Obit: Feit, Mary (1869? - 1946)
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----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 10/25/1946

Feit, Mary (1869? - 20 Oct. 1946)

Funeral services were held at Wenceslaus Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday for Mrs. Joseph Feit, 77, former Milladore resident who died Sunday morning at the home of a son, William, in Minneapolis. Mrs. Feit had not been ill, and members of the family were not aware of her death until they went to awaken her.

The body lay in state at the Junction City Funeral Home, where a rosary service was held at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Oscar Cramer was in charge of the funeral rites and burial took place in Hillside Cemetery at Marshfield.

Mrs. Feit was born Mary Kocain, at Manitowoc, and was married to Joseph Feit in that city 61 years ago. They later moved to Milladore Township, where they operated a farm. Mr. Feit died 20 years after their marriage.

Several years ago Mrs. Feit returned to Manitowoc, and later moved to Minneapolis, where she had spent the past few years at the home of her son. She was a member of the Western Bohemian Fraternal Association at Manitowoc.

Surviving are three sons: James, Milladore; Edward, Unity; and William, Minneapolis; ? grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren; and a brother, Frank Kocian, Manitowoc.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mrs. Anna Pacourek, of Marshfield, by a son, Joseph, of Milladore, and also by a sister and three brothers.

• Note: There are two different spellings for the name Kocian, Kocain. This is the way it was in the original article at the time of transcribing.



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