Ole Fredrickson obituary


Ole Fredickson, who was for many years a resident of this community, passed away at his home in Carlton county, near Barnum, Minn., on October 3rd. He had been sick only about two weeks.

He was 69 years, 3 months and 14 days old at the time of his death. His son accompanied the remains here Monday evening and the funeral took place Tuesday, interment being made in the Six Mile Grove cemetery. He leaves a wife and one son to mourn his departure.

Mrs. Marvin Clark obituary


Mrs. Marvin Clark died, Friday P. M., after a lingering illness of three years. In her death, the community looses one of its oldest settlers.

Mrs. Clark was born in Canada 54 years ago. When a year old, her parents moved to New York and a year later to Iowa. Here Mrs. Clark lived until her marriage to Mr. Clark at Waukon, Ia., in 1871. They came directly to Minnesota to the present home, where they have lived for more than thirty years.

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.

Mrs. Slaunt obituary


Mrs. Slaunt, who resided near Varco, passed away last Sunday morning. She had been ailing for several months and had been confined to the house during almost the entire summer.

The deceased was 72 years of age last July. She has been a resident of Mower county for the past 27 years. She leaves four children to mourn her loss. They were W. J. Slaunt, and Miss Lena, at home, Charley of Montana and a married daughter living near Myrtle.

Kenneth Miller obituary


Kenneth Stuart, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Miller passed away Tuesday morning at the home of his parents, after an illness of four weeks. Kenneth was born in Cannon City, Minn., and was 5 years and 10 months old. He was a bright lad and was full of life and energy until about a month ago when the dread disease of typhoid fever attacked him. From the very beginning his case was quite serious although at times there was hope.

Rev. Carberry Passed Away After Long Illness.


Rev. Carberry Passed
Away After Long

The Tribune last week contained a brief notice of the death of Rev. Carberry whose death had been expected for about two weeks. Wednesday he seemed somewhat revived and the hope was entertained that he might remain for some time but the end was near and he passed away Thursday about noon. Although sick for a long time he never complained of his sufferings nor did he waver in his faith, but bore it all with Christian fortitude to the end.

Sophia Leverson died


The sad intelligence was received in Lyle last Tuesday that Mrs. Lewis Leverson, who had been very low with typhoid fever at her home in Leeds N. D., was dead and that the body would be shipped here for interment. The remains were expected Thursday but connections could not be made so the funeral was postponed.

Mrs. Leaverson was reared in this community and was known and loved by a host of friends who mourn her departure. She was married about three years ago and has since lived at Leeds. Miss Mav Meyer who had been with her sister is very low with the same disease.

Sophia Leverson obituary


The remains of the late Mrs. Lewis Leverson of Leeds, N. D., whose death was reported in last weeks issue of the Tribune, were brought to Lyle last Thursday and interment was made in the Six Mile Grove cemetery.

Sophia Meyer was born in Nevada Township in Feb. of 1878 and died at her home at Leeds, N. D., Dec. 11. On Dec. 27, 1902 she was married to Lewis Leverson, who survives her. She also leaves one sister and four brothers besides her parents to mourn her loss.

Marie Meyer obituary



It again becomes our duty to chronicle the death of one who has been near and dear to many in this community, and who succumbed to the terrible disease of typhoid fever, after a brave struggle of several weeks. The end came last Saturday night, at Leeds, N. D. and the sad message was sent to relatives here. Only the night before she had rallied and the word that there was new hope of her recovery was joyfully received, but it was only to be followed by another that life was no more.

Almeda Folsom obituary



At the home of her daughter in Newton Iowa, Nov. 30 1905, of pneumonia, Almeda Folsom, age 75 years, 6 months and 5 days.

Almeda Richards was born in Erie Co., N. Y., May 25, 1830. She moved with her parents to Columbia Co. Wis., in 1843, where she was married to Abraham Folsom March 26, 1854. They moved to Minnesota in 1876 where she resided until July 1902, since which time she had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Austin, where she peacefully passed away. Her illness was of short duration.

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.

William Goslee obituary



The death of William N. Goslee occurred at the home of his nephew, Henry Goslee, at 303 N. Third street in this city Saturday evening at 6 o'clock, after an illness of about two weeks.

Mr. Goslee was born May 26 1826 at Hartford, Conn. In 1850 he married Sarah E. Ellis who died in 1862. One daughter was born to them who died in infancy.

Edna Machacek obituary


Edna, the infant daughter of Frank Machacek of London, passed away at her home Tuesday evening Oct. 25. She was born June 17, 1904. Her mother preceded her to the realms beyond on July 14. The funeral service was conducted at the house by Rev. Hanna. Interment was made in the Woodbury cemetery Thursday.

Sophie Burk Peterson obituary


Mrs. Sophie Burk Peterson died at her home in Lyle township last Saturday, April 30th, after a lingering illness of several months. The deceased was born at Bangor, Wis. in 1877, where she lived until in February, seven years ago. She was married to Mads H. Peterson on Sept. 12, 97 and has since made her home in this vicinity. She leaves a husband, one daughter, five sisters, and four brothers to mourn her loss. The funeral services were conducted at Minnereka Monday by Rev. Bear and interment was made in Woodbury 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.

Sever Nordness obituary



Sever P. Nordess, who has been confined to his home since the 20th of December died, Thursday, afternoon at 2 o'clock. The deceased has been a sufferer with Bright's disease for many years but has borne his suffering with patience unto the end. Mr. Nordess was born in Norway the 25th days of June 1828 and came to the country about fifty years ago. He settled in Wisconsin where he made his home for two years when he came to Minnesota and located on a farm in Nevada township. He lived there until last summer when he moved to this village.

Julia Nelson obituary


Miss Julia Nelson daughter of C. M. Nelson died of consumption Wednesday at 8:45 A. M. at the home of R. C. Rustad. The deceased was 22 years of age and leaves besides her father two sisters, Mrs. R. C. Rustad and Mrs. Phillips and six brothers; Christian, Mads, Peter Fred, Chris and Henry to mourn her death.

The funeral was held at the house at 1 P. M. today. Rev. C. D. Belden conducted the service. Interment was made in the Sunny Side cemetery.

Edna LeBaron obituary



At the home of her parents in this village, Friday afternoon, Oct. 16, 1903 of Acute Meningitis, Miss Edna LeBaren, aged 17 years and 10 months.

She came to Lyle with her parents, about nine years ago, from West Mitchell, Iowa where she was born Dec. 17th, 1885, and has since resided in Lyle. The deceased has been in poor health during the past summer and the last three weeks prior to her death was confined to her bed.