Albert Ernest (1876 - 1940)
Surames: Markquart, Goetsch, Glenzer, Buss, Laabs, Woik, Sommer, Huhn, Kluve, Kobs, Hill, Tesmer, Meinholdt
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 02/29/1940
Marquardt, Albert Ernest (9 Mar. 1876 - 23 Feb. 1940)
Albert Ernest Marquardt died at the home of his brother, Charles Marquardt, town of Green Grove, with whom he had been staying, Friday, Feb. 23, at the age of 64 years, 11 months and 14 days, heart trouble and pneumonia, of only six days duration, being the cause of his death. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Lulloff Funeral Home in Colby, Rev. M. C. Goetsch officiating, and internment was made in the Green Grove cemetery. Pall bearers were Richard Glenzer, Emil Buss, Fred Laabs, Paul Woik, Theodore Sommer and Anton Woik. Those in charge of the flowers were Wilma Marquardt, Marion Marquardt, Lois Huhn and Maxine Marquardt.
The deceased was born in the town of Colby March 9th, 1876. He lived in this community practically all his life with the exception of a few years spent in Seattle, Wash., and San Francisco. He was married to Anna Kluve in Green Grove on August 16th, 1898, who preceded him in death fourteen years ago.
Surviving are one daughter, Miss Doris Marquardt of Chicago, and four sisters and five brothers - Mrs. Mary Kobs and Mrs. Jesse Hill of Chicago, Mrs. George Tesmer of Colby, Mrs. Martha Meinholdt of Greenwood, Herman Marquardt of Marathon, Fred Marquardt of Milan, Charles Marquardt of the town of Green Grove and Frank and Ben of the town of Frankfort.
Out of town people here for the funeral were Miss Doris Marquardt, Mrs. Mary Kobs and Albert Marquardt of Chicago, Herman Marquardt of Edgar, Benjamin Marquardt of Owen, Fred Marquardt of Athens, Mrs. Martha Meinholdt and Laverne ? of Greenwood, ? of Dorchester and ? of ?.
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