Transcription: Submitted by Arne H Trelvik 25 June 2003
Surnames: Bagley, Buzatt, Simonton, Smith
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Source 1: La Crosse, WI: La Crosse Daily Republican & Leader, Wednesday, January 27, 1886, page 3 column 1


Personal Mention

Mrs. Mary Simonton, widow of Colonel John S. Simonton, died at midnight last night. She born in the town of Easton, New Jersey, August 11, 1808, and moved to La Crosse in 1853, since when she has been a resident of this city. The funeral will take place at three p.m. to-morrow (Thursday), from the residence of O. L. Smith, on Fourth street

La Crosse Daily Republican & Leader, Friday, January 29, 1886, page 3 column 2
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Simonton took place from the residence of O. L. Smith, Thursday afternoon at three o’clock. Rev. D. B. Cheny of the First Baptist Church officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bagley, of Milwaukee were present at the obsequies. The remains were taken to Oakwood cemetery for interment. Deceased would have been seventy-eight years old next Augnst. [sic]


Source 2: La Crosse, WI: La Crosse Daily Republican & Leader, Friday, January 29, 1886, page 3 column 2


The funeral of Mrs. Mary Simonton took place from the residence of O. L. Smith, Thursday afternoon at three o’clock. Rev. D. B. Cheny of the First Baptist Church officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bagley, of Milwaukee were present at the obsequies. The remains were taken to Oakwood cemetery for interment. Deceased would have been seventy-eight years old next Augnst. [sic]


 

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