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Obituary, Augusta Memorial Public Library Files:
Died Sunday Feb. 5, 1893, Mr. Louis Bangle, after two years of patient suffering and utter helplessness.
He was born in Massena, New York, Dec. 1, 1823 and married May 9, 1844 to Miss Angeline Caswell. He moved to Dodge Co., WI in 1853, and in 1858 came to Augusta, where he has since resided, until his death.
Having lived here for 30 years of his is knwon by all. Never was there a better husband or kinder father. He was loved by all who knew him and many, at the great day of judgement, will have occasion to rejoice because of his Christian life, strong faith, bright hope and patient waiting. Never did he murmur, because of his lot, but eber spoke of the Lord's will and the Savior's second coming.
About twenty years ago he was converted and untited with the Baptist Church of this city. He leaves a wife and seven daughters, Mrs. Bangle, Mrs. Adams of Fairchild, Mrs. Forsythe, Mrs Horel, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Palmer (Coon Fork), Mrs. Van Etten. Also two sons, Eddie and William Bangle, together with one brother, living in New York State and one sister, Mrs. Parker, Augusta. The bereaved family have the sympathy shown them in their bereavement.
The Church of Augusta, Wisconsin sent the following information, that Louis S. Bangle was received into the church Nov. 24,1867 and membership ceased (died) on Feb. 5, 1893. Angeline Bangle was also received into the church at this time.
The church is located at 307 Brown Street, Augusta, WI 54722
Obituary, Augusta Library:
Mrs. Angeline Bangle
Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Phylenia Forsythe in this city on Sunday, Nov. 8,1908, Mrs. Angeline Bangle, at the age of eighty-seven years, one month and one day.
To all of us must come the solemn moment when we must stand face to face with death, when every event of our lives shall pass before our vision and we catch one true glimpse of ourselves before we pass from this life into the next.
Angeline Caswell was born in Canada, Oct. 7,1821, and in her early girlhood went to Messena, NY, at which place she was married to Mr. Louis Bangle on May 9,1844. In 1853 they moved to Dodge County, Wis., and in 1858 to this city. Unto this union were born eleven children, eight girls and three boys, one boy and two girls having already passed to the great beyond.
Her last sickness was of short duration, being stricken with paralysis about two weeks ago. During her life Mrs. Bangle was a very active person, caring for her husband during his long sickness and ardently performing her duties of life. She was converted and joined the Baptist church about thirty-six years ago. She leaves to mourn her departure, six girls and two boys. They are Mrs. Phylenia Forsythe, Mrs. Miles, William H. and Edward of this city, Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer of Waterloo, Iowa, Mrs. Rose Adams of Minneapolis, Mrs. Alice Van Etten of Bellingham, Wash., and Mars. Jane Horel of Camillus, N.Y. Mr. Bangle died in 1893, leaving her to battle alone.
Funeral services were held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Forsythe on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10, REv. Barber offiating. Interment was in the Augusta cemetery.
The sorrowing relatives have the deep sympathy of the community in their bereavement.
Mrs. A. S. Miles passed away at her home on Hudson Street on Wednesday, July 21,1915 of stoamch cancer.
Sarah Almina Bangle was born in Huntington, Canada on December 6,1850. When a child, her parents moved to Massena, New York and a few years later came to Wisconsin, first living in Dodge County and later Eau Claire County, where she spent the remainder of her life.
On July4,1868, she was married to Charles W. Horel of Augusta, to which union were born three children, two of whom, Charles W. and Frederick A,. survive her.
Her second marriage was to A. S. Miles of this city on November 22,1873. Of this union, one son and three daughters are left to mourn her utimely death. They are Clarence S. Miles of Fargo, North Dakota; Mrs. W.H. Stanley of St. Paul, Minnesota; Mrs. R.W. Lason of Casselton, North Dakota; and J. Zella Miles of Augusta. Besides these are two step-children, Arthur R. Miles of Racine, Wisconsin and Mrs. Bert McCullum of Rice Lake,Wisconsin who shared her love equally with her own children.
She was an interested and earnest worker, a loving, sympathetic mother, and her patience and humility through troubled life and a prolonged illness, is an example of true christianity.
The funeral was held at the home on the North Side Saturday, July 24, at two o'clock p.m.
The sorrowing ones have the sympathy of all in their bereavement.
Wealthy Amelia Bangle died at the home of her mother on the North side on Monday morning, March 20,
Miss Wealthy Amelia Bangle, age 52 years, 3 months and 19 days.
To all of us muct come the solemn moment, when we stand face to face with death; when every event of our life shall pass before our vision, and we catch one true glimpse of our true selves before we pass from this life into the next. The blessedness of heaven may be ours in that moment if our life has been lived for God.
Wealthy Amelia Bangle was born in St. Lawrence County, New York, November 30,1858. When but a child of two years her parents came west, sttling at Oak Grove, Wisconsin, and from there moved to Augusta in 1858. They were among the pioneers in this part of Eau Claire County. Her father died 11 years ago, her mother still living at the good old age of 84 years. Six sisters and two brothers survive her. She had never been a strong girl and needed much care and attention. Her last sickness dated back about six weeks. She did not appear to suffer much at any period of it. The end came on Monday morning and Wealthy Bangle had crossed the bounds which separate us form the unseen.
We sympathize with the bereaved ones in their sorrow.
The funeral service was held in the home on Tuesday afternoon March 21, Rev. A.J. Coram officiating. Internment in the Augusta cemetery.
William Henry Bangle, 83, was born in Huntington, Ontario, Canada, April 6, 1857, and died at the Odd Fellows Home in Green Bay Feb. 15, 1940. While still an infant he came with his parents to Dodge County, Wis., later coming to Eau Claire County. They settled first in Bridge Creek, just north of old city park. Sept. 14, 1882, he was married to Rose Palmer and to them three children were born, a daughter, Gladys, dying soon after her marriage to Myron Terry. Mrs. Bangle died on Feb. 8, just a week previous to that of her husband. Mr. Bangle held several positions of trust during his life time. He was a member of the county board several terms, road patrolman for 8 years, street commissioner in Augusta and bridge inspector for Eau Claire County. In 1893 he became a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge and in 1930 he and his wife took up their residence at the home in Green Bay where they lived until their deaths. For several years they were the oldest married couple at the home. He is survived by his sons Clifford of Gillby, N.D. and Kyle, of Green Bay; two sisters, Mrs. Wm. Palmer, Waterloo, Ia. and Mrs. Simon Van Etten, Bellingham, Wash. Funeral services were held at the Hatche Funneral Home Tuesday, Feb. 20, conducted by the Rev. J. T. Agema and the I.O.O.F. lodge. Interment was in the East Side cemetery.