Obit: Banderob, Mrs. George (1847 - 1912)

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----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 04/04/1912

Banderob, Mrs. George (1847 - 28 MAR 1912)

Mrs. George Banderob passed away Thursday morning at the Hotel Royal, where she had lived the past few years with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Sattler, aged 64 years. She was born in Germany in 1847. She had been suffering for the past few months from a fatal malady, and her suffering had been so intense of late that death came as a sweet relief.

Deceased came to America in 1857 and resided at Davenport, Iowa, where she was united in marriage on Oct. 2, 1867, to George Banderob. From Davenport they moved to New Holstein, Wis. and engaged in farming fro 11 years, then came to this section and located on a farm near Thorp, Clark County, Wis. in 1890. Since 1902 decease has lived with her children here and at Thorp. Her husband preceded her in death a few years ago.

Eight children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Banderob, seven of whom survive: Mmes. Wm. Sattler, Joseph Klauck, Miss Anna and George Banderob of Stanley, Louis of Eau Claire and Mmes. H. Friess and J. Rasmussen of Thorp. One brother also survives her, Max Banderob. The funeral will be held today from the Hotel Royal under German Lutheran auspices and the remains will be taken to Thorp for interment.

The deceased was of a cheerful, sunny nature, dispensing good cheer all along the pathway of life, and her kindness of heart and open handed generosity made her friendship a boon eagerly sought and prized by man. People, both her and at Thorp, will miss her kindly, genial presence. (Stanley Republican)



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