Obit: Harding, William (1821 - 1903)

Transcriber: Stan

Surnames: HARDING TARBOX CARPENTER

----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/16/1903

Harding, William (25 JAN 1821 - 4 APR 1903)

William Harding died at the home of his son-in-law A. Carpenter in the town of Fremont, Clark County April 4, 1903. He was born at St. Johns, New Brunswick, Jan. 25, 1821. He came to Wisconsin in 1846, and was one of the first pioneers on Yellow River, helping to hew the timbers for the first saw mill at Necedah. Oct. 4, 1855 he was married to Sarah B. Tarbox, who died Jan. 27, 1899. Surviving them are eight sons and two daughters. Mr. Harding enlisted early in the Civil War In Co. L. First Wis. Heavy Artillery, and served to the end of the war. He came to Clark County in 1873 and resided in the town of Fremont unitl his death.

The funeral was held April 6 at the Windfall Church, Rev. Malory of Stevens Point officiating. Burial took place in the Granton Cemetery.

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Obit: Harding, William (1821 - 1903)

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To whom it may concern>>> How grateful I am. I do not know how I got to this site. but thanks for what I see on the screen....I have been searching for this a long time. William Harding and Sara Tarbox are my great grandparents. My mother was their granddaughter, however she was adopted when she was young. so she new very little of them. If you have more info on them, would you please pass it on. I want to learn more of them. Thanks DMLeighan

 

 

 


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