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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 7 January 1937
Obituary of  JAMES FENCL
James FENCL was born Apr 14, 1862 at Ledinie, Austria and died Thursday, Jan 7, 1937 after a long illness. He was seventy four years, eight months and twenty-four days.

When he was eight years old, he came to America with his parents and resided in Baltimore, MD for a
number of years. He moved from there to a farm at Table Rock, NE where he grew to manhood.

He was united in marriage to Lizzie KUBICK. They
lived on a farm northwest of Morrowville for thirty-fours years. Six children were born: Frank of Waverly, NE; Rudolph of Lincoln, NE; James and Bohman of Morrowville; Mrs. John MATHY of Mahaska and Mrs. Arthur DECKER of Endicott, NE.

Mr. FENCL is survived by his children, two brothers, and one sister, Frank, Joe and Mrs. Mary SOCER, all of Table Rock, NE.

Funeral services were held at the Morrowville
Methodist Episcopal church Saturday afternoon with the pastor J.W. TWEED in charge.

Mrs. Everette BEEMAN, Mrs. Kermit HUYCK and H.H. DILLER and Duaine DILLER sang. Mrs. Vern DARBY played the piano. Burial was made in the Morrowville Cemetery.

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines


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