Obit: Timerson, Anna Sephronia (1883 - 1931)

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Surnames: Timerson, Alton, Duda, Playman, Root, Vandeberg, Lawrence, Maddock, Jossi, Wittstein, Erickson, Calkins, Gault

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Dec. 1931

Timerson, Anna Sephronia (16 May 1883 - 17 Dec. 1931)

Mrs. Daniel Timerson, who has been in poor health since September sixth, when in an auto accident she suffered a broken leg, passed away at her home in Weston, December 17, after suffering two weeks with plura pneumonia.

Mrs. Timerson, whose maiden name was Anna Sephronia Alton, was born in the town of Lincoln, Monroe county, Wis., May 16, 1883, where she lived with her parents until she came to Clark County in 1901.

She was married September 5, 1904, to Daniel Timerson . They have lived in this vicinity ever since, except three years when they lived in Milwaukee.

Mrs. Timerson is survived by her husband and three children, Archie of Spokeville, Edith, Mrs. Joseph Duda of Weston, and Charlie, at home. Also four grandchildren, Leroy, Donald and Audry Duda and Duaine Timerson; four sisters and one brother, Ethel, Mrs. Fred Playman, of National City, California; Ida, Mrs. Elwin Roots, of York; Fern, Mrs. Horace Vandeberg, of York; Viola, Mrs. Earl Lawrence, of Missoula, Montana and Alvin Alton of Kendall, Wis.

Services were held Sunday, Dec. 20th, at 1 :30 at the house, and 2;30 at Lowes’ Funeral Home, Rev. Maddock of Greenwood officiating.

Those who attended the funeral from away were Ben Timerson, Mr. and Rms. Cy Jossi and Rms. Beatrice Wittstein of Milwaukee; Mrs. Elmer Erickson, Miss Mintie Calkins and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Calkins all of Black River Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gault and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Gault.



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