Josephy Wyborney obituary
The people of the community were shocked Tuesday morning by news of the sudden death of J. R. Wyborny, who passed away at his home at Mona at 10 o'clock. He had not been ill, but during the night had complained of a pain in the chest, which was relieved by a hot application. In the morning he said he felt fine, ate his breakfast as usual and was about to look over the mail, which his granddaughter, Gertrude, had brought him, when-- for him time was no more. About two minutes later she re-entered the room and found him lying dead upon the floor. A physician was summoned and pronounced his death due to paralysis of the heart. Rev. Moe will conduct funeral services at the home Friday at 1 o'clock and at the Lyle Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Woodbury cemetery.
Joseph R. Wyborny was born in Bohemia, March 4, 1839 and came to America with his parents in 1851 and settled near Watertown, Wis. In 1859 they moved to Iowa, where they settled on a farm near St. Ansgar. June 20, 1961, he enlisted, and was consigned to Co. I. of the III Iowa Volunteers. He was wounded at the battle of Blue Mills, Missouri, Sept 20, 1861, and was honorably discharged Dec. 20, 1862. He was married to Miss Jane Williams at Osage, Iowa, March 7th, 1865, and in April of the same year they moved to Minnesota, where they resided till eight years ago, when they sold their farm and moved to Mona, where he passed away June 27, 1916.
To Mr. and Mrs. Wyborny were born eleven children; George, Fred, Mrs. Berg and Mrs. Bert Hobkirk of this vicinity, Walter and Charles of Kimberly, Minn., Bert of Vienna, S. D., Arthur of Clements, Minn, Mrs. W. E. Waugh of Bloomer, Wis., Mrs. Seymour Wood of Polson, Montana, and Frank who died in 1897.