Kaukauna Times
February 1909

Kaukauna Times, Kaukauna, WI, Feb. 5, 1909

Thomas T. MINOR died at Fond du Lac last week at the age of 86 years. He left a few lines beneath his pillow about his life's history, closing with the words. "I have seen enough-I am satisfied." It is worth while to read what the old man wrote. Here it is:
"Born in Madison county, New York, March 4, 1823
Went to Kaukauna, this state, on June 20, 1828.
Went to Chicago, Oct 1, 1834.
Visited the Wisconsin pineries, going through Madison in 1841.
In 1844 went to Duck Island, Door county.
Married at Lamont, Ill., in 1849 and came to Fond du Lac in 1854.
Joined Co. A, Twenty-first Wisconsin Infantry, Aug 13, 1862, and spent the
winter on Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.

In 1854 accompanied Sherman on his march to the sea.
Participated in twenty-seven battles.
Spent three weeks, in Washington in 1865.
Came to Wisconsin after being mustered out and bought a farm at Brothertown.
Visited Chicago during the time of the World's fair.

Came to Fond du Lac April 9, 1895, to finish life.

I have seen enough - I am satisfied.


Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob REGENFUSS Saturday, a son.

Will LaSOINE of Depere was a recent Kaukauna visitor.

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. DANNER Monday.

A. E. TAMM of Brillion visited his son, E. W. TAMM Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. TAMM spent Sunday with Appleton friends.

Miss Olga KERSCHENSTEINER of Jefferson visited Kaukauna relatives last week.

Miss Marie SCHUBERT spent Sunday at Menasha the guest of Miss Mae ULRICH.

Stanley SHERRY and William LaROY of Appleton were guests of Kaukauna friends Sunday.

John COFFEY of the town of Freedom was injured Saturday by having a log roll on his chest.

Miss Bessie LAMBIE has returned from Appleton, where she has been employed for some time.

Mr. & Mrs. Lacy SHERMAN of Seymour have been guests this week of Mr. and Mr.

Miss Adeline KRAMER has enrolled as an evening student at one of the Appleton business colleges.

The German Reading Circle will meet with Mrs. Albert LUCKOW next Thursday afternoon, February 11.

Louis VOIGT of Hurley spent a day or two with Kaukauna friends this week while on his way to Milwaukee.

Word from Texas is to the effect that J. I. TONER's health has been benefited very little by the southern climate.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin FECHTER have returned home to West Bend after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. FECHTER.

Miss Julia MacNEILL enrolled as a student of Ripon college this week from which institution her brother graduated next June.

W. F. HOHMANN attended the annual convention of the Wisconsin Hardware Dealers association at Milwaukee this week.

Miss Millie EGILDSON, who was called home to Marquette last week by the illness of her mother, returned to Kaukauna Tuesday.

Poor Commissioner FISH of Appleton was in Kaukauna Wednesday looking after a poor family who recently came here from our neighbor city.

The Misses Ada PLANK and May STATE spent Wednesday with friends at Appleton.

Mrs. William GOUGH of Sugar Bush suffered a fractured limb in a fall at her home.

Miss Bardeen VANDENBERG of Holland was in the city Saturday to call on friends.

The Messers. Robert SCHEIFELBEIN and Walter HIPP were Appleton visitors Monday.

Miss Sadie VOECKS of Stevens Point is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Herman VOECKS.

F. C. CALHOUN of the First Veneer company of Antigo transacted business in this city Saturday.

Mrs. Johanna SPERRING of Marinette, convicted of pulling her husband's ears, was sent to jail for forty days.

The Rev. J. E. MANNING returned Thursday form a two days' visit with his mother at Menominee Falls.

Edward GRAHAM, brother-in-law of Principal John CALLAHAN of Menasha, was killed in a railroad wreck in Iowa.

Miss Marie VanHECKE of Chicago has been spending the week with Kaukauna friends, a guest of Miss Laura SOLAR.

Miss Marie JANSSEN and Miss Lola BAETEN of Depere spent Saturday and Sunday
with friends in the city, returning Sunday evening.

Fred FREEMAN announces a prize schafakopf tournament at his place on Wisconsin avenue next Sunday afternoon, play to start at 2:30 o'clock.

Mrs. Quincy L. DOWD of Rosco, Ill., formerly a resident here who is in the city the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. ANDERSON, visited friends at Depere Friday and Saturday.

The Rec. J. E. MANNING delivered a lecture on the Philippine Islands illustrated by stereopticon views at the Depere Methodist church last week, delighting a large audience.

Appleton Crescent: Ebenezer WING of the fourth ward, whose wife died last week, has departed for Alabama.


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