Joseph Pfefferle Appleton Post Crescent May 26, 1932
JOSEPH PFEFFERLE DIES FROM INJURY
Forest Junction – Joseph Pfefferle, 74, who died at his farm home on route 1, Brillion, two and one-half miles south of Forest Junction Tuesday evening, will be buried at St. Mary Cemetery at Brillion Saturday forenoon. The funeral services will be held Saturday morning at St. Mary Church, Brillion, with the Rev. M. J. Krause in charge.
Mr. Pfefferle was born in St. Nazianz, Manitowoc Co. in 1858, coming at the age of 22 to the farm in town of Brillion, Calumet County, where he resided for the past 52 years. In 1882, he was married to Miss Katherine Heldt of town of Maple Grove, Manitowoc County. Suffering an injury when falling at his home Sunday morning, he died at 10:30 Tuesday evening.
Five children surviving are three sons, Otto and George at home, Robert at San Francisco; and two daughters, the Misses Mary and Ann Pfefferle, the former at home, the latter at Chicago. His is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Mary Lacante of Edmonds, Wash., and five brothers. These are Ambrose and Stephen at Appleton; Leo in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Jacob in Great Falls, Mont., and John at St. Nazianz.
Felix Pfefferle (1820 - 1901)
Walburga Binz Pfefferle (1834 - 1876)
Katherine Heldt Pfefferle (1862 - 1924)*
Otto Pfefferle (1884 - 1966)*
George Pfefferle (1888 - 1955)*
Heinrich Pfefferle (1894 - 1905)*
Christine Pfefferle (1898 - 1905)*
Rosa F Pfefferle (1900 - 1914)*
Joseph Pfefferle (1858 - 1932)
Stephen Pfefferle (1859 - 1937)*
Christina Pfefferle Gutman (1861 - 1906)*
Ambrose Pfefferle (1868 - 1944)*
Holy Family Parish Cemetery
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