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AHART, Robert Charles 1884-1957


Posted By: Diane M Scott (email)
Date: 10/20/2012 at 14:02:11

Robert Charles Ahart – February 7, 1884 – October 14, 1957



Robert Ahart, 73, of Wimbledon, North Dakota was the victim of a tractor accident which took his life the afternoon of October 14. His body was not found until 5:30 the next morning by a neighbor. Mr. Ahart had been engaged at pulling fence with his tractor along a ditch.

The deceased was born and raised in the Marble Rock area and moved to North Dakota in 1919.

Marble Rock News, Wednesday October 23, 1957


Robert Charles Ahart, was born February 7, 1884 in Floyd County, the son of Charles Ahart and Millie (Dean) Ahart.

He married Louise Thiemann, the daughter of August and Helen (Shultz) Thiemann.


WWI Draft Registration: September 12, 1918

Robert Charles Ahart, age 34, living in Marble Rock, Floyd, Iowa; born February 7, 1884; farmer; nearest relative, wife Louise Ahart, same address.


1900 US Census: Scott, Floyd, Iowa
Charles Ahart 41 born December 1858 Wisconsin
Millie Dean Ahart 37, born December 1863 Wisconsin
Robert 16 born February 1883 Iowa
Albertha 13, born July 1886 Iowa
Hazel 9, born February 1891 Iowa
Loren 3, born September 1896 Iowa


1910 US Census: Scott, Floyd, Iowa

Charles F 51, Ahart born Wisconsin
Millie 47 born Wisconsin
Hazel 19, born Iowa
Robert C 26 born Iowa
Louise H, daughter-in-law 32 born Iowa


His parents are buried in the Westside Cemetery, Floyd County, Iowa and listed as;
Charles Arhart and Millie Arhart.

Robert was buried in the Eidfjord Lutheran Cemetery, Hannaford, Griggs County, North Dakota and there’s a Find a Grave memorial for him that lists him as
Robert C. Ahart – 1884-1957


Floyd Obituaries maintained by Kermit Kittleson.
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