Obit: Follett, Eliza (1846 - 1931)
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Surnames: Follett, Londaal, Rembs
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 5 Nov. 1931
Follett, Eliza (6 July 1846 - 29 Oct. 1931)
Mrs. Eliza Follett, an early resident of Neillsville and for 25 years corresponding secretary of the State W. C. T. U., passed away at her home in Marshfield, Oct. 29, age 85.
She was born at Beverly, Ohio, July 6, 1846, and educated in the public schools at a girls’ seminary at New Brighton, Pa., and Beaver College at New Matamoras, Ohio. She was married Aug. 13, 1868, to George Ives Follett in Ohio. After coming west they lived for some time in Neillsville where Mr. Follett taught school. He studied law and was admitted to the bar and for many years he practiced at Spencer where he also operated a hotel, the well-known Blackstone House. After Mr. Follett’s death she moved to Marshfield where she made her home since.
She was a lady of culture and refinement, a public speaker of ability. She devoted many years of her life to the W. C. T. U. work. She is survived by her daughter Mrs. Pearl Follett Londaal* and a son Alfred Wilson Follett both of Marshfield; also four grandchildren. An infant son died many years ago in Neillsville.
Mrs. Follett’s funeral was held Nov. 1, in the Presbyterian church in Marshfield, Rev. Rembs officiating.
*Note this is the way the surname was spelled in the obituary; Londaal. Also seen it as Lamdaal.
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