Obit: Tuttle, Rosy
May (1875 - 1904)
Contact: Lani Bartlett
Surnames: TUTTLE, LYDIKSEN
----Sources: Marathon Register Newspaper, Unity, WI (December 2, 1904 )
Never were the people of this community more shocked and saddened that when they learned last week of the sudden death of Mrs. Burton E Tuttle at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lydiksen in the town of Unity.
With but a few hours of warning a happy home was robbed of its brightness, a loving wife was torn from the fond embrace of a devoted husband, three precious little children were made motherless by the unrelenting hand of death.
On Thursday the deceased attended a meeting of the Maple Grove Ladies Aid and was appranetly enjoying good health, Friday morning however she was not feeling well but accompanied her husband to the home of her parents where he was doing some work. Her condition became worse and as Dr. Clark was out of town. Dr. Strayer of Spencer was called. Everything that medical skill and kind hands of loving relatives and friends could do was of no avail, she grew rapidly weaker and at 11:30 Saturday she closed her eyes to things of this world ; her spirit had gone to its maker.
Researcher’s Note - She died on Saturday, Nov 19,1904.
Rosy May Holmes was born at Sparta, WI on Dec 16th 1875, she was removed with her parents to the town of Unity in 1878 where she grew to womanhood.
On Jan. 15th 1896 she was united in marriage to Burton E Tuttle of Campbellsport. She resided at Campbellsport until the spring of this year (1904) when with her husband children Lucy removed to the town of Unity.
She was a devoted wife, an affectionate mother and a true friend.
She is survived by her husband, B.E. Tuttle, three children; Pearl, age 8; Vernie, age 5; and Ruby, age 2; her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. Lydiksen, several brothers and sisters and a host of friends who mourn her departure.
The funeral was held from the M. E. Church Monday at 2:00 P.M. and was one of the largest ever held here.
Researcher’s Note Rev W.J. James conducted the services.
The brreaved family and relatives have the sincere sympathy of their many friends in their sad bereavement.
Researcher’s Note - Rosie M Tuttle is buried at Unity Township Cemetery, Unity, WI. Sometimes called Brighton by the locals.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire the (to) thank the neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us since the death and at the burial of our beloved wife and daughter, Rosie M Tuttle. For the many beautiful flowers and every little kindness may they receive their reward in heaven.
Mr. and Mrs. P Lydiksen
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