Graybill, Thomas 1837-1910
GRAYBILL, WELSH, FINNEY, FINEY, RICKER, WILTSE, SMITH, JAMES
Posted By: S. Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 1/18/2016 at 13:21:12
Thomas Graybill, residing in the upper part of town passed away suddenly at 3:00 o'clock Monday afternoon as the result of an attack of heart failure. While Mr. Graybill had not been in the best of health for some months past, yet he had been able to be around and Saturday, with his wife, spent the day with his daughter, Mrs. Thos. Finney, at Cassville. During the day prior to the unexpected stroke he was about home and showed no signes of unusual illness.
The deceased was born in Juniette county, Pennsylvania, and with his parents came to Guttenberg in 1841. The later moved to a farm in Millville township and it was in that vicinity deceased spent the greater part of his life, but retired from the farm several years ago.
He bought a residence in Guttenberg three years ago and with his wife and youngest son Joseph, had resided here since.
Surviving are his wife, three sons and four daughters, namely, Marion of Millville township, Wilbert of Arlington and Joseph, at home; Mrs. Malon Ricker of Turkey River, Mrs. B. Wiltse of Millville township, Mrs. Thomas Finey (sic) of Cassville and Mrs. L. Smith of Millville township. Surviving also are three brothers, William of Turkey River, John of Cassville, Wis., and Herman of Colton, Cal., and one sister, Mrs. James, of Waterloo.
The funeral was held Wednesday. Services were held in Goshen church in Millville township and enterment (sic) was made in the cemetery near the church.
~Guttenberg Press, Thursday evening, June 30, 1910
Note: his wife was Mary Ann Welsh, 1834-1926.
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