Furlong, Edward (1830 - 1914)
Transcriber: Stan


----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/19/1914

Furlong, Edward (1830 - 14 NOV 1914)

Edward Furlong, formerly a resident here for many years, died Saturday at Columbus, Ohio. His remains were brought here for burial, accompanied by his son-in-law Walter Pennock. The funeral was held Monday at the Presbyterian Church, Rev. S. B. Pinney preaching the funeral sermon.

Edward Furlong was born near Puttneyville, Pa.., in 1830. He came to Clark County in 1855. In 1858 he married Alice Lynch. To them were born three children, Francis, who lives at Minneapolis, Florence (Mrs. Walter Pennock) of Columbus, Ohio, and Kittie who died in 1897. For a time they lived on their farm in Garden Valley, later they came back here and Mr. Furlong was employed at Hewettville. His wife died in 1884. Mr. Furlong was engaged for a time in the mercantile business here, but was a carpenter by trade and followed that work for many years. He was an industrious, upright man, one who stood for right things, and despised all that was not clean and manly.



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