Burial was in Graceland cemetery, Clintonville.
Source: Unknown newspaper, dated 26 May 1932 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Death released Miss Edna Flink from all earthly suffering when she passed away at the Riverview Sanitarium at Little Chute on Thursday of last week, May 26th. She had been a patient at the sanitarium for the past couple years. Besides her widowed mother, Mrs. Peter Flink, she is survived by one sister, Mrs. Linda (Leonard) Anklam and three brothers: Martin, Edwin of Marion and Leonard of Big Falls. Burial took place at the Zamieson Lutheran church cemetery at Symco with Rev. Durkop officiating.
Source: Appleton Post-Crescent (Monday, 30 May 1932) - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Marion - Miss Edna Flink, who died at the Kaukauna hospital, May 26th, was buried from the Uttermark undertaking parlors Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Flink has been sick for several years and spent one and one-half years at the Kaukauna hospital. She was born on April 29th, 34 year ago in the town of Union, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flink. She lived in the village here several years before leaving for the hospital. She leaves to mourn her early death, her mother, three brothers, Martin, Edwin and Leonard, all of Marion, and one sister, Linda, Mrs. L. Anklam, also of Marion. Her father died about two years ago and one brother and one sister have also died. Rev. George Durkop officiated and burial was in the Lutheran cemetery at Marion.
Source: Manawa Advocate (Manawa, Waupaca County, Wis.) Thursday, 20 Feb. 1975
Henry Flink, Manawa, age 73, passed away at his home on Wednesday, February 12 following a lingering illness. He was born January 1 1902 in the Town of Union and had farmed there for many years. He was a resident of the Manawa area all of his life and had formerly been employed with the Waupaca County Highway department for 16 years until his retirement in 1967.
Surviving are his wife, Mabel; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Huebner of New London, Mrs. John (Agnes) Klotzbuecher of Manawa, Mrs. Charles (Minnie) Brey of Fremont. Four brothers, three sisters and his parents preceded him in death.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Manawa with the Rev. Carl Luedtke officiating. Burial was in the Little Wolf Cemetery in Manawa.
The Cline Hansen and Dahlke Funeral Home of Manawa were in charge of arrangements.
Source: Manawa Advocate (Manawa, Wisconsin) Thursday, July 26, 1945 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Funeral Services for LaVern Flink Held in Nicholson Saturday
Funeral services were conducted last Saturday by the Rev. Carl Hoen at the Trinity Lutheran church in Nicholson for LaVern Flink, 22, who was killed at 2:30 o'clock last Thursday morning when the car he was driving overturned just west of Symco. LaVern, alone in the car, was returning from a dance at Bear Lake. It is thought that the steering gear locked, causing him to lose control of the car.
LaVern, known to everyone as "Sam," was born March 9, 1923, in Manawa. He was confirmed by the Rev. Mr. Grotch at Big Falls July 12, 1936. He was graduated from Clintonville High school in 1943 and at the time of his death was employed on the farm of Charles Hoffman at Bear Creek.
The survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Flink, and one brother, Leon.
The pallbearers were Lawrence Schoenike, Lester Kasper, Jr., Gilbert Wagner, Roger Meyer, Stanley Miller and Lewellyn Raisler. Internment was in Graceland cemetery.
Source: Clintonville Tribune (Clintonville, Waupaca Co. Wis. ) Friday, 14 Nov. 1930
Peter Flink of Union Buried Saturday
Marion - Peter Flink was buried Saturday. He was an old citizen of Union, but had lived in this village for the past three years. He passed away last Wednesday. Burial services were held from the Danish Lutheran church at Marble, Rev. Geo, Durkop officiated.
Mrs. Carl Fredrichs
Source: Clintonville Tribune-Gazette (Clintonville, Waupaca County, Wis.) 19 July 1945; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Mrs. C. F. Fredrichs Dies Early Today from Burns Received in Explosion that Wrecked Home
Death Came at 3 A. M. at New London; Funeral to be Held Saturday
Mrs. Carl F. Fredrichs, 53, died at 3 o'clock this morning at the New London Community hospital of injuries received in an explosion yesterday morning that wrecked the Fredrichs home at 71 W. Fourteenth St.
With her at the time of her death were Mr. Fredrichs, Mrs. Fredrichs' mother, Mrs. Mary Altman of Butternut, and Mrs. Otto Zoesch, Mr. Fredrichs' sister, also of Butternut.
She had been taken to the New London Community hospital shortly after the explosion, which occurred at 8 o'clock. She was suffering with third degree burns on 70 per cent of her body. Blood plasma, flown from Green Bay and Chicago, was administered.
Mr. Fredrichs, publisher and manager of the TribuneGazette, and Michael, 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrichs, who were also in the house at the time of the explosion, both escaped injury.
The body is at Heuer's Funeral home. Services will be held at St. Rose Catholic church Saturday morning. Burial will be in the Park Falls cemetery at Park Falls.
The explosion resulted when an accumulation of gas in the walls of the house and in the furnace pipes ignited as Mrs. Fredrichs struck a match to light the gas stove in the basement. The gas is thought to have accumulated from a leak or leaks in the gas pipes.
The explosion was instantaneous. Persons living in the neighborhood said that it sounded like a blast of dynamite. It was felt by persons living more than a mile away. These described the effect as similar to an earthquake.
Michael on the second floor was thrown from his bed by the force of the explosion. Mr. Fredrichs with the help of Ronald Fillnow brought Mrs. Fredrichs up from the basement and out into the yard.
Every Window Broken
The house was blown from six inches to a foot off its foundation. Every window was broken. Even the rear garage window, about 35 feet from the house, was blown out, frame and all--as were several windows on the west side of the Henry Hoffman residence next door. The chimney on the east wall was completely destroyed and the chimney in the middle of the house cut off at the roof. Hardly a piece of furniture in the entire house was left in a usable condition. Stockings, dish towels and window shades were tossed high into trees.
However, fire did not get started except in a minor way. About half of the curtains, two dust mops, some clothing in the basement and shingles at the rear of the house, ignited by burning curtains, were all that caught fire. These fires were quickly extinguished by the Fire department, which had been called.
Both the house and the furniture were covered by insurance to substantially their full value.
Marian, Mrs. Altman, Mrs. Zoesch and Mrs. Marcella Benz, Mrs. Fredrichs' sister, arrived in New London last night. John, eldest son, who resides in Troy, N. Y., arrives by plane this morning. Pat, in the Army Air Corps at Lubbock, Tex., is expected to leave Lubbock tomorrow on a furlough previously scheduled. Lee, another son, is with the Seventh army on Okinawa. It is expected that Lee Altman, Mrs. Fredrichs' brother, will be reached today.
Source: Reports and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Vol. 9 (1909) Wisconsin Necrology (1876-81) page 454; transcribed by LaDena Livingston
1880 - Jacob Gesalle, or Sell, as he was more generally known, died at Waupaca, Feb. 12th, in his ninety-sixth year. He was an old French veteran, born near Strassburg, France, Jan. 10th,1785, serving in many battles under the great Napoleon, including Waterloo, and some of those of the Austrian and Russian campaigns-sharing in the terrible winter retreat of the French army from Moscow. He came to this country in 1831, and resided in Waupaca County over twenty-
Mrs. Benjamin M. Goldberg
Source: Wisconsin Weekly Advocate (Thursday, 3 Aug. 1899) transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Clintonville, Wis., July 31. – Mrs. Benjamin M. Goldberg, wife of the well-known attorney, dropped dead this morning at her home. Mrs. Goldberg was married to Paul Hoxie in Milwaukee and divorced. During the trial of the suit for divorce there was a hard contest for the custody of the only child, George Hoxie, the mother getting the judgment of the court. Mrs. Hoxie was married to Mr. Goldberg in 1880. They lived in Milwaukee until 1897, when they moved to Clintonville. Mr. Goldberg was the defendant in the noted disbarment case, in which he was disbarred from practicing law.
Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Friday, 12 Aug. 1960, page 3; Lorraine Markee collection; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Mrs. Russell Johnson, route 2, Marshfield, has received announcement of the death Thursday morning of her father, Horton Greene, 67, of Marion. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon, at 2 o’clock at the Lutheran church in Marion.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Dane County, Wis.) 22 Feb. 1889 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Harrison Hyatt, a farmer who resided in Waupaca county since 1855, died at Dayton of pneumonia, aged 63 years.
Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 7 Sept. 1881; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Mrs. Jacobson, living near Waupaca, committed suicide on the 24th. Cause, despondency through the recent deaths of her husband and son. The latter was killed through a saw mill accident at Colby. *** Note: Her son’s name was Lars.
Source: Newspaper unknown - dated Thursday, 17 Jan. 1980 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Wednesday Rites for Glenn Johnson
Glenn E. Johnson, 64, Manawa, died Sunday in Clintonville, following a one year illness.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at First Lutheran church, Ogdensburg, with the Rev. Allison Moen officiating. Internment was in Ogdensburg Park cemetery.
Mr. Johnson was born Aug. 5, 1915 in Outagamie county. He married Gertrude Flink Feb. 28, 1938, who preceded him in death Oct. 7, 1957. He married Edna Reek, March 31, 1959 in New London.
Mr. Johnson farmed in the Town of Bear Creek and in the Town of Union until 1945 at which time he purchased the Club 161. During this time he also was employed at the Four Wheel Drive, Clintonville, until 1958. He sold Club 161 in 1975 and moved to Manawa.
Survivors include his wife, Edna; five daughters; two sons, two sisters and grandchildren. Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and a brother.
Perl L. Johnson
Source: Appleton Post Crescent (Appleton, Outagamie County, Wis.) Friday, 11 Jan. 1963 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
CLINTONVILLE - Services for Perl L. Johnson, 54, Harriet St., Clintonville, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Christ Congregational Church. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery.
He was head of the printing and mailing departments of the FWD Corp. He died Wednesday after a short illness. Survivors include his wife, three sons and his mother.
J. C. Keeney
Source: Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Vol. 10 (1909) Transcribed by: Heather A. Turner
1882: J. C. Keeney, editor of the Chronicle, at Weyauwega, died at that place June 13th, in his sixty-first year. He came from the State of New York many years ago as one of the attaches of the Wisconsin Chief, and conducted papers at Ft. Atkinson, Sharon and Weyauwega. He was an honest and conscientious citizen and editor.
Emma Augusta Kuester
Source: Dual City Tribune (Clintonville & New London, Waupaca County, Wis.) 31 Jan. 1890 - submitted by Marla Zwakman
Emma Augusta, aged two months and five days, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kuester, died Friday, January 24th, of blood poisoning. The funeral occurred Sunday afternoon, Rev. Marth officiating.
Mrs. G. A. Lytle
Source: Duluth News Tribune (Duluth, St. Louis County, Minn.) 23 June 1914; mz Submitted by FoFG
ASHLAND, Wis., June 22. – D. F. Lytle of this city received a telegram this morning that his mother, Mrs. G. A. Lytle, had died suddenly at her home at Royalton, near Waupaca. Mr. and Mrs. Lytle were pioneer residents of Royalton, having lived there about 50 years.
Source: Dual City Tribune (Clintonville & New London, Waupaca County, Wis.) 31 Jan. 1890 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Mr. Neal of Clintonville died Jan. 25th at the advanced age of 83 years, of Bright's disease. The remains were taken to Omro for burial Tuesday, after a prayer at the residence by Rev. Williams.
George B. Noyes
Source: Wisconsin Weekly Advocate (Milwaukee, Wis.) Thursday, 30 May 1901; transcribed by FoFG mz
Waupaca, Wis., May 27. – George B. Noyes, the surgeon of the Wisconsin Veterans’ home, died Saturday night of heart failure. Dr. Noyes had been in charge of the hospital for six years. He was about 54 years old and for many years practiced medicine at Winneconne, Wis., but prior to coming to the Veterans’ home had removed with his family to West Superior. He was prominent in Masonic and Grand Army circles, and was widely known throughout the state. He has a brother, also a physician, living at Oshkosh. A widow, two daughters and a son survive him.
S. A. Oakes
Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wis.) Friday, 29 Mar. 1889; transcribed by FoFG mz
S. A. Oakes, a well-known merchant of Waupaca, died suddenly of heart disease Saturday.
Source: Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wis.) Friday, 27 Aug, 1920; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Clintonville, Wis., Aug. 27. – Frank Ratcliffe, patent lawyer of Milwaukee, died last night of hemorrhage following a violent fit of coughing, at a cottage at Clover Leaf Lakes where he and his wife were stopping.
Mrs. C.F. Rogers
Source: "Oshkosh Daily Northwestern" (Oshkosh, Wis.) March 29, 1907 - Submitted by Marla Zwakman
Died At Embarrass.
Former Resident of New London Expires
(Special to the Northwestern) New London, Wis., - March 29 - Mrs. C. F. Rogers, for seven years a resident of this city, died of lung fever at her present home at Embarrass, where she had resided the past year. Deceased is survived by seven children, three of whom reside in this city.
Source: Marshfield News-Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Monday, 2 July 1979, page 20; Lorraine Markee collection; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
Jerome Roman, 51, Waupaca, died at 5:15 a.m. today at St. Joseph’s Hospital; admitted June 14.
Mrs. Frank G. Rothrock
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Friday, 19 Nov. 1909; transcribed by FoFG mz
Mrs. Frank G. Rothrock, 2110 West Third street, this city, is dead at Waupaca, Wis. Mrs. Rothrock has been an invalid for some time. She leaves a husband, two sons and three daughters.
Source: Appleton Post-Crescent (Appleton, Wis.) Tuesday, 16 Dec. 1969; transcribed by Marla Zwakman
WAUPACA – Mrs. Joseph R. (Anna) Schertz, 61, route 2, Tigerton, died at Theda Clark Hospital, Neenah, Monday morning, becoming Waupaca County’s 15th traffic fatality.
County Coroner Sam Salan advised Capt. John F. Penney, of the county traffic patrol that Mrs. Schertz’s death was attributed to an accident which occurred Nov. 25 in the City of Marion. She received a broken pelvis in the accident which also took the life of her husband Joseph R. Schertz, 76, who died Dec. 1.
Earlier this month the coroner classified Schertz’s death as a coronary thrombosis caused by the accident. It was the county’s 13th traffic fatality.
The Schertz’s were injured when their car, driven by Schertz, collided with an auto driven by Marvin G. Werth, 50, 425 Emerson St., Burlington, at U.S. 45 and N.E. 7th St., in Marion.
Werth and his son, Thomas, 16, a passenger, were not injured in the crash. The accident occurred when the Schertz car, which was stopped on 7th St. at the intersection, suddenly pulled out in front of Werth. The traffic report stated that the Werth car left 168 feet of skid marks on the highway but the driver was unable to avoid the collision.
Vincent H. Smith
Source: Gazette (Stevens Point, Portage County, Wis.) Wednesday, 15 Apr. 1908; MZ submitted by a FoFG
Vincent H. Smith, a former Normal and Business College student, died at Burkmere, S. D., about ten days ago, after a long illness with rheumatism and other complications. He was 32 years of age, born at Fremont, and is survived by a wife and two children, besides his mother and two brothers.
Mary B. Spencer
Source: Wisconsin Weekly Advocate (Friday, 22 Feb. 1889) transcribed by FoFG mz
At Oshkosh Mrs. Mary B. Spencer, widow of Captain Spencer, a pensioner of the war of 1812, died yesterday; she was a pioneer resident of Waupaca county.
Source: Reports and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Vol. 9 (1909) Wisconsin Necrology (1876-81) page 486; transcribed by LaDena Livingston
1881 - Capt. Thomas Spencer died in Waupaca, July 26th, at the age of ninety-two years. He was born at Hartford, Conn., March 13th, 1789, and afterwards resided in Vermont and New York. Entering the service as a private in the War of 1812, he distinguished himself in the battles of Queenstown Heights and Lundy's Lane. And was promoted for bravery to a captaincy by Gen. Scott. He was stationed with sixty-five men to guard Sarnac bridge, at Plattsburg; and tearing off the plank, he with his handful of men, posted behind trees where they could rake the structure, prevent the British army from crossing. This was
considered a daring and hazardous feat. He settled in Waupaca County in June, 1850.
Edward P. Stone
Source: Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1906) Wisconsin Necrology, page 141; transcribed by FoFG mz
Born in Western New York, December 4, 1837. Came to Wisconsin in 1849. Died at Iola, May 7, 1905.
Source: Appleton Post Crescent (Appleton, Outagamie County, Wis.) Saturday, 18 Mar. 1939 - sub. by Marla Zwakman
Mrs. Ulrica Swanson, 83, a resident of Clintonville for nearly 30 years, died at 6:45 Friday evening at her home at 15 W. Third street in that city after an illness of several weeks. She was born in Sweden Dec. 27, 1855 and spent her early life there, coming to the United States in October, 1881. Married in 1882 to Andrew Swanson, she and her husband were pioneers in the town of Union, Waupaca county, where they purchased and cleared timber land and built their own farm. They lived there till 1910 when they retired and moved to the present home in Clintonville. Mr. Swanson died in 1921.
Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Martin Falk and Mrs. Louis Johnson, both of Clintonville; one grandson, P. L. Johnson, Green Bay; one great grandson, John Andrew Johnson, Green Bay; and two brothers, Andrew Flink, Unity, Wis., and Claus Flink, Symco. A niece, Mrs. Albert Johnson, Iron River, Wis., made her home with the Swansons for a number of years and was with Mrs. Swanson at the time of her death.
Mrs. Swanson was a member of the Rebekah lodge and of the Central circle of the Congregational church at Clintonville.
The body will be at the home from this afternoon to the time of the funeral service, which will be held at 1:30 Monday afternoon at the residence and at 2 o'clock at the Congregational church, Clintonville, with the Rev. W. E. Schilling in charge. Internment will be at Graceland cemetery.
Source: Appleton Post Crescent (Appleton, Outagamie County, Wis.) Tuesday, 21 Mar. 1939 - Sub. by Marla Zwakman
Clintonville - Funeral services for Ulrica Swanson, 83, were conducted Monday afternoon at the residence and in the Congregational church by the Rev. W. E. Schilling. Vocal duets were sung by Mrs. H. B. Dodge and Mrs. C. B. Stanley and by the Rev. and Mrs. Schilling. Burial was made in Graceland cemetery. Bearers were six nephews, Martin, Carl, David, Albert, Edwin and Theodore Flink. Members of the Rebekah order attended the funeral in a body, and conducted their burial services.
Mrs. Swanson died Friday evening at her home on W. Third street following a two weeks' illness. She was born in Sweden Dec. 27, 1855, and spent her early life there. She came to America in 1861 and was married the following year to Andrew Swanson. They located on a farm in the town of Union, where they lived until they retired and moved to this city in 1910. Mr. Swanson's death occurred here in 1921.
Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Martin Falk and Mrs. Louis Johnson of this city; two brothers, Andrew Flink of Unity and Claus Flink of Symco; one grandson, P. L. Johnson of Green Bay and one great-grandchild.
Source: Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1906) Wisconsin Necrology, page 141; transcribed by FoFG mz
Born in Philadelphia, Penn., July 15, 1814. Came to Wisconsin in 1849. Died at Waupaca, January 3, 1905.
Source: Aberdeen American (SD) Sunday, 26 Sept. 1915; transcribed by FoFG mz
Chicago, Sept. 25. – Wilbur Trepanier, of Waupaca, Wis., who was burned in a fire at St. Joseph’s Institute Thursday, died today from his burns. He was a student at the institute.
Source: Reports and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Vol. 9 (1909) Wisconsin Necrology (1876-81) page 472; transcribed by LaDena Livingston
1880 - Rev. James Young died at Weyauwega, at the age of seventy, towards the close of October; he lacked but two votes, many years before, of being elected bishop of Maryland.
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