SCJ

13 Jun 1907

Charles Zingler Buried

The body of Chas. Zingler arrived here from Spokane, Wash., Monday and the funeral was held Tuesday from the Lutheran Church, Rev. F.F. Selle, officiating.  His age was 23 years, 8 months and 9 days.  The parents of the young man, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Zingler have the earnest sympathy of the community in this sorrow that has come into their lives.  The particulars of the young manís death are not known only that it was very sudden and caused by some sort of poisoning.  Inquires have been sent for full particulars and as soon as we know will be published in the Journal.

 

Advocate

13 Jun 1907

The body of Chas. Zingler arrived Monday from Spokane, Wash.  The funeral was held Tuesday at the Lutheran Church, Rev. Selle officiating.  The deceased was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Zingler.  He had been west about three years.  He was a member of M.B.A. and had a $2,000 insurance policy.

 

V.W.

7 Jun 1907, page 12

Zingler, Karl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Zingler from here, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly, with only a suspect of his brotherís heath about two weeks ago.  He passed away on Tuesday 4 June in Spokane, in the state of Washington

Karl Zingler was born on 16 September 1883 (?) in Town Waukechon.  Before twenty four years of age, he was suffering with a spinal cord disease.  He worked several years in Minnesota and went to the state of Washington a few weeks ago.  Those mourning his death are his grieving parents, four brothers, Gustav, Frank and Emil in this city and Robert in Oshkosh, also three sisters, Mrs. Emma Wirth and Minnie and Hattie Zingler.