Obit: Norton, Harriet Ethel (1914 - 1946)
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Surnames: NORTON HOLTERMAN BROOKMIRE CHAMBERLAIN PRICE MORGAN MILLER

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 03/01/1946

Norton, Harriet Ethel Mrs. (24 Aug. 1914 - 25 Feb. 1946)

Mrs. Harriet Ethel Norton 31, wife of Harry D. Norton of Green Lake, a bride of less than two weeks, died early Monday morning at the Ripon Municipal hospital after a brief illness of acute nephritis.

Born August 24th, 1914 in Rosendale, a daughter of Henry and Ethel Brookmire Holterman, she graduated from the village high school and after completing a course at St. Agnes hospital school of Nursing in Fond du Lac was employed at the Ripon hospital for 5 years.

Entering the service, she served as first Lt. in the Army Nurse Corps for two years and was with the 216th Overseas Hospital unit in the European theatre of war.

Mr. and Mrs. Norton were married on February 7th at Iowa City, Iowa and have resided since at Green Lake.

Mrs. Norton was a member of the Congregational church of Rosendale.

The reverend Harold Chamberlain officiated at funeral services held in the Rosendale church Thursday at 2 P.M. and burial was in Dartford cemetery at Green Lake. The casket was draped in the flag under which she served so faithfully.

The great number of fdoral offerings gave testimony of the high esteem in which she was held.

Besides her husband and parents she is survived by one brother, Claude and three sisters Mrs. Glen Price, Mrs. Levi Morgan and Mrs. Gilbert Miller.

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Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Holterman and son Don have returned from Rosendale were last Thursday they attended the funeral of the formers niece, Mrs. Harriet Holterman Norton of Green Lake whose death occurred at the Ripon hospital early Monday morning.

 

 


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