Selected Obituaries

from Adams County and Area Newspapers




DALVE, JOHN d. 23 May 1933 Surnames: Craine, Dalve, Hein, Lonear, Thompson Source: from an unknown newspaper, probably the Friendship Reporter or Adams Times John Dalve, a life-long resident of the town of Strongs Prairie, died at his farm home Tuesday, May 23, 1933 at 8:20 p. m. He was the son of Swen and Dorothy Dalve of that township, being born on April 30, 1857.He was baptized and confirmed at the Arkdale church and had been a life-long member.On January 24, 1887, he was united in marriage to Emma Thompson, also of Arkdale and to this happy union three children were born: Dena Jane, Josie Matilda and Ida Josephine. Josie died at the age of two years and Dena passed away eight years ago.Besides the widow and one daughter, Mrs. George Craine, Mr. Dalve is survived by two brothers: Peter of Callaway, Minn., and Swen of Great Falls, Mont. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Lonear of Arkdale. Four sisters and one brother had previously died. Four grandchildren survive, namely: Alice and Archie Hein of Miles City, Mont., and Gerald and Ardis Craine. Several nieces and nephews also survive to mourn his death. Funeral services were held at the home at 1 o'clock last Saturday afternoon being followed by church services at Arkdale, Rev. Stubkjaer being in charge. Those from out of town in attendance at the obsequies were: Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and son Roy, Merrill; Mrs. Anna Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones and two nieces, Anna and Ruth Chrocham, Reedsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Beimel and two children, Bernice and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kilmer, Mr. and Mrs. E. Craine, Mauston, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stevens and family, Adams. John Dalve was highly respected and greatly loved by those who knew him best. He was an ideal father and husband, and a kind and considerate neighbor. For the past three years he had been in poor health, suffering from a heat affliction. He had practically been an invalid since February. CARD OF THANKS: We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the choir, donors of flowers, Undertaker Goetz for his efficient services, Rev. Stubkjaer for his comforting words, the pall-bearers and all friends and neighbors who by kind acts and sympathetic words made our grief the easier to bear. We thank you all. We were also extremely grateful to those who furnished cars at the time of the funeral of our beloved husband and father.---Mrs. Dalve and Daughter DALY, Anna M Anna M. DALEY 1910-2001 Surnames: Daly, Gavin, Wilk Source: The Adams County Times April 4, 2001 P6 Section B Anna M. Daley, age 90, of Arkdale, died Sunday, April 1, 2001 in Riverview Hospital, Wis. Rapids, following a long illness. Funeral services will be today, Wednesday, April 4, at 2 p.m., in Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory, Friendship, with Father Dennis P. Stanchik officiating. Interment will be in Big Flats Cemetery.Anna was born Oct. 6, 1910 in Chicago, the daughter of Stanley and Victoria (Gavin) Wilk. She married John Joseph Daley in 1928 in Chicago.She worked as a dietitian/cook for Cook County Hospital, retiring in 1971 when she and her husband moved to the Town of Big Flats in Adams County. Anna became a member of the Golden Agers and the Senior Citizen Bowling League. She enjoyed traveling with the senior citizens' club.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband John in 1973, and a son Jack in 1985.Survivors include: sons, William J. (Marion) Daley of West Chester, Ill., and Donald Daley of Arkdale; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. DAMMURT son, d. 1899 Surname: Dammurt Source: The Adams County Press, 01 April 1899, Page 5A very sad and unfortunate accident occurred last Thursday on the Wisconsin River, near Germantown. Mr. and Mrs. DAMMURT, of Hadlock, with two children, crossed over the river in the morning for the purpose of visiting a sister of Mrs. DAMMURT, who resides in Germantown. On their return about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, when only a few rods from the west bank of the river, the horse broke through the ice; the same instant the sleigh broke through leaving the occupants in the water.A boy of 12 years rescued himself without aid.Mrs. DAMMURT was holding in her arms a boy of about five years old, and in her struggles she lost hold of him and he was carried under the ice by the water which is very swift at that point. Both Mr. and Mrs. DAMMURT would have perished had not assistance been near. Fortunately their team was also saved.The grief of the poor mother can better be imagined than described. While struggling in the water, she thought her boy was dead, but at least she would have his body, and after her own escape, it was with great difficulty they persuaded her to leave the spot. **From the 15 April 1899 Adams County Press, Page 5 Column 3"Mr. DAMMURT & Family will return to Chicago as soon as their son's body is found." DARROW, Mrs. Eliza Eliza Darrow, d. 1888 Surname: Darrow Source: The Adams County Press, Saturday May 19, 1888, Page 4 Column 3 Mrs. Eliza DARROW of Point Bluff, Wisconsin, died at her home in that place on Saturday May 5, 1888. Since last November she had been a sufferer of cancer of the breast. The pained look that had rested upon her face during the last weeks of suffering, passed away and was replaced by a look of surprised rapture and such radiance that the whole room seemed to be lighted by it; and the voice which before could scarcely utter a sound now broke forth in clear, ringing tones, saying, "Oh, how beautful! How glorious!" If, in the heart of any who saw her spirit leave its earthly temple there had been any doubts or fears as to the certainty of a life beyond, they were all swept away and heaven was revealed to them in beauty and glory. Mrs. DARROW was a calm, quiet woman, patient and kind but firm. Faults perhaps she had (who has not?) but her example of patient endurance and cheerful submission was in itself a daily sermon. Her death was a grand confirmation of the blessed truths and promises of the Bible.[--Mirror-Gazette please copy] DAVID, Lewis Lewis DAVID, d. 1895 Surname: DAVID Source: The Adams County Press, Saturday April 13, 1895, Page 5 Lewis DAVID, the late commander of John Gillispie Post G. A. R. in Kilbourn, died at his home near Delton on the 1st, and the remains were interred in the cemetery at Kilbourn on the following Wednesday with appropriate Grand Army of the Republic ceremonies. DAVIS, Mrs. Newton Mearcy Robson Davis, 1830 - 1911 Surnames: Church, Cutsforth, Davis, Robson Source: Adams County Press, Saturday 28 January 1911 Mearcy Robson died at her home in South Burr Oak, Wis., Jan. 13, 1911. She was born near Beverly, Yorkshire, England, May 29th, 1830. With her sister she came to America in 1851 and settled in La Grange Co., Indiana. There she was united in marriage to Joseph Cutsforth and to this union six children were born, three dying in infancy. Her husband passed away in November 1875, and on July 29, 1877 she was again married to Newton Davis and they lived in the town of Dekorra, Columbia Co., until 1897, when they moved to their present home. Early in her girlhood days she was a subject of saving grace, and united with the Methodist church. She was always very much interested in its success, and her readiness to labor for it, and also to recognize her Saviour, has been a blessing to mnay and has brought forth much fruit. She lived to see all of her children and many of her grandchildren members of her church. On Dec. 5, 1907 she was stricken with a paralytic shock which caused her great suffering and from which she never fully recovered. Again on Dec. 28, 1910 she suffered another shock and gradually faded until the end. She is survived by the husband, one aged brother, and three children, John Cutsforth of Wyocena, Wis., Edwin Cutsforth and Mrs. Eva Church of this place. Besides these there are eleven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren left to mourn her loss. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord." The funeral sermon was preached Sunday afternoon and burial was in the South Burr Oak cemetery. DAVIS Mr. Surname: Davis Source: Adams Co Press, 01 October 1870 Page 3, Column 3 On the 12th of September last William A. Davis, at the ripe age of seventy four years, died at his residence at Davis Corners, in the town of Jackson, in this county. Mr. Davis came to Wisconsin in 1847 from Utica, Michigan, and first settled in the village of Spring Prairie, Walworth county, Wisocnsin, where he resided two years. In 1849 he removed to Adams county and settled what is now Davis' Corners, at which place he continued to reside until he died. In all the relations fo life Mr. Davis bore an unblemished reputation, and fully exemplified the character of "God's noblest work, an honest man." A man of strong convictions, deep affection and kindly impulses he drew to himself the esteem and affection of a large circle of friends and gained the respect of all. In 1843, he lost his wife, a kind, affectionate, devoted woman, and the bereavement cast its shadow over the remainder of his life. Cherishing her memory to the end, his earnest, often expressed desire was that when it should be his turn to pass away his remains might be laid to rest beside her's whose memory was so dear to him , and his wish will be complied with. Peacefully, he passed away. A good man, ripe in years, rich in the affection and respect of his family and a large circle of friends, his allotted earthly task accomplished, has gone to his rest. "Blessed be the dead that die in the Lord; yea saith the Spirit, for they rest from their labors and their works do follow them." DAWES, James M. James M. Dawes, died 1883 Surname: Dawes Source: The Adams County Press, Saturday, October 27, 1883 Page 7 DIED--DAWES--On Strongs Prairie, October 4th, 1883, Mr. James M. Dawes. Mr. Dawes was born March 29, 1835. He enlisted in the Union Army in 1861, and remained several years. He lately received a pension which was justly bestowed on a worthy soldier, and which is now a great benefit to his bereaved family. In 1873 he became a soldier for Christ, and was baptised in June of the same year by Elder Yocum; then his pastor. His funeral was largely attended. The services were conducted by Rev. S. W. Trousdale, from Necedah. DAY, Ella Ella Day, d. 1911 Surname: Day Source: The Adams County Press [Friendship, Adams Co. WI], Saturday April 8, 1911, Page 1 Column 1 Ella Edline Day passed away March 29th. Deceased was the sister to Estella Ellen Day who died March 6th of this year. They were born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Day of Easton July 3rd, 1910. The funeral services of Ella were held at the house, and at the Easton school house, Rev. Deans officiating. A number of small girls sang the hymns and acted as pallbearers. Miss Mabel Garthwait acted as organist. We sympathize with the bereaved parents. DAY, Verne L. Surnames: Day, Hicks, Hitchcock, Northway, Stoneberg, Waite Source: The Adams County Times & Friendship Reporter, Wednesday Dec 20, 2000, Section B, Page 10 Verne L. Day, age 69, of Wisconsin Dells, died Sunday Dec 17, in Berlin Memorial Hospital, Berlin, following a long illness. Funeral services were Wednesday Dec 20th in Friendship, at Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory. Rev. Dwight Condon officiated. Following services, Verne was cremated and his cremains will be buried on the family plot at Pine Grove Cemetery. Verne was born May 6, 1931, to Floyd and Alice (Northway) Day. He was a graduate of Adams-Friendship High School and a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the U.S. Army. He married Juanita Lynn Hitchcock June 11, 1976 in Choteau, Montana. He retired as a laborer for Almet Lawn Lite Company, Baraboo. Survivors are his wife, Juanita Lynn Day, Wisconsin Dells; a daughter, Brenda (John) Stoneberg of Neshkoro; sons Leonard Hitchcock of Fort Shaw, Montana and John (Jamie) Waite of Enid, Oklahoma; a sister, Violet Hicks of Grand Marsh; and six grandchildren. Verne was preceded in death by his parents (Floyd and Alice Day) and one brother (Carl Day). DEAN, Enos Enos Dean, d. 1883 Surnames: Dean, Evans Source: Montello Express June, 30, 1883 The funeral of Enos Dean was held at Oxford on Wednesday June 27. He was buried with Masonic rites. A very appropriate funeral sermon was delivered by Rev. W. P. Hill , who is also a Mason. The clergyman before closing read to the audience the following obituary notice: "Enos Dean was born in Duchess Co., N.Y., in 1805, and died in Oxford, June 25th, 1883. In early life he moved to Boone Co., N.Y., and lived there until 21 years of age. He then moved to Ohio, where he married his first wife, Lucinda Evans. Nine children were the fruit of this marriage, seven of whom are now alive. He came to Adams county in 1856 and lived on his farm until the loss of his wife. Soon after he settled in Oxford, since which time he has made it his home. Mr. Dean was a member of the Baptist church Ohio, and lived in its communion until the church in Oxford went down. He was twice married, and leaves a poor, helpless, blind widow to follow him to her death. As members of a noble fraternity, we know no outward man, and God looks at the heart. If he had his failings, he also had his sunny nooks. He was a man, a friend, a kind father, and made the happiness of his family his chief desire. His last hours were devoted to exhorting his children and setting his house in order; and whatever the past, he is with his God. His chidren follow him and the friends of his youth are passing to a land where all are equal, and where the comers there unto shall enjoy the fruits of earthly labor, through everlasting years."We add that Mr. Dean passed away at a ripe age of 78 years. He was like other men of his class, his life has been checkered, but he was human, not divine. Still he has left behind him a large preponderance of the good, greater even that the average of mankind. Mr. Dean was devoted to the principles of the Masonic order, which embraces all the elements of christian morality known or experienced among men. Mr. Dean had a soft heart which beat in sympathy with those who needed assistance and aid, governed of course by a judgement sometimes at fault, and who hasnot? Masonic charity however demands a a compromise in passing judgement upon the living or dead, as the mantle is always broad and wide enough to cover the foibles of human nature and leave the good and the God-like only to live and be remembered. DEAN, Lucinda Lucinda Dean, d. 1875 Surname: Dean Source: Montello Express Saturday March 13, 1875 The funeral of Mrs. Lucinda Dean, wife of Enos Dean, of Jackson, Adams county was held at the Presbyterian church in this place, on Monday afternoon. Services by Rev. J. F. Ford, assisted by Rev. James Jefferson. An unusually large number of friends and neighbors were present. DeMOTT John John DeMott, 1835 - 1899 Surnames: Campbell, DeMott Source: The Adams County Press, Saturday February 11, 1899 P5C2 DIED--At his home in New Chester, Wisconsin, January 31, 1899, of heart failure, John DeMOTT, aged 64 years and 3 weeks.John DeMOTT was born in the State of New York on the 10th of January, 1835. He grew to manhood in his native State. In 1844, like so many energetic sons of the Empire State, he resolved to seek his fortune in the West, and came to Wisconsin, then a territory just beginning to entertain an ambition for Statehood, and settled in Walworth county. In 1854 he left Walworth county and settled in Adams county, where he ever since resided.In 1857 he was married to Miss Rachel Campbell. The union proved a genial one, and the family that in time gathered about the hearthstone was one of the best known and highly esteemed in the community. The name of "John DeMOTT" became almost a synonym for truth and integrity. A widow and nine children--two sons and seven daughters, and three brothers and sisters, survive him. He was buried at the New Chester Congregational church, Rev. D. J. Stevenson conducting the funeral services, on Friday afternoon, February 2nd. DeMOTT, Lydia Lydia DeMott, 1845 - 1903 Source: The Adams County Press, Saturday Sept 26, 1903 Surnames: Baker, Benedict, Crane, DeMott, Finel, McMahon Lydia Finel was born Nov 21st, 1845, in Columbiana County, Ohio, and died Sept 12, 1903 at her home in Adams county. In 1847 she moved with her parents to Dodge County, Wis., and again in 1855 to Adams Co. Dec 15, 1861, she was joined in marriage to Samuel DeMott, who survives her, along with two daughters, Mrs. F. E. Crane and Mrs. R. E. McMahon, one granddaughter, Mrs. F. L. Waldo, and one grandson, little Sammie. Mrs. DeMott was taken sick in May, but her condition was not considered dangerous until within a few weeks previous to her death. All that medical skill and kind hearts and hands could do, was done to save her life, but of no avail. She quietly passed away Sept. 12. The funeral services were held at the New Chester church on Sunday, conducted by Rev. Taylor of Westfield. The Westfield Choir furnished the singing. The funeral was the largest ever held in this place, over 140 teams following her remains from her home to the church, where a large number had already gathered. The casket was covered with flowers, tokens of esteem from kind friends. Mrs. DeMott was a true and loving wife, a kind and affectionate mother and a kind and thoughtful neighbor. Her whole aim in life seemed to be planning the comfort of others. She was always ready to help in time of sickness or sorrow and always had a kind word of encouragement. Truly, hers was a life well spent. Her mother has been dead a number of years. Her father died about five years ago. During the last few years of his life he made his home with her and was most tenderly cared for. Mrs. DeMott is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Emma Benedict of Salem, Oregon, and Mrs. Sally Baker of Lafayette, Oregon; three brothers, Almond Finel of Park, Kansas; Edward Finel of Armenia, Wisconsin and Thomas Finel of Maud, Washington; besides a number of other relatives and a very large circle of friends. The family has the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. DEWING, Mahlon, d. 1879 From the May 17, 1879 edition of the Adams County Press We have this week to record the death of Mr. Mahlon Dewing, who passed away at his residence near the village of White Creek on the fifth instant, aged 45 years, 10 months, and 15 days. Mr. Dewing was born in French Creek, Chantauque county, New York. In 1831 he enlisted in the Eleventh Regiment of the Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and was discharged in 1865. He participated in eleven battles, the last being the last battle of the rebellion, the charge upon Fort Blakely--"the Eleventh being the first to reach the parapet, and fighting hand to hand broke the rebel lines, and were the first to plant the flag upon the works of Blakely." The bravery and daring of the Eleventh in the last struggle with the Confederates is a recorded fact of history, and Mahlon Dewing was ever spoken of by his comrades as one of the bravest of soldiers. Mr. Dewing was the husband of Amanda Dewing who will be remembered by our readers as the author of many fine contributions to the Press. There was a large attendance at the funeral on Wednesday the 7th. Services conducted by Rev. J. H. McChesney. DEWY, Royal Royal Dewy, d. 1885 Surnames: Dewy, Lamphear Source: Adams County Press, Saturday Feb 14, 1885, Page 6 Died--DEWY--November 28th, 1884, Royal Dewy, aged 15 years, 5 months and 1 day, son of Mrs. A. F. Lamphear, of Easton. DIMICK, Celina Celina Dimick, d. 1893 From the Adams County Press, April 1, 1893 Dimick - In the town of Richfield, on the evening of March 25, Celina, wife of John Dimick, in the 82d year of her age. The departed was the mother of three living children, Mrs. George Stillman of Sauk Co., Mrs. Chester Gray of Coloma, and Miss Mila Dimick who lived with her parents. Mrs. Dimick was born in Jefferson Co., N.Y., where she lived until she was married to Mr. Dimick on March 9th, 1829, and in the fall of 1855 they moved to Pilot Knob, Adams Co., where they have since resided. Thanks We sincerely tender our thanks to the friends for the sympathy and many kindly deeds extended to our loved one in her last sickness and to us in our great bereavemenet. Mr. John Dimick and Mila Dimick DITTBURNER, Eva Eva Dittburner, d. 1913 From the Adams County Press, Feb. 1, 1913, P8 Eva, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Dittburner of Hadlock, died at the family home in that place, on Monday, January 21st, 1913. Deceased had been in poor health for a number of years. All that medical skill and loving hands could do, was done, but of no avail, and she gradually failed, until death came. Funeral services were held at the home Thursday, conducted by Mr. James Spencer of Quincy, and the deceased was laid to rest in the Quincy cemetery. The family have the sympathy of all in their bereavement. DITTBURNER, Fred Fred Dittburner, d. 1903 From the Adams County Press, January 10, 1903, Page 1, Hadlock news column Mr. Fred Dittberner, Sr., one of the pioneer settlers of Quincy, died at his home December 24, 1902. Mr. Dittburner was a good neighbor, had acquired quite a property and was very comfortably settled. DONOVAN, Agnes Agnes Donovan, 1895-1968 Surnames: Huber, Jarosh, Jerstad, Murphy, Nehls Source: The Adams County Press Thur. Aug. 29, 1968 P1 Mrs. Agnes Donovan, 72, Fox Lake, died Tuesday in the Waupun Hospital.The former Agnes Jarosh was born in Adams County Aug. 25, 1895. She married Patrick Donovan on Oct. 19, 1920. They lived in the township of Lincoln, Adams County, until 1931 and made their home in the Fox Lake area since that time. She is survived by one son, Robert, Waupun; three daughters, Mrs. Douglas Nehls, of Brownsville, Mrs. James Murphy, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Geo. Jerstad, Racine; seventeen grandchildren; three brothers, Anthony, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Frank, Fox Lake, and Ben, Grand Marsh; one sister, Mrs. Leonard Huber, Oxford. Funeral services were held Friday, Aug. 23 at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Fox Lake, with interment in St. Mary's cemetery, town of Trenton. Pallbearers were Wm. Donovan, David Nehls, Urban Huber, Douglas L. Nehls, Michael Murphy and Bernard Nagel. Kratz Funeral Home, Fox Lake, were in charge of arrangements. DOSSON, Sophia Sophia Dosson, 1881 - 1906 Surnames: Dosson, Henningson Source: From The Hancock News (Hancock-Coloma News) Hancock, Waushara Co., WI, Friday April 20, 1906 Page 1 Sophia, wife of Earl Dosson, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Henningson, of Big Flats, where she was born Oct. 10, 1881, and there died at the home of her parents on April 13, 1906, leaving a little daughter four days old. Beside the husband, babe and parents, two brothers and a sister are left to mourn the seemingly untimely death of this young woman. Their sorrow is shared by several more distant relatives and a large number of friends. Deceased was reared in the Lutheran faith and the funeral, which was unusally large, after brief services at the home, was held at the Danish Lutheran Church at Niebull, conducted by R. L. Whittenberg, pastor of the Christian Church at Big Flats, assisted by Mr. Severtson, of Niebull, who spoke in the Danish language. The grief stricken family express thanks to all who gave or offered assistance in their bereavement. DOUGLAS, Jeremiah E. Jeremiah E. Douglas Surnames: Douglas, Reeves, Hart, Colburn Source: The Friendship Reporter, 25 December 1919 Jeremiah E. Douglas was born April 13th, 1857, at Point Bluff, Wis., and passed away Dec. 9, on the home farm where he had lived for thirty years.November 25, 1880, he was united in marriage with Miss Sarah Reeves, who survives him. Three children were born to this union, two dying in infancy, one son, Marion, now living in Adams county. He leaves one brother, Edwar [sic] and two sisters, Mrs. A.E. Hart of Chicago and Mrs. Wm. Colburn of Grand Marsh, besides many other relatives and dear friends. Mr. Douglas united with the Methodist church 25 years ago and had ever since been a faithful and consistent member. He was an idea citizen, a kind and sympathetic man, a genial, companionable neighbor, highly regarded by all who knew him, and will be greatly missed in the community in which he had so long resided. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Walter French Scott of Kilbourn, interment being in the home cemetery, Dec. 11th. DRAKE, William E. William E. Drake, d. 1926 Surnames: Beech, Bingham, Fichter, Miller, Olsen, Purves Source: The Adams Times Sat. March 6, 1926 P1 Died in Milwaukee---Buried Here: The remains of William E. Drake, who died in Milwaukee were brought here for burial Tuesday, and were met at the train at about 4 p.m. by Quincy Lodge, F. and A. M. of Friendship, who took charge of the funeral rites from there on. The remains were laid at rest in Mount Repose cemetery with full Masonic funeral rites. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Offerings from the different orders to which deceased belonged covered the entire south side and east end of the grave. The pallbearers were Dr. George D. Beech of Adams, J. W. Purves, G. W. Bingham, and Chas. Fichter of Friendship. Mrs. Drake will be remembered as Hattie Miller, sister of Fred Miller and Mrs. Etta Olsen, residing on the old homestead west of Friendship. Mr. and Mrs. Drake have made their home in Milwaukee, ever since their marriage. DRINKWATER, Mr. Surname: Drinkwater From the Adams County Press, February 4, 1871, Page 3 Sudden Death: We learn that a Mr. Drinkwater, residing near the village of White Creek, died quite suddenly a few days since. He was run against by a team a short time previously, and injured by being struck by the end of the wagon tongue. It is supposed that internal hemorrhage, arising from his injuries, was the cause of death. DUNN, Robert Robert Dunn, 1817 - 1905 Surnames: Dunn, Fee, Wilson Source: The Adams County Press, Oct 28, 1905, Page 1 Robert Dunn, aged 87 years, died at his home near White Creek, Wednesday October 18th. Mr. Dunn was born in England, Nov 9, 1817, and came to America in 1825. In 1847 he was married to Miss Fannie Fee, and of this union six children were born, the eldest dying in infancy, Alice, who died in 1878, Flora who died in 1867, and Anna who died in 1889. He is survived by two children, Thomas W. and Mrs. Frances Wilson, both of White Creek. Funeral services were held at the Town line schoolhouse, Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. A. H. Smith, and the interment was in the Town line cemetery. DURKEE, Joseph Joseph Loyal Durkee, Feb - Nov 1899 Surname: Durkee Source: The Adams County Press, Saturday, Nov 11, 1899, Page 5 Joseph Loyal, son of Elmer and Martha Durkee, was born February 19, 1899, in the town of Rome, Adams County Wisconsin, and died Nov 2, 1899.The little one had pneumonia, and was tenderly cared for several months, till the angels called for him. Funeral services were conducted by Elder VanDriessen. May the Lord comfort mourning parents. DYE, Leatha Leatha Dye 1908-2001 Surnames: Cox, Dye, Eaton, Fike, Jensen, Wiley Source: The Daily Tribune Mon. Feb. 26, 2001 Page 5A Leatha F. Dye, 92, of Marshfield, died Saturday, Feb. 24, 2001, at Marshfield Living Center, where she had lived since September 2000. There will be no services. The body will be cremated. Burial will be in Greenwood (New Park) Joslin Cemetery, in the Juneau County town of Armenia. Mrs. Dye was born Oct. 10, 1908, in Browntown, to Lee E. and Florence E. (Eaton) Dye.She moved to Adams in 1980 from Wisconsin Rapids and then to Nekoosa in 1998. Survivors include three sons, William (Judy) Dye, Babcock; Roy Fike, Tomah, and Edward (Susan) Dye, Tacoma, Wash.; three daughters, Marion (Arthur) Jensen, Babcock; Charlotte (Lewis) Wiley, Nauvoo, Ala., and Virginia (Fred) Cox, Wisconsin Rapids; and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, and great-great-great-grandchildren. Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory, Friendship, is in charge of arrangements.
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