Obit: Chorlton, John (? - 1916)

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----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/20/1916

Chorlton, John (? - 10 MAR 1916)

A newspaper clipping of the Manchester, Eng., City News of March 25, 1916, conveyed to friends here (Neillsville, Clark County) the news of the death of Mr. John Chorlton of that city on March 10, 1916. Mr. Chorlton was a brother-in-law of the late Joseph Morley of this city, and through Mr. Morley met a good many people from this locality who visited England. Among those who visited him at his home in Manchester were Judge Jas. O’Neill, his daughter, Mrs. F.D. Calway, R.J. McBride and Jesse Lowe. He was a prominent business man and widely known for his church and Sunday school work. He was a deacon in the Rusholme Congregational Church for over forty years, a worker in Saville St. Sunday school for fifty-seven years, being its superintendent forty-seven years. Of him it was said: "He fought the good fight" and his is a well earned rest.



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