Obit: Turner, William "Pint" (1858 - 1919)

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----Source: The Loyal Tribune, January 9, 1919.

LAST NAME: Turner

FIRST NAME: William

NEWSPAPER LOCATION: Loyal, Wisconsin

STATE: Wisconsin

TRANSCRIBED TEXT:

William Henry Turner died at his home in York at 2 o'clock Friday morning of influenza. He was born at Staffordville, Clark County, on March 20, 1858. He was united in marriage to Miss Ida M. Lawrence in the Town of York, who lived but a few years, being accidently shot. One daugher was born to this union, who lived to be eighteen years of age. After his wife's death, Mr. Turner went to Philips, where he run a camp and surveyed land for about ten years. On July 4th 1895, he was married to Miss Bessie Livingston, on two years later they moved on to his farm, where they have since lived until his death. A son was born to this union, who died in infancy. Besides his wife, he leaves eight brothers and one sister. "Pint" as he was commonly known was a kind husband and a good neighbor and was always ready to help where he was needed. The funeral services were held at the York M. E. Church on Sunday afternoon, Rev. E. E. Strevey officiating. Internment was in the York Cemetery. Friends of the bereaved family extend sympathy.

 

 


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