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Miscellaneous Contributed Dunn County
Vital Records


November 9, 1888 Dunn County News:
 
MARRIED
Freestone-Miller
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. Miller, both of Weston.

DIED

Hart - 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
 
MARRIED
Mr. Thomas Livingston and Miss Grace Davis, 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 best man.
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 city.

DEATHS

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 Evergreen.
 
Melvin Roen, 18 months old, son of Peter Roen of this city, died May 24 of scarlet fever, Rev. P. B. Trelstad officiated at the funeral.
 
John Anshus, 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.
 
Ruth Houghtaling, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Houghtaling, Tainter, died May 25.

 

 

 


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