Wiley L. Branscomb 1865-1921
BRANSCOMB, BINGERMAN, NIMS, GABEL, HICKS, SCHOCKER
Posted By: Jo Gruenwald (email)
Date: 10/12/2009 at 22:24:35
ANOTHER ONE OF JACKSON COUNTY'S BOYS LAID TO REST
Wiley L. Branscomb, oldest son of the late William and Melissa Banscomb of this city, passed away. He was born in Jackson county, Fairfield township, February 17, 1865. In the year of 1894 he was united in marriage to Mary J. Bingerman, and to this union one son, Isaac W., was born who was bereft of a loving mother at the age of ten years. A few years later Mr. Branscomb remarried and leaves to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father his young wife and baby boy, six months old, and Isaac W., twenty years old, four sisters and three brothers; Walter E. of Canton, Ohio, Samuel W. of Clinton, William G. of Fortuna, Calif., Ida Nims, Anna Gabel, Jennie Hicks and Mary Schocker all of Maquoketa.
Deceased was laid to rest in the cemetery at Rumbauer, Mo., by the side of his deceased wife who passed away ten years ago.
SOURCE: Jackson Sentinel published February 11, 1921
DEATH DATE: February 1921
Jackson Obituaries maintained by Lynn McCleary.
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