Zillah Goslee obituary

-- Died in London township last Wednesday evening of cancer, Mrs. Zillah T. wife of James H. Goslee, aged 53 years. She was the daughter of Rev. Alanson Beach of Lyle. She was born and reared in New York state and came with her folks to Mower County in Nov. 1856. About two years later she was married to Mr. Goslee. She had two children, only one of whom, Henry, is now living. Funeral services were held at the house Friday morning by Rev. Gilberson, of Lyle.

Gunhild Sola obituary



Gunhild Marie Sola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peder O. Sola, of Freeborn County, Minn., passed away at the home of her parents July 12th., at 2:30 P. M., after a long illness. She was born May 10th, 1893, was baptized the same year by Rev. L. O. Pederson of Kensett, Ia. In her 15th year, after due instruction in the word of God, she was confirmed in Lutheran faith by Rev. David Stove, March 29, 1908, in the North Deer Creek church.

Gunhild Sola died



Miss Gunhild Sola passed away at the Sola home Tuesday afternoon at about 2 o'clock.

The deceased had been ill for the past year and a half, but not until the past eight weeks had she been considered seriously ill. Death came as a relief from her suffering.

Miss Sola was born May 10th, 1893, and not only the immediate family, but the entire community mourns her death, while yet in the springtime of youth.

The funeral was held Thursday afternoon and interment was made in the North Deer Creek cemetery.

Frank Cafourek obituary



Frank Cafourek died at his home in London at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon after a four weeks illness with heart trouble.

The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon with services at the house at 1 o'clock, J. R. Lukes officiating, and at 2 o'clock at the M. A. Hall in London, Rev. Kuntz of Glenville officiating.

Interment was made at Woodbury cemetery.

Mary Funda obituary



Mrs. Mary Funda, who has been ill for several weeks, passed away at her home one mile southeast of London, Tuesday morning.

The deceased was about 63 years of age and came here from Bohemia when she was a young girl in her teens. The family first settled in the neighborhood of St. Ansgar but a short time after moved to Freeborn county where she since made her home.

E. H. Bedford obituary



The funeral of the late E. H. Bedford, who died last Friday morning as a result of injuries sustained in the fall from the stairs over the bank at London was held at his home in Lyle Township, Sunday afternoon, the service being conducted by Mrs. Lowel of Minneapolis. Interment was made in Woodbury cemetery.

Fred Machacek funeral


The funeral of the late Fred Machacek of London was held last Sunday in the London School house and was conducted by C. D. Belden of Austin, interment being made in the Woodbury cemetery.

The M. W. A. of Otranto had charge of the services at the grave. The Deer Creek band played several appropriate selections. There were 99 teams in the procession from the school house to the cemetery, which in a measure, shows how great was the respect and esteem in which the deceased was held by his friends and neighbors.

Calista Davison obituary

It again becomes our painful duty to record the death of one of our esteemed friends of London in the person of Mrs. Calista Davidson (sic), who died June 13th at Austin, of consumption ; age 22. Her maiden name was Gibson, and she had been married to George Davidson (sic) about 6 months. They moved to Austin this spring, but was brought to London the scene of her youth for funeral services the 15th. Rev. Mr. Stanley of Austin delivered the sermon from Matt. 25 ch. 13 v. to an unusual large concourse of attentive and sympathetic hearers.