Rose Creek Enterprise cemetery

James Parmenter obituary


James Parmeter of Lyle township died at his home Sunday morning of pneumonia. He was 61 years of age.

He was born in Springville, N. Y. and came to this county in 1858 and has since made his home here. In 1861 he was married to Miss Louise Foster, who survives him. He also leaves six children, one brother and a sister to mourn his loss. He served three years during the Civil war in the 9th Minnesota Regiment.

Funeral services were conducted at the residence by Rev. C. D. Belden and interment was made in the Enterprise cemetery.

Julius Baumgartel died


It is always sad to report a death and it is doubly so when a father, the head of the household is taken from life without a moments warning. It is however our sad duty, this week, to chronicle the death of another respected resident of this community, Julius Baumgartel, who came to an untimely death, Tuesday, while at work at the home of his neighbor, Dan Carter.

Lulu Johnson obituary



At her home in this village, Wednesday morning March 17, 1903 at seven o'clock, Mrs. Lulu Johnson, aged 18 years and nine months, passed away after an illness of about ten days.

She was born in Green Co. Wis. and came West about six years ago. On July 4th, 1902 she was married to S. A. Johnson of this village and has lived here since.

Carl Schlundt obituary




Austin Transcript

At his home in Lyle township, three miles south of Enterprise, Wednesday evening, Jan. 30, 1901, after a brief illness, Carl Schlundt, aged 77 years.

He was born in Germany and just before the war of the rebellion he came to this country, settling at West Bend, Wis. In 1878, he came to Lyle township, where he has since resided.

Death of Mrs. Hotson


Death of Mrs. Hotson.

Maria Hotson, wife of Atkin Hotson of Lyle township, died very unexpectedly. Wednesday after a brief illness with pneumonia. The announcement of her death came as a great shock to neighbors and friends many of whom were not even aware that she had been sick.

Mrs. Hotson's maiden name was Gregg. She was the eldest daughter in a family of eight children, the oldest of whom is Mr A. M. Gregg of Nevada and the youngest Mrs. Jas. Smith of Austin. The deceased would have been 50 years of age January 17th.

Chloe Bassett funeral



The funeral ceremonies of Chloe Bassett were held last Sunday May 2, at Lansing, Minn.

Miss Chloe was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Bassett.

She was born in Mower county, Minn., April 1, 1889, and died Jan. 8, 1897. Remains were interred at the Enterprise cemetery, Jan. 10, 1897.

Mrs. Clara Orcutt Funeral Held October 28

Mrs. Clara Orcutt Funeral Held October 28

Mrs. Clara Orcutt, 88, of Lyle, died at St. Olaf Hospital in Austin October 25 following several years of illness. Funeral services were held on Friday, October 28 at Worlein Funeral Home in Austin with the Rev. Walter Blanchard officiating. Interment was in Enterprise cemetery southeast of Austin.

Clara Eastlee Orcutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Even Eastlee, was born September 24, 1878 at Oslo, Minn.

Lulu Johnson obituary


At her home in Lyle village, Wednesday morning, March 18, 1903, after a brief illness, Mrs. Lulu Stockwell Johnson, aged 18 years, nine months.

She was born in Green county, Wis., June 23, 1884, and came to Mower county, Minn., in 1896. She lived with her parents on a farm south of Austin until two years ago when her father purchased the Powers' hotel in Lyle where she lived until her death. She was married, July 4. 1902, to S. A. Johnson of Lyle.

Mrs Clifford Horgen Funeral Held At Our Savior's

Mrs. Clifford Horgen
Funeral Held
At Our Savior's

Funeral services for Mrs. Clifford Horgen, 75, were held at Our Savior's Lutheran church in Lyle Wednesday, August 1 with the Rev. Merland Johnson officiating with interment at Rose Creek Enterprise cemetery north of Lyle.

Mrs. Horgen died July 29 from a lingering illness of several strokes and had been confined to St. Olaf Hospital in Austin the past five weeks.

Even Bakke obituary


Knut Bakke received a telephone message, from Austin Monday afternoon, that his brother, Even, had passed away at 5 o'clock, at the hospital, where he had been for the past two years. The deceased suffered a stroke of paralysis, at his home in Fairbault, Minn., March 10, 1907, from which he never recovered, and death came as a relief from his suffering.



Orin H. Brown, whose death we noted last week, was born in St. Johnsville, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1841. He was reared there and when the war broke out he enlisted in Company B, 115th New York Vols., serving for over three years. He was at the front and was wounded at Chester Heights. He had an excellent record as a faithful and brave soldier.

Mrs. Mate F. Sargent obituary

Mrs. Mate F. Sargent

Mrs. M. F. Sargent of Nevada township, passed away at 12:50, the noon hour on Decoration Day in a hospital in St. Paul. Mrs. Sargent was sick with gall stones and ten days previous to her demise she was taken to St. Paul for treatment and an operation. She was always rugged and hearty and her sudden passing away was a great shock to the many friends in this vicinity where she had always lived.