Jun. 5, 1924 Luxemburg Kewaunee County Wisconsin, USA
Eugene was the son of Jean Baptiste Darte and Marie Joseph Podor. He immigrated with his family in 1856 aboard the Cutting. Eugene married Josephine Hermans 29 APR 1871 in the Town of Green Bay, Brown County, WI.
Algoma Record-Herald March 12, 1915
DECLARES INTENTION AT SEVENTY
Aged Luxemburg Resident Would Become a Citizen Regardless of Age, Resided in County for Years But Never Came to County Seat in Thirty Years
With war raging in his native land which he has not seen in over fifty years and although a pioneer of Kewaunee county, he had not visited Kewaunee, the county seat , in over thirty years. Eugene Dart, aged 70, and a resident of the town of Luxemburg came to Kewaunee Wednesday morning and applied for his first citizenship papers. Mr. Dart is a wealthy farmer of the town of Luxemburg. When but a young man he came to America from Belgium. He settled upon a farm in Luxemburg, Kewaunee County and 30 years ago came to the city of Kewaunee, county seat on business. Until Wednesday that first and only visit was the only one he ever made at the county seat. And things have changed in Kewaunee since Mr. Dart's first visit. He expressed surprise at the new court house, and was obliged to inquire as to its location upon his arrival here. He did some trading here in years gone by, but the old "Company store" Kewaunee's once famous lumber and bark yards, had long passed into oblivion. Another person to declare his intentions of becoming a citizen was Anton Bonjean also of Luxemburg, and a native of Belgium.
Luxemburg News June 13, 1924
EUGENE DART PASSES AWAY AT HOME HERE
Deceased Had Been Ailing for Past Several Weeks
RESIDED HERE PAST SEVEN YEARS
Internment took Place At Tonet Monday Morning.
The death of Eugene Dart, aged 78 years, occurred at his home in the village Thursday afternoon, June 5, at 3:45 o'clock. Death was attributed to blood poison and dopsey, having been seriously ill for about four weeks. Mr. Dart was born in Lincoln, Belgium September 16, 1845. When ten years of age he came to this country with his parents who settled in the town of Green Bay. On April 30, 1871, he was united in marriage to Josephine Hermans and then became the owner of the old homestead, and twenty-eight years ago he purchased a farm in the town of Luxemburg where he resided with his family until seven years ago when they came to this village. the farm is now owned by Louis Vandenhouten, a son-in-law. To this marriage thirteen children were born, eleven who with his aged widow are left to mourn his death. they are: Mrs. Charles Mathy of Chassel, Michigan, Charles Dart of the town of Green Bay; John of Luxemburg; Mrs. Eugene Vandenhouten of Brussels, Jule Dart of Sawyer; Mrs. Louis Vandenhouten, Mrs. Victor Laurent, August Dart and William Dart of the town of Luxemburg; Eli Dart of the town of Green Bay; Wilburt Dart of Duvall. A sister, Mrs. John Hermans of the town of Luxemburg also survives, besides 38 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Three years ago Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dart celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Funeral services were held Monday morning at ten o'clock from the St. martin's Catholic church at Tonet. Rev. Dobbelsteen officiated at the last sad rites. Internment took place in the parish cemetery. The funeral was the largest ever held at Tonet. The large floral offering was carried by seven grandchildren, while six grandchildren acted as pall bearers. Among the out of town relatives who attended the funeral were Mrs. Eli Vincent, Mrs. Joe Williams and Mrs. Rachael Vincent of Green Bay; John Dart of Escanaba, Michigan; Eugene Hermans of Little Suamico.