Obit: Wrensch, Richard (? - 1929)

Contact: Stan


----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 08/08/1929

Wrensch, Richard (? - JUL 1929)

(Dousman, Wis., Weekly Index)

Mrs. George Ehrlich was called to Neillsville, Clark County, Wis. Monday night by the serious illness of her father, Richard Wrensch. Mr. Wrensch died at 12:30 Tuesday, several hours before she reached his bedside. He was 53 years of age and about twenty years ago lived on a farm near Oconomowoc, on the Golden Lake road, later moving to North Lake and then to Neillsville. He is survived by his wife, four sons and four daughters; also, two grandsons. The funeral was held at two o'clock, Friday afternoon, from the Notbohm funeral parlors at Oconomowoc. Burial took place in the LaBelle Cemetery.


Re: Obit: Wrensch, Richard (? - 1929)

Contact: Dawn M. Frederickson

My godmother wa Mrs. Ehrlich (Aunt Nora). My mother was mata Frederickson, and she just died 3/3/08 at 93.My mom told me that her father lost the large farm where all the children grew up in north lake during the depression,Richard suffered an acute appendicitis and died enroute to the hospital. Grandma Wrensch could not manage the farm so she moved to oconomowac with my mom and Aunt Liz. Aunt Nora, Uncle Wally, and Uncle Ernir were children from Grandpa Wrensch's first marriage. His first wife died in a barm accident and she was pregnant at the time. I have their wedding picture. I can tell you a great deal more, and would love to. I don't want the oral history to die. Aunt Nora was a wonderful lady.



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