Julius Langholff
Jefferson County Union Sept 29 1916
Jefferson County Wisconsin 
Julius Langholff
At his home, 217 E Milwaukee Ave, on Friday, Sept 22nd, Julius F Langholff died at 6 a.m. at the age of 69 years eleven months, and 2 days. Deceased had been ill for many weeks and his recovery was despaired of. The suffering he was called upon to endure he bore with a fortitude that was truly heroic.
Julius Langholff, oldest son of Mr and Mrs Ferdidnand Langholff was born in Samocrzym, Prussia, October 20, 1846. At the age of three he came to America with his parents. They settled just across Bark River on the land now known as Bark Woods. Later they moved to Ft Atkinson and with the exception of ten years spent at Cumberland Wisconsin, this city has since been the deceased's home.
On May 26, 1874, Mr Langholff married Mary Catherine Regelein and to this union were born seven children, one of whom Leonard Carl, died in infancy. Those who survive with the widow are; Mrs Ferdinand Maas of Whitewater, Edward of Pittsville, Wis, Arthur, Oscar, Elsie and Ludolph of Ft Atkinson. One brother, Herman of this city, four sisters, Mrs A. J. Savall, Mrs William Wirig, Ft Atkinson; Mrs Wm Gallitz, Mrs Tillie Mess of Chicago;and three grandchildren also are left to mourn his death.
When a boy, deceased learned the blacksmith trade from his father. He engaged in the profession here for nearly forty years, closing his shop on S Water St W, July 20 1916, because of ill health. His years of expierence in the business made him an expert at the anvil and he always enjoyed good patronage. Success came to him through hard work, He was often spoken off as one of the hardest working men in the city. He was a substantial citizen, a man of sterling worth and character,. He will be greatly missed in the home and by his many friends.
Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. from the home and at 2:15 p.m. at the St Pauls Luthern church with Rev. A. F. Nicolaus in charge. Internment was made in Evergreen cemetery.
Six city blacksmiths, A.G. Drager, O Heese, C Bacon, J Kuemmins, J Daniels and H. W. Smith, escorted the body to its final resting place.

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J.F. Langholff
Bro J.F. Langholff, an upright man, whose life's work is a record of cleaness and uprightness, with kindly heart and mind poised that all who knew him found him receptive to approach, always willing to assist and advise, such was Bro Julius F Langholff, whose life went our September 22, at his home in Fort Atkinson, Wis. He was one of our number and faithful was he to the end. The feelings which his death has caused among our members are given expression in the following.
In the death of Bro J. F. Langholff, Local No 354 has his brothers and friends.
Resolved that we extend to the bereaved family our sustained the loss of one who stood high in the esteem of all hearfelt sympathy and condolence and pray that God in His mercy may grand them the fortitude to bear the burden of theire grief.
Finally, Resolved, that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our meeting and that a copy be suitably engrossed and presented to the family of our deceased borther, also that a copy be sent to teh Horseshoers Journal for publication. Six members of No 354 carried the remains to Evergreen cemetery. They were Bros H. W. Smith, Otto Hesse, Chas Bacon, Adolph Drager, John Daniels and Joseph Kuemmin.
The funeral was very largely attended and sorrow filled the hearts of all as they turned from the mound where the mortal remains of our brother was laid.


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