Obit: Dygart, Mary
(1856 - 1932)
Surnames: DYGART CROSBY LANG BUTLER SCHNEIDER BAER FIRNSTAHL SCHLIMM KRAUS HEMMY MCDONALD UMHOEFER FOLLETT BRICKHEIMER SCHROEDER BECK BRICK
----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 6 Oct 1932
Dygart, Mary (4 July 1856 - 29 Sept. 1932)
Funeral services were held Saturday morning for Mrs. Mary Dygart, age seventy-four, who passed away Thursday morning at the home of her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crosby. The Rev. L. J. Lang officiated at the requiem mass and also at the burial in the cemetery at Spencer where her husband is buried. The pall bearers were Abe Butler, John Schneider, Nick Baer, Paul Firnstahl, John Schlimm and C. Joe Kraus. Those in charge of floral tributes were Wanda Hemmy, Bernadette Kraus, Marie McDonald and Mary Umhoefer.
The out of town people here for the funeral were Leonard Dygart and son, Harry Dygart, Lansing, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Follett. Marshfield; Mrs. Joseph Brickheimer, of Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schroeder and Mrs. Joseph Beck, Marshfield.
Mary Brick was born in Cleveland, Ohio, July 4th, 1856, therefore reaching the age of seventy-four years, two months and twenty-nine days. She came to Brown county in the early days with her folks where she resided for several years and where she was married to Leonard Dygart. They moved to Chelsea, Wis., in the days when Chelsea was a big lumbering center. They resided there for several years and then moved to Spencer where they made their home until Mr. Dygart passed away in May, 1916. Since then Mrs. Dygart made *** Note: The rest of the article is cut off and unavailable at the time of transcription. Also, Mrs. Dygart’s birth and death dates are from the West Spencer Cemetery index on this site.
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