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Herzog, Mary (1881-1959)

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HERZOG SOEFKER OLSON ROEBER MEYER


----Source: MARSHFIELD NEWS HERALD 11/ /1959

 

MRS. MARY HERZOG


Greenwood - Funeral Services were held Saturday in Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church at Plymouth for Mrs. Mary Herzog, 78, a former Greenwood, Clark County resident, who died Nov. 25, 1959, at the Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan. She fractured a hip a month ago and had been in poor health since. The Rev. Lowell Ferguson officiated and burial was made in Saron Reformed cemetery in Sheboygan Falls.


The former Mary Soefker, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Soefker was born in Greenwood May 13, 1881, and was educated in the Greenwood schools. She was married to John Herzog on May 23, 1925, at Sheboygan. Since their marriage she had lived at Plymouth. Her husband preceded her in death Nov. 9, 1935. She had made her home at the Ricky Knoll Infirmary since 1958.


She was a member of the Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church in Plymouth and of its Ladies Aid Society. The society attended the rites in a body and sang a hymn.


Surviving are five sisters-in-law and two brothers-in-law, all of the Plymouth area a brother-in-law, Henry Olson of Greenwood and a number of nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in death by three sisters, Mrs. Matt (Louise) Roeber, Mrs. Henry (Elenora) Olson and Mrs. Adolph (Caroline) Meyer, and six brothers, Henry, August and Fred, and three who died in infancy.


Out-of-town relatives who attended the rites were Henry Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turnquist and Mrs. Orville Oswald, Greenwood Mrs. John Widmer, Riplinger Mr. and Mrs. George Theilen, Davison, Mich. Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Cammers and Ed Cammers of Genoa City and many relatives of the Herzog family.

 

 


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