Obit: Lloyd, Sarah A. (1849 - 1928)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: DAVIS LLOYD FROHMADER GARFIELD DRINKWINE NEWMAN
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 05/31/1928
Lloyd, Sarah A. (5 MAY 1849 - 24 MAY 1928)
Sarah A. Davis, was born May 5, 1849 in the State of Pennsylvania and died at the farm home south east of Loyal, Wisconsin, May 24, 1928, at the age of 79 years, 2 weeks and 5 days.
In the year of 1854, with her parents left the state of her birth and moved to the state of Illinois, where they had two different residences, each covering a period of two years. In 1858 she with her parents came to Wis., and lived a short time in Richland and Crawford counties and in 1860, and just 68 years ago, came to the present farm home where she spent the most of her life.
September 17, 1862 she was united in marriage to Charles S. Lloyd of Williby, Ohio; who preceded her in death July 24, 1895.
To this union seven children were born; two boys and five girls. Two girls, Libby and Lilly, died when but small children. Mrs. Lelia Foust Frohmader died in 1910. The surviving children are Lester Charles of Loyal, residing on the home place; Leonard Garfield of Spencer, Iowa; Mrs. Leona Drinkwine of Polly Wis., and Mrs. Jennie Newman of Mesa, Arizona. She is also survived by nineteen grandchildren, and twelve great grandchildren. The deceased also leaves many friends in this vicinity.
The out of town relatives attending the funeral were: Mrs. Drinkwine and two sons Gilford and Girlen of Poly, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lloyd and daughter Irene of Spencer, Iowa; Mr. E. W. Frohmader of Simcoe, N. Dak., and Mrs. Rozeltha Greenwood and Gilbert Foust both grandchildren, of Chicago, Ill.
The funeral services were conducted Sunday, May 27, 1928 at 1:00 P.M. from the farm home and at 2 o’clock form the Loyal M. E. Church the Rev. G. C. Wadding officiating. Interment was made in the Loyal Union Cemetery.
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