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Posted: 20 Oct 2011 6:43AM GMT
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Hi, I am not related. Hope this helps. RP.
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Rhinelander Daily News, The | Rhinelander, Wisconsin | Monday, November 01, 1937 | Page 2

Mrs. Augusta Cheslock, 73, Dies in Home
Resident of City Since 1900
Leaves Many Relatives in North Area.

Mrs. Augusta Cheslock, a resident of Rhinelander since 1900, died in her home, 804 Randall avenue, at 1:25 p. m. yesterday. She was well known in this city and northern
Wisconsin.
Seventy-three years of age, ^4rs. Cheslock had been ill for the last four years. She had been confined to her bed for the last year.
Augusta Corda was born Sept. 29, 1864, in Poland, and came to the United States about 50 years ago. She married Vincent Cheslock soon after her arrival in this country.
She leaves four daughters, Mrs. Annie Pinkert of Iron Mountain, Mich., Mrs Laura Hoppa and Miss Dorothy Cheslock oi Rhinelander, and Mrs. Martha Darnick Of Fond du Lac; four sons, William of Milwaukee, Frank and Joseph of St. Paul, Minn., and Edward of Rhinelander; two brothers, John Corda of Bessemer, Mich., and Nick Kolinski of Watersmeet, Mich.; one sister, Mrs. John Marshall of Ashland; her step-father. John Kolinski of Watersmeet, Mich.; 18 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Mrs. Cheslock was a member of the Royal Neighbors lodge.
Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Catholic church.
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Rhinelander Daily News, The | Rhinelander, Wisconsin | Wednesday, November 03, 1937 | Page 2

Cheslock Funeral Held Here Today

Funeral services for the late Mrs. Augusta Cheslock were held at 9 o'clock this morning in St. Joseph's church.
Out-of-town relatives here for the funeral included: Mrs. Joseph Darnick of Fond du Lac; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pinkart. Mrs. William Root. Miss Genevieve Pinkart, Mrs Ann Bradesen, Ben Pinkart and George Cheslock. all of Iron Mountain, Mich.; Joseph Pinkart of Pembine; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cheslock of St. Paul. Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kolinski, James Kolinski and Josephine Kolinski, all of Watersmeet, Mich.
Besides the survivors listed in The News Monday, Mrs. Cheslock leaves her husband, George Cheslock, who has been living in Iron Mountain. Mich., recently.
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Rhinelander Daily News, The | Rhinelander, Wisconsin | Monday, October 31, 1938 | Page 5

In Memoriam
In loving remembrance of our dear wife and mother
MRS. GEORGE CHESLOCK
who passed away one year ago today.
We have only your memory, dear wife and mother
To remember our whole lives through
But the sweetness will linger forever
As we treasure the image of you.
We mourn for you, dear wife and mother,
But not with outward show,
For the heart that mourns sincerely
Mourns silently and low.
Only a prayer that is tender,
Earnest, deep and true,
But it comes from the heart, dear wife and mother,
While we are thinking of you
Sadly missed by
GEORGE CHESLOCK
AND FAMILY.
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