1920: June 9th - Appleton Post - Crescent - Appleton, WI.
Mr. J. K. Perkins,
45 years old, a resident in Grand Chute, WI until about eight years ago,
died Sunday at his home in Canandaigua, N. Y.. His sister, Mrs. Dayton
Rounds of Milwaukee, WI and a brother E. A. Perkins
of Appleton, WI were with him when he died. Other survivors are two
brothers, J. A. Perkins of Spooner, WI and
Z. M. Perkins of New York.
1921: Jan 17th - Appleton Post-Crescent - Appleton, WI.
Mrs. Thomas Pirner
died, she is survived by three daughters and two sons; Mrs. Henry Wojahn,
Mrs. Ted Perkins of Spooner, WI, Mrs.
Theodore Buss, Edward and George Pirner. She is also survived by five
brothers and one sister, Leonard, John, Jonnie, Andrew, George Wolf, and
Mrs. Julia Wurger. She was born in Germany and came to this country in
1874. *See article below
1921: April 1st - Appleton Post-Crescent - Appleton, WI.
Mr. Thomas Pirner,
85, died. He was born in Germany. Lived in Appleton, WI since 1874. He is
survived by five children, Mrs. Theodore Buss, Edward and George Pirner,
Mrs. Henry Woyjan and Mrs. Jet Perkins,
Spencer, WI. His wife died 11 weeks ago.
1923: April 1st - Appleton Post-Crescent - Appleton, WI.
Mr. William L. Krueger, 77, died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Perkins. He was
born in Germany and came to this country at the age of seven. He is
survived by four children, William Krueger os country at the age of seven. He is
survived by four children, William Krueger of Appleton, WI; Mrs. Emma
Rehfeldt of Spokane, WA; Mrs. Mary Perkins
and Mrs. Anna Doerfier of Appleton, WI. One sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Roher
of Oklahoma; three brothers, Henry, Herman and John Krueger of Stevens