George #2 (1867 - 1942)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Marden, Longenecker, Schuelke
----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 23 April 1942
Marden, George (16 Dec. 1867 - 17 April 1942)
Funeral services for George Marden, of Greenwood, were held at the Schiller Funeral Home on Tuesday. The services were conducted by the Rev. G. W. Longenecker. Interment was made in the Catholic Cemetery (Greenwood, St. Mary's) here.
Mr. Marden died at Greenwood, Friday, April 17, 1942.
George Marden was born to William and Charolette Marden in Richland County, Wisconsin, Dec. 16, 1867. When he was a small boy, he came to Clark County with his parents, Neillsville and community remaining his home until five years ago when he moved to Greenwood to live with his brother, William Marden.
As a young man, Mr. Marden worked in the lumber camps and assisted on the home farm. Later he conducted a farm in the town of Hewett for many years.
He is survived by two sons, Charles and Earl Marden of the town of Hewett, and three brothers, William Marden, Greenwood; S. A. Marden, Seattle, Wash.; and J. E. Marden, Woodland, Wash.
George and Minnie (Schuelke) Marden Family
Seated from left to right: Minnie (Schuelke) Marden, Earl Marden, George Marden, Charles Marden
Standing: Ernest Schuelke (son of Minne)
Earl Marden passed away in 1972 and Charles died five years later (1977).
Home of George and Minnie Marden
From left to right: Ernest Schuelke, George & Minnie Marden, Earl and Charles Marden
BioM: Schuelke, "Minnie" (1893)
Wisconsin Birth Records
Bio: Marden, Charles Emil J. (1897 - birth)
World War I Draft Cards
Charles Emil Marden
Event Type: Draft Registration
Event Date: 1917-1918
Event Place: Clark County, Wisconsin, United States
Nationality: United States
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1897
Birthplace: Neillsville, Wisconsin, United States
Employer: Ignitz Sabczak, Humbird, Wis.
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