Obit: Fischer, Mrs. F. W. (1866 - 1921)

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----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 03/17/1921

Fischer, Mrs. F. W. (23 JUN 1866 - 7 MAR 1921)

Mrs. F. W. Fischer, who died Monday, March 7, 1921, at 1:30 a.m., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Peters, was one of a family of ten children. She was born June 23, 1866 at West Bend, town of Trenton, Washington Co., Wis. On Jan. 27, 1891 she was married to F. W. Fischer of the town of Lyndon, Sheboygan Co. She was the mother of six children, Mrs. Frank Schmidt, deceased, Mrs. John VanHulst of Kaukauna, Leo, Anton, Charles and Janette of Thorp, and three grandchildren. Formerly they lived at Sheboygan Falls and Plymouth, and later moved to Thorp, Clark County, about a month ago. She is survived by her husband, five children, three sisters, Mrs. Charles Speath and Mary of West Bend and Mrs. Mathew Juestinger of Sheboygan Falls, and six brothers, Michael, Frank and Henry of West Bend, John and George of Sheboygan Falls and Steve of Plymouth. The funeral services were held Thursday, March 10th at 10 a.m., from St. Bernard's Church at Thorp, Father Neises, assisted by Fathers O'Connor and Rosenthal of Stanley as Deacons, officiating, and was buried in St. Bernard's Cemetery. Those from out of town attending the funeral were: Mike and Frank Peters, and Mrs. Charles Speath of West Bend, George and John Peters and Andrew Juestinger of Sheboygan Falls, Steve Peters, Mrs. John Buelke, Mrs. R. J. Pfrang, Mrs. Oscar Meyer and Joseph Pfrang of Plymouth, Wm. Fischer of Antigo, Mrs. Henry A. Fischer and W. F. Pfrang of Fond du Lac, John Bauer of Marshifle, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fischer of Unity, Mrs. Charles Block of Minneapolis, Fred Lange of Eau Claire, Ray Lange, Gus Lange, Norman Roe and Ed Roe of Stanley. Pallbearers were: Fred Bock, John Schmidt, August Walsdorf, Mathew Kass, Mathew Greisch and Wm. Wilhelm.



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