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Angeline, William, Gabriel, and Prima
Posted by: Inez Moyle Date: September 27, 2000 at 14:27:18
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Angeline graduated from the Aberdeen School of Commerce She was employed by the Equity Creamery at Mellette, S.D.

William married Jane Osborn of Yankton, in July 1942, Mellette, S.D.

William passed away on March 3, 1958 and is buried at Calvary Cemetery, Mellette, S.D.
Jane passed away on Feb.5, 1977 and is buried in Yankton, S.D.

Prima passed away at Mother Joseph Manor in Aberdeen on July 11, 1970. Prima never married but was an angel of Mercy for all family members, friends and neighbors, always willing to lend a helping hand whenever needed.

On June 6, 1916 Gabriel married Rosalie Waldenberger of Midway, Wisconsin. Six children were born to this union. Henry was born April 14, 1917; Marie was born October 24, 1918; Edward was born November 25, 1919; Gilbert, born April 14, 1929 and passed away Aug. 30, 1971. Gena born in 1924 was killed in a farm accident in 1927. Eva born 1923 and passed away in 1925 of pheumonia.

Upon Graduation from veterinarian school in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1918. Emil married Mary VanDyke Gross of Viroqua, Wisconsin, at Sacred Heart Church, Aberdeen, S.D. on Nov. 11, 1919. They farmed near Aberdeen, Mellette, Warner and Stratford. They had 3 children: Catherine, July 3, 1921; Jean, Nov. 6, 1925 and Richard, June 27, 1931. He passed away Feb. 22, 1994.

Anthony married Mary Louise Rossetti on Oct. 30, 1919 in LaCross, Wisconsin. They farmed near Mellette all thier lives. They had 2 children: Rosemary, born Jan 28, 1921, who married Joseph Heber of Zell, in 1942 in Mellette, S.D. John Edward was born Feb. 10, 1927 and married Marlyn Braun of Mellette.

Gabriel Sr. and Mary Francoli, my grandparents, are a fine example of energetic, ambitious and loving foreign born, American citizens, who came to the new world to find a better life and found it by hard work, love and faith.

Thank You to Marie Francoli-Murray

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