Obit: Verhulst, Peter (1859 - 1939)
Surnames: VERHULST KLOSTER ORHT BEAVER GAYLORD STEUGER
VARNEY JOHNSON WELLS EINFELDT NELSON STABNOW HAEUSER GOTTER VOSKUII ANDREWS
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 1/ /1939
Obituary of Peter
From the Greenwood Gleaner and from the scrapbook of Mrs. Andrews, former librarian of The Greenwood Public Library, Greenwood, Wisconsin (Clark County)
Peter Verhulst was born in Holland (Netherlands) December 5, 1859 and came to the United States when 17 years of age, coming to Milwaukee, where he lived for a few years, later settling in Sheboygan.
He was united in marriage December 20, 1900 to Elizabeth Voskuii at or near Sheboygan, Wis. The couple came to Clark County in 1902 and settled on a farm 6 miles north of Greenwood, where they lived for 16 years. They then moved to the present farm home and except for 4 or 5 years, spent in this city.
Mr. Verhulst had a light stroke last June but rallied from that and was up and around again. He has been ailing for about a month. On New Year's Day he went to Loyal to stay with his daughter, Mrs. Harriet Gotter and passed away there at 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 7, 1939.
Mrs. Verhulst passed away October 23, 1933. Mr. and Mrs. Verhulst were united with the Methodist Church on December 21, 1903 by Rev. W. Kloster.
Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday, January 10, 1939 at 1:00 p.m. at the home and at 2:00 p.m. ath the Grace Methodist church, Rev. C.R. Gaylord officiating. He was laid to rest beside his wife in the Greenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Harold Stabnow and Mrs. Geo. Haeuser accompanied by Mabel Bishop sand "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" and "In the Garden."
The pallbearers were Wm. Orht, Wm. C. Steiger, Charles Varney, Olaf Johnson, Peter Johnson, Willie Wells.
Those who had charge of the flowers were Mmes. Geo.
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