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Ole Fursett

Posted: 19 May 2003 11:47AM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Surnames: Fursett
Ole Fursett and wife celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, April 25. A large number of guests spent the day with them and partook of a hearty dinner, after which Rev. Hegge made a few remarks and in behalf of the friends presented them with a fine silver tea set. A fine time was had by all present. As they were about to disperse a photograph was taken of the crowd.

April 27, 1911, Evansville Review, "Cooksville" news, Evansville, Wisconsin

Re: Ole Fursett

Posted: 21 Dec 2012 5:09PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Fursett, Onsrud, Decker, Reese
Mrs. Ole Fursett, 66, Evansville, Succumbs
Widower, Five Children Survive

Evansville -- Mrs. Ole Fursett, 66, died at her home here Wednesday of flu-pneumonia after a week’s illness. She was born in Norway and had come to Cooksville with her parents, moving after her marriage to live here since 1918.
Her survivors include the widower; five children, Mrs. Leo Decker, Mrs. Marlin Reese, Herbert and Dora, all of Evansville; and Mrs. William Brunsell, Madison; a sister, Mrs. Mary Onsrud, Stoughton, two brothers, Jacob and Anton Fursett, Evansville; and 12 grandchildren.
The Rev. M. H. Hegge will conduct funeral services Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the home and at 2 at the Cooksville Lutheran church. Burial will be in the Cooksville cemetery.

January 26, 1933, p. 16, Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wisconsin
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