Obit: Appleyard, Charles B. (1850 - 1916)
Surnames: APPLEYARD HANCOCK IMIG SIMPSON JOHNSON
----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/27/1916
Appleyard, Charles B. (26 JUL 1850 - 25 APR 1916)
Chas. B. Appleyard, a well known farmer of North Pine Valley, Clark County, was found dead in his barn Tuesday morning about 9 o’clock. He ate breakfast as usual with his family and went to the barn to do chores, stating that he would be back soon to help with some work at the house. As he did not return, search was made and his body found in the barn. A bottle and cup in which were traces of carbolic acid were found, and by direction of the district attorney an inquest held by Justice Devos and jury, who found that death was due to drinking carbolic acid. Mr. Appleyard had been in usual health though complaining some of rheumatism, and no reason was apparent for the act. He was a man of cheerful disposition and well like by everyone who knew him. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon. Obituary will be given later.
(Follow on Obit in 5/4/1916 R & P) Charles Brumby Appleyard was born at Conisboro, England, July 26, 1850. In 1871 he was married to Elizabeth Hancock at Conisboro, to whom three children were born: Susannah, who lives in Manchester, England; Hilda, who lives in Wombwell, Barnsly, England, and Martha, who died when she was nineteen years old. His wife died Dec. 11, 1875.
Mr. Appleyard left Liverpool, England for America, Nov. 3, 1882 and went to Jefferson, Jefferson Co., Wis. He worked in Janesville five years.
Nov. 7, 1888 he was married to Miss Kate Johnson at Janesville, Wis. In 1901 the family moved to Neillsville, Wis. He died April 25, 1916. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, and four children, Mrs. Arthur Imig, and Charles, Fred, Fanny and Anne, who live at home, also two brothers, George and Joseph, and a sister Mary (Mrs. Simpson), who still lives at Conisboro, England.
Mr. Appleyard was a member of the Episcopal Church, a kind husband and father, and did all he could for the welfare of his loved ones and will be sadly missed.
Funeral services were held Friday, April 28th, at the farm home north of Neillsville, and at the Congregational Church in the city, the pastor of the church, Rev. G.W. Longenecker, officiating. Interment was made in the Neillsville Cemetery.
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