Obit: Kadolph, Albert (1860 - 1915)
Surnames: KADOLPH TUHROW WIETMAN SCHERGER
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 01/21/1915
Kadolph, Albert (4 FEB 1860 - 17 JAN 1915)
Mr. Albert Kadolph, one of Loyal, Clark County, Wis. well-known and highly esteemed citizens, answered the death call last Sunday morning, Jan. 17, 1915, at the age of 54 years, 11 months and 12 days. The cause of his death being a complications of diseases.
Mr. Kadolph was born Feb. 4, 1860 at Ponknin, Germany, and was united in marriage to Miss Rosalie Tuhrow on Dec. 18, 1883. In the year 1886 they came to America and at first made their home in the town of Hartford. Many years ago he came to Clark County, Wis., where he made a fine farm out of mostly a wilderness. About two years ago he moved to this village, where he has resided until his death.
He was a kind and faithful husband and father, who always had a pleasing smile for everyone. In his death the family lost a loving husband and father and the community a man who will always be remembered for his steadfastness and perseverance in doing that which he thought was right.
He leaves, besides his wife, seven children who are, Mrs. Frank Wietman of Loyal, Mrs. Otto Scherger of Hartford, Paul of Hartford, Ben of Loyal, Arthur of the town of Hartford and Elsa and Ewald at home. He also is mourned by four sisters, one brother and four grandchildren.
Those who were here to attend the funeral from away were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scherger, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Brown, Mrs. Carl Guske, Mrs. Carl Rexilius, Paul Kadolph, Arthur Kadolph and Elsa Kadolph, all of Hartford, Mr. Bernhard Ruschke of Rubicon, Mrs. Fred Doehling of Clintonville, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kadolph of Hartford and Mrs. Julius Klumke of Milwaukee.
The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Lutheran Church, with burial in the Loyal Lutheran Cemetery, Rev. E. Kemena officiating.
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