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rundele obit. - George H. Rundell Palmyra—George H. Rundell,...
George H. Rundell Palmyra—George H. Rundell, 90. a lifelong resident of this vicinity, widely known as an inventor of farm implement devices and a hardware dealer here, died at 2:15 a. m. Saturday. Mr. Rundell was granted at least eight patents patents on his inventions, inventions, including including an "anti- sag" device for screen doors. He was also granted granted patents for a farm drag, a hay rack, a K n o c k d o wn GPO. Rundell milking stool, {nock-down furniture, and a hay- 'ork. The latter invention, finished n 1881, was the first one of its kind. The fork was his most success- 'ul invention. It was manufac- ured by the M. C. Goucher Hay Tool company, Milwaukee. Mr. Rundell was agent for sew- ng machines and for the old .Co- umbia bicycle. A son of James and Mary Rundell Rundell he was born April 8, 1857, in 'almyra, and made his home here until March, 1944, when he was aken to the Jefferson county hospital hospital for care. He was educated n local schools. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Smma Ewins, Hebron, and Mrs. Clara Joliffe, Whitewater, two brothers, Edward and Fred Rundell, Rundell, Palmyra. Services will be at 2 p. m. Tuesday Tuesday in the Smith funeral home. The Rev. Clarence Kelley of the

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette16 Jun 1947, MonPage 5

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)16 Jun 1947, MonPage 5
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