Obit: Sweetland, Daisy (1871 - 1928)

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----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 03/15/1928

Sweetland, Daisy (19 MAY 1871 - 3 MAR 1928)

Mrs. L. E. Sweetland was taken very ill Saturday evening, March 3, 1928, with hemorrhage of the brain and passed away in a few minutes. Her death came as a great shock to the family and to this community.

Mrs. Sweetland, whose maiden name was Daisy Northup, was born in the town of German, Chenango Co., N.Y., May 19, 1871. She grew to womanhood there and was there married to L. E. Sweetland, May 30, 1889. About a year after they came to Illinois, where they lived about four years, moving then to Clark County, Wis., where they have lived ever since; about 12 years of that time they lived in the town of Hewett, Mr. Sweetland still owning a farm in that town. They lived four years at Loyal and the remainder of their life here has been spent in Neillsville. Mrs. Sweetland was a woman of many fine qualities, a kind and loving wife and mother, and a helpful and sympathetic neighbor.

Besides her husband, she leaves to mourn her death, eleven children: Idella, Mrs. George Hart of the town of Mentor; Beatrice, Mrs. Wm. Seibert, La Salle, Ill.; Nora, Mrs. Claude Tewalt, Mellon, Wis.; Gladys, Mrs. Ralph Wash, St. Paul; Bessie, Mrs. Arnold Raatz, Milwaukee; Parley Sweetland, Elk Mound; Leona, Mrs. Archie Heath, Neillsville; Birdine, Mrs. John Freda, Wis. Rapids; Charles Sweetland, in Oregon; Lyle and Maxine at home. She leaves also 19 grandchildren.

Plans for the funeral are as yet unsettled awaiting news from the son, Charles.



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