Husband: Frank Kline, Klahn (1 2)
Born: 23 Jun 1883 in Loyal, Clark, WI (3)
Married: 20 Jul 1905 in Greenwood, Clark, WI (10 11 12)
Died: Oct 1969 in Greenbush, Sheboygan, WI (4)
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Wife: Margarert Tynan (5 6 7 8)
Born: 25 Jun 1882
Died: 02 Dec 1945 in Beaver, Clark, Wisconsin (9)
Father: John Lester Tynan, Jr
Mother: Sabrina Sandalinie Pierce
Spouses:
Children
01 (?): Living
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Died:
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Additional Information

Frank Kline, Klahn:

Notes:



Frank was the son of Charlie Klahn and Minnie Blade Klahn of Loyal, WI.

Marriage Notes

marriage by J.O. Hill of Loyal officiated. M.E. ritual ceremony.





Footnotes
  1. Kline Tynan Marriage announcement (Loyal Tribune; Loyal,Wisconsin; 27 July 1905).
  2. Maggie Tynan and Frank Klahn marriage record, Vol 3, #26.
  3. Social Security Death Index.

    [date only from this source]

  4. Ibid.
  5. Census, Federal - 1900 - Clark Co., WI Loyal ED #25, Ancestry p. 6.
    (7 Jun 1900)
  6. Maggie Tynan and Frank Klahn marriage record.
  7. Census, Federal - 1900 - Clark Co., WI Loyal ED #25.

    1900 United States Federal Census
    Name: Sabina Tynan [Salina Fynare] [Sabina Tuman]
    Age: 43 Birth Date: May 1857 Birthplace: Wisconsin
    Race: White Gender: Female Relationship to head-of-house: Wife
    Father's Birthplace: Vermont Mother's Birthplace: New York
    Mother: number of living children: 6 Mother: How many children: 7
    Spouse's name: John Tynan Marriage Year: 1874 Years Married: 26
    Home in 1900: Loyal, Clark, Wisconsin
    John Tynan 48 MI-Can-Irel May 1852 m. 26 yrs (1874)
    Sabina Tynan 43 WI-VT-NY May 1857
    Spencer Tynan 21 WI-MI-WI Oct 1878
    Maggie Tynan 17 WI-MI-WI Jun 1882
    Johnnie Tynan 15 WI-MI-WI Oct 1884
    Ora Tynan 5 WI-MI-WI Dec 1894 daughter
    Hashel Tynan 4 WI-MI-WI Jan 1896 son

  8. Census, Wisconsin - 1905.

    1900 United States Federal Census
    Name: Sabina Tynan [Salina Fynare] [Sabina Tuman]
    Age: 43 Birth Date: May 1857 Birthplace: Wisconsin
    Race: White Gender: Female Relationship to head-of-house: Wife
    Father's Birthplace: Vermont Mother's Birthplace: New York
    Mother: number of living children: 6 Mother: How many children: 7
    Spouse's name: John Tynan Marriage Year: 1874 Years Married: 26
    Home in 1900: Loyal, Clark, Wisconsin
    John Tynan 48 MI-Can-Irel May 1852 m. 26 yrs (1874)
    Sabina Tynan 43 WI-VT-NY May 1857
    Spencer Tynan 21 WI-MI-WI Oct 1878
    Maggie Tynan 17 WI-MI-WI Jun 1882
    Johnnie Tynan 15 WI-MI-WI Oct 1884
    Ora Tynan 5 WI-MI-WI Dec 1894 daughter
    Hashel Tynan 4 WI-MI-WI Jan 1896 son

  9. Clark Co., WI Internet Library, ALHN & AHGP website (http://wvls.lib.wi.us/ClarkCounty/clark.htm), Obit: Margaret Kline - The Loyal Tribune 13 Dec 1945.

    Death, the result of a heart attack, came suddenly to Mrs. Frank Kline, 63, at her home on Sunday morning. Dec. 2. Mrs. Kline, the former Margaret Tynan, was born on June 25, 1882, and was married to Frank Kline at Greenwood on July 20, 1905. After their marriage, the Klines lived in the village of Loyal for a few years. The past 34 years their home has been on a farm in the town of Beaver.
    Mrs. Kline is survived by her husband ; two sons, Lawrence of Stevens Point and Larry of Waupaca; five grandchildren; two brothers, Spencer and John Tynan, of Fond du Lac, and one sister, Mrs. Nellie Armitage, of Colorado.
    Funeral services were held at the Ohlrogge funeral home at 10:30 and at the Methodist church at 11 o’clock last Wednesday, with the Rev. Myron E. Taylor officiating. The hymns, “The Old Rugged Cross” and “Beyond the Sunset,” were sung by Mrs. Ray Prior and Mrs. Calvin Prior, with Mrs. Arnold Wickland as accompanist.
    Serving as pallbearers were Reno Herdrich, Theodore Piekola, Ernest Clouse, S. N. Hallowell, Frank Duell and Walter Pieper. The ladies who carried the flowers were Mrs. Piekola, Mrs. Hersrich, Mrs. Pieper, Mrs. Leo Bloom, Mrs. Leon Nelson, Mrs. Royal Castner, Mrs. Frank Pachal and Miss Dorothy Duell.
    Mrs. Kline was a member of Rebekah lodge No. 55 of Withee, and many of the members of that organization and also members of I.O.O.F. lodge No. 79 attended the funeral services. The Rebekah lodge members presented the memorial service for their departed member. During this service Rose Mary Stark sang “God Will Take Care of You” and “Sweet Hour of Prayer.”
    Other members present from the Withee lodge were Clara Zasaba, Ida Mae Stone, Ella Bergen, Marie Rasmussen, Camilla Hansen, Inga Larsen, Emma Schmidt, Emma Colby, Bessie Schanberger and Mildred Teitsch. The members of .O.O.O.F. lodge attending were Ed Stone, John Carter, Jim Hensen, William Picus, A. E. Dickensen, Fred Schmidt, Harold Teitsch and Hirum Bestal.
    Othera from away who attended the funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kline of Srevens Point, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kline of Waupaca, Spencer Tynan of Fond du Lac, Mr. and Mrs. Brarsch of Whitewater, Mr. and Mrs. James Bart and Mrs. Anna Mithchell of Manitowish, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Irvine and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sloniker of Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kline of Lublin, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bakke of Curtiss.
    The Tribune extends to the survivors its sympathy in their loss.

  10. Tynan Kline Wedding (Loyal Tribune; Loyal, Clark, Wisconsin; 27 Jul 1905).
  11. Clark Co., WI Internet Library, ALHN & AHGP website (http://wvls.lib.wi.us/ClarkCounty/clark.htm), obit.
  12. Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark, WI), 27 Jul 1905.

    Maggie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tynan, was married at seven o'clock Thursday evening, July 20, 1905, to Frank Kline, whose people, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline, live just north of Loyal, Clark County. Rev. J. A. Hill tied the nuptial knot, the ceremony being witnessed by nearly eighty relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Spencer Tynan and Ed Haslow, the latter of Spokeville, and Miss Rellie Kline and Winnie Pierce were groomsmen and maids, respectively.

    The bride was dressed in white silk and carried carnations, as did the bridesmaids, who were dressed in white lawnsdale.

    The ceremony was preceded by a wedding supper partaken of by the contracting parties and their immediate families only. Following the pronouncement of the words making the new husband and wife, an informal hour was spent in congratulations, viewing the numerous list of beautiful presents, etc. Later dancing was indulged in, another supper being served around midnight.

    For the present Mr. and Mrs. Kline will make their home with the bride's parents at the farm southeast of Greenwood. Here are best wishes for Mr. and Mrs. Kline.

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