Obit: Day, Clinton Deloss (1858 – 1914)


Surnames:  Day, Johnson, Danford

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/13/1914

Day, Clinton Deloss (03 MAY 1858 – 06 FEB 1914)

Mr. C.D. Day who has made his home here with his daughter Mrs. A.M. Johnson for the past year answered the final summons last Friday, Feb. 6th, 1914.  He had been in feeble health through all his residence here and the last three weeks he was confined to his bed and suffered much.  His death resulting from a complication of diseases together with a general decline.

After a short funeral service at the house Monday morning the remains accompanied by Mrs. A.M. Johnson, his only child and her husband together with out of town relatives who joined them on the train, were taken to Seymour where a public funeral service was held and internment was made in the family lot beside the bodies of loved ones gone before.

Clinton Deloss Day was born in Meeme, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, May 3, 1858.  When but a young man, he removed with his parents to Outagamie County and settled on a farm near Seymour, removing to that city to reside.

On March 5, 18??, he was united in marriage to Miss Nettie V. Danford, at Seymour.  To this union were born two children, Irwin, who died in infancy, and Elva, now Mrs. A.M. Johnson of this place.  His mother died in 1905.  While a resident of Seymour he served in several public capacities, including one term as mayor of the city.  In 1907 hi disposed of his business in Seymour.  The following year he went out west and located on a small farm near Caldwell, Idaho.  From there the next year, he removed to Payette, Idaho, where he engaged in the hardware and furniture business.  Here he remained about a year, selling out and returning to Caldwell.  In December 1911, on account of Mrs. Day’s health, they returned to Wisconsin and lived in Shawano County, near Frazer, where Mrs. Day died in June, 1912.  In November of that year he removed with the family of his daughter, Mrs. A.M. Johnson, to Granton, Clark County, where he had since resided.




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