Obituray: The Banner Journal, April 15, 1942.

Robert Heyroth
Robert Heyroth was born in
Germany on July 15, 1870, son of Herman and Augusta Heyroth. He came to America many years ago, and was united in marriage to Lena Faber of Springfield, in Madison , Wisconsin on January 18, 1898. To this union was born five sons: Peter, Leo and Cornelius, who are at home; Raymond, of Madison and Lawrence, of Independence; and two daughters, Mrs. Arnold Theis of Humbird and Eleanor, at home. The family has lived for a number of years on the former Frank Wheaton farm east of town. Mr. Heyroth's health had been failing for more than a year and after all was done that could be done to relieve him of an incurable trouble, he passed away at his home on Saturday April 28, 1942. His funeral service was held at 9 a.m. on Monday ain the Catholic Church, Rev. John Anibas officiating and interment was in the Alma Center Catholic Cemetery. Those who are left to mourn his loss are the wife and five sons and two daughters already named, and two sisters, Mrs. Ana Peterson and Louisa, of Madison; and one brother, Fred, in Madison, who was unable tocome to the funeral as he too is suffering of the same incurable desease. There are 8 grandchildren. Those from away who attended the funeral were George Faber, Sun Praire; Mrs Ana Peterson and son Harry and two grandchildren, Robert and Winifred, and Stanley Hamilton, nephrew, and Jerome Heyroth, a nephew, and wife, of Madison; and a niece, Evelyn Heyroth and her husband John, also of Madison. Mr. Heyroth's familiar figure in oujr midst will be missed by many friends and relatives.
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