Obit: Goessl, Mary (1891 - 1915)
Surnames: GOESSL STOIBER
----Source: DORCHESTER HERALD (Dorchester, Clark County, Wis.) 03/12/1915
Goessl, Mary (15 JUL 1891 - 4 MAR 1915)
Mrs. Irving Goessl died last Thursday at the St. Joseph Hospital at Marshfield, after an illness of four weeks duration, with puerperal sepsis, the contributory cause of which was pyeria and exhaustion. She was 23 years, 7 months and 16 days of age.
She had been confined to bed at her home five moles west of this village (Dorchester, Clark County, Wis.) for about two weeks before being taken to the hospital, and became gradually worse after being taken there, death finally relieving her of all suffering. The remains were brought here on the early morning train last Friday for burial.
Mrs. Irving Goessl was born at Appleton, Wis., on July 15, 1891. At the age of 8 years she moved with her parents to a farm three miles northeast of the village, where she grew to womanhood. She was married on Sept. 14, 1910, to Irving Goessl, and has been living since then on their farm five miles west of here.
The funeral conducted by Undertaker, E. J. Fuchsgruber, was held at 10:30 a.m. Monday from the St. Louis Catholic Church, the Rev. A. M. Arentz officiating, and interment was made in the Catholic Cemetery.
She leaves to mourn her sad and untimely death, her husband, two sons, one 2 years old and the other but an infant, a father, a mother, two brothers and one sister, besides a number of relatives and friends.
The out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral were Charles Goessl and son, John, Mrs. Dave Goessl, Mr. and Mrs. John Bartelme and daughter, and Charley Goessl of Maribel, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geiger and Mrs. John Stangl of Marshfield; John Haws and son, Frank, of two Rivers, Wis.; A. D. Lang and Miss Josephine Goessl of Milwaukee; and Mrs. Nick Heiser and Mrs. John Duckard of Boyd, Wis.
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