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Olinda Hackman Olinda Hackmann, daughter of Mr. Eibe Hackmann, died at Iowa City, Friday morning, October 8, at nine o'clock, following an operation on her mouth. The remains were brought home and the funeral service held at St. Donatus Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at 2: Theo Janssen officiating with interment adjoining the cemetery adjoining.
There was a large crowd present to show their respect to the grief stricken parents and other relatives. He was feeling good on Friday until evening when the pain came on him again and he died about 3 o'clock Saturday morning from blood poisoning. Hagedorn has been living in Green Island for about 35 years. He kept a country store for 25 years; kept the post office for 20 years; has been a justice of the peace for 15 years, to the best of satisfaction to everyone.
He was buried from the German Lutheran church to the German cemetery near Reeseville. There were 80 teams following to the cemetery, the largest funeral ever held in Green Island, which showed that he was liked by everybody. Haight With the death of Mrs. George Haight a cloud of sadness passes over the entire community.
For ten days Mrs. Haight made a brave battle but she did not have the strength to withstand the intense pain and suffering and at 8: Aldrich was born April 14, , at Bloomington, Wisconsin. In she came to Maquoketa with her parents.
She was married to George S. Haight, October 24, To this happy union two children were born, one son Frank S. Haight of Maquoketa and one daughter, Mrs. She is survived by her husband, two children and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Thomas, Blodgett, Oregon, Mrs. Mary Robinsin, Los Angeles, Cal. For more than twenty-five years she assisted her husband in the restaurant business in Maquoketa, now conducted by her son. Funeral services were conducted from the home, Rev.
Wesley Fletcher officiating assisted by Rev. The Pythian Sisters and the Rebeckah order attended as a body. Gene Stevers Haight was a son of Mrs. Mollie Haight, of Maquoketa. Word of his death came from Lt. Mitchell, his commanding officer, who said in part: He and I were the best of friends and his death was a shock that I shall never forget.
There wasn't a better man in the outfit. We were like brothers and had great plans for after the war. Gene was liked by everyone and whenever he was needed he was right there on the spot, a man that you could always depend upon. But when he heard that some of our boys had been wounded he volunteered to go on the battlefield and attend them.
I did not know of his death until the following day, due to the fact that I, myself, was wounded and had gone back to the aid station. He was killed saving another man's life. I know how you must feel about his death. I do know though, that you are very proud of him and you have all the right in the world to be proud of him. Every man in the outfit is proud of him and his death will be remembered by all.
Haight was born August 29, , in Maquoketa and attended schools here and graduated from St. John's Military academy at Delafield, Wis. Following graduation there, he entered Coe college, Cedar Rapids.
Four years ago, while in the employ of Fischer law firm, Cedar Rapids, Gene enlisted in the National Guard with a group of young business and professional men. He was stationed at Camp Claiborne, La. His father, George S.
Haight, preceded him in death, in He is survived by his mother and one brother, George Haight, of Laurel, Md. His last letter to his mother was written May 21 when he requested a copy of George Santayana's latest book, "Persons and Places," hoping to have the author, who is residing in Rome, autograph it for him. He was an inveterate reader and lover of nature, and music.
Rex Vashti Hainstock Mrs. Friends may call at Carson's after 4 p. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Lois Laschansky of Stanwood and Mrs. Grace Henley of Sedalia, MO.
Sarah Miller of Maquoketa; eight grandchilren and one great-grandchild. Interment was made at the Catholic cemetery. Hall, 88, died Monday at the Gilmore home following an extended illness. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. Burial will be in the Buckhorn cemetery. The former Eva L. Crevlin was born Sept. She came to Iowa with her family when she was nine years old. Hall, who preceded her in death in For many years she resided on a farm in the Buckhorn community, where she was active in the work of the old Goddard church, but following the death of her husband she lived at Maquoketa with a sister, Mary Jane Kauffman, who also preceded her in death.
She was a charter member of the Buckhorn Community Guild. Hall, aged 47 years. The deceased was the daughter of Mrs. Wynkoop and sister of Hon. On the 9th inst. She leaves an aged mother, a husband and daughter, and brothers and sisters who mourn her loss. Hall had a large circle of friends and acquaintances and was a lady of talents and rare virtues. Those who survive her have the sympathy of a host of friends in this community. Hall, formerly a resident of Colorado Springs, died last Wednesday night at his ranch, near White station, east of the city.
The body will be taken to Maquoketa, Ia. Hattie Hall, wife of Henry J. Hall, and sister of Hon. She died at Marion, Iowa, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Thomas, of cancer in the breast, of which she suffered untold agony for a long time.
Her remains were brought to this city for burial last Thursday and were followed by a large concourse of friends to her last resting place at the Presbyterian cemetery, Rev.
The deceased was 48 years of age. Halley had been in poor health for a long time and for the past two months was confined to his home. Deceased was born October 4, , on the home farm southwest of Maquoketa and was the son of Wm. Halley was married June 15, , to Carrie Burleson at Maquoketa. One child was born to them, May, now Mrs. Halley was in the general mercantile business in Nashville for the past twenty years.
Deceased is survived by his wife, daughter, aged father of Quinn, S. Franklin of Blunt, So. Funeral services will be held at the home in Nashville Saturday at 2: Lang of the Methodist church, at Maquoketa.
Burial will take place at the Buckhorn cemetery. He was married to Mary Westbrook also of Maquoketa, who, with two sisters and three brothers, preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn his passing two daughters. Edna Roos and Mrs.
Funeral services and burial were in Oregon, Ill. Was a Veteran of the Civil War. Here she grew to early womanhood and being the only child of Mr.
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For the past ten months he has been an efficient clerk in the employment of John Panuska. Hess born in Germany May 18, ; came to Iowa in ; was an active member of this association for several years, was usually chairman of kitchen committee, and always did his part well; died September 16, Calaway Hicks of Des Moines, passed away August 15th after a brief illness.
Hicks, who formerly resided with his parents in Elwood, was married last Christmas to Miss Zoe Smola, a Maquoketa girl, and they have since resided in Des Moines where he was employed as an accountant. Surviving besides his wife and parents, is one sister, Mrs. Ed Schoenthaler of Elwood. The remains were taken to the home of the sister in Elwood and the funeral services will be held this afternoon with burial in the DeWitt cemetery. Smola, was born in Maquoketa, Ia. Zoa, as she was familiarly known, has practically spent her entire life here, and was graduated from our High School with the class of She was of a jovial and a good word for all of her friends.
This young couple started out on life's journey with the brightest of prospects, but it was only for a few short months as the companion was called home August 16, Zoa will be sadly missed in her home circle, as well as the musical circles of this city. Besides her bereaved mother, two sisters and one brother, she is survived by a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss.
The funeral services were conducted at the home on Sunday at 2: Kidder and interment was made in Mt. Hicks mourn the loss of their little daughter, Maud Irene, aged 6 months. Little Maud was only sick a few days when the angel of death claimed its victim. Hickson was a native of County Kerry, Ireland.
He emigrated to the United States about and about settled on the farm in Jackson County, on which he remained until his death. He was one of the most widely known farmers in the State, though he never aspired to political honors, but devoted himself wholly to his farming and stock business.
Hickson's wife died last Spring. He is survived by four sons and four daughters. The sons are T. The daughters are Mrs. Donovan, Jennie, wife of Capt. James Daly of the Dubuque Fire Department, and the youngest daughter living at home. The funeral was held at St. He followed the vocation of farming. He was born July 12, Higgins had been ailing the past year, and death was due to heart failure. He is survived by his wife and one son, William, at home, one daughter, Mrs. Alton Leahy of Imogene, Iowa and one sister, Mrs.
Henry Nienstadt of Washington township. The funeral services were held on Thursday morning at nine o'clock from the residence to the Immaculate Conception church at Silvia Switch. Roling, with whom he had made his home for 22 years. The funeral was held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning and the requiem mass was celebrated in St. He was a native of Luxembourg and was born June 8, He came to this country when 23 years of age and began farming in the Springbrook locality.
He married Miss Mary Friemann, who passed away 22 years ago, after which he retired. John Beckius, of Dubuque; Mrs. Roling, Peter and Charles of Bellevue; 16 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren survive. Deceased was a very bright young man, and his sudden death is indeed sad. He was 22 years of age at the time of his death, and a fine musician. Charley leaves to mourn his loss, two brothers, John and Henry, and two sisters, Annie and Mamie, and his father, J.
His mother died about three years ago. The funeral was held from the Lutheran Church at St. Donatus, Thursday morning, Rev. The STAR extends sympathy to the bereaved ones in their toime of affliction. Hinman was born in Brown Co. Another of Maquoketa's honored residents, Mrs. Hinman, has ended her pilgrimage on earth and entered into the glory of the eternal day.
Her father was Judge Wheeler of the same county. On February 19, , she was married to Mr. They had grown up in the same community, playing together in childhood and associating with one another from their earliest recollection, so that they had been companions for longer than their more than 60 years of married life. There were born to them five children-George W.
She was very much loved by her grandchildren and had become tenderly attached to the three great-grandchildren she lived to see. Hinman came to Iowa in and have lived in this state ever since.
Hinman was converted in early life and united with the Baptist church. About nine years ago she and her husband united with the Congregational church of this city, of which she was a consistent member until the day of her death. For some time the machinery of life had been running down and last Sunday, October 27, she passed from the church militant to become a member of the church triumphant. Honored and beloved by all who knew her, she died in a ripe old age, having passed considerably beyond the octogenarian line.
Life's machinery simply stopped under the weight of years. It was the gathering of a ripe sheaf into the heavenly garner. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Elmer Crane was in receipt of a telegram Wednesday from Mrs. The message was lacking in details, but stated the remains would be cremated in Los Angeles Friday - today.
Deceased was for many years a resident of Maquoketa and for some time followed the insurance business here, later purchasing a farm north of the city, which he made famous by stocking the farm with Shetland, Welch and Iceland ponies, which he sold and shipped to all parts of the country.
Several years ago Capt. Hoag moved to California, where they made their home. Sidney Hobbs, one of the old and well known citizens of Iowa township, died suddenly Friday morning, being stricken while seated at the breakfast table. Hobbs had been in poor health for a long time but the end came suddenly and unexpectedly and was a great shock to his family and friends. Sarah Hockley was born in Ohio, Feb. Durand lost another old citizen, a soldier of the civil war, in the death of Henry Hodges at his home 2 -miles southeast of town, at the age of His death occurred Thursday.
The funeral was conducted Saturday at the house. George Fritz officiating, burial being in the Elton cemetery. Hodges was a native of New York, coming to Illinois before the civil war.
He enlisted in Co. He had lived on the same place more than half a century. He is survived by his wife and two children. John McPeak of Durand. He was one of Sabula's early pioneers, and operated a ferry boat at this place for some time, and also engaged in the Saloon business. He was an old river man and has served in the capacity of mate on some of the raft boats.
Matt Hodson had been married three times and leaves a wife and 3 children and 2 stepchildren. He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.
George Erickson and Mrs. Halby entertained a party of twelve at a parcel shower for Miss Clara Hoelzner, who will leave soon for La Motte, Iowa, to make her home. He was born in Germany May 9, In he was united in marriage to Martha Faust and for five years lived on a small farm in Unterellan, Germany and in came to the United States and settled in Iowa near St.
From there they moved on a farm three miles northeast of Andrew and in they retired from the farm and made their home with their son William up to the time of their passing.
In the year they had the privilege of celebrating their golden wedding anniversary in the midst of their children and relatives.
His life and example throughout the years have been an inspiration and benediction. He was baptized in the Lutheran church of which he has been a faithful and consistent member. John Rohden and William Hoerschelman of Andrew.
His wife having preceded him in death nine years ago. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Hanff on Sunday afternoon with interment at the Andrew cemetery.
Hoffman, of Maquoketa, Ia. On Wednesday his horses ran away with him and killed him. Hoffmann, wife of Joseph Hoffmann, died at her home in Dubuque last Thursday after an illness of three years. Funeral services were held in the Didesch funeral home to Sacred Heart church. Dubuque and burial was made in Holy Rosary cemetery, LaMotte. Hoffmann is survived by her husband, three brothers and two sisters. There were no children.
The Hoffmanns until recently made their home in LaMotte where they operated a store. They moved to Dubuque after selling the store about a year ago. Hoffmann of Maquoketa are brothers of Joseph Hoffmann. Merlin Cooper is a cousin of Mrs. Hoffmann was born July 21, [? Local relatives who attended the funeral in Dubuque were Mr.
Allie Holcomb, of cancerous tumor, in the 47th year of her life. Holcomb was the youngest daughter of Mr. Goodenow and her death is a great blow to her hosts of friends in Maquoketa.
She leaves a husband and three children, two boys and a girl to mourn her. For a number of years she has been a sufferer with this dread disease and has borne without complaint the agonies inflicted on her.
All who knew her loved Allie Goodenow, as she is most commonly spoken of here, and many are the happy reminiscences of her youthful days which her saddened friends are relating to each other. But even death is better than the intense suffering which she has long undergone and so much is consolation. The funeral took place last Friday afternoon and her mother and sister, Mrs. Anderson and brother, Oce, attended from Maquoketa.
Samuel Todd Holmes was born in Pa. John Holstein passed away at 3 o'clock Sunday morning after a short illness of pneumonia. Mary Boettcher, a daughter of the late John and Sophia Boettcher, was born November 9, , at Galena and came with her parents to the Bellevue vicinity in infancy.
In she was united in marriage at Bellevue with Fred Mussman, who died in In she married a second time to John Holstein in Belleuve. Charles Kurth and Mrs. William Evans of Bellevue.
Charles Barten and Miss Elizabeth Mussman preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon from the home of Mrs. Ralph Beeman to St. John's Lutheran church at 2 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Burial will be in the Lutheran cemetery. Tuesday December 24, Public address announcer, University of Iowa football and basketball games.
Parents, Brother Edward and Wife Meredith. Hood was born in Jackson county, Iowa, Jan. On April 9, he was united in marriage to Miss Florence Tracy. To this union were born three children, two sons, John Harold, aged 6 years and Dillon George, age 3 years and one little daughter, Ruth Merria age one and a half years. Besides his wife and children, Mr. Hood leaves to mourn his loss, his aged parents, Mr. John Hood, who lived on the farm with him, and one brother, William H.
At the time of the husband's death, the wife with the little daughter, was at her aunt's Mrs. Levi Edwards, of Maquoketa, having been moved there from the hospital, not being able to be moved home. Hood had farmed his father's farm for eight years. He was an industrious, hard working man. A kind loving husband, father and son.
His untimely death was a shock to his neighbors and friends as well as his family. Hooper nee Aldrich , formerly of this place, committed suicide at Omaha last week, choosing the opium route. She left a letter which was published in the Omaha papers, giving a slight history of her early ruin at the hands of one who should have protected her, and of interest to only young girls who think home life slow and long for the exciting whirl of a maddening society.
Her parents tried in all ways to educate and control her, but all proved of no avail. She forsook home and pure society and when too late to raise above the maelstrom of inequity into which she had fallen, performed her kindliest act to society, the world and herself by swallowing the potent poison that separated her soul from a foul prison and permitted it to soar out into eternity and return to its maker, where let us hope it will meet a redeemer who, knowing all things, all perplexities, all temptations and trials through which the weak spirit had been greatly tarnished, will brighten and mould it to His glory, and the weary spirit find at last rest and peace that had forsaken it on earth - Wyoming Journal [Source: At the age of 11 years she came to Iowa with her parents, they settling on a farm north of Nashville, where she grew to young womanhood.
She was united in marriage to Edward Hoovler in Jackson county, November 26, and to this union were born three children, C. After marriage she and her husband settled on a farm about twelve miles northeast of Maquoketa where the death of her husband in left her a widow with their three small children. She continued to reside there caring for the farm with the help of her family until about five years ago when she moved to this city where she has since made her home.
She was untiring in devotion to her family and the fact that she kept the farm and cared for her children during all the pioneer years of life, bespeak better than anything else, her true character. Early in life she accepted Christ as her Saviour, uniting with the Baptist church and in spite of all the hardships she maintained her Christian experience and was at the time of her death a member of the Maquoketa Baptist Church.
She leaves to mourn her loss her son, C. Butterworth, former husband of Ella, nine granchildren, two brothers, Calvin Doty of St. Doty of Sage, Idaho and one sister, Mrs. Ellen Wilson of Lynn Haven, Florida. Hoovler passed away at her home on Vermont street, August 20, , aged 79 years, 3 months and 4 days. Funeral services were held from her late residence Saturday afternoon with her pastor, Rev. Dunlop in charge, assisted by Rev. Interment took place in Union Center cemetery by the side of her late husband.
Ann Hopper, of Green Island, died very suddenly of heart disease Wednesday at noon. Hopper was as well as usual Wednesday morning, and had just finished her dinner and was sitting conversing with relatives and friends, when she bent forward, leaned her head on the table and died without a moment's warning.
Sargent officiating, and her remains were taken to Van Buren Cemetery for interment. John Horan died Saturday morning at six o'clock at her home eight miles southwest of Bellevue after an illness of two years duration. She was seventy-four years of age.
Mary Victoria Sisler was a daughter of the late H. She was married to John Horan at Springbrook on January 7, , and spent her whole life on the farm. She possessed many excellent virtues and was held in the highest regard by all who knew her. As a faithful wife, a kind and loving mother, a good neighbor, she endeared herself to all. She is survived by her husband, one son Harry and one daughter, Mrs. Herrig, two brothers, Robert Sisler of Maquoketa and M. Sisler of Bellevue, and one sister Mrs.
Nettie Fitzgerald of Kearney, Nebr. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at Springbrook, a solemn requiem mass being celebrated by Fathers Knapstein, Mayer and Yeager, Rev. Father Knapstein delivered a comforting sermon. The pallbearers were Peter Till, Wm. Among those attending the funeral were Mr. Till and son Joseph, Mr. Till and John G. Koppes of Bellevue, Mrs. John Dresbach of Lanark, Ill.
Sam Gaghagen of Davenport, Mrs. Chris Thurston and Mr. Howard Thurston of Portage, Wis. Patrick's Church, Friday at 9: Burial was in Mt. Horan was born Nov. He was the son of the late John and Catherine Horan. He moved to Dubuque 40 years ago and for many years was an employee in the Milwaukee Road car repair shops. At the time of his death, he was retired.
Patrick's parish Church and was a member of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Mary Tschudi of Durango and Mrs. Christina Feyen of Dubuque; and one son, Joseph R. A daughter, two sisters and four brothers preceded him in death. House had been working in Pueblo for some time past and yesterday with a companion started to beat their way East.
House swung himself on the car by the grab irons, but in some way lost his balance and fell under the wheels. He was horribly mangled. He has a mother living at Maquoketa. House resided a few miles east of Maquoketa and was the brother of Judge A. House of this city. He was engaged in getting his cows into the large barn under shelter from the impending storm.
He had nearly completed his task and had got them into their stalls and chained with the exception of one when a bolt of lightning struck the cupola upon the barn, followed the ladders down to the hay mow floor, broke a joist and then struck Mr.
House and a cow upon either side of him. His son, Alvin, realizing that lightning had struck close by immediately went to the barn, where he found his father lying prostrate upon the floor. Thinking him only stunned Alvin ran to Will Patterson's, a near neighbor for help.
In the meantime, Mrs. House and her daughter, Olive, dragged the body out of the barn into the rain believing it might revive him if there was any life left. But the powerful electric current had its work and no human aid or skill could restore him to his grief stricken family. Undertaker Glaser informs us that in laying the body out the only marks discovered were upon his leg which he thinks were made when the body was dragged out of the barn.
The crown of the straw hat was torn and Mr. Glaser's opinion is that the fatal effects of the bolt was received upon the head. The cows were evidently killed instantly for one dropped upon his stomach and the other upon its side, no evidence of life being present in either when Alvin came into the barn.
House was an industrious, temperate man, who through frugality had accumulated a good farm and a fair portion of this world's goods.
He was beloved by his family and neighbors and will be greatly missed. He was born in Canada in and came to the United States previous to the Civil War, in which he enlisted and honorably served to the close on the federal side.
He was 66 years of age and in good health. This is the third time that death has cast its sad shadow over this household in the past year. Six months ago Fred, a young man aged 19, died suddenly of pneumonia, and a year ago, August 2nd, Bert H.
There are left to mourn these awful afflictions, the wife and mother, sons, Ira and Alvin and two daughters, Miss Olive and Mrs. It is now the intention to hold the funeral at the home on Friday, July 18th at If so, then the funeral will be held on Sunday. Interment will take place in the family burial plot in the Bridgeport Cemetery. Saturday morning at five o'clock final taps was sounded for another of our beloved veterans, Thomas Houston, who passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Houston was born in New York. When a young man he came to this state and located on a farm in the vicinity of Emeline. When the call came for volunteers in the struggle between the north and south, Mr.
Houston was 22 years of age. He enlisted in Company A, 26th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, which company was made up almost entirely of men from the Canton and Emeline vicinity. He enlisted on August 22, , and was made corporal of Company A. He was honorably discharged in at which time the men were mustered out.
Upon his return to civilian life, he engaged in farming. Houston passed away more than 30 years ago and shortly following her death, he retired from active farm life. Houston is survived by the following children: George Cavin of Maquoketa, Mrs. Blood of Emeline, T. Houston and Will Houston of this county. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at two o'clock from the Emeline Church. The service will be read by Mrs. He was the father of Mrs. Ben Phillips and Mrs.
William Bussard of Bernard, and Mrs. He was a man highly respected in the community where he lived. The funeral took place at St. Patrick's church, Garry Owen, on Wednesday morning, the Rev. Mary Etta Doty-Howes, aged 25 years and 5 months. Deceased was born in Indiana and came to Iowa with her parents, who now reside in Delmar, some years ago. She was married to W. Howes in and to them has been born two children who are left without a mother's loving care. With a blood poisoned system that broke out in more than a dozen abscesses over the body the patient has suffered terribly for a year and a half.
Death was a relief to her pains. The funeral was largely attended which occurred Saturday from the house, whence the remains were followed to Mt. Hope by sorrowing friends and husband. Hubbard, and claimed their only little one who came just six weeks ago to gladden their home. Little Harry LeRoy was born June 9 and was a source of joy and pride to the parents. A few days ago they discovered the little form drooping and all that medical skill and loving care could do was done to keep the precious bud, but last Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock the little one passed to the great beyond.
The funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the home. Though a sufferer from Bright's Disease for sometime, Mr.
Hubbell's death came sudden and unexpected, giving his friends a shock. He came with his parents to Iowa in and two years later was married to Nancy J. Hanna, who survives him. Two sons, the present cashier, H. Hubbell of the American Savings Bank and O.
Hubbell of Texas were the fruit of the marriage and also survive their father. For more than forty years he followed farming, but in he sold his fine, well kept farm, west of Maquoketa and moved to town, where he has since resided. He was a man of industry, sturdy character and very methodical. The funeral will take place from the house this Thursday morning at It will be known as the Dr. Huff Sanitarium and is now open for the cure of chronic diseases of both sexes. Huff, aged 44 years, died at her home in this city, Thursday, Dec.
Huff was born in Bloomfield township, Clinton county, Dec. The funeral occurred Friday at 2 p. Heald, of the M. Huff, a young man residing near Bridgeport, Iowa, met with a sudden death from heart disease, last Saturday. He was washing his hands in the kitchen, when he suddenly exclaimed, "Oh, mother, catch me! He was married in Ireland to Margaret Boyle. Their union was blessed by eight children. James of Stanton, T.
Simon on the homestead, and Mrs. Dalton of Marcus, Cherokee County, Iowa. Having passed through the great famine of , he emigrated to America in He was an honest, upright man and a devout Catholic. He was buried in St. Hughey was born March 8, , near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
He was named after an uncle of his mother, who was a son of Thomas McKean, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and governor of Pennsylvania from to Hughey left his native state early in life and went to Wheeling, West Virginia, where he learned the trade of cabinet maker.
Later he went to Natchez, Mississippi, and then to Peoria, Illinois to follow his occupation. At the latter place he united with the M. Hughey came to Bellevue and engaged in the hardware and tinning business with his brother J.
Afterward he became a partner of Eli Cole, Sr. Later he formed a partnership with Charles Kunz in the hardware business, and following this operated the Bellevue Creamery for a number of years. Five children were born to them, four of whom survive, Mrs.
Joseph Andrus, and William E. Hughey is also survived by two brothers, J. The funeral took place from the Congregational church, being conducted by the Revs. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity. Both ministers eulogized the deceased very highly.
Hughey being a member of that order. The pall bearers were Mike Maloney, W. Kegler, Myron Collins, J. Murphy and John Merkle. The remains were laid to rest in the Presbyterian cemetery. Franklin Hull, 76, who died Wednesday, were held Friday afternoon at the home east of Maquoketa. Eddy, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiated. Burial was in the Union Center cemetery. She was married to Franklin Hull, who died in Surviving are two sons, Franklin B. Hull was born May 4, , in the state of Massachusetts and moved to Illinois while young.
After the death of her first husband she moved to Jackson county, Iowa, where she married Benjamin Hull who died in She moved to Kansas and lived in both Smith and Riley counties and moved to Phillips county in , where she lived with her sons. She was converted in her 35th year and lived a constant Christian life beloved by all who knew her. She was a member of Methodist church a Labelle. Her end came peacefully Oct. Hunt was born in the town of Carmel, Penobscot county, Maine on May 9, Figure 30 compares the single people in each area broken down by never married, divorced, and widowed.
Figure 31 shows the single men in each area. Figure 33 shows the single men between the age of 18 and 65, in each area, broken down by age group. Figure 34 shows the single women between the age of 18 and 65, in each area, broken down by age group.
La Motte illustrates it has 1. Comparing percent of population who was born in another country to the United States average of Also, measured against the state of Iowa , percent of population who was born in another country of 4. Figure 39 shows the age break down of non citizens.
La Motte Iowa Birthplace Charts A map of the globe is shown in Figure 43 which depicts the major regions of the world that people from this place are from. Figure 44 shows a breakdown of where all foreign born people come from using large geographic areas. Figure 45 is a table that breaks out all the foreign born people by where they were born. La Motte has the largest proportion of percent foreign born in Europe-Western at La Motte, Iowa Demographics Data.
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LaMOTTE, Iowa - Services for Donald J. “Dan” Pitz, 59, of LaMotte, will be a.m. Tues-day at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, LaMotte. 88, of Maquoketa, will be a.m. Tuesday at Carson & Son Funeral Home, Maquoketa. He married Winona Sutton in in Galena, Ill. She died in Iowa. Secretary of State. SAMUEL H. BAUMAN, Representative from Van Buren Was married to Miss Myrtle G. Morse of La Motte, Iowa, June 23, and. La Motte, Iowa detailed profile. La Motte: $, IA: $, Just before AM on Wednesday morning, the La Motte Fire Department responded on Never married: %; Now married: %; Separated: %; Widowed: %.