Noggle, Samuel Milton died 1935
NOGGLE, DARK, SHAW, ORTMAN, BOEHM, KERN, POLLOCK
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 10/22/2017 at 10:25:10
Clayton County Register, Thur., 11 Apr. 1935. Elkport column.
Samuel Milton Noggle, son of Jake Noggle and his wife, Sarah, nee Dark, was born in Burbon county, Kansas. With his parents he came to Iowa at the age of eight months and lived in the State the rest of his life. In August, 1887, he was united in holy matrimony to Miss Maggie Shaw. To this union 13 children were born, of which four preceded him in death, three girls and one boy. The deceased made his livelihood as a farmer, and many were the days that brought anxious moments how he would provide for the loved ones. He was in fairly good health for his age, and on the day of his passing, March 28, 1935, he assisted his son Jim repair fence. In the evening he enjoyed a hearty supper, after which he went to look after the work he had begun, the cooking of maple sap for syrup. When it began to get dark his wife became worried and went in search of him, finding him lying on the ground, already dead. He leaves to mourn his sudden passing his wife, six boys and three daughters: Jake Noggle, North Buena Vista, Iowa; Jim Noggle, Garber; John Noggle, Elkport; Ben Noggle, Strawberry Point, Iowa; Ray Noggle, Elkport; Ernest Noggle, Volga City; Mrs. Maggie Ortman, Strawberry Point; Mrs. Jane Boehm, Manchester; Mrs. Elsie Kern, Guttenberg; one brother, A. C. Noggle, North Buena Vista; one sister, Mrs. John Pollock, Jamesport, Mo.; and 24 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and a host of friends who will sorely miss his smiling friendship. He reached the age of 73 years, 6 months and 23 days. Funeral services were held at the home of the deceased March 31st, at 1:30,burial in the Mt. Harmony cemetery, the Rev. F. E. Damm in charge.
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