Obit: McCutcheon, William R. #2 (1857 - 1938)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: McCutcheon, Burns, McEachren

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 24 Mar. 1938

McCutcheon, William R. (Nov 1857 - Mar 1938)

Dr. William R. McCutcheon, 80, pioneer physician at Thorp, who was widely known around Clark County, died at his home there Friday. His wife preceded him in death, and the two surviving daughters are Mrs. Susan Burns of Eau Claire, and Mrs. Anna McEachern of Caspian, Mich.

1900 Federal Census, ED 30 Thorp town Thorp village, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, page: 4, sheet letter: A, family number: 64

Wm R Mccutchion, married, white male
father's birthplace: Ireland
mother's birthplace: Ireland
years married: 15
estimated marriage year: 1885
immigration year: 1882

Household Members
head Wm R Mccutchion M 43 (Nov 1857 - Ireland)
wife Edith E Mccutchion F 37 (Nov 1863 Wisconsin), mother of 2 children, 2 living; parents b. England
daughter Susan M Mccutchion F 13 Dec 1887 Wisconsin)
daughter Anna Mccutchion F 8 (Nov 1892 Wisconsin)
servant Bertha Frese F 24 (Jun 1876 - Wisconsin), single, white female, both parents b. Germany.

1930 Federal Census, Thorp, Clark, Wisconsin, enumeration district # 0037, family # 243, sheet number and letter: 10B, line # 96

William R Mccutcheon, white, married male
father's birthplace: Ireland
mother's birthplace: Ireland

Household Gender Age Birthplace
head William R Mccutcheon M 72 1857 -  Ireland)
wife Edith C Mccutcheon F 67 (1863 - Wisconsin)

 

 


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