1845 - 1885 (40 years)
||Larzelere, George W. [1, 2] |
||1845 [1, 2]
||26 Oct 1885
||Manchester, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA [1, 2]
||Reynolds Corners Cemetery, Manchester, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA [1, 2]
||24 Jan 2012 |
||Foor, Maria, b. 8 Nov 1855, Pennsylvania, USA , d. 15 Aug 1926, Manchester, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA (Age 70 years) |
| ||1. Larzelere, Thurza L., b. Abt 1875, Michigan, USA , d. Unknown|
| ||2. Larzelere, Blanche, b. Abt 1877, Michigan, USA , d. Unknown|
| ||3. Larzelere, Alta E., b. Abt 1891, Michigan, USA , d. Unknown|
| ||4. Larzelere, Charles, b. Abt 1884, Michigan, USA , d. Unknown|
||24 Jan 2012 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
|Married - Abt 1873 - Michigan, USA
|Child - Larzelere, Thurza L. - Abt 1875 - Michigan, USA
|Child - Larzelere, Blanche - Abt 1877 - Michigan, USA
|Child - Larzelere, Charles - Abt 1884 - Michigan, USA
|Died - 26 Oct 1885 - Manchester, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA
|Buried - - Reynolds Corners Cemetery, Manchester, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA
|Child - Larzelere, Alta E. - Abt 1891 - Michigan, USA
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George W. Larzelere
Death: Oct. 26, 1885
Reynolds Corners Cemetery, Manchester, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA
Death Record for GEORGE LARZELERE, Washtenaw County, Michigan 1885, transcribed by Keith Larzelere:
Record No. -- 230
Date of Death -- Oct. 26, 1885
Name -- GEORGE LAZELERE
Sex -- M
Race or Color -- W
Marital Status -- Married
Age -- 44 years, 6 months
Place of Death -- Manchester Twp.
Cause of Death -- Accident
Birthplace -- Mich.
Occupation -- Farmer
Father name and residence -- Unlisted
Mother name and residence -- Unlisted
Date of Record -- June 14, 1886
Transcribed by Keith Larzelere from a copy of the original article in the Manchester (MI) newspaper, Oct. 29, 1885, entitled "A Fatal Fall".
" Monday afternoon Geo. Larzelere, a farmer living about six miles west of the Clinton, was driving home from town, and when about half a mile from the village he fell from his wagon and was so badly injured that he died within a few minutes. The facts, as near as can be learned, are as follows: He had been to the house of his brother-in-law, Chas. Burleson, in Macon, in the forenoon after a load of lumber, which was put into the wagon box, and a spring seat on top of that, which made a rather precarious position to ride on. When near the residence of Belden Mills, he was observed by Mr. Mills and David Brooks, to fall from his wagon. Going to his rescue, they stopped the team, and picked him up. Not considering him seriously hurt, they conveyed him to the barn, which was near by. After laying him down, they concluded from his peculiar breathing that he was more seriously injured than they had anticipated and Mr. Brooks jumped into his buggy and started for a physician. Dr. Tuttle was found and hurried to the scene of accident as rapidly as possible, but before reaching there the unfortunate man had passed away The doctor examined the remains and decided that death was caused by his neck being broken.
Mr. Mills informed us that after falling Mr. Larzelere partially raised on his hands and knees and said "whoa" once, which was the last word spoken by him. It was probably not more than five minutes from the time he struck the ground before death acrued.
The remains were conveyed to his house by Undertaker Hause; the sad news not being broken to his wife until a few minutes before the remains arrived. Mr. Larzelere was about 45 years of age, and leaves a wife and three young children to mourn his death." ---- Clinton Local
Hiram Larzelere (1800 - 1871)
Mary A. Pitcher Larzelere (1814 - 1874)
Maria Foor Larzelere Sackett (1855 - 1926)
Created by: Keith Larzelere
Record added: Sep 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21827260
Headstone picture added by: Keith Larzelere
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