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 - DPEEEE, Wis., May 18.—Peter Dem- oroc, an aged...
DPEEEE, Wis., May 18.—Peter Dem- oroc, an aged resident of this city, was buried here to-.lay. His life covers the period from before Washington's inauguration inauguration up to three days ago, lacking about a month of being 104 years. He was born at St. Johns, Canada, in June, 1787. He came to Depere 37 years ago. He was married twice, and had six children by bis first wife, five of whom are living and married. The other, with bis entire family, was swept away in the memorable Peshtigo fire of 1871. He was married at the age of 25. His youngest child is 54 years old, Twenty-four grand-children and 33great grand-children help to make up the family. He retained all his faculties until quite recently. Vp to three years ago he had never ridden on a railroad. NEEXAH, Wis., May IS.—John Lynger- feltou. a Wisconsin pioneer aged 78 years, died here to-day of general debility. debility. He was the father of Mrs. John Roberts, of this city. OCONT'O, Wis., May 18.—Edward Solway, Solway, a young man who has resided in this city many years, died last night of consumption. The deceased was 27 years old. STEVE.VS POINT. Wis., May 18.—O. H. Lamoreaux, one of the best known men in Portage County, and a brother of Judge Lamoreaux, of Mayville, died at his home in Plover at noon to-day, of paralysis, after a long

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  1. The Weekly Wisconsin,
  2. 23 May 1891, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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