|Birth: ||Aug. 11, 1878|
|Death: ||Jan. 8, 1917|
Luie was killed in an accident while repairing a break in the electrical lines between Holton and Havensville.
9734. Luie Ellsworth Nuzman was born on the farm west of Soldier, Aug. 11, 1878 and departed this
life Jan. 8, 1917, age 36 years, 4 months and 27 days. He was the third son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Nuzman. With the exception of the seven years he spent on his farm at Lookeba, Okla., and two years
at Simia Colo. he has spent all his life in Soldier. Luie was converted and united with full membership
with the Methodist church, of Soldier, when but a small boy
. He leaves a father, mother, six
brothers Ed. of Soldier, Frank of Lawton, Okla., Thomas, of Lookeba, Okla.; Fred, Earl and Warren
of Soldier, and four sisters, Mrs. Nina Hayes, of Manhattan, Kans.; Mrs. Elma Worrel, of Simia,
Colorado, Mrs. Leona Siple, of Soldier, Kans. and Miss Nell, who is at present at Manhattan
body was placed to rest in the Soldier cemetery
. The Pall Bearers were his cousins Fred R.
Nuzman, J. E. Biggert, J. H. Johnson, Fred Waters, Clint Nuzman, and Arthur Nuzman
Soldier Clipper, January 17, 1917.
The Family Circle Broken. [Family photograph] The tragic death of Lou E. marks the first death in
Mr. and Mrs. John Nuzmans splendid family
. The Soldier Clipper, January 10, 1917.
The tremendous voltage of the Havensville-Soldier-Circleville transmission line passed through the
body of Lewis Nuzman of Soldier when he picked up a live wire near Soldier Monday night. Death
resulted instantaneously. Mr. Nuzman was 37 years old and a son of John Nuzman
. It was
discovered that the line had been wired around the switch at Circleville. This was likely done last
spring when the line was being constructed and when Soldier was using lights before Circleville was
ready. No one seems to have remembered to have the wiring disconnected
. The Holton Recorder,
January 11, 1917.
Harry Sutter, attended the funeral of his cousin, Louis Nuzman, of Soldier
. Mr. Nuzman, with his
brother, were felling trees on the Johnson place north of Soldier, one of them falling on the electric
transmission lines, breaking them
. Delia News, January 17, 1917.
Circleville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nuzman attended the funeral of their cousin, Lewis Nuzman, at
Solider, last Friday. The Holton Recorder, January 18, 1917
John Frederick Nuzman (1844 - 1929)
Kate Ovanda Midkelf Nuzman (1852 - 1927)
Eddie William Nuzman (1873 - 1948)*
Nina Rosetta Nuzman Hays (1874 - 1960)*
Frank Houpt Nuzman (1876 - 1944)*
Luie Ellsworth Nuzman (1878 - 1917)
Elma May Nuzman Worrall (1880 - 1966)*
Thomas M Nuzman (1882 - 1945)*
Leona Mary Nuzman Siple (1884 - 1922)*
Fred Marlin Nuzman (1887 - 1942)*
Earl Emmett Nuzman (1889 - 1973)*
Warren Cecil Nuzman (1894 - 1953)*
Maintained by: Jen
Originally Created by: KUfan
Record added: Apr 15, 2009
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