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Mrs. August Moenning - Sheboygan News - June 1906
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Moenning - Mrs. August Moenning, aged 25 years, died Saturday, June 2, 1906, at her home in the town of Wilson. She was born in Pommern, Ger., Feb. 8, 1881 and came to America with her parents in 1891.


Mrs. P. McTaggart - Sheboygan County News - Wednesday - January 15, 1902 - p.10
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Glenbeulah, Wis. - January 13, 1902 - Mrs. P. McTaggart died at her home in this village Monday morning of pneumonia aged 75 yrs. She leaves a husband three daughters and one son as follows: Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Melcher of Oshkosh; Mrs. Wagner and James of Minneapolis. The funeral was held Wednesday at the C. A. church at 10 a.m. Interment in Plymouth cemetery, Father Meyer officiating. Undertaker Mann had charge.


James McTaggart - Sheboygan County News - Wednesday - May 30, 1900 - p.1
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Killed Near Escanaba
James McTaggart of Sheboygan Crushed to Death by the Cars

James McTaggart, a member of the McTaggart family who reside at No. 312 N. Water street, in this city, and was employed as brakeman on a C. & N. W. ore train, was killed Thursday evening, May 24th while in the performance of his duty.

The train on which McTaggart was employed was pulling into a small station near Escanaba and he was standing on the front platform of the caboose, when a sudden stop threw him to the track. He was evidently stunned by the fall and as the train slacked back the wheels of the first car ahead of the caboose ran over his body crushing out his life. The deceased was thirty-one years of age.

His brothers, John and Charles went to Escanaba last Friday and returned here Saturday evening with the body. The funeral was held at the Church of the Holy Name, Monday morning, the Rev. Father Thill officiating. Interment in the South Side Catholic cemetery.


Kenneth B. McKenna - The Sheboygan Press - Aug. 13, 2001
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Mr. Kenneth "Mac" B. McKenna, age 74, of Random Lake, was called to rest on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2001 at his home.

He was born on April 28, 1927 in the town of Holland, the son of the late John and Verna {Kies} McKenna. At an early age his family moved to Random Lake, where he resided his entire life. He attended St. Mary's Grade School, Random Lake High School and served his country in the U. S. Army from 1947 to 1948.

On Oct. 24, 1953 he was united in marriage to Ruth Domann at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Random Lake.

He was employed by Krier Preserving Company for 22 years and be Bolens Manufacturing for 10 years when he was forced to reitre due to a visual handicap. He attended three summer sessions at the Wisconsin School for the Blind in Janesville and then was employed as a part-time janitor at Times Printing in Random Lake until 1999, when his health started to fail due to heart disease. He still tried hard and did his best at everything he could, as working was one of his favorite past-times. He had a part-time antique furniture/stripping business and was challenged by hundreds of beautiful pieces.

Mac {as most people called him} loved to live, lived to love, and loved to laugh. He knew a lot of people, had many friends, became interested in and was a member of the Random Lake Historical Society. He liked to visit and told many stories about Random Lake in the "Good old days". He was an avid bowler and liked sports, most of all baseball and the New York Yankees. He attended the senior citizens meal site, enjoyed playing card games and was proud of his Irish heritage.

Prior to his death, he was hospitalized for 2-1/2 weeks before coming home to be cared for by his loving wife and daughter. When God saw him getting weaker, He called him to his final home. He will be deeply missed by his wife, family and friends.

Mr. McKenna was a member of Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, St. Mary's Chapel in Random Lake.

{Note from the site adminstrator: I have edited the survivor list to protect them}
Survivors include his wife, of Random Lake; his daughter of Plover; three grandchildren, one from Neenah and two from Plover; a great-grandson from Neenah, a brother and sister-in-law of Kewaskum; a sister and brother-in-law from Plymouth, Nieces, Nephews, other relatives and many friends.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2001 at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, St. Mary's Chapel in Random Lake. Father Richard Cerpich will officiate and burial will follow in St. John Lutheran Church Cemetery in Sherman Center.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Random Lake Historical Society, Badger Home for the Blind or to the charity of one's choice.

The Miller Funeral Home in Kewaskum is serving the family.


Mrs. Wm. Maurer - The Plymouth Correspondent - May 12, 1898
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Translated from German

On Friday morning the wife of William Maurer of Johnsonville died there after prolonged suffering due to heart disease and dropsy. The deceasec, a daughter of Mr. Heinrich Klemme, Town of Sheboygan Falls, was born December 15, 1862 at the same town and married Mr. William Maurer on December 1885, who besides a year olf son mourns her loss. Moreover the deceased leaves behind her very old mother, a brother and 3 sisters. The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon on the cemetery near Johnsonville. Reverend Pastor Briesen conducted the grave-site service of mourning. To the mourning persons left behind our profound sympathy.


Margaret Mullen - Sheboygan County News - Wednesday - July 18, 1906 - p.10
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Glenbeulah - July 16, 1906 - The remains of Mrs. Margaret Mullen were brought here from Iron Mountain, Mich., on Thursday morning, and taken to the home of Jas. Mooney, where they were in state until 10:30 a. m. whence they were borne to the Catholic church where the funeral was held, Father Meyer saying mass. The decased was a former highly respected citizen of this village and was about ninety years of age. The interment was made in Greenbush. The following children accompanied the remains to the village, John, Patsy and Thomas and Miss Mary of Iron Mountain; Mrs. S. Knowles of Sheboygan; Michael of Ironwood. One daughter Mrs. Sarah Brown of Nebraska was not present. A few months ago she visited her mother and account of the long distance it was hardly possible for her to be present. The sorrowing family have the deepest sympathy of their friends in this community. Many relatives and friends from Sheboygan were also present at the last sad rites.


Herman C. Maurer - Died - January 5, 1918
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Accident Causes Death


Greenbush - Herman C. Maurer of Glenbeulah who has been employed by the William Scott company for many years, met with an accident Thursday afternoon which caused his death at 8 o'clock the same evening at the Plymouth hospital, where he was at once taken. He and Samuel Scott, son of W. D. Scott of Glenbuelah, went to the farm owned by G. Neubauer west of Greenbush village to get a load of hay and while returning, about three miles from the village on the Fond du Lac - Sheboygan road, the load overturned and Mr. Maurer suffered a fractured skull and jaw, while young Scott escaped unhurt. Mr. Maurer was assessor for the town of Greenbush several years, was a member of ? O.O.F. lodge and has held many positions of trust in Glenbeulah. The sympathy of the entire community is extended Mrs. Maurer and family. There are four daughter, Miss Elfreda, a teacher in the Sheboygan schools, Miss 'Cinda, who is attending the U. of W.; Mrs. William Bubb of Plymouth and Miss Junieta at home, a student in Glebeulah high school, and two brothers, Ervin, an enlisted soldier with the troops in France, and Carl of Milwaukee

Glenbeulah - The Last Sad Rites

The last sad rites for Mr. Herman C. Maurer were held Sunday afternoon, the Odd Fellows having charge of the service at the home, from where the remains were taken to Lyceum hall. At the hall Rev. Mr. Beisser of Plymouth conducted service, which was attended by many friends, despite the inclemency of the weather and the badly drifted highways. George L. Wittkopp of Plymouth was the undertaker. The many beautiful floral tributes spoke more eloquently than words of the high esteem in which the departed was held. While all deplore the very sudden and unexpected removal from our midst of one who had so long lived among us and was a worthy neighbor, there is some consolation that his suffering was not so acute as his injuries might suggest. In his demise the village has lost one who was ever ready to assist in any undertaking for the good of the community, and took an active part in promoting its welfare.

The most sincere and heartfelt sympathy of the entire community goes out to the family in their sad bereavement.


Harry P. Mayer - The Sheboygan Press - January 31, 1966
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Harry P. Mayer, 54, a Town of Rhine farmer, died of a lingering illness in Plymouth Hospital at 8:30 a.m. Sunday.

A native of Rhine, he was born Jan. 11, 1912, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Mayer. He married Livina Falk, April 4, 1964, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Cascade.

He operated the Mayer homestead farm in Rhine, R. 1, Elkhart Lake , and also worked in the Stokley-Van Camp plant in Plymouth, until taken ill.

Surviving are his wife, and a sister, Mrs. Leroy Housey, Sheboygan.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Wittkopp Funeral Home in Plymouth, with the Rev. Lester Bishoff, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church, Glenbeulah, officiating. Burial will be in Elkhart Lake Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday.

The family announced establishment of a memorial in Mr. Mayer's name.


Mrs. Patrick Mortal - Chilton Times - April 30, 1892
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Died - Death visited the happy home of Patrick Mortal Jr., of Chilton town, on Tuesday, April 27th, 1892 and removed from the family circle, the fond and loving wife and mother. Mrs. Mortal was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Keenan, of the town of Russel, Sheboygan county, and was born in that town on Oct. 29, 1864. She was married to Patrick Mortal Jr, in June, 1887 and has since resided in Chilton town. She was a kind and loving companion for her husband, always sharing his joys and sorrows and ever ready and willing to extend a hand in need to those worthy of assistance. The loss to her husband is one which can never be replaced, and we do indeed extend our most heartfelt sympathy. Besides her husband, she leaves her parents, one sister and other relatives to mourn her death. The cause of her death was child-birth. The funeral occurred from St. Angustine Catholic church in this city on Thursday and was largely attended.


Ben D. McMurray - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - January 18, 1988 - p.11
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Mr. Ben D. McMurray, age 83, a resident of Sunny Ridge Nursing Home since 1980, died there Saturday evening following a lengthy illness. He was born August 15, 1904 in Knoxville, Tennessee, the son of the late Luther and Minnie McCroskey McMurray.

On October 29, 1929 he married the former Mabel Moenning of Sheboygan. The couple resided at 2318 S. 7th St.

Mrs. McMurray preceded him in death on January 3, 1979.

He was employed at Tecumseh Inc. prior to his retirement.

Mr. McMurray was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church.

Surviving him is a son, James McMurray of Sheboygan; three grandchildren; three brothers, Don McMurray and Charles McMurray of Maryville Tennessee; Fred McMurray of Sheboygan; a sister, Mrs. Gladys Tucker of Maryville, Tennessee.

He was preceded in death by a son, Patrick McMurray; two sisters; and two brothers.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday 7 p.m. at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels. The Rev. William N. Redeker, the pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery.

Friends may call at Ballhorn Funeral Chapels from 4 p.m. Tuesday until the time of service.

A memorial fund has been established in his name for the Sunny Ridge Nursing Home.


Mabel McMurray - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - January 4, 1979 - p.6
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Mrs. Ben {Mabel} McMurray, 68, of 2318 S. Seventh St., died Wednesday afternoon after being stricken with an apparent heart attack at her home.The former Mabel Moenning was born Aug. 10, 1910, in the Town of Wilson, a daughter of Fred and Louise Bogen Moenning. She attended district elementary school and Sheboygan High School.

On Oct. 26, 1929 she married Ben McMurray, also of Sheboygan.

Mrs. McMurray was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church.

Survivors are her husband; a son, James, of Sheboygan; three grandchildren, and a brother, Elmer Moenning, of Sheboygan. She was preceded in death by an adult son, Patrick.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels, with the Rev. William N. Redeker, pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral chapel after 5 p.m. Friday and on Saturday until the time of services.

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


John D. McCabe - January 1, 2001
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Born to Eternal Life at home with his family on Saturday, Dec. 30, 2000, at the age of 65 years. Beloved husband of Mary {nee Mulvey}. Loving father of Bernard J. {Christy} McCabe, Anne E. {Larry} Sloane, Mark T. {Jennifer} McCabe and Matthew S. McCabe. Proud grandfather of Christopher, Charles, Alexandra, Arthur, Patrick, Emily, John and Andrew. Dear brother of Sheridan {Mary Clare} and Robert {Sharon} McCabe. Also remembered by nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends and colleagues. Special thanks to the Milwaukee Hospice Home Care staff for their compassionate care. Visitation Wed., Jan. 3, at the Funeral Home from 4 to 8 PM. Relatives and friends may join the family Thurs. at 11 AM for the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Sebastian's Church {corner of 55th and Washington Blvd.} Private Graveside Service at St. Mary's Cemetery, Cascade, WI. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Marquette University John P. Raynor Library Fund, Sojourner Truth House, St. Sebastian's School Foundation or General Fund. As Emeritus Associate Professor, John served the Marquette University community as teacher, scholar and administrator in the Department of English of the College of Letters and Science.

Becker Ritter Michael Feerick Associate 14075 West North Avenue {262}782-5330


Sister Angie Mulvey, OSF - August 6, 2000
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Born to Eternal Life Aug. 3, 2000, age 72 years. Survivors include the Sisters of St. Francis Assisi with whom she shared life for 47 years, 2 brothers Vincent {Toddy} and Frank {Kathy} Mulvey, a sister Mary {John} McCabe. Friends and relatives are invited to join the Congregation for the following: Visitation Mon. 2-6:40PM at St. Francis of Assisi Convent Chapel, 3221 S. Lake Dr. A Time of Remembering will be held at 6:40PM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 7PM. Prayer and Committal will be held Tues., 9AM at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery Chapel. Contributions may be made to Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi Memorial Fund.

Heritage Funeral Home Scheuerell & Tebo-Peppey-Klemmer Chapel Bay View 744-2429


Timothy J. Mulvey - August 18, 1999
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Peacefully Born into Eternal Life Monday, Aug. 16, 1999 age 33 years. Loving and cherished fiancee of Debbie Jacobson. Loving son of Vince and Toddy Mulvey. Dear brother of Brian {Ann}, and Mary Ellen {Charlie} Quesada. Devoted uncle of Kaila, Dylan, Keldan, Vinson, and Steven. Further survived by Marvin and Marilyn Jacobson, other relatives and friends. Visitation at the Funeral Home Thurs., Aug. 19, 1999 from 5-8pm and Fri., Aug. 20, 1999 from 10-11am at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, W156 N8131 Pilgrim Rd., in Menomonee Falls followed by the Funeral Service at 11am on Fri. Private Interment. In lieu of flowers, memorials to The American Heart Association appreciated. You'll always be loved, remembered and missed, Tim.

Krause Funeral Home 9000 W. Capitol Dr. 464-4640


Clara Miesfeld - The Sheboygan Press - July 20, 1981
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Mrs. Charles F. Miesfeld Sr, 80, of 1412 North Ave, died Sunday night at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for the past two weeks.

The former Clara Wilke, she was born Sept. 12, 1900, in Sheboygan, a daughter of Martin and Louisa Ballhorn Wilke.

She attended Trinity Lutheran School and Sheboygan High School.

On Dec 1, 1923, she and Charles F. Miesfeld Sr., also of Sheboygan, were married in Sheboygan.

Mr. Miesfeld is founder of Triangle Market of Sheboygan.

The couple resided at Lake Namakagon in northern Wisconsin from 1960 to 1975 when they returned to Sheboygan.

She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, and formerly belonged to its Ladies Aid Society.

Surviving are her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Richard {Joyce} Prime of Sheboygan; a son, Charles K. Jr. of Sheboygan; five grandchildren and one brother, Marvin Wilke of Delevan. She was preceeded in death by one daughter, three brothers and one sister.

Funeral services will be at 3 pm Wednesday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, the Rev. Edwin C. Bek, Pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Lutheran Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels from 5 to 9 pm Tuesday and the church from 1 pm Wednesday until the time fo services.

A memorial fund has been established in Mrs. Miesfeld's name for the church building fund.


Charles McTaggart - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - February 26, 1931
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Remains of Charles McTaggert {sic, McTaggart} Arrive Here For Funeral Rites


The remains of Charles McTaggert, who passed away suddenly at Rochester, Minn., arrived here Wednesday afternoon and were taken to the Hanchett Mortuary, where a brief funeral service will be held at 8:45 a.m. Saturday, followed by the regular and more impressive service at 9 a.m. at St. Clement's church. The Rev. J. E. Delaney will officiate and burial will be in the family lot at the South Side Catholic cemetery.

Deceased was born February 20, 1871, near the city of Plymouth, the son of Archibald and Ellen {{Brown}} McTaggert. For a number of years he was employed at different times at the Zschetzsche tannery, by George Schmidt and then by George Rietow, who had a grocery store on N. Eighth street.

Twenty-five years ago he left Sheboygan and up to the time he was incapacitated had been employed by the D. M. & M. railroad company. At the time of his demise he was conductor and in about two years more would have been eligible for retirement with pension.

He had submitted to an operation at Rochester and apparently was on the road to recovery. He planned spending a convalescent period with his sister, Mrs. Carrie Collins of this city, and the latter was on her way to accompany him on the trip from Rochester to Sheboygan when he suddenly expired while seated in a chair at the hospital.

Charles McTaggert was well known and highly respected throughout this county, and he was particularly fond of and was beloved by his sisters and brothers.

He and his sister, Mrs. Collins, for some time past had planned many things for their future lives when he retired from the railroad service and his sudden and unexpected death is a severe blow to Mrs. Collins.

During his lifetime, deceased was a member of Lodge No. 1022 B.P.O.E. of Hibbing, Minn., and also the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors. A delegation of the last named organization will be present at the funeral services.

The near surviving relatives are two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Collins and Mrs. Fred {{Elizabeth}} Head of this city, and two brothers, John McTaggert of California, and Edward, who arrived here this week. The mother passed away February 24, 1930, and Charles was here to attend the funeral.

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The Sheboygan Press - Friday - February 27, 1931

Charles McTaggert Will Be Laid To Rest Saturday


Funeral services for Charles McTaggert, who passed away suddenly early this week in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., will be held Saturday. Following a brief service at 8:45 a.m. at the Hanchett Mortuary, the regular service will be held at 9 a.m. at St. Clement's church, the Rev. J. E. Delaney, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will be in the family lot at the South Side Catholic cemetery.

During his active life Mr. McTaggert was a faithful member of the Benelovent and Protective Order of Elks, and representatives of Sheboygan Lodge No. 299 will attend the funeral.


Archie McTaggart - Sheboygan Herald - Saturday - May 2, 1891
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Died - Saturday morning, April 25th, Mr. Archie McTaggart, aged 55 years, from blood poisoning arising from injuries received at the Mattoon factory some time ago. Deceased was born in the north of Ireland. He resided in Glenbeulah several years and came to this city when the Dillingham plant was removed to this city. A widow {Ellen Brown} and seven children, five boys {James, Charles, John, Edward, and Stephen} and two girls {Elizabeth and Caroline} survive. Also a sister and three brothers, P. McTaggart of Glenbeulah and two in Barron Co. The grief stricken family has the sympathy of all their acquaintances. The interment took place at the North side catholic cemetery Wednesday morning, Rev. Van Treeck officiating.

{Believed to be buried in the South side Catholic Cemetery, not the North side.}

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Edward McTaggart - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - April 12, 1935
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Death of Edward McTaggart, Former Resident, Learned


Word has been received here of the death of Edward McTaggart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McTaggart, long-time residents of Sheboygan county, who passed away at Milwaukee County hospital Wednesday morning after being confined for some time by pneumonia.

Mr. McTaggart was a former resident of Sheboygan and moved to Milwaukee to make his home 20 years ago.

Immediate survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Fred {{Elizabeth}} Head, of this city, and Mrs. Caroline Collins of Los Angeles Calif; an aunt Miss Mary Brown of this city, and one brother, John McTaggart, Oakland, Calif.

Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at Holy Cross church in Milwaukee and burial will be made there.

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Steve McTaggart - The Sheboygan Press Telegram - Monday - January 21, 1924
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Steve McTaggart Succumbs Sunday To Long Illness


Steve McTaggart, born in Glenbeulah and reared in Sheboygan, and well known here, died Sunday afternoon at a sanitarium in Jefferson, Wis., at the age of 40 years. He had been in the sanitarium two months, but had been suffering from tuberculosis for six years. In fighting the disease, he went to Arizona a year ago, but found no relief.

Mr. McTaggart was born in Glenbeulah on April 21, 1884, and when an infant his parents came to this city. He continued to live here until fourteen or fifteen years ago, when he went to Chicago, from there to Minneapolis and other points. During the World war, he went to Russia in the interests of a Chicago cold storage company.

While in Sheboygan, Mr. McTaggart was employed for a time as clerk at the Chicago & Northwestern freight office.

Mr. McTaggart is survived by his mother, Mrs. Ellen McTaggart, 604 N. Ninth street; two sisters, Mrs. William {Caroline} Collins of Milwaukee, and Mrs. F. W. {Elizabeth} Head, 604 N. Ninth street, and three brothers, Charles of Duluth, John of California, and Ed. of Sheboygan.

The body will arrive in Sheboygan from Jefferson this evening, and will be taken to the Hanchett mortuary, where it will remain until Tuesday morning. Funeral services will be conducted at St. Clements church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, and interment will be made in South Side Catholic cemetery.


Ellen McTaggart - The Sheboygan Press - February 22, 1930
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Mrs. Ellen McTaggert Passes Away Suddenly Friday Night


Mrs. Ellen McTaggert, 81, long-time resident of Sheboygan, died suddenly Friday evening at her home, 1109 North Eighth street, due to infirmities incident to advanced age. Mrs. McTaggert had always been active despite her age and her sudden death is being mourned by a large circle of acquaintances in this city and throughout the county.

Mrs. McTaggert was born on Nov. 15, 1849, at White Plains, New York, the daughter of Patrick and Bridget Brown. When a young girl she came to Sheboygan county, where she had since resided. At the age of eighteen years she was united in marriage in this city with Archibald McTaggert, who died on April 26, 1881 {sic, should be 1891}.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Collins, of the Coffee Shop and The Wigwam refreshment shop, and Mrs. Charles {sic, this should be Frederick} Head, N. Ninth street, and three sons, Charles of Minnesota; John of California, and Edward of Chicago. Mrs. McTaggert also is survived by her sister, Miss Mary Brown of this city.

Mrs. McTaggert was a member of the Holy Family society of St. Clement's church and always took great interest in church affairs. She was very devoted to her family and was loved by all who knew her.

The funeral will be held at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning from St. Clement's church where a requiem high mass will be celebrated by Rev. J. E. Delaney.

Interment will be made in the South Side Catholic cemetery.


John B. Mersberger - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - May 29, 1944 - p.6
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John B. Mersberger Passes Away At Hospital Saturday


John B. Mersberger, 57, of 1906 N. Twelfth street, superintendent of construction and maintenance for the Sheboygan County Highway Commission, passed away Saturday afternoon at 5:05 o'clock, at St, Nicholas hospital. He had been ill for the past two weeks.

Mr. Mersberger was born in town Lima on April 15, 1887, the son of John and Anna Mersberger, Sheboygan county pioneers. When he was a young lad he moved with his parents to Six Corners, town Wilson, where he attended St. George parochial school. After leaving school he worked on his father's farm and also that of his uncle.

On April 15, 1912, he began working for the County Highway Commission and continued in this employment until his death. During the greater part of his 32 years of service with the County Highway Commission he served as superintendent of construction. Because of his work he was well known throughout the county and was highly respected by all who knew him. His deepest interest was in his home and family, and his favorite hobby was his garden, especially raising and cultivating flowers.

Mr. Mersberger was a faithful member of Holy Name church, where he was married to Katherine Gartman on Aug. 25, 1914, by the late Rt. Rev. Msgr. Dominic Thill. He was also a member of the Holy Name society and the Liederkranz society.

Besides his wife he is survived by two sons, Roman and Sylvester; two daughters, Mrs. William {Mary Ann} Marotz, and Ruth, all of this city; four grandchildren, also of this city; his mother, Mrs. Anna Mersberger, of Hika; a brother, Lawrence, of Hika; two sisters, Mrs. Philip Hirsch of Sheboygan, and Mrs. George Trimberger of Chilton. His father, a brother and two sisters preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. at the Gerend Funeral home, and at 9 a.m. at Holy Name church. The Rev. Jerome Mersberger of Madison, a nephew of the deceased, will celebrate the requiem high mass. Burial will take place on the family lot in Calvary cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home until the time of the services.The Holy Name society of Holy Name church will pray the rosary for Mr. Mersberger at the Gerend Funeral home Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock.


Katherine F. Mersberger - The Sheboygan Press - August 1, 1951 - p.12
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Mrs. Katherine Mersberger, 59, 1710 N. Ninth street, widow of John B. Mersberger, passed away early this morning at St. Nicholas hospital after a lingering illness.

She was born in the town of Wilson on January 31, 1892, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gartman. Her marriage to John B. Mersberger was solemnized at Holy Name church by the late Msgr. Dominic F. Thill on August 25, 1914. She had resided in Sheboygan ever since. Her husband passed away on May 27, 1944.

A faithful member of Holy Name parish she was also actively affiliated with the Mission society, the St. Ann's Altar and Christian Mothers society and the Third Order of St. Francis, and the St. Lawrence Guild.

Survivors are her mother, Mrs. Lena Gartman, this city; and two sons: Roman and Sylvester, two daughters: Mrs. William {Mary Ann} Marotz and Miss Ruth, and 11 grandchildren, all of this city; also surviving are three sisters: Mrs. George {Leona} Thull, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. George {Henrietta} Fredricks and Mrs. Roy {Madeline} Head, this city; two brothers: Walter Gartman, Sheboygan, and Dr. William Gartman, Milwaukee. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her father and a brother, Louis Gartman.

Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 9:30 at Gerend's Funeral home, followed by a requiem high mass at 10:00 at Holy Name church. Father Jerome Mersberger of Madison, a nephew of the deceased, will be the celebrant. Burial will take place on the family lot in Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from this evening at 7:00 until hour of services.

Members of the St. Ann's Altar and Christian Mothers society, the Mission society of Holy Name parish and the Third Order of St. Francis will recite the rosary for Mrs. Mersberger at the funeral home on Thursday evening at 8:00.


Elvira Moenning - The Sheboygan Press - Sunday - May 26, 1991
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Mrs. Harry {Elvira} Moenning, 85, formerly of 2321 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan, died Friday, May 24, 1991, at Greendale Health Care Center where she was a resident for one month.

The former Elvira Jankow was born March 3, 1906 in the Town of Wilson, a daughter of the late Charles and Olga Gartman Jankow. On April 20, 1927, she married Harry Moenning in Waukegan, Ill. Harry preceded her in death on Sept. 2, 1963.

Survivors of Elvira Moenning include two sons, Edward {Ethel} Moenning of Howards Grove and Kenneth {Caroline} Moenning of Oshkosh; three grandchildren, Susan {Dick} Calhoun of Green Bay, Brian {Diane} Moenning and Tina {Richard} Lorenz of Elkhart Lake; three great-grandchildren, Tavia and Amanda Lorenz of Elkhart Lake and Carrie Blair of Green Bay.

Also surviving is one brother, Harvey Jankow of Newton, and one sister, Mrs. Esther Gosse of Kohler. Elvira was also preceded in death by two brothers and one sister.

Funeral services for Mrs. Elvira Moenning will held Tuesday, May 28, 1991, at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev.Thomas White, pastor of Fountain Park United Methodist Church, officiating. Friends may call on Tuesday from 4 p.m. until the time of services. A private committal service will be held at Wildwood Cemetery on Wednesday.


Sylvia Mersberger - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - October 25, 1946 - p.10
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Infant Daughter Is Summoned


Sylvia Mersberger, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Mersberger, 1115 Broadway, died Thursday evening at St. Nicholas hospital.

The child had been in ill health since her birth last Wednesday. She is survived by the parents; two brothers, Robert and Thomas, and a sister, Helen; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. John Mersberger and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rammer.

Funeral services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Ramm Funeral home and at 8 a.m. at St. Peter Claver church. The Rev. C. J. Hauser, pastor, will officiate, and interment will be made on the family plot in Holy Cross cemetery.

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

The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - October 29, 1946 - p.8

Funeral Services Are Held Monday

Funeral services for Sylvia Mersberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Mersberger, 1115 Broadway, were held at 8:45 a.m. Monday at the Ramm Funeral home and at 9 a.m. at St. Peter Claver church. The Rev. C. J. Hausner celebrated the Angel Mass.

The Rev. A.M. Reuter, assistant pastor, conducted the burial rites at the grave on the family lot in Holy Cross cemetery.

Pallbearers were Miss Kathleen Zillner, Marion Mikalowsky, Barbara Neisius and Janet Guenther.


Milda Miller - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - May 7, 1986 - p.4
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Mrs. Marlin Miller, 74, of Route 1, Oostburg, died Tuesday at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital, following a lengthy illness.

The former Milda Jankow was born March 27, 1912, in the Town Wilson, daughter of Charles and Olga Gartman Jankow.

She attended schools in the Town of Wilson.

On Oct. 27, 1934, she married Marlin Miller at Trinity Lutheran Church in the Town of Wilson. The couple had farmed in the Town of Wilson for many years.

Mrs. Miller was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and its Ladies Aid Society, and was formerly a Sunday school teacher at the church.

She is survived by her husband; one son, Richard of the Town of Wilson; a daughter, Mrs. Arlin {Marion} Behlow of Sheboygan Falls; two grandchildren; one brother, Harvey Jankow of Newton; and two sisters, Mrs. Elvira Moenning of Sheboygan and Mrs. Esther Gosse of Kohler.

She was preceded in death by two brothers.

The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church in the Town of Wilson. The Rev. Arthur Anacker, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Fladers Rest Cemetery in the Town of Wilson.

Friends may call at Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, and at the church on Friday from 11 a.m. until the time of service.

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


Marlin Miller - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - January 19, 1993 - p.2
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Marlin Miller, 83, formerly of Rt. #1, Oostburg, died Sunday, January 17, 1993, at Rocky Knoll Health Care Facility where he had resided since 1988.

Marlin was born April 12, 1909, in the Town of Wilson a son of the late Albert and Mary {Roehrborn} Miller. He attended Town of Wilson Grade School and Sheboygan Business College.

On October 27, 1934, Marlin was united in marriage to the former Milda Jankow at Trinity Lutheran Church, Town of Wilson. The couple made their home on the Miller farm where Marlin grew up and was a third generation owner until his retirement. Milda died May 6, 1988.

Marlin was a life member of Trinity Lutheran Church Town of Wilson where he was an Elder and member of the Men's Club. Marlin was a past board member of Lake Side Cheese Factory and past School Board officer of Harmony School in Town of Wilson.

Survivors include one son Richard Miller of Town of Wilson; one daughter, Mrs. Marion {Arlin} Behlow of Sheboygan Falls; two grandchildren, Gary {Nancy} Behlow of Chicago and Karen Behlow of Sheboygan Falls; one great-grandchild, Graham Behlow of Chicago. Marlin was preceded in death by one infant brother and one sister.

Funeral services for Marlin will be held on Wednesday, January 20, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Town of Wilson at 11:00 a.m.. The Rev. Arthur Anacker, Pastor, will officiate. Burial will take place at Fladers Rest Cemetery, Town of Wilson. Friends may call at Ramm-Ziegler-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home, SouthSide Chapel, 1535 S. 12th Street, on Tuesday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and at the church on Wednesday, from 10 a.m., until the time of services.

A memorial fund has been established in Marlin's name.


Edward C. Moenning - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - November 24, 1997 - p.A2
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Edward C. Moenning, 69, of N9502 Hwy. 42, Cleveland, died unexpectedly, of an apparent heart attack, while deer hunting, Saturday, Nov. 22, 1997.

Edward C. Moenning was born on Nov. 24, 1997 {sic, 1927} in Sheboygan, a son of the late Harry and Elvera Jankow Moenning.

On Sept. 2, 1950, Edward C. Moenning and Ethel Klokow were united in marriage at St. John's United Church of Christ in Schwartzwald. Edward was a graduate of Sheboygan Falls High School in 1945. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, receiving the Purple Heart. He owned and operated Moenning Painting and Decorating Service from 1958 until he semi-retired in 1993. He was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ Schwartzwald and was a member of The Howards Grove Rod and Gun Club.

Surviving Edward are his son, Brian {Diane} Moenning, rural Elkhart Lake; two daughters, Susan {Dick} Calhoun, Green Bay and Tina {Richard} Lorenz, rural Elkhart Lake; five grandchildren, Dayton and Martin Moenning, Tavia and Amanda Lorenz and Carrie Blair; one brother, Kenneth {Caroline} Moenning, Oshkosh; four brothers-in-law, James {Carol} Klokow, Sheboygan; Karl {Isabel} and Frederick Jr. {Marie} Klokow, both of rural Cleveland and Roger Behnke, Manitowoc; two sisters-in-law, Dorothy Klokow, rural Sheboygan Falls and Cora Whettstein, Milwaukee. Edward is preceded in death by his wife, Ethel, on March 17, 1997.

A funeral service will be conducted on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 1997 at 8 p.m. at the Zimmer Funeral Chapel, 117 N. Wisconsin Dr., Howards Grove. The Rev. Arian Schlundt, interim pastor of St. John's United Church of Christ, Schwartzwald, will officiate. Interment will be held in the church cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the Zimmer Funeral Home on Tuesday, from 3 p.m. until the time of services at 8 p.m.

Dad was an avid outdoorsman, who enjoyed nature, but most of all he loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by his family and all those he touched.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in the name of Edward C. Moenning.


Ethel E. Moenning - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - March 18, 1997 - p.A2
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Ethel E. Moenning, 66, of N9502 Hwy. 42, Cleveland, died unexpectedly, of an apparent aneurysm on Monday, March 17, 1997, at St. Nicholas Hospital, shortly after admittance.

The former Ethel Klokow was born March 7, 1931 in the Town of Herman, a daughter of the late Frederick and Lucy Bramsteadt Klokow.

On Sept. 2, 1950, Ethel Klokow and Edward Moenning were married at St. John's United Church of Christ in Schwartzwald.

Ethel had been employed at Lakeshore Technical College for 15 years, as a teaching assistant. She was a life-long member of St. John's United Church of Christ, Schwartzwald. She was also a member of the Tuesday Morning Coffee Clutch at Klemme's Lanes.

Surviving Ethel are her husband, Edward; a son, Brian {Diane} Moenning, rural Elkhart Lake; two daughters, Susan {Dick} Calhoun, Green Bay; and Tina {Richard} Lorenz, rural Elkhart Lake; five grandchildren, Dayton and Martin Moenning, Tavia and Amanda Lorenz and Carrie Blair; three brothers, James {Carol} Klokow, Sheboygan; Karl {Isabel} Klokow and Frederick Jr. {Marie} Klokow, both of rural Cleveland; two sisters, Dorothy Klokow, rural Sheboygan Falls; and Cora Whettstein, Milwaukee; two brothers-in-law, Kenneth {Caroline} Moenning, Oshkosh; and Roger Behnke, Manitowoc. She was preceded in death by three sisters, Marie Behnke, Eleanor Seifert and Lucille Reinke.

A funeral service will be conducted on Wednesday, March 19, at 8 p.m. at the Zimmer Funeral Chapel, 117 N. Wisconsin Drive, Howards Grove. The Rev. Arian Schlundt, interim pastor of St. John's United Church of Christ, Schwartzwald, will officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home, on Wednesday, from 3 p.m. until the time of services.

Family always came first to Ethel, making a family event special, or just a smile. Her grandchildren held a special place in her heart. She will be greatly missed by all who she touched.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in the name of Ethel E. Moenning.


Roman J. Mersberger - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - February 22, 1980
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The funeral Mass for Roman J. Mersberger, 64, of 712 Humboldt Ave., former Sheboygan assistant postmaster who died Thursday, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.

The Rev. Ignatius Staskunas, pastor, will be Mass celebrant with burial in Calvary Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Gerend-Habermann Funeral Home after 4 p.m. today until 10:30 a.m. Saturday and at the church at the time of service. A parish vigil will be held at the funeral home today at 6 p.m.

Born in Sheboygan Oct. 8, 1915, he was a son of the late John B. and Katherine Gartman Mersberger. He attended Holy Name School and graduated from St. Lawrence College in Mt. Calvary.

On Feb. 4, 1939, he married Elizabeth Yochis of Sheboygan.

Mr. Mersberger was an employee of the Sheboygan Post Office for 34 years. During 1965-67, he served as acting postmaster. At the time of his retirement in 1970 he was assistant postmaster.

He was a trustee of Immaculate Conception Parish for 25 years and a member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees. He was formerly active in a number of civic organizations.

Surviving are his wife; two daughters Mrs. George {Joanne} Hesslink of Claremont, Calif. and Mrs. Al {Mary Beth} Braun of New Berlin; three grandchildren; a brother, Sylvester, of Sheboygan, and two sisters Mrs. William Marotz of Madison and Mrs. Hansel McClain of Cleveland, Ohio.

A memorial fund has been established in Mr. Mersberger's name.


Elizabeth J. Mersberger - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - April 14, 1997
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Elizabeth J. {Betty} Mersberger, 80, of 2732 S. 14th St., Sheboygan, passed away Friday, April 11, 1997 after a brief illness.

The former Elizabeth Yochis was born Aug. 27, 1916 in Sheboygan, daughter of John and Mary Frances Bobinas Yochis.

Roman J. Mersberger and Elizabeth were united in marriage Feb. 4, 1939 at Immaculate Conception Parish in Sheboygan. He preceded her in death on Feb. 21, 1980.

She was a member of Immaculate Conception Parish, Christian Women's Society of the parish, past president of the Catholic Women's Charity Club, past president of St. Lawrence Guild and the post office auxiliary. Her friends will remember her for her love of flowers and decorating talents.

Surviving Elizabeth are her two daughters, Joanne {George} Hesslink, Upland, Calif.; and Mary Beth {Al} Braun, New Berlin; three grandchildren, George J. Hesslink, Upland, Calif.; Peter and Gary Braun, New Berlin; one brother, Peter {Patricia} Yochis; four sisters, Mary Aldakauskus, Ann Meyer, Magdalen Peterman and Veronica {Anton} Simenz, all of Sheboygan; also many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

Family and friends may call from 5-7 p.m., Monday, {TODAY} at Immaculate Conception Parish, 1305 Humboldt Ave., until a Mass of Christian Burial is celebrated at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Glenn Powers, pastor, as celebrant. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.

A memorial has been established in Elizabeth Mersberger's name.

The Habermann Zimmer Funeral Home of Sheboygan is assisting the family.


Peter H. Murphy
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Peter H. Murphy, Pioneer, is Dead

Peter Murphy, for 60 years a resident of the Town of Mitchell, passed away at his home at 1124 6th St., Milwaukee, on July 19th, after an illness of several months.

Burial was on Saturday, July 21st, from the residence in Milwaukee via automobile to St. Michael's Catholic church in Mitchell, with interment in the adjoining cemetery. A requiem mass was sung by Father Regan of Cascade, Father Conway of Osceola and Father Riordan of St. Thomas Aquinas church of Milwaukee assisting.

Surviving are his widow and the following children, William, Henry and Maurice of Milwaukee, George of Highland Park, Ill., Raymond of Chicago, and Mrs. Edward Bauer, Mrs. Fred Ebelt and Mrs. Henry Deneseus, all of Milwaukee; also one brother, John T. of Duluth and 16 grandchildren.

The pall bearers were his five sons and one son-in-law, Fred Ebelt.

Deceased was born in the Town of Mitchell on May 25, 1851, the son of the late Jeremiah and Elizabeth Murphy. He was the second white child to be born in the Town of Mitchell. He grew up and continued to reside there until 1912, when he and his family moved to Milwaukee.

He was married to Miss Julia O'Brien of the Town of Scott in 1877. Ten children were born to them, two, Bernard and Lydia, Mrs. George Kolb, having preceded their father in death. Bernard died in 1892 and Mrs. Kolb in 1917.

Mr. Murphy was of a very genial disposition, and a large circle of relatives and friends extent {sic} their sympathy to the family.

Second White Child Born in Mitchell Dies in Milwaukee
By Jas. Stokes

Peter H. Murphy, who had the proud distinction of being the second white child born in the town of Mitchell, died at his home in Milwaukee Thursday after suffering for about a year with stomach trouble. He bore his suffering with Christian fortitude, never complaining of the affliction that befell him, cheerful to the end and buoyed up with the hope that everlasting happiness awaited him. With the tender care of a de{voted} wife he passed to that slumberland from which there is no awakening.

Peter H. Murphy was born in the town of Mitchell, this county, seventy-two years ago, the second white child to be born in that town. He lived there all his life until ten years ago when with his family he moved to Milwaukee, where he resided until his death. In 1877 he was married to Miss Julia O'Brien of the town of Scott, who survives him. Of that union ten children were born, eight of whom are still living. They are: William, J.Henry, and Maurice of Milwaukee, Raymond of Chicago, George of Highland Park, Ill., Mrs. Edward Bauer, Mrs. Fred Ebelt and Mrs. Henry Deneuses of Milwaukee.

The funeral occurred, Saturday morning, from the home in Milwaukee to St. Michael's church in Mitchell, where services were held at ten. Rev. David Regan of Cascade was celebrant of the mass, Father Conway of Armstrong preached an eloquent sermon and Father Riordan of Milwaukee, a friend of the family, was in the sanctuary.

The five sons and one son-in-law, Fred Ebelt, acted as pall bearers. The deceased was interred at St. Michael's cemetery near the grave of his father and mother. Mrs. George Kolb, a daughter, died six years ago in Milwaukee. A brother John Murphy of Duluth, Minn. still survives.

The funeral was largely attended. Those from Plymouth who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crosby, Mrs. John O'Connell and son, Bernard, Mrs. Ed. O'Connell, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Reilly and James Stokes.

The passing of Peter H. Murphy removes from our midst an amiable character and one of those sturdy pioneers who prepared the {way} for a more fortunate generation who today {Article cut off}.


Peter Murphy - 1923
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Death of Peter Murphy

Peter Murphy, a well known and respected citizen of the town of Plymouth, died at his home Thursday evening, February 1, after an illness or over two years duration.

The deceased was born in Buffalo, N.Y. on May 15, 1852, but came to Wisconsin with his parents at an early age, settling on a farm in the town of Lima, this county. Mr. Murphy was a resident of Lima until 1904 when he and his family moved to the town of Plymouth {Sheboygan county} where he purchased a farm and where he resided until the time of his death.

He is survived by his wife, who was a daughter of the late Patrick Crosby, pioneer resident of the town of Mitchell, and four children, Mrs. E.H. Puhr of Neenah, John on the homestead, Thomas of the town of Mitchell and Dr. G.F. Murphy of Stratford. Another daughter, Mrs. Marie Reiss, preceded her father to the better land in November 1918.

The funeral took place Monday morning from St. John's Catholic church in Plymouth of which the deceased was an earnest and practical member, Rev. Father July conducting the services. The remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the Catholic cemetery. The pall bearers were Daniel {M}urphy, William Hoffman, John Walsh, William Schroeder, Jo{hn} Devine and William DeTroy.

Funeral of Peter Murphy

Messrs. Thos. Rooney, G.F. Plantt, and Wm. Murphy and Miss Minell Crosby of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crosby of Chicago, Atty. and Mrs. E.H. Puhr of Neenah, Dr. and Mrs. G.F. Murphy of Stratford, Dr. and Mrs. E.P. Crosby of Stevens Point, Atty. S.J. Rooney of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. O'Hara of Random Lake, Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Redmond of Sheboygan were among those from a distance who attended the funeral of Peter Murphy, on Monday.


Mrs. Peter {Julia} Murphy
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Mrs. Julia Murphy, Former County Resident, Summoned

Mrs. Julia Murphy, 87, former resident of Sheboygan county, passed away at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Harold Schudt, 670 Oak Park court, Milwaukee, according to information received here today. She had been in ailing health for the past several months.

Nee Julia O'Brien, the deceased was born in the town of Scott on Oct. 9, 1857. She was married to Peter H. Murphy in 1877, and her husband preceded her in death 22 years ago.

Funeral services were conducted later that week with the Rev. Father Schulten, Cascade celebrating a requiem high mass. Interment was made in the Mitchell cemetery.

Pallbearers, grandsons of the deceased were Clayton Deneseus, Allan, Bernard, Maurice, Robert and Kenneth Murphy.

Those from out of town who attended the services were Dr. Crisby{sic} and daughter, Pat, Stevens Point; Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Kolb and Mrs. and Mrs. Jerome Kolb, Chicago, and Mrs. Katie Maning, Mrs. Peterson and William O'Brien and Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald, all of Fond du Lac.

Mrs. Murphy is survived by four sons, Will, Henry and Maurice Murphy, Milwaukee, and George Murphy of Waukegan; three daughters, Mrs. Frances Deneseus and Mrs. Nellie Ebelt, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Kathryn Bauer; {2?} grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Four other children preceded her in death.

Former Resident of Town Mitchell is Laid to Rest

Mitchell - Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Murphy, 90, a former Mitchell resident who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Neil Ebelt, in Milwaukee on Wednesday morning were held Friday morning at the O'Boyle Funeral home, W. Wisconsin avenue, Milwaukee, and at 10 o'clock a requiem high mass was said by Rev. C.J. Schouten at St. Michael's Catholic church in Mitchell {Sheboygan county}. Burial was made in the church cemetery.

The daughter of Thomas and Catherine O'Brien, Mrs. Murphy was born in Town Scott on Oct. 9, 1855. Following her marriage to Peter Murphy on May 15, 1877, they settled on a farm in Mitchell where they lived for 40 years before retiring and moving to Milwaukee. Her husband passed away in 1923, and a son, Raymond, and a daughter, Lydia, also preceded her in death.

The following children survive: Henry, William and Maurice of Milwaukee, George of Waukegan, Mrs. H. {Kittie} Bauers of Baraboo, Mrs. Neil Ebelt and Mrs. Henry {Frankie} Devedens {sic} of Milwaukee, and a number of grandchildren.

Pallbearers were six grandsons, Allen, Bernard and Maurice Murphy, all of Waukegan, and Kenneth and Bobby Murphy and Clayton Devedens {sic} of Milwaukee. Friends and relatives from Plymouth, Fond du Lac, Cascade, Holland and Armstrong attended the services.


Mrs. John {Julia} Murphy - June 24, 1904
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Cascade - Mrs. Julia Donahue Murphy was born {in} Plattsville, Pa. in 1851. She came to Wisconsin with her parents in her in{fa}ncy, to the town of Meeme, Manitowoc County. Later the family moved to Glenbeulah where she was married to John Murphy in 1868. Shortly after her marriage she moved to the town of Mitchell where she continued to live up to about 15 years ago, when with her husband and family she moved to Sheboygan. Two years ago the family moved to Chicago, where on the 16th of June inst. after a short illness she died. The body was taken to the home of her brother, Bart Donahue in the town of Mitchell. The funeral was held from St. Michael's church in the town of Mitchell on the 18th inst. Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Burko.{sic} Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery. The pall bearers were her six nephews Jerry, John, Michael, Lewis and Crosby of Mitchell and Thomas Rooney and William Murphy of Milwaukee. The nieces of the deceased who acted as flower bearers were Miss Collins of Sheboygan and Miss Murphy of Mitchell. Mrs. Murphy is survived by her husband, six {sons} and three daughters. Jerry of {Du}luth, Minn., Joe of St. Louis and Edward, Charles, Thomas, Robert, Catherine and Mabel of Chicago and Mrs. Elizabeth Keating and three children of Drummond, Minn. She also leaves a father, two brothers and four sisters {who} are Bart of the town of Mitchell, {Tim}othy of Glenbeulah, Michael of Es{canaba, M}ich., Johana Collins and Miss {?} Donahue of Sheboygan, Miss {?} of Antigo and Mrs. Elizabeth {?}nger of Hartington, Nebraska.

{Mrs.} Murphy was a woman of rare at{?}ments of mind and heart. A true Christian mother. An inspiration to her family. A faithful member of her church living strictly {by its} teach{ings} and was loved and respected by all who had the pleasure of her {acquaintance}. In their bereavement her husband and children have the sincere sympathy of this community. May her soul rest in peace.


Anna Murphy - 1909
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The funeral services of the late Mrs. Hugh Murphy {nee Anna Browne} was conducted Wednesday morning, Nov. 17, at 10:30 o'clock from the church of the Sacred Heart at Dundee. The church was filled with relatives and friends, who had come to pay their last respects to the departed one.

The Rev. G.A. Haeusler said the funeral mass and gave the funeral sermon. The musical service was rendered by the choir of the Osceola church.

The pall bearers were the Messrs. Harry Bowen, Will Calvey, Jos. Vandigrind, Mike O'Brien, Tom Fuller and George Kilcoyne. The remains were laid at rest in the cemetery adjoining the church, a short service being conducted at the grave in accordance with the regular custom of the Catholic church.

Mrs. Murphy is survived by her husband and one little daughter May, aged eighteen months, also by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Browne, of Dundee, five sisters, Mrs. George Twohig, of Armstrong and the Misses Chrissie, Mabel, Eva and Edith and two brothers, Joseph and Clement all of Dundee, and numerous friends and relatives, who will mourn her early demise.

The numerous floral offerings were very beautiful.

Mrs. Murphy was born Sept. 1, 1882 in Dundee, where she spent her childhood and girlhood days. During the years of 1900 and 1901 she was a student of the Oshkosh Normal. She was well known as a teacher in the schools of Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties, having taught for eight years. She was married July 24, 1907 to Hugh Murphy of Knowles, Dodge county. They have since resided there, where Mr. Murphy occupies the position of foreman in the quarry works.

She was a devout Christian and nothing pleased her more then to do some kind deed for those in grief or less fortunate in life. In her death her husband has lost a devoted wife, her parents, a fond and loving daughter and the community a noble Christian soul.


Francis J. Murphy - July - 1914
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This obituary is very difficult to read - K.R.

{At the hour of eight o'clock on the evening of July 21, 1914}, Mr. Francis J. Murphy, one of the highly respected pioneer farmers of Mitchell, passed peacefully away to his heavenly home at the age of fifty-two years, {eight} months and nineteen days. His illness dates back several years when he had sinking spells caused by a leakage of the heart. At times throughout his sickness he would improve sufficiently to give hope to his patient wife and other members of the family who did everything in their power to relive his su{?} that he might recover his health.

Mr. Francis J. Murphy was born in New York City, November 5, 1861, and came with his parents to Wisconsin and settled in Mitchell in 1863, where he lived until he was called to go up higher.

Mr. Murphy was united in marriage to Miss Emma Alcox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alcox on January 8, 1895. Mr. Murphy was a good citizen, a kind neighbor, a loving husband, an affectionate father, and an {?} man. He was the father of {?} children, Catherine, Joseph, {?}, {?}, and {Fran}cis. He has two brothers, P{atric}k ? of Mitchell and John of Milwaukee, and one sister, Mrs. Alice Gray of Chicago. The family have the sympathy of their many friends in their great bereavement. The funeral was held on Monday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Mary's church in Cascade {Sheboygan co.}, Rev. Father Hoog officiating.

Rev. Hoog's kind words brought comfort to the sorrowing relatives and friends. The sermon, singing and music were fine. The casket was covered in choice flowers from kind friends. The remains of Mr. Murphy were kindly {laid} at rest in the adjoining cemetery in charge of Parnell {C}or. No. 121 C.O.F. of which he was an honored member. The pall bearers were members of the order and were as follows: Messrs. Philip King, J.J. Crosby, Patrick Slattery, Joseph Bowser, Wm. E. McLaughlin, and Michael Slattery. The funeral was largely attended and attested the esteem in which the deceased was held by our citizens. James Gilboy of Campbellsport conducted the funeral.


Daniel Murphy
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Daniel Murphy one of the well known residents of Sheboygan Co. died about nine o'clock Wednesday night at his home in this town. Mr. Murphy was born in the Co. Cork, Ireland 83 years ago and was one of the early settlers of this vicinity. The funeral services were conducted Saturday by the Rev. Father Burke. Besides his wife there are eight children as follows: Mrs. Maggie Roberts of Ashland, Wis., Mrs. M. Fitz Gerels of Osceola, Mrs. M. Gaynor of Plymouth, Mrs. J. Lynch of Mitchell, Tim and Jos. of Milwaukee, Ed. and Essie at home.


Dorothy Murphy
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Little Dorothy Called Home

There is no flock however watched and tended,
But one dead lamb is there,
There is no fireside howsoe'er defended,
But one has a vacant chair.

There has been one vacant chair in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy since Saturday afternoon, when death's angel came and beckoned their little daughter Dorothy. Dorothy was five years old last November and was in every respect a sweet lovable little child. She had been ailing with rheumatic disease, of which she was a patient little sufferer, but her condition was not thought to be of a serious nature until shortly before her death. She will be missed by her little brother Clancy, and parents, whose hearts are filled with grief.

The funeral took place at St. Rose Catholic church, Tuesday morning. Rev. Salbreiter officiating and four of Dorothy's cousins, acting as pall bearers. The body of the little one was laid at rest in St. Rose cemetery {Sheboygan county}. The sorrowing parents have the deepest sympathy of the entire community.


Elizabeth Murphy
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Demise of Mrs. James Murphy

Mrs. James Murphy of Mitchell expired suddenly at her home last Saturday, after suffering a stroke of apoplexy.

She was an old resident of that town, having settled there in an earlier day, her maiden name was Elizabeth Shay. She was married twice, her first husband being James Murray, also an old resident of Mitchell. Mrs. Murphy was about seventy years old and is survived by the following children: Mrs. John Gill and James Murphy, Iron Mountain, Mich.; Mrs. Wm. Scanlon, Milwaukee and Mrs. Fred Rohde, Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. W.J. Keyes, who died several years ago, was also a daughter. Mrs. Carroll of this city is a sister.

The funeral was held Monday from St. Michael's Catholic church in Mitchell, and the interment was in the adjoining cemetery. Father Fisher of Cascade officiated.

Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy is Laid to Rest at Plymouth

Plymouth - {Special} - The funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, who passed away at her home in the town of Plymouth last Wednesday, were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at the Gentine Funeral home here, and at 9:30 o'clock at the St. John's Catholic church. The Rev. Father Reintges officiated and interment was made in the Catholic cemetery.
The Christian Mothers' society held a vigil at the funeral home on Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock and attended the last rites at the church in a body on Saturday.

The pallbearers were Everett Puhr, Wilbur Puhr, Francis Puhr, Cyril Murphy, John Murphy and Edward Redmond.

Among the people from out of town who attended the services were Mrs. Louis Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby and Mrs. Ceile Crosby of Chicago, Ill.; Minnie Crosby of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosby, Mrs. J.J. Crosby and Foy Crosby of Fond du Lac; Dr. E. P. Crosby, Mrs. Wendell Crosby, Miss Edwina Crosby and Mrs. Leeland Crosby of Stevens Point; Mrs. Anna Smith of the town of Russell; Mrs. Kathrine Haut of Sheboygan Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Mugan and Mrs. Ralph Kohlman of Cascade {Sheboygan county}; and George O'Hara and Isabell O'Hara.


John Murphy - 1915
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John Murphy, {?} the town of Holland, died at Milwaukee after a prolonged illness last week Thursday aged 36 years. Deceased was the son of the late Patrick Murphy and was highly honored and respected by all his acquaintances. He was a man of high ideals and morals and but for his untimely demise would surely have reached a high mark on the ladder of fame.

The remains were brought here {Sheboygan county} Saturday morning. The funeral was held at the St. Patrick's church at 10 o'clock, Rev. Father Ryan of Milwaukee and Rev. Father Hillebrand of Random Lake conducting the services.The remains were laid at rest in the cemetery adjoining the church. He is survived by one sister Miss Marie and four brothers, Thomas, Celestian, Joseph and Raymond, all of Milwaukee.

The sympathy of the whole community is extended to the sorrowing sister and brothers in their loss of an affectionate and dearly loved brother.


Mrs. John Murphy - 1918
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Mortuary Mention

On Tuesday night, Nov. 19th, Mrs. John Murphy passed away at the St. Nicholas hospital at Sheboygan where she went last week to undergo an operation. After rallying {fro}m the first operation it was found {nece}ssary to have another operation, {?} she rallied again so completely that every assurance was given {to Mr.} Murphy that his wife was going to recover, but alas: those fond hopes were never to be realized.

Mrs. Murphy was a woman of intelligence and refinement and a proficient school teacher. Deceased was born in the village of Waldo in 1893 and when a little girl moved with her parents to Sheboygan, receiving her education in the graded schools and graduating from the High School with the class of 1909. Soon after finishing the High School {?}rk she began teaching and followed her profession until a year ago {las}t September when she was united {in} marriage to John Murphy, and has {sin}ce resided on the farm southwest {of} Cascade. Her and her husband {we}re very active in social circles as {bot}h of them possessed admirable {qua}lities as entertainers.

She is survived by her husband, {Joh}n Murphy, Cascade, her mother, three sisters and two brothers. They are: Mrs. Eliza Bennink, Sheboygan; Mrs. G.C. Ambelang, Cascade; Misses Maud and Lillian and Clarence and Milton of Sheboygan.

The remains were removed from Sheboygan Thursday to the home on {?} farm, from where the funeral {took} place Friday morning from the Catholic church in Cas{cade} Services at 9:30. Inter {Article cut off}.


Mrs. J. T. Murphy
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The sad news of the death of Mrs. J{?} T. Murphy of Chicago, formerly a resident of this town was received here Thursday morning. {The body was} met at Plymouth by a large number of her friends and acquaintances. The remains were brought to the home of her brother Bart Donahue where she was viewed by sorrowing friends. The deceased was born in Pottsville, Penn., and came to this country with her parents fifty years ago. Mrs. Murphy is survived by a husband and nine children. Jerry, of Duluth, Minn., Mrs. F.P. Keating, of Drummond, Minn., Joseph of St. Louis, Edward, Charles, Cassie, Thomas, Robert and Mable of Chicago, all of whom accompanied the remains to their final resting pace The funeral took place Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from St. Michael's church {Sheboygan county} where the remains were laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. B.J. Burke who paid a beautiful tribute to the deceased. The family have the sympathy of the community.

Back to the scenes of her girlhood.
Back to the place that she loved.
We have taken our darling mother
And laid her beneath the sod,
No more will her sweet smile greet us
No more will we see her face
Our mother has gone and left us,
Now there is a vacant place.


Edward Murphy - 1916
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Demise of Edward Murphy

Word was received here the early part of last week from Minneapolis, Minn., that "Ed." Murphy, as he was familiarly called, was seriously sick at a hospital in that city, whereupon, Matt Gaynor, brother-in-law of Mr. Murphy immediately departed for that city, arriving there just previous to the passing away of the deceased, which occurred on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. Gaynor then returned with the remains arriving here last Saturday. They were transferred to the Gaynor home and on Monday the funeral services were held, a requiem mass being said at nine o'clock at St. John's Catholic church by Rev. Father Mayer after which the funeral cortege moved to St. Michael's cemetery in the town of Mitchell {Sheboygan county} where the body was interred near the remains of his father and mother who preceded him to the grave several years ago.

Mr. Murphy has been ailing for some years with tuberculosis and has been confined to the hospital for the past four years. He visited here two years ago for a short while but his health was so impaired that he soon returned to Minneapolis. Mr. Murphy was a genial good fellow and though he had some human frailties, was possessed of a kindly nature that won for him many friends. He was born in the town of Mitchell forty-five years ago and lived there all his life with the exception of the past ten years. He was never married and is survived by two brothers and five sisters as follows: Timothy and Joseph of Milwaukee, Mrs. Michael Fitzgerald of Osceola, Mrs. John Lynch of Milwaukee and Mrs. Mat. Gaynor and Mrs. George Lindsay of this city and Mrs. Margaret Roberts of Duluth, Minn. The sympathy of a large circle of friends is extended to the bereaved relatives.


Patrick Murphy
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A Happy Family Circle Now Broken

Another name can be added to the list of early settlers, who have fallen into the sleep of death and will no more be seen in the places, where his face was so familiar for many years. The death angel came and the spirit of Patrick Murphy of Mitchell passed away to his home in heaven on Saturday afternoon, September 12, 1914, of heart trouble. Mr. Murphy was a highly respected citizen honorable to all his dealings and commanded the esteem of all who knew him. He was a kind and loving husband a good neighbor and citizen. Deceased leaves a loving wife one brother one sister and many friends to hold him in fond remembrance. Patrick Murphy was born March 18, 1866 in the town of Mitchell, where he lived until God {called} him home. Mr. Murphy was united in marriage with Miss Martha O'Reilly, February 20, 1900. The funeral was held on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in St. Mary's church in Cascade. Rev, Hoog of Cascade and Rev. Crouse of Osceola officiated. The music on the organ and singing were very nice. The casket was covered with choice flowers. The remains were kindly laid at rest in the cemetery adjoining the church. Pall bearers were Messrs. W.E. McLaughlin, P.H. Slattery, A. Reddington, August Schultz, Thomas Gilboy and Thomas Morgan. Those from away were: Miss Reilly, Patrick Murphy of New London, Wm. Doyne, Indiana, Mrs. Frank Gray, Chicago, John Murphy, Miss Lottie Shivers, Mrs. Peter Keeling, Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Rice, Miss Hobertson, Hugh Murphy of Milwaukee, Miss Mamie Duine of Racine. Robert Gilboy of Campbellsport conducted the funeral.


Thomas Murphy - Mitchell - 1912
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Died in Duluth, Minn.

On Friday evening, February 23rd, at the home of his father in Duluth occurred the death of Thomas, son of John L. Murphy, formerly an old resident of Mitchell, and a brother of Peter H. Murphy.

Thomas was completing his 26th year, was born in the town of Mitchell and when a small boy moved with his parents to Chicago, then to Duluth, where he has since lived. He was taken sick about six months ago and since that time he has suffered with that long and tedious illness of tuberculosis, which gradually sapped his strength away.

The last few weeks of his life was well utilized, he having made every available preparation to meet his eternal God. Thus a loving son and brother went to his final sleep at 7:30 o'clock, Friday, Feb. 23, 1912.

Besides his father he is survived by five brothers - Jerry, Edward, Charles and Robert of Duluth; Joe of New York, three sisters - Mrs. Frank Keating, Mrs. Fred Roth and Miss Katharine, all of Duluth.

The funeral services were held on Monday, Feb. 26th, at St. Mary's Catholic church in Duluth and laid to rest in the city cemetery.


Bernard Wilbur Murphy - Mitchell
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The sad news reached here last Friday morning, Feb. 28, 1908 of the death of Bernard Wilbur, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Murphy of Milwaukee. The funeral was held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from St. Thomas' church to Calvary cemetery. The deepest sympathy is extended to the grief stricken parents. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phalen , Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay {Plymouth} and Mrs. Ben Butler.

Young life budded, bloomed and died,
If that was all 'twas sad indeed;
That we must hope beyond the grave
"Twas for our sake, Christ's wounds did bleed.
There is no death, and angel form
Walks o'er the earth with silent tread;
He bears our best loved ones away
And then we call them dead.


Mrs. William Murphy
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Mrs. William Murphy, nee Clifford, was buried in Mitchell on the 16 inst. Services were conducted by Father Burke. She was one of the old pioneer settlers and a woman highly respected by those who knew her.


Catherine Murphy - 1911
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It is with the greatest sadness we are called upon to record the death of Mrs. Catherine Murphy which occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs. Matt Gaynor last Friday night, Aug. 5th. For the past year she has been in failing health, but few of her friends expected that the end was so near. A severe complication of bowel trouble ended her earthly career.

Mrs. Murphy, nee Catherine Harrington, was born in Castletown, County Cork, Ireland in 1834. Emigrating when quite young to this country, she lived for some years in Fall River and Boston, later moving to Milwaukee where she was married to Daniel Murphy in 1855, who preceded her in death seven years ago. She finally settled with her family in the town of Mitchell where she resided until six years ago when she made her home with her daughter in Plymouth.

Those who knew best her self-sacrificing nature, simple faith and deep religious fervor, will see in her death the crown of her life. Respected by friends, devotedly loved by her family, she died lamented by all, no funeral sermon was needed to inform them of her worth. Her life, the greater part of which was spent in her country home away from the crowds of city life, teaches us an eloquent lesson and furnished us with an inspiring example which we would all do well to follow. Mrs. Murphy was of an amiable happy disposition, displaying the greatest of patience and resignation in her last painful illness, appreciating greatly every act of kindness bestowed upon her. She was a devout Catholic, a faithful member of the Mother Church. A life is noble in proportion as it has before it a noble ideal and strives manfully to live up to it, but nowhere in all the universe of human thought and inspiration can there be found such an ideal as faith from her earliest years held before her; it showed her that she was the offspring of infinite love and that her destiny was the perfection and the beatitude of being in love eternal.

Nine children were born to her of which eight are living as follows: Mrs.Margaret Roberts of Duluth, Mrs. M. Fitzgerald of Osceola, Mrs. J. Lynch of Mitchell, Mrs. Matt. Gaynor and Mrs. George Lindsay of Plymouth, T.F. and J.D. Murphy of Milwaukee and Ed. Murphy of Minneapolis. She also leaves twenty-one grandchildren and one great grand child. Requiem High mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Meyer in St. John's church Monday, a very appropriate sermon was delivered by the latter. After services the remains were conveyed to their last resting place in Mitchell cemetery where Father Fischer performed the last sad rites of the Catholic church at the grave of the deceased. The remains were followed to the church by a large concourse of mourning friends and relatives.

Those from away attending the funeral were Mrs. J. Connell, D. Murphy, J. Clark and Misses Nellie Mahoney and Mary Murphy of Milwaukee, Mrs. J. O'Brien and son {?} of Fond du Lac.


Thomas Madden - 1913
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Mortuary

While going home from Parnell on Wednesday, April 16th, Thomas Madden met with a serious accident which resulted in his death on Saturday following. As he turned the corner leading to his home, the horses became frightened and ran away throwing Mr. Madden out of the rig, breaking several of his ribs and otherwise injuring him internally.

Mr. Madden was born on the farm on which he died, April 8th, 1861 and lived thereon continuously until his death. He was large of statue{sic} and like all large people was possessed of a kindly nature, which though some faults he might have had, endeared him to those with whom he came in contact and a more loyal and obedient son to a mother never lived, but what a man cannot amend in himself or others, he must bear with patience until God ordains otherwise.

The funeral took place Tuesday morning at ten o'clock in St. Michael's cemetery in the town of Mitchell, Rev. Father Fisher officiating.

Mr. Madden is survived by his aged mother, Mrs. Mary Madden. His father John Madden, an old pioneer of Mitchell, preceded him in death several years ago. One brother John of Akron, Ohio, and two sisters Mrs. Peter McMahon of Fairmont, Minn., and Mrs. Phillip McMahon of Mitchell, S.D., a niece Mrs. Geo. Murphy living on the homestead also survive.

Among those from away to attend the funeral were John Madden, Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Peter McMahon and son John of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Phillip McMahon of Mitchell, S.D., Sergeant Thos. Rooney and wife of Milwaukee, District Atty. Frank Rooney of Appleton, Peter Murphy and son Raymond of Milwaukee, Mrs. Jas. Rooney and daughter Miss Agnes and James Stokes and wife, Dan and John Mogan, M.P. Prindiville, Art Feldmann and J.E. Curtiss of Plymouth. The sympathy of all goes out to the sorrowing relatives and friends.


Mrs. John Madden
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This obit is pretty torn up, but still contains enough information for anyone who's interested. - K.R.

{The news reached} here Monday {of the death of M}rs. John Madden at {the home of} her daughter Mrs. {Phillip Mc}Mahon at Mitchell S.D., ?} December 15th, of infirmities {in}cident to old age. Mrs. Mad{den went} to South Dakota a few {years?} ago, after the death of her son {Thomas?} in the town of Mitchell, this {?} and has made her home there {ever} since. She visited friends here {?} ever since going there and was spry for her age when last {?}

Deceased was born in the city of {?}zo, Ireland, January 15th, 1831 and had she lived until next Jan.{15}th she would have attained the {ri}pe age of eighty eight years. She came to this country when fifteen years of age and for a time lived in {Ak}ron, Ohio, coming to the town of {Mi}tchell sixty-three years ago. She was married to John Madden fifty {?}e years ago and came to that town {at} such an early date that she was {sub}ject to all the privations that had {to} be endured in those days, but like {the} sturdy stock that those people {w}ere composed of, she never shirked {the} burden that was imposed on her {but} battled on, to overcome any ad{versi}ty that might befall her. She {was} also possessed of an amiable {dispos}ition together with that inher{ent wi}t, with which her race is so {gener}ously gifted. She lived a use{ful} Christian life and died full of{?} and her passing has closed a {cha}pter on the history of those unique {cha}racters that composed the popu{lat}ion of the early days in Wiscon{sin}

The remains arrived here Wednesday morning and were taken to the {home} of her granddaughter, Mrs. {Geo}rge Murphy in the town of Mitchell, near Parnell, from where the funeral was held Thursday morning {?} o'clock with services at St. Michael's church. Rev. Regan officiated and interment was made in St. Michael's cemetery, alongside of the remains of her husband who passed away several years ago.

Deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Peter McMahon of Fairmount, Minn., and Mrs. Phillip McMahon of Mitchell, S.D., with whom she resided, besides eleven grand children of whom Mrs. George Murphy of the town of Mitchell is one and {?} great grand children; one {sist}er, Mrs. Anna Rooney of Sherburn, Minn., Atty H.J. Rooney of {thi}s city, J.J. Rooney of town of Mitchell, Wm. Mangan of this city and Thomas and John Mangan of Milwaukee are nephews, Mrs. Cooney of Appleton, Miss Agnes Rooney of this city and Mrs. George Ellis of Sherburn, Minn are nieces of the deceased. Two sons, Thomas, late of town of Mitchell and John Madden of Akron, Ohio, died only a few years ago. That she was loved and {res}pected for her sterling qualities {was} well attested by the large con{cour}se of friends that followed the {remai}ns to its lasting place.


Jennie Madden
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Death of Miss Jennie Madden

On Friday, February 10, Miss Jennie Madden passed away at her home in Mitchell, death resulting from heart-failure. The funeral was held Sunday with interment in the Mitchell Catholic cemetery, and the Rev. Father Fisher of Cascade officiated.

Miss Madden was born in the town of Mitchell, March 20, 1875. She was the daughter of Mrs. Madden, the widow of the late J. Madden, and has always resided in Mitchell. She is survived by her mother, brothers, Thomas of Mitchell and John of Ohio, sisters, Mrs. P.H. McMahon of Mitchell, South Dakota; Mrs. Peter McMahon, Fairmont, Minn., and Miss Delia Madden at home.


William Manley - 1914
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Death of William Manley

The remains of William Manley arrived in Plymouth on Tuesday from Minnesota and were taken to Mitchell for interment, the funeral being held this morning from St. Michael's Catholic church. The Rev. Father Hoog officiated, and burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Kuestner and {?} of this city had charge of the arrangements.

Mr. Manley was thirty-four years old and was born and brought up in Mitchell.


John Manley
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Funeral services for John Manley, 75, a former town Mitchell resident, who died Tuesday at Berkeley, Calif., after a lengthy illness, were held at Berkeley Friday morning.

The son of the late Mr. and Mrs.. John Manley, Sr., the deceased was born in the town of Mitchell in 1872, and was married to Miss Mollie Lindsay in 1893. For the past 36 years he has made his home in California.

Survivors are the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Irvin {Lucille} Murray, Oakland, Calif., and Miss Margaret Manley, Berkeley; one son, Dr. Jack Manley, Los Angeles, and a sister, Mrs. Kathryn Hawley, New York City.

Burial was made in a Berkeley cemetery.


Mary Mattingly
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Demise of Mrs. Mattingly

On Tuesday forenoon Mrs. James Mattingly died in St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan, after undergoing an operation. She had been ill for years and the operation was performed when it was found that other means had entirely failed to effect a cure.

The remains were brought from Sheboygan and taken to her home northwest of the city by Undertakers Kessel & Kiefer, last evening.

The funeral will be held Saturday morning at ten o'clock from the Catholic church in this city. {The Rev.} Father Meyer will officiate. Interment will be in St. Mary's Catholic cemetery at Cascade.

{Mrs.} Mattingly was born in {the town} of Mitchell about forty years {ago}. Her maiden name was Mary {??} She was married to James Mattingly at Arcola, Ill., sevente{en} years ago. A few years ago th{ey moved to} what is known as the Chr{?}er farm northwest of Plymouth {and} have resided there ever sin{ce}. {Mrs.} Mattingly is survived by a hu{sband}, a little daughter only f{?} years old, and her mother, who w{as shar}ing her home with the Mattingly's. She is related to the Keyes family and is a cousin of Assemblyman {?} Keyes of Lyndon.

Those who were best acquainted with Mrs. Mattingly say that {she} was of a lovely disposition, was {de}voted to her family, and born {?} bravely during her illness.


Martin Mangan
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Martin, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mangan of Mitchell died Wednesday at the home of his parents. He had passed his tenth year, having been born July 29, {???8}. The funeral will be held this forenoon from St. Michael's church near Parnell. Rev. Father Fischer being indisposed it is thought that Rev. Father Hughes may officiate.

It is a very severe blow for the family, who have the sincere sympathy of all in their great bereavement.

{Note: from Thomas Heraty's Diary - Oct. 8, 1908 Heard this morning of Tom Mangan's boy being dead. Cause of death not known. Oct. 10, 1908 Tom Mangan's boy, Martin, was buried today in Mitchell. Mass by Father Hughes.}


Anna Mangan
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Mrs. Anna Mangan, widow of the late James Mangan, died quite suddenly Sunday at her home in the town of Mitchell of heart disease.

Mrs. Mangan was about 69 years of age, having been born in Ireland. When a child she came with her parents to this country and settled in the town of Mitchell {Sheboygan county}. She was married about fifty years ago. Between two and three years ago, her husband died. She leaves seven children as follows: Thomas of Mitchell; Mrs. Williston of Minnesota; John of Mitchell; William, Henry and Ed, of Milwaukee and Maggie at home. She also leaves six grandchildren. James Rooney of this city is a brother of the deceased.

The funeral was held yesterday forenoon at St. Michael's church Mitchell, with interment in the adjoining cemetery. Father Burke officiating and Kessel & Kiefer of this city having charge of the arrangements.

The relatives from this city and Mrs. Dr. Cooney of Appleton attended the obsequies.


Mrs. John Mangan
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It is with deep and sorrowful regret that we write of the sad and sudden death of our dear and loving friend, Mrs. John Mangan of Mitchell. Mrs. Mangan's death is extremely sad as she was a bride of only three and one half months. She was born May 30, 1897 and peritonitis was the cause of her death.

Deceased possessed a kind and loving disposition and always had a happy smile for young and old, and her death proved a shock to her multitude of friends. She leaves a loving husband, who has the deepest sympathy of the community and grieved parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Burke and five sisters as follows: Maurice, Veleta, Gordealia, Anna and LaVergue and one brother, John, besides a host of relatives and kind friends.

The funeral was one of the largest held in Mitchell, being attended by many from Plymouth, Greenbush, Adell and Milwaukee. The flower bearers were Dan O'Connell, James Reilly and J.P. Harkins of Milwaukee, and the pall bearers were George O'Connell and Will Gaynor of Plymouth; Gordon Burke of Adell; James Gannon of Greenbush; Lawrence Devine and Willie Lindsay of Parnell.

Those who attended the obsequies from away were: Mrs. James Mangan and little daughter Mary of North Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. O'Connell and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Gaynor and family, all of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Harkins and children of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ford and daughter Iris of Waldo; Mrs. Wm. Burke and family of Adell; Martin Gallagher of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. John Graff of Forest and Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher of St. Cloud.

Hail, queen of the heavens,
Hail, Mistress of the earth!
Hail, Virgin most pure, of immaculate birth,
Clear star of the morning, in beauty enshrined,
O Lady, make speed to the help of mankind!
Thee God in the depth of eternity chose,
And formed thee all fair, as his gorgeous spouse.


Anna {Mrs. John} Mangan - 1907
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Passing of an Early Pioneer

The Angel of Death has again visited our midst and taken from a now sorrowing community, a kind and affectionate mother, a true and sincere friend, and an honorable and respected citizen, Mrs. Anna Mangan, whose many friends will learn of her death with sorrow and profound regret.

Mrs. Mangan was called to receive the crown of immortality on Palm Sunday morning at 12:30 o'clock, March 24, 1907, at her home at Rathbun, after an illness of three months with heart disease.

The deceased whose maiden name was Anna Rooney, was born in Slygo county, Ireland, Nov. 21, 1838. At an early age she emigrated with her parents to this country and settled in Wisconsin. In 1855 she was united in marriage to John Mangan, who preceded her in death three years ago. They settled on the farm where they have since resided.

All who were intimate with the deceased will join in expressing the warmest praise for the many estimable qualities she possessed. Honest to the full extent of the word, faithful in all duties of life, she was kind and considerate at all times, ever loving and good. These were the attributes of her life and blessings that her family enjoyed. She bore her long and painful siege of illness without complaining. Her demise, which was calm and peaceful, was a fitting close of a life which exemplified the saying: "As we live, so shall we die." She is survived by seven children, who were at her bedside when she passed away. The following are the children; Thomas, John, Henry and William of Mitchell {Sheboygan county}, Edward of Milwaukee; two daughters, Mrs. V. {Wi}lliston of Sherburn, Minn., and Miss Margaret at home.

The funeral was held Tuesday and the esteem in which she was held, was shown by the large numbers who gathered to pay their last sad tribute to their departed friend. Requiem high mass was sung by Rev. B.J. Burke at St. Michael's church, Mitchell, and all that was mortal of Mrs. Anna Mangan was laid at rest in the adjoining cemetery.

To the children in their sorrow is extended the heartfelt sympathy of the community.

The pallbearers were Attorneys R.J. Rooney of Plymouth and F.J. Rooney of Appleton, Thomas Rooney of Milwaukee, John Rooney, Thomas Madden and Thomas Kiernan of Mitchell, all nephews of the deceased.


Anna {Mrs. William} Mangan
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The remorseless enemy of mankind has again visited our community and taken from our midst a lovely personality, who possessed all the sublime traits of womanhood. "Man is the image and glory of God but the woman is the glory of man" says the Great Book. This is so true, that most of the charities and mercies for which mankind gets credit in his own moral intelligence are inspired by the charitable and merciful attributes so characteristic of true womanhood. The above quotations might truthfully be applied to the past life of Mrs. Anna Mangan, who after much suffering for the last six months, passed away peacefully at her home in the city last Friday afternoon of cancer, from the agonies of which she has been a martyr during all that time. She bore her sufferings however, with a christian fortitude that elicited praise from those who called to see her during her illness.

Mrs. Anna Mangan was born in the town of Lyndon, July 6th, 1882 and her childhood days were spent on the farm, attending the district school near her home, after which she attended the Waldo High School and graduated and took up the profession of teaching. She was married to William Mangan Oct. 17th, 1906 at St. Patrick's church in Adell and immediately went to live on the farm home in the town of Mitchell from where the family moved three years ago, and has since been living in this city. To that union six children {Article cut here}.

...some years ago. She is survived by her husband and five children who are Merlin, Gordon, Donald and Norbert the baby and one daughter Mildred, the oldest of whom is only ten years of age and would still need a mother's care were it the providence of God to spare her, but unfortunately, the children are bereft of a fond mother's love and guidance, just when they are most in need of the same.

The remains were taken to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, in Lyndon, Saturday afternoon from where the funeral took place at 9 A.M. Monday morning, then to St. Michael's Catholic church where a requiem mass was celebrated for the soul of the deceased. The interment was made in St. Michael's cemetery, where the mortal remains of a true wife, a fond mother and an obedient daughter and also a loving sister will rest, Rev. Father Burke officiated.

She is survived by her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. John Sullivan of the town of Lyndon and the following brothers and sisters: Patrick Sullivan of Waukesha; William Sullivan of Janesville; Edward and John Sullivan of Milwaukee; George and Leslie Sullivan in Lyndon; Mrs. Geo. Byer and Mrs. James M{?} {Article cut off}.


Katie {Mrs. James} Mangan
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Funeral services for Mrs. James Mangan, 79, a former town of Mitchell resident, were held Wednesday at Hettlinger, N.D.

Mrs. Mangan, nee Katie O'Connell, lived in Mitchell until 1910, when she was married to John Mangan in St. Michael's Catholic church. They moved to North Dakota, where he died 12 years ago.

One daughter, Mrs. Howard Dahl, Miles City, Mont. survives. Mrs. Mangan passed away in the hospital at Miles City after an illness of several weeks.

Other survivors include two grandchildren; two brothers, John O'Connel of Plymouth and Dan O'Connel of Milwaukee; and one sister,a twin, Mrs. Ed Burke, Milwaukee.

Mrs. James Reilly of Cascade, Mrs. John Haskins {?Harkins K.R.} and Mrs. Emrich Richtig of Milwaukee attended the services in Hettlinger.


John Mangan
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Another of the pioneers of Sheboygan Co. has been summoned to his eternal reward. John Mangan for a number of years a resident of the town of Mitchell died at his home here on Sunday evening Mar. 27th at the age of 75 yrs. Funeral occurred Wednesday the 30th from the Catholic Church; Rev. Father Burke conducted the services and in the cemetery adjoining the church the remains were laid at rest. The deceased lived a christian life, was of a generous disposition, pleasant manners and had a large circle of friends. Deceased leaves to mourn his loss a widow, five sons and two daughters and many friends. The relatives of the deceased have the heartfelt sympathy of many kind friends.


Henry G. Mangan - 1916
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Mortuary Mention

Henry G. Mangan, proprietor of the Dundee Hotel at Dundee and a former resident of the town of Mitchell, passed away at his home Saturday. Stomach trouble is given as the cause of death. Deceased was born in the town of Mitchell {Sheboygan county} 43 years ago, where he grew to manhood and in November, 1904 was united in marriage to Miss Bridget Naughton. He followed farming as a vocation until about five years ago when he moved to Dundee and embarked in the hotel business. Mr. Mangan is survived by his wife, two sisters, Mrs. Nic. Williston and Mrs. George Ellis of Sherburn, Minn. and four brothers, Thomas and William of the town of Mitchell, John of Elkhorn and Edward of Sherburn. The funeral was held Thursday, services being held at St. Michael's church in the town of Mitchell, Rev. Hoog officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. A large number from this vicinity {Article cut off}.


Mary McDonnell
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Born July 2, 1875 - Died Jan. 19, 1950

Funeral Services Monday forenoon, Jan. 23, 9:15 o'clock, at the Gentine Funeral Chapel, Plymouth, and 10:00 o'clock at St. Michael's Church, Town Mitchell.

Interment in the church cemetery.


Mary {Mrs. Andrew} McDonnell
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Mrs. Mary McDonnell Dies

Death removed a much beloved and highly esteemed resident from our community last Monday when Mrs. Mary McDonnell passed on to her reward. Funeral services were held Thursday morning from St. John's Catholic church and the remains were taken to St. Michael's cemetery in the town of Mitchell where they were interred in the family lot, being borne to their last resting place by Attorney H.J. Rooney, Patrick Fitzpatrick, James Gill, John O'Connell, M.H. Hand and Mich. Crosby.

The deceased, whose maiden name was Mary Flannigan, was born in 1850 near Utica, New York, and came to Wisconsin and Sheboygan county with her parents when she was but five years of age. She grew to womanhood here and in January, 1873 was united in marriage to Andrew McDonnell. Ten children were born of the union all of whom survive with the exception of Francis who passed away two years ago. Mr. McDonnell died thirteen years ago and deceased is survived by the following children, Nellie, May, George, Emma, Edward, Andrew, Charles, Florence and Eugene. She is also survived by four sisters, Mrs. Louis Beaucage, Lisbon, North Dakota; Mrs. Lena Alberts, Chicago; Mrs. Margaret Alberts, Milwaukee and Mrs. Sarah Brown of Minneapolis.

The deceased was a devout church member and an active worker in the Christian Mothers' Society. That she was held in high esteem was attested in the large attendance at the funeral, many people coming from a considerable distance to pay their last respects to the deceased.

{Note: from Thomas Heraty's Diary "Jan 14, 1909 Andy McDonnell died at his home in the City of Plymouth. Jan 19, 1909 Attended Requiem Mass for Andy McDonnell. Funeral started from Plymouth at 10 A.M. for Mitchell cemetery." So, if Andy died in 1909, then Mary died about 1921-22.}


Andrew McDonnell
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"Andy" McDonnell Summoned to the Great Beyond Last Friday Night

In Deaths Tomb

Was A Former Resident Of The Town Of Scott, Other Mortuary Notes


About 8 o'clock last Friday evening occurred the death of Andrew McDonnell at his home on Main street, the cause of death being general debility. He is one of the earliest settlers of Sheboygan county.

Mr. McDonnell was born in Mayo county, Ireland, March 25, 1839 and came to this country in the forties and later in 1850 came to Sheboygan county with his parents and settled on a farm in the northern part of the town of Scott. Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell gave up farming two years ago and moved to this city, living in retirement.

In the early seventies he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Flannigan at Osceola. Their union was blessed with six daughters and four sons all of whom are{sic} survive. Following are the name and place of residence: Misses Florence and Eugenia at home; Miss Nellie, principal of the Cascade graded school; Misses May and Emma, George and Edward of Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. J. H. Hardgrove of Fond du Lac; Andrew of Hosmar, B.C.; Charles of this city. He also leaves one sister Mrs. Thomas Nolan Sr., of Greenbush and three brothers, Bernard of Williamsburg, Ia.; Martin of Evanston, Ill.; and Michael of Ellwood, Neb.

With strong normal conviction of the right as long experience gave him to see the right, he lived honestly and usefully, and bore his full share of life's burdens bravely.

The funeral was held at St. John's Catholic church this city on Tuesday forenoon after which the remains were taken to Mitchell for interment. Rev. E.J. Meyer officiating.

Those from away in attendance at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. H. Harder and children, Mrs. T. Keenan, Miss Libbie Nolan and Mrs. M. Alberts of Milwaukee; Edward McDonnell, Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. Beaucage and family, Osceola; Mrs. Mary Nolan, Hulls Crossing and Mr. and Mrs. Martin McDonnell of Chicago.


Andrew McDonald
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On Friday evening at eight o'clock passed away at his home in this city Andrew McDonald, one of the early settlers of the town of Scott. He had not been enjoying good health for several years and during the past two years failed very rapidly.

The funeral was held yesterday forenoon from the Catholic church in this city and the remains were taken to the Mitchell cemetery for interment. The Rev. Father Meyer officiated and Kiefer and Siemers had charge of the obsequies.

Mr. McDonald was born in County Mayo, Ireland, on March 25, 1839 and came to America and Sheboygan county with his parents in 1856. They settled on a farm in the northern part of the town of Scott and the homestead is now in possession of the family of the deceased. About two years ago Mr. and Mrs. McDonald came to Plymouth to reside. They were married sometime in the early seventies at Osceola. Mrs. McDonald's maiden name having been Miss Mary Flannagan. They raised a large and {?} family of children, and all of them who have reached young manhood and young womanhood are filling useful stations in life. The surviving members of the family are the wife, six daughters, Mrs. James Hardgrove of Fond du Lac, Miss Nellie of this city, Misses Emma and Mae of Spokane, Wash., and Misses Florence and Jennie at home, four sons, George and Edward at Spokane, Washington, Andrew at Hosmar, B.C. and Charles of this city. He also leaves three brothers, M.W. McDonald of Evanston, Ill., Mike of Elwood, Nebr., and Bernard of Williamsburg, Iowa, and Mrs. Mary Nolan of Greenbush is a sister.

Those who knew Mr. McDonald in his prime could not but have observed the contrast in his condition then and during the latter years of his life. He was strong physically and apparently capable of unlimited exertion. Many a giant of the forests of Wisconsin gave away to the sturdy blows of an ax in his hands. He spent many winters in the northern woods, and also aided in clearing up the excellent farm he owned in Scott. His neighbors in that town and Mitchell recall that he was obliging and honest.

The following from away were in attendance upon the funeral: Mrs. H. Harder and children, Mrs. T. Keenan, Miss Libbie Nolan, Mr. Olane and Mrs. M. Alberts, of Milwaukee; Edward McDonald, Spokane, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Martin McDonald of Chicago; Mrs. Boncage and family, of Osceola, and Mrs. Mary Nolan, Hull's Crossing. There were also a large number of friends and mrelatives from Plymouth and vicinity.


Julia McDermott
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Funeral services for Mrs. Geo. McDermott, 79, who passed away Tuesday in Milwaukee, were held Thursday in Fond du Lac. The Rev. Father Meinrad, O.F.M., Cap., of Mt. Calvary, was celebrant of the requiem mass. The Rev. Joseph Hosch conducted the committal services at Calvary cemetery.

Pallbearers were Michael Calvey, Lawrence Calvey, Joseph Hughes, Don Riley, Dennis Dunn and Robert Coller.

Nee Julia Conners, she was born March 1, 1872 in the town of Mitchell {Sheboygan county} until her marriage to George McDermott. Since then they have lived in Fond du Lac. Mr. McDermott passed away several years ago.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Charles Murphy of Milwaukee. at whose home Mrs. McDermott passed away, and Margaret, of Fond du Lac; one son, Royal, of Fond du Lac; and four grandchildren.


Thomas McGee
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Thomas McGee, Native of City, Dies at Home in South Dakota

Thomas McGee, a roadmaster with the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway for forty years and a native of Sheboygan county, passed away following a heart attack at his home in Madison, South Dakota, Sunday morning. Since leaving this part of Wisconsin, he has frequently made visits here, his last being a year ago in July. He was well know in this county and will be mourned by his many friends and relatives.

Mr. McGee was born seventy years ago in the town of Holland, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGee. He was united in marriage with Miss Nellie Rooney, and the young couple left for {Sou}th Dakota to make their home.

For {?} years Mr. McGee served the C. M. & St. P. railway in the South Dakota section of the country, working in various capacities until he became roadmaster.

Besides his wife, his survivors include one son, Frank of Chicago and one daughter, Eleanor, who is Mrs. John Stahl of Madison, South Dakota; one sister Mrs. James Mulvey of Cascade, and two brothers, Henry, superintendent of schools in Ivanhoe, Minnesota, and James of Milwaukee.

Funeral services will be conducted in Madison Tuesday morning with burial in that city. Francis O'Hara of the town of Holland, a nephew of the deceased, has left for South Dakota to attend the funeral.


Peter McGrain
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Mortuary Mention

Peter McGrain, that grand old patriot and veteran of the Civil war passed to his Heavenly reward at his home in the town of Mitchell on Nov. 19th, after a protracted illness, as a result of old age in the 93rd year of his career.

Mr. McGrain was born in the county of Cavin, Ireland in 1826 and came with his parents to America when 9 years of age. The family lived for some years in the East and taking up the cry of "Go West Young Man, Go West" they emigrated to the west, to Wisconsin and to Sheboygan county where they finally settled and where Peter lived to the time of his death. Deceased was married to Miss Catherine Keenan in 1832 and to this union were born 12 children, six of whom are living namely Mrs. Mary Coon, Mrs. Charles Gahagan, Miss Alice, George, John and Thomas. Mrs. McGrain passed away in 1882.

Peter McGrain, as is well known, was a veteran soldier of the war of the Rebellion. He was enrolled on the 18th day of October 1862 and served until the 18th day of July, 1865, when he was honorably discharged at Milwaukee.

The remains were buried in the Catholic cemetery in the town of Mitchell, the body resting beside that of his wife. Requiem High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Regan. The pall bearers were Edward Dooley, Edward Harvey, John Crosby, Michael Murray, John Devine and John Henry. The funeral was in charge of undertaker Wittkopp of Plymouth and was the largest funeral procession that has ever approached Mitchell church up to the present time, there being nearly 100 automobiles in line showing the honor and respect in which Peter McGrain was held by this community. Too much honor cannot be shown those loyal old patriots and veterans in their declining {Article cut off}.


George B. McKinley
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Hold Rites For Father of Local Man on Thursday

Private services for George B. McKinley of 920 E. Mason street, Milwaukee, father of G.B. McKinley of this city, who passed away Monday, were held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Philip Weiss Funeral home, Milwaukee.

Mr. McKinley was born June 11, 1865, in the town of Mitchell, and attended the district school there and later high school at Sheboygan Falls.

In 1886 he moved to Milwaukee and on July 1, 1898, he became associated with the Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. in a sales capacity and remained in their employ until his retirement on Aug. 15, 1932.

He served as alderman of the old seventh ward of Milwaukee from 1900 to 1912, and as alderman at large from 1912 to 1920. In addition to his usual committee duties while in the council he served as trustee of the Public Library from 1906 to 1908. He was a member of the following Masonic bodies: Wisconsin Lodge No. 13, Wisconsin Chapter No. 7, Ivanhoe Commandery No. 24, Wisconsin Scottish Rite Bodies and Tripoli Temple.

Survivors are his wife, Agnes Strathearn McKinley; a son, G.B. McKinley, Jr. of Sheboygan, a granddaughter; three sisters, Mrs. Edward Tyrrell of Milwaukee, Mrs. Eli Austin of Colorado {Article cut off}.


Alexander McMullen
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{Ale}xander McMullen, a veteran of the Civil War, and an honored pioneer of Sheboygan county has been summoned from the bivouac of life to his reward. The final call came Saturday forenoon, Oct. 4, at his home in this city. His demise was due to blood poisoning, which developed from a fractured thumb which he sustained a week previous. The funeral services were held from St. John's Catholic church Tuesday {?}, Rev. E.J. Meyer officiating. {?} was laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery.

Mr. McMullen was born Oct. 20, 1837 in New York. His union with Miss Katherine Kennedy took place Nov. 18, 1873 at Cascade. For many years he was engaged in farming in the town of Holland, where he acquired a comfortable competence and retired from active labor about three years ago, moving to this city to enjoy the fruits of his labor. Genial and kindly he made many friends who will miss his pleasant smile and cordial greeting.

He served his country in the conflict of 61 as a member of Company F of the 27th Wisconsin regiment.

He is survived by his wife and the following children; Mrs. Lou Hefling of the town of Mitchell; Mrs. J.C. {?}neifel, Glidden; Mrs. Thos. Phalen, Plymouth; Misses Etta and Agnes McMullen at home; Alexander, Milwaukee; Leo, Aberdale, Wood Co., {?}aul and Chester, Plymouth. He also leaves 6 grand children, one brother, Joseph and two sisters, Mrs. Matilda Kirby, Rudd, Iowa and Mrs. {?}elen Kimey, Oakland, Cal.


John McLaughlin
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Mortuary Mention

The death of John McLaughlin, who resided at the home of John Murphy in the town of Lyndon, occurred last Monday. Deceased was 80 years old and unmarried. He came to this country from Ireland, his birthplace, when he was about twenty-four years of age and shortly after ward came to his last place of residence where he has resided with the above named family. Heart trouble coupled with the infirmities of old age was the direct cause of his death. The funeral took place Wednesday, interment being made in the Cascade cemetery, Rev. Father Hoag officiating.


Catherine McLaughlin
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Mrs. Catherine McLaughlin, widow of Edward McLaughlin died at her home in the town of Mitchell last Saturday of heart trouble. Deceased whose maiden name was Doherty was born in Ireland, Aug. 1, 1833 and when six years old came to this country with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Doherty. She was united in marriage to Mr. McLaughlin in Boston, Mass. Two sons William and John at home and two daughters Kate of Chicago and Ella of Oklahoma survive her.

The funeral was held Thursday morning, Rev. E.J. Meyer of this city officiating in the absence of Rev. Fischer. Interment was made in the {Cas}cade Catholic cemetery.


H. W. McLaughlin - 1912
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{The bo}dy of H.W. McLaughlin, {for?} years a prominent citizen of Missoula, was brought home last night from Butte. He died there yesterday morning at the Murray hospital, where he had been for a week. He went to Butte to be treated for cancer of the throat, a disease with which he had been afflicted for several years. Mrs. McLaughlin was in Butte but Mr. McLaughlin's three children did not leave Missoula until yesterday morning, when they were notified of their father's condition.

A delegation of sorrowing friends met the body at the Northern Pacific depot. It was taken at once to the McLaughlin home on West Pine street.

H.W. McLaughlin was born in Pittsburg, Pa., on March 6, 1854. In 1882 he came to Montana and then to Missoula, where he had been a resident for 23 years at the time of his death. When he first came he was superintendent of bridges and building for the Northern Pacific. He went into the lumber business later, operating a sawmill on the south side, where the Clark mill now stands. He has been in the lumber or coal business since then.

Mr. McLaughlin had a long and honorable political career. In 1891 he was elected mayor of Missoula, in which office he served with distinction. In 1894 he was elected sheriff of Missoula county, to which office he succeeded himself. Before this time he was one of the city {al}dermen. In 1898 he was elected to {t}he state legislature. In politics he {w}as a democrat.

Mr. McLaughlin was a member of the {St.} Francis Xavier church.

{In} September, 1889 he was mar{ried} to Rose Gogerty, whose father was an old time Northern Pacific {ro}admaster. She and the three child{ren}, Patrick C., H.{?}., J.{?}., and {M}argaret survive. A sister, Mrs. J. Clifford, resides at Lolo. ---

{M}issoulian, Missoula, Mont. of Jan. {?}th.

{From} the above we glean the fact {t}hat the deceased H.W. McLaughlin {w}as for many years a resident of {B}eechwood, town of Scott, this county, coming to that place when {a} {m}ere child and living there until {m}anhood.

The writer knew the deceased well {and} is not surprised at all the hon{ors} that were bestowed on him in {his} western home. He achieved everything that is merited, and to old time friends in Sheboygan county he will ever be remembered {as} an amiable person worthy of the {es}teem and friendship of those with {w}hom he came in contact. It was{onl}y a few years ago that he was {here}e on a very sad occasion bringing the remains of his mother from {Mon}tana to St. Michael's cemetery {in} the town of Mitchell for burial, {?} interred the same beside those of his father, Charles McLaughlin, who {pass}ed away several years ago. The {?} friends of the deceased, all neighbors and friends send their {sinc}ere condolence.

A Friend


Francis McNicholas
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Francis McNicholas, {brother of} P.H. McNicholas of this city, passed away at his home at Iron Mountain, Mich., Monday, death following a protracted period of ill health during which the deceased suffered from hardening of the arteries. Funeral services were held at Iron Mountain Thursday at the Catholic church and the remains were interred in that city.

News of the death of Mr. McNicholas came as a shock to friends of the family here, for though it was known he had been in ill-health his demise was not expected. Mr. McNicholas was born in this city on November 10, 1885 and spent the early years of his life here. Entering the railway mail service he had a run on the Milwaukee road for a number of years.

Resigning from the railway mail service he accepted a place as assistant post-master at Iron Mountain, Mich., a post he held until the time of his death.

Mr. McNicholas was wedded about ten years ago to Miss Jessie Liebchen of Iron Mountain and the union was blessed with two children. Surviving him are his wife, two children, Helen and Leo, his mother, Mrs. P. H. McNicholas of this city; two brothers, Harry of Washington, D.C. and Dr. Leo McNicholas of LaCrosse and four sisters, Cecelia, who is teaching in Spokane, Wash.; Marguerite, who teaches at Denmark; Rose, who is employed at Milwaukee and Sister Rosanne of St. Agnes Convent, Fond du Lac. Among those who attended the services were Mrs. Mary McNicholas and Rosalia McNicholas and Geo. O'Connell of this city; Dr. L.J. McNicholas of LaCrosse and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cheney, Mrs. John Brogan and F. McNicholas of Green Bay.


Thomas McNicholas
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Thomas McN{icholas died in the} town of Mitchell last {?} at the age of 91 years. Death was by general debility due to his years.

Deceased was born in County M{ayo} Ireland. He was married in the old country to Miss Bridget D{?} shortly after which they came {to} America and settled in New York sta{te}. They remained in the state for so{me}time and later in Pennsylvania and {in} the early days of Wisconsin came {to} Racine. Forty-four years ago they came to Mitchell {Sheboygan county} and settled on the farm where his death occurred.

There are six children surviving; Mrs. John Brogan of Mitchell, Mrs. James Godfrey of Greenbush, Mrs. James Keyes of Lyndon, Mrs. Anna Sullivan of Milwaukee, P.H. McNicholas of this city and Frank at home. The wife and mother preceded him some twenty years ago.

Mr. McNicholas was one of the oldest residents and best known men of the town of Mitchell and held the respect and confidence of all his neighbors.

The funeral was held on Sunday morning at 9:30 from St. Michael's church, the Rev. B.J. Burke conducting the services. The children were all present at the funeral. Interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the church.


P. H. McNicholas
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As if a thunder bolt had come out of a clear sky, such was the shock that came to the people of this city when the news came forth that P.H. McNicholas and {sic} dropped dead while at the dinner table Wednesday at about 12:30 o'clock. He was so well known that the mention of his name in that connection put everybody on edge, as he had been seen on the streets so recently. Nobody expected to hear such a report, but he had been ailing a week or so, which was thought not seriously. He however had a quite sick spell last spring which no doubt left him in a weakened condition.

Deceased was born in Ireland, 66 years ago and came to America when an infant. The family lived in New York for a while then at Racine, and about 60 years ago came to the town of Mitchell, where Mr. McNicholas' father purchased a farm, on which the family lived until the parents died. Mr. McNicholas got all the education that could be derived from the schools of those days and as he was an apt scholar, he so well mastered the educational problems of his environments, that he taught school in the country for several years. He also was a bookkeeper for M.O. Grady, the largest Farm Implement dealer in the county. He also was a bookkeeper for the Plymouth Brewery and was City Justice of Plymouth. He conducted for a while the farm now owned by M.H. Hand, south of the city, which he sold about eight years ago and since has been employed at the street car depot. Pat, as he was familiarly called, was a man of fine sensibilities, always considerate of the feelings of others, awake to the responsibilities of life, generous to a fault and endeavoring at all times to live up to the scruptual {sic} admonition of "do unto others, as you would that they should do unto you." He was marred {sic} thirty four years ago at Cascade to Miss Mary Gaynor. He was a member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin, in good standing. He is survived by his widow and seven children as follows: Francis of Iron Mountain, Mich.; Dr. Leo at the Great Lakes Training Station and Harry of Washington, D.C.; Misses Mary, Cecelia, Rosalia and Marguerita at home; two grandchildren and one brother Frank of Reedsville and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Sullivan of Milwaukee and Mrs. John Brogan of this city.

The funeral will take place today with interment in the Catholic cemetery. To the bereaved we extend a heartfelt condolence in the loss of a good and kind husband, father, brother and a true friend.


Frank McNicholas
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Hold Rites at Plymouth for the Late Frank McNicholas

Funeral services for Frank McNicholas, 71, who passed away unexpectedly at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Manitowoc were held at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Wittkopp Funeral Home at Plymouth and at 9:30 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic church there, the Rev. A.J. July officiating. Members of the Holy Name society, of which Mr. McNicholas was a member, conducted a vigil at the funeral home Wednesday evening.

Mr. McNicholas was born Sept. 5, 1868, in the town of Mitchell, the youngest child of Thomas and Bridget McNicholas. His early education was acquired at the Pius school, located a short distance from their home. His mother passed away when he was 10 years of age and he grew to young manhood in the home of his sister, the late Mrs. John Brogan. When 16 years old he went to Hull's Crossing in Greenbush where he learned cheesemaking from the late Oliver Haslee. In his early twenties he returned to his former Burke home and bought the present Gordon Burke factory. He continued there for 15 years, after which he bought the cheese factory near the Gus Cosgrove farm at Rathbun where a store and post office were also located. He moved the factory to the present site of the John Scannel factory at Rathbun Corners. He remained there until 1910, enjoying a large patronage.

Wishing to enjoy a vacation, he sold his factory and spent his time traveling. When not away, he made his home with two of his sisters, Mrs. John Brogan and Mrs. James Godfrey, now deceased. In 1912, he went to Maple Grove, Manitowoc county, where he owned and operated a cheese factory until 1927 when he went to Grimms, Wis., where he bought another cheese factory. Here he remained until this past summer when he retired.

Mr. McNicholas' success in his work and the admiration of his patrons for his ability is best shown by the length of time he served in each locality. In every case he built up a small business into one of large patronage.

Mr. McNicholas was of strong moral character and a splendid example of integrity to the companions of his youth whom he befriended on many occasions. This attribute was symbolic of him throughout his life whether in business or in social affairs. He was very fond of young people and enjoyed nothing more than taking a young relative with him on a trip or to a football or baseball game.

Survivors include the following nephews and nieces: Dr. H.T. Brogan, William and Jay Brogan, Mrs. John Clark, Milwaukee; Mrs. Joe Dunn, Mrs. Laura Schultz, Chicago; Mrs. Charles Cheney, Green Bay; Miss Celia McNicholas, Racine; Harry McNicholas, Washington, D.C.; Sister Rose Ann, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mrs. Ed Kuestner, Waunaukee; Orton Keyes, Platteville; Robert Godfrey, Sheboygan; William Sullivan, Fond du Lac; Ed Sullivan, Ripon, and George Sullivan, California.

Pallbearers were: M.H. Hand, Mike Crosby, John O'Connell of Plymouth, Thomas Welsch, George Connell and Joe Walmer of Maple Grove. Interment was made on the Godfrey lot in St. John's cemetery at Plymouth.

A large delegation of friends attended the services from Manitowoc county. Others were present from Plymouth, Mitchell and surrounding townships. Those attending from Sheboygan were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Godfrey, Robert, Jr. and David, Monica, Muriel and Patricia Godfrey, P.H. Slattery, Dave Donovan, Ed Sullivan and Mrs. O. Halboth.


Margaret McNair
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Mrs. Margaret McNair, 62 years old, well known in Greenbush, Mitchell and vicinity, died after an operation at the Plymouth hospital Tuesday. She had complained of not feeling well for some time. After {the opera}tion it was hoped that she {would r}ecover, but she grew weaker {and w}eaker until the end.

She was born in Milwaukee, Aug. 8, 1855, and spent her childhood days there. She had many friends and many will grieve at the announcement of her death. Deceased was liked in the neighborhood of her home and was known as an agreeable and lovable woman and friend. Mrs. McNair was well known in Plymouth and vicinity.

{She is} survived by a husband and four daughters, Mrs. Alvin Strack, of Mitchell, Mrs. Walter Strack, of Scott, Mrs. Clara Nelson and Miss Agnes McNair at home.

The funeral was held at 11 o'clock Friday from the home. Rev. Gillen conducting the services. Burial {will be} made in the Greenbush {cemetery}.


Matty McNair
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Matty McNair passed away at his home in Mitchell, on Friday, March 28th after a week's illness of scarlet fever and pneumonia. The deceased is survived by his wife and two children to mourn his early and untimely demise. The sincere sympathy of the community is extended to the grief stricken family in their dark {?} sorrow and bereavement.

{From Thomas Heraty's Diary - Mar 28, 1913 Matty McNair was taken violently ill this p.m. and died at 4 o'clock this p.m. Mar 29, 1913 Joe Bowser called Dr. Block this morning to come and fumigate the McNair house. He came and did so. Old Matty {McNair} came up from Milwaukee this p.m. and Winsink came from Plymouth and prepared the body. Burial in Greenbush cemetery}.


Henry W. McMurphy
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A Pioneer Expires

Henry W. McMurphy, for nearly 60 years a resident of the town of Lyndon, died at his home in Waldo on Monday, July 28, 1913 at the age of 80 years.

Mr. McMurphy was born in Painesville, Ohio, May 2, 1833. When a lad he went as a sailor on the Great Lakes and later on the Gulf of Mexico, making many trips to the West Indies and up the Atlantic coast; also making one trip to Liverpool on a trading vessel.

In 1855, he came to Sheboygan county, Wisconsin, locating a farm on Sec. 16, Town of Lyndon. In 1857 he married Mary A. Stone, daughter of one of the first settlers in the county. They went to Painesville, Ohio, where they remained for a few years, but in 1861 returned to the Wisconsin farm which was their home until 1900, when they retired to a home in Waldo. Mrs. McMurphy died eight years ago.

Of the five children, the three daughters survive, who are Mrs. Mabel Harling, Waldo; Mrs. Mira Kennedy, Chicago and Mrs. Caroline Carpenter of Waldo. The sons, John and Harley died in 1899 and 1900, three months apart. There are four grandchildren, Harley Harling, Gladys and Howard Kennedy and Ruth Carpenter.

Mr. McMurphy often held public offices and was in many ways associated with the business of the town for years, was one of the old-time republicans and took an active part in politics. He held his interest in general affairs and read his daily newspaper up to three days before his death.

After the death of Mrs. McMurphy, the youngest daughter came to make her home with him and gave him every care and attention in his declining years. He had suffered with an incurable affliction for years, yet it did not apparently shorten his days, as his demise was due mainly to the infirmities of age.

The funeral was held Wednesday morning at the residence, Rev. Smith of Milwaukee, a friend of the family officiating, with burial in the family lot in Winooski cemetery.

Mr. McMurphy, in his death, needs no eulogy. His long life spent in this community stands for all that is necessary. His dealings with his fellowmen, his upright life, are his tributes, his monument, his legacy. In the passing of this man, who had lived through and took an active part in the development of the county since its pioneer days, the present generation is reminded of the debt of gratitude they owe to these sturdy pioneers, who conquered the wilderness and overcame all obstacles in a new county, that their children and children's children might reap the benefits, a priceless legacy to them and all future generations.

They have builded well and now rest from their labors.


Mary A. McMurphy - 1905
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Mrs. H. W. McMurphy Passes Away

Mrs. H.W. McMurphy, a resident of Waldo for many years, passed away shortly after six o'clock Monday evening, death being caused by hemmorrhage of the stomach, from which she had been suffering for a considerable length of time. The funeral took place from the home at ten o'clock this forenoon, being directed by Undertaker Schram of Plymouth, and the remains were laid to their final rest in the cemetery at Winooski.

Mrs. McMurphy whose maiden name was Stone, was a daughter of James and Lucinda Stone, numbered among the earliest settlers of Winooski. She was born on April 17th, 1839, in Berkshire, Vermont, and was therefore in her sixty-seventh year at the time of her death. She came to Wisconsin with her parents in 1845, the family settling on a farm near Winooski, and she has since continued making her home in this vicinity. She was a lady well known and held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends by whom she will be sadly missed. Mr. McMurphy survives his wife besides whom there are three children, as follows: Mrs. Henry Harling of Waldo, Mrs. E.A. Kennedy of Chicago and Mrs. Caroline Carpenter of Lake City Minnesota. Two sons, John and Harley McMurphy, passed away five years ago their deaths occurring within a few months of each other.


John McMurphy
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The remains of John McMurphy, who died in Denver, Col., from the effects of a mine accident, arrived at Waldo Wednesday evening and were taken to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. McMurphy. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at the house, Rev. Cody of Waldo speaking briefly. The burial was in Winooski cemetery. The shock is very great to his parents who only a little over four months ago buried their younger son Harley, who died at Norfolk, Va. and was brought home for burial, the circumstances being very sad. At that time John came home for a short visit, returning Oct. 7th to Breckinridge. The past twelve years he had lived in Breckinridge, Col. and was engaged in mining. When injured he was taken to Denver for medical treatment but it was known from the first that his injuries would prove fatal. He lived nine weeks, and during that time would not give the nurses the address of the home folks, as he said he did not wish to alarm or worry them. A letter which came to him from home was taken from him while he slept, and his people notified, but another message immediately followed the first announcing his death the same day. And now after a separation of 17 years the brothers sleep side by side, the one who would choose a home by some river, the other who soon hoped to realize his golden dreams, both taken from earth in the prime of their manhood and usefulness. Besides the father and mother are three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Harling of Waldo, Mrs. Mira Kennedy of Chicago and Miss Carrie McMurphy at home.


Harley R. McMurphy
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At Rest

After months of suffering from consumption, Harley R. McMurphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.W. McMurphy found relief in death at Norfolk, Va., on Monday morning, Sept. 11th, 1899. Had he lived until November next he would have been thirty-three years of age. Deceased was a bright, steady young man, and that he should be called away at such an early age is a matter of sincere sorrow to many. He was born at Lyndon and spent most of his time on the home farm. He loved to be on the water and spent four or five years on Lake Michigan giving good satisfaction to all he worked for. He leaves to mourn his death, a father, mother and three sisters, Mrs. E. Kennedy, Mrs. H. Harling, Miss Carrie McMurphy and one brother, John, and many friends. The remains of Mr. McMurphy came to Waldo on the Thursday evening train and were taken to the residence of his parents where the funeral was held on Saturday morning at 11 o'clock under the Masonic order. The Masons with whom the deceased was an eminent member were well represented from Plymouth and other parts of the county. The remains were followed to Winooski cemetery by a large concourse of friends and acquaintances. At the grave the Masons performed another of their services and the body was lowered into the grave, the last resting place well covered with beautiful flowers. The pall bearers were H.G. Ford, M. Andrus, Peter Getrick, W.W. Ford, E. Roice and P. Wightman.


Anne McBride
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Death of Mrs. McBride

It is our painful duty to record the death of another of the old pioneer settlers of the county, in the person of Mrs. Anne McBride, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Loftus at Forest Junction, {?} on the 5th inst., after a brief illness.

Deceased, whose maiden name was McCormack, was born in Cavan county, Ireland, in 1829. At the age of nine years she came with her parents to America and settled near Utica, N.Y., where in 1848 she was married to Philip McBride, who died on Mar. 20, 1874. Mr. McBride was born in the town of Cahir-na-Cross, Meath county, Ireland, in 1820. In 1859, she, with her husband and children came to Wisconsin and settled on a farm in the town of Scott, in this county, where she continued to reside up to four years ago. In the family were ten children, seven of whom survive her, two children having died in infancy and one, a son about ten years ago. Those living are John and Thomas of Chicago, Owen and Michael in North Dakota, Mrs. James Loftus of Forest Junction, Mrs. Bart Donahue of Mitchell and Miss Alice of Chicago. All of the children, except Owen, were present at the funeral. Fifteen grandchildren also survive her.

The funeral was held from Mitchell church Tuesday. The remains were laid at rest in the adjoining cemetery. The funeral cortege was the largest that approached the Mitchell church in many years, showing the esteem in which she was held by her neighbors and those who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Father Burke, who in his sermon paid a glowing tribute to the Christian character, the moral worth and the charitable and virtuous life of the deceased. She was an ardent and devout member of the church, one who lived up to its teachings and by precept and example led her children to follow in her footsteps to become honored citizens and Christian men and women, one who in memory they revere and during their lives can call her blessed.

The pall bearers were John Lindsay, Geo. Lindsay, James Stokes, Peter Murphy, Andrew McDonnell, and Thomas Heraty. The funeral was in charge of T.F. Franey and E. O'Connell.


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Former Resident of Town Mitchell Dies on Sunday

Plymouth - Miss Anna McBride, 79, former town of Mitchell resident, passed away at her home at 3200 W. Wisconsin avenue, Milwaukee, on Sunday.

Miss McBride was born Feb. 19, 1866, in town of Mitchell, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McBride. She resided in that town for 48 years, serving as a teacher in Sheboygan county rural schools. Thirty-one years ago she went to Milwaukee to make her home. She was a member of the St. Rose of Lima church, Milwaukee. She was also affiliated with the Altar society and the Happy Death society of Gesu.

The deceased is survived by one sister, Mrs. P.H. Fitzpatrick of Cascade. Two sisters and one brother preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at 9:30 on Tuesday morning at the Gentine Funeral home in Plymouth and at 10 o'clock at St. Michael's church in the town of Mitchell. The Rev. C.J. Schouten will officiate and burial will be made in the church cemetery.

Members of the St. Mary's and St. Michael's parishes will hold a vigil at 8:15 tonight at the funeral home. Friends may call from this evening until the time of the services.


Ellen McBride
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The demise of Mrs. Ellen McBride occurred Tuesday morning at her home in the town of Mitchell, 2 1/2 miles north of Beechwood. She was about 72 years of age and she suddenly expired after having been doing household duties. She is survived by one son, Mike, residing at home and four daughters as follows: Ella, a teacher of the public schools of Sheboygan, Nora of Chicago, Annie, at home and Mrs. Fitzpatrick of Mitchell. The funeral took place at the Catholic church in Mitchell Tuesday morning.


John P. McBride
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Motorcycle Patrolman Succumbs to Illness

Patrolman John P. McBride died at his home, 127 Twenty eighth street, Monday afternoon, after an illness of several years. Patrolman McBride, who was 39 years old, was appointed a patrolman on April 6, 1910, and was promoted to the motorcycle squad in 1915. He was born in Cascade, Wis., on May 15, 1879. He is survived by his widow and three daughters. Funeral services will be held at St. Roses's church, Thirtieth and Sycamore streets, Thursday morning. Interment will be at Holy Cross cemetery.


Con. McBride
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The sad news reached Cascade on Saturday of the death of Con. McBride at Milwaukee on Saturday afternoon. Mr. McBride was for many years a resident of Cascade, but last spring he and Mrs. McBride moved to Milwaukee and were making their home with their son John McBride and family. The deceased was 83 years of age and leaves to mourn, his wife and three sons, John, Patrick and Mike. The remains were brought to Cascade for burial, funeral services being held at St. Mary's church on Tuesday morning.


Cornelius McBride
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Pioneer Called to His Home

Mr. Cornelius McBride, a former resident of Cascade and the town of Mitchell died on Friday night at the home of his son in Milwaukee where he had been staying several months. He had been ill for several months and was eighty-three years of age. The remains will be brought to Cascade on Tuesday morning and the funeral services will be held at St. Mary's church. More particulars in the Herald.


Bridget Murray
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Miss Bridget Murray, the third youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray died at her home here on Friday April the 21st of consumption. Miss Murray was in her 22 year was born in Mitchell and that town had always been her home. Besides her parents she leaves to mourn her loss one brother and five sisters. The funeral took place from the residence and interment made in the Mitchell cemetery. Father Burke conducting the obsequies.

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Miss Bridget Murray a highly respected young lady and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Murray of Mitchell died Friday morning April 21st, 1905 of consumption.

Miss Murray was an accomplished school teacher and was loved by her pupils and many friends and one whom we believe went through the gates into the other world with proper credentials of righteousness earned while in this world. The family have the sympathy of all in their great bereavement. The funeral services were held on Monday morning at St. Michael's church in Mitchell. Rev. B.J. Burke officiating. The funeral was largely attended. The bearers were Ed. Doherty, Charley McDonnell, Charley Doherty, George Gill, Patrick Sullivan and Leo Gill.


Thomas Murray
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Thomas Murray son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murray of Mitchell died Sunday morning Oct. 8th, '05, of consumption after being sick a number of months. Thomas was a steady, industrious and nice young man and loved by all that knew him. The funeral was held at St. Michael's church in Mitchell on Wednesday morning. Rev. B.J. Burk officiating.


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James, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Murray who died at his home in Mitchell on Wednesday, June 2nd, was born in that town on Aug. 26, 1889, consequently past twenty years of age. He had spent quite a time in Oklahoma, Arizona, Texas and other western states in hopes of being able to ward off an illness of tuberculosis, but he was unsuccessful and returned home last March to patiently await the call of the Inevitable.

The funeral service was held at St. Michael's church, Parnell last Friday, Fathers Fischer of Cascade and Reilly of Ridgeway, officiating. Interment was made in St. Michael's cemetery.

Besides his parents, the deceased is survived by four sisters, Misses Kathyrn, Agnes, Regina and Collette to whom the deepest sympathy is extended.


Agnes Murray
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Agnes Murray died at six o'clock Sunday evening of tuberculosis at her home in Fond du Lac.

Miss Murray was born in Mitchell, twenty five years ago, where she lived until three or four years ago when the family moved to Plymouth and resided on Hein street for a time. For a year and a half, Fond du Lac has been the home of the family.

Requiem high mass was celebrated at St. Patrick's church, Fond du Lac at nine o'clock, yesterday forenoon. The remains were then brought to the city on the morning train and taken to St. Michael's church, Mitchell, where Rev. Cosgrove, who accompanied the family here from Fond du Lac, spoke. Interment was in the cemetery beside the bodies of her four sisters and one brother, all of whom have died of tuberculosis within the past eight years. A large number of friends came to the city and formed part of the procession to Mitchell.

Miss Murray is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, two sisters, Katherine and Regina teaching in Henry, S.D., who arrived home about a week before her death, and one sister, Collette, attending school in Fond du Lac.

The friends of the family throughout the county sympathize most deeply with the family in their great affliction.

Death of Agnes Murray

At 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon, March 9th, 1913, the eternal spirit of Agnes Murray took its flight to heavenly realms at her home in Fond du Lac, where she had been for some time, being ill with tuberculosis. The young lady always bore her suffering with a Christian fortitude, ever remembering that Christian admonition that "He that followeth me, walketh not in darkness, saith Our Lord."

Miss Murray was born in the town of Mitchell, this county and lived there until about three years ago, when she moved with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, to Plymouth, residing on Hein avenue until nearly a year ago, when the family moved to Fond du Lac.

Requiem high mass was celebrated at St. Patrick's church, Fond du Lac, the celebrant being her cousin, Rev. Father Reilly. The remains were then brought to this city on the 11:30 o'clock train, thence by carriage to St. Michael's church, Mitchell, where Rev. Cosgrove, their pastor who accompanied the family here from Fond du Lac, spoke feelingly of the Christian virtues possessed by the deceased. The remains were interred by the side of her four sisters and one brother, who preceded her in death, all of whom died of the same disease.

Deceased is survived by her parents, three sisters, Katherine and Regina, teaching at Henry, S.Dak., who arrived home about a week previous to her death, and Collette, who is attending school at Fond du Lac. The sympathy goes out to the afflicted family in their great bereavement.


Mrs. John Murray
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Called to Her Home Above

The sad news came to Cascade on Thursday that Mrs. John Murray of Fond du Lac passed over the river to her heavenly home on Wednesday, January 20, 1915. Mrs. Murray's social qualities made her dear to those who knew her best. She was a loving wife, an affectionate mother and a good neighbor, loved and respected by all who knew her.

Mrs. Murray was born sixty-five years ago in the town of Mitchell and lived there until a few years ago. She and family moved to Plymouth, and from there they moved to Fond du Lac where she died. She is survived by her husband, three daughters and three sisters, Mrs. John {?}ry, Mrs. John Kelley of Cascade, Mrs. Chiel of Osceola, Fond du Lac county, one brother, Thomas O'Reilly, a policeman of Green Bay.

The remains of Mrs. Murray and her relatives came on the Saturday morning train to Campbellsport and from there were taken to St. Michael's church in Mitchell where the funeral was held at twelve o'clock, Rev. Father Hoog of Cascade, officiating.

The casket was nicely covered with choice flowers from kind hands. The pall bearers were relatives and as follows: Messrs. Lawrence O'Reilly, John O'Reilly, James Gill, Edward Dunn, E.E. Gunn and Johnny O'Reilly. The funeral was largely attended. The remains of Mrs. Murray were laid at rest in the cemetery adjoining the church beside her three daughters and one son.


John Murray
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With extreme sadness we are obliged to chronicle the death of John Murray and old and esteemed resident for many years of the town of Mitchell this county and also a resident of this city for a few years prior to his moving to Fond du Lac, where his death occurred. After the death of his wife which took place at that city some few years ago, he entered the Boyle Catholic home in Fond du Lac to pass his declining years, after the infirmities of old age compelled him to do so and was an inmate of that institution until it was destroyed by fire the night of February 27th this year, when he was transferred to the home of the aged, where his death occurred.

It seems that after the fire at the Boyle Home he never recovered from the shock he received and his mind had been somewhat affected ever since. On last Wednesday night Mr. Murray retired to his room between 8:30 and 9 o'clock and at about 11:15 the occupant of the next room called the Janitor and stated that she heard the window of Mr. Murray's room raise and then heard a crash. The Janitor, together with Mrs. Mona Nickel, Matron of the home, entered Mr. Murray's room and found the window open and the occupant gone. They then repaired to the yard below, when they found his body lying on a board walk directly under the window from which he jumped. Whether he had been sleeping or not is unknown, but when picked up he wore his night clothes, also his coat and shoes. He was unconscious when found and remained in that condition until his demise. His injuries consisted of a broken hip and a fractured skull, medical aid was summoned immediately but his injuries proved to be fatal and the efforts of the physicians were of no avail.

Mr. Murray was 78 years old and was born in Ireland and came to the town of Mitchell when a very young man, living there continuously until about ten years ago when he moved with his family to this city, later moving to Fond du Lac, where he resided until his death. He was married to Miss Mary O'Rielly{sic} about 45 years ago. Several children were born to the couple, nearly all of whom passed away in their youth, only three daughters survive, who are; Katie, Collette and Regina, who are all teaching school in Montana. Michael Murray of Mitchell is a brother of the deceased. The funeral was held Thursday with services at St. Patrick's church at Fond du Lac and the remains were brought from that city and all that was mortal of Mr. Murray was consigned to the earth from whence it came, in St. Michael's cemetery, town of Mitchell, beside the remains of his wife and children who preceded him in death several years ago. A host of friends extend a sincere condolence in thew loss of their father who has passed to his eternal reward.


Mrs. Mugan
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Mrs. Mugan of the eastern part of Mitchell died Saturday afternoon after an illness of a few months. Deceased was eighty-five years of age. She and her husband who died about twenty years ago were among the early settlers of the town. Deceased is survived by four sons and a daughter, Rev. Chas Mugan of California, Michael of Chicago and Daniel, John and Mary at home. The funeral occurred Tuesday at St. Michael's and solemn high mass was sung by Rev. Mugan, son of the deceased, assisted by Rev. Ryan, Rev. Mueller and Rev. Burke. The pall bearers were: Thos. Cooney, M. Keyes, P. Murphy, P. Doherty, J. Phalen and J. Burke.


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Funeral Services for John Mugan Held on Tuesday

Plymouth - {Special} - The funeral services for the late John Mugan were held on Tuesday morning at the St. John the Baptist Catholic church at 9 o'clock. The Rev. A.J. July officiated and interment was made in the St.Michael's cemetery in the town of Mitchell.

The pallbearers were Ray Doherty, Emil Hellmer, James Gahagan, Frank Fitzpatrick, and Philip O'Reilly.

John E. Mugan, son of John P. and Bridget Mugan, pioneer residents of the town of Mitchell, was born June 10, 1895. He is survived by his wife, the former Florence Flynn of Mitchell; his mother, Mrs. Bridget Mugan of Plymouth; a sister, Mrs. Lewis Crosby of Chicago; two brothers, Daniel, of East Orange, New Jersey, and A. Mugan of the town of Mitchell. Two brothers preceded him in death.

Mr. Mugan who was a resident of Plymouth for 15 years, passed away at the Rocky Knoll sanitarium on Saturday morning.


William Mugan
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Loved One Called

William Mugan, well known and much esteemed by citizens generally, died at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mugan of Mitchell, Wednesday morning, June 13, 1906. Death was the result of consumption, from which he had been a sufferer for several months past. Good care and medicine did not seem to have any effect in checking the disease. Mr. Mugan was born August 18, 1871, two miles northwest of Cascade and made his home in Lyndon and Mitchell, most of that time. He leaves his parents, two brothers, one sister and many friends to mourn his demise. The funeral was held at St. Michael church in Mitchell, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, Rev. Father Burke officiating. The casket was covered with nice flowers from kind hands. The remains were laid at rest in the cemetery adjoining the church. The pall bearers were Messrs. William Brogan, Thomas Gilboy, Wm. McLaughlin, James Reilly, John Reilly, and Manley Hughes. The funeral was very largely attended and attested the esteem in which the deceased was held by our citizens.

The C.O.F. had charge of the funeral as Mr. Mugan was a much respected member of the order.


Bridget Mugan
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Funeral Services Conducted at Plymouth for Mrs. Mugan

Cascade, - Funeral services for Mrs. Bridget Mugan, former resident of Mitchell township but for the past twelve years living in Plymouth, who passed away at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crosby, in Chicago, Sunday, Feb. 12, after an illness of several months, were held at the Gentine Funeral home in Plymouth at 9 a.m. last Wednesday and at 9:30 a.m. at St. John the Baptist church.

Celebrant of the solemn requiem mass was the Rev. Father Reintges, assisted by the Rev. Father Reinl of Elkhart Lake, as deacon, and the Rev. Clarence Schouten of Cascade as sub-deacon.

Interment was in the family plot at St. Michael's cemetery in Mitchell, the following acting as pallbearers: Mesdames John Reilly, Ed. Gahagan, Essie Lindsay, Louis Gahagan, Joe Lorge and M. Crosby.

The Christian Mothers' society, of which the deceased was a member, attended the services in a body.

Included with the out-of-town relatives and friends who attended the services were: Daniel Mugan of East Orange, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barrett, Mrs. Tim O'Connor, John Donnelly, Mrs. Dudley Weaver, Mrs. Bergman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crosby, all of Chicago; Judge and Mrs. E.H. Puhr and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith, of Sheboygan; Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. Mayme Gahagan of Elkhart Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Devine of Parnell; Mr. and Mrs. James Gannon of Greenbush; Thomas Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosby of Fond du Lac, and many others from Batavia, Cascade, Sheboygan Falls, Glenbeulah and Mitchell township.


Frank A. Markus - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - December 27, 1951 - p. 8
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Funeral services for Frank A. Markus, 62, of Campbellsport, former depot agent for the Chicago and North Western Railroad at Haven, who died Sunday, were held today.

Brief rites at Gerend’s Funeral Home at 8:30 a.m. were followed by a requiem high mass at Holy Name Church at 9 a.m. The Rev. Warren Schmitt, curate, was the celebrant.

The children of Holy Name School sang the mass accompanied at the organ by Cletus Zohlen, parish organist. Interment was made in Calvary Cemetery.

Under the command of Matt M. Shook, Jr., military rites were conducted at the grave by members of Prescott-Bayens Post No. 83, American Legion. Past Commander H. A. Meyer presented the flat to the next of kin, Mrs. Mary Biederwolf, a sister of the deceased.

Others participating in the rites were H. A. Meyer, commander, and Alan King, Andrew Hertel and Clarence Abendroth, firing squad; Richard Froehlich and Harlow Henninger, color bearers, and Werner Wolf, bugler.

Pallbearers were Joseph Billmann, Jacob Landgraf, Tony Manthey, William Mihm, Nick Neils and Aloys Wagner.

Parishioners of Holy Name Church recited the Rosary at the funeral home Wednesday evening with Father Schmitt leading the prayers.


Gaylord M. Metzger - The Sheboygan Press - Saturday - December 22, 1951 - p. 8
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Gaylord M. Metzger, 54, of Glenbeulah, died late Friday morning at the Wood, Wis., Veterans’ Hospital after a lingering illness.

Born Aug. 29, 1897, in the town of Plymouth, he attended school at Glenbeulah and served 18 months in the army during World War I. He was unmarried.

Mr. Metzger was a member of Ludwig-Zinkgraf Post No. 243, American Legion, at Plymouth.

Only immediate survivor is his mother, Mrs. George Metzger. His father preceded him in death July 4, 1950.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth. Legion rites will be held at the grave in the Glenbeulah Cemetery.

The body will lie in state at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. Monday.

The Sheboygan Press – Monday, December 31, 1951 – P. 12

Funeral services for Gaylord Metzger, who passed away at Wood hospital, were conducted at 1 p.m., Wednesday, at the Wittkopp Funeral home, Plymouth. The Rev. T. Parry Jones of Sheboygan officiated and burial was made in the Glenbeulah cemetery.

During the services Miss Doris Dietsch, accompanied by Miss Hildegard Wilson, sang “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” and “Nearer, My God, to Thee”.

The pallbearers, members of the Ladewig-Zinkgraf post No. 243, American Legion, Plymouth, were: George Gessert, Walter Reinhold, August Stoll, Atty. Bernard R. Mooney, Edwin E. Radloff and Charles Lee.

The military rites were in charge of the legion post with Elroy Becher and Gordon Schuler as color guards; John Dees, Wilbur Kalk, Eugene Kretsch, Roman Lumme and Harry Chaplin, members of the firing squad; Arthur Mueller, bugler, and Earl Hasson, post commander.


Anna Payleitner Metzger - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - December 20, 1951 - p. 14
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Mrs. Anna Payleitner Metzger, 85, a resident of the Anna M. Reiss home for the past three years, died Wednesday afternoon at St. Nicholas hospital after a lengthy illness.

Born Feb. 27, 1866, in Austria, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Petersiel, she came to the United States after her marriage to Anthony Payleitner, settling in Sheboygan in 1903.

A year after Mr. Payleitner’s death in 1905 she was married to John Metzger at St. Peter Claver church. He preceded her in death in 1927.

Mrs. Metzger was a faithful member of St. Dominic’s Catholic church and was affiliated with the St. Ann’s Christian Mothers’ society of the parish.

Survivors include six sons, Anthony Payleitner of Milwaukee, John Payleitner of South Bend, Ind., Frank Payleitner of Rhinelander, Louis Payleitner of Cudahy, Ferdinand of Racine and Charles of Burlington; and a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Ann) Heinzen of Sheboygan; 15 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

A grandson, John Payleitner, was killed in action while serving with the army air corps during World War II. A granddaughter, Donna Payleitner, also preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, at Gerend’s Funeral home, followed at 9 a.m. with a requiem high mass at St. Dominic’s church. The Rev. George J. Knackert, pastor, will be the celebrant. Burial will be on the family lot in Calvary cemetery.

The body will lie in state at the funeral home after noon Friday.

Members of St. Ann’s Christian Mothers’ society of St. Dominic’s parish will hold a vigil at the funeral home at 7:30 p.m., Friday. Fr. Knackert will lead the rosary.

The Sheboygan Press – Saturday, December 22, 1951 – P. 8

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Payleitner Metzger, 85, who died Wednesday, were held at 9 a.m., today, at St. Dominic’s church, following brief rites at Gerend’s Funeral home.

The Rev. George J. Knackert, pastor, was the celebrant of the requiem high mass. The children of St. Dominic’s parochial school sang the mass.

Burial was made on the family lot in Calvary cemetery with the Rev. Ignatius Staskunas, curate, officiating at the grave.

Members of St. Ann’s Christian Mothers’ society attended the services in a body and formed a guard of honor at the church entrance. The Rev. Harold C. Petronis knelt in the sanctuary during the mass.

The Christian Mothers’ society held a vigil at the funeral home Friday evening, with Mrs. F. A. Becker and Mrs. Arthur F. Fox leading the rosary.

Active pallbearers, all grandsons of the deceased, were Val, Norman, Al, Paul, Kenneth and Duane Payleitner.

Honorary pallbearers, members of St. Ann’s society, were Mrs. John Hamerla, Mrs. Barbara Leibham, Mrs. John Michels, Mrs. Joseph Scharrer, Mrs. Philip Stalter and Mrs. Anna Trester.


Catherine McMullen - The Sheboygan Press – Tuesday - November 9, 1926 - P. 15
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Last Rites are Held Monday at Mitchell Home

Mitchell – Funeral rites were held Monday morning for the late Mrs. Catherine McMullen, 75, who died Friday afternoon at her home. She had been an invalid for about three years, but was not thought to be in a critical condition until the last week. The services were held from the home and a requiem mass was read at St. Michael’s church. The funeral cortege proceded to Plymouth where interment took place in the Catholic cemetery beside the remains of her husband, the late Alexander McMullen and a son.

Mr. McMullen is survived by three daughters: Mrs. L. Heffling, of New London, Mrs. L. B. Gill, of Mitchell, and Miss Etta, at home; Four sons, Alex, of Milwaukee, Mike, of Milwaukee, Paul, of Mitchell and Chester at home, also survive.


Ida Mennenoh - The Sheboygan Press – Tuesday - June 1, 1943 - P. 6
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Miss Mennenoh is Buried Saturday from Reiss Home

The funeral of Miss Ida Mennenoh, age 88, who passed awy on Thursday afternoon at the Anna M. Reiss Home, was held there at two o’clock on Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Edward Schmidt of St. Paul’s Lutheran church officiated, and burial was in the Wildwood cemetery.

Two selections were sung by a women’s trio comprised of Mesdames Ray Heermann, William Siebert and Martin Bangert. They sand, “All Men Living Are But Mortal” and “To Thee, Lord Jesus, Thanks We Give.


Katherine Mack - The Sheboygan Press - Saturday - September 17, 1955
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Miss Katherine Mack, 79, of 221 Plymouth St. Plymouth, died at the Enders Nursing Home in Glenbeulah at 2:30 p.m. Friday after an illness of several months duration.

She was born September 12, 1876, in the town of Greenbush, the daughter of the late John and Margaret Lee Mack. She resided in the towns of Greenbush and Mitchell, in Cascade, and for the past 30 years made her home in Plymouth.

She was a member of the Christian Mothers, and Altar Society of St. John the Baptist Church.

She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Nellie Rhoddy of Regina, Sask.,Canada and nieces and nephews. Two sisters and a brother preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 9 a.m. at the Gentine Funeral Home and at 9:30 o’clock at St. John the Baptist Church at Plymouth. Burial will be in St. Mary’s cemetery at Cascade. The Rev. A. J. July will officiate.

Members of the Christian Mothers and Altar Society will hold a vigil at the funeral home at 8 o’clock Sunday evening. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 p.m. Sunday until the time of the services.


Fredrick Miller / Mueller - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - May 31, 1911
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Death Of A Pioneer

Fredrick Miller aged 73, and an old resident of the town of Wilson, died at 7:30 Monday evening of general debility.

Mr. Miller was born in Germany, January 28th, 1838 and migrated to this country in 1854 and had resided in the town of Wilson for many years.

He is survived by four daughters and one son, Mrs. E. Moenning, Mrs. Charles Bogen, Mrs. Louis Hessler, of this city and Miss Miller and Albert Miller residing in the town of Wilson. The decedent is also survived by twelve grand children. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 from his late home, the Rev. Esch officiating and interment will be in Fladers Rest in the town of Wilson.


Louise Meyer - Sheboygan County News - Wednesday - June 12, 1918 - p. 1
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Meyer: - Mrs. Herman A. {Louise} Meyer, a pioneer resident of the town of Wilson, died on Sunday morning, June 9, after an illness of ten days with pneumonia, aged 66 years. Her first husband, Gottfried Flader, died Mch. 24, 1882 and on Sept. 24, 1882 she was married to Mr. Meyer, who survives her together with six sons and four daughters.


Dorothea Moenning - Sheboygan County News - Wednesday - September 4, 1912 - p. 1
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Moenning: - Mrs. Dorothea Moenning, a well known old resident of the town of Wilson, died Tuesday evening, Aug. 27, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Winkler, 1642 S. Thirteenth street, aged 76 years. For the past four years she had been blind. The deceased is survived by two daughters and two sons as follows: Mrs. Edward Winkler, Mrs. Ernst Schlieder and William Moenning of Sheboygan and Herman of the town of Wilson. The funeral took place Friday morning, the Rev. Joseph Oesch officiating. Interment in Fladers Hill cemetery, in the town of Wilson.


John Moenning - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - January 14, 1918 - p. 6
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John Moenning, 83, died at 1:00 a.m. Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edward Winkler, 1642 S. Thirteenth street. The ...cial will be held at 12 noon, Wednesday from the Bethlehem Lutheran church, Rev. William Wambganss, pastor of the church, officiating. Interment will be made in Flader's Rest cemetery, Town Wilson.

Mr. Moenning, a well known resident of the city and county, was born June 14, 1834 in Germany. In 1852 he came to America, settling in Albany, N.Y. where he lived … year, then coming to Sheboygan county, he operatted a farm in Town Wilson until he retired 8 years ago. Since then he had resided with his daughter in this city. Mr. Moenning had been blind for the last 19 years.

The survivors are four children, Mrs. Edward Winkler and Mrs. Ernest Schlieder, both of Sheboygan; Herman Moenning of Town Wilson, and W.F. Moenning, West Bend; 14 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren and 2 brothers. Mrs. Moenning died 5 years ago.


Minnie Moenning - The Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - January 6, 1915 - p. 5
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Mrs. Minnie Moenning Died Tuesday

Mrs. Minnie Moenning, wife of Theodore Moenning, town of Wilson, died last night at the family residence. She was 67 years old, and had lived in Sheboygan county for many years. She is survived by her husband, four sons and two daughters.

The funeral will be held at 12:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the residence and later at the Lutheran church in the town of Wilson, Rev. Mr. Oesch, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will be made in the Miller cemetery.


Garret W. Meerdink - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - November 30, 1950 – p. 22
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Funeral services for Garret W. Meerdink, who passed away last Wednesday at Memorial hospital following a long illness, were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Nick Vander Ploeg home and at 1:30 p.m. at the Christian Reformed church in Oostburg. The Rev. Richard Rienstra officiated and burial was made in Union cemetery.

Pallbearers were nephews of the deceased: Harry, Harley and Harold Huibregtse, Harry, Irwin and Harley Meerdink.

At the church service a mixed quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wynveen, Mrs. Calvin Verhulst and Roland Navis sang “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and “Come, Ye Disconsolate”.

There were relatives and friends present from Plymouth, Sheboygan Falls, Gibbsville and Cedar Grove.


Bertha Mayer - The Sheboygan Press - Saturday - September 2, 1950 – p. 6
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Mrs. Bertha Mayer, widow of Louis Mayer, 518 Huron avenue, passed away Friday afternoon at Sheboygan Memorial hospital.

Born in this city February 16, 1872, the daughter of Herman and Bertha Twig, she was married to Louis Mayer May 25, 1889. The couple always lived in this city. Her husband preceded her in death June 14, 1935, and her son, Alfred, passed away September 20, 1940. Three children died in infancy.

Survivors are a grandson, Alfred Mayer of Oshkosh, a great-granddaughter, Barbara Mayer, of Oshkosh and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Susan Mayer of Milwaukee.

Funeral services will be held at the Ramm Funeral home at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Karl Schulz will officiate and interment will be made in Wildwood cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from Sunday evening until the time of the services.

The Sheboygan Press – Wednesday - September 6, 1950 – p. 16

Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Mayer, widow of Louis Mayer, 518 Huron avenue, who passed away Friday afternoon at Memorial hospital, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Ramm Funeral home. The Rev. Karl Schulz officiated, and burial was made in Wildwood cemetery.

Pallbearers were Robert Molitor, Elmer Thielecke, Harvey Rakow, Fred Bulkow, Anton DeGroot, and E. F. Ramm.

During the services at the funeral home Mrs. Arno Krueger and Mrs. J. Arthur Koss sang, “For Me To Live Is Jesus,” and “Asleep in Jesus”.

Among the floral tributes were those from the Fessler Drug, Barney Fessler’s Grocery, and Gruhle, Fessler & Wilkus, attorneys. Those who attended the services from out of town were Mrs. Susan Mayer, of Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mayer and daughter, Barbara, Oshkosh.


Henry C. Mueller - The Sheboygan Press - Saturday - September 16, 1950 - p. 10
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Henry C. Mueller, 67, died early Friday afternoon at his home, 1424 Ontario avenue, after an illness of eight months.

Born December 25, 1882, at Rheinwald, Germany, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Mueller, he was confirmed in 1898 and moved to South America in 1903. In 1911, near Buenos Aires, he was married to Amalia Eckert.

In 1913 the couple came to the United States, settling at Wausau for six months before coming to Sheboygan.

For 20 years Mr. Mueller was employed as an enameler at the Kohler company and, since 1948, had been an employee of the Sheboygan Greenhouses, Inc.

He was a member of the Ebenezer Lutheran church and was affiliated with the Ebenezer Sick Benefit society.

Survivors are his wife, two sons, Henry and Alex, and two daughters, Mrs. Charles (Seraphina) Mikalowsky and Mrs. Hugo (Emma) Metzner, all of Sheboygan, seven grandchildren; a brother, Casper, of Plymouth, and two sisters, Mrs. Carl Felder and Mrs. John Steimke, both of Chicago.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ebenezer Lutheran church with the Rev. Erich Keller, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Lutheran cemetery.

The body will lie in state at the Ballhorn Funeral chapels from 7 o’clock this evening until 11 a.m. Monday - and at the church from Monday noon until the time of the services.

The Sheboygan Press – Tuesday - September 19, 1950 - p. 8

Funeral services for Henry C. Mueller, 67, who died Friday morning at his home, 1424 Ontario avenue, were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Ebenezer Lutheran church with the Rev. Erich Keller officiating. Burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery.

Pallbearers were Henry Richter, John Yurk, Gottlieb Niesing, Gottlieb Ibe, Carl Neuwirth and David Mueller.

Floral tributes were received from the Ebenzer Lutheran Sick Benefit society; employment, medical and safety departments of the Kohler company, and Sheboygan Greenhouses, Inc.


Josephine Maertz - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - September 18, 1950 - p. 14
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Mrs. Josephine Maertz, 35, wife of Alfred Maertz of 1512 Union avenue, died Saturday afternoon at St. Nicholas hospital following an illness of a year and a half.

Born on May 28, 1915, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simolke of Rozeville, Wis., she came to Sheboygan as a girl and attended schools here. On September 10, 1938, she married Alfred Maertz, with the Rev. Ed Schmidt solemnizing the rites at St. Paul’s Lutheran church. Mrs. Maertz was a member of the church.

Surviving are her husband; two sons, Darryl and Randall; her mother, Mrs. Wiley Ladenberger of Sheboygan; three sisters, Mrs. Albert Brandt of Marshfield, Mrs. Nicholas Hamus of Sheboygan and Mrs. Herbert Koeppen of Sheboygan; and three brothers, George, Andrew and August Simolke. Her father preceded her in death eight years ago.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ballhorn Funeral home with the Rev. Victor Mennicke, pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran church, officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in the Lutheran cemetery.

The Sheboygan Press – Wednesday - September 20, 1950 - p. 16

Funeral services for Mrs. Alfred Maertz, 34, of 1512 Union avenue, who died Saturday - were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Ballhorn Funeral chapels.

The Rev. Victor Mennicke, pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran church, officiated. Burial was made in Lutheran cemetery.

Pallbearers were Daniel Elwing, John Dietz, Erwin Gross, Sherman Holmes, John Dietz and Ralph Maertz.

Among the floral pieces which banked the casket while the body lay in state were tributes from The Club, General Drivers Local No. 56, AFL, and the Knitting club.


Louis Mannos - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - September 19, 1950 - p. 8
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Louis Mannos, 1206A Indiana avenue, passed away at St. Nicholas hospital Monday evening.

Born in Janana, Greece, April 3, 1891, he came to this country with his twin brother in 1912.

He is survived by his twin brother, Jim, with whom he made his home.

Funeral services will be held at the Ramm Funeral home at 3 p.m. Wednesday with burial in Wildwood cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7:30 p.m. this evening until the time of the services.

The Sheboygan Press – Thursday - September 21, 1950 - p. 20

Funeral services for Louis Mannos, 1206A Indiana avenue, who passed away at St. Nicholas hospital Monday evening, were held at the St. Spiridon Creek Orthodox church at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Demetrios Lollakas officiated, and burial was made in Wildwood cemetery.

Pallbearers were John Harrison, Dan and Nick Christus, Anton Zambrakas, George Revezoulis, and Louis Anastopolos.

Among the floral tributes were those from Selko’s Bar and friends, boys from the Pool tavern, and finishing department at Phoenix Chair Co.


Daniel Patrick McElroy - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - September 21, 1950 - p. 20
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Daniel McElroy, 90, a life-long resident of Sheboygan county, passed away at 3 p.m., Wednesday - at a Sheboygan convalescent home. He had been in ill health for the past few years.

Mr. McElroy was born in Adell on April 27, 1860. He lived in that village until recently when he moved to the home here. He was married to Louisa Pfeiffer at Adell and she preceded him in death 30 years ago.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Racsek of Milwaukee; one son, Charles, of Adell; three grandchildren; one brother, William, of Eau Claire; and one sister, Margaret, of Milwaukee.

Funeral services will be held at Adell Saturday morning. Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been completed, and will be announced in tomorrow’s Sheboygan Press.

Sheboygan Press – Friday - September 22, 1950 - p. 6

Funeral services for Daniel McElroy, 90, who passed away Wednesday - will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary’s church at Random Lake.

The body will lie in state at the Zuengler Funeral home at Adell until the time of services.

Sheboygan Press – Tuesday - September 26, 1950 - p. 16

Funeral services for Daniel Patrick McElroy, 90, life-long resident of Sheboygan county who passed away Wednesday at Sheboygan, were held at 8:30 a.m., Saturday - at the Zuengler Funeral home, Adell, and at 9 a.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic church, Random Lake. The Rev. Father Thomas officiated at the requiem high mass and burial was made in the church cemetery.

Pallbearers were Francis Long, Frank and John Kretchmeier, Lee Bloemers, Eugene Kappel and John Scanlon.

Among those attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Racsek and son, Mrs. Delmuth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilaery and Margaret McElroy, all of Milwaukee.


Charles {Carl} Mally - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - September 22, 1950 - p. 6
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Carl Mally, 81, a former Sheboygan resident, died at his home, 954 N. Eleventh street, Milwaukee, Saturday afternoon.

A native of the province of Pilsen, Bohemia, Mr. Mally was born January 27, 1869, the son of Franz and Anna Mally. He attended public school there and came to this county in 1894, settling in Sheboygan.

He was married to Wilhelmina Simonsmeyer February 17, 1896, in the town of Herman and for a number of years thereafter was employed at the Sheboygan Fiber Chair company.

In 1915 he moved to Milwaukee where he worked for the Mennicke company and Paul’s Baby Toyland.

He leaves one grandchild, Mrs. Rudolph Boettger of Milwaukee, and one great-grandchild. His wife preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Robert H. Kroos Funeral home here, the Rev. E. R. Wessler officiating, and burial will be in the family lot at Wildwood cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from Saturday morning until time of services.

Sheboygan Press – Monday - September 25, 1950 - p. 13

Mrs.{sic} Charles Mally
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Funeral services for Mrs. Charles Mally, 81, of 954 N. Eleventh street, Milwaukee, who passed away Monday - were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Robert H. Kroos Funeral home. The Rev. E. H. Wessler, pastor of Zion Reformed church, officiated and burial was made in the family lot at Wildwood cemetery.

During the services Miss Hattie Rodewald played “Abide With Me” and “Asleep in the Arms of Jesus”.

The pallbearers were: George Vogl, Leonard Burns, Robert Fredericks, Roland Meyer, John Hermann and George Schoenenberger.

Mrs. Rudolph Boettger and son of Milwaukee were among those attending the services.

Sheboygan Press – Tuesday - September 26, 1950 - p. 16

Charles Mally


Funeral services for Charles Mally, 81, of 954 N. Eleventh street, Milwaukee, who passed away Monday - were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Robert H. Kroos Funeral home. The Rev. E. H. Wessler, pastor of Zion Reformed church, officiated and burial was made in the family lot at Wildwood cemetery.

During the services Miss Hattie Rodewald played “Abide With Me” and “Asleep in the Arms of Jesus”.

The pallbearers were: George Vogl, Leonard Burns, Robert Fredericks, Roland Meyer, John Hermann and George Schoenenberger.

Mrs. Rudolph Boettger and son of Milwaukee were among those attending the services.


William H. Marold - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - September 26, 1950 - p. 16
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William Marold, 73, of 1518 Martin avenue, passed away suddenly this noon at Memorial hospital. The body was taken to the Ballhorn Funeral chapels and full details will appear in Wednesday’s Press.

Sheboygan Press – Wednesday - September 27, 1950 - p. 16

William H. Marold, 73, of 1518 Martin avenue, passed away suddenly at noon Tuesday at the Memorial hospital.

Mr. Marold was born July 11, 1877, in the town of Sheboygan, and he attended the public schools there. On April 14, 1900, he was married to Augusta Buesing and she preceded him in death on April 28, 1950, just two weeks after they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

Deceased served as alderman of the seventh ward from 1931 to 1943. In 1941 he started a saw-filing service and still operated that business at the time of his death. He was a member of the Ebenezer Evangelical and Reformed church and also a member of the Eagles Lodge.

Survivors are a son Otto; two brothers, August and Otto of Sheboygan; and one sister, Mrs. Henry (Ida) Zabel; two grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Ballhorn Funeral chapels with the Rev. E. C. Jaberg officiating, and interment will be made in the Lutheran cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral chapels from this evening until the time of the services.


Herman O. Meyer - The Sheboygan Press - Friday - September 29, 1950 - p. 6
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Funeral services for Herman O. Meyer, 59, of 823 Ontario Avenue, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ballhorn Funeral chapels. The Rev. E. H. Wessler will officiate and burial will be made in Wildwood cemetery.

He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Edith) Koelpin of Sheboygan and Miss Marion Meyer of Bagdad, Iraq; two grandchildren; six brothers, August, Louis, Fred, Henry and William of Rhine Center and Anton of Franklin; and a sister, Mrs. Arvin Arndt, Milwaukee.


Mathilda S. Miller - The Manitowoc Herald Times - Thursday - September 25, 1969 - P. 10-T
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Mrs. Amos Miller, 73, of 1226A Reed St., Plymouth, died Thursday morning at Memorial Hospital, Sheboygan.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bethel United Church of Christ, Town of Herman. The Reverend Armin Roemer will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery.

Mrs. Miller, nee Mathilda Neuhaus, was born April 1, 1896, in the Town of Newton, daughter of the late Gerhardt and Lucy Ortmeier Neuhaus. She was married to Amos Miller Aug. 12, 1915, at Curtiss, Wis., and after their marriage, they lived in the Colby area.

In 1926 they moved to Cleveland and in 1934, Mr. and Mrs. Miller located at Rhine Center, where Mr. Miller operated a garage, implement and livestock business. Mrs. Miller was a member of the Homefolks Club and the Jolly Time Club of Sheboygan and a former member of the Ladies Aid Society of the church.

Mr. and Mrs. Miller observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1965.

Survivors include her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Lee (Elda) Laabs, of Glenbeulah, Mrs. Harold (Verna) Hueppchen, of Rt. 1, Waldo, and Mrs. Orville (Arlene) Boeldt, of Plymouth; four sons, Harold of New Holstein, William and Arnold of Plymouth and Melvin of McLean, VA; two sisters, Mrs. Edwin Strade and Mrs. Walter Baumgartner, of Colby; four brothers, Paul, of Hot Springs, Ark., Richard of Lake Geneva, Herbert of Abbotsford and Otto, of Cleveland; 27 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

Friends may call at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel, after 3 p.m. Friday until 11 a.m. Saturday and at the church from noon.


Alvina M. Miller - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday - March 7, 1963
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Mrs. Alvina Miller, 68, a former resident of Newton, died of a lingering illness at Abbotsford, Wis., Wednesday afternoon.

The former Alvina Neuhaus, she was born at Newton Dec. 25, 1894, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Neuhaus. She attended elementary school at Newton until her family moved to Curtiss, Wis., in 1908.

She was married to Charles Miller in Curtiss April 7, 1915. The couple farmed in the area until Mr. Miller's death in 1943. Mrs. Miller had been living with a daughter at Abbotsford since.

Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Merlin (Florence) Schuette of Abbotsford and Mrs. Willard (Alice) Becherer of Colby; 13 grandchildren; five brothers, William of Colby, Otto of Cleveland, Richard of Genoa City, Paul of Chicago, and Herbert of Abbotsford; and three sisters, Mr. Amos Miller of Elkhart Lake, Mrs. Edwin Strade of Abbotsford and Mrs. Walter Baumgartner of Colby.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon a the United Church of Christ in Colby. Burial will be in the Colby Cemetery.


Donald R. Millert - Sheboygan Press - Sunday - July 16, 2006 - p. A4
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Millert, Donald R., 77, of Longmont, Colorado died Thursday, July 13, 2006 at Sunset Manor in Brush, Colorado.

He was born May 16, 1929 in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin to Arthur and Laura (Fenner) Millert, attended Plymouth High School and married Kay Koehnen Feb. 27, 1954 in Milwaukee.

He was an aerospace engineer and worked on the Gemini and Apollo space missions. Mr. Millert also did environmental engineering which took him and his family to Colorado in 1974 and he later moved to Tucson and retired from Hughes Aircraft.

Mr. Millert was preceded in death by his wife in September 2002.

He is survived by his son ... and daughter-in-law ...; a sister, ... of Sheboygan; two granddaughters, ... and numerous nephews and nieces.

Private family services will be held. Memorial contributions may be made to the local Alzeheimer's Association in Mr. Millert's name. Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to leave condolences for the family.


Eleanor Elisa Meinke - Sheboygan Press - Monday - December 24, 2007 - p. A4
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Eleanor Elisa Meinke, age 90, of Adrian, passed away Saturday, December 22, 2007, at Lynwood Manor.

She was born August 22, 1917, in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to Hugo and Elisa (Janko) Gartman.

On April 16, 1946, She married George Meinke in Adrian and he survives.

Eleanor was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church.

She enjoyed time with her grandchildren, family dinners, and knitting.

In addition to her husband, George, she is survived by three sons, ... and his wife, ..., ..., and ... and his wife, ...; a sister, ..., of Sheboygan, Wisconsin; a brother-in-law, ... and his wife, ..., of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and four grandchildren, ....

She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Hugo and Robert Gartman; and three grandchildren, Steven, Jennifer and Gregory Meinke.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, December 27, 2007, at 1:30 P.M. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Adrian, MI with Pastor Joel Sarrault officiating. Burial will be in Lenawee Hills Memorial Park, Adrian. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, December 26, 2007, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., at the Anderson Funeral Home, Adrian, MI.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer Association.


Mabel A. Moenning - Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - April 12, 2005 - p. A4
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Mabel A. Moenning, age 89, a resident at Beach Health Care Center of the Sheboygan Senior Community, died there on Sunday, April 10, 2005.

Born May 2, 1915 in the Town of Wilson, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Emma (Jankow) Herbst and attended local schools.

On May 9, 1936 she and Elmer Moenning were united in marriage. Elmer preceded her in death on Nov. 6, 2003. Mabel took great pride in her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mabel was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church.

Survivors include her two sons and daughters-in-law, ..., all of Sheboygan; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, ..., all of Sheboygan; and a sister, ... of Sheboygan. Mabel was preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters.

A funeral service for Mabel will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 12 (Today) at the Novak-Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Steele, associate pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, officiating. Entombment will be in Garden Terrace Mausoleum.

Family and friends may call at the funeral home, 1535 S. 12th St., on Tuesday evening from 6 p.m. until time of service at 7 p.m.

Mabel's family would like to extend a sincere and grateful thank you to the staff of Beach Health Care Center for the care and compassion shown her.


Patrick McTaggert - Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - May 28, 1912 - p.1
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Patrick McTaggart, aged 85 years, a well known resident of this city, passed away last evening at 6:30 at St. Nicholas hospital, death due to general debility. He has made his home at the hospital for a number of years. He was born in County Autrim (sic), Ireland, March 12, 1827 and came to this country when 18 years old, locating in New York. He was married to Miss Jane Mooney, Batavia, N.Y., July 3, 1855. They came to Wisconsin in 1861 locating in Glenbeulah. His wife died ten years ago.

Four children survive: Mrs. Mary J. Nash, Oshkosh; James McTaggart, Duluth; Mrs. Geo. Wagner, Minnesota; Mrs. Oliver Meleher, Oshkosh .

The funeral will be held in Plymouth tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, the Rev. Meyer officiating. Friends from here will leave on the 9 o'clock interurban.

Sheboygan County News - May 29, 1912 - p.1

McTaggart:- Patrick McTaggart, an old resident of Sheboygan county, died Monday evening, May 27, at St. Nicholas hospital where he has made his home for several years. The deceased who was 85 years old, was born in County Antrim, Ireland, Mch. 12, 1827 and when eighteen years old came to America and settled at Batavia, N.Y. On July 3, 1855 he was united in marriage to Miss Jane Mooney at Batavia and in 1861 they came to Wisconsin and engaged in farming in the town of Greenbush, this county, where Mrs. McTaggart died about ten years ago. Four children survive as follows: James McTaggart of Duluth, Minn.; Mrs. Mary J. Nash of Oshkosh; Mrs. George Wagner of Minneapolis, Minn.; and Mrs. Oliver Melscher of Oshkosh. The remains were taken to Plymouth this morning for interment, the Rev. E.J. Meyer of St. John's Catholic church in that city officiating.


Theodore Moenning - Sheboygan Press - Monday - November 21, 1932 - p.2
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Theodore Moenning Dies On Saturday At Home Of Son

Sheboygan Falls – Theodore Moenning, age 85 years, passed away at thhe home of his son, Otto, at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday and his remains were taken to the A.E. Rauschert Funeral Home where services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday and at 1:30 p.m. at the St. Paul Lutheran church. The Rev. J. Biehusen will officiate. Interment will take place in the Miller cemetery in the town of Wilson.

Mr. Moenning was born in Germany and at the age of five years he came to America with his parents, settling in the town of Wilson where he made his home until he was fifteen years of age.

Those who survive him are his three sons, Albert Moenning of Mellin; August Moenning of Sheboygan, and Otto of Sheboygan Falls; Mrs. Alma Fischer of Elkhart Lake, Mrs. Fred Schneider of Sheboygan; twenty-five grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren. Mrs. Moenning and three children preceded him in death.


Arthur E. Messner - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - March 10, 1965 - p.12
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Arthur E. Messner, 83, 1426 Maryland Ave., a retired Sheboygan County Courthouse custodian, died Thursday evening after a long illness.

Born in Sheboygan Dec. 2, 1881, a son of the late John and Augusta Messner, he attended the Lutheran school and was confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He was a lifelong member of Immanuel Lutheran Church.

He was married to Olga Schneiderwind in 1909. She died Feb. 20, 1920. On Sept. 23, 1922, he was married to Mrs. Norma Federwisch Fiedler.

Mr. Messner served as an engineer on local fish tugs until 1932 and later worked at the American Chair Co. and Armour Leather Co. Prior to his retirement in 1954 he was custodian at the Sheboygan County Courthouse.

Survivors are his wife; four sons, ...; one daughter, ... of Sheboygan; 11 grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. John Paulson of Sheboygan and Mrs. Hattie Poppenhagen of Sheboygan Falls.

A daughter, Margaret, died in 1913.

Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels with the Rev. Herbert Stoelter, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church officiating, and interment will be on the family lot in Wildwood cemetery.

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

A memorial has been established in his name for the Immanuel Lutheran Church 75th anniversary fund.


Arthur E. Millert - Sheboygan Press - Thursday - April 25, 1991 - p.7
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Arthur E. Millert, 90, formerly of W 31132 Woodland Road, Sheboygan Falls, passed away at Rocky Knoll Health Care Facility, late Tuesday evening, April 23, 1991, where he had been a resident the past three weeks.

He was born on April 24, 1900, in Sheboygan Falls, a son of the late Herman and Ida Schroeder Millert. He attended Sheboygan Falls area grade schools.

On May 12, 1923, he married Laura Fenner. The couple had lived and farmed on the family homestead, in Sheboygan Falls, all their lives before they retired in 1970. His wife preceded him in death on May 10, 1988.

He was a member of the Farm Bureau. He also belonged to St. Luke's American Lutheran Church, in Sheboygan Falls.

Survivors include one daughter, ..., New Holstein; one son, Donald (Kay) Millert, of Tucson, Ariz.; five grandchildren, ...; and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one brother and three sisters.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday morning, April 27, at 11:30 a.m., at St. Luke's American Lutheran Church, in Sheboygan Falls. The Rev. Paula Ramcke-Wilke, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Sheboygan Falls Cemetery.

Friends may call at the church from 9 a.m., on Saturday, until the time of services. There will be no visitation at the funeral home.

A memorial is being established in the name of Mr. Millert.

The Wittkopp Funeral Home, in Plymouth, is serving the family.


Laura Millert - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - May 11, 1988 - p.13
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Mrs. Laura Millert, age 84, of the Town of Sheboygan Falls, passed away unexpectedly at her home, Tuesday morning.

She was born December 17, 1903, in the Town of Sheboygan Falls, a daughter of the late Otto and Mary Edler Fenner. She attended Maple Grove district school, in the Town of Plymouth.

On May 12, 1923, she was married to Arthur Millert, in the Town of Rhine, at the Zoar Church. The couple lived and farmed in the Town of Sheboygan Falls, since their marriage.

She had been employed at Memorial Hospital in Sheboygan.

She is a member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, in the Town of Sheboygan Falls and is a member of the Ladies Aid in the church.

Survivors include her husband; one daughter, ..., of New Holstein; one son, Donald (Kaye) Millert, of Tucson, Ariz.; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one brother, Earl Gosse, of Sheboygan and one sister, Mrs. Clara Bassuener, of Marengo, Illinois.

She was preceded in death by two brothers [Anton] and one sister.

Funeral services will be held Friday, 2 p.m., at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in the Town of Sheboygan Falls. The Rev. Roger Tellock, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Sheboygan Falls cemetery.

Friends may call at the church from 9 a.m. Friday, until the time of services.

The Wittkopp Funeral Service, in Plymouth is serving the family.

A memorial fund is being established in her name for St. Luke's Lutheran Church.


Marlene M. Meinnert - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - April 2, 1997 - p.A2
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Marlene M, Meinnert, 60, of 15916 Lenz Court, School Hill, died at her home, Tuesday, April 1, 1997, after a courageous battle with cancer.

The former Marlene M. Fenner was born Aug. 9, 1936 in the Town of Sheboygan Falls, a daughter of the late Adolph and Adeline Schlichting Fenner. She attended Starlite School in Mohrsville and was a 1954 graduate of Sheboygan Falls High School.

Harold Meinnert and Marlene Fenner were united in marriage on May 26, 1956 at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Mohrsville. Marlene had been employed at Henning's Cheese in Kiel, retiring shortly before her illness.

She was a member of Bethel United Church of Christ in Ada. Marlene was an avid collector of Salt and Pepper Shakers for over 20 years, and also enjoyed flower and vegetable gardening. Feeding and watching wild birds was another favorite pastime.

Surviving Marlene are her husband, Harold; three sons, ...; three grandchildren, ...; her father, Adolph Fenner; a sister, ..., both of Town Sheboygan Falls; two brothers, .... She was preceded in death by two sisters, Carol and Anita Fenner and her mother, Adeline Schlichting Fenner.

A funeral service will be conducted Friday, April 4, at 11 a.m. at Bethel United Church of Christ, Ada, with visitation starting at 3 p.m., on Thursday, at the Zimmer Funeral Home, 117 N. Wisconsin Drive, Howards Grove. Visitation will continue on Friday, at Bethel U.C.C. church from 9 a.m. until the time of services. Interment will be in the church cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in the name of Marlene M. Meinnert.


John Markus - Sheboygan Press - Thursday - June 11, 1970 - p.4
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John Markus, 65, of 835 Humboldt Ave., died Wednesday evening at St. Nicholas Hospital following a short illness.

He was born in the Town of Greenbush, Oct. 12, 1904, a son of the late Garret and Jeannette Markus, and attended school in the Town of Wilson.

On April 26, 1930, he married Miss Hildegarde Moenning in Waukegan, Ill.

Mr. Markus had been employed at the Richardson Brothers Co., Sheboygan Falls, for over 40 years until his retirement in 1966.

Survivors are his wife; one son, Ronald, Kewaskum; three brothers, Cornelius and Garrett, Sheboygan, and Christ, R. 2, Sheboygan Falls; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Rooker, Ravenden, Ark., Mrs. Edward Kaat, Sheboygan, Mrs. Ann Zwart, Baldwin Park, Calif., Mrs. Walter Sandman, Grant's Pass, Ore., Mrs. Tracy Pearce, Barrie Springs, Mich., and two grandchildren.

A sister preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Ramm-Ziegler Funeral Home, with the Rev. Dr. T. Parry Jones, pastor emeritus of St. Luke United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 p.m. Friday until time of services Saturday.


Gerald L. Mooney - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - May 15, 1984 - p.4 - c.4
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Gerald L. Mooney, 53, formerly of Glenbeulah, died Monday afternoon at Rocky Knoll Health Care Facility, where he had been a patient for one and a half years.

He was born Aug. 30, 1930, in Plymouth, a son of Rita Grimes Mooney Schmitz and the late James Mooney. He attended school in Glenbeulah, graduated from Glenbeulah High School in 1948, and attended Milwaukee Business College.

Mr. Mooney served in the U.S. Air Force from December 1950 to December 1954.

On Aug. 6, 1955, he married Carol Barta in Glenbeulah. The couple lived in Milwaukee and Glenbeulah.

He was employed with the U.S. Postal Service, Kohler Co., and for 23 years at Knowles Manufacturing Co., Glenbeulah, retiring due to ill health in 1981.

Mr. Mooney was a member of St. Fridolin Catholic Church, Glenbeulah, its Holy Name Society, of Walter Gillis American Legion Post No. 484, Glenbeulah, and was a Glenbeulah firefighter for many years.

Survivors include two sons, three daughters, a grandson, his mother, a sister and two brothers {names omitted for privacy}

A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Fridolin Catholic Church. The Rev. James Cera, pastor, will be celebrant of the Mass, which will be preceded by family rites at 9:30 a.m. at the Wittkopp Funeral Home, Plymouth. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 p.m. Wednesday until the time of services Thursday. A parish vigil will be held there at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Graveside military rites will be conducted by the Glenbeulah American Legion Post.


Lena Mallmann - Sheboygan County News - Wednesday - March 1, 1922 - p.1
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Mallmann: - Mrs. Henry Mallmann, aged 47 years, died on Saturday morning, Feb. 25, at her home in the town of Wilson, of erysipelas. The survivors are the husband and five children, Mrs. William Verhulst, Racine; the Misses Lily, Norma and Nora and Silas, at home. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the late residence. Rev. Mr. Miller officiated and interment was made in Wildwood cemetery.

Sheboygan Press-Telegram - Saturday - February 25, 1922 - p.1

Mrs. H. Mallmann, Respected Matron, Dies In Wilson


Mrs. Lena Mallmann, aged 47 years, passed away at 3 o'clock this morning at the family residence in the town of Wilson, from erysipelas.

Mrs. Mallmann was born in Milwaukee, March 29, 1875, and was married to Henry Mallmann on November 24, 1894.

The survivors are the husband and five children, Mrs. William Verhulst, Racine; the Misses Lily, Norma and Nora and Silas at home. A daughter, Esther, died at the age of 3 years. Three brothers, Henry Gartmann, Wilson; Fred Gartmann, Hingham, and Fred Gartmann, Sheboygan, and five sisters, Mrs. Fred Gartmann, and Mrs. Olga Zimmermann, of the town of Wilson; Mrs. Andrew Koch, Sheboygan; Mrs. Henry Paarsche, Sawyer, and Mrs. Gustie Werner, of Adriance, Mich., also survive.

Funeral service will be conducted Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the late residence, Rev. Mr. Miller will officiate and interment will be made in Wildwood cemetery, this city.

Funeral - Sheboygan Press-Telegram - Tuesday - February 28, 1922 - p.4

Funeral Service For Mrs. Mallmann Held At Wilson


Funeral services for the late Mrs. Lena Mallman, wife of Henry Mallmann, who died Saturday morning, were conducted at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon from the family residence in the town of Wilson. Rev. Mr. Meier, of the Lutheran church in Wilson officiated and the remains were interred in Wildwood cemetery, this city.

Mrs. Mallmann was born in the town of Wilson, May 28, 1875, and was married to Henry Mallmann on November 24, 1894. She was forty-seven years of age at the time of her death.

The survivors are the grieved husband and five children, Mrs. William Verhulst, Racine; the Misses Lily, Norma and Mora and Silas, at home. A daughter, Esther, died at the age of 3 years. There are also three brothers, Henry Gartmann, Wilson; Fred Gartmann, Hingham, and William Gartmann, Sheboygan; and five sisters, Mrs. Fred Gartmann, and Mrs. August Zimmerman, of the town of Wilson; Mrs. Andrew Koch, Sheboygan; Mrs. Henry Paarsche, Sawyer and Mrs. Gustie Werner, of Adriance, Mich., who survive.


Louise Manz - No Newspaper Listed - Saturday - March 23, 1940
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Mrs. Louise Manz Dies On Saturday

Mrs. Louise Manz, 71 died Saturday morning at 5:30 o'clock at her home in the town of Plymouth. She was the widow of the late Philip Manz, who passed away on March 3.

Mrs. Manz was born March 16, 1869, in the town of Rhine, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brieske. She was married to Philip Manz on Oct. 8, 1889, in the town of Rhine. For the past 13 years the couple have lived on the present farm home, southwest of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Manz were priveleged to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary last October.

She is survived by the following children, Mrs. Walter Streiber, town of Rhine; Arno of Howards Grove, Rueben and Arlan at home, Gilbert of this city. Mrs. Jake (Carola) Minch of the town of Plymouth and Harold of San Diego, Cal.; 15 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers, Henry of the town of Rhine and Helwig of Adell; and three sisters, Mrs. Otto Nehlson, Mrs. H.H. Chapp and Alma of Chicago.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the Wittkopp Funeral Home. The Rev. Herman G. Schmid will officiate and burial will be made in the Woodlawn cemetery.

The body will lie in state at the funeral home this afternoon and evening and up to the time of the services on Tuesday.


Susanna Melcher - Oshkosh Northwestern {Outagamie County} - Tuesday - February 6, 1962 - p.4
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Mrs. Melcher, 96, Dies At Marian Home

Mrs. Susanna Melcher, 96, died Monday at 8:45 p.m. at Marian Home, where she had been a resident the past five years.

She was born in Sheboygan County on Oct. 28, 1865, daughter of Patrick and Jane Taggert (Note – Known as McTaggart in Sheboygan), and was marrieed on March 3, 1886, to Oliver Melcher, who preceded in death in 1931.

Mrs. Melcher had resided on a farm in the Town of Algoma until coming to Oshkosh in 1927. She was a member of St. Peter Catholic Church.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. William Kiel, Detroit, Mich., two grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. Preceding in death were one son, Clarence in 1924, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Nash and Mrs. Margaret Wagner, and one brother, James.

Services will be held Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at Fiss and Bills Funeral Home and 10 a.m. at St. Peter Catholic Church, with the Rev. Robert F. Gulig of Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna, a great-grandson, officiating. Burial will be in the Omro Junction Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 p.m. Wednesday until the hour of services. The rosary will be recited Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.


Gladys Mangan - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - September 9, 1981 - p. 4 - c. 5
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A funeral mass for Mrs. Clarence Mangan, 61, of 2821 S. 11th Place, who died Tuesday at St. Nicholas Hospital, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. The Rev. Frederick Bistricky, associate pastor, will officiate. The mass will be preceded by family rites at 9:30 a.m. at Gerend-Habermann Funeral Home. Burial will take place in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. on Thursday. A parish and combined society vigil will be held there at 7 p.m Thursday. The vigil will also be attended by members of the St. Luke the Evangelist Unit of the Good Samaritan Guild.

The former Gladys Christel was born at School Hill, Manitowoc County, Dec. 10, 1919, daughter of the late Edmund and Ida Rabe Christel.

One June 26, 1940, she married Clarence Mangan at Kiel.

Mrs. Mangan was a member of Immaculate Conception Parish, the Mother of Good Counsel Society, and the Mission Workers Society of the parish.

She was also a life member of the Apostolate of Suffering.

Mrs. Mangan is survived by her husband; one daughter; two sons; three grandchildren; and three brothers (names omitted for privacy).


Clarence Mangan - Sheboygan Press - Wednesday - December 26, 1990 - p. 7 - c. 4
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Clarence Mangan, 75, a resident of Sunny Ridge, formerly of 1721 Ashland Ave., died there Sunday evening, Dec. 23, 1990.

He was born in the Town of Chilton, Dec. 26, 1914, a son of the late Robert and Mary Koehn Mangan. He attended local schools.

On June 26, 1940, he married Gladys Christel at Kiel. She preceded him in death Sept. 8, 1981. Clarence was employed at Thomas Industries for 36 years retiring in 1980. He was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.

He is survived by a daughter; two sons; five grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters (names omitted for privacy). He was preceded in death by six brothers and sisters.

A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Thursday, at Immaculate Conception Church, by the pastor, Rev. Steven Giebel. Friends may clal at the church from 9:15 a.m. Thursday until the time of the mass. Burial will take place in Holy Cross Cemetery.

A memorial fund has been established in Clarence Mangan’s name.

The Habermann Funeral Home is serving the family.


Paul Merzdorf - Ozaukee Press - Thursday - October 7, 1948
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Funeral services for Paul Merzdorf, 63, who died Friday afternoon at the Sheboygan Memorial hospital after several months illness, were held Monday at 2 p.m. at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran church in Fredonia. The Rev. R. J. Jagow officiated and burial was in the church cemetery.

Born in the Town of Fredonia Fredonia Sept. 15, 1885, Paul grew-up there and married Miss Lena Parnitzke Apr. 20, 1913. They farmed in the town of Fredonia until three years ago when they moved to Adell.

Survivors are his wife; two sons, Arnold, on the homestead at Fredonia, and Raymond of Waubeka; three daughters Mildred and Mrs. Ray (Meta) Heimerl of Fredonia, Mrs. Alvin (Norma) Janz of Silver Creek; two sisters, Mrs. William Luck and Mrs. Alex Lemkuhl of Saukville; two brothers, Albert of Fredonia and Herman of West Bend. Also five grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Alfred Laubenstein, Paul Oehme, William Raess, Rheinold Jobs, Henry Schultz and Herman Himstedt.

Also see the West Bend News, Thurs. Oct. 7, 1948 and Random Lake Times Thurs. Oct. 7, 1948


Lena Merzdorf - Random Lake Times - Thursday - January 10, 1957
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Mrs. Lena Merzdorf, 68, widow of the late Paul Merzdorf, died Sunday morning at her home in Adell following a long illness.

The former Lena Parnitzke, was born Apr. 30, 1888 in Saukville, a daughter of the late Rudolph and Emma Parnitzke.

On Apr. 20, 1913, she was married to Mr. Merzdorf at St. John’s Lutheran Church, in Fredonia.

Surviving are 2 sons, three daughters, 12 grandchildren, 3 brothers and two sisters.

Services were held at 2 p.m. this Thursday at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Fredonia, with the Rev. Reinhardt Jagow, pastor, officiating. Burial took place in the parish cemetery.


Edgar C. Meyer - The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - January 12, 1965 - p. 6
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Edgar C. Meyer, 65, of 1033 High Ave., a draftsman for the local architectural firm of Satre and Senescall, died Monday evening at St. Nicholas Hospital.

Ill since last October, he had been hospitalized six weeks.

Born in Sheboygan, Aug. 4, 1899, he was a son of the late Otto and Albertina Meyer.

He was educated at Franklin School and Sheboygan High, following which he was employed here by the Jerry Donohue Engineering Co. and Edgar A. Stubenrauch and Associates prior to joining Satre and Senescall 20 years ago.

He married Miss Vera Seifert in Milwaukee, Jan. 19, 1922.

His wife survives, along with two daughters, Mrs. June Fowler of Monterey, Calif., and Mrs. Arthur Quasius (Charlotte), Sheboygan, and seven grandchildren.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Ramm Funeral Home, with the Rev. Kenneth Krueger, pastor of Fountain Park Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiating. Burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Wednesday.


Clara Muhs - The Sheboygan Press - Monday - July 14, 1958 - p. 8
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Mrs. Clara Muhs, 76, of 1346 North Ave., died Saturday evening at Memorial Hospital following a lingering illness.

She was born Dec. 11, 1881, in Sheboygan, a daughter of the late Charles and Elizabeth Koll, attended Trinity Lutheran Grade School and was confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church in 1895.

On May 9, 1903, she was married to Fred Muhs at Trinity Church. He died March 4, 1942.

She was a member of St. Mark Lutheran Church and a member of its Ladies Aid Society.

Survivors are three sons, Harvey of Arvada, Colo., Frederick of Milwaukee, Richard of St. Paul, Minn.; two daughters, Mrs. Carlton (Irene) Thiel of Sheboygan and Mrs. Herbert (Gladys) Schultz of Sheboygan; nine grandchildren; one great-grandchild and a brother, Charles of Sheboygan.

One infant brother, two brothers and three sisters preceded her in death.

Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Ballhorn Funeral Chapels. The Rev. Louis Huber, pastor of St. Mark Lutheran Church, will officiate and burial will be in Lutheran Cemetery.

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


Catherine McGlaughlin - Sheboygan Press - Monday - November 15, 1909 - P. 1
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Died Suddenly On Saturday

Mrs. Catherine McGlaughlin died very suddenly Saturday night at the home of her son William in the town of Mitchell. She is survived by four children William and John, Mitchell, Kittie who makes her home in Chicago and Nellie who travels in Oklahoma, besides seven grandchildren. Miss Agnes and Edward Gill of this city are grandchildren. Her husband Edward McGlaughlin died 25 years ago.


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