Bessie Pumpelly, of Fond du Lac. Tuesday at a Superior Hospital where he had been a patient since May 16, He was born Sept. He had resided in this area since , living at Ramsay, Upson, and Hurley, before moving to Gile in He was employed in the lumber industry. She died in He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. James E. Hughes of New Richmond, Wis; Mrs. Carl Daley of Superior and Mrs. Mabel Epping of Portland, Ore.
The remains are at the Jelinski Funeral Home at Hurley which will be open beginning at 2 p. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 8 Thursday evening. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. Friday at the St.
Michael A. Prock officiating. Interment will be at the St.
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Mary Cemetery, Hurley. Harris, at Barksdale. The funeral will occur Thursday morning from the St. Agnes church in this city. Emelia Harris of Barksdale, with whom he made his home for years. The deceased was bon in Quebec, Can. He came to the United States in , settling at Green Bay where he lived until 25 years ago when he came to the town of Barksdale to reside.
Louis County, Minn. Bertles, a wizard at opening locks and a director in the Kellogg National bank for 20 years and a member of the school board for 12 years, president and superintendent of the Green Bay waterworks for six years and a prominent business man until a few years ago, died last night at his residence from heart failure, caused by a gen- Note: the rest of the article was cut off and was not available at the time of transcription. Paul passenger train which went over an embankment near the station at Republic, Mich.
John Gallagher, brakeman, and Curtis Schroeder, flagman, were slightly injured. None of the passengers were seriously injured. James M. Boyd - Mrs. Boyd, daughter of Hon. John Lawe, one of the pioneers of Green Bay, died at Kaukauna, March 23d, aged about sixty-five years. Despondency was the cause. No relatives. Burkhard - F. Burkhard died at Green Bay, March 29th, aged about forty-four years. He was born in Bavaria in , but had resided in Green Bay since his childhood, and was publisher of the "Concordia" newspaper. Satterlee Clark died of apoplexy at Minneapolis, Sept.
He was born in Washington City, May 23d, He early settled in Marquette County, which he represented in the assembly in and was a presidential elector in ; and subsequently locating at Horicon, he represented Dodge County in the State senate from to , and served in the assembly in He was a delegate to the national Democratic convention in , and in nearly every State Democratic convention until his death. He was for many years one of the officers and managers of the State Agricultural Society. He was a man of free and easy manners, thoroughly acquainted with the politics and leading men of the State, and possessed many genial qualities.
Winn had intended for saloonkeeper Defoy, died. His remains were taken to Depere for burial.
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Friday, 8 Nov. Daems - Rev. He was born near Diest, Belgium, Aug. When she was three months old, word came through a friendly Indian, that harm was impending over the family. The little infant Jane, was lowered into a cistern, and cared for by a faithful attendant for twenty-four hours.
The family was then hastily got together again and taken in a canoe to Mackinac, where they resided for some time. Many incidents regarding their life, the pressing of the father into the British army, his being compelled to march against his own household, etc. Dousman dying in , the family four years later removed to Green Bay.
Several years ago, the mother, Mrs. Dousman, was engaged by the Indian agent as a teacher of the Menomonees at Keshena, and was accompanied by her daughters, Jane and Kate — the latter dying while in service there. For years these devoted women labored unceasingly among those dusky people, giving the best part of their lives to the work. On the death of her mother, Jane Dousman succeeded her and labored awhile longer.
During the war her patriotic feelings were aroused, and she personally appealed to the Menomonees, and thus aided in swelling the ranks of the recruits. She at length retired to Green Bay to spend the rest of her days.
Miss Dousman exhibited great dignity of character, combined with a loveliness and gentleness that pervaded all her intercourse with friends and the world. She was loyal in her attachments and sincere always. Considerateness for the feelings and comfort of others was a trait that received exemplification even to the last of her conscious hours. Her life was a self-sacrificing one, and many of its phases had bound up in them heroisms of the kind that do not reach the outer world, but are firmly, lovingly and quietly worked out in a record of devotion to duty.
To many she was simply Aunt Jane, always — a term of endearment that continued with her days. She had many friends, largely among those who had known her for years, and regret at her death will enter many hearts.
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Her brothers, John P. Her surviving sisters were Mrs. Lefevre, near Omro, Mrs. Gustave de Neveu, Fond du Lac, and Mrs. Wiley, Merrill. Turner] Austin Doxtater Austin Doxtater, an Oneida Indian, living near Depere, was discovered dead in the bottom of a sleigh used by a number of companions for a trip to Freedom, and it is believed he was smothered to death by the other Indians sleeping on him. She was born of Delaware parents, at Cape May, N. Her sons Jacob and Cornelius Doxtator are among the most noted Oneidas, and her only daughter is the wife of Capt.
Cornelius Doxtator, who commanded a company of Oneida sharpshooters during our late Civil War. Doxtator was raised by a Quaker in Pennsylvania, and was an intelligent, amiable, and most worthy woman, retaining her bright faculties to the last. Turner] Anna Eichhorst Mrs. Anna Eichhorst, 81, of N. Superior St. Funeral services will be at 2 p. Ervin Lemke officiating.
Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Eichhorst was born Anna Wierschke March 9, She came with her parents to this country at the age of She was married to Frederich Eichhorst Aug. The family operated a farm in the township until , when she moved to DePere. Eichhorst preceded her in death Oct. Also preceding her in death were two sons, four brothers, two sisters and two grandchildren.
Survivors include six daughters Mrs. Henry Stever of Two Rivers, Mrs. Ervin Thiesfeldt, of Green Bay, Mrs. Brown County. Rueben, of the Town of Maple Grove.
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Friends may call at Schwartz Funeral Home. Morrison, until 11a. Friday when the casket will be moved to the church, where the body may be viewed from a. Thursday, 27 Apr. Funeral services will be at p. Thursday at Nickel Funeral Home and at 2 p. Koch will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery.