Obit: Lindekugel, William F. (1850 - 1939)

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----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 25 May 1939

Lindekugel, William F. (20 OCT 1850 - 17 MAY 1939)

William Frederick Lindekugel, 88, passed away at the home of his son Frank in the Town of Loyal, May 17, at 8:30 P.M. Cause of his death was pneumonia.

The deceased was born on Oct. 20, 1850 in Germany and was baptized in Neu-Langsow, later being confirmed in Province Brandenburg. On Nov. 18, 1877 he was united in marriage to Marie Sillack in Germany. He followed the occupation of mason and farmer all of his life.

He came with his wife to Clark County in the spring of 1887, and has resided here since. His wife preceded him in death on Nov. 23, 1932. Mr. Lindekugel was one of the few surviving member of the former Krieger Verin.

Funeral services were held Saturday May 20th at 2:oo P. M. from Trinity Lutheran Church in Loyal, of which church he was a member. Burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery.

Pall bearers were John Knoll, Philip Capelle, Wm. Pockrandt, Gust Voight, Fred Strege and Alfred Oestreich.

Ladies in charge of the flowers were Mrs. Philip Capelle, Mrs. Wm. Pockrandt, Mrs. Alfred Oestreich, Mrs. John Habhegger and Mrs. Fred Strege.

Those that attended the funeral from away were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strehlow, Mr. Herman Gramgach and Mr. Frank Lindekugel of Poysippi, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brandt and child of Wisconsin Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trachte and two children of Shortville, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trachte and son Albert of Arpin; Mr. and Mrs. John Klumb, Jr., and daughter Lila, Mr. John Klumb, Sr., and Mrs. Fred Kuethe and son Alfred all of Marshfield.



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