Obit: Fulwiler, Carrie (1900 - 1904)

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----Source: Republican & Press, December 22 & 29, 1904

LAST NAME: Fulwiler

FIRST NAME: Carrie

NEWSPAPER LOCATION: Neillsville, Wisconsin

STATE: Wisconsin

TRANSCRIBED TEXT:

December 22, 1904: Last Thursday John Learned and Mrs. Lois Fulwiler accompanied by her little daughter Carrie went to Eau Claire to see Arvilla Learned who was at the hospital there receiving treatment for tubercolosis of the bone and last Monday noon the sad news was received that Carrie had died of diphtheria the night before. The shock the sad news brought can better be imagined than described, as Carrie was a bright and beloved child and a joy to her grand parents and other relatives. The little spirit has gone home to dwell with the angels and may the great God who alone can comfort, comfort the grief stricken mother in this her triple affliction. It will be remembered that her husband was killed by a traction engine on Oct. 21, 1903 and death claimed her baby boy in January 1904. Carrie had attained the age of 4 years, 4 months and 15 days. Thus the little flower budded on earth only to blossom in Heaven. At this writing the body of the little one has not yet arrived from Eau Claire so we are not able to give funeral particulars.

December 29, 1904: Mrs. Lois Fulwiler arrived home last Tuesday from Eau Claire with the body of her little daughter which was buried in the cemetery here. The funeral services will be held Wednesday Dec. 28, in the M.E. church by Rev. J. A. Hill.

 

 


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