Obit: Andrus, Dr. A. P. (1851– 1931)
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Surnames: Andrus

----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) Feb. 28,1931

Andrus, Dr. A.P. (1851 - 22 Feb. 1931)

Dr. A. P. Andrus, of Ashland, died suddenly last Sunday forenoon of heart failure. The telegram received here gave no particulars. The doctor was in his 76th year. He was well known throughout this vicinity. His uncles, T. J. and S. S. Andrus drove to Ashland to attend the funeral which was held Wednesday afternoon.

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----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) (no date )

Dr. A. P. Andrus

Dr. Alva P. Andrus, nephew of T. J. and S. S. Andrus of this village, whose death occurred at Ashland on Sunday, Feb 22nd was buried in that city on the following Wednesday with one of the largest funerals ever held there.

The Ashland Daily News say of him: Dr. Andurs was 76 years of age. He was born in Binghamton, New York in 1851. While a boy he moved with his parents to Amboy, Ill., where the family spent some time before moving to Humbird, where his father engaged in the lumber business. When he reached college age he went to Heineman medical college, Chicago, where he graduated. He practiced here first, Fairchild, and came to Ashland from there in 1888. Since then his home has been at Ashland.

Dr. Ashland is survived by a daughter, one son, two sisters and one brother. He was twice married, his first wife dying many years ago. He survived his second wife from January 1929.

 

 


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