Obit: Carver, Fred M. (1861? - 1927)

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Surnames: CARVER AURKHARDT WILCOX STERLING

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Wis.) 03/03/1927

Carver, Fred M. (1861? - 23 FEB 1927)

Fred M. Carver, formerly of Stevens Point and Colby, Wis., passed away at one o'clock Wednesday morning, Feb. 23, 1927, at a hospital in Wauwatosa, a suburb of Milwaukee, of liver trouble, at the age of 65 years. The remains were taken to Stevens Point on Thursday morning and taken to the Boston Funeral parlors, where services were held Friday evening at 7:30, conducted by Rev. James Blake, under auspices of Shaurette Lodge I. O.O.F. of Stevens Point. The remains will rest in the Boston receiving vault until spring when burial will take place. He had been ailing for some time, but immediate relatives did not learn of his serious condition until a few days before his death.

His son, Warren, of Stevens Point, and his daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Burkhardt of Chicago, accompanied the remains to Stevens Point.

Deceased was twice married, his first wife was Ida Wilcox, mother of the son Warren.

His second wife was Frankie Sterling of Holeton, Marathon Co., Wis., mother of his daughter, Dorothy, and who survives him, at the home of her daughter, having been an invalid for several years.

Mr. Carver was a native of Buena Vista, Portage Co., his father moving to Stevens Point while he was yet in his teens, and he engaged in carpenter work for several years. Later he moved to Colby, Wis., where he (the rest of my copy was cut off)

 

 


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