Obit: Cheadle, Clarence (1891 - 1918)

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Surnames: CHEADLE WORDEN

----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/03/1918

Cheadle, Clarence (31 MAY 1891 - 27 SEP 1918)

Clarence Cheadle died at his home in this city Sunday evening Sept. 27, 1918, after a brief illness from typhoid pneumonia. He was born at Mitchell, S.D., May 31, 1891, being the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cheadle. When 13 years of age he came with his parents to Oxford, Wis., where he grew to manhood.

He was married in Nov. 1911 to Miss Emma Worden of Oxford, who with their two little boys survive him.

Two years ago in May he came to Neillsville, Clark County, Wis. and decided to make his home here. He followed his trade of carpenter and builder and was a workman of excellence and skill. As a man he won the esteem and confidence of people readily; he was a man of clean character, square and manly in his dealing, a fine and patriotic citizen, and a kind husband and father. The sudden breaking up of this home is a loss to this community and a sad bereavement to his wife and children. Besides these he leaves his parents, who now reside at Minneapolis, one brother in the army in France and one sister at home.

After breif services at the home Tuesday forenoon, the remains were taken to Oxford for burial.

Mrs. Lucy Worden of Oxford, mother of Mrs. Cheadle, came up Tuesday morning and returned with her daughter and children. Mrs. H. E. Cheadle and daughter were also here, and went to Oxford with the family.

 

 


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