Obit: Fulwiler, Israel #3 (1838 - 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Fulwiler, Ross, Lauerman, Rowe, Kildow


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) June 10, 1910


Fulwiler, Israel (25 August 1838 - 4 June 1910)


Granton Locals:


Israel Fulwiler a well known and highly respected farmer of the Town of York died last Saturday at the age of 71 years, after being confined to his bed for a long time, suffering from Bright’s disease.


York Center News:

Israel Fulwiler died at his home here last Saturday afternoon, June 4th at the age of 71 years, 9 months and 9 days.  His death was caused indirectly from Bright’s disease, from which he suffered immensely at different intervals for several years.  Death finally relieved him from three weeks of intense suffering.  Dr. Ross of Granton the attending physician did all within his power t o relieve him of his suffering, but it was of no avail. 


Mr. Fulwiler was born in Ohio, August 25, 1838.  When he was 9 years old he came with his parents to Wisconsin, settling on a farm in the Town of Jackson, Washington County; when that country was a vast wilderness.  On Jan. 16, 1862, he was married to Miss Mary Lauerman.  He continued farming and for several years conducted a general country store in connection.  In 1884, he moved to Clark County onto a farm in the Town of York, and followed his occupation until three years ago when ill health and a general decline made it necessary for him to turn the reins into younger hands. 


Besides his wife he is survived by five sons, George W. of Marshfield, Amos P. of York, William C. of Burkey, N. D., Ed ward E. of Loyal, Adolph E. of Milwaukee, and one daughter, Mrs. George of Rowe of Marshfield; one brother of Stratford, and three sisters residing in Hortonville, Manitowoc and Fairmount, Minn. 


The funeral took place last Tuesday from the M. E. Church, Rev. Kildow of Loyal officiating.  Interment was made at York Center Cemetery.



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