Hulda (? - 1944)
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Surnames: Blumrick, Wesenberg, Brand, Shepherd, Buddenhagen
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 10 Aug. 1944
Blumrick, Hulda (? - 2 Aug. 1944)
Mrs. Frank Blumrick of Rhinelander, died in that city on August 2, and funeral services were conducted there on Saturday. Mrs. Blumrick, whose maiden name was Hulda Wesenberg, lived when a child in the town of Levis with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. August Wesenberg, their home being for a number of years at Day Corners. Several years ago, she went to Rhinelander to work, and was married there to Frank Blumrick, who survives her. She is also survived by three sons, all of whom are in the armed forces, one son being overseas. A daughter died in infancy.
Two sisters and two brothers also survive: Ella, Mrs. Charles Brand, Chicago; Meta, Mrs. William Shepherd, and Ernest Rhinelander; and Emil Wesenberg, who resides on the Elmer Buddenhagen farm in the town of Levis.
Mrs. Blumrick was about 40 years of age. She had been ill for about two years.
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