Ethel Fern Stallard (1890 - 1944)
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----Source: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark Co., WI) 02/26/1944
Sherwin, Ethel Fern Stallard (3 JUNE 1890 - 13 FEB 1944)
Surnames: SHERWIN, STALLARD, JOHNSON, KRUEGER, LEONARD, THOMPSON
*Note: wedding date recorded Vol. 3 p. 59, 5 Sept. 1906 WI
Mrs. Ira Sherwin
Burial services for Mrs. Ira T. Sherwin, whose sudden death occurred Sunday night, Feb. 13th, at the Krohn hospital in Black River Falls, were held at the Methodist church in the village at 2:00 o'clock last Friday afternoon, following a service at 1:00 o'clock at the funeral chapel at Black River Falls. Rev. Floyd A. Fahlgren, pastor of the Methodist church at Neillsville, officiated at the services, and in each place many friends gathered for the last rites.
The Rev. Fahlgren used as a text for his sermon here a part of the first verse of the twentieth chapter of II Kings: "Set thine house in order; for thou shalt die." The musical selections were by Mmes. Smith and Waters and Miss Simons: "Abide With Me," and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Pallbearers were H. G. Iffland, J. A. Johnson, W. E. Waters, of this village, and Fred Glanders, Saml. Thompson, Everett Drecktrah, of Black River Falls. Interment was in Mentor cemetery.
Mrs. Sherwin attained the age of 53 years, 9 months, and 11 days.
Ethel Fern Stallard, oldest of three children of the late Henry W. and Ida E. Stallard, was born in Humbird June 3, 1890. Here she attended the local schools, and grew to young womanhood. On September 5, 1907, she was married to Mr. Ira T. Sherwin. To them were born four children.
Following her marriage here, she resided in Black River Falls for a time, and then moved to the west, living in Ekalaka, Montana, a period of fourteen years. Upon returning to Wisconsin, she has lived at Black River Falls, Humbird, and Merrillan.
The deceased is survived by her husband; one son, Horace, now in the armed forces and stationed at Seattle, Wash.; three daughters: Mae (Mrs. Floyd Thompson) of Black River Falls, Myrtle (Mrs. Edwin Johnson) and Gladys (Mrs. Armand Krueger), of Humbird; one brother, John Stallard, of Eau Claire; one sister, Mrs. Evan Leonard, of Loma, Montana; six grandchildren; many other relatives and sorrowing friends.
Wisconsin Marriage Record
Marriage: 05 Sep 1906 —Clark, Wisconsin
Parents: Charles Sherwin, Jennie Young
Spouse: Ethel Fern Stallard
Record title: Wisconsin Marriages, 1836-1930
Groom's name: Ira T. Sherwin
Groom's birthplace: Sparta
Bride's name: Ethel Fern Stallard
Bride's birthplace: Humbird, Wis.
Marriage date: 05 Sep 1906
Marriage place: Clark, Wisconsin
Groom's father's name: Charles Sherwin
Groom's mother's name: Jennie Young
Bride's father's name: Hanny Wallace Stallard (should be Henry)
Bride's mother's name: Ida May Stiles
Groom's race: White
Bride's race: White
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