Obit: Robinson, Stella M. (1886 - 1915)

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----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 04/22/1915

Robinson, Stella M. (27 JUL 1886 - 8 APR 1915)

Mrs. James Robinson died at the Mayo Hospital at Rochester, Minn., April 8, 1915, at the age of twenty-eight years, eight months and eleven days.

Stella May Wilson was born in Plainfield, Wis., on July 27, 1886. She was united in marriage to James Albert Robinson on Dec. 13, 1903, the wedding taking place at Nekoosa, Wis. Before coming to Loyal, Clark County, Wis., they lived at Nekoosa, Plainfield and Hancock, and moved to Loyal about 3 years ago. They made their home on the Harry Hewitt farm about 2 years and moved to what is known as the Dave Lintner farm last January. She was taken to the hospital Feb. 27th, where she passed away April 8th. The body was brought to Loyal the following day and buried from the M. E. Church, Sunday afternoon, April 11th, with interment in the Loyal Cemetery, Rev. Anderson officiating.

She leaves to mourn her death her husband, two children, Carrol and Fern, her mother, three sisters and six brothers, besides a host of other relatives and many friends.

Deceased was a kind and loving wife and mother and a sincere and devoted neighbor. Her death indeed was a very sad one and the relatives have the deepest sympathy of the entire coomunity int heir great loss. She was a member of the Ladies' Aid Society of Greenwood.

Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mrs. H. J. Farley of Chicago, Mrs. L. Garske of Plainfield, Bert and Arden Wilson of Plainfield, Eugene Wilson of friendship, Mrs. Bert Taylor and Mrs. John Milkey of Nekoosa, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Delay of Hancock and Harry Wilson of Friendship.



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