Bio: Bohnsack, Henry (1880 - 1927)

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----Source: Neillsville Cemetery Records, obits, social security records, plat maps and census records.

HENRY BOHNSACK (1880 - 1927)

Henry Bohnsack was born in Milford, Jefferson County, Wisconsin., April 11, 1880 to Christian Wilhem and Ernestine Wilhelmine (Gruetzmacher) Bohnsack and grew to manhood there. He removed to Clark County in 1903 where, in 1905, he married Miss Emma Froelich. Emma was born Nov. 1, 1878.

They moved on a farm in the town of Weston (sections 23 & 24), where they made a fine home and resided until Mr. Bohnsack's health failed. He underwent a surgical operation, but did not get permanent relief, compelling them to leave the farm and move to Neillsville, Wisconsin, in Mar. of 1927. He died there on Saturday, December 17 at 47 years, 8 months and 6 days of age. Henry Bohnsach was a most excellent citizen and neighbor. He was industrious, honest, and a kind husband and father. His funeral was held at the Methodist Church in Neillsville and Reverend S. J. Lambright officiated with his wife, daughter, both parents and two bothers mourning his death. Burial took place in the Neillsville City Cemetery, Clark Co., WI.

His wife, Emma, married again to Mr. Wilding and died in December of 1978. She is buried in the Wilding plot of the Neillsville City Cemetery in Clark Co., Wisconsin.

 

 


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