Obituary of Dominick Brunette - April 1, 1900
Green Bay Press Gazette.
LIVED HERE ALL HIS LIFE
DOMINICK BRUNETTE DIED AT DUCK CREEK ON SUNDAY
Was Born in Green Bay in 1812 - Funeral Will Be Held at the Duck \par Creek Church Tomorrow Morning -- Leaves Five Children. \par \par Dominick Brunette, one of the oldest, if not the oldest man in Brown County and in fact, in the state of Wisconsin, died at the home of his son, M. Brunette in Duck Creek Sunday. The cause of his death was pr incipally old age. The funeral will be held at the Catholic Church at Duck Creek tomorrow morning. The remains will be taken from the house at 9:30 o'clock and the service will be held in the church at 10 o'clock. \par \par Dominick Brunette was born in Green Bay on June 25, 1812, and was at the time of his death 87 years, 9 months and 5 days old. He has always lived in Brown County and was well know by people in this section of the state.
The deceased leaves five children to mourn his death, four sons and one d aughter. The sons are Charles Brunette, M. Brunette, at whose home he died, John Brunette, all living at Duck Creek and Dominick Brunette of Stephenson, Mich. His daughter Pauline Defordan is also a resident of Duck Creek.
*Note: Dominick Brunette Jr., d. April 1, 1900.
Submitted by: Jan R Dorn