Attrill, George "Ernest" 1881 - 1957
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Date: 1/15/2011 at 17:22:57
NOTE: His wife's maiden name is Braun.
GEORGE E. ATTRILL
George Ernest Attrill 76 of Sioux City, a resident there for 20 years died Thursday after a long sickness.
He was born November 9, 1881. in Akron, la. He farmed in that vicinity. He moved to Akron in 1926.
Survivors include two sons, Lloyd of Sioux City and Orville E., of Rockford, Ill.; two daughters, Mrs. Floyd Neal of Long Beach, Cal.. and Mrs. Mabel Ostlend of Rockford; a sister, Mrs. Ray Oakes of Alcester. S. D., and six grandchildren.
The wife, Christina, and a daughter, Eva, were injured fatally in 1926 in a Waffle accident in Plymouth County.
The Manning-O’Toole funeral home had charge of arrangements.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Evangelical United Brethren church in Adaville.. Rev. L. L. Musser officiated, burial was in the Adaville Cemetery.
Le Mars Globe Post
Monday, April 8, 1957
Le Mars, Iowa
GEORGE ATTRILL HAD FARMED NEAR AKRON
George Ernest Attrill 76 a Sioux City resident for 20 years, died Thursday. April 4, at a hospital after a long illness.
He was born Nov. 1880. In Akron. He farmed in that vicinity He moved to Akron in 1926.
Survivors include two sons Lloyd of Sioux City and Orville F. of Rockford, Ill; two daughters. Mrs. Floyd Neal of Long Beach Cal. and Mrs. Mable Ostlend of Rockford; a sister. Mrs. Ray Oakes of Alcester, S D . and six grandchildren.
The wife Christina, and, a daughter. Eva were injured fatally in 1936 in a traffic accident in Plymouth County.
Le Mars Sentinel
April 10, 1957
Le Mars, Iowa
Plymouth Obituaries maintained by Linda Ziemann.
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