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Mazomanie Sickle November 26, 1920

Samuel Coldwell died Monday, November 6, 1920, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William Noonan. He has been in failing health for several years. He was born in Sheffield, England, on September 24, 1835. With his parents, brothers, and sisters, he sailed for America, landing at New Orleans November 6, 1849, going from there by steam boat to St. Louis where the family remained a year. They then moved to Vermont Township, Wisconsin, where they settled on a farm. During the Civil War he enlisted September 2, 1864, in the First Regiment of Heavy Artillary, Wisconsin Volunteers. He served under Capt. Peck until his discharge June 10, 1865, at New Orleans. While a resident of Wisconsin he was a member of the State Legislature, The Assembly in 1881. About 18 years ago Mr. Coldwell and family moved to Humphrey, Nebraska. His wife died June 23, 1919. His brothers and sisters preceded him in death. Survivors are three sons and five daughters: Mrs. Nellie Neilam, Alemna, Kansas; Ralph Coldwell, Sioux City, Iowa; Mrs. Fred Borneman, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; James Coldwell, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mrs. Fred Pfeifer, William, Mrs. Wm Noonan, and Mrs. John Bender of Humphrey, Nebraska. Mrs. Nielan was unable to attend the funeral. Services were held Wednesday with burial in a cemetery near Humphrey, Nebraska.
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Mazomanie Sickle August 8, 1919 Obituary of Amelia (Olmer) Coldwell

Shared by Mary Noonan on May 14, 2021
Mrs. Samuel Coldwell Relatives and friends were grieved and shocked to hear of the death of Mrs. Samuel Coldwell on July 23, 1919. Amelia Olmer was born in Mazomanie, August 1853 and spent her girlhood days here. She married Samuel Coldwell in February 1883. Seven children were born to this union, two died in infancy. Surviving ones are: Mrs. Fred Pfeifer, Will, Mae, and Elsie, all residing at Humphrey, Nebraska; James of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; two step-children Mrs. Fred Borneman, Sioux Falls, SD, and Ralph Coldwell of Sioux City, Iowa. Services were held at St. Francis Catholic Church of Humphrey, Nebraskia, burial in St. Francis Cemetary there. Her husband Samuel Coldwell was a resident of this section many years ago and is an until of M.T. and W.L. Coldwell of Mazomanie. Mr. and Mrs. Sutcliffe of Black Earth, Wisconsin, were among the relatives who attending the funeral.