Pavlovic, Josephine (Died 1908)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 10/29/2003 at 20:58:16
newspaper dated March 27, 1908
DIES IN SIOUX CITY HOSPITAL
Mrs. Josephine Pavlovic Succumbs After an Operation
Mrs. Josephine Pavlovic, the wife of Joseph Pavlovic, a well known pioneer
of Liberty township, died at a hospital in Sioux City on Monday evening
following an operation. Mrs. Pavlovic had been ill the past few weeks with
a complication of diseases and on advice of physicians was taken to Sioux
City last Saturday to undergo an operation as it was considered the only
thing which could save her life.
Mrs. Pavlovic was 68 years of age. She was a native of Bohemia, Europe, and
with her husband and family came to Plymouth county in 1879, settling on a
farm in Liberty township, which has been the family home since.
She was the mother of J.W. Pavlovic, county recorder of Plymouth county,
who lives in this city. The other children who with the aged father are
left to mourn her death are: Mrs. A Gluckauf, of Sheridan, Wyoming; Mrs. M.
Kodym, of Omaha, Nebraska; Mrs. H. R. Burkett, of Potosia, and Adolph
Pavlovic, who live on the home place in Liberty.
The funeral was held on Wednesday in Sioux City and the interment made in
the Liberty township cemetery.
Mrs. Pavlovic enjoyed the respect and esteem of the neighborhood in which
she lived so long. She was a devoted wife and mother and an ideal
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