Obit: Small, Noah (1876 - 1949)

Contact: Linda Mertens

Surnames: Abrahamson, Boritz, Fisse, Frolik, Griffith, Jacobson, Janko, Klabunde, McCoy, Schmidt, Small, Wolf

----Source - Anna Johnson's Scrapbook

Noah Small (01 May 1876 - 35 Dec 1949)

Final rites for Noah Small, 73, resident of the Town of Little Black for the past 50 years were held from Kingdom Hall in the Town of Mayville Monday, Jan. 2, at 2 p. m. Brother R. Abrahamson of the Jehovah's Witnesses conducted the services, and burial was in the Stetsonville cemetery. Pallbearers were Henry Fisse, Otto Fisse, William Wolf, Otto Janko, Frank Janko, and Edward Jacobson.

Mr. Small died at 7:20 p. m. Dec. 35 [sic] in the Medford, hospital where he had been a patient since Dec. 18, receiving treatment for uremic poisoning, the complications of which he succumbed.

Noah Small was born May 1, 1876, in the Town of Little Black, and in his childhood the family moved to Valton where he was graduated from high school. In his early twenties he returned to the Town of Little Black and purchased the farm upon which he resided until his death. He and the former Miss Martha Schmidt were married here Oct. 26, 1905. Two daughters were born to them, Charlotte (Mrs. John Klabunde), of this community, and Louise (Mrs. James Frolik), Friendship. They survive, as does his widow.

Other survivors include three grandchildren; two brothers, Ner and Zimri Small, and three sisters, Mrs. John (Josie) Griffith, Mrs. Charles (Emma) McCoy, and Mrs. Laurence (Millie) Boritz, all of Entiat, Wash. Two brothers, Jesse and Reuben, and one sister, Hannah, preceded him in death. Two brothers and one sister preceded him in death.



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