Kain of Ireland to city of Oconto
Aug. 27, 1908
Howard Francis Kain died at 1:00 last Saturday morning at the home of his father, Flan Kain, in Frenchtown of organic heart and stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted for several years but confined to his bed only a few days.
Deceased was born in this city June 22, 1886 and lived here all his life being employed as teamster for the Oconto Company here and in its camp. His father, four brothers, George, Mike, John and Hudson, and one sister, Stella, all of this city survive to mourn his loss.
The funeral was held from St. Joseph’s church at 9:00 Monday morning, Rev. Fr. Selbach, officiating, with internment in the catholic cemetery.The friends from out of the city were: Mr. and Mrs. Gleason and two sons, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. J. Devereaux, Mr. and Mrs. Simon McTavish, North Branch; Mr. and Mrs. George Trepanier and family, Oconto Falls.