Susan (1871 - 1929)
Surnames: WINCHER HANUSA KELSH SCHABEL LOCK YAKES GALSTER
----Sources: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) 10/12/1929
Hanusa, Susan (14 MAR 1871 - 6 OCT 1929)
Susan Wincher was born in Kunstadt, Germany, on March 14, 1871. When she was fourteen years of age her parents immigrated to America and settled near Leland, Sauk County, Wis. On July 2, 1890, she was united in marriage with Mr. Henry Hanusa. To this union were born eight children: Mrs. Dora Kelsh of Humbird, Mrs. Frank Schabel and Mrs. Frank Lock of Dutton, Mont., Will and Emil of Chicago, Mrs. Mae H. Yakes who preceded her in death trhee years ago, Arnold of Chateau, Mont., and Elva at home with her sister, Mrs. Kelsh.
During the first twelve years of their married life, Mr. and Mrs. Hanusa lived in Sauk County, and in 1902 they moved to Jackson County, where they have since resided. Mr. Hanusa passed away in 1923, and since that time Mrs. Hanusa’s health gradually failed. The past three years she had been under the doctors and nurses care, but nothing seemed to be a relief to her suffering.
On Oct. 27, 1928, she was brought from a diabetic sanatorium at West Bend to the sanatorium and Onalaska, where she was a patient until Oct. 6, 1929, where, by the will of God she was relieved and called to rest.
She leaves to mourn her death, besides her children, two brothers, Gottlieb and Charles Wincher, and one sister, Mrs. George Galster.
Funeral services were held at the Grace Evangelical Church at Alma Center Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Munderloh officiating. Interment in the East Lawn Cemetery. Those from away who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Will Hanusa, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hanusa, and Mrs. Maude Malchow of Chicago; Arnold Hanusa from Chateau, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gergolia and son Edward, R.C. Schwaner, and Mrs. Lena Hanusa from Logansville; Mrs. Geo. Welfel and son Marvin from Racine, Mrs. John Hemlich and daughter Emma from Merrimac; Mr. and Mrs. Funk from Augusta.
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