Neilsville Times, 21 Oct 1897
Charles Maron, of Washburn township, died Tuesday, Oct. 9, of dropsy and a general breaking down from old age, aged 90 years and 3 months. He lived with a son, and had for a long time been hopelessly ill, being compelled to sit with his feet in a receptacle to catch the water that dripped from sores on his limbs. He came here from Ottawa, Ill., two years ago with his son's family, upon whom he was a helpless charge, and who did all they could to render his last days easy. The funeral will be held this afternoon, the Lutheran pastor from Granton presiding. The family have the sympathy of all.
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Mr. Henry Marohn was born August 5, 1859 in Parpat, Germany. In the year 1882 he was united in marriage with Miss Bertha Ehlke in Karnitz. Shortly after his marriage he came to America and settled in Ottawa, Illinois. Here he rented a farm for several years. Then, in 1895 he moved to Neillsville, Clark County with his family. Here he lived but a short time and then bought a farm eight miles from Neillsville. On his farm, however, he fought with adverse circumstances for the next year his wife died, 1896, and the following year his father. In 1898 he, himself, was taken sick with rheumatism. As all things still went backwards, he sold his farm and moved to Winneconne. He, however, was never able to do hard work. For a few years he was janitor in the west side public school. A few years later he started a small book store in this village, but he was only able to keep it for a short time as he was taken sick with facial neuralgia. He was taken to Milwaukee and underwent an operation which proved successful but for a short time. For some months later he was compelled to go to bed. He never recovered since. He died August 30, shortly after seven o’clock. The cause of death was a chronic disease of long standing. The mourners are: Mrs. Robert Umlandt and Alma. Four sons Emil, Henry, Carl, and Frederick, two sisters, and many other relatives.
Date of Birth: 01 Jan 1884
Place of Birth: LaSalle, Illinois
Father: Henry Maron, age 24
Mother: Bertha Ehlke, age 24
Winnebago County Death Record
Vol 123, pg 252
Name of deceased: Mary A. Umlandt
Birth date of deceased: 1/1/1884
Birthplace of deceased: Illinois
Death date: 12/26/1969
Death location: Winnebago, Town of Oshkosh, Winnebago County, Pleasant Acres Nursing Home
Citizen of the U.S.
Father: Henry Marohn
Mother: Bertha Ehlke
Informant: P.A., Winnebago, Wis
Cause of death: infirmities incident to advanced years
I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 2/22/1968 to 12/26/1969 and last saw her alive on 12/24/1969 with death occurring on the date stated above at 12:25 a.m.
Certifier: R. H. Bitter, M.D. 12/26/1969
Address of name listed above: 1331 Ontario Street, Oshkosh, Wis 54901
Burial: Winneconne Cemetery 12/28/1969
Funeral Service: Mueller Funeral Home, 208 Main St., Winneconne, Wis 54986
Funeral Director: C. Mueller
Signed: Viola Firmstahl, Registrar 12/29/1969
Mrs. Mary A. Umlandt, 85, of the Pleasant Acres Nursing Home, died at 12:25 a.m. today [26 Dec 1969] at the home, where she had been a resident since February of 1968.
Born Jan. 1, 1884, in Utica, Ill., she was married to Robert Umlandt on Dec. 28, 1910, who preceded her in death in 1956. A former resident of Winneconne since 1926, she was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church and was an honorary member of the Ladies Aid.
Mrs. Umlandt is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Schultz, Winneconne; two sons, Fred, Neenah, and Carl, Manitowoc; two brothers, Carl Marohn, Neenah, and Henry Marohn, Winneconne; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services are at 2 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Evangelical Church with the Rev. John Hoenecke officiating. Burial is in the Winneconne Cemetery.
Date of Birth: 17 Aug 1885
Place of Birth: LaSalle, Illinois
Father: Henry Maron, age 26
Mother: Bertha Ehlke, age 26
Oshkosh Northwestern, Apr 1961
Emil August Arthur Marohn
August 17, 1885 ~ April 1961
Emil Marohn, 75, of Rt. 3, Oshkosh died at his home, following an illness of three years. He was born in Ottawa, IL, on August 17, 1885, son of Heinrich and Bertha (Ehlke) Marohn, and had been on his farm for the past 40 years. He retired 6 years ago. He was married in the Town of Vinland on June 30, 1915 to Miss Louise Schoenian. Mr. Marohn was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Zion, Town of Omro, and Aid Association for Lutherans.
Surviving are his wife, Louise; three sons, Hubert and Orville Marohn of Oshkosh, Dr. Norman Marohn of White Sands, NM; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs. Gaylord Schumacher of Oshkosh; three brothers, Henry Marohn, Rt. 4, Oshkosh, Carl Marohn of Neenah, and Rev. Fred Marohn of Milwaukee; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Umlandt of Winneconne and Alma Diebler of Milwaukee; 12 grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Preceding in death were one daughter, Caroline, and one brother, Herman.
Services will be held Wednesday at 2pm at Zion Lutheran Church, Zion, with Rev. R.D. Ziesemer officiating. Burial will be in Ellenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at Konrad Funeral Home from Tuesday afternoon until 10am on Wednesday, and at the church on Wednesday from 11:30am until the hour of services
Date of Birth: 04 Sep 1887
Place of Birth: LaSalle, Illinois
Father: Henry Maron, age 27
Mother: Bertha Maron, age 28
Winnebago County Deaths
Vol. 127, pg. 43
Name: Henry A. Marohn
Death date: 24 Jan 1972
Death place: Mercy Medical Center
Henry A. Marohn, 84, of 26 North Third St., died at 12:10 p.m.
Monday at Mercy Medical Center after an extended illness.
He was born Sept. 4, 1887, in Ottawa, Ill., and married Bertha Schultz Nov. 29, 1916, in Winneconne. Mr. Marohn moved to the Winneconne area when he was 12 years old, and farmed in the area until his retirement in 1967, when he moved to the village.
He was a life member of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, and a charter member of the cherch's Men's Club.
Survivors include his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Edward Baar, Oshkosh, and one brother, Carl, Neenah.
Date of Birth: 29 Jan 1892
Place of Birth: Ottawa, Illinois
The Rev. Frederic Marohn, 77, Milwaukee, a retired Lutheran minister, died Monday, July 28 in Milwaukee. He was born in Ottawa, Illinois on Jan. 29, 1892 and was a graduate of Northwestern College and Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Wauwatosa. He was married to Emilie Zietlow of Berlin on July 3, 1916 at Fairburn.
He served St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Richwood, Bethany Lutheran Church in Hustisford and St. John Lutheran Church in Birnamwood. He lived at Neillsville and Winneconne before retiring and moving to Milwaukee.
Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Koch, Watsonville, Calif.; a son, Frederick, Oconomowoc; two brothers, Henry of Winneconne and Carl of Neenah; a sister, Mrs. Mary Umlandt, Winneconne and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday at 2 p.m. at Rasque Funeral Home, Berlin with the Rev. Miles Bruemmer of Milwaukee officiating. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery, Berlin.
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