Obit: Noll, Elizabeth (1872 - 1955)

Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Noll, Schue, Kohler, Hainzlsperger, Johannson, Mack, Langreck, Ross, Kenyon, Langman, Schneider, Volm, Schmidt, Fraundorf, Ise, Hatfield, Horle, Foat, Perkis, Marrow, Stiemke, Swanson, Wild, Pursche, Leketas 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 29, 1955 

Noll, Elizabeth (12 September 1872 - 21 September 1955) 

Mrs. Elizabeth Noll, age 83, a resident of Clark County since 1911, died September 21, 1955, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otto Hainzlsperger, 207 W. 15th Street, Neillsville.  Death was attributed to old age complications. 

Funeral services were held Saturday morning from St. Mary’s Catholic Church.  The Rev. Fr. Peter J. Leketas offered the Requiem Mass.  Interment was in the parish cemetery. 

A general rosary service was held Friday evening at the Bergemann Funeral Home, where the body reposed until time of services. 

Mrs. Noll was born September 12, 1872, in Ashford, Fond du Lac County, to Lawrence and Katherine (Schue) Kohler.  She received her education in the schools of Fond du Lac County and in 1889 went to Milwaukee.  There she worked until her marriage to John Henry Noll in July 1893.  They resided in Milwaukee until 1911, when they moved to Clark County and located on a farm west of Neillsville. They moved to Neillsville in 1937.  Mr. Noll died October 13, 1952. 

She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and its Christian Mothers Society, which attended the funeral services in a body. 

She is survived by six sons - Ray of Neillsville, Harry of Phelps, John of Stevens Point, George of Wisconsin Rapids, Frank of Redfield, S. D. and Arnold of Granton; three daughters also survive - Mrs. Otto (Alma) Hainzlsperger of Neillsville, Mrs. John (Stella) Hainzlsperger of Unity, Mrs. Peter (Viola) Johannson of LaFayette, Ind.; 35 grandchildren and 43 great grandchildren.  Other survivors are a brother, Paul Kohler of Campbellsport and a sister, Mrs. Louise Mack of Milwaukee.   

She was preceded in death by her husband, three sisters and seven brothers. 

Mrs. Noll’s six sons served as pallbearers.  They were Harry, John, Frank, Ray, Arnold and George Noll. 

Out of town relatives attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noll, Phelps; Mr. and Mrs. John Hainzlsperger, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. John Noll, Stevens Point. Frank Noll, Redfield, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Noll, Granton, Mrs. Peter Johannson, LaFayette, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. George Noll and family, Wisconsin Rapids; Mrs. Clara Langreck, Mr. and Mrs. William Ross, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kenyon and son, Colby; Shirley and Robert Noll, Stevens Point; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Langman, Appleton; Mr. and Mrs. George Schneider and family, Colby; Mrs. William Volm, William Volm, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Volm, all of Campbellsport; Helen Schmidt, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Noll, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fraundorf, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. William Ise, Port Washington; Mrs. John  Fraundorf, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Noll, Richard Noll, Carl Hatfield, William Noll, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Noll, Miss Elizabeth Horle, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hainzlsperger, all of Milwaukee; Mrs. Violet Foat, Pewaukee; Clyde Perkis and Delbert Marrow, Marshfield; LeRoy Hainzlsperger, Duluth, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stiemke, Tomah; Harry Swanson, La Crosse; Irvin Hainzlsperger, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hainzlsperger, and Raymond Hainzlsperger, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kohler, Campbellsport; Mrs. Gilbert Wild and Mrs. Theresa Noll, Mayville; Mrs. Anne Pursche, William Horle and Dorothy Noll, all of Milwaukee, and Henry Schmidt of Nekoosa. 



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