Obituary of Lawrence Morgan -
August 30, 1930
High Power Wire Fatal
Lawrence Morgan, Injured
at Oshkosh, to be buried at Hollandtown.
Lawrence Morgan 27 years old, of the town of Morrison, Brown-co, who
died of burns Saturday after vcoming in contact with a high tension
wire Friday at Oshkosh, will be buried at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning
from S. Francis church, Hollandtown.
Morgan an employe of the Wisconsin Public Service company, Oshkosh, was
trimming trees when a wire carrying 66,000 volts fell on the tree on
which he was working. Other workmen pulled him from the tree
and worked over him several hours.
The body was taken to Kaukauna and taken from the Fargo Funeral home to
the John Flynn residence in Hollandtown.
Survivors of Morgan are his widow, two children, Ruth and Thomas; his
father, Cornelius Morgan of Morrison; one brother Norbert of Lark,
Brown Co; four sisters: Mrs Pat Cavanaugh, Manitowoc; Miss Cathrine
Morgan, Green Bay; Mrs. Roland Couliard, Milwaukee; and Miss Margaret
Morgan of Lark.
Submitted by: Pat Matzke