|Birth: ||May 5, 1897|
|Death: ||Aug. 25, 1981|
DRAFT REGIS--WW1...Clifford Grover Adkison filled out Registration Card B on 05 Jun 1918 in GrantCnty WI.
Clifford: 21, was born in HarrisonTwp WI on 5 May 1897; father was born in Smelser WI. He was a farm laborer employed by his dad-Norm Adkison; Living on RFD-6 in Platteville WI; His nearest relative was dad-NE Adkison-Plattevl. He was tall; slender; with blue eyes & light hair. Signed---Clifford Graves Adkison
WI--WI State Journal...26 Aug 1981
CLIFFORD G ADKISON-84: Madison, died Tuesday [8-25] at a local hosp after a short illness. He was born 5 May 1897 in Platteville & had lived in the Madison area for the past 55yrs. He married the former Rosina Bentz on 25 Feb 1920. He was a caretaker at Breese Stevens Field & the Madison Curling Club for 24yrs. He was the inventor of the Athletic Field Liner & was a life member of Madison Curling Club. He was a member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church. He was also a veteran of WW1.
He is survived by 3 daus: MrsMerel Frelman-Madison; MrsDonald Doran-Madison; MrsArthur Miller-Monona; 13 grandchildren & 7 gr grand children. He was preceded in death by his wife Rosina in 1968 & a son Clifford in 1976.
Visitation at Gunderson Funeral Home. Service will be held Thursday [8-27] at Holy Cross Lu-theran Church with Rev Geo Orvick officiating. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cem.
Norman Everet Adkison (1863 - 1923)
Ada Anna Graves Adkison (1866 - 1956)
Rosina Esther Bentz Adkison (1899 - 1968)
Ruth Adkison Freiman (1921 - 2000)*
Cora Floyde Adkison Roettiger (1894 - 1981)*
Clifford Graves Adkison (1897 - 1981)
Norman Clinton Adkison (1902 - 1905)*
Wilma Ruby Adkison Sherry (1910 - 1953)*
Forest Hill Cemetery
Plot: Section 11-438
Created by: DJ Csikos
Record added: May 20, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52610786
MOST ALL desire--A Forget me not! We should remember Andrew Betts-an early settler of CrawfordCnty PA as the father of this large family group. Rest in peace one & all; One more of the many distant cousins-Dianna|
Added: Aug. 31, 2012
From distant cousin Dianna; A wife, mom, sis, dau & niece of US VETS.. THANK YOU for serving our country in---WW-I|
Added: Nov. 11, 2011