Obit: Gosse, Anna #2 (1867 - 1949)
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Surnames: Gosse, Kobs, Ostenson, Kelsey, Reimer

----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 02/03/1949

Gosse, Anna #2 (25 JUN 1867 - 20 JAN 1949)

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Gosse, who died Jan. 20, 1949, were held Jan. 24 at the Evangelical and Reformed Church at Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis.), the Rev. F. P. Puhlmann officiating at the 2 p.m. rites. Burial took place in Pine Hill Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Herman Singstock, Herbert Meyers, Walter Baumgartner, Theodore Frome, and Oscar Erdman.

Mrs. Gosse, nee Kobs, was born June 25, 1867 in Germany and came to America with her parents when she was three years old. They lived in the southern part of the state until her marriage to Henry Gosse, after which they lived in Calumet County and later in the Town of Colby (Clark Co.).

After Mr. Gosse’s death in 1911, Mrs. Gosse remained with her children on the farm. The last few years when her health failed she had been with her daughters, Mrs. Melvin Ostenson at Curtiss, and Mrs. George Kelsey in Abbotsford, Wis. For the past nine months she had been hospitalized at Owen.

Surviving are four sons, Henry and Carl of the Town of Colby, August of Milwaukee, and Fred of Abbotsford; two daughters, Mrs. Melvin (Tina) Ostenson, Curtiss, and Mrs. George (Hulda) Kelsey, Abbotsford; 21 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Her sister, Mrs. Carl Reimer, lives at Hilbert and her brother, August Kobs in the Town of Colby, Wis.

 

 


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