Green Lake County Reporter - April 2, 1942
JOHN C. GARLOW DIES WEDNESDAY
Services to be Saturday
Final rites will be conducted here Saturday afternoon for John Charles Garlow who died at his home early Wednesday morning. The services will be held at 1 o'clock from the home. Mr. Garlow was born in Leichcore, Germany in 1864 and came to America when an infant with his parents who settled on a farm in the township of Berlin. After five years they moved to Montello. In 1888 he was married to Emma Sager and the couple moved to Green Lake in 1921. Three children survive this union. They are William, at home, Mrs. Sarah Smith of Los Angeles and Mrs. Emily Zuepke of Eden, Wis.
GREEN LAKE COUNTY REPORTER, Dec. 13, 1951
MRS GARLOW PASSED AWAY
MRS. EMMA GARLOW, 84, passed away at her home in Green Lake at 4 p.m. December 14th, 1951 after a few months illness. Emma Marie Sager was born in Germany Nov. 12, 1867 the daughter of Wilhelmine Schalm Sager and Gotlieb Sager. She came to the United States at the age of 19. On March 8th, 1888 she was married to Carl John Garlow at Princeton, Wis. After their marriage they lived on a farm near Princeton till 30 years ago when they moved to Green Lake. The departed leaves to mourn her death one son and two daughters: WILLIAM GARLOW and Mrs. EMMA ZUPKE at home and MRS LEN SMITH, Los Angeles, California. Two brothers: Adolph of Oshkosh, and Albert of St. Paul, Minn. Her husband preceded her in death on April 1, 1942. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. at Peace Lutheran Church, Green Lake, Rev. Clayton Krug officiating. Interment was in Dartford Cemetery.