Barbara Rosina (1864 - 1942)
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Surnames: Kronberger, Seidelman, Kornmueller, Langholz, Goetz, Knoll, Anderegg, Millard, Morse, Benedict, Feder, Sischo, Kalkofen, Yospelkis, Sauer, Meitner, Kuehn, Garbush, Handke, Keller
----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 10 Dec. 1942
Kronberger, Barbara Rosina (3 Jan. 1864 - 1942)
Mrs. Barbara Rosina Kronberger passed away at 6:30 p.m. after an illness of six weeks duration. Her death took place at the William Seidelman home.
Mrs. Kronberger was born Jan. 2, 1864, to Michael and Christena Kronmueller, Wittenburg, Germany. In 1878, she came to the United States, living for seven years in Jefferson before coming to Clark County in 1894, which remained her home for 48 years.
She was married to Leonard Kronberger May 26, 1878 at Fort Atkinson, Wis., her husband preceded her in death Nov. 29, 1925.
She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, having been christened and confirmed in her native country.
Funeral services were held Dec. fourth from the William Seidelmann home at 1:00 p.m. and from the Trinity Lutheran church at 2 the Rev. Langholz officiating. Music was furnished by the church choir. The body was laid at rest in the Lutheran Cemetery, Loyal, Wis.
The pallbearers were John Goetz, John Knoll, Jake Anderegg, Vern Millard, Ed. Morse and William Benedict.
The departed is survived by the following children: John Kronberger, Spencer; Minnie, Mrs. Paul Feder, Loyal; George, Greenwood; Rose, Mrs. William Seidelmann, Greenwood; Leona, Mrs. Carl Sischo and Leo, Neillsville; Arthur, Greenwood; Miss Mollie Kronberger, Owen; Caroline, Mrs. Frank Morse, Loyal; Frank, Greenwood and Clara, Mrs. Orville Kalkofen, Granton.
Relatives and friends who attended the funeral home from distant places were: Mrs. B. B. Yopelkis and son, Chicago; Mrs. E. Kronmueller and Mrs. Harry Sauer, Fort Attinson; Mr. and Mrs. John Knoll, and Wenzel Meitner, Pittsville; Mr. and Mrs. Huber Kuehn and son, Norbert, Greenwood; Mrs. Anna Garbusch, Chili; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Handke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seidelmann, Mrs. Walter Schultz and Mrs. Herbert Keller, all of Neillsville, Wis.
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