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Mrs. Clarence [Ida Notham] Pomasl

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Mrs. Clarence [Ida Notham] Pomasl

Michelle Rene Schettini (View posts)
Posted: 29 Oct 1998 5:00AM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: POMASSL, POMASL, NOTHAM, LATEW

Date: 01/22/25
Source: Durand Courier Wedge, Page 1, Column 4, Obituary Mention
Data: Passed Away - Mrs. Clarence [Ida Notham] Pomasl , who resided at Knapp was suddenly taken sick last Saturday [17 Jan 1925] and was removed to a hospital in Minneapolis, where she passed away Monday morning [19 Jan 1925]. The remains were brought to Arkansaw Monday evening and the funeral will be held a St. Joseph's church at 10 o'clock this morning. Deceased is survived by a husband and three small children. We shall have a more complete obituary next week.

Date: 01/29/25
Source: Durand Courier Wedge, Page 2, Column 3, Lower Dead Lake
Data: Mr. and Mrs. Latew attended the funeral of Mrs. Clarence [Ida Notham] Pomassl Thursday [22 Jan 1925] of last week.

Date: 1/29/25
Source: Durand Courier Wedge, Page 3, Column 3, Forest Vale
Data: Grace Pomasl spent a few days last week at the parental home [Matt Pomassl]. The entire community was shocked last Monday to hear of the death of Mrs. Clarence [Ida Notham] Pomasl, whose home was at Knapp, Wis. The sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved ones.

Date: 1/29/25
Source: Durand Courier Wedge, Page 4, Column 2, Obituary Mention
Data: Mrs. Clarence Pomassl - Ida E. Notham was born April 17, 1895 near Plum City. She died at the Minneapolis hospital Jan. 19, 1925 at 10:40 am. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Notham of Arkansaw. In August 1916, she was married to Clarence Pomasl. To this union were born three children, Margaret, Charles, and Evelyn. She lived at Knapp, Wis., during most of her married life. She is survived by her husband, three children, parents, four sisters, and three brothers. Funeral Services were held at St. Joseph's Church at Arkansaw at 10:00 Thursday morning [22 Jan 1925] and were conducted by Rev. Father Hess and Father Laufer. Internment in St. Joseph's Cemetary.

Note from Michelle - Any items in brackets, [], are my interpretation.
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Michelle Rene Schettini 29 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT 
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Michelle Rene Schettini 28 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT 
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