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Margaret Fidler - Suburban Courier News - Elgin, IL - Wednesday - August 8, 2005
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Margaret Fidler, age 92 of Virgil, IL, passed away Sunday afternoon, August 14, 2005 at Provena Mercy Center Hospital, Aurora IL where she had recently been a patient. Claiming the long held promise of her faith, she went peacefully home to Heaven and the company of her beloved husband, Joseph.

Margaret was born April 9, 1913 in a farm house in a small town in Wisconsin called Random Lake, which is about 30 miles from Sheboygan. She was the only daughter and second child of Michael and Kathryn Schomer, both primarily German descent. Michael, her dad, grew up in Aurora, IL, while her mother Kathryn grew up in Random Lake.

At four months old, lightning struck the family home while Margaret was sleeping and her mother was milking the cows. Miraculously, Margaret's mother sprinted back to the house and rescued Margaret through the smoke and the flames. The house burned to the ground and all was lost except Margaret and the kitchen sugar bowl.

Although her father rebuilt a home for them, times were tough and within a few years, the family moved to Storm Lake, Iowa. Margaret often recalled wonderful years there. The farm had a stream running through its beautiful pastures and Margaret would ride through them each day, rounding up the cows for her parents. The images and feelings of those years were indelibly imprinted on her heart. The memory of them would always bring a sense of peace and comfort.

Margaret attended country Iowa schools through the eight grade when the family moved to Oswego, IL. She finally finished high school in Oswego and graduated Salutatorian of the class of 1931. In the fall of that year, she began college studies at NIU but with the financial pressures of Great Depression, she was forced to return home after her first semester.

Not long afterward, Margaret met Joseph Nicholas Fidler at Sunday dinner at her brother's house. The spark of romance caught fire that afternoon and on November 28, 1935, Margaret and Joseph were married and moved to the Fidler farm in Virgil.

Like many farm wives of her generation, Margaret was a great cook, an ambitious gardener and an accomplished seamstress. She also raised both broiler chickens for meat and layer chickens for eggs, which supplemented her family's income.

Margaret was active in the local Altar and Rosary Society at S.S. Peter & Paul Church and the Mother's Club. She cooked and served mountains of food for weddings and funerals at church and secretly looked forward to dances after the weddings. Margaret was an accomplished dancer and loved to polka, fox trot and do the two-step.

She made sure her children had the best education that she could afford, sending all of them to college prep-high school, 25 miles from Virgil. Not unlike today's mother's, she was also the ever-ready chauffer to and from everything.

Following Joseph's death in 1993, life slowed down for Margaret as she took more time to read and do crossword puzzles. As health declined and the road "home" turned up-hill once more, Margaret's faith, family and special friends including Dalia Danelente of Lithuania, Stevie Bateman and Vickie McGuire helped her through. In December of 2001, Margaret became a resident at the McAuley Manor, Aurora where devoted and faithful caregivers continued to look after Margaret until Tuesday, August 9, when she was admitted to Provena Mercy Center. There, surrounded by her loving and devoted family, the Lord came Sunday afternoon to take Margaret home. At 4:35pm, as gently as a summer breeze, her life passed from time unto Eternity and the company of saints and loved one's who awaited her on Heaven's shore.

Living a life that spanned horse and buggy days to space travel and cell phones, Margaret took it all in stride but kept in her heart those timeless and transcending gifts of love and faith. She was devoted to her Catholic faith , but not far behind, you could trace a long suffering devotion to the Cubs, Bears and the Bulls. Margaret loved her big cars too, like the Buick Roadmaster, among others. She was a staunch Democrat in a family of Republicans but her patriotism waved a genuine {and non-partisan} "red, white and blue!" She was without question, a woman who lived with vision and virtue, passion for her family and country and devotion to her Lord.

She is survived by three children and their families; {One Daughter & Son-in-law of Elburn, Two sons & Daughter-in-laws; 8 grandsons & Their spouses, and 5 granddaughters & their Spouses; and 21 great-grandchildren, It appears they were all in Illinois} Margaret is survived as well by six step grandchildren and one step great-great grandchild. {The children, grandchildren, etc. in this obit was a bit hard to follow, I am not sure I have the counts correct, but have done the best I could in figuring this out. Please retrieve the original for more details - Webmistress}.

Margaret joins now her parents and her husband Joseph who preceded her in death.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, August 16, 2005 at Conley Funeral Home, Elburn and Wednesday morning at S.S. Peter & Paul Church, Virgil, from 9:30 to 10:15 am. Her funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:30am. The Rev. Fr. Les Echevia will officiate and interment will follow at S.S. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Virhil, IL.

Memorial in her memory will benefit Alzheimer's and heart research as well as S.S. Peter & Paul Church and charities close to Margaret's heart. Checks may be made to the Margaret Fidler. Memorial and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, IL. 60119. Tributes and memories may also be forwarded to the family at the same address or through her obituary at www.conleycare.com.

April 9, 1913 - August 14, 2005

Services: S.S. Peter & Paul Catholic Church 5N939 Meredith Rd. Virgil, IL 630-365-6618
Visitation will be held Tuesday, August 16, 2005 at Conley Funeral Home, Elburn and Wednesday morning at S. S. Peter & Paul Church, Virgil, from 9:30 to 10:15 am.

Her funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:30am. The Rev. Fr. Les Echevia, will officiate. Final Rest: S.S. Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery5N596 Meredith RdVirgil IL630-365-2591 Interment will follow at S. S. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Virgil,IL.


Lisette Freyberg - Indiana Progress - Indiana - February 5, 1936
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Miss Lisette Freyberg


Funeral services will be conducted at the Streams' Funeral Home on Church street on Friday afternoon by Rev. Stillman Foster, a pastor of the First United Presbyterian church of town, for Miss Lisette Freyberg, who died this morning in the Indiana hospital from complications.

The deceased, who had been a resident of Indiana for the past six years, made her home with her niece, Mrs. John Hamill, of School street. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freyberg, deceased, she was born May 13, 1865, at Sheboygan, Wis. She held membership with the German Reformed church and was held in high esteem for her many beautiful traits of character. Surviving are two sister, Mrs. Norma Nehrlich, of Sheboygan, Wis., and Mrs. William Waterman, of Plymouth, Wis.


Louis {Ed} Fenner - Manitowoc Herald-Times Reporter - Friday - December 23, 1977 - p.3
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Louis {Ed} Fenner, 72, of 632 N. Fifth St., Manitowoc, died Thursday afternoon in Memorial Hospital, Manitowoc.

Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Saturday in St. James Episcopal Church, Manitowoc. The Rev. William Harvey will officiate and burial will be in Sheboygan Falls Cemetery.

Mr. Fenner was born April 13, 1905 in town of Lawrence, Marquette County, son of the late James and Fannie Beals Fenner. As a young boy he moved with his parents from Marquette to Oxford, where they resided a short period of time, moving to Sheboygan Falls in 1917, where he attended schools and was graduated from Sheboygan Central High School in 1925. He married Gertrude Osthelder June 27, 1931 in Sheboygan, moving to Manitowoc where they resided all their married lives.

Prior to coming to Manitowoc in February of 1931, Mr. Fenner was employed with Sheboygan Highway Dept and also Wisconsin State Highway Dept. He was employed as Manitowoc County Highway Engineer until 1948 and later in that year he formed his own engineering business, which was known as Fenner and Brey Engineering Corp. of which he was president, retiring in 1970. He was a registered engineer, registered in Michigan and Wisconsin and a member of St. James Episcopal Church, American Society of Civil Engineers, Manitowoc Rotary Club and past president of the local Issac Walton League.

Surviving are his wife, Gertrude. A brother preceded him in death.

Friends may call in Jens Funeral Home, Manitowoc, 7 o'clock to 9 o'clock this Friday evening. The casket will remain closed. Memorials may be made to St. James Episcopal Church, Memorial Hospital or American Cancer Society.


Gertrude Fenner - Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter - Tuesday - November 30, 1999 - p.A2
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Gertrude A. Fenner, age 93, formerly of N. 5th St., Manitowoc, died Monday, November 29, 1999, at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center, Manitowoc.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 1, 1999, at St. James Episcopal Church. Officiating will be Rev. Roy C. Myers with burial to follow at Sheboygan Falls Cemetery, Sheboygan Falls.

Gertrude was born March 16, 1906, in Sheboygan Falls, daughter of the late Joseph and Johanna Blust Osthelder. She graduated from Sheboygan Falls High School in 1924. She later attended the University of Wisconsin Stout, graduating with the class of 1926. She taught Home Economics at Kohler High School from 1928 to 1931. She married Lewis E. Fenner on June 27, 1931, at Sheboygan Falls. He preceded her in death in 1977. Gertrude taught Home Economics class on a call staff for the Manitowoc Vocational School for nine years. She was a member of St. James Episcopal church, the University of Wisconsin Stout Alumni Association, a former 50 year member of the Order of the Eastern Star #196, and a former member of the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.

Survivors include cousins and many friends.

Relatives and friends may call at St. James Episcopal Church on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until the time of service at 10:30 a.m.

Memorials may be made to St. James Episcopal Church.

The Jens Family Funeral Home, Manitowoc, is assisting the family with funeral arrangements.


Roland Fritsch - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - January 3, 1938 - p.6
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Roland Fritsch Dies Saturday At Home In County

Roland W. Fritsch, 19, Route 3, Sheboygan Falls, passed away last Saturday morning at 11 o'clock.

He was born Nov. 22, 1918, in the town of Sheboygan, attended District school No. 3 in town of Wilson, up to the third grade, Sheridan school in this city to the seventh grade and then graduated from the Immanuel Lutheran school in 1933. He was confirmed the same year. He attended high school for one year, was of a pleasing nature, well liked and had a great many friends.

Survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Fritsch; one brother, Marvin, aged 16; his grandmothers, Mrs. Bernadine Fritsch, town of Wilson, and Mrs. Wilhelmine Gartman of Sheboygan. One brother {Reuben} preceded him in death.

Funeral services willl be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Ramm Funeral home. The Rev. Edward Krause will officiate and burial will be made in Flader's Rest cemetery, town of Wilson. The body may be viewed at the funeral home until the time of the services.


Cecelia {Stiller Dechent} Fahres - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - August 19, 1985
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Mrs. Cecelia Fahres, 81, of Apt. 103, 2420 S. 18th St., died at St. Nicholas Hospital early Sunday.

The former Cecelia Stiller was born Sept. 4, 1903, in Sheboygan, a daughter of the late August and Alvina Stiller.

She attended Holy Name Catholic School and Sheboygan Business College.

On July 5, 1928, she and Arno Dechent were married in Sheboygan. He died Dec. 14, 1962.

On Nov. 21, 1964 she and Carl Fahres were married in Sheboygan. Mr. Fahres died Oct. 15, 1978.

Mrs. Fahres was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish, its Mother of Good Counsel Society and its Mission Society. She was a member of the Auxiliary of the Sons of Union Veterans, serving at the local, department and national levels.

Surviving are one son, Richard Dechent of Carbondale, Ill.; two stepsons, Richard Fahres of Sheboygan and Jerome Fahres, Milwaukee; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Willard {Dorothy} Roszak, Sheboygan; one grandchild, and two great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one granddaughter and one brother.

The funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, with the Rev. Stephen Groessel, pastor, celebrant, following family rites at 9:30 a.m. at Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home.

Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, where a parish Bible wake will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

A memorial fund has been established in Mrs. Fahres' name for the church.


Peter Faas - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - May 10, 1962 - p.12 - c.5
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Peter Faas, 86, 15 Grove St., Plymouth, died at noon Wednesday at his home after a short illness. Born Feb. 21, 1876, in the Town of Greenbush, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Faas, he married Flora Wright June 17, 1903. He operated a farm in Town of Plymouth until his retirement in 1947 when he moved to the City of Plymouth. He was a member of the First Congregational Church, Plymouth. Surviving are his wife; a brother, William, Town of Mitchell; five sisters, Mrs. Lena Vleugel and Mrs. Mary Hogenson, Sheboygan, Mrs. Susie Wynveen and Mrs. Walter Mentink, Cedar Grove, and Mrs. Michael DeZwarte, Town of Sheboygan Falls. Three brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Private funeral services will be held Friday at 3 p.m. at the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth. The Rev. Herbert Balcom will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.


Flora {Wright} Faas - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - September 4, 1964 - p.8 - c.4
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Mrs. Flora Faas, 83, of 15 Grove St., Plymouth, died at her home at 8:30 p.m. Thursday after a lingering illness. She was born on June 24, 1881, in Town of Plymouth, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Washington Wright, and resided in the area all her life. On June 17, 1903, she was married at St. Cloud to Peter Faas. The couple farmed in the Towns of Greenbush and Plymouth until 1947, when they moved to Plymouth. Her husband died May 9, 1962. She was a member of First Congregational United Church of Christ at Plymouth. Survivors are two sisters, Miss Harriet Wright, at home, and Mrs. Fanny Walrath, of Milwaukee, and seven nieces and nephews. Private funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth. The Rev. Herbert Balcom, pastor of First Congregational United Church of Christ, will officiate. Burial will be at Plymouth Woodlawn Cemetery. There will be no visitation at the funeral home.


Mrs. Bernard Freimuth - The Sheboygan Press - June 27, 1954
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Funeral services for Mrs. Bernard Freimuth, 62, of 1124 Dillingham Ave., who died Wednesday, were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Ramm Funeral Home. The Rev. Raymond Meyer, pastor of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, officiated. Burial was made in the family lot in Holy Cross Cemetery. Pallbearers were Frank and Jack Brzezinski, William Worth, Jerome Freimuth, Paul Sheele, and Kenneth Schneider.


Minnie Frick - No Newspaper Listed - 1926
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A sad accident, which caused the death of Mrs. Peter Fick of Louis Corners, occurred on highway 32, four miles east of Kiel, Sunday morning at about 10:30, while she was on her way to church. The Ford coupe which she was driving, and a Chevrolet touring car driven by Paul Albrecht, and also occupied by Alvin Voss, both of Meeme, collided.

Mrs. Fick was traveling south on the town road and Mr. Albrecht was going west on highway 32. When she came near the crossing of the highway, Mrs. Fick stopped to let off her grandson, Walter Bub, and she had driven half way across the intersection when the rear wheel of her car was struck by the Chevrolet, which came over the top of the hill. The young men did not see Mrs. Fick until it was too late to avoid the accident. The crossing cannot be seen before reaching the top of the hill.

Mrs. Fick was thrown against the door of her coupe by the force of the impact which caused it to open and permit her to be thrown out of the car. Her feet caught in the door and she was dragged over the ground when the car swung around, striking her head on a stone. Physicians from Kiel and Manitowoc authorities were called while Mrs. Fick was taken to the farm home of John Voss, Jr., where she died a short time later.

A coroner’s jury, which was drawn Monday, and will be called on to fix the blame for the death of Mrs. Fick, consists of the following: Rud. Greve, Geo. Meyer, Erwin Boeselager, Edgar Burkhardt, Alb. Wagenknecht, and C. A. Wallman. Monday afternoon they were taken by Sheriff Ed. Kasten to view the remains of Mrs. Fick at the Meiselwitz undertaking parlors, and from there they went to the spot where the accident occurred.

They also viewed the two wrecked cars that were in the accident. The inquest will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the court house at Manitowoc.

Arthur Bub, another grandson of Mrs. Fick, who was also in the car, was not injured.

The deceased, nee Minnie Faber, was born in the town of Wayne, Washington county, 54 years ago, on Aug. 16, 1872. Her marriage to Mr. Fick took place 33 years ago. Only a short time ago they sold their store and saloon in Millhome and moved to Howards Grove, from where they came to Louis Corners, having purchased the general store of Haarman & Livingston. Mrs. Fick is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Erdman Reichert of this city, and Mrs. Walter Bub of Louis Corners; two brothers, Philip Faber of Milwaukee, and Charles of Roseman; and two sisters, Mrs. Albert Krueger of Theresa, and Mrs. John Phils of Sheboygan Falls. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Town Rhine church, with burial in the adjoining cemetery. Rev. Thomas officiated.


Emma Fischer - No Newspaper Listed - March 7, 1935
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Rhine Woman Dies Sunday

Sister of Dr. Mathes is Buried in Eckelman Cemetery March 6


Mrs. Emma Fischer, wife of William P. Fischer, resident of the town of Rhine, passed away Sunday at 10 a. m. at the Plymouth hospital, after having been ill for several weeks.

Mrs. Fischer was born June 1, 1869, in the town of Russell, Sheboygan county, the daughter of Philip and Louisa Mathes. On Becember 7, 1891, she was united in marriage to William P. Fischer and the couple have always made their home in the town of Rhine.

Besides her husband, Mrs. Fischer is survived by the following children: Mrs. Louis {Gertrude} Erbe and Mrs. Clarence {Emma} Mog of Plymouth; Mrs. Edwin {Roma} Aderman of Elkhart Lake; and Norman and Edgar, at home; a brother, Dr. George Mathes of Kiel; a sister, Miss Louisa Mathes of Elkhart Lake, and four grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m., at the Wittkopp Funeral Home. The Rev. Mr. Thomas officiated and burial was made in the Eckelman cemetery.


Joseph Flath - No Newspaper Listed - 1940
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Joseph Flath, aged 70, former town of Rhine chairman and assessor, passed away at the St. Nicholas hospital in Sheboygan late Thursday evening, after a short illness. He had served as town chairman for a number of years until April, 1939. He also had been a trustee of the county insane asylum for six years.

The deceased was born October 2, 1867, in Greenbush. He was graduated from the Oshkosh Normal School, and on August 8, 1900 he was married to Margaret Schussman of Oshkosh. The couple lived on a farm in the town of Russell for many years, and a number of years they resided in Seattle, Washington. They had lived at the present farm home 2 miles southwest of Elkhart Lake since 1905.

He is survived by his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Arno Winter, at home; two sons, Herbert of Green Bay and Robert of Chicago; two brothers, William on the Flath homestead, and Henry of Santa Barbara, California; two sisters, Rose of Santa Barbara, California and Mrs. Helen Wiegand of Wheatland, Missouri.

Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Flath home, with the Rev. Samuel Bullough of Plymouth officiating. Burial was made in the Glenbeulah cemetery.


Jacob H. Friess - No Newspaper Listed - 1924
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Jacob H. Friess Ends His Life

Well-Know Former Station Agent of New Holstein Found Dead Sunday


The community was shocked on Sunday afternoon, when it was learned that Jacob Henry Friess, 73, one of New Holstein's best known residents, had been found dead. Mr. Friess had ended his life by hanging himself at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis Weber. It is believed that he committed the deed in a fit of melancholia. The deceased was born in Richfield, Wis., May 15, 1851, and came as a young man to New Holstein, where he was married in 1875 to Mathilda Moeller, who preceded him in death in 1911.

Mr. Friess was employed for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co. in New Holstein for 35 years, as depot agent, and for 17 years at Random Lake. About three months ago he gave up his position at Random Lake and returned to New Holstein, to make his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weber. He did not seem to be in good spirits of late, and showed signs of mental depression, but otherwise appeared to be in good health. He is survived by three daughters. Mrs. Louis Weber and Mrs. H. C. Thiessen of New Holstein and Miss Della Friess of Milwaukee, John, station agent, and Jacob of New Holstein. Also two brothers, John of Saukville and Peter of Fond du Lac, and four sisters, Mrs. Mary Brenkle and Mrs. Elizabeth Rumpel of Milwaukee, Mrs. Anna Strohm of Peru, Ill., and Mrs. Amelia Theisen of Slinger, Wis., and five grandchildren. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon, from the Louis Weber home, with interment in the New Holstein cemetery, Rev. A. C. Plappert officiating.


Mrs. Bert {Cecelia} Fowler - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - June 26, 1970 - p.12
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Mrs. Bert Fowler, 59, of 334 Fond du Lac Ave., Sheboygan Falls died Thursday night at St. Nicholas Hospital after a long illness.

The former Cecelia Kistner was born Dec. 23, 1910 in Sheboygan, the daughter of the late Albert and Elizabeth Kistner. She was married to Bertram Fowler on Aug. 9, 1930 in Sheboygan, and they moved to Sheboygan Falls.

They operated Fowler's Citgo service station in Sheboygan Falls for many years.

She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Falls, and its Christian Mothers Society.

Survivors include her husband; one sister, Mrs. Eugene Weeden of Kohler; seven brothers, Alphonse, Anton, John, Joseph, Albert, and Bernard, all of Sheboygan, and Louis of Oshkosh.

Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in St. Mary Church with the Rev. Harold Herbst, pastor, celebrant of the requiem Mass. Family rites will be at 10 a.m. in the Huehns Funeral Home, Sheboygan Falls. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday. A parish vigil will be at 8 p.m.

A memorial fun has been established in Mrs. Fowler's name.


Tom Franey - The Sheboygan Press - March 19, 1938
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Prominent Racing Man Is Called

Relatives here received word of the death of Tom Franey which occurred at his home at Elmore Saturday morning.

The deceased was born in Eden, Wisconsin 72 years ago, the son of Martin and Elizabeth Franey. He was well known in racing circles in the county and throughout the state.

Immediate survivors are the wife and one daughter, Elizabeth.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 9:30 from the home and at 10:00 in the catholic church at Campbellsport.


Thomas F. Franey - The Sheboygan Press - November 4, 1941
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Thomas Franey, Plymouth Man, Is Called At Home

Plymouth - {Special} - Thomas F. Franey, 73, passed away at his home on North street early this morning after a week's illness.

Until 1920 he had been in the furniture and undertaking business, and since that time he had worked as a salesman of creamery supplies.

Mr. Franey was born Jan. 8, 1868, in the town of Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Franey, and attended Sacred Heart college at Watertown in 1886. In 1897 he was married to Miss Fannie Kennedy at St. Rose's Catholic church, town Lima, and since that time had lived there.

Survivors are his wife and eight children, Earl, Harold, Claire, and Charles of Klamath Falls, Ore., Kenneth of Milwaukee, Mrs. Oscar {Marion} Pokel, of Milwaukee, Mrs. A. J. {Alice} Horst, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Miss Edith, at home.

A sister and his parents preceded him in death. He was a member of the Holy name society of St. John the Baptist Catholic church. Funeral services will be announced in Wednesday's Press.


Ellen Mary Franey - The Sheboygan Press - January 5, 1924
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Funeral of Late Mrs. Thos. Franey to be Held Sunday

Last rites for the late Mrs. Thomas H. Franey, formerly of Greenbush, who died Friday morning at her home in Glenbeulah will be said Sunday afternoon at the family residence. Interment will be in the Greenbush Cemetery.

The death of Mrs. Franey took from the Greenbush-Glenbeulah neighborhood one of the oldest and most highly regarded residents. She had been a resident of the neighborhood for threequarters of a century.

Mrs. Franey, born Ellen Mary Flynn, in May, 1843, to the late Edward and Johanna Flynn. The family settled in Sheboygan county when she was five years of age, locating on a farm near Greenbush. At the age of 16 the then Miss Flynn became a teacher. She was married Nov. 11, 1860 to Thomas H. Franey, blacksmith of Greenbush. They made their home in that village until 15 years ago when Mr. Franey died.

Mrs. Franey then moved to Glenbeulah, where she continued to reside with her youngest daughter, Miss Ellen Franey.

Until very recently Mrs. Franey's health had been unusually good. Three weeks ago she sustained an accident in a fall and this gave rise to a condition that gradually led to her death.

She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Minnie Giffin and Mrs. T. F. Volk of Plymouth, Mrs. Lauren Wehe of Milwaukee, Mrs. Louis Wessendorf of Sheboygan Falls, and Miss Ellen Franey. Seventeen grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren also survive.


Frank W. Fenner - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - January 26, 1960 - p. 10
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Frank W. Fenner, 74, of 166 Rochester Dr., Sheboygan Falls, died suddenly at 8 p.m. Monday at his home.

A former Sheboygan Falls businessman, he was born Jan. 20, 1886, in the Town of Sheboygan Falls, a son of the late Herman and Louise Fenner, attended Madison School for a short period and later attended St. Paul's Parochial School in Sheboygan Falls.

On Oct. 20, 1915, he married the former Miss Anna Draeger at Sheboygan Falls. He operated a tavern and restaurant in the city from about 1934 until 1945 when he retired. He had been a resident of Sheboygan Falls for the past 69 years.

Survivors are his wife; two daughters, ... two brothers ..., and two sisters. One brother {Otto} also preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Dean Funeral Home in Sheboygan Falls. The Rev. James W. Samter, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, will officiate and burial will be in Sheboygan Falls Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Funeral - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - January 29, 1960 - p. 8

Frank W. Fenner

Funeral services for Frank W. Fenner, 74, of 166 Rochester Dr., Sheboygan Falls, who died Monday, were held at the Dean Funeral Home Thursday afternoon.

The Rev. James W. Samter, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, officiated. Mrs. Katherine Hemmings played selections on the organ. Burial was in Sheboygan Falls Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Milford Wachter, Armin Weisse, Alfred Gross, George Latsch, Henry Blust and Carlos Schlichting.


Lydia A. Fink - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - March 4, 1986 - p. 4
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Mrs. Lydia A. Fink, 83, Route 1, Elkhart Lake, died Monday at St. Nicholas Hospital.

The former Lydia A. Grunewald was born June 16, 1902, in the Town of Herman, a daughter of the late Julius and Babette Winkel Grunewald.

On April 23, 1921, she married Arthur Fink in the Town of Herman. The couple farmed in the Town of Herman. He died Nov. 26, 1962.

Survivors include four sons, Arthur, of rural Elkhart Lake, Raymond, of Plymouth, Harvey, of Sheboygan Falls, and Leroy, of Franklin; eight daughters, Miss Lorraine Fink, Route 1, Elkhart Lake, Mrs. Eldon (Florence) Voss, of Newton, Mrs. Orville (Gertrude) Ninmer, of Kiel, Mrs. Verna Ehlenbeck, of Glenbeulah, Mrs. Martin (Elvira) Ehlenbeck, of Elkhart Lake, Mrs. Spencer (Caroline) Johnson and Mrs. Francis (Irma) Wolfert, both of Sheboygan, Mrs. Eugene (Lou Ann) Reinemann, of Plymouth; 48 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Elnora Boeldt, of Sheboygan Falls, and Mrs. Elsie Illig, of Manitowoc; and a brother, Herbert Grunewald, of Elkhart Lake. She was preceded in death by 10 brothers, a sister and three sons.

Funeral services will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Zimmer Funeral Home, Howards Grove. The Rev. Lowell Ferguson, pastor of Salem United Church of Christ, will officiate.

Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Immanuel Cemetery, Town of Mosel.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 p.m. Thursday until the time of services.

A memorial fund has been established in Mrs. Fink's name.


Lucille Fenner - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - December 22, 1952 - p.16
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Mrs. Alfred (Lucille) Fenner, 47, of 624 Bluff Avenue, died suddenly at her home Saturday evening at 9:30 o'clock.

Born in Howards Grove on Aug. 18, 1905, the daughter of William and Clara Fuhrmann, she graduated from the Sheboygan High School.

On June 11, 1925, she was married to Alfred Fenner of Sheboygan Falls at St. Mark's Lutheran church by the Rev. William Czmanske. She was an active member of the church and also the Mission Society.

Survivors are her husband; two sons ... and two grandsons. Her parents preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Robert H. Kroos Funeral home with the Rev. Louis Huber of St. Mark's Lutheran church officiating. Interment will be made in the family lot in the Lutheran cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from this evening until the time of the services.

Funeral - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - December 24, 1952 - p. 16

Mrs. Alfred Fenner

Funeral services for Mrs. Alfred (Lucille) Fenner, 47, who passed away Saturday evening at her home, 624 Bluff Avenue, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Robert H. Kroos Funeral home with the Rev. Louis Huber, pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be made in the family lot in Wildwood cemetery.

During the services Miss Hattie Rodewald, Mrs. William Andermann, Otis Weiskopf and James Vercouteren sang "Abide With Me" and "What a Friend We Have In Jesus."

Pallbearers were Gordon Wagner, Henry Hoeft, Willard Stielow, Milton Breher, Victor Holm and Robert Fenner.


Emma Federwisch - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - June 10, 1953 - p. 20
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Mrs. Richard Federwisch, 82, a former resident of Sheboygan Falls, died early today at the Sunset Nursing Home, 606 St. Clair Ave., where she had been a patient for three years.

The former Emma Fenner, daughter of the late William and Christina {sic???} Fenner, she was born Nov. 15, 1860 {sic, 1870}, on a farm in the Town of Sheboygan Falls.

She was married to Richard Federwisch on Aug. 11, 1889, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls.

The couple spent most of their married life on a farm, moving to Sheboygan Falls in 1920. They resided at 235 Fond du Lac Ave. for many years.

Mrs. Federwisch was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and, in her earlier years, was an active church worker.

Survivors are three daughters, ... a son ...; one brother, William Fenner Sr., Sheboygan Falls; a sister, Mrs. Paulina Radtke, Milwaukee; 14 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren.

Her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Erna) Wapp, and one grandchild preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls, with the Rev. Edward Albertin, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in the Sheboygan Falls Cemetery.

The body will lie in state at the A.E. Rauschert Funeral Home, Sheboygan Falls, from 1 p.m. Friday until 11 a.m. Saturday, and at the church from Saturday noon until the hour of services.

Funeral - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - June 15, 1953 - p. 12

Mrs. Richard Federwisch

Funeral services for Mrs. Richard Federwisch, 82, former Sheboygan Falls resident who passed away Wednesday, were held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Sheboygan Falls, on Saturday.

The Rev. Edward Albertin officiated, and burial was made in the Sheboygan Falls cemetery.

During the services Mrs. William Ebs, Mrs. Eric Albers and Mrs. Arthur Hunt sang, "Haare Meine Seele", "Jesus, Lover of My Soul", and "Abide With Me."

Pallbearers were Arthur Hahn, Arthur Millert, George Fenner, Adolph Fenner, Walter Baumann, and Milton Siebert.


Leona Firme - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - June 17, 1943 - P. 8
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Mrs. Elmer Firme of Random Lake Dies Wednesday

Random Lake - Mrs. Elmer Firme, nee Leona Mehlos died on Wednesday morning at St. Nicholas hospital after having been a patient there for four weeks. She was born on Jan. 28, 1900, in the town of Scott and was married to Elmer Firme on Oct. 1, 1921, at Silver Creek by the Rev. Kuno Kuenne.

After their marriage the couple settled in Random Lake where they have resided since.

Survivors are her husband, a son, Vernon at home, her father, Herman Mahlos, a sister, Mrs. Margaret Moths, and a brother Harvey Mehlos all of Milwaukee and a brother, Edward, of West Bend.

The body can be viewed at the D. G. Wilk Funeral home in Random Lake on Friday afternoon and evening. At 10 o'clock Saturday morning it will be taken to the St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church in that community where it can be viewed from 11 a.m. until the time of the services in the afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Burial will be in the Boltonville Union cemetery, Boltonville. Officiating at the services will be the Rev. Martin Lehmann, pastor of St. John's church, and the Rev. Otto Scheib of Elkhart Lake, former pastor of the church.


John Fonteine - Sheboygan County Historical Review - Third Quarter – 1909
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John Fonteine, a highly respected pioneer of the town of Holland, expired at his home in Cedar Grove on June 27, 1909. He had been ill for a year or more, but the immediate cause of death was hemorrhage.

The last sad rites were performed on June 29, and the interment was in the Union cemetery in that village, the Rev. J.W.F. Roth of the Presbyterian church officiating.

Mr. Fonteine was born in Zeeland, Holland, on March 31, 1824. He came to America in 1854, the voyage from Rotterdam requiring forty-five days. One year later, in 1855, he settled in the town of Holland. He had learned the trade of carpenter, and he continued to work at it intermittently, although he changed his occupation to that of farming.

His marriage with Miss Elizabeth Muelendyk was solemnized in 1864 at Cedar Grove. The wife preceded him in death fourteen years. He is survived by his son Adrian Fonteine, the postmaster and well-known citizen of Cedar Grove.

His loyalty to the country of his adoption was shown by his service during the Rebellion. He was a member of Company G, 34th Wis Reg and Company H, 6th Wis. Reg.


Joseph Freimuth - Sheboygan County Historical Review - Fourth Quarter – 1909
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On November 20, 1909, occurred the very sudden death of Joseph Freimuth of Sheboygan. He was employed at the Sheboygan Chair company's plant and had completed his day's work when he expired, death occurring while he was yet at the factory. That not all had been well with him during the afternoon was observed by a fellow workman, but since he continued with his labors no further notice of what seemed like a strange action on his part was taken. Soon after the plant shut down for the day, which it does on Saturdays at five o'clock, he went into an adjoining room, where a few minutes later he was found lying on the floor dead.

Coroner Feagen being summoned the cause of death was inquired into. He found that Mr. Freimuth had died of heart failure.

The funeral was held on Tuesday, November 23.

He was a chair maker by trade and had been employed in several factories in Sheboygan for many years. He was sixty-one years old.

Joseph Freimuth - Sheboygan Press - Monday - November 22, 1909 - P. 1 - C. 7
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Dies While At Work In Factory - Was An Old Resident

Joseph Freimuth Passes Away Suddenly of Heart Failure. Joseph Freimuth, an old resident of Sheboygan, who was born here and made this city his home all his life, dropped dead of heart failure, Saturday evening, while employed at the factory of the Sheboygan Chair Company on Indiana avenue. Death came at about five o'clock and a few minutes later he was found by fellow employes, on the floor near the matching machine at which he was working. A physician was called and after finding life was extinct, Coroner Feagan was called. The body was removed to his home 1307 South Seventh street in the ambulance. Mrs. Freimuth was prostrated when she heard of the death of her husband. Joseph Freimuth was born in Sheboygan on October 14, 1848, and attained the age of sixty-one years. He was married on July 5, 1887, to Louisa Hugg, who besides their children, survives him. The children are: Bernard, Clemense, Josephine, Anton and Clarence. He leaves two brothers, John and Louis, of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. Lastine Hoberg, of Green Bay, and Mrs. Margaret Gerard, of Baraga, Mich. His mother died last June, at the age of ninety-two years, and his father, a number of years ago at the same age. Mr. Freimuth for a number of years, and up to about ten years ago followed the lakes. He was a member of the first life saving crew commissioned in this port, serving under Captain Groh. For the past ten years he has been working in the chair factories, being identified chiefly with the Sheboygan Chair Company. He was a member of the congregation of St. Peter Claver church, a member of the St. Peter Aid Society, and of the Sheboygan Aid Society. These two societies will have charge of his funeral. Mr. Freimuth was a man who was held in high esteem and was numbered among the honored pioneers of Sheboygan county. His death has cast a pall over the home from which he has been taken. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, from St. Peter Claver church. Rev. Fr. Van Treeck will officiate. Burial will be in the North Side Catholic cemetery. The Press joins with the many friends of the bereaved wife and children, in expressing heartfelt sympathy.

Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - November 23, 1909 - P. 1 - C. 4

Performed Last Sad Rites


The funeral of Joseph Freimuth who died Saturday evening, was held from St. Peter Claver church at nine o'clock this morning. Rev. Fr. Van Treeck, conducted the funeral service. Burial was in the North side Catholic cemetery. Beautiful wreaths, bouquets and floral pieces were laid on the bier by the many friends and relatives of the deceased. The pall bearers were Messrs. F. Radtke, George Reuter, John Gorte, fellow members of the Sheboygan Aid Society, and Albert Hiebing, George Hiebing, and William Grenke of the Sheboygan Aid Society. Those from out of the city who attended the funeral are Mrs. Lastine Hoberg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoberg, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hoberg, John Hoberg, William Hoberg, of Green Bay, Mrs. Nick Gerard of Baraga, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hugg of Milwaukee, Miss Clara Hugg of Antigo, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boonger of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kohn of Centerville, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Herman of Manitowoc.

Sheboygan Press - Friday - November 26, 1909 - P. 8 - C. 7

Card of Thanks. We desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to the neighbors and friends who were so kind during our recent affliction in the death of a husband and father. Kindly acts at a time like this tend to make the blow fall the lighter. Mrs. J. Freimuth And Family.


Marie Fisher - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - August 17, 1948 - P.10
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Mrs. Marie Fisher, 51, nee Burkard, wife of Frank Fisher, 1815-A Calumet Drive, passed away early this morning at the St. Nicholas hospital following a short illness.

Born in this city Dec. 27, 1896, the daughter of John and Anna Burkard, she attended parochial school and was married to Frank Fisher on Aug. 12, 1936. Since their marriage they always resided in this city.

Mrs. Fisher was a charter member of the Auxiliary of Wolf-Olson Post No. 1230, V.F.W., and an active member of the drill team for eight years. She was a member of the Holy Name congregation.

Survivors are her husband; two daughters and a son, Miss Shirley at home, Mrs. William (Ruth) Erickson and John Eckhardt of Riverside, Cal.; two sisters, Mrs. Julia Grau and Mrs. Jacob Leibham of this city; four brothers, Joseph, Charles, George and William Burkard all of this city; and a number of nieces and nephews. One brother, Fred, preceded her in death.

A memorial services will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Kroos Funeral home by the Wolf-Olson Post Auxiliary for their deceased member.

Funeral services have been tentatively planned for 8:30 a.m. Friday at the Kroos Funeral home.

The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday, August 18, 1948 - P. 10

Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Fisher, 51, wife of Frank Fisher, of 1815-A Calumet drive, who died at St. Nicholas hospital Tuesday morning, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Kroos Funeral home, the Rt Rev Msgr. Philipp Dreis officiating. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from this evening until the time of services.


Frank Flink - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - July 6, 1955 - p. 16
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Frank Flink, 66, of 724 Pennsylvania Ave., passed away at 3 a.m., today, at the home following a lingering illness.

He was born Jan. 25, 1889, in the Netherlands, the son of the late Frank and Josephine Flink. He came to America, direct to Sheboygan, with his parents and a sister, in 1913. For 37 years, until his retirement two years ago, he was an employee of the Kohler company.

Only survivors are a brother-in-law, John Van der Plasse, of Sheboygan, and several nephews and nieces.

Funeral services will be held Friday at the Ballhorn Funeral chapels. The hour of services will be announced on Thursday. Burial will be made in the Wildwood cemetery.


Alfred O. Flunker - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - February 24, 1965 - P.12
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Alfred O. Flunker, 47, of the Town of Mitchell, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon after being stricken with an apparent heart attack while at work with the L. E. Meyers Construction Company near Watertown.

Born Oct. 17, 1917 in the Town of Mitchell, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Flunker, he attended district school and was graduated from Waldo High School in 1936.

He was married on Nov. 30, 1939 in Cascade, to Lucille Steinke. The couple lived in South Milwaukee, Sheboygan Falls, Lake Ellen, and the past 16 years, in the Town of Mitchell.

A mason by trade, Mr. Flunker was employed over the years by the Bucyrus Erie Co. in Milwaukee, Lakeside Packing Co. in Sheboygan, the Kohler Co., spent a year in Greeland with foreign construction; C. L. Clark Construction Co., Plymouth; and the L. E. Meyer Construction Co. the past two years.

He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Cascade.

He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Roger (Judy) Shovan, Waldo, Sallie and Linda, at home; four sons, Pfc Wallace, U.S. Army in Germany, Pfc Richard, U.S. Marine Corps, Hawaii; and John and Charles at home; two grandchildren and a half brother, Alvin Luedtke of South Milwaukee.

Funeral services are pending at the Wittkopp Funeral Home in Plymouth.

The Sheboygan Press - Thursday, February 25, 1965 - P. 8

Funeral services for Alfred Flunker, 47, of the Town of Mitchell, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Cascade.

The Rev. Donald Werchan, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Friends may call at the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth, from 2 p.m. Friday until 11 a.m. Saturday and at the church from noon until the time of services.


George W. Fairweather - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - April 21, 1944 - p. 6
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G. W. Fairweather Dies at Home in City Early Today

George W. Fairweather, 1421 N. Sixth street, well known electrical contractor, died at his home at 2:45 o'clock this morning after a short illness.

Born in Chicago on Nov. 26, 1889, he came to Sheboygan in 1905 where he learned the electrical trade which he followed all his life. In 1921 he started his own electrical contracting business in Sheboygan.

On Aug. 22, 1912, he was married to Hattie Dickow, daughter of Paul and Agnes Dickow of Sheboygan, and the family resided here since.

Survivors are his wife; four children, Mrs. Wayne (Helen) Wykuis of Oostburg, Ruth of Chicago, Jeanne of Milwaukee, and Robert, an aviation cadet stationed at Maxwell Field, Ala.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fairweather of Chicago.

Mr. Fairweather was a great lover of the outdoors and his greatest hobbies were hunting and fishing. He possessed a pleasing personality and enjoyed a large number of friends.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 3 p.m. at the residence with the Rev. William Czamanske, pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran church, officiating. Burial will be made in Wildwood cemetery. Friends may call at the residence from Saturday evening until the time of the services.


Mrs. Edwin H. {Louise} Froehlich - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - December 28, 1970 - p. 10
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Mrs. Edwin H. Froehlich, 86, of Glenbeulah died Sunday at the Plymouth Hospital following an illness of six months.

The former Lousie{sic} {Louise?} Mehre was born Feb. 9, 1884 in the Town of Holland, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Mehre.

She was married to Mr. Froehlich on Oct. 10, 1906 in Plymouth.

The couple lived and farmed in the Town of Greenbush before moving to Glenbeulah 40 years ago.

Mrs. Froehlich was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Glenbeulah, and a charter member of its Ladies Aid Society.

Survivors include her husband and a half-brother, Fred Ries, Sheboygan.

A brother and four sisters preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Zion Church, Glenbeulah, the Rev. Lester Bischoff, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Greenbush Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth, from 2 p.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday and at the church from noon.


Infant Son Felton - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - May 15, 1933 - p. 2
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Infant Son is Summoned Sunday

The infant son of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Felton, 623 End court, died shortly after birth Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.

Survivors are: his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Felton and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Meggers of Town Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. William Felton of this city.

Services will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Ramm Funeral Home and burial will be made in Wildwood cemetery.


Abigail Fausch - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - April 30, 1976 - p. 10
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Mrs. Abigail Fausch, 96, a resident of the Heritage Nursing Center, died there Tuesday morning.

The former Abigail Pishion, she was born Feb. 13, 1880, at Quincy (Adams County), a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Pishlon.

The family moved to a farm near Easton (Adams County) where she attended school and became a school teacher.

On July 3, 1900, she married Herman E. Fausch and the couple resided in the Town of Richfield (Adams County).

After her husband's death here in 1917, Mrs. Fausch moved to Sheboygan with her family and worked at several local manufacturing companies and did institutional housemother work.

From 1942 to 1944 she was an actress with the Passion Play produced by Josef Meier, whose theatrical company has since established residency in the Black Hills of South Dakota where it has become nationally famous.

Later Mrs. Fausch served as a teacher at Niles, Mich., until 1950, when she returned to Sheboygan.

Mrs. Fausch was a key figure in the campaign to start a YWCA in Sheboygan.

She was a resident of the Pine Haven Christian Home, Sheboygan Falls, prior to moving to Heritage Nursing Center in December 1972.

She was a member of First Presbyterian Church.

Surviving are one son, Clayton R. Fausch of Dunnellon, Fla.; one daughter, Mrs. Sigurd F. (Marvel) Anderson of Hopkins, Minn.; six grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; four great great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Alice D. Smith of Adams.

Seven sisters and brothers preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels, the Rev. Russell R. Morgan, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral chapels after 4 p.m. Thursday.


August H. Froh - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - May 11, 1967 - p. 10
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August H. Froh, 84, a retired Town of Plymouth farmer, died at Plymouth Hospital late Wednesday night after a three month illness.

Born Aug. 11, 1882, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Froh. He came to the United States in 1885 with his parents, settling in Sheboygan.

On June 17, 1905, he married Ida Reinholz at Trinity Lutheran Church.

The couple lived in Sheboygan while Mr. Froh was employed at the Kohler Co., then moved to a farm in the Town of Greenbush in 1915. They moved to their present farm in the Town of Plymouth in 1942.

Mr. Froh was a member of Zion Lutheran Church at Glenbeulah.

Survivors include his wife; three sons, Lester of Brillion, Allen at home and Milton of Plymouth, and three grandsons. Five brothers and a sister preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church, Glenbeulah, the Rev. Lester Bischoff, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Plymouth Woodlawn Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Wittkopp Funeral Home from 3 to 10 p.m. on Friday and at the church from 9 a.m. Saturday until the hour of services.


Patrick Fritzpatrick - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - March 25, 1955 - P.8
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Patrick Fitzpatrick, 98, Cascade, one of the oldest persons in Sheboygan county, passed away at 11:20 p.m., Thursday, at St. Nicholas Hospital following a brief illness.

Mr. Fitzpatrick was born on Jan. 1, 1857, at Minerstown, Ohio, the son of the late Michael and Catherine Fitzpatrick. In 1863 the family moved to Random Lake and the deceased attended school there. Two years later they moved to the town of Mitchell.

In 1886, upon the death of his father, Patrick Fitzpatrick took over operation of the family farm, and he ran the farm until 1888 when his mother passed away. He married on Jan. 7, 1890, to Miss Julia McBride, town of Mitchell, and the couple settled on the Fitzpatrick farm. In 1935 they moved to Cascade. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church and the Holy Name society of the church.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Will (Nora) Murray of Cascade; one son, Francis, Cascade; four grandchildren; and one sister, Sr. M. Francis O.S.B. of St. Mary's Convent, Nauvoo, Il.

His wife passed away in 1946. He was also preceded in death by two daughters, Ellen and Mrs. Margaret Gilboy; two sons, James and John; and two brothers and one sister.

Funeral services will be held at 9:15 a.m., Monday, at the Gentine Funeral home, Plymouth, and at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic church. The Rev. Louis F. Schmidt will be celebrant of the requiem high mass and burial will be in the church cemetery.

The body will lie in state at the funeral home from 1 p.m., Sunday, until the hour of services. Members of the Holy Name society and the parish will hold a vigil at the funeral home at 3:30 p.m., Sunday.


Nicholas Franzen - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - March 25, 1955 - P.8
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Nicholas Franzen, 77, of 2327 Calumet Drive, passed away at St. Nicholas Hospital on Thursday morning.

He was born in Charlesburg, Calumet county, on Dec. 10, 1877, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Matt Franzen, pioneer settlers in the county. On Nov. 26, 2901, he was married at Charlesburg to Katherine Giebl. In Sept., 1927, they came to Sheboygan to make their home. He was employed at the Vollrath company for many years and later was an employee of the city street department. He was a member of St. Dominic's Catholic church.

Survivors include his wife; five sons, Anton, Michael, Gregory, Sylvester and Clemens, all of Sheboygan; four daughters, Mrs. Leo (Marcelle) Debraske of Green Bay, Mrs. Ray (Lorraine) Pelchen, Mrs. Christ (Josephine) Eirich, and Mrs. Edward (Imelda) Chrispens, all of Sheboygan; 24 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Retterath of Fond du Lac, and Mrs. Clara Mueller of Chilton.

He was preceded in death by a son, Conrad; one sister and three brothers.

Funeral services will be held at St. Dominic's church at 9 a.m., Saturday, following brief rites at Gerend's Funeral home. Following the requiem high mass, burial will be made in Calvary cemetery.

The body will lie in state until the hour of services. A parish vigil will be held at the funeral home at 8 p.m. today.


Mrs. Arwin {Frances} Feld - The Sheboygan Press - Saturday - December 28, 1963 - P.6
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Funeral services will be held Monday for Mrs. Arwin Feld, 69, who died of an apparent heart attack Friday at her home, 1619 Blocki Ct.

A requiem high Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday at Holy Name Catholic Church with the Rev. Anthony Knackert, pastor, as celebrant. Brief family rites will be held at Nickel's Funeral Home at 9:30 a.m. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Sunday. The St. Ann Christian Mothers and Altar Society will conduct a vigil at the funeral home at 7 o'clock Sunday evening.

Mrs. Feld, the former Frances Muehlbauer, was born in Sheboygan Dec. 13, 1894, the daughter of Frank and Caroline Muehlbauer, and was a lifelong resident of Sheboygan.

She was married to Arwin Feld Sept. 13, 1924. She was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church and the St. Ann Christian Mothers and Altar Society.

Surviving are her husband; two brothers, Oscar Muehlbauer, Merrill, and John Muehlbauer, Sheboygan, and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Kahr and Mrs. William Mueller, both of Sheboygan.


Mary Froehlich - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - August 3, 1970 - P.8
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Mrs. Walter Froehlich, 79, Glenbeulah, died at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital Sunday evening. She had been a patient there one day.

The former Mary Carmen was born June 1, 1891, in Hingham, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carmen. She was married Sept. 28, 1916 in Glenbeulah to Walter Froehlich.

The couple farmed in the Town of Greenbush until moving to Glenbeulah in 1944. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1966. Mrs. Froehlich was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Glenbeulah and was a past president and secretary of the Ladies Aid.

Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Adrian (Adeline) DeZeeuw, Sheboygan, and Miss Leila Froehlich, Minneapolis; two grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Walter Fenner, Town of Sheboygan Falls, and Mrs. Vernon Price, Neshkoro, and one brother, Edgar, Cass Lake, Minn.

One brother and one sister preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Zion Church, Glenbeulah, with the Rev. Louis Spilker, of West Allis, officiating. Burial will be in Greenbush Cemetery.

Friends may call at Wittkopp Funeral Home from 2 p.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday and at the church from noon until time of services.

A memorial fund has been established in Mrs. Froehlich's name.


Florence Feyersen - Herald Times Reporter {Manitowoc, Wis.} - July 30, 1975 - P. 3 - {Florence Feyerson/ Mar 31 1895/ Jul 1975/ SSDI}
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Mrs. Florence Feyersen, 79, widow of the late Alois N. Feyersen, a resident of Park Lawn Home, Manitowoc, the past eight years, died Tuesday morning at the home.

Funeral services were at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ballhorn Funeral Chapels, Sheboygan, Duane R.S. Mills, rector of Grace Episcopal Church, Sheboygan, officiated with burial in Wildwood Cemetery, Sheboygan.

Survivors include two sons, Wilbur H. and Ralph D., of Manitowoc and six grandchildren.

The Sheboygan Press - July 30, 1975 - P. 2

Funeral services for Mrs. Florence Feyersen, 79, of the Park Lawn Home, Manitowoc, who died there Tuesday, were held at 1:30 p.m. today at the Ballhon Funeral Chapels.

The Rev. Duane R.S. Mills, rector of Grace Episcopal Church, was the officiant. Burial was in Wildwood Cemetery.

The former Florence Jones, was born March 31, 1896 at Pasadena, Calif.

She married Alis N. Feyersen of Minneapolis.

In 1944, the couple moved to California where he died June 18, 1947.

In 1948, Mrs. Feyersen came to Wisconsin. She had been a resident of Manitowoc for the past eight years.

She is survived by two sons, Wilber H. and Ralph D., both of Manitowoc, and six grandchilddren.

She was preceded in death by a brother and sister.


Zema Faas - Sheboygan Press - Monday - January 8, 1912 - P. 1
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Mrs. Dork Faas died Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the family residence in Sheboygan Falls after an illness of some months duration, the malady being cancer of the stomach. Mrs. Faas nee Wilterdink was born in Gibbsville, and was 52 years and nine months of age at the time of her death. Thirty-four years ago she was married to Mr. Faas and until five years ago they resided on a farm three miles from the Falls. At that time they moved into the village which had since been her place of residence. Besides a husband she is survived by two children, Mrs. Ernst Heitenreiter, and Albert, who travels for the Phoenix Chair Co. of this city. There are six grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Albert Wilterdink, Wausau, John, Plain View, Texas, William, Lincoln, Neb., Mrs. John Debbink, Milwaukee, Mrs. Sam Dunnewold, Madison, and Mrs. John Daane, Sheboygan Falls. The funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the Holland church in the falls, the Rev. Tietma of Randolph, Wisconsin officiating. He was a former pastor of the church in the Falls and well acquainted with Mrs. Faas. Mrs. Faas was a woman who commanded the respect and esteem of a large following of friends who will be pained to learn of her death. She was a true Christian woman and one who was happiest when in her home surrounded by her family.


Margaretha Folz - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - October 25, 1911 - P. 1 - C. 6
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Mrs. Margaretha Folz, wife of Jacob Folz died at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the family residence, 934 Georgia avenue after an illness of a month's duration. Mrs. Folz, nee Fox, was born in Orscholz, Germany, July 13, 1832 and came to this country and to Sheboygan 21 years ago today, her death occurring on the anniversary. Death was due to old age, and the end came peacefully, with members of her family around her bedside. A woman of fine character she had hosts of friends who will be pained to learn of her death. Besides a husband she is survived by four children, Peter, John and Michael and Mrs. Adam Strigel, all of this city. The funeral will be held from the South Side Catholic church Saturday morning with interment in the South Side Catholic cemetery, Rev. Van Treeck officiating.


Daniel Fanning - Sheboygan Press - Wednesdayday - May 15, 1911 - P. 8 - C. 2
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Daniel Fanning, aged 68 years and a resident of Port Washington, who has been employed as foreman here, died this morning at St. Nicholas hospital of dropsy. The remains were taken to Port Washington this afternoon where interment will be made. The deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. O'Brien of Port Washington.


Fannie Farnsworth - Sheboygan Press - Thursday - January 27, 1910 - P. 8 - C. 5
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Sheboygan Falls - Word has been received of the death of Miss Fannie Farnsworth formerly of this village. She had been ill for the past six months at the home of her sister Mrs. Belos Churchill at Chenoa, Ill. Miss Farnsworth was 45 years of age and besides her sister is survived by her aged mother. The remains will be brought to Sheboygan and burial will take place Friday morning in the Falls cemetery.


Alfred Freistel - Sheboygan Press - Friday - January 26, 1912 - P. 1 - C. 3
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Albert (sic Alfred) Feistel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Feistel, passed away at the family residence 1424 Virginia avenue this afternoon after an illness of some months. Mr. Feistel was a young man well known to a large number of people of Sheboygan. He was a master of the piano, an instrument which he loved, and he had played on numerous occasions both at benefits and church entertainments. Besides playing for a time at the Idle Hour he had given numerous music lessons. The parents have the sympathy of their many friends in this hour of their deep sorrow.

Sheboygan Press - Saturday - January 27, 1912 - p. 1 - C. 6

The funeral of the late Alfred G. Feistel will take place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Feistel, 1424 Virginia avenue. Services will be conducted by Rev. E.E. Dresser. All funeral arrangements will be under the auspices of the Eagles' lodge. Besides the parents, two brothers survive, August, at home and Edwin J. of Colorado. Alfred G. Feistel was born on Nov. 22, 1882 in this city and attended the local schools. Later he spent ten years in the school for the blind at Janesville, becoming an expert pianist and tuner. On his return he secured a position as head piano tuner for the King Piano Co. Later he played the piano at the Idle Hour where he continued until about six weeks ago, sickness compelling him to resign. Alfred Feistel has a host of friends. Being an obliging you man, always ready to assist or do a favor, he readily made lasting friendship with whom his memory will remain for years to come.

Sheboygan Press - Monday - January 29, 1912 - p. 1 - C. 5

The funeral of the late Alfred G. Feistel was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudoph Feistel, 1424 Virginia avenue. The funeral was under the auspices of the Eagles' lodge. He was also a member of the Moose lodge and the Musician's organization. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. George Feistel, Miss Elsie Feistel and Fred and Geo Feistel of Two Rivers, Miss End, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trithilan, Cascade; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker, Mrs. Barth, Miss Soldo, Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Meins of Port Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Koening, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Belert, Mrs. Henry Weiss and son and Mrs. Schroeder of Saukville. The pallbearers were Dr. George Puls, Herman Buchheim, J. Clark, Edward Hoffman, Frank Weber and Mathew Scherer. During the funeral the box office at the opera house was closed as Mr. Feistel was at one time an attache of the house.


Killiam Feltzmann - Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - January 16, 1912 - P. 8 - C. 6
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The funeral of Killian Feltzmann, who died Sunday will take place tomorrow from the St. Peter Claver church, the Rev. J.P. Van Treeck officiating. Interment in the Southside Catholic cemetery.


John Felzmann - Sheboygan Press - Monday - November 29, 1909 - P. 1 - C. 6
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John Felzmann, died at his home, 1937 South Twelfth street, at the age of 24, after a long illness. He was born in this city on August 1, 1885. His parents survive him. Burial will be in the Southside Catholic cemetery, from St. Peter Claver church, Rev. Fr. Van Treeck officiating.


Godlib Fisher - Sheboygan Press - Thursday - January 13, 1910 - P. 1 - C. 2
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The Press today furnishes its readers with an excellent likeness of Godlib Fisher, who died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Herman Truttschel January 4th. The Press is under obligations to the Sheboygan County News for the cut. The News has the following account of the funeral of Mr. Fisher: The funeral of Mr. Fisher took place at the residence of Herman Truttschel on the Dye road in Lima at one o'clock on Friday afternoon, the Rev. George Wildermuth of Sheboygan Falls and the Rev. Perry of Waldo officiating. Members of the Jairus Richardson Post No. 12, G.A.R., of Sheboygan Falls, of which the deceased was a worthy member, acted as pallbearers and took part in the services at the grave. Interment in the Firmin cemetery on the Dye road. Godlib Fisher, a practical farmer, whose home is on section 7, Lima township, is one of the honored veterans of the late war. He is a native of Wurtemberg, Germany, and was born in 1827. He is one of a family of 4 sons and 4 daughters, whose parents were John and Mary (Shiller) Fisher. The father was a mechanic and carpenter by trade, and followed contracting and building extensively. He was thoroughly educated in the German language and was a participant in several of the most important battles of the Franco-German War of 1812, fighting against the Emperor Napoleon in the German army. He was severely wounded in the right foot and left leg. For his bravery he was presented with a beautiful silver medal by the King of Wurtemberg. There is only one sister of the family living, Louisa, wife of Andrew Gunther, who resides near Sandusky, Ohio. Godlib Fisher set sail from Havre, France, with his parents in 1834 and was thirty-six days on the ocean in the good ship "France Age Steppo." On landing in New York, they proceeded to Buffalo, where the government tried to press the father into service. However, he continued his journey as far as Sandusky, Ohio, near which he entered fifty acres of land in the thick forest. The country was sparsely settled and Indians and wild animals were abundant. The parents died on this homestead, the father at the age of seventy-three years and the mother in her eightieth year. On coming to America our subject was a child of seven years, and his youth was spent in the wilderness, engaged in clearing and improving his father's farm. He received a fair English and German education and continued under the parental roof until twenty-three years of age. His first active business for himself was in Sandusky, where he obtained employment in the depot warehouse where he remained for some three years. Then returning to the old farm he operated it for a year, but as it did not seem profitable he decided to return to his former employment, but, in Sandusky, he met a friend who said "Let us go West and buy a farm." Accordingly, with five of his comrades, he came to Sheboygan county in 1854 settling in the town of Scott. Before leaving Ohio Mr. Fisher was united in marriage to Miss Lena Crysinger on March 22, 1853. Mrs. Fisher was also born in Germany. By this union nine children were born, six sons and three daughters, six of whom are still living as follows: John, George and Gottlieb of Clark county, Wis., Mrs. Herman Truttschel and Mrs. Frank Littlefield of Lima and Mrs. John Brickbauer of Plymouth. To each of his children he gave 80 acres of land with a good residence, necessary buildings and farming implements. Mrs. Fisher was a valuable helpmate to her husband aiding him in every possible way. Mr. Fisher enlisted in Company F. Thirty-seventh Wisconsin Infantry in 1864 and served until the close of the war. he was ordered at once to Fortress Monroe, then to City Point, and thence into the hottest of the battle near Petersburg, Va. On the 25th of March, 1865 he was present at the hard-fought battle of Fort Stedman. On the 2nd of the following April he was in the terrible battle at Ft. Mahon where many of his comrades met death. An incident related by Mr. Fisher shows one of his narrow escapes. He was sitting in his tent writing a letter, when a shell came rolling near his feet. It stopped only a short distance from him, and there exploded, but as he had instantly thrown himself flat on the ground escaped without injury. His regiment was later placed to guard a railroad until the surrender of Gen. Lee, at which time they were only four miles from Richmond. They took part in the Grand Review at Washington, one of the greatest military displays ever witnessed, after which they were discharged at Finleytown, four miles from Washington, and their final discharge papers were received in Madison, Wis.


John Flaig - Sheboygan Press - Thursday - October 5, 1911 - P. 1 - C. 5
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Died On Wednesday

The funeral of John Flaig who died yesterday morning at 11:15 will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 from his late home, 920 North Eleventh street, the Rev. Schreiber of the German Methodist church officiating. Interment will be in the Wildwood cemetery. The decedent was born at Floetzlingen, Germany, August 14, 1846 and came to this country with his parents in 1850 settling in Sheboygan county. He was married in 1869 to Caroline Buchem. The widow and four children, Mrs. A.C. East, Spokane, Washington, Mrs. J. Schumacher, Milwaukee, Mrs. John Ireland, Sheboygan and Mrs. D. Moses, Rosemead, Canada, survive, besides two sisters, Mrs. C. Meter, Sheboygan and Mrs. Mary Thimig, town of Wilson and one brother, Mathew Flaig of the town of Wilson. The decedent was well known in the city. He was a cooper by trade but during the past few years had followed gardening. He was 65 years of age and had been ill since last March.


Helen Foley - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - November 15, 1911 - P. 1 - C. 7
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Mrs. Foley Passes Away

Mrs. Helen Foley, wife of William H. Foley and mother of Dr. Lee Foley, former Marquette university football star, passed away at the family residence, 106 Twentieth street Milwaukee, Tuesday. She was about 60 years of age. Mrs. Foley is survived by her husband the following children: William, Emma, Robert, Alfred, James, Edgar, Leander and Victor. Mrs. Foley had been sick for about three weeks but her condition was not considered extremely serious although she suffered from heart trouble. Tuesday she suffered another attack which resulted in ... For sixteen years the Foley family resided in Milwaukee, going there from Random Lake, this county...son, Leander, was well known in athletic circles and {remainder illegible}.


Fred Fredricks - Sheboygan Press - Monday - October 16, 1911 - P. 1 - C. 5
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Fred Fredricks, aged 28 years, whose home is at Ne Koose, Wis., died yesterday. He had been a resident of the city since Sept. 28th, taking treatments. The body will be shipped to his home tomorrow.


Clara Friedrichs - Sheboygan Press - Monday - November 15, 1909 - P. 1 - C. 7
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Death Cuts Short Life Of Young Lady - Miss Friedrichs No More - Parents are Seriously Ill -- Funeral Will Be Held Tuesday.

The wide circle of friends of Miss Clara Friedrichs will be pained to learn of her untimely death which took place at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at St. Nicholas hospital, after an illness of some length. For nine weeks she had been at the hospital and had undergone two operations in hopes of saving her life but all to no avail. Miss Friedrichs was born in this city in November, 1878 and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Friedrichs, who reside at 1526 Indiana avenue this city. When she was first taken ill her condition was not deemed alarming but later an operation was planned with the only hopes of saving her life. Later a second operation was necessary, but her condition had steadily grown worse and though every effort was put forth on the part of skillful surgeons, it was useless. Miss Friedrichs had resided in Sheboygan all her lifetime and each year she had added to her list of acquaintances. A life has gone out when everything seemed brightest, and a pall is cast over the home from which she has been taken. There is consolation in those surviving in the knowledge that she is beyond all suffering, in the land where all is sunshine, and where sickness is a stranger. Death in this instance is sad, for the bereaved parents are confined to their home, both being ill, and the father seriously. Besides her parents she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. John Steimele, Mrs. Otto E. Zwerg Jr., Miss Ida Friedrichs and one brother August, all of this city. The funeral will be held on Tuesday at 2 o'clock from the home of Otto E. Zwerg, 1614 North Eighth street, the Rev. Horstmeier officiating. Interment will take place in the new cemetery. The sorrowing relatives have the sympathy of their many friends in this hour of their sad bereavement.

Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - November 17, 1909 - p. 1 - C. 3

Funeral On Tuesday - The last sad rites over the remains of Miss Clara Friedrichs were performed at the home of the sister of the deceased, Mrs. Otto Zwerg, 1614 North Eighth street, Tuesday afternoon. The beautiful floral pieces, baskets, bouquets and wreaths testified to the high esteem in which the young lady was held. Among these were several which deserve special mention, among them the "Gates Ajar" and "Broken Wheel" and a basket of roses. Requiem mass was sung by Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Strassburger, Miss Erna Ebenreiter and Fred Eckardt. The sermon was delivered by the Rev. Horstmeier of the German Reformed church, and burial was in Wildwood cemetery. The pallbearers were Oswald Zimbal, Joseph Herr, A.L. Hartman, Herman Radtke, Oscar Friedrichs and Anton Illig.


Alfred Frost - Sheboygan Press - Saturday - January 27, 1912 - P. 1 - C. 3
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Alfred Frost Dies - The Frost's Veneer Seating Co. received a telegram this morning announcing the death of Albert H. Frost, vice president, which occurred last evening in New York. He was 65 years of age, and besides being vice president of the local company was president of two other plants, one in Vermont and the other in New York. He had visited this city on several occasions and had made numerous friends. Besides a wife and one son he is survived by two brothers George and L.L. Frost. Mr. Frost was a business man held in high esteem and his death causes keen regret.


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