Edward Herman C Langholff
 
   Edward Herman C Langholff, 83, of 230 S Main St, Fort Atkinson, a lifelong resident of the community, died at 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the Jefferson County hospital after a long illness.
   Mr Langholff was born in Fort Atkinson on March 31 1877, the son of Julius and Katherine Regelein Langholff. He was educated in the city schools and was a volunteer of the First Wisconsin Infantry in the Spanish American War. His marriage to Mable Kurtz at Pittsville was an event of Oct 22 1902.
   The couple lived at Pittsville for 16 years prior to moveing to Fort Atkinson, where he was employed by the Janesway Manufacturing Co and the Creamery Packaging Co. He also had been employed by the old Northwestern Furniture Co.
   He was acting department inspector of Spanish-American War Veterans and past commander of the Robert G Doole Camp # 9. Mr Langholff also was a member of First Congregational Church. Billings Masonic Lodge # 139, Martin Chapter # 68 Order of the Eastern Star, and the Zion White Shrine of Jerusalem, No 15, Janesville
   Surviving are his wife, three brothers, Arthur and Oscar, both of Fort Atkinson; and Ludolf, Madison; two nephews, and six nieces.
   Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Congegational Church, the Rev Robert Alward officiating. Masonic and Spanish American War Veterans memorial services will be held at the Royal F Hayes funeral home, where friends may call today after 4 p.m. Eastern Star memorial services will be held at the funeral home at 7:30 tonight.
   Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Atkinson, where the American Legion Post will conduct military graveside services.
 
From the Jefferson Co Union May 9 1960

 

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