Obit: Mallory, Wilson (1871 - 1929)

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Surnames: MALLORY CROCKER BEECHER

----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 09/05/1929

Mallory, Wilson (1871 - 2 SEP 1929)

This entire community was greatly shocked Tuesday morning to learn that Wilson Mallory of Granton, Clark County, Wis., had died a little after 11 o'clock the night previous, Sept. 2, 1929, at the Luther Hospital in Eau Claire.

About four weeks ago Mr. Mallory was taken to the hospital after sudden illness, and continued to grow weaker until the end came.

He was 58 years of age and was born in Canada. About 36 years ago he came to Wisconsin and located at Romadka. Mr. Mallory was a regularly ordained minister of the Church of the Disciples or Christian Church and had a well organized church at Romadka, and preached in many other localities, and was very popular, being called upon to perform many marriages and officiate at weddings. Although entitled to the title Reverend, he never used it himself. For many years he lived on a small farm north of Romadka, later moving to a larger place near Granton. For a good many years he has been assistant cashier in the Granton Bank.

Mr. Mallory was married to Miss Clyde Crocker, who survives him. He is survived also by their nine children: Price, Genevieve, Eldon, Twila, Mrs. D. Beecher, Galen, Lourin, Marvin and Virginia. Genevieve lives in Colorado and Eldon in California; the others are all at home.

Tuesday morning the Lowe ambulance was called to Eau Claire and the body was brought here to the Lowe Funeral Home.

Plans for the funeral are not definitely settled at this writing.

 

 


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