Obit: Feind, Julius (1828 - 1909)
Transcriber: Cheryl Janowiak
----Sources: Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, Feb. 4, 1909
Death of Julius Feind.
At 7:30 o’clock Thursday evening, Jan. 28th, death came peacefully to Julius Feind, one of the prominent and influential residents of our city. Mr. Feind had been in poor health for some months and although his death was not unexpected it is none the less fraught with sorrow to his numerous friends and fellow townsmen.
Julius Feind was born in the province of Hanover, Germany, March 21, 1828. There he obtained a thorough common school education and for some years previous to coming to America was manager of a large estate owned by Duke Kilsmanseege. In 1858 he imigrated to this country and found employment on a farm in Fond du Lac county. A few years later he purchased a farm in the town of Friendship, that county, but remained there only a short time, coming to Calumet county and purchasing a farm in the town of Charlestown in 1864. - Chilton Times.
Julius Feind was a brother of our former citizen, Edward Feind, deceased, and made many visits to our city. He owned considerable land in this vicinity.
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