Obit: Schultz, August, Jr. (? - 1897)
Contact: Ken Wood

Surnames: Schultz Daly

----Source: Marshfield News Thursday 21 Oct. 1897

Schultz, August, Jr. (? - 15 Oct 1897)

Died

Marathon County

August Schultz, Jr., of the town of Rib Falls, was fatally injured last Friday at O'Day & Daly's camp near Harshaw. He was hit by a tree that was being felled and his skull was fractured. Schultz was taken to the hospital at Merrill, but died the same evening---Wausau Herald
 

Possible Family Information

1880 Federal Census, Rib Falls, Marathon, Wisconsin

Name: August Schultz
Birthdate: 1851
Birthplace: Germany
Relationship to Head: Self
Spouse's Name: Laura Schultz
Spouse's Birthplace: Wisconsin, United States
Father's Name:
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Name:
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Race or Color (Expanded): White
Ethnicity (Standardized): American
Gender: Male
Martial Status: Married
Age (Expanded): 29 years
Occupation: Farmer
NARA Film Number: T9-1433
Page: 383
Page Character: B
Entry Number: 4479
Film number: 1255433
Household Gender Age
August Schultz M 29
Spouse Laura Schultz F 21
Child John Schultz M 9M

1910 Federal Census, Rib Falls, Marathon, Wisconsin

Name: August F Schultz
Birthplace: Germany
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Marital Status: Married
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1874
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Family Number: 9
Page Number: 1
Household Gender Age
August F Schultz M 59y  (1851)
Spouse Laura Schultz F 52y
Child Anton F Schultz M 18y

 

 


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