Obit: Korsegner, Mrs. August (1866 - 1914)

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Surnames GORSEGNER BUSS MOAS WELFT TEUKE

----Source: REPUBLIC (Stanley, Clark County, Wis.) 04/02/1914

Korsegner, Mrs. August (28 FEB 1866 - 31 MAR 1914)

Mrs. August Korsegner died at her home in the town of Reseburg, Clark County, Wis., on Tuesday morning last. The funeral will be held at the home on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, burial taking place in the town of Reseburg Cemetery. (Follow on in 4/9/1914 Stanley Republic) Mrs. Augustt. G. Korsegner died at her home in the town of Reseburg, Tuesday, March 31, 1914, at 7 a.m., after an illness of forty-eight hours, of inflammation of the bowels. Deceased was born on Feb. 28, 1866, at Frose Prov. Of Anhalt, Germany. At the age of thirteen she came to America with her parents who located at Marshfield. In 1884 she was married to Augustt Korsegner and for two years made their home at Eau Claire, then coming to Stanley where they have since resided. Deceased leaves to mourn, her husband and ten children: Fred Korsegner of St. Paul, Augustt Korsegner of Stanley, Mrs. Albert Buss, Rose, Louis, Elsie, William, Gustav, Carl and Emil, her mother at Marshfield, two sisters, Mrs. J. Moas of Marshfield, and Mrs. Joe Welft of Arrowhead, S.D., and six brothers, Fred Teuke of Marshfield, Chas. Teuke of Brewster, Wash., Andy Teuke, Gresham, Ore., and Dave, Frank and Augustt Teuke of Seattle, Wash. The funeral took place Friday afternoon at the German Lutheran Church in the town of Reseburg, interment in the Reseburg Cemetery.

 

 


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