Obit: Hart, Dora
----Source: The Humbird Enterprise Date: 5-15-1909
Mrs. Charles W. Hart died at her home in Marshfield on Wednesday, May 6th, after a brief illness of typhoid pneumonia. The remains were brought here Friday and the funeral services were in the M. E. church at 1:30 pm, conducted by Rev. M. E. Fraser, pastor of the Marshfield Methodist church. The body was laid at rest in the family lot in the Houghtonburg cemetery. Dora Lenore Braman was born in Jackson county, Wis., April 25, 1880. She grew to young womanhood in Humbird and vicinity and was educated in the Humbird schools. On the twentieth of March, 1901, she was united in marriage with Mr. Charles W. Hart, of this place. To them have been born three children, two sons Daryl and Horace, and one daughter who died in infancy. In 1905 they moved to Mankato, Minn., where they lived until last August, when they removed Marshfield, where she was living when the end came. In 1907 she united with the M. E. church in Mankato and on her removal carried her church letter to the Marshfield church. She at once became prominent in the work of the church and soon by her sincerity and faithfulness as well as her personal charm, won a place of high esteem and love in the hears of those with she became associated. Mrs. Hart was one who made friends wherever she lived. Indeed it may be said of her that "none knew her but to love her." Her pastor, Rev. Fraser, paid a touching tribute to her life and character that will be a lasting consolation to those who are called upon to mourn the loss of one to them most dear. Besides her two little boys she leaves her husband, mother, one sister Mrs. E. W. Schumacher, and two brothers to mourn her untimely demise. To the sorrowing husband the relatives to the two motherless little one the sympathies of the entire community are extended in this time of bereavement. Relatives from away who were present at the funeral were Mrs. Braman and son Burton, of Eau Claire, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Perry, of Merrillan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. And Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hart, of Granton, Miss Daisy Hartson, of Altoona, Harry Hart, of Madison
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