Frank Julius (1848 - 1937)
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Surnames: LINDNER RATHKE LUMMIE SCHWARZE KADING DEKARSKE BERGER STRATHMANN ATHENS WESTENHAGEN
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 05/13/1937
Lindner, Frank Julius (4 Apr. 1848 - 9 May 1937)
Frank Julius Lindner, town of Hewitt farmer, near Marshfield, died the home of his daughter, Mrs. Herman Strathmann, in Colby Sunday night at 7:30 o’clock at the age of eighty-nine years, cancer being the cause of his death. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon. Brief rites at 1:15 at the Seehafer-Hansen funeral home at Marshfield will precede those at 2:00 o’clock at the Hewitt Immanuel Lutheran church, Rev. S. E. Rathke officiating, and internment will be made in the Hewitt cemetery.
Mr. Lindner was born on April 4, 1848, in Saxony, Germany, and came to America at the age of four with his grandparents and an uncle, locating near Sheboygan. For some time he operated a farm near Centerville, and was married there, his first wife preceding him in death about 56 years ago. His second marriage took place a year later to Miss Katherine Lummie, who survives him.
Before moving to the town of Hewitt over 18 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Lindner lived at Colby and Abbotsford for a number of years. Since residing at Hewitt, Mr. Lindner operated a farm on route 5. He was an active member of Immanuel’s Lutheran church. He became ill a month ago, shortly before leaving to visit his daughter. Mrs. Lindner is convalescing from an illness at the home of another daughter, Mrs. John Schwarze, Dorchester, Wis.
Surviving besides Mrs. Lindner are four children of the first marriage, Mrs. Emil (Amelia) Kading and Charles Lindner, Colby; and Mrs. August (Minnie) Dekarske and Mrs. Charles (Hilda) Berger, Sheboygan; and five children of the second marriage, William L. Lindner, who lives on the home farm, route 5; Mrs. Herman (Anna) Strathmann, Colby; Miss Louise Lindner and Mrs. John (Clara) Schwarze, Dorchester; and Mrs. Walter (Frances) Athens, Marathon.
A number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren also survive. A daughter, Mrs. Charles (Emma) Westenhagen, Sheboygan, preceded him in death.
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