|Birth: ||Feb. 11, 1871|
|Death: ||Jan. 2, 1904|
Morning Observer January 5, 1904 (Front Page)
BRANT - In Perry, Sunday night Mrs. Vula Brant who has been sick with consumption (tuberculosis) for many months. The family consisted of the husband (Benjamin), wife (Zula) and four children (Forrest Dewitt, Bernice Norma, Frederick Eugene and Bessie B.)The youngest a little babe five weeks old, now being cared for by Mrs. Grant Keys of this city. Their home was formerly in South Dakota, having moved to Perry last August. The funeral will take place today in the IOOF hall at 1:30 under the auspices of the Degree of Honor, of which the deceased was a member in good standing in Rapid City, South Dakota. Rev W. L. Nan Nuys will conduct the services.
then they sent another page - must be the next print of the paper as it says:
Mrs. Vula Brant, who died at Perry Monday, was buried yesterday under the auspices of the local lodge D. of H. The funeral was conducted in Odd Fellows hall by Rev. Van Nuys. Mrs. Brandt was a member of the Degree of Honor in North Dakota.
Spelling and Inconsistencies are listed exactly as they are in the paper. Thank-you to the research from the Oregon Genealogy Library in La Grande, Oregon for their help in finding these obituaries in the paper.
Benjamin F Brant (1864 - 1918)*
Plot: Division C Block 7 Lot 4 Space 7
Created by: Lisa Leiding
Record added: Feb 25, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85732813