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Press - New London, Wisconsin - 15 March 1923 p5
Mrs. Emilia Kropf, nee Buehlow was born January 15 1863 at Pomerania Germany. In 1863 she accompanied her parents to this country settling in the town of Liberty. She was married to Paul Kropf in 1895. Following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Kropf for ten years resided at Vesper, Wood county Wis., from this point they moved to New London which has since been their home. Mrs. Kropf died Friday at her home in this city following a ten days illness of pneumonia and heart trouble. Burial was from the Emanuel Lutheran Church 3:30 Tuesday afternoon and the body laid to rest in Floral Hill cemetery. The remains were carried to the last resting place by Wm Below, Ernest Below, Otto Hoelf, Theo Noetzel, Milo Smith and Albert Platte. She leaves her husband and one daughter, Mrs. Frank Schoenrock Jr. two grandchildren, Isabel and Virginia, two sisters, Mrs. Albert Newbauer of Oshkosh and Mrs. Fern Streichel of Racine and a brother, Herman Below of Oshkosh. Among those from away who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hoelf, Miss Margaret Below, Mrs. John Marx, Oshkosh, Wm Below, Earnest Below, Mrs. Ida Lopknow, Miss Lena Fritz Van Dyne, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Noetzel, Tigerton, Mrs. Karl Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carelson, Winegar.
Portage County Gazette - Date unknown
Appleton Post Crescent
- Appleton, Wisconsin, Thursday Evening, August 28, 1930
Eunice Dickinson was
born in New York state in 1846. She came with her parents to this community,
and her marriage to Jerome Davis took place in 1864 in Liberty. Mr. Davis,
serving at that time with the Federal troops, came home on a furlough,
returning to service on southern battle fields. His death occurred about 12
years ago. Mrs. Davis is survived by her daughter, Miss Amy Davis, New
London, Wallace Davis of Shawano and Orson of Northport.