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November 9, 1888 Dunn County News:
In Weston, at the residence of the bride's parents, Nov. 7, 1888 by Rev.
A. C. Blackman, Mr. Harrison Freestone
and Miss Josie J. Mille
r, both of Weston.
- In Menomonie, Nov. 3, 1888, of typhoid pneumonia,
Mr. Henry Hart
, aged 77 years.
Mr. Hart was a native of Ireland. About forty years ago, accompanied
by his young wife, he came to America, and for twelve years was a
resident of New York City. Thence he came west and found a location in
Spring Brook, in this county, where he purchased a tract of land
which, by patient toil and skillful management, he developed into a
fine farm. About seven years ago Mrs. Hart died and a year later the
family residents of this city.
Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Hart, only two of whom, Mary
and Ella, survive. Mr. Hart was a good citizen and neighbor and died
possessed of the esteem and love of a large circle of friends.
May 26, 1905 Dunn County News
Mr. Thomas Livingston and Miss Grace
, both of Downing, were married Sunday at that place, Rev.
Smith of Arkansaw officiating. It was a quiet wedding, with only the
relative present. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Philena Davis. The
groom is a prosperous young farmer. A reception was held at the
residence of Mrs. Chas. Thompson, sister of the groom Sunday evening
Mr. John Kossoff and Miss Alice Bliss
were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bliss, in this city. The bride
was attended by her sister, Miss Maud Bliss; Fred W. Walller acted as
The bride has been employed at Massee Sister's millinery store as
trimmer. The groom is a member of the firm of Hardy & Kossoff of this
Hattie H. Brehm
, aged 15 years
died May 21 in Lucas of typhoid pneumonia. She was the daughter of
Anton Brehm. The funeral was held Tuesday. Interment was made at
, 18 months old, son of
Peter Roen of this city, died May 24 of scarlet fever, Rev. P. B.
Trelstad officiated at the funeral.
, aged 50, died May 20 at
North Menomonie of lung fever. The funeral was held May 22, Rev. P. B.
Trelstad officiating. Interment was made in Halverson cemetery. He
leaves a widow and seven children.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Houghtaling, Tainter, died May 25.
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