Obit: Hagen, Minnie (1882 - 1938)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Hagen

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 6 Oct. 1938

Hagen, Minnie (Jan 1882 - 5 Oct. 1938)

Miss Minnie Hagen, 56, who had been confined to the Wisconsin General Hospital at Madison most of the time from June 4 to September 10, and since then a patient at Neillsville hospital, passed way Wednesday, just before midnight. She was a resident of the village of Dorchester, Wis. Burial arrangements had not been completed at the time of going to the press.

1900 Federal Census, ED 27 Mayville township Abbotsford village, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, page: 19, sheet letter: B, family # 353

Minnie Hagen, white single female

Household Members
head Henry Hagen M 43 (Nov 1851 Germany), saloon keeper
wife Elizabeth Hagen F 44 April 1856 Germany, mother of 6 children, 5 living
daughter Minnie Hagen F 18 (Jan 1882 Illinois)
daughter Lizzie Hagen F 15 (May 1885 Illinois)
son Frank Hagen M 13 (Feb 1887 Illinois)
daughter Lena Hagen F 12 (Aug 1888 Illinois)

1930 Federal Census, Milwaukee (Districts 1-250), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, enumeration district # 0032, family # 68, sheet number and letter: 23A, line # 7

Minnie Hagen, white single female
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany

Household Members
head Ida Englehard F 50 Michigan
lodger Gustave Kintonis M 29 Greece
lodger Robert J Smith M 68 Wisconsin
lodger Sarah Himmer F 59 Minnesota
lodger Leslie W Jones M 47 United States
lodger Frank E Wells M 68 Nebraska
lodger Minnie Hagen F 48 (1882 Illinois)

 

 


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