Obit: Schwarze, Herman R. #2 (1881 - 1932)
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Surnames: Schwarze, Barkley, Brick, Buker, Greene

----Source: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, Wis.) Oct. 1932

Schwarze, Herman R. #2 (21 MAY 1881 - 23 OCT 1932)

Dr. Herman Richard Schwarze, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Schwarze of Greenwood, was born in the Town of Warner, May 21, 1881, and was confirmed April 12, 1896.

He spent his youth on the home farm and later learned the profession of veterinarian, graduating from the veterinary college at Kansas City, MO, in 1903. He then enlisted for service in the Philippines where he remained for three years, going from there to Chicago where he remained for two years taking postgraduate work. In 1909 he went to Springfield, Ill. where he practiced for eight years. He also practiced his profession at Champaign, Ill., St. Louis, MO. and for the past eight years has been in East St. Louis, Ill where he was engaged in the manufacture of serums.

On September 29, 1909, he was united in marriage to Bethel B. Barkley. Dr. Schwarze was instantly killed in an auto accident at Monticello, Ill., Tuesday afternoon. Oct. 23, 1932. Just a few weeks before his death he and his wife spent a week here visiting relatives and friends. He was well liked and had a wide acquaintance throughout several states.

He is survived by his widow, his aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schwarze, four brothers, George and Otto, town of Warner, Adolph and Albert, Greenwood, three sisters, Mrs. Fred Buker and Mrs. Fred Brick, town of Warner and Mrs. Sydney Greene, Pueblo, Colo., also...

 

 


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