Elizabeth (1871 - 1966)
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Surnames: Vine, Booher, Abel, Marvin, Voss, Thiel, Campbell, Trimble, Trawike, Smith, Tidmarsh, Bishop, Disch, Martin, Hendricks, Fletcher, Huntley, Jacobson, Fox, Bushnell, Price, Wolf, Young, Steffen, Johnson, Mortimer, Sturtz
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Vine, Elizabeth (25 Feb. 1871 - 6 Oct. 1966)
Greenwood - Services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Grace Methodist Church here for Mrs. Elizabeth Vine, who died Oct. 6. The Rev. Carl Booher officiated, and burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery.
Pallbearers, all grandsons, were Bernard Vine, Jerome Vine, Robert Vine, Richard Abel, Alfred Marvin and Kenneth Marvin.
Mrs. Wayne Voss, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Carl Booher, sang "The Old Rugged Cross," and "In the Garden."
Attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thiel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Trimble and Mrs. and Mrs. Chester Vine, Janesville; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vine and son, Bernard; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Trawike and Harley Vine, Evansville.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Smith, Lincoln, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tidmarsh, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bishop and Miss Pauline Disch, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Disch, Monticello; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Vine, Racine; Olgie Vine, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Martin, Mrs. Kate Hendricks and Miss Joan Able, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fletcher, Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marvin, Endeavor; Mrs. Harmon Huntley, Mrs. Dela Chase and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jacobson, Neillsville; Mrs. Florence Fox and Miss Shirley Smith, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bushnell and son, Duane, and Mrs. August Prince and son Ernest, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Young and Mrs. Paul Young, Loyal.
Mrs. William Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Abel, Mr. and Mrs. Steffen and Mrs. Blanche Steffen and Sherri, Greenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mortimer, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sturtz Sr., Loyal; and many other relatives and friends from the surrounding areas.
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Greenwood - Mrs. Elizabeth Vine, 94, a former Greenwood resident, died at 5:30 a.m. Thursday at the Caraville Home for the Aged in Janesville where she had resided for the past five years. The body will be brought to Greenwood and will life in state at the Grace Methodist Church here from noon Sunday until time of services at 2 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Carl Booher will officiate, and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery.
A Janesville funeral is in charge of arrangements.
The former Elizabeth Smith was born Feb. 25, 1871, at Black River Falls, and later moved to Greenwood with her parents, who settled on a farm in the town of Warner. Her marriage to August Vine, who preceded her in death Aug. 22, 1918, took place, April 22, 1892, at Greenwood.
After their marriage, the Vines lived on a farm north of Greenwood, where Mrs. Vine resided until 1943 when she moved to Janesville with her son, Harley, and family. She also lived with other sons, Roy and Chester, until 1961, when she was admitted to the Caravilla Home.
Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. William (Esther) Marvin and Mrs. Edwin (Fern) Abel, Greenwood; and Mrs. Edwin (Nina) Noah, Oilsdale, Calif.; five sons, Harley and Roy Vine, Evansville; Chester and Hugh Vine, Janesville; and Algie Vine, Milwaukee; 19 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son, Benjamine; four sisters and four brothers.
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