Laura (1876 - 1945)
Surnames: MARTIN FARRINGTON BORTH WEAVER BEAL DRISCOLL HOLTERMAN HAYWARD BALDWIN ANDREWS GRAVES SCHAEFER ENGEL KUEHL SCHLUENZ HANSON OLSON HUTCHINS CORBETT GOLLA
-----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co. Wis.) 01/12/1945
Martin, Laura (19 Aug. 1876 - 6 Jan. 1945)
Mrs. Albert Martin, aged 68 years, a well known and respected resident of the village of Spencer, who had been in poor health the past two years as the result of a throat ailment, died Saturday noon at St. Joseph hospital in Marshfield, where she had been confined for the past two weeks. The deceased has been treated at the hospital on numerous occasions during the past two years.
Mrs. Albert Martin, the former Laura Farrington, was born August 19, 1876, in Dodge county, and was married in the town of Sherman October 20, 1909, to Albert Martin. She had made her home in the village of Spencer for the past 37 years. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Alfred (Valda) Borth and Mrs. Clarence (Naomi) Borth; one granddaughter, and her sister, Mrs. Pearl Weaver of Chicago. Her parents and a brother, John, preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 1:45 at the Swarthout Funeral Home, and at 2:00 o’clock at the Methodist church of which Mrs. Martin was a member. Internment was in the Spencer cemetery. Rev. Ellery J. Beal officiated at the funeral rites. Pall bearers were Laurence Driscoll, W. G. Holterman, Geo. Hayward, Bert Baldwin, Bert Andrews and Spence Graves. Flower attendants were Mrs. Ora Schaefer, Mrs. Martin Engel, Mrs. W. G. Holterman, Mrs. Geo. Hayward, Mrs. Bert Andrews and Mrs. Spence Graves.
Relatives and friends who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. William Kuehl, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin and Mrs. Freda Schluenz of Park Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hanson of Prentice; Mrs. Oscar Olson of Dorchester; Mrs. Delbert Hutchins of Sherman; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corbett and Mrs. Walter Golla of Bancroft.
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