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17 May 1906


Death of Two Old Settlers


During the last week two old settlers of Shawano County have passed away.  August Pahlow, of the town of Belle Plaine, died last Friday at his home.  He was one of the early pioneers of the county and a veteran of the civil war, being a member of Co. F. 44 Reg. Wis. Vol.  He leaves a number of children.  The funeral was held Sunday and was largely attended.

Wm Binder died last week at his home in the town of Pella.  He was a highly respected resident of his town and the father of Aug. Binder.



24 May 1906

Wm. Binder one of the best known farmers in this locality, passed away last Friday at the ripe old age of 80 years.  The deceased was born in Germany, July 22, 1825, and about 1862 came to this country with his wife and family, settling in Dodge County.  He later moved to the town of Belle Plaine and for many years was the owner of what is now the Ed Krewaldt Farm.  When he disposed of this farm he purchased an acre of land of his son August in the town of Pella and built a house thereon, where himself and wife continued to reside up to the time of her death about a year ago.  Two sons, August and Herman, survive the deceased.  Funeral services were held at Pella Opening, Monday afternoon, Rev. Schilling officiating,---Clintonville Tribune


18 May 1906, Pella


Binder, Wilhelm passed away last Friday at the age of eighty-one years and was buried on Monday, 14 May.  He leaves two sons, Herman and August, both living in Pella.  His wife preceded him in death about two years ago.  The deceased was born on 22 July 1825 in Graefenhagen, Kreis Naugard, District of Stettin and served in the Infantry-Regiment in 1848-1849.