BioM: Sackett, Nora (1936)

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Surnames: Sackett, Spencer, Longenecker

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 3 Sept. 1936


Sackett, Nora (Marriage - 30 Aug. 1936)


William Ralph Spencer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Spencer and Miss Nora Sackett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Sackett, all of the town of Seif were married Sunday afternoon, August 30, at Sunset Point, Rev. G. W. Longenecker officiating.

The young couple will live in the town of Seif.



Bio: Hartson, William Riley  (1860 -1918)

----Source: Clinton Daily Advertiser, Friday, 6 Nov 1914

Calamus, Iowa--Mr. Hartson and daughters departed for their new home in Neillsville, Wis., Wednesday.




Father: David James “James” Hartson 1835–1898​​
Marriage: 28 August 1859, Cadiz, Green, Wisconsin, United States
Mother: Betsy Ann Fay 1844–1881

William Riley Hartson1860–1918; Marriage: about 1882, Probably, Clinton, Clinton, Iowa, United States
Wife: Nancy Ann “Anna” Green1865–1905

Children of Nancy Ann “Anna” Green and William Riley Hartson (13)
Edythe Mildred Hartson 1883–1957
Jessie Ann Hartson1885–1972 (married George Sackett)
Frederick Riley Hartson 1887–1951
Elnora Ellen Hartson 1889–1938
Charles Edward Hartson 1890–1961
Marion M. Hartson 1893–1919
Minnie Hartson 1894–Deceased
William Harrison “Harry” Hartson 1894–1984
Hazel Lacetta Hartson 1896–1942
Lillian Marilla Hartson 1898–1982
Violet Ruby Hartson 1901–1964
Ruth Elsie Hartson 1903–1959
Florence Elizabeth Hartson 1905–1991



Obit: Hartson, William Riley (1860 -1918)


Surnames: DeWitt, Donahue, Ely, Frederichson, Green, Hartson, Phillips, Ramson, Sackett


----Source: Clinton Herald May 22, 1918

William R. "Hartson".

Death following an ailment that lasted two years, came Tuesday (May 21, 1918 was a Tuesday, Death Certificate has May 20, 1918) noon to William R. "Hartson" at his home in Calamus. The body was brought this afternoon to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Maurice Ely, 1647 Sunnyside avenue, where funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock by the Rev. G. D. Rogers, Baptist. Burial will be made at Springdale cemetery (Springdale Cemetery, Clinton, Clinton County, Iowa, Section15, Block 56).

William "Hartson" was born August 8th, 1860 at Savanna, Ill., and came to Clinton county to engage as a farmer many years ago. Mrs. "Hartson" preceded him in death 12 years ago (Nancy Ann Green Hartson died Dec 27, 1905), leaving the following sons and daughters: Fred (#3), Harry (#7), Edward (#5), Mrs. Maurice Ely (Edythe Hartson #1), Mrs. Alfred Willard (Marion Hartson #6) of Clinton; Mrs. Della Ryner (Husbands name was Del, Hazel Hartson #8), DeWitt; Mrs. John Cady (Elnora Hartson #4), Elsie (#11), Florence (#12, My Grandmother), Violet (Ruby Hartson #10), Lillian (#9), Calamus; Mrs. George Sackett (Jessie Hartson #2), "Neillsville", Wis. Two sisters and a brother also survive. They are "George Burton Hartson" (Had Albert but never went by that name in census, died Mar 10, 1941, #3), Clinton; Mrs. Emil Ramson (Marion Hartson was divorced in 1915, and in July 24, 1913 going by Minnie Phillips #4), Donahue and Mrs. Lillian "Frederichson" (Died Jun 24, 1956 #6), Lyons.  ( Franklin was in Sterling, Logan, Colorado during this period )



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