Knowles Walter D. Chicago, Ill. Gregory in Manitowoc County From to in the Bushman House at West Court -they sold the house to William Diem in and moved to Milwaukee -in July Anton was killed and Rose badly injured when their auto was run-over by a streetcar in Milwaukee. Looking at census records, the couple is shown as living in Colorado for a few years two children were born there and living in Milwaukee during the Census. Anton Died in a Milwaukee hospital of injuries received when his car collided with an interurban train in Milwaukee last Thursday.
Bushman, the former Rose Diem of St. Nazianz, who was in the car of her husband at the time of the accident, is in critical condition in a Milwaukee hospital. Rose shortly after. Barth died in Milwaukee but is buried in St. Source: Manitowoc County Genealogy Website. See link above. Morgan Source: co.
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