Bio: Neuenfeldt, Charles J. (1914 - 1988)
News: Unity - The Last Newspaper Issue of The Marathon Co. Register (1961)
----Source: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) Friday 29 Dec 1961
Yes - This is the last issue of the Marathon County Register - We can no longer absorb the loss in trying to continue publishing a newspaper where the people of the community do not support it.
The Register has been published for 58 years - 17 by us and we sincerely regret having to make this move. We have made some very wonderful friends in Unity, Wisconsin over the years - and some enemies we suppose - however we want to thank you all for your consideration and kindness to us in the past - God bless you all!
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Neuenfeldt
----Source: History of the Loyal Tribune, Loyal Centennial Book, 1870 - 1970.
In 1964 the Hesses acquired the Spencer Record from Charles Neuenfeldt, a son of William Neuenfeldt, publisher from 1914 - 1916.
Charles J. Neuenfeldt married Dorothy Plank, the daughter of Sylvester Plank and Pearl Hannah Callow, 3 Sep 1938 in Dubuque, Iowa.
Sylvester Plank [father of Dorothy (Plank) Neuenfeldt]
Birth: 24 Feb 1880
Death: 5 Feb 1968 in Neillsville, Wisconsin
Father: Adam Plank b: 1822 in
Amsterdam, Holland, The Netherlands
Mother: Olivia Eyre b: 18 Jun 1845 in England
Marriage 1 Pearl Hannah Callow b: 7 Oct 1880 - d. 10 Mar 1965
Married: 19 Mar 1902
1940 Federal Census, Greenwood, Greenwood City, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, enumeration district number: 10-15, family 217, line 74
Charles Neuenfeldt, white, married male
estimated birth year: 1914
residence in 1935: Same House
son Charles Neuenfeldt M 26 (1914) Wisconsin
wife Dorothy Neuenfeldt F 26 Wisconsin
son John Charles Neuenfeldt M 1 Wisconsin
Social Security Death Index
Charles J. Neuenfeldt
birth date: 13 January 1914
social security number: 394-01-2388
place of issuance: Wisconsin
last residence: Menomonie, Dunn Co., Wisconsin
zip code of last residence: 54751
death date: 1 February 1988
estimated age at death: 74
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