Charles (1891 - 1940)
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Surnames: Llewellyn, Johnson, Presher, Erickson, Putman, Phillips, Livingston
----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 13 June 1940
Llewellyn, Charles (26 DEC 1891 - 23 JUN 1940)
Charles Llewellyn, son of Henry and Caroline (Presher) Johnson was born ay Humbird on Dec. 26, 1891, and died at his home east of Loyal on June 23, 1940 at 3:45 o’clock at the age of 48 years, 5 months and 7 days.
He attended the Humbird schools until 12 years of age at which time he moved to Osseo.
In 1908 the family moved to North Dakota where they spent 16 years and then returned to Wisconsin. In1939 they moved to a farm near Lindsey where they lived for 8 years.
About 18 months ago, he and his brother-in-law, Herbert Phillips, rented a farm near Loyal at which place he passed away on Monday afternoon.
He has been in poor health for over a year. On March 27, 1939 he was taken to the hospital in Madison suffering with double pneumonia.
He partially recovered from that and returned home. On July 8, 1939 he was taken to the Mt. Washington Sanitarium in Eau Claire where he spent five and one-half months, coming home about Thanksgiving time. He gradually failed in health and on May 13th, again went to Madison to the hospital where he spent ten days. He was home just one week before death called him. His entire life was spent in providing a home for his parents.
He leaves to mourn his death his aged father and mother, one brother Ira Dean of Long Beach, California, three sisters, (Vesta) Mrs. John Erickson of Chili, (Dorothy) Mrs. I. V. Putman of Janesville and (Ruth) Mrs. Herbert Phillips of Loyal. He leaves one uncle, Cole Johnson and one aunt Mrs. Jennie Livingston, beside a number of nephews, nieces, cousins and a host of friends.
Pall bearers were Herbert Phillips, I. V. Putman, John Erickson, Alvin Durhan, George Durhan, and Lawrence McTivit.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 from the Methodist Church. Interment was made in the Humbird Cemetery. Rev. Orlando Jewell officiated.
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