|Birth: ||Aug. 20, 1892|
|Death: ||Jun. 15, 1965|
MRS ALBERT BARTON
Mrs. Albert A. (Ludmilla) Barton, 405 SE 4th St., died Tuesday in St. Gabriel's Hospital. She was born Aug. 20, 1892 in St. Paul, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tomasck. She attended elementary school in St. Paul, high school in Albany and the St. Cloud State College. After her marriage to Albert A. Barton in Albany, in August, 1912, they lived for a time in Minot, S.D., then in Bowlus where he opened a bank. Later, he opened the People's State Bank in Little Falls, which merged with the American National Bank.
Mrs. Barton was a past president of the Carnegie Library Board and of the Musical Art Club; had been a member of the school board, and of the Morrison County School Survey Committee and was treasurer of the Calvary Cemetery Board. During World War I she was active in the Red Cross and in bond sales.
Surviving her are a daughter, Mrs. James (Alice) Madden, and two grandchildren, Cathy and Debbie Madden, Little Falls. Her husband and two sons preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Friday in St. Mary's Church.....
The 1910 census indicates that she taught school prior to her marriage. That census (Minn., Morrison Co., Granite Twsp, ED 101, Sh3B) shows her as a boarder in the home of Rochus Kurtz. She is described as "Ludmilla Tomasek, female, white, 17, single, born Minn, both parents born Hungarian (Bohemia), a teacher in the public schools who was a wage earner and could read and write."
Albert Alfred Barton (1879 - 1955)*
Albert Thomas Barton (1912 - 1936)*
Alice Louise Barton Madden (1914 - 1968)*
Note: Obituary published in Little Falls Newspaper June 1965.
Created by: C Melton
Record added: Jan 28, 2010
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