|Birth: ||Apr. 22, 1864|
|Death: ||Jan. 6, 1928|
Mary Jane (Rosenbaum) Bolt
Died on 1/6/1928
Buried in Blair Cemetery
Blair Pilot 11 Jan 1928
Mrs. Emmet Bolt Dies
Passed Away at the Wise Memorial Hospital in Omaha Friday P.M.
Mrs. Emmet Bolt, whose condition was reported in these columns last week as very critical, passed away as peacefully as she would fall asleep at 1:20 last Friday afternoon at the Wise Memorial Hospital in Omaha, where she had been taken Friday night of the week before.
The doctors were somewhat puzzled as to just what the exact trouble was but there was a congestion of the ileum from inflammation of the gall bladder of a nature that an operation wasn’t advised. The congested condition was beginning to clear up when pneumonia set in in one lung and she was too weak to throw it off.
The funeral service was held at the Congregational church at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon. Rev. A. F. Newell officiating. The music furnished by a quartette composed of Mrs. J. B. Spellman, Miss Mary Cook, H. H. Brown and the writer, with solo by G. L. Dixon, Miss Jeanette McQuarrie at the piano.
The church was crowded and many had to stand during the service. There was a wealth of beautiful flowers, showing the love and respect in which Mrs. Bolt was held by all who knew her. Mr. Newell paid a very fine tribute to her as a wife, mother, neighbor and friend. She had been a member of the Congregational church for a good many years and was faithful and devoted in her attendance and duties whenever able.
Mary Jane Rosenbaum, daughter of Samuel Rosenbaum and Elizabeth O’Bryan, was born near Marlon, Va., April 22nd, 1864, so was 63 years, 8 months and 15 days old at the time of her passing. In early girlhood she was confirmed in the Ebenezer Lutheran church near Marion.
She was married to Emmet Bolt of Wythe county, Va., at Chilhowie, Va., April 27th, 1887, and they came to this country that fall establishing their first home near Kennard. The following spring they moved to Blair, which has been their home ever since, Mr. Bolt being engaged as a carperter and builder.
Nine children were born to them all of whom, three boys and six girls are living, Elizabeth, Mrs. Lloyd Pilcher of Albion, Nebraska, Guy, of Council Bluffs, Ia., Carrie, Mrs. Chris E. Jensen, of Blair, Wilma, Mrs. D. C. Gill, of Tekamah, Carl of Schuyler, Neb., Dr. W. J. of Tekamah, Evelyn, Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Blair, Helen and Ruth who live at home.
Mrs. Bolt was one of a family of seven children. Her parents and one brother, Luther, preceded her in death. The surviving sister and brothers are, Mrs. W. W. Wassum, of Lodgepole, Neb., Wm. H. Rosenbaum, of Kennard, Joseph E. Rosenbaum, of Missouri Valley, Ia., Chas Rosenbaum, of Albion, Neb., and Samuel M. Rosenbaum of Gooding, Idaho.
She leaves also, fifteen grandchildren, besides many relatives and friends who will greatly miss her but long remember her kind and loving ways, her faithfulness to duty in her home, in her neighborhood and to her church.
The Tribune 12 Jan 1928
Victim of Illness
Mrs. Emmett Bolt Dies on Friday at Omaha Hospital
Mrs. Emmett Bolt died at an Omaha hospital last Friday afternoon following an illness of but a few weeks duration. She had been confined to her home in this city for several weeks and was taken to the metropolis the fore part of last week in an effort to gain her some relief. The deceased was born at Marion, Virginia, April 22, 1864, and was educated in that city. On April 27, 1887 she was married to Emmett Bolt at Chilhowie, Virginia, and the next fall she with her husband, moved to Kennard where they lived until the following spring when they moved to this city.
She was of a cheerful disposition and had a host of friends in this city who thought highly of her. She was greatly interested in the affairs of the community and was known as an ardent church worker. She leaves to mourn her loss besides her bereaved husband three sons. Carl Bolt of Schuyler; W. J. Bolt of Tekamah; Guy Bolt of Council Bluffs; six daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Pilcher of Albion; Mrs. D. C. Gill of Tekamah; Mrs. Chris E. Jensen, Mrs. Frank Wilson, and the Misses Helen and Ruth Bolt both of whom are living at home. Four brothers and one sister besides a large number of grandchildren also survive her.
Funeral services were held from the Congregational church on Monday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock, the Rev. A. F. Newell officiating, after which interment was made in Blair cemetery. The entire Tekamah high school football team, friends of W. J. Bolt, attended the funeral in a body.
~~~ Obituary courtesy of the Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair Public Library at Blair, Nebraska.~~~
Buried: 1/9/1928 Age: 63
Samuel Rosenbaum (1832 - 1901)
Elizabeth Miller O'Bryant Rosenbaum (1841 - 1877)
Emmet Bolt (1866 - 1934)*
Sarah Elizabeth Bolt Pilcher (1888 - 1958)*
Guy Grenier Bolt (1889 - 1981)*
Carrie Ellen Bolt Jensen (1890 - 1982)*
Carl Ausker Bolt (1894 - 1980)*
William Jay Bolt (1896 - 1979)*
Mary Ruth Bolt (1898 - 1936)*
Helen Katherine Bolt (1902 - 1986)*
Evelyn Bolt Wilson (1907 - 1987)*
Malissa Josephine Rosenbaum Wassum (1860 - 1936)*
Mary Jane Rosenbaum Bolt (1864 - 1928)
Plot: Block: 69 Lot: 16 Grave: 9
Created by: S. Wardell
Record added: May 25, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 111143019