Obit: Heyder, Paul (1853 - 1905)

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Surnames: HEYDER

----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/22/1905

Heyder, Paul (1853 - 14 JUN 1905)

Last week a brief mention was made of the sudden death of Paul Heyder on June 14, 1905. Death was due to heart disease.

Deceased was born in Silesia, Germany in 1853. He was married in 1881, and came to America in 1883, where he lived, working at his trade, black-smithing, until 1895. He then moved with his family to his farm in the town of York, Clark County, where they lived since, except one year in Granton. He leaves, besides hi wife, on son Arthur and two daughters, Clara and Welda. Mr. Heyder was a member of the Modern Woodmen Order, a man highly respected by all his neighbors, and by everyone who knew him. The funeral was held at the Visgar Church, Rev. Guy Campbell officiating. Burial took place in the Neillsville Cemetery.

 

 


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