Death Notices and Obituary Index

For Milwaukee and the Surrounding Communities

Sources: The Milwaukee Journal, The Milwaukee Sentinel, other various newspapers
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Source: Milwaukee Sentinel, 23 July 1913

(Wed. morning)
Mrs. Robert Wagner, 63 years old, wife of Robert Wagner, 1919 Cedar street, died Thursday [sic - Tuesday?] afternoon. Funeral services will be held at the residence at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Burial at Forest Home cemetery will be private.



Germania Herold und Morgenblatt, 14 Feb 1917
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Mary Wagner, born Goelz, beloved wife of Matt. Wagner and mother of George, Clara, and Oliva, died on Monday, 12 Feb. at 8:30 in the evening. The funeral will take place on Monday, 15 February at 8:30 in the morning from the mourning home, no. 743 New York Avenue, to Sacred Heart Church, St. Francis. Private condolences please, to the mourning and grief stricken.



Source: Milwaukee Sentinel, 12 Jan 1927 (Wed, latest city edition)

Large headline "Furniture Co. Pioneer Here is Dead at 83 - Robert Wagner came to Milwaukee in 1863; Was Long Ill"

Robert Wagner, 83, a resident of Milwaukee since 1863 and formerly owner of the Milwaukee Furniture company, died yesterday at his home 3304 Cedar street, after a short illness. He is survived by three daughters Miss Frieda Wagner, a teacher at the Grand Avenue school; Mrs. Adele W. Calhoun, and Mrs. L.K. Bolton, Des Moines, Iowa, and one son, Hugo C. Wagner of Evanston, Ill. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the home, Burial will be in Forest Home cemetery.

Source: Milwaukee Journal, 12 Jan 1927 (Wed), with photo

Last Rites Thursday for Robert Wagner, 83

Mr. Wagner came to Milwaukee in 1863 from Germany. He started the Milwaukee Furniture Co. a few years later, but the panic of 1893 forced him out of business. Since that time {section illegible} Milwaukee representative for M.L. Barrett & Co., Chicago, sandpaper manufacturers. Until the day of his death, he was active in business, driving his car around the city, making from 12 to 20 calls a day.



Newspaper Unknown Probably Milw. Journal Monday Dec 18, 1911 P 4 Col 2


Albert Wallber, who died here on Sunday, Saw Military Service

Albert Wallber, aged 69, 274 Kewaunee st., brother of Judge Emil Wallber, the local German consular agent, died on Sunday at his home. Heart failure is believed to have caused his death. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Max Griebsch, and a son, Ralph Wallber.
Mr. Wallber was the secretary of the Brewers Association and formerly was engaged in the insurance business. He was born in Germany and came to Milwaukee in 1855. During the war of the rebellion he was adjutant in the Twenty-sixth volunteer regiment. In the Battle of Gettysburg, he was taken prisoner and after spending ten months in Libby prison he escaped through a tunnel. No funeral arrangements have been made yet.

Mr. Wallber was for fifty years a member of the Turnverein Milwaukee and a secretary of the Turner Pioneers.

Tuesday Dec 19, 1911 P 10 Col 3


The funeral of the late Capt Albert Wallber will be held from the house, 274 Kewaunee st. at 2 O'clock on Wednesday. There will be brief services there and at the chapel, Forest Home. The commemorative will be under the authority of EB Wolcott Post of which Capt Wallber was a member. Post Commander Parker asks all members who can to attend the services at both places.

Thursday Dec. 21, 1911 P 5 Col 6


Comrades of EB Wolcott Post Turn Out in Honor of Dead Member

The funeral of Capt Albert Wallber, secretary of the Milwaukee Brewers Association, was held Wednesday afternoon with interment at Forest Home Cemetery.
At the residence, 274 Kewaunee st, and address was delivered in German by Asst Supt of Schools Leo Stern, a lifelong friend of the deceased. At the services in the Forest Home Chapel Supt Stern made a short address in German while Col. JA Watrous, USA, retired, delivered an address in English. The services at the grave were under direction of Post Commander EF Parker of EB Wolcott Post GAR, assisted by past commanders Wade H. Richardson and FA Walsh. The members of the post turned out in full force to honor their comrade.

Capt Wallber went out as a first lieutenant and the adjutant of the Twenty-sixth Wisconsin, the regiment in which Fredrich C. Winkler went out as captain and of which he afterward became the Colonel. Capt Wallber proved an exceptionally competent officer, though only 20 when the war broke out.

He was wounded and taken prisoner at Gettysburg and was one of those who escaped from Libby Prison in February, 1864 with Gen Hobart and others. A year ago he read a paper before the Loyal Legion of Wisconsin giving a description of the tunnel and the escape, and this is to appear in the next historical volume to be published by the Loyal Legion.



Source: Milwaukee Journal Sunday December 24, 1939 Part IV Page 1
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WALLNER: Casper, Dec. 22, residence 5033 N. 19th pl. aged 48 years, beloved husband of Adele, fond father of Mrs. Ann Durkee, Emma, Casper, Jr., and Nancy. Further survived by 1 sister, 1 brother and 2 grandchildren. Remains resting after 1 p.m. Sunday at the Independant Mortuary, 1451 N. 27th st. Funeral services Tuesday, Dec. 26 at 3:15 p.m. Interment Evergreen.



Source: Der Nord Westen (Manitowoc, Wis), 22 Oct. 1908

Gust. Walter of Two Rivers, who was working on a building in Milwaukee, died Monday in a fall from that building. The unfortunate man was 48 years of age and is survived in Two Rivers by a widow and several children.



Source: Wauwatosa News, Jan. 10, 1903

Luther A. Warren died Jan. 6, 1903. He was the son of Jonathan M. Warren and Lavinia Damon. Mr. Warren was born in Grafton, Mass., March 31, 1834. In August 1938, his parens moved to Wauwatosa where they raised a large family of whom, Mrs. John M. Wheeler, of Wauwatosa, Mrs. Wm. Mellvaine, of Oak Park, Ill., Mrs. E.W. Fowler, of Chicago, and Mr. J.D. Warren, of Wauwatosa still survive.

The family first lived in a log house on the river, but in 1842 moved to a log house on the site of the present homestead on Wauwatosa Ave. His parents were among the original members of the Congregational church in this city.

As a young man Mr. Warren taught in the public school during winters and farmed the rest of the year. In 1859, he moved to the Underwood (now Robbins) farm, he then moved to Milwaukee in 1865, where he remained for twenty seven years. he was associated with Northwestern National Fire Insurance Co. In Milwaukee he was a member of the Grand Ave. Congregational church, where he was church treasurer and leader fo the choir for many years.

Mr. Warren married Miss Anna L. Hoppin, Jan. 11, 1859, at Columbus, Wis. She and her daughters, Mrs. C.G. Wade, Mrs. Wm. R. Netherent, and Mrs. H.W. Nickerson, who all reside here, survive him along with fifteen grandchildren. Mr. Warren has resided at the Warren homestead for the past ten years.

The funeral was held at the homestead, Dr. Thain officiated with interment in Wauwatosa Cemetery.



WIESNER--John Wiesner, at 6:20 a.m., April 16, at the age of 78 years. Funeral Friday, April 19, at 8:15 a.m. from the residence, 1227 Vliet St., to St. Joseph's church, Eleventh and Cherry Sts. Interment at Calvary. Please omit flowers.



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Source: Milwaukee Journal, May 20, 1915

WELBES: Monday, May 17, 1915 at 2:30 p.m., the Rev. Peter H. Welbes, aged 62 years, at the residence, 252 Howell Ave. Funeral, Friday, May 21, at 9:30 a.m. Interment at Mount Olive Cemetery.



Source: Milwaukee Herold und Seebote, 31 Jan 1907
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Charles Wendlandt died on Monday, the 29 of January, age 70 years, 1 month, 1 day. The funeral will be Thursday, the 31 January, at the 2:00 after midday, from the mourning home, No. 1112 Biddle Street, from there to Forest Home Cemetery. Private condolences please, to the mourning and bereaved.



Source: Necedah Republican [Necedah, Juneau County, Wisc.], Thursday Nov. 16, 1911, Page 1


Death of an Early Necedah Pioneer

The death of the subject of this sketch marks the passing of one of the earliest pioneers of this community. Sixty years have passed since she first came to Necedah with her husband as a happy bride, and became identified and associated with its development and progress. In al the years that have since intervened her personality her personality has only reflected that which is good and true in all relations of life.

Mrs. Elizabeth Weston, nee Dawes, was born April 19, 1828 at Machias, Maine, and departed this life at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 5, 1911. When about twenty-three years old she came to Wisconsin with her parents, settling near Portage City. In 1852 she became the wife of Thomas Weston, the senior member of the pioneer lumber firm of T. Weston & Co., which had just begun operations at Necedah and in the pineries to the northward. Mr. Weston passed to the life beyond November 24, 1887, nearly twenty-four years ago. Except the past five years Mrs. Weston's home was Necedah. Since then her residence has been in Minneapolis and Milwaukee, moving to the latter city two years ago last June.

The following children survive their parents: Mrs. Helen King of Spring Green; Hiram Weston of Jefferson; Mrs. May Godfrey, Mrs. Emma Robinson, Mrs. Laura Hutchinson of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Elizabeth Reichel of Grand Rapids. Three children pre-deceased their parents: John, Hattie and Mrs. Dolly Parham.

Tuesday morning following her death a short service was held at the home in Milwaukee, conducted by her pastor, Rev. C. H. Beale of the Grand Avenue Congregational Church, after which the remains were taken to Necedah. On Thursday morning services were held from the old home, conducted by Rev. J. H. Rowland of Union Grove, assisted by Rev. Klein of the local M. E. Church and a very large number of the old friends and neighbors attended. Interment was made in the family lot in Bayview cemetery. During the hour of service all the business places in the village were closed out of respect to the memory of the departed...

Submitter: Joan M Benner <> Golden Rule Genealogy Golden Rule Genealogy Specializing in Central Wisconsin Records Member, Association of Professional Genealogists




Mrs. Eva Whitcomb, 75, widow of E. D. Whitcomb of Milwaukee, who was associated with the Milwaukee Electric co., died Tuesday morning at the Waukesha Memorial hospital after a lingering illness. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Sidney R. Smith and Mrs. Morris L. Otis of Waukesha.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m., Thursday from the Arthur Caspar funeral home in Waukesha with the Rev. F. W. Lickfield officiating. Interment will be in the Forest Home cemetery in Milwaukee.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p. m., Wednesday until time of funeral.



Source: Milwaukee Herold und Seebote, 2 Jul 1906
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Christian Wick -- Friend and neighbor, the sad news that the much beloved husband, father, father-in-law and grandfather, Christian Wick, on Saturday, 30 June, at 5:15 in the morning, age 70 years, 6 months, after a long serious illness and provided with the holy last sacrament, is resting in peace. The funeral will be Monday, 3 July, at 8:00 in the morning, from the mourning home, No. 1106 Garfield Avenue, to St. Boniface Church, and then to Calvary Cemetery. Private condolences please, to the mourning and bereaved: Margaretha Wick, born Oppermann, wife, Julius and John William, sons, Katharina Fredrich, daughter; Theresia Wick, daughter-in-law; Karl Fredrich, son-in-law, together with grandchildren, and the bereaved.



Source: Milwaukee Herold, 30 Dec 1926
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Margareth Wick, born Oppermann -- Friend and neighbor, the sad news that the much beloved Mutter, mother-in-law, grandmother, and sister, Margaretha Wick, born Oppermann on Wednesday the 29 December, at 1:00 after midday, age 78 years, after a long illness was provided with the holy last sacrament, is resting in peace. The funeral will be Monday, 3 of January, at 9:30 in the morning, from the house of son John Wm. Wick, 1667 Bartlett Ave, Shorewood, then to St. Elizabeth Church, and from there to Calvary Cemetery. Private condolences please, to the mourning and bereaved: Mrs. Chas. B. Friedrich, John Wm. Wick, children; Mrs. George Hauf, Mrs. John Hauf, Miss Anna Oppermann, sisters, Mrs. Catherine Wick, daughter-in-law; together with 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Third Order and the Christian Mother's Society of St. Elizabeth Church.



Milwaukee Sentinel of March 4, 1940


Mrs. Beatrice Williams, 63, of 3426 N. Cramer st., a member of a pioneer Milwaukee family who died Saturday night at St. Mary's hospital, will be buried Tuesday in Forest Home cemetery, following services at 2:30 p. m. at the Weiss chapel, 1901 N. Farwell av. She had been ill for some time.

Her father, George Burroughs, was a trunk manufacturer here in early days. She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal church for many years, and of the General Pershing chapter of the American War Mothers. Born in Milwaukee, she made this city her home all of her life.

Surviving are her husband, Dean R. Williams, a manufacturers' agent; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred E. Dibbert and Mrs. Julia E. Wendt; two sons, Harold D. and James A.; a sister, Mrs. Herbert E. Derrick, Cambridge, N. Y.; a brother, Edward S. Burroughs, Pewaukee, Wis.; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.



Newspaper unknown October 25, 1941


Accident Fatal to Noted U. of W. Football Star of 50 Years Ago
Dean Williams, 68, Milwaukee representative of the Erie Forge Co., who was a football great at the University of Wisconsin 50 years ago, was fatally injured in a fall at the Liederkranz cafe, 779 N. Front st., shortly before midnight Thursday.

After attending the Milwaukee "W" club dinner at the Athletic club Thursday night, he went to the cafe with several friends. Opening a door that he believed led to a washroom, he tumbled down basement steps. His skull was fractured in the fall and he died at the county emergency hospital an hour later.

Played in 1891-92

Mr. Williams was the only letterman of 50 years ago in the "W" club, at which he was one of the founders. He played end on the 1891-92 teams. He never lost his interest in university athletics, seldom missing a football or basketball game at Madison. He was among the Wisconsin rooters who watched the Badgers win the national collegiate basketball championship at Kansas City last year.

Members of the "W" club recalled Friday that he had been absent only once from the club dinner-meetings in many years. That was last April when his associates secretly planned to present him with a diamond studded "W" in token of his fiftieth anniversary as a letter winner. He learned of it in advance and, as one member put it, "ducked out of town."
Former Purchasing Agent

Mr. Williams, who lived at 3426 N. Cramer st., was formerly purchasing agent for the A.O. Smith Corp. and assistant purchasing agent for the Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co. He was a member of the Old Settlers', Elks and Athletic clubs.

He is survived by two sons, Harold D. and James A.; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred E. Dibbert and
Mrs. Julia E. Wendt, and a sister, Mrs. Zaidee Hildebrand, all of Milwaukee.

Funeral Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Philip J. Weiss funeral parlors, 1901 N. Farwell av. Burial will be in Forest Home Cemetery.



Death date: died on January 6, 1923

Newspaper date unknown


The completion of his short life's ambition came to Lawrence Williams, 14 years old, just before his death when he received the last one of five medals for five years of perfect attendance at the St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday School and was presented with a bible which is awarded to its pupils.

Lawrence was stricken with appendicitis shortly after, was operated upon and died on Saturday. He was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Dean R. Williams, 460 Webster Place. His father is president of Williams, Cole & Wolff, Inc., manufacturers' agents. Besides his parents he is survived by two brothers; James A. and Harold; two sisters, Mrs. E. Wiley; and Beatrice Williams.

Lawrence was to have been graduated from the eighth grade of the Maryland avenue school in June and his class attended the funeral services which were held from the home Monday afternoon. Burial was in Forest Home cemetery.



Died on Jan 28, 1974

JACK D. WILSON, 73, JOURNAL RETIREE, DIES Jack D. Wilson, a retired circulation manager for The Milwaukee Journal Company and a prominent member of state and national veterans organization, died Monday morning at the Veterans Administration Hospital at Wood. Wilson, 73, of 3727 S. 84th St., had been suffering from a blood disease. An autopsy will be conducted. He worked for The Journal Company for 43 years, retiring in 1966 as a district manager for city circulation. Wilson, who joined the Navy in 1918 at the age of 17, worked in many capacities for veterans groups. In 1967 he was elected chef de chemin de fer, the highest office in the 40 et 8, the American Legion's funmaking organization. He also served as national deputy chief of staff in the Veterans of World War I of the USA, Inc. and served in many other offices at state and national levels for American Legion units. He had served as national director of activities and national vice commander of the 40 et 8, and was the group's state secretary. He was born in Crafton, Pa., and was educated in public schools in Pelahatchie, Miss. Wilson was a member of Carig-Schlosser American Legion Post, Voiture 85 of the 40 et 8, Veterans of World War I of the USA and St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. He was a 32 degree Mason, a member of Tripoli Temple and the Damascus Masonic Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Nora; two daughters; and a brother, Robert M., of Edwards, Miss. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Ermenc Funeral Home, 5325 W. Greenfield Ave., West Milwaukee. The body will be at the funeral home from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. American Legion services will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home followed by Masonic services at 8:30 p.m. Entombment will be in Forest Home Cemetery.



Source: Der Nord Westen (Manitowoc, Wis), 11 July 1895

Death in Milwaukee on Sun. of Charles Winter of a heart attack. The deceased, age 21 and single, leaves his mother and 4 sisters who are residents in Town Manitowoc Rapids. The casket was brought here and buried yesterday morning in the Catholic Cemetery # 43 Manitowoc.



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Source: Unknown, likely Milw. Newspaper

WOELK: Fred, [27 Oct [1843]-14 Mar 1934); of 2903 N. 58th st., Wednesday, Mar. 14, at 6:30 a.m., aged 90 years, beloved husband of Henriette (nee Thomas), father of Henriette Schaefer, father-in-law of Charles Schaefer, grandfather of Thomas and Audrey Schaefer. Funeral Saturday, Mar.
17, with services at 3 p.m. at the Zwaska Funeral Home, N. 24th and W. Center sts. Interment Valhalla cemetery.



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Source: Unknown, likely Milw. Newspaper

WOELK: Henrietta [1 May 1860-9 Apr (1937)] (nee Thomas) of 2903 N. 58th st., Saturday, Apr. 9, aged 77 years, 11 months. Mother of Mrs. C.W. Schaefer, grandmother of Thomas and Audrey, mother-in-law of C.W. Schaefer, also survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers. Funeral Tuesday, Apr. 12, with services at 2 p.m. at the Funeral Home of Frank A. Zwaska & Sons, N. 24th and W. Center sts. Interment Valhalla Cemetery. In state Monday a.m.

Obit: Mrs. Henrietta Woelk. A resident of Milwaukee all her life, Mrs Henrietta Woelk died Saturday at her home 2903 N. 58th st., after a long illness.

She was 77. Her husband, Fred, a grocer, died four years ago.

Mrs. Woelk was a member of St. Paulís Evangelical Lutheran Church. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Henrietta Schaefer, Milwaukee, two brothers, Paul Thomas, Miami Fla., and Walter Thomas, Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. Pauline Woelk, Mrs. William Bringe and Mrs. Otto Karow, all of
Milwaukee. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Zwaska funeral rooms, 2400 W. Center st., with burial in Valhalla cemetery.



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Source: Unknown, likely Milw. Newspaper

WOELK: Herman A., [22 Aug 1863-14 Jan 1930] 309 Locust st., beloved husband of Pauline (nee Thomas), father of Pauline Woelk and Frieda Ecklund, father-in-law of Erick Ecklund, brother of Fred Woelk; Tuesday, Jan 14 , aged 65 years. Funeral from the chapel of Fass & Son, 730 3d st.,
Friday, Jan.17, at 2 p.m. Interment Valhalla cemetery.



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Source: Unknown, likely Milw. Newspaper

WOELK: Pauline M., [13 Aug 1863-15 Jan [1942]) 826 W. Nash st., Jan 15, beloved mother of Pauline Woelk and Frieda Ecklund, mother-in-law of Eric A. Ecklund and grand-mother of Eric, jr. and Pauline, sister of Mrs. Julia Bringe, Mrs Elsa Karow, Walter and Paul Thomas. Services at the Fass Funeral Home 3601 N. Oakland av., Saturday, at 2 p.m. Interment Valhalla cemetery.



Source: Der Nord Westen, 04 Mar. 1909

Mr. A. Woellert, who moved from here to Milwaukee, died there last week at age 25 following a short illness. In addition to his widow he is survived by his mother and several sisters.


Hugo Wollmer

Source: Der Nord Westen (Manitowoc, Wis), 22 Nov. 1894:

Mr. Hugo Wollmer, son of Mrs. Bieling of Manitowoc, died in Milwaukee on 07 Nov. shortly after returning from the State of Washington. The body was brought here and buried in the city cemetery.



Wolter, Jerome A. "Jerry" Tues. June 4, 1996, age 75 years. Beloved husband, dear brother-in-law. Also survived by 2 nephews, other relatives and many friends. Visitation at the Funeral Home Fri. 4-8 PM Prayer SErvice at 7 PM Funeral Sat. Am from the funeral Home to St. Augustine Church at 9:30 AM. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Jerry was a retiree of Nordberg, member of Holy Name and Usher's Societies. Dartball Team, Moose Lodge No. 49 and Bay View Post 180, American Legion-Ritual Fri. at 6:30PM Prasser-Kleczka Bay View Chapel



Worzalla, Valerian A. "Larry" Age 62, Born into Eternal Life June 3, 1996. Beloved husband of the late Barbara. Devoted father of the late Scott. Survived by 2 sons. Dear Grandfather, dear brother. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Also special thanks to his friends at D.P. Hamache Associates. There will be a Service Fri., June ? 3 PM at Holy Cross Cemetery, 7301 W. Nash. Please meet at the chapel.



Obituary-Frederick Wrase
The Milwaukee Journal
Wednesday, 22 January 1947, page 12

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"WRASE, Fred, at the residence, 1606 N. Farwell av., Jan. 20, at the age of 61 years, beloved husband of Mary (nee Wray), father of Helen Wrase of LaPorte, Ind.; Robert and Barbara of Milwaukee; 2 sisters and 1 brother also survives. Services and interment Thurs., Jan 23, at LaPorte, Ind. In state at the Voth & Anderson Funeral Home, 2427 W. National Av. Tues. evening."



Unknown Newspaper probably Manitowoc County

Mrs. G. Wright Dies Saturday Mrs. George P. Wright, Milwaukee, former resident of Kiel, died Saturday of last week at her home, at the age of 58 years. Her husband is in charge of sales in the Milwaukee territory for the Kiel Table Co., and years ago the family lived here, in the residence opposite the Schobert home on Fifth street. She is survived by her husband, two children, Fred A. Wright and Mrs. Phyllis Markhoff, and two sisters. Funeral services were held at Milwaukee Monday. - 1904



From: (Wauwatosa News, Apr. 8, 1899)

Thomas Gore Wright, aged 16 years, died Tuesday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Wright. He was born in Milwaukee in March, 1883 and had been suffering from lung trouble for about two years. Funeral services were held at his parents' home on First Ave., this city, by Rev. S.S. Walker, burial at Wauwatosa Cemetery.

Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Turner, Mrs. Lizzie Gilson, Mrs. C.F. Eckel and her son, Stanley Eckel, of Port Washington; Mrs. Geo. Hawes and R.L. Gove of Waukesha, attended the funeral of Thos. Wright.