Selected Obituaries

from Adams County and Area Newspapers

LADNER, Elliott M. Elliott M. Ladner 1923-2001 Surnames: Bourgeois, Buerger, Carlatt, Caro, Dohrmann, Ferrell, Mitchell, Moore, Olcott, Schmidt Source: Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter Wed. Jan. 31, 2001 Section B pg 9 Elliot M. Ladner, age 77, of Wis. Dells, died Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2001 in St. Clare Hospital, Baraboo. Funeral services were Saturday, Jan 27, at 1:30 p.m. in Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory, Friendship, with Rev. Jean Cowdery Kloss officiating. Interment was in the White Creek Cemetery. Military rites were provided by the Adams VFW Post #6279, Adams Red Cloud American Legion Post #250, and the Grand Marsh Snider-Richardson American Legion Post #273. Elliott was born Sept. 24, 1923 in Texas to Jules and Ida (Bourgeois) Ladner. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He worked as a policeman and truck driver before becoming a welder for General Motors. Elliott worked for GM for 24 years. He worked at the La Grange, Ill. locomotive plant, retiring in 1984 following a stroke. Elliott moved to Adams County in 1991 and married Vera Buerger April 8, 2000 in the Bethany Lutheran Church, Mauston. His parents (Jules and Ida Ladner); sisters, Inez Caro and Edith Moore; and a brother, John A. Ladner, preceded Elliott in death. Survivors include: his wife, Vera Ladner of Wis. Dells; sons, Elliott M. (Ann) Ladner, Jr., of Cicero, Ill., David (Barbara) Ladner of Wood Dale, Ill., and Donald (Vikki) Ladner of Streamwood, Ill.; daughters, Diane (David) Olcott of Lawrence, Kan., and Debi Ladner of Franklin Park, Ill.; Step-sons, William (Carolyn) Buerger of Elroy and Randall Dohrmann of Chicago; a step-daughter Dawn Buerger of Wis. Dells; four sisters, Zelida Ferrell, Bernice Schmidt, Margaret Carlatt and Mable Mitchell; a brother, V.L. Bourgeois, Jr.; five grandchildren and four step-grandchildren. A picture accompanied this obit. LAMPHEAR, Robert Robert Lamphear, d. 1911 Surname: Lamphear Source: Adams County Press [Friendship, Adams Co. WI], Saturday August 19, 1911, Page 1 Column 2 Robert Lamphear, the fifth child of Mr. and Mrs. William Lamphear of this place, died Sunday morning the 13th inst. Robert Muriel was born March 21st, 1910. The little fellow had been sick for a number of days with cholera infantum, which disease at last took him away. Services were held at the home of Rev. James Deans assisted by the Congregational church choir. The little body was laid to rest in the Mt. Repose cemetery. A number of relatives and friends from Big Flats and Hancock were present. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents. Transcriber's Note: The medical term Cholera Infantum often was listed as a cause of death for infants who died during the warm months of the year, before modern refrigeration became common. Today it would also be known as food poisoning in many cases. LAMPHEAR, William J. William J. Lamphear 1907 - 1970 Surnames: Dahlke, Gasparetti, Hendricks, Hoard, Lamphear, Loomis, Olsen, Patefield, Polivka Source: Adams County Times, March 1970 [exact newspaper date not known] Wm. Lamphear Memorial Service Held Monday William Lamphear was born October 13, 1907 in Friendship; the greater part of his life having been lived in Adams County. In 1934 he was married to Alma Hendricks. To them were born three children: Ronald and Robert, both of Kansas City, Kansas, and Jeanne Loomis of Janesville. He served his country militarily during World War II. He passed away Thursday evening, March 12, at the Veteran’s Hospital, Madison, where he had been a patient since August, 1969. Surviving him are the three children; a half-brother Roy Hoard, four sisters: Mildred Dahlke, Ripon; Olive Polivka, Tomahawk; Edith Olsen, Oxford and Carrie Gasperetti, Adams; and nine grandchildren. The memorial service was held at Roseberry’s Funeral Home, conducted by Ambrose Bandow on Monday afternoon, March 16. Note: This was a memorial service since, by his decision, his body was "willed" to the U. of W. Medical College for cancer research primarily. [William was buried in 1972 in Mt Repose, Friendship, Adams County, Wisconsin along with his mother, Cordelia (Patefield) Hoard and other family members] LANPHER-GAULL-SIPLA, Louise M Louise M LANPHER-GAULL-SIPLA 1914 - 2001 Surnames: Casey, Crevistan, Dittle, Gaull, Pieka, Wollack Source: Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter, Wednesday August 1, 2001, Page 9B Louise M. Gaull-Sipla-Lanpher, 87, of Port Edwards, formerly of Adams, died Thursday, July 26, 2001, at Riverview Hospital, Wisconsin Rapids. Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory, Friendship, and at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Prey Funeral Home, Oglesby. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, La Salle, Ill. Mrs. Lanpher was born Jan. 20, 1914, in Oglesby, Ill., to William and Mary (Dittle) Gaull. She grew up in Oglesby. Louise was married twice; her first marriage was blessed with one son, Gerald, and a daughter, Mary. She moved to the Adams-Friendship area in 1972 and worked as a chef at the Red Lantern in Friendship until her retirement in 1976. Louise was a member of the Friendship Congregational church and its Ladies Auxiliary. She was also a member of the Bohemian Lodge. She loved to cross-stitch and sew, and was known to her grandchildren as the "Quilting Grandma." Louise also loved her garden and had a special fondness for violets. Survivors include one son, Gerald 'Jerry' (Karen) Sipla Sr.; one daughter, Mary L. Creviston; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; one brother, Ray (Marge) Gaull; and two sisters, Alice (Casey) Pieka, and Shirley Wollack. Louise was preceded in death by her parents; two husbands; two brothers, Larry and Bill; and two sisters, Bernice and Marcella. Roseberry's Funeral Home, Friendship, assisted the family with arrangements. LAPHAM, Charles R. Charles Lapham, d. 1883 Surname: Lapham Source: Adams County Press, Saturday August 11 1883, Page 6 Column 3 Charles R. LAPHAM, son of our townsman, Hon. O. B. LAPHAM, died at his home in Oxford on Friday morning of last week. He had been sick for many months and his death was not unexpected. He leaves a widow and several small children. LAPP, Josephine Josephine O. LAPP 1914-2001 Surnames: Brickwell, Ellis, Gaffney, Koch, Morse, Schwellenbach Source: Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter Wed. March 14, 2001 P10 Section B Josephine Orpha (Ellis) Lapp, age 86, of Portage, died Monday, March 5, 2001 in Divine Savior Hospital, Portage. She was born Oct. 21, 1914 in New Haven Township, Adams County, to Claude and Rose (Brickwell) Ellis. She graduated from Portage High School, On March 18, 1944, she married Edwin C. Lapp in the Episcopal Church, Portage. He preceded her in death on May 23, 1985. They farmed most of their life and moved off the farm to Portage in August 1967. Josephine was a great seamstress and housekeeper and loved all of her family. She always had a number of special friends at her side. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Portage. Survivors include: two sisters, Delilah (Elmer) Koch of Portage and Velma (Harold) Gaffney of Oxford; three brothers, Stanley Ellis of Montello, Rodger (Mary Ellen) Ellis of Lodi, and Jon (Marge) Ellis of Wis. Dells; many nieces and nephews, cousins and members of her family; and a sister-in-law, Lucille Ellis of Portage. In addition to her husband, Josephine was also preceded in death by two sisters, Elizabeth (Reuben) Schwellenbach and Sarah (Weldon) Morse; a brother, Willard (Loraine) Ellis; and a sister-in-law, Donna Ellis. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 10. at 10:30 a.m. in the Portage Presbyterian Church, Rev. David Hankins officiating. Burial was in Big Spring Cemetery. LARKIN, David Weedin David Weeden Larkin, 1817 - 1900 Surnames: Larkin, Maginnis, Ottman Source: Adams County Press, Saturday September 15, 1900, Page 5 David Weedin Larkin was born in the State of Rhode Island, July 3, 1817, and died at his home in the Town of Jackson, Adams Co., Wisconsin, September 5th, 1900, at the age of 83 years, 2 months and 2 days. When Mr. Larkin was about four years old, his family removed to Schoharie county, New York, where they resided for about ten years. Then came the sad loss of his father, followed by the severing of the family, and David went to live with his uncle. The young man attended the common schools in the county, and also the Schoharie Academy. He proved an apt student and on arriving at a suitable age, engaged during the winter months in school teaching, laboring summers upon the farm. In 1841 he married Miss Margaret Ann Ottman, and settled on a farm, varying his occupation by teaching school during the winter. In the spring of 1843, he came West with his family and first settled in Walworth County, Wisconsin, where he again engaged in farming and school teaching. While there he received frequent evidences of the estimation in which he was held by his neighbors and fellow townsmen, who elected him to the positions of town clerk, justice of the peace, school commissioner, etc. In the spring of 1855, Mr. Larkin moved his family to the town of Jackson in this [Adams] county and settled on the farm in section 28, on which he has ever since resided, and on which he ended his long and useful life. For many years Mr. Larkin was a consistent and devout member of the Methodist church. Later, loving not less the church of his earlier choice, for associate reasons he united with the Congregational church at Davis Corners. The deceased held many official positions in his town, and it is but repeating the sentiment in the heart of every one of his townsmen, to say that he discharged every trust confided in him with intelligent and honorable fidelity. Mr. Larkin left surviving him a widow, Mrs. Margaret A. Larkin, and five children--David Augustus and Charles of Jackson; James, residing in Polk county, Wisconsin; Jay, of North Dakota, and Mrs. Ellen Maginnis of South Dakota. LASSA, Lawrence Lawrence L. Lassa 1934-2001 Surnames: Budney, Clark, Kadela Source: Adams County Times & Friendship Reporter Wed. April 18, 2001 Sect. B P9 Lawrence Leo Lassa, age 66, of Adams, died Mon., April 9, 2001 in his residence. Cremation will take place with services at a later date. Lawrence was born May 4, 1934 in Milwaukee to Matthew and Cecilia Lassa. He served in the U.S. Army from 1957 to 1959. Lawrence worked in produce for Fleming Grocery Company, retiring in 1996. He moved to Adams County from Cudahy, Wis. in 1999. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include three brothers, Medard Lassa of Adams, Dave Lassa of Milwaukee, and Norm Lassa of New Berlin, Wis.; and three sisters, Genie Budney of West Allis, Wis., Grace Kadela and Audrey Clark, both of Milwaukee. Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory, Friendship, is handling arrangements. LAWRENCE, Ed Surname: Lawrence From the Adams County Press [Friendship, Adams Co. WI], August 16, 1873, Page 2 Column 5 Died: LAWRENCE, in Grand Rapids, August 7, 1873, of cholera infantum, Eddie A., the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Lawrence of Friendship, aged 1 year, 3 months and 2 days. LAWRENCE, Frank Frank Lawrence, d. 1884 Surname: Lawrence Source: Adams County Press, September 6, 1884, Page 4 Column 3 DIED, Lawrence: In Friendship, September 3rd, 1884, Frank M., son of M. E. and Philanda Lawrence aged 11 months & 26 days. LAWSON, Mrs Hattie Mrs Hattie Lawson d. 1933 Surnames: Hayes, Lawson Source: Friendship Reporter, Thursday January 26, 1933, Page 5 Column 3 Mrs. Hattie Lawson, a pioneer resident of the town of Monroe, died at her home in that town on Wednesday, Jan. 25th, following an illness extending over a year. Deceased was long a prominent and well known member of the community in which she resided. She is survived by a son, Percy; and a brother, Frank Hayes of Nekoosa. Funeral services will be held at the Spring Creek Church on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. LECLAIR, Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Joseph (Stella Amanda Abrahamson) Le CLAIR, 1888-1921 Surnames: Abrahamson, Dalve, LeClair, Lonar, Run, Tollefson Source: Friendship Reporter, Thursday June 16, 1921, Page 1 Mrs. Joseph LeClair, of Chicago, died at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Forger Lonar, from pneumonia, on June 11th. She had been suffering with this illness for several weeks in Chicago and was brought here about a week ago in the hope that the change of climate might bring relief. Funeral services were held at the Central Lutheran church Tuesday, June 14th, Rev. A. J. Raftshol officiating, and interment was in the East cemetery. The departed sister was born at Arkdale December 15, 1888. She was a member of the Lutheran church, baptised as a child, and was confirmed November 11, 1901. She was united in marriage to Joseph LeClair, on August 3rd, 1918. Her maiden name was Stella Amanda Abrahamson. She is survived by the bereaved husband and other near relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Forger Lonar, John Dalve, Mrs. Sophia Tollefson of Hazel Run, Minnesota, Peter Dalve of Calloway, Minnesota, and Sila Dalve of Great Falls, Montana. LECY, Glenn Surnames: Lecy, Neugart Abstracted from the Daily Tribune [Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co., WI], Saturday September 22, 1990 Page 2A Glenn Lecy, 65, of Friendship, died Thursday Sept. 20, 1990. Mr. Lecy was born March 26, 1925 in Arkdale, to John and Maude Lecy. He married Kathryn Neugart Dec. 14, 1968. She preceded him in death on Sept. 23, 1984. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of WWII, and was a charter member and past commander of the Adams VFW Post. He was a truck driver for Jefferson Trucking in Wisconsin Rapids for twenty years, and for the past two years, for Rhinehart Construction. Survivors include two stepsons, three brothers and two sisters. Services will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, with burial in East Arkdale Cemetery. Roseberry's Funeral Home, Friendship, assisted the family with arrangements. LECY, Kathryn Surnames: Lecy, Neugart Abstracted from the Daily Tribune [Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co., WI], Monday September 24, 1984 Page 2A Kathryn Lecy, 64, of Friendship, died Sunday at Adams County Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lecy was born August 18, 1920, in Adams, a daughter of Albert and Minnie Neugart. Her first marriage ended in divorce, and she married Glenn Lecy Dec. 14, 1968 in Adams. She was a member of the VFW Auxiliary No. 6279. Survivors include her husband, two sons, two sisters and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother. Services will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, with burial in East Arkdale Cemetery. Roseberry's Funeral Home, Friendship, assisted the family with arrangements. LERCH, John John Lerch died 1899 Surnames: Lerch, Stromberg Source: Adams County Press Sat. April 22, 1899 P 4 John Lerch, Sr., for many years a resident of Adams county, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Annie Stromberg, at Moline, Ill., April 9, 1899, age 78 years. Mr. Lerch lived for many years on a farm two miles west of Friendship, immigrating here from Austria. About three years ago he went to live with his son, Frank but for some time has made his home with his daughter in Moline. The remains were brought to Chicago and intered in the Union Ridge cemetery, Norwood Park. The deceased leaves a widow, one daughter, Mrs. Annie Stromberg, and two sons, John and Frank of Chicago, Ill., to mourn his death. LEVINGS, Gertrude H. Surnames: Levings, Hoatling Source: the genealogy of the "Leavens name including Levings," 1903, by Philo French Leavens: Gertrude Hoatling Levings b. 19 Sept. 1799 New York; d. 26 May 1863 in Adams County, Wi., buried in Fordham Cemetery. LEWKE, Darryl S. Darryl S. Lewke 1959-2001 Surnames: Borkowicz, Hamill, Miller, Reichoff Source: Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter Thur. Feb. 8,2001 Darryl Scott Lewke, age 42, of Friendship, died Monday, Jan. 29, 2001 in Adams County Memorial Hospital, Friendship, following an automobile accident. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 2, in Roseberry's Funeral Home, Friendship. Pastor Sam Downey officiated. Cremation followed the services. Scott was born Sept. 23, 1959 in Chicago to Fred and Pat (Hamill) Lewke. He grew up in the Chicago area, moving to the Adams-Friendship area in 1979. Scott married Connie Reichhoff on June 28, 1980 in Adams. He worked as a foreman for Seating Systems Inc. of Illinois. He was preceded in death by his mother, Pat Hamill. Survivors include: his wife, Connie Lewke of Friendship; two sons, Jeremy and Jordan Lewke, both of Friendship; a daughter, Jennifer Lewke of Friendship; his father, Fred (Eva) Lewke of Friendship; a sister, Chris Borkowicz of West Chicago, Ill., a step-sister, Dusty Lewke of Elroy; and a grandmother, Nadine Miller of Des Plaines, Ill. Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory assisted the family. LEWKO, Dorothy Ann Dorothy Ann Lewko, 1928-2000 Surname: Karnowski, LaCasse, Lewko, Miglets, Perme, Radomski Source: Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, Friday, December 29, 2000, Page 5A Dorothy Ann Lewko, 72, Friendship, died Monday Dec 25, 2000 at Adams County Memorial Hospital after a heart attack. Memorial services were Saturday Dec 30th at Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee. Mrs. Lewko was born June 23, 1928, in Milwaukee, to Clemence J. and Julia (Karnowski) Radomski. She moved with her husband to the Grand Marsh area in 1979. Survivors include two sons, John Lewko, Jr., Milwaukee and Michael A. Lewko, Adams; three daughters, Audrey Miglets, Milwaukee; Karen LaCASSE, Adams, and Sharon Perme, Madison; five brothers, Peter, Jimmy, Thomas, Bernie and Richard,; two sisters, Kathy F. and Virginia R.; 14 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Roseberry's Funeral Home, Friendship, is assisting the family with arrangements. LINDLOFF Edward Edward William Lindloff, 1884 - 1980 Surnames: Koenecke, Lindloff Source: Abstracted from the Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter [Adams, Adams Co., Wisconsin], Wednesday February 6, 1980, Page 8. Edward Lindloff died Saturday January 26, at the age of 95 years. Edward William Lindloff was born Sept. 3, 1884 at Reedsburg to Fred and Dorthea Lindloff. On Nov. 4, 1908, Edward married Meta Koenecke in Reedsburg. The couple moved from Reedsburg to Delavan, and after retiring from farming in 1948, moved to Friendship. Edward is survived by a son; a brother; a sister; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Meta; three children: Evelyn, Adeline and Gerhardt; four brothers: William, August, Herman and Albert, and one sister, Dora. Services were held at Immanuel Lutheran church, Adams, on Tuesday January 29th, and burial was in St. Peter's cemetery, Reedsburg. LLOYD, Edward "Ted" Edward "Ted" LLOYD 1912-2001 Surnames: Fowler, Hayes, Peterson, Pflum, Roger, Roney, Schultz, Stomner, Wilson Source: Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter Wed. Feb. 28, 2001 P 10 Section B Edward "Ted" Lloyd, age 88, of Oxford, died Friday, Feb. 23, 2001 in the Wis. Dells Health and Rehabilitation Center following a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held Sunday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church, Oxford, with Rev. Carol Hermann officiating. Cremation followed the traditional services and burial will be in the spring at the Oxford Cemetery. Ted was born May 3, 1912 in the town of Jackson, Adams County, the son of George and Cora (Hayes) Lloyd and lived all of his life on this farm. He had served four years in the U.S. Army during World War II and was honorably discharged. In August of 1955 he married June Wilson in the Little Brown Church in Iowa. Ted has always been a farmer, having taken over the family farm (Jordan Lake Farm) that was originated by his grandfather and was declared a century farm in the 1970's. Ted also owned and operated a full service gas station in Oxford, was an independant dump truck operator and was a rural mail carrier for 44 years. He was also a charter member of the Neenah Valley Memorial VFW, Post 6003 of Oxford. Ted is survived by his wife, June, and son Donald (Susan) of Oxford; a daughter, Bonnie (Andy) Schultz of Lyndon Station; a step-daughter, Alice Pflum of Oxford; a sister, Lula (Otto) Peterson of Oxford; sisters-in-law. Frances (John) Roger and Edith Lloyd, both of Oxford, and Viola (Wayne) Stomner of Elmhurst, Ill.; eight grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Cindy Fowler; brother, Lester G. Lloyd; and sister, Frances Roney. The Oxford Funeral Home, Oxford, assisted the family with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. LONG, Rosetta Rosetta Long, 1936 - 2001 Surnames: Long, Miller, Roberts Source: Daily Tribune [Wisconsin Rapids-Wood-WI] Rosetta Jean LONG, 64, of Friendship, died Friday, May 4, 2001, at Villa Pines Living Center, Friendship, after a lengthy illness. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Pine River Cemetery, Richland Center, where interment will follow. Ms. Long was born Oct. 6, 1936, in Richland Center, to Jerald and Marie (MILLER) LONG. Survivors include her mother and stepfather, Marie and David ROBERTS, Pardeville; three brothers, Neil (Lillie) LONG and Ronald LONG, both of Oxford, and Jerry (Mary) LONG, Edgerton; and nieces; nephews; great-nieces; and great-nephews. There will be no visitation. Roseberry's Funeral Home and Crematory, Friendship, is in charge of arrangements. LOOMIS, D. E. D. E. Loomis, d. 1904 Surname: Loomis Source: Adams County Press, April 23, 1904, Page 5 D. E. Loomis Dead D. E. Loomis, for many years one of Kilbourn's most prominent business men and merchants, died at his home in that town Monday. He was in his usual health up to noon and partook of dinner with his family, soon after he was taken ill and died suddenly of heart failure. He leaves a wife and two daughters...(obit continues) LOOMIS, Mrs. A. E. Mrs. A. E. (Sylvia L. Balcome) Loomis, 1852 - 1906 Surnames: Arthur, Balcome, Hagerman, Loomis, Patterson, Vancise Source: Adams County Press, Jan 19, 1907, Page 4 Mrs. A. E. Loomis died December 20th 1906 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Arthur at Big Flats, aged 54 years, 8 months and 4 days. Sylvia L. Balcome was born at Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, April 16th, 1852; and was united in marriage with A. E. LOOMIS at Monroe, Green County, on Feb 2nd, 1851. In 1877 they moved to Cottonwood County, Minnesota, where they lived the greater portion of their married life. After leaving that place they resided at Walnut Grove for five years, and Mrs. Loomis will be remembered by a large number of the older residents at that place. She was also a member of the Methodist church, having joined while living at Walnut Grove. To Mr. and Mrs. Loomis six children were born, four daughters, Mrs. George Arthur and Mrs. V. L. VanCise of Big Flats, Mrs. J. G. Hagerman of Clarence Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. W. Patterson of Stanwood, Iowa. All of the children were with their mother during her last hours except Mrs. Hagerman. Mrs. Loomis has been a great sufferer of valvular heart disease. She visited last winter with her children in Iowa, returning to Big Flats in May. She has been unable to attend to household duties for the past two years although able to be up and around. The funeral was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Arthur, and she was laid to rest in the Big Flats cemetery. LOSEY, Libbie Libbie Losey, d. 1884 Source: Adams County Press, Saturday January 3, 1885, P5 Died--Losey--in Monroe, Adams County, Wisconsin, October 3, 1884, Libbie Losey, of tumor, aged 22 years. She was an old teacher of this county, widely known and greatly respected in the northern part of it. LOVELL, Mrs. Jane B. Mrs. Jane B. Lovell, Nov 7 1813 - Aug 7 1903 Surnames: Lovell, Marsh Source: Adams County Press, Saturday Aug 15 1903, P4C2 An Old Settler Dead Mrs. Jane B. Lovell died at her home in Quincy, Adams county, Wis., on Friday, August 7, 1903. She was born at Wethersfield, Conn. on November 7, 1813, and was therefore lacking but a few months of ninety years of age at the time of her death. She had been a resident of Quincy for many years. Deceased is survived by two daughters, one residing in Quincy and the other in Dakota. Emmett Marsh of Quincy is a grandson of the deceased. Funeral services were held at the home in Quincy Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. A. H. Smith, and the interment was in the lower Quincy cemetery. The large attendance of friends and neighbors at the funeral attest their respect for the deceased and sympathy for the bereaved relatives. LUECK, Shirley A. Shirley A. Lueck, 1935-2001 Surnames: Brown-Vroman, Burke, Mithhart, Nickell, Smithheart, Wheeler Source: Abstracted from the Daily Tribune [Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co., WI], Friday August 17 2001 Shirley A Lueck, 65, Fairborn, Ohio, formerly of Adams County, died Monday, Aug. 13, 2001, at her home in Ohio. Mrs. Lueck was born Sept. 9, 1935, in Tyler, Texas, to Grady and Lottie (Smithhart) Burns. She married Franklin Lueck in Las Vegas. She was a homemaker. Survivors include one son, Guy; three daughters, Denise (Charlie) Brown-Vroman; Suevelyn (Mitchell) Nickell, and RaMona (Gregg) Wheeler; and two grandchildren. Memorial services were Sunday at Roseberry's Funeral Home, Friendship. Interment was in South Burr Oak Cemetery, Adams County Town of Richfield. LUMBY, Dee Robert Fredric D. R. F. Lumby, d. 1913 From the Adams County Press, February 1, 1913, Page 8 Dee Robert Fredric Lumby, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lumby, died at the home of his grandfather, James Cleland, New Chester, last Friday, aged 2 years, 3 months and 4 days. The precious little one has gone where he will know no sorrow, pain or care, to be one of God's bright little jewels, which thought helps to sooth the ache in the heart of loved ones left behind. And the dear little hands extended, calling "papa, mama, come this way." Funeral services were held in the New Chester church, Sunday at 1 o'clock conducted by Rev. C. V. Robinson and the remains laid to rest in the Oak Hill cemetery south of Lawrence. LUMBY, Henry Henry Lumby, 1875 - 1964 Surnames: Lumby, Piper Abstracted from the Daily Tribune, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co., Wisconsin, Tuesdday May 12, 1964 Henry Lumby, 88, of the town of Preston, died Sunday at his home. He had farmed in the area all his life. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Roseberry's in Friendship, with burial to be in Mt Repose cemetery. Henry was a native of the town of Quincy, where he was born July 10, 1875 to Mr and Mrs William Lumby. He was married in the same township to Elizabeth Piper, who preceded her husband in death in 1947. He is survived by one son, one brother, one grandchild, 11 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. LUMBY, Theresa Theresa Lumby, 1862 - 1899 Surname: Lumby Source: Adams County Press, Saturday January 14, 2001, P1C4 DIED--Theresa Lumby of Quincy, died at Arcadia on January 4, 1899. She was born in Fond du Lac county in August 1862. Her remians were brought to Quincy for burial. Rev. D. J. Stevenson conducted the funeral services at the home. LUMBY, William William Lumby, d. 1904 Source: Adams County Press, Saturday September 24, 1904, Page 5 William Lumby died at his home in this village, Wednesday forenoon at 9 o'clock. The deceased was a veteran of the War of the rebellion, and a member of Badgero Post, G. A. R. of this village. He had long been a resident of the county, living in the town of Quincy, before moving to this village several years ago. A suitable obituary will appear next week.
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