Obituaries Of Waukesha County Residents
Deaths, Burials, Funerals, Interments
HARRY C. TANNER
Waukesha Freeman, Wednesday, August 29, 1945 | Page 9
Mr. Harry C. Tanner, Milwaukee, died very suddenly at his home Monday evening. Mr. Turner was 78 years old and very well known to Eagle. He is survived by his wife Ida Hoswell Tanner (a former Eagle girl), one son, William R. and two grand children. Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p m. at Weiss chapel with interment in Eagle Oak Ridge cemetery.
Source: Waukesha Freeman, The | Waukesha, Wisconsin | Thursday, January 12, 1882 | Page 1
At her home in Summit, Waukesha Co., Dec. 30th, 1881, of typhoid pneumonia, Mrs. P.P. Taylor, aged fifty-nine years and nineteen days.
Mrs. Taylor was born in Albany, N.Y., December 11 1822. A few years after her parents removed to the western part of the state, in Monroe Co.; she was married to P. P. Taylor, in the town of Perington, Monroe Co., in the year 1839, and in the spring of 1840 moved with her husband to Waukesha, (then called Prairieville), Wisconsin, and there settled, staying at that place thirty odd years. In 1860 they moved to Summit, their present home. A large family sprang from this union, six daughters and five sons; one daughter died in infancy. There are ten living children and one grand-daughter that they have reared to man and womanhood. Mrs. Taylor was a hard working, tender, loving wife and mother. She was a member of the E. Methodist Church at Waueksha, having joined shortly after she came to Wisconsin. She was often heard to say "I'm only staying here on earth with my loved ones, but my home is in heaven." She mae her home that each loved one was proud to won not only it but the glad other tha always welcomed them to the shelter of her arms. There were but two children in her father's family; herself and one brother, Matthew Crawford, who resides in Schenectady, N.Y. But he could not get her in time for the funeral.
Mrs. Taylor's death was very sudden, she had been sick only one week and the loved ones as they stood about her dying couch could not believe that it was death. She passed over a dark river without a struggle and went to sleep as sweetly and peacefully as an infant. Eight of her children were at the funeral. One son, John, in Minnesota, was to far from a telegraph office to get a essage in time to come. But the saddest was her son Fred, who laid sick in another room and was not allowed to take a last look at his mother.
MISS LEAH TAYLOR
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Wednesday, May 02, 1923
Miss Leah Taylor, 74, who passed away at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Brown, Merton, was also laid to rest in Forest Hill cemetery Thursday afternoon of last week.
She was born and raised in Pewaukee, on a farm west of the village, and was a sister of George Taylor and a cousin of Dr. H. Taylor. Among those from a distance to attend the burial were Mrs. Walter White, William Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. William Farley, of New Lisbon; Miss Matilda Lindsay, Miss Gertrude Smith, Dr. and Mrs. L. Baxter, of Milwaukee. Rev. Grover Dobortine, Merton, officiated.
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Wednesday, December 27, 1922 | Page 2
Mrs. Mary Taylor, whose maiden name was Sears died Dec. 21, in the house of Dr. Richard Taylor, her brother-in-law. She was born in New York state, Dec. 20, 1833, and came with her parents to Wisconsin about the year 1838. She grew to womanhood on the old Sears farm, two miles southeast of this village, which is now owned by H. bornitzky, from where she was married to John Taylor sixty-five years ago. For many years they lived on the farm which is now the property of Albert Evert. In 1894 they sold this farm and moved to Waukesha, where Mr. Taylor died in 1903. Mrs. Taylor returned to Pewaukee to reside twelve years ago and for the last six years had made her home with Dr. and Mrs. Taylor. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon from the Taylor residence, with interment in Forest Hill cemetery, the Rev. J. S. Neff officiating.
Among the relatives who attended the funeral were her niece, Mrs. Abel Baxter, East Troy; Mrs. Dell Rhodes, Rockford, Ill.; Edward Taylor, New Lisbon; Miss Mathilda Lindsay, Milwaukee; Dr. E. R. Taylor and wife and mother, Rochester, Wis.
DR. RICHARD W. TAYLOR
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Saturday, July 03, 1926 | Page 2
Dr. Richard W. Taylor, a resident of Waukesha county for many years, died at his home in Pewaukee, Friday evening. Dr. Taylor was born in 1851 near Delafield and lived all his life in Wisconsin, except for a few years spent in the West Practicing medicine. Dr. Taylor practiced medicine 23 years in Pewaukee. He is survived by his wife, Anna Taylor, and one daughter, Anna Belle, at home, and one sister, Miss Isabelle, of Sussex. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 6, from home. Interment will be at Forest Hill cemetery, Pewaukee.
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Monday, April 09, 1923 | Page 3
Robert Taylor, a resident of Pewaukee, passed away Sunday afternoon at his home in that village. Mr. Taylor was 77 years of age and is survived by his wife, two sons, Harold and Rodger and one grandchild, Janet Taylor, all of Pewaukee. Mr. Taylor was a member of the Odd Fellows. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. from the home, Rev. Mr. Neff officiating. Interment in Forest Hill, Pewaukee.
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Wednesday, April 25, 1923 | Page 2
Miss Agness Taylor, New Lisbon, came to attend the funeral of her uncle, Robert Taylor, and remained the week following as a guest in the home of Dr. Taylor and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor and daughter, Mrs. George White, New Lisbon, recently visited relatives here for several days.
Source: Menomonee Falls News Apr 3, 1915
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DEATH CALLS HENRY TENNESON Long a Resident and respected Citizen. The ever recurring ______took their ______inroads among threir ranks of our community's pioneers, has again taken from his family, neighbors and friends, one of ________, the end was not unexpected yet, it caused sorrow and regret to all. Henry Tenneson passed over to the great beyond, Friday Evening March 26, following a gradual breaking down which he had felt for years. He had been afflicted with heart trouble and at times suffered very severely. Of a courageous nature, he bravely combated ill health and always was cheerful even to the last. He enjoyed the company of friends and his home was notable as a place of hospitality. Mr. Tenneson was a native of Cologne, Germany where he was born Mar 3, 1849. His Father, Mathew Tenneson , with a family of boys immigrated to America in the year of 1856 and settled on a farm in the town of Granville, where they were influential residents for many years. In the month of October 180 he was united in marriage to Anna Maria Fuss, the daughter of a well known Menomonee pioneer, who had settled in Fussville, in the early forties.
SAMUEL A. TENNEY
Waukesha Freeman, Thursday, March 23, 1911 | Page 2
On March 14, an old and well-known citizen of Hartland passed away, Samuel A. Tenney, after a lingering illness from dropsy and the infirmities of age.
Mr. Tenney was born in Riga, N.Y., May 22, 1825, being the son of Alvah and Rebecca C. Holdbridge Tenney. On January 16, 1845, he married Miss Lydia Fidelia Lytle of Chill, N.Y., the daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Foster Lytle. She died October 14, 1890. Five children were born to them, three of whom are living, namely, Alvah L. Tenney of Valley City, N.Dak., Mrs. Abner Johnson of West Allis and Mrs. D.J. Paul of Fresno, Cal.
Mr. Tenney came west and about the year 1847 settled in the town of Lisbon, this county, where he resided fifteen years, serving as town superintendent of schools and postmaster. He then removed to Waukesha and later purchased a farm in the town of Muskego, and engaged in raising fancy stock. He resided there for twenty years, serving as postmaster eighteen years. In 1882 he removed
to a farm near Hartland and after some years retired to spend his decling years as a resident of the village. On October 24, 1898, at Ft. Wayne, Ind., he was married to Miss Codling, of Elmhurst, Norfolk England, who survives him.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon from the Congreational church, Hartland, the Rev P H. Mason, officiating. Interment took place in the village cemetery.
IRWIN C. TERRY
Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) - July 13, 2004
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Terry, Irwin C. Of Milwaukee. Born on September 13, 1927 in West Allis, WI, the son of Irwin J. and Erna (nee Thoms) Terry, died on Monday, July 12, 2004 at West Allis Memorial Hospital at the age of 76 years. He was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church and the West Allis Kiwanis Club. He graduated from Carroll College and served in the U.S. Navy from 1945 to 1948. He worked for Cutler Hammer Eaton until his retirement in 1992 and then worked at Grasch Food. He played bridge, golf and was active in book clubs.
He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Joanne in Aug. 2000 and brother, Donald. He will be sadly missed by his children; his grandchildren; his brother; sister-in-law; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A Funeral Mass for Irwin will be on Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at 7:00 PM at St. Therese Catholic Church, 9525 W. Bluemound Rd., Wauwatosa. Visitation at the church on Wednesday from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Interment in the Duplainville Cemetery. Memorials to the West Allis Kiwanis Club, St. Therese Catholic Church or the Myasthemia Gravis Foundation would be appreciated. CESARZ, CHARAPATA & ZINNECKER Funeral Home 237 N. Moreland Blvd. Waukesha 262-542-6609
Source: Waukesha Freeman (WI) - August 21, 2000
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MILWAUKEE - Joanne Terry, of Milwaukee, died suddenly on Saturday morning, Aug. 19, 2000, at Froedtert Memorial Hospital at the age of 69.
Joanne was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church in Milwaukee and the church's Christ Care group. She enjoyed quilting and painting.
She is the beloved wife of 45 years; a dear mother; dear sister. She is a dear grandmother. Also surviving are other relatives and frineds.
Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. today, Aug. 21, at St. Therese Catholic Church, 9525 W. Bluemound Road, Milwaukee. Father Phillip Reifenberg will celebrate Mass. Friends may call at the church today from 4 p.m. until the time of the service. Interment will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22, at St. Peter & Paul Cemetery in Duplainville.
Memorials would be appreciated to either St. Therese Catholic Church or the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation.
The Cesarz, Charapata & Zinnecker Funeral Home of Waukesha, 542-6609, is serving the family.
Source: Waukesha Freeman, The | Waukesha, Wisconsin | Thursday, April 03, 1902 | Page 1
George Terwilliger, for many years a resident of East Troy and vicinity, and well known as a veteran of the civil war, died very suddenly at his home in East Troy, March 19. He was born in Ohio, came to Wisconsin in an early day, and enlisted in the army in 1861. He served until 1864. After his return home he married Miss Helen Hayes, who survives him. He also leaves two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Holcomb of Honey Creek, and Mrs. Alta Dunham of Troy Center. He was commander of Henry Conklin Post. G.A.R. at the time of his death, which Post he helped to organize. He was generally respected.
DONNA J. TEUTEBERG
Waukesha Freeman, December 1, 2007
Donna J. Teuteberg (nee Washburn) of Sullivan, formerly Pewaukee, was born to eternal life Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, at age 75.
She was the loving mother; dear grandmother; and proud great-grandmother. She is further survived by many beloved relatives and friends.
Donna was preceded in death by her husband, Willard R.; son, Michael Allen; daughter, Betty Jean; and grandson, Matthew L.
Visitation will be held from 4 p.m. until the 7 p.m. funeral service Monday, Dec. 3, at Yonke & Son Funeral Home, 205 Prospect Ave., Pewaukee. The Rev. Ann Grady will be officiating. Interment will be at Forest Hill Cemetery, Pewaukee.
Yonke & Son Funeral Home of Pewaukee, 691-1900, is serving the family.
HENRY AUGUST TEUTEBERG
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Monday, April 01, 1946 | Page 2
Henry A. Teuteberg, Pewaukee, Passes on After Heart Attack
Henry August Teuteberg, 66, died unexpectedly of a heart attack Sunday night at the honse of his son, Lester Teuteberg, Pewaukee. He also is suivived by another son, Raymond of Btookfield, four brothers, Ernest of Delafield, Oscar of Milwaukee, Fred of Merton and Dr. Irving Teuteberg of Milwaukee, three sisters Mrs. Sophia Worth of Merton, Mrs. Frank Lund of Hartland and Mrs. Luke Westover of Beaver Lake and eight grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the William R. Hansen funeral home in Pewaukee with the Rev. Edward T. Soper officiating. Interment will be in the Forest Hill cemetery.
The body will lie in state at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday.
Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel date unknown
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Teuteberg, Marie K., Of Delafield. Feb.2, 2003. Age 94 years. Preceded in death by her husband Willard. Survived by her loving friends. Further survived by her nephew and niece, other relatives and friends.
WILLARD L. TEUTEBERG
Source: Newspaper unknown
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Teuteberg, Willard L., Of Delafield. Jan. 6, 2002, age 93 years. Survived by his wife; Loving friends. Further survived by his nephew and niece Carol McKenzie, other relatives and friends.
EUGEN M. THIELEKE
Source: Sheboygan Press, Wed. Nov. 12, 1980, p. 4, c. 4
Eugen M. Thieleke, 72, of 909 Fourth St., Kiel, died Tuesday morning at Rogers Memorial Hospital, Oconomowoc, where he had be a patient for the past four days. Prior to that Mr. Thieleke had been a patient for four weeks at St. Nicholas Hospital. He was born Jan. 11, 1908, in Kiel, a son of the late Edwin and Susan Meyer Thieleke. He graduated from Kiel High School. Mr. Thieleke married Hildegarde Hensel. He was plant superintendent at A.A. Laun Furniture Co., Kiel, for 42 years, retiring in 1975. Mr. Thieleke was active in the Boy Scouts, serving on the district committee of the Bay Lakes Council, receiving the Silver Beaver Award. He was a former president of the Kiel Chamber of Commerce, former officer of the Kiel Athletic Association, and was general chairman of the Kiel Centennial Committee in 1954. He was a member of the Kiel Masonic Lodge, F. & A.M. No. 336, the Ancient Scottish Rite of Green Bay, the Milwaukee Tripoli Temple, the Calumet Shrine Club, the Kiel chapter of the Order of Eastern Star Lodge No. 281, and of St. Peter United Church of Christ, Kiel. Survivors are his wife; two sons, nine grandchildren, and a brother, Wesley, of Chino Valley, Ariz. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel. The Rev. John Baumann, pastor of St. Peter UCC, and the retired Rev. A.A. Graf, will officiate. Entombment will follow at Wisconsin Memorial Park, Milwaukee. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday and until the time of services Friday. The Kiel Masonic Lodge will conduct a service at the funeral home at 10 a.m. Friday. A memorial fund has been established in Mr. Thieleke's name.
EBENEZER THOMAS, SR.
Source: Waukesha County Democrat 18 Mar 1882
Ebenezer Thomas, Sr., on Monday, Mar. 13th. Born Wales May 11, 1806, emigrated to the U.S. age of 23, settled in 1829 in Cass Co., Mich., in 1833 married Elizabeth D. Wolf. They settled on Eagle Prairie in Oct. of 1836 (now Sec. 13, town of Eagle), the first white settlers of the town. Two sons and 2 daughters still reside within the town.
Source: The Milwaukee Sentinel, (Milwaukee, WI) June 04, 1897; pg. 2; col B
News from Waukesha Death of J. W. Thomas at the Age of 82 Years
Waukesha, Wis., June 3. - The death of J. W. Thomas occurred at his home on East Park avenue to-day. He was 82 years of age and had been in feeble health for the past six years. He was one of the early settlers in this section and amassed considerable property. Up to the time of his marriage with Mrs. Thomas who survives him, he resided alone and lived a retiring life, seldom mingling with his fellow citizens. After his marriage a change came over him and he took a deep interest in public affairs until his health became impaired.
Funeral services will be held at the residence Saturday at 2:30 p. m. The Rev. George S. Brett will officiate.
JOHN H. THOMAS
John H. Thomas Dies at Home in Waukesha
Waukesha Daily Freeman (Waukesha, Wisconsin) 1946 February 11
Funeral services for John H. Thomas, 63, who died at his home on Racine ave., Saturday, will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the Erling Larsen funeral home. Interment will be in the Prairie Home ccemetery.
An employe of the Quality Aluminum co., for the past 18 years, Mr. Thomas is survived by his widow,, Minne; one daughter, Mrs. Jessie Davis of Milwaukee; three sons, James and John of Milwaukee and George of the U.S. Navy, besides two sisters, Mrs. Georgia Skelton of Waukesha, and Mrs. Ella Teaselie of Milwaukee.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Monday.
PAUL E. THOMAS
Source: unknown 2 the same notices probably Milwaukee and Miami papers
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THOMAS, Paul E., [22 May 1872-9 Feb 1948] Mon., Feb. 9, at Miami, Fla., age of 75 years, husband of Clara, father of Margaret Koch, Delores Meyer, Edward of Madison, John, Mt. Prospect, Ill.; brother of Julia Bringe and Elsie Karow, also survived by 9 grandchildren. Funeral Thurs. at 1:30 p.m. from the Schmidt and Bartelt Funeral Home, 5050 W. Vliet st., to Forest Hill cemetery, Pewaukee.
Source: Waukesha Freeman Aug. 13, 1896
Thomlinson-The death of an infant of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomlinson, Niagara Court, occupied last Thursday. Rev. Webster Miller conducted the funeral services on Friday.
DENNIS R. THOMPSON
Source: Waukesha Freeman, The | Waukesha, Wisconsin | Thursday, January 12, 1882 | Page 1
THOMPSON, of Oconomowoc, died at half past nine o'clock Friday morning, January 6, 1882, of pneumonia, Dennis R. Thompson, aged 61 years, 2 months and 15 days.
Deceased was born in the town of Hampton, Washington Co., N.Y., in 1820. He came to Wisconsin in 1846, and located in the town of Legrauge, Walworth County, where he followed farming during the summers and teaching in the winters for several years. He removed to WAterville, Waukesha County, in 1852, and engaged in teaching there until 1854, when he came to Oconomowoc and became interested in the commission business for several years.
He was appointed deputy sheriff in 1858 by C.W. Bennett and was reappointed in 1860 by James Clark; in 1862 he receive the appointment of deputy Provost Marshal, from J.H. Tellapauch, which he held for a number of years; in September, 1864, he was appointed to fill vacancy in the office of County Superintendent of Schools, caused by the resignation of A. D. Hendrickson, and in December, 1865, he was appointed postmaster at Oconomowoc
by the Postmaster-General, A. W. Randall, and remained in that position until March 1869; he next engaged in the grocery trade until March 1876, when appointed deputy postmaster, which position he held at the time of his death.
Deceased was married in 1844 to Miss Maria H., daughter of Rev. Charles Knight, a Methodist minister of Newstead, N. Y. She, with their two children, E. D. R. and Carrie L. survive him. Mr. Thompson left a life insurance policy of $1000. The funeral was held at his late residence on Milwaukee
Street, at half past one o'clock, Sunday afternoon, Jan. S.—Free Press.
Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel March 27, 2007
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Thoms, Robert W. A long-time resident of Menomonee Falls, was called to his heavenly home on March 25, 2007 at the age of 86 years. Beloved husband of the late Phyllis (nee Marschall). Loving father, Grandpa, Great-grandpa. Preceded in death by his two brothers George and Gail. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral Service Wednesday, March 28 at 7 PM AT THE FUNERAL HOME. Burial St. Paul's United Church of Christ Church Cemetery, Menomonee Falls. Visitation Wednesday, 4 PM until time of Service. Memorials to the charity of your choice or Ascension Lutheran Church in Waukesha appreciated. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service N84 W17937 Menomonee Ave Menomonee Falls 262-251-3630
EMMA L. THORNTON
Waukesha Daily Freeman, Wednesday, April 24, 1946 | Page 2
Mrs. Emma Thornton Dies Here on Tuesday
Mrs. Emma L. Thornton, 88, a resident of Waukesha for the past 58 years, died Tuesday morning at 117 State st. after a lingering illness. Born in Eagle. Wis. she is survived by her son, Owen R., of Chicago; two daughters, Mrs. William Carr of Waukesha and Mrs. F. A. Lacey of Los Angeles, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Catherine Gregg of Waukesha, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Erling Larsen funeral home with the Rev. D. M. Bahr officiating. Interment will be in the Oakridge cemetery at Eagle.
Friends may cal at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Source: The Milwaukee Journal, (Milwaukee, WI) January 20, 1892; pg. 2; col D
DEATH OF V. H. TICHENOR, A PIONEER LAWYER AND RESIDENT OF THE VILLAGE.
Waukesha, Wis., Jan. 20. - V. H. Tichenor, one of the oldest settlers o Waukesha died at his home on East avenue, last night, after an illness of a little over a week, of pneumonia. He was one of the oldest members of the Waukesha county bar. He had practiced at this village since his arrival here in 1839, after being admitted to the bar in 1838 at Albany, N. Y. He had studied law previous to this at his father's home in Amsterdam, after he was graduated from Union college in 1835. In 1838, the year before he came to Waukesha, he was married to Miss Charlotte Sears. They came to Waukesha, where Mr. Tichenor began his long practice, where his integrity and business ability gained him one of the largest and most lucrative practices in the town. Mr. Tichenor was the first lawyer in the county, and the first town clerk in Waukesha when the town was organized, and held that position for many years. Since the year 1855 he had always held the position of court commissioner at this village. He also held the position of justice of the peace a great many years in the early history of the county and was draft commissioner in 1862 under the war department of the United States government. He was three times president of the village of Waukesha and had been clerk, treasurer trustee of the village and member of the school board as clerk and trustee. He was also member of the assembly for one term.
When Mr. Tichenor came to Waukesha he lived with his father on the farm now owned by Orson Tichenor and commenced his long law practice in the little office which stood where Gaspar & La Clair's hardware store now stands. He leaves two children, Miss Mary Tichenor, of Waukesha, and Mr. Willis Tichenor, of Milwaukee. A son of Mr. Willis Tichenor, Vernon Tichenor, Jr., who has been practicing law with his grandfather since his graduation from the Madison law school, last year, will probably carry on his grandfather's extensive practice. A meeting of the Waukesha bar will be held this afternoon at the office of Alex. Cook, who has practiced in Waukesha since 1845, and is the oldest living member of the Waukesha bar. Resolutions will be passed and a member of the bar appointed to announce the death of their lamented member at the next meeting of court. Miss Mary Tichenor is very ill.
A meeting of lawyers was held this afternoon in Judge Griswold's office and a committee appointed to draft resolutions of condolence of Vernon Tichenor. Alex. Cook was appointed chairman of the meeting. It was decided that the members of the Waukesha county bar attend the funeral in a body and that a badge of mourning be worn for thirty days; that a portrait of deceased by hung in the courtroom, at the opening of court on Feb. 2, and that the judge's bench be draped in mourning. The first day of court will be set aside as a day of mourning, when memorial addresses will be read. Judge M. S. Griswold, Alex. Cook and Judge Carney were appointed pall-bearers.
MINNIE (WALTER) TIMM
Source: Menomonee Falls News, March 17, 1922
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MRS. JOHN TIMM, PIONEERS WOMAN DIES.
The ever increasing deaths among the pioneer settlers of this locality is fast thinning the ranks. Among them who had lived her for many years was Mrs. John Timm, whose maiden name was Minnie Walter. She was born in Germany in 1848, as was her husband, who preceded her seven years since. They came to America, with her parents when she was a girl and settle in the town of Lisbon. Her husband followed the succeeding years and they were married and went to housekeeping. For more than 50 years their home was where they purchased land in the town of Menomonee.
Mrs. Timm was a woman of many good qualities. She was an ideal helpmate, a loving mother, and a good neighbor.
Surviving her are three sons and two daughters, Elisa, who is at home, was a great help to her mother during the years of illness, Mrs. Carrie Zahnow of Menomonee and Edward of Oconomowoc, and Ernest and John at home. Also three sisters, Mrs. Fred Haas, Templeton, Mrs. Chas. Lagerman, Fond du Lac and Mrs. John Leverance of North Milwaukee.
The Funeral services were held at the home and at the Trinity Evangelical Church at Brookfield Tuesday, Rev. David officiating.
Many friends of the departed and her family came to pay their respects. Interment took place in the Church cemetery.
Waukesha Freeman, Thursday, July 11, 1912 | Page 8
Much sorrow was occasioned by the announcement a few days since of the death of little, ten-months-old Armin Tooker, daughter and only child of Mr. and Mrs. William Tooker of New York City. Death occurred on July 4 at 1:30 p. m. at the summer home of Judge C. E. Armin, the child's grandfather, at Pewaukee. The funeral was held Saturday at 2 p. m. from the residence, Rev. C. E. Bovard officiating. Interment was at Pewaukee Forest Hill cemetery.
Waukesha Freeman, Thursday, May 01, 1884 | Page 1
Thomas Trow, an old settler of this county, committed suicide by hanging at his residence about three miles west of North Prairie on Tuesday morning. The deceased was about 65 years of age and for some time has suffered from a cancer and to relieve himself from his sufferings it is supposed he committed the rash act.
Source: Waukesha Freeman | Waukesha, Wisconsin | Thursday, November 29, 1894 | Page 5
Died on thie morning of the 22d inst. William Trump aged 74 years. He was buried on the following day the Rev. Mr. Kilbourn offiating at the funeral.
Mr. Trump was a worthy and intelligent man who will be much missed.
THE WAUKESHA FREEMAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914
John Turkoski, aged forty-seven years, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Fred Golengeske, Monday afternoon of pneumonia. He leaves six children, Bertha, Emma, Minnie, Laura, Clara and Otto. He also leaves one sister, Mrs. Golengeska, and four brothers. Michael, West, William, and Charles, all of this city. The funeral will be held this afternoon at one o'clock at the residence and at two o'clock at the German Lutheran church on White Rock Ave. Mr. Brockman will officiate. Interment in Prairie Home cemetery.
ROBERT HENRY TURNER
Source: Waukesha Freeman - June 16, 1932
son-in-law of William Carlin early settler
Of interest to many local and county people is the death notice of Robert Henry Turner, aged 86 years, who passed away at his home in Palmyra, Wis., last Monday after a short illness. Mr. Turner was born on the Turner farm in the town of Eagle, Aug. 15, 1846 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Turner. He was married early in life to Louise Carlin, who died 49 years ago. Two sons were born of this union. William, Eagle, and Robert, Palmyra, Wis. Later Mr. Turner married Eldora Jaquith, who preceded him in death, and the following children were born: Josephine, Charles, George, Helen, Frances, Harriet, Marion, Florence and Paul. The funeral was held Thursday in the home at 2 p.m., the Rev. J.J. Walker officiating. The body was taken to Milwaukee for cremation.
JUNE N. TITULEAR
Waukesha Freeman (WI) - November 10, 2007June N. Titulear (nee Austreng), 82, of Waukesha found peace on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007, at Waukesha Memorial Hospital.
June was born June 20, 1925 in Waupaca to Frances (nee Lee) and Lawrence Austreng.
June was a retiree of Carroll College. She enjoyed baking with her with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She is survived by her children; sisters as well as a sister-in-law.
She is also survived by her grandchildren.
She is further survived by 18 great-grandchildren, as well as nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
In addition to her parents, June was preceded in death by her former husband, George Titulear; special companion Robert Narlow; daughter Frances Knoll; sons-in-law Jack Moyle and Ralph Larson; brother Norton Austreng; great-grandson Josh Hess and brother-in-law Red Morrison.
Visitation will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 at Church and Chapel Funeral Home, 380 Bluemound Road, at highways J and JJ in Waukesha. A funeral service will follow at 5 p.m. Burial will take place at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12 at Genesee Cemetery (on Highway 83, south of Highway 59). Please meet directly at cemetery.
June's family wishes to thank Dr. McAvoy and Dr. Bartos for the loving care given to her.
Church and Chapel Funeral home is serving the family. For more information, call 549-0659 or visit www.churchandchapel.com for an online obituary, condolences or directions.
MRS. SARAH L. TYLER
Source: Daily Freeman | Waukesha, Wisconsin | Monday, July 07, 1890 | Page 1
The funeral services of Mrs. Sarah L. Tyler will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the house of S. D. Tyler on East Ave.