Obit: Doyle, Mina
M. (1875 - 1927)
Surnames: DOYLE ANDRUS HARTMAN GALSTER IEHL
----Sources: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) 10/15/1927
Doyle, Mina M. (24 MAY 1875 - 12 OCT 1927)
Mina May, second daughter of Thomas J. and Alice Andrus, was born at Nettleton’s Corners on May 24, 1875. There she grew to young womanhood, and about thirty-one years ago, she was united in the holy bonds of wedlock at Green Bay to Mr. Joseph Doyle, and for seventeen years their home was at Stevens Point. Mr. Doyle is a locomotive engineer, and when his run changed they moved to Sturgeon Bay, where they resided for about six years. In June of this year they had returned to their first home at Green Bay, and about that time her last illness dated. She passed away at St. Mary’s Hospital on Tuesday night, Oct. 12, 1927, at the age of 52 years, 4 months and 18 days.
The funeral was held from the Catholic Church in Green Bay last Friday morning, and burial was in St. Mary’s Cemetery. There was a large concourse of friends at the services, and many beautiful floral emblems from the Moose, K. C., and Firemen orders and the ladies auxiliaries, of which she was an honored member.
Mrs. Doyle is survived by her husband, her father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Andrus; three sisters, Mrs. Artie Hartman, Bellingham, Wash., Mrs. Alice Galster, Leoia, S.D., Mrs. Florence Lehl, Allegan, Mich.; and three brothers, Harvey, Yakima, Wash., Sherman of Chicago, and Thomas of Allegan, Mich. Her mother and one sister, Lillie, preceded her in death.
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