Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Marohn
Two obituaries for Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Marohn, b. 05 Aug 1859 in Parpart (County Greifenberg) Pommern, Germany. He died 30 Aug 1914 in Winneconne (Winnebago County) , Wisconsin and is buried in the Winneconne Cemetery:
Heinrich Marohn died Sunday morning at 7:00 at his home in Winneconne of neuralgia. He was fifty-five years of age, was born in Germany and came to this country in 1882. He is survived by two daughters, Miss Alma Marohn of Winneconne and Mrs. Robert Umlandt of South Rapids, Minnesota and four sons, Emil, Henry, Karl, and Frederick Marohn, all of Winneconne. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock at the residence and at 2:00 at the German Lutheran church, Rev. O. D. Hoyer officiating. Interment will be at the village cemetery.
Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Marohn was born August 5, 1859 in Parpat, Germany, County Greifenberg, Pommern, Germany. He married Bertha Augusta Maria Ehlke in 1882. The same year he and his wife immigrated to the United States and settled in Ottawa, Illinois. (According to passenger listing, they traveled on the ship Nuernberg from Bremen to Baltimore - arrived: April 30, 1882). In 1895 he moved with his family to (? ), WI in the vicinity of Neillsville, Wis. His wife died in 1896. Some years later he moved with his family to Winneconne. On June 19, 1905 his son, Herman died. He suffered years from rheumatism and later also had groth-Neuralgie. He died August 30, 1914, shortly after 7:00 in the morning at the age of 55 years and 25 days. Surviving are four sons, two daughters and two sisters in this country. September 1, 1914 was his funeral and internment at the town cemetery. Source :translated from a local German language newspaper:
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