Obit: Randall, Sarah Nellie (1870 - 1949)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Email: dolores@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Randall, Grosbeck, Waterworth, Snow, Dahnert

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 15, 1949

Randall, Sarah Nellie (8 July 1870 - 6 December 1949)

Mrs. Jerry Randall, 79, died at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahnert December 6, 1949. The body lay in state at the Georgas Funeral Home until Thursday, when it was transferred to Fond du Lac for services held on Friday. Interment was made in the Oakdale Cemetery.

Sarah Nellie Grosbeck was born on July 8, 1870, to Mr. and Mrs. George Grosbeck in Clark County. She received her education in the schools here.

In 1890 she was married to Jerry Randall at Neillsville. They lived on a farm three miles east of Neillsville until 1917. Then they moved to a large farm in Fond du Lac, where they resided until 1928. They then purchased a small farm there. In 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Randall came here to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahnert. Mr. Randall died December 7, 1948 at the age 85.

She is survived by three daughters and four sons, twenty-three grandchildren. The surviving sons and daughters are: Mrs. W. A. (Vera) Waterworth, Courtland, Cal.; Mrs. Roy (Ethel) Snow, Beach, N.D.; Kenneth Randall, George Randall and Theodore Randall, all of Fond du Lac; Mrs. Henry (Gertrude) Dahnert and Darrell Randall of Neillsville.

One daughter, Inez, three sisters and two brothers preceded her in death.

 

 


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