Obit: Regall, Ernest (1877 -  1950)
Contact:  Stan

Surnames: REGALL COOK DOMER

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) 07/28/1950

Regall, Ernest (8 Sept. 1877 - 28  Jul. 1950)

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Athens for Ernest Regall, 72, a former resident of the Town of Brighton. Death was attributed to a heart condition.

Mr. Regall was born in Germany Sept. 8, 1877 and came to this country in 1903. He settled in the Manitowoc area after moving to this community. In 1940 he retired and moved to Marshfield.

He is survived by his widow six daughters and five sons. There are also eighteen grandchildren.

Attending the services from here were Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Domer, and daughters Elaine and LaVon and Mrs. Cal Cook. The Misses Domer sang several duets accompanied by Mrs. Domer.

1930 Federal Census, Brighton, Marathon, Wisconsin, enumeration district number: 0007, family number: 94, sheet number and letter: 5B, line number: 65

Ernest Regall, white, married, male
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany

Household Members
head Ernest Regall M 52 Germany
wife Mary Regall F 42 Germany
son William Regall M 20 Wisconsin
daughter Norma Regall F 18 Wisconsin
son Harvey Regall M 16 Wisconsin
daughter Frieda Regall F 15 Wisconsin
son Paul Regall M 11 Wisconsin
son Hazel Regall F 9 Wisconsin
son Edward Regall M 7 Wisconsin
daughter Fern Regall F 5 Wisconsin
daughter Leona Regall F 3 Wisconsin
son Benjamin Regall M 1 Wisconsin
daughter Ruth Regall F 0 Wisconsin

 

 


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