|Birth: ||Jul. 24, 1861|
|Death: ||Feb. 26, 1939|
Mrs. Louise Paulsen, 76, succumbed unexpectedly Friday noon at the home of Walter Kurtz in this city where she had been spending the winter. Mrs. Paulsen was eating lunch when stricken.
Final rites were conducted Monday morning for Mrs. William J. Paulsen, nee Louise M. Magnussen, July 24, 1861. The Eastern Star, of which deceased had been a member, conducted a service at the Masonic Temple and another services was held at St. Boniface Church, the Rev. A. E. Pflaum officiating.
Interment was in Hillside cemetery, the following acting as pallbearers; William Aebischer, Otto Bechlem, Howard Schucht, William Stauss, Theo. Stuedel and Henry Weeks.
Mrs. Paulsen, Nee Louise Magnussen, was born in Fond du Lac in 1861, and was married about 55 years ago to William paulsen, the couple locating in Chilton.
Survivors include an adopted daughter, Vilma; a brother, William Magnussen, Fond du Lac; and a sister, Mrs. J. E. Johann, Milwaukee.
Mrs. Paulsen was the first worthy matron of the Chilton chapter, O.E.S., was active in church work at St. Boniface, and a member of St. Margaret's Guild, of which she served as president for many years. She was also an active member of the German Ladies' Aid society and a member of the Woman's club of this city.
Chilton Times - March 2, 1939
Theodore V Magnussen (1827 - 1881)
William J Paulsen (1861 - 1927)
Anna W Magnussen (1853 - 1932)*
Louise Magnussen Paulsen (1861 - 1939)
Alvina C. Magnussen Lange (1863 - 1935)*
Created by: Rose Mohnsam
Record added: Feb 18, 2011
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