Adolph (1873 - 1938)
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Surnames: MOLLE BRECKER CLINE GILES MEAD PELTZER
----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 20 January 1938
Molle, Adolph (8 MAR 1873 - 18 JAN 1938)
Adolph Molle, well known and prominent farmer, died of a heart attack while riding home from Loyal with his son-in-law, Bud Roller, early Tuesday evening (7:45) at the age of 65.
Adolph Henry Molle was born March 8, 1873, at Snyder, Neb., where he spent his early childhood, school days and manhood at the home of his parents, both of whom are now deceased.
In later years Adolph moved to Wisconsin, where he settled on a farm in the town of Green Grove. On June 30, 1904, he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Brecker. To this union was born three daughters, Mathilda, Mrs. Edward Roller, of Owen and Mrs. Frank Cline of Wisconsin Rapids; four sons, Julius deceased, Arthur, Arvin, and Rueben, all of Owen, Wis. He also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Jim Giles, of New Rayner, Colo., Mrs. Ella Mead of Snyder, Neb., and Mrs. Robert Peltzer, of Stanton, Neb., and two brothers, Fred and Charles of Snyder, Neb., and several grand-children.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday from the Griebenow-Weirich funeral home, with Rev. Mansavage of Stevens Point officiating at the service. Interment was made in the Beaver cemetery. Pallbearers at the service were Frank and Adolph Brecker, Henry and Herman Hardrath, Adolph A. Molle and Edward Klessig.
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