Obit: Miller, Jacob #2 (1867 - 1937)

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Surnames: Miller, Smith, Amacher, Bitter, Beil, Jackson, Schmidt, Marks, Baker, Dieter, Thiede, Sorenson, Beaulieu, Lindtner, Vanderhoof, Munson, Gasparie

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/01/1937

Miller, Jacob (28 Dec. 1867 - 27 Mar. 1937)

Funeral services were conducted for Jacob Miller, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the Schwartoff Funeral home in Spencer. The Rev. L. C. Smith of Abbotsford, officiated. Internment was made in the cemetery at Spencer. The pallbearers were Hans Amacher, Harvey Bitter, Frank Beil, Walter Jackson, Frank Schmidt, Ferdinand Marks, all of Abbotsford, Wis.

Jacob Miller was born Dec. 28, 1867 of Louis Miller and Elizabeth Baker in Calumet, Fond du Lac County. At the age of three after an attack of scarlet fever he was left a deaf mute. He received his education and vocational training in cabinet making at the State Institution at Delevan, Wis. Here he met Hannah Dieter, also a deaf mute victim of childhood illness, whom he married Sept. 3, 1895 at Excelsior in Richland County.

To this union were born two daughters and one son.

For 18 years Mr. Miller worked as a cabinet maker and carpenter in Excelsior. The family then moved to Greenwood where Mr. Miller successfully operated a farm for 21 years. The last two years he has retired from active work and made his home in Abbotsford, Wis.

At the age of five years the deceased was stricken with *osteomyelitis in his leg. For the last five weeks Mr. Miller was receiving treatment at the Madison General Hospital where he succumbed on March 27 at the age of 69 years, 2 months and 27 days.

He is survived by his wife Hannah, two daughters, Mrs. Effie Thiede, Richland Center; Mrs. John Sorenson, Unity; one son, Clifton, at home. Three sisters, Mrs. Mathilda Beaulieu and Mrs. Amelia Lindtner, twin sisters of Rhinelander; Mrs. Charlotte Vanderhoof of Spencer; two brothers, Louis of Abbotsford and Charles of Fond du Lac also survive. There are seven grandchildren: William, Lyle and Roger Thiede of Muscoda; Lucille Sorenson, Unity; Beverly and Kenneth Miller, Abbotsford, Wis. Two sisters preceded him in death.

Out of town relatives who attended the funeral were Mrs. Effie Thiede and two sons, William and Roger, of Richland Center, Mrs. John Sorenson and daughter, Lucille, Unity; Mrs. Mathilda Beaulieu and son Harry, Mrs. Amelia Lindtner, Rhinelander; Mrs. Charlotte Vanderhoof, daughter, ? and sons, Harold, Munson, Ward, David of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Joe ?, Mr. Jack Gasparic of Greenwood.

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