Obit: Walker, Morton Wesley (1882 - 1953)

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Surnames: Walker, Livermore, Flick, Senteck, Durham, Ives, Jordan  

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 19, 1953 

Walker, Morton Wesley (14 August 1882 - 16 February 1953)   

Morton Wesley Walker, 70, Town of Foster, Humbird, died at the Neillsville Memorial Hospital Monday.  Death was attributed to a heart attack. 

The body will repose at the Bergemann Funeral Home until Thursday, when it will be taken to the Methodist Church at Humbird for services at two o’clock. The Rev. Jordan of Eau Claire will officiate. Interment will be in the Fairchild Cemetery.  

Mr. Walker was born August 14, 1882, to David and Emma (Livermore) Walker at Colfax.  When he was a small boy he moved with his family to the Town of Foster, Clark County.  He received his education at Fairchild.  He worked in the woods until he was married to Jessie Flick on May 7, 1907, at Humbird. They have farmed in the vicinity of Fairchild since their marriage. 

He is survived by his wife, 11 children, 33 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.  The children are Ralph Walker  of Eau Claire, Melvin Walker of Humbird, Orville Walker of Eau Claire, Mrs. Albert (Zora) Senteck of Vesper, Berbil Walker of St. Paul, Mrs. Alvin (Charlotte) Durham of Neillsville, Manley Walker of Neillsville, Clifford Walker of Humbird, Mrs. Jerry (missing words) Rapids, Seth Walker of Tribune, Kans., Juanita Walker of Wisconsin Rapids, and the following brothers and sisters: --Charles Walker of White Salmon, Ore.; Theodore Walker, Augusta; George Walker and Cecil Walker both of Altoona; Mrs. Fred Ives of Osseo. 

He was preceded in death by one daughter, Wanda, one brother and one sister.



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