Obit: DeGraw, Sarah #2 (1850 - 1938)

Contact: Ken Wood

Surnames: DeGraw, Prehn, Prechel, Engel, Vanderhoof, Haslow, Karau, Olson, Sexton, Schoenhofen, Castner, Kauffman, Richardson, Foster, Hein, Slyster, Draper, Prior, Boe, Davel, Thurber, Colby

----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood Co., Wis.) May 26, 1938, P. 6

DeGraw, Sarah (22 Jan 1850 - 21 May 1938)

Hold Services for Mrs. Sarah DeGraw

Loyal--Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah DeGraw, 88, who died Saturday, May 21, at 3 p.m. of old age complications, were conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home and at 2:30 p.m. at the Methodist Episcopal church. The Rev. Raymond G. Fleming officiated at the rites in the cemetery at Coles corner.

Pallbearers were: Fred Draper, Ray Prior, Henry Boe, Albert Davel, Dr. G. Thurber, and J. R. Colby, Wis.

The following were in charge of the floral tributes: Mrs. Henry Boe, Mrs. J. R. Colby, Mrs. G. C. Hammerstrom, and Mrs. W. I. Mack. The hymns were sung by a quartet consisting of Mrs. G. Nelson, Mrs. Ray Prior, J. R. Colby, and Richard Colby, accompanied by Mrs. H. P. Wanner.

Relatives and friends from out of town attending the funeral were: Orley DeGraw, Peterborough, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeGraw, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prehn, Mrs. Otto Prechel, Mrs. Martin Engel, Perl Vanderhoof, Alfred Vanderhoof, Mrs. Lottie Vanderhoof and daughter Dollie, Mrs. Charles Haslow, and Mrs. Johnny Karau, Spencer; Joe Vanderhoof and Mr. and Mrs. Olson, Colby: Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Schoenhofen, Mrs. Nettie Castner, Miss Jeanette Castner and Miss Valda Castner, Marshfield: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kauffman and children and Mrs. Hattie Richardson, Neillsville: Mr. and Mrs. L. Foster, Minneapolis: Mrs. Harry Emling and son, Norman, Abbotsford: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hein and Guy Vanderhoof, Chippewa Falls: and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Slyster, Cochrane.



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