Harry (1862 - 1935)
Surnames: Baxter, Smith, Mundiger, Pagle, Jinkins, Guitar
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Feb 1935
Baxter, Harry (12 Sept. 1862 - 12 Feb. 1935)
Harry Baxter, who together with his wife, has operated the Arcade Café for the past number of years, died suddenly at his home at 1 o’clock, Tuesday morning.
Mr. Baxter was born September 12, 1862 at Weyauwega, Wis., and resided at that vicinity until coming to Abbotsford several years ago. They moved on a farm two miles east of Abbotsford, later purchasing the little restaurant which he and his wife operated until the time of his death. Six years previous to his coming to Abbotsford he was operator of the Commercial Hotel at Red Granite.
His remains were removed to Weyauwega Wednesday after a brief service held at the Colby undertaking parlors, the Rev. L. C. Smith officiating. Funeral services will be held ? afternoon at the Methodist church at Weyauwega, with internment at the cemetery there.
Surviving are his wife and two sons, Harry Farley and Chester, both of Weyauwega.
Bio: Baxter, Harry (1862 - 1935)
Parents: Alexander McMillan
Baxter and Helen McMillan Baxter (born Lewis)
Siblings: Francis, Frank, Fred and Elizabeth
Wisconsin Marriage Records
Spouse's Name: Bertha M. Pagle
Spouse's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Event Date: 09 Nov 1891
Event Place: Weyauwega, Waupaca, Wisconsin
Father's Name: Alexander Baxter
Mother's Name: Helen Smith
Spouse's Father's Name: Albert Pagle
Spouse's Mother's Name: Catherine Mundiger
Spouse's Race: White
1900 Federal Census, ED 196 Sugar Camp town (excl. Rhinelander city), Oneida, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 2, family 24
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 9
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1891
Head Hary Baxter M 38 (Sep 1862) Wisconsin
Wife Bertha Baxter F 29 Wisconsin
Boarder Samuel Guitar M 31 Canada Fr
Boarder Jumi Jinkins M 10 Wisconsin
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