Obit: Churchill, Lillian (1876 - 1934)

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Surnames: Churchill, Dangers, Cappon, Proudfoot, Brameld, Kircher, Eppling

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 31 May 1934

Churchill, Lillian (1876? - *25 May1934) * Could be off.

After an illness of several months, Mrs. B. P. Churchill, 57, formerly of Neillsville died Friday at her home, 535 E. Homer St., in Milwaukee. She underwent an operation in Chicago three months ago.

Mrs. Churchill was the wife of Dr. B. P. Churchill and the mother of Dr. Bernard P. Churchill, Milwaukee. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Alex Cappon and Mrs. Malcolm Proudfoot, both of Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. T. B. Brameld, Milwaukee, Mrs. Elsa Kircher, Hollywood, Calif., and Mrs. F. J. Eppling, Portland, Ore.; and two brothers, W. and F. W. Dangers, both of Neillsville, Wis. Mrs. Churchill lived in Milwaukee for 30 years. There are three grandchildren, Frances Cappon, and Jean and John Churchill.

Vega Chapter No. 76 order of the Eastern Star, of which she was a past matron, conducted funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday at the Niemann undertaking rooms, 2486 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., Milwaukee. Burial was in the Forest Home cemetery.

Lillian Dangers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dangers of this city, will be remembered by many of the residents here having graduated from the Neillsville high school in 1894. After attending the Whitewater Normal school and the University of Wisconsin she taught school for a number of years in the Neillsville Public schools. She was a woman of high intelligence and devoted to cultural interests. Miss Dangers was married in 1899 to Dr. Churchill at Neillsville.

Walter and F. W. Dangers attended the funeral at Milwaukee.



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