Obit: Beyerl, Rosina (1880 - 1915)

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----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 07/15/1915

Beyerl, Rosina (5 AUG 1880 - 7 JUL 1915)

Mrs. Frank Beyerl, who had been seriously ill for two weeks, with pneumonia, passed away at her home Wednesday evening, July 7th, 1915, aged 34 years, 11 months and 2 days.

Rosina Gittle was born at Leroy, Dodge Co., Wis., Aug. 5th, 1880, where she resided until June 16th, 1903, when she was united in marriage to Frank Beyerl of the town of Colby, Clark Co., and came here to reside. There were born to her four children - Arnold, March 8th, 1904, who died Feb. 17th, 1912; Martha, March 19th, 1907; Sophia, March 9th, 1911; Laura, Dec. 19th, 1912. She leaves to mourn her death, besides her husband and three children, two brothers and six sisters - Jacob and Joseph Gittle, Mrs. Theresa Schbel, Mrs. Johanna Schmidtbauer, Mrs. Magdelena Meyer, Mrs. Matilda Ries, Mrs. Justina Gruber, of Leroy, Dodge Co., Wis., and Mrs. Anna Jammer of Minnesota, all of whom were here to attend the funeral except Mrs. Jammer. Other relatives present were, Bernhard Schbel,, Andrew Schmidtbauer, John Meyer, Alois Gruber and Mrs. Joseph Gittle, of Leroy.

Mrs. Beyerl will be long remembered for her bright intellect and happy manner. She was a true and loving wife and mother, and the tender sympathies of the entire community are given to the mourning household.

The funeral took place on Saturday morning, with services in St. Mary’s Church, Rev. H.J. Artmann officiating, and was largely attended by relatives, neighbors and friends. Interment was in the Catholic Cemetery.



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