I am related just trying to help I did not find her obit but found Augusts..so maybe they are buried together?
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune February 19, 1942
82, Passes Away;
August John Wolfgram, 82, a
resident of central Wisconsin for
over 30 years, died Wednesday afternoon
at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Ernest Stevens, in Nekoosa
after a lingering illness.
The Rev. C. A. O'Neill is to officiate
at funeral services to be held
Saturday, February 21, at 3 p. m.
at the Stevens home and 3:30 p. m.
at the Congregational church. Burial
is to be in Riverside cemetery.
Mr. Wolfgram, who was born in
Germany on June 1, 1859, came to
the United States about 56 years
ago with his wife, Amelia Tora
Wolfgram. His parents, Mr. and
Mrs. August Wolfgram, his wife and
four children preceded him in death.
Five sons, Theodore and Albert of
Appleton, Emil and Charles of Chicago
and Paul of Lincoln, Neb., and
three daughters, Mrs. Frank Klapper
of Appleton, Mrs. John Milkey
sr. and Mrs. Ernest Stevens, both
of Nekoosa. survive. He also leaves
two brothers, Fred of Janesville and
Richard of Menomnnee Falls and
two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Kohls of
Reeceville, Wis., and Mrs. Tillie
Staats of Oregon City, Ore.
Voss Funeral Service has charge
of funeral arrangements.