Obit: Brown, Elizabeth Bertha #2 (1886 - 1956)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Brown, Kruzer, Kielshcski, Kelley, New Coop, Buker, Rogelio, Stafford, Reese, Erickson, Thwing, Dunn, Bredesen, Nulton  

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 27, 1956 

Brown, Elizabeth Bertha (27 January 1886 - 20 December 1956)  

Funeral Services for Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, 70, were held Sunday afternoon from Grace Methodist Church. The Rev. Ethel Nulton officiated.  Burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery.  

Mrs. Brown died Thursday afternoon in the Neillsville Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for several months.  She had been in poor health for several years. 

Mrs. Brown, nee Elizabeth Bertha Kruzer, was born January 27, 1886, in Wheaton, Minn.  She was married on December 9, 1907, at Loyal to Bert George Brown.  After their marriage they resided her until 1929, when they moved to Ojibwa, where Mr. Brown died, August 11, 1938.  Shortly after his death Mrs. Brown and her children returned here, where she has since resided.  

She is survived by the following children: Loren of Fargo, N.D.; Mrs. George (Irene) Kielshcski, and Gordon of Bergland, Mich.; Bert of Greenwood; and Neil, at home; also by two sisters, Mrs. Emma Kelley of Moorhead, Minn., and Mrs. Anna New Coop of Billings, Mont.; and five grandchildren. 

Pallbearers were: Arthur Buker, Greg Rogelio, Elmer Stafford; Dave Reese; Thomas Erickson and Dave Thwing.  Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Dunn accompanied by June Bredesen sang "Beyond the Sunset" and "God Leads His Dear Children Along." 



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