Obit: Marcott, Martha (1897 - 1954) 

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Surnames: Marcott, Erickson, Brotherton, Schwartz, Bartelson, Pecham, Birkholz, Brechlin, Carlson, Nall, Rasmussen, Brunner, Lindahl, Anderson, Holcomb, Harrington, Sellers, Reimer, Lourris 

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 03/25/1954 

Marcott, Martha (10 June 1897 - 18 Mar. 1954) 

Funeral services for Mrs. Ray Marcott, 56, of Dorchester, who died on Thursday, were held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock at the Abbotsford armory. In charge of the services were Mr. Aaron Erickson and Mr. Lloyd Brotherton, of Minocqua. Internment followed in the Dorchester Memorial cemetery. 

The pallbearers were John Schwartz, Harvey Bartelson, William Pecham, Alfred Birkholz, Gust Brechlin, and Arvid Carlson. 

The flowers were carried by the Misses Adele and Janice Marcott, Beth and Karen Carlson, Evelyn Nall and Dorothy Rasmussen. 

Mrs. Marcott was born Martha Brunner June 10, 1897, at Stetsonville. After her marriage to Ray Marcott, the young couple lived on a farm northwest of Dorchester and have resided there since that time. Mrs. Marcott suffered a stroke Monday afternoon and was taken to the Medford Clinic where she died Thursday morning. 

Surviving are her husband and nine children: La Vern, Abbotsford; Leon, Curtiss; Mrs. Ernest (Alva) Lindahl, Marysville, Wash.; Mrs. Carl (Agnes) Anderson, Dorchester; Mrs. Bernard (Doris) Holcomb, Wayland, Mich.; Mrs. William (Ruth) Harrington, Alegon, Mich.; Mrs. Charles (Frances) Sellers, Shelbyville, Mich.; and Donald and Ralph, at home. 

Also surviving are 17 grand children, two brothers, Walter Brunner, Dorchester, and John Brunner, Stetsonville; two sisters, Mrs. John Reimer, Dorchester; Mrs. Melvin Lourris, Avoca; and one step sister, Mrs. Ben Brunner, Stetsonville.  

All of the children and many other relatives and friends attended the funeral.  



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