Thursday, March 26, 2009

Obituary: William T. Ogle

From Unidentified Newspaper Obituaries
Former Citizen Dies
  Mrs. Robt Ward was in receipt of a telegram last week bearing the message that her brother Wm. Ogle had passed away at his home at Kalispell Mont after a prolonged illness.
  Mr. Ogle was born on a farm west of Dawn 65 years ago last January.
  For a number of years he was an employee of the St. Paul, Milwaukee and Chicago Rail Road at Jerome, Ia., where he was married to Miss Emma Hagan.
  Mr. Ogle was very patient throughout his long suffering and expressed his readiness to meet his Redeemer.
  He leaves to mourn his passing the wife Mrs. Emma Ogle, three sisters Mrs. Robt. Ward, Dawn, Mo., Mrs. Etta Chopple, White Bluff, Wash., Mrs. Sam Chopple, Leavenworth, Kans., and a host of friends.
Services Held Yesterday for William T. Ogle
  Funeral services for William T. Ogle were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church, by Rev. C. E. Bartlett, in the presence of a large concourse of friends.  Many beautiful flowers expressed sympathy and esteem.  Mrs. W. E. Beaman, Mrs. Roe and Mr. Blachley sang several hymns, accompanied by Thomas Sanford at the organ.
  The bearers were S. N. Landoc, Dan Eisenman, Al Branson, O. E. Scott, M. J. Driscoll and H. Herbkersman, all employees of the Kalispell Lumber company, for which Mr. Ogle had worked the past 15 years.
  Interment was made in Conrad Memorial cemetery under the direction of Waggener and Campbell.
  Mr. Ogle was born January 31, 1862, in Livingston county, Missouri, and died at his home in Kalispell September 23, at the age of 65 years.  He was married to Miss Emma Hagan August 2, 1900, later coming to Montana, and settling in Kalispell in 1909.  He had lived here since that time. He is survived by his widow and three sisters, Mrs.; Ettie Chappell of Whitebluff, Washington, Mrs. Alice Ward of Dawn, Missouri, and Mrs. Mame Chappel of Ft. Cook, Nebraska.

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