Obit: Stoneberg, Daniel M. (1859 - 1915)

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----Source: GREENWOOD GLEANER (Greenwood, Wis.) 11/25/1915

Stoneberg, Daniel M. (19 JAN 1859 - 11 NOV 1915)

Daniel Manison Stoneberg was born in Ontario, Canada, Jan. 19, 1859 and came to Wisconsin thirty-eight years ago, settling on a piece of land a few miles south and east of Greenwood, Clark County, Wis., where he prospered and made himself a home. Some two or three years ago he bought a home in this city, where he and his family have since resided.

On Apr. 30, 1881, deceased was married to Miss Olive Cox and to this union were born nine children, Herbert, Berton, Helen Syth and Louis of Montana, Edmund, who is in the U.S. Army, Violet of Fifield, Ray, Ivan and Mrs. Charlotte Francis of this city. Mrs. Stoneberg died in 1899 and on Aug. 10, 1901, he was married to Miss Gertie Howe. To them were born six children, Edith, May, Edna, Ervin and Norman, who survive him and Lilas, who died a short time ago. He also leaves one brother, Bert, of the town of Eaton.

Deceased was always a hard working, industrious man who strived to do his best at all times. Those who knew him best will cherish most the memory of his kindly disposition.

Mr. Stoneberg was taken ill several months ago and had gradually faded up to the time of death. In Septemeber he made a trip to Montana, thinking a change of climate would be beneficial to him, but he soon returned in a worse condition of health.

He died Sunday, Nov. 11th, and was laid to rest in the Greenwood Cemetery, the funeral being held Wednesday at the M.E. Church, Rev. J.S. Willmarth officiating.



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