Green County

Albany, Green County Wisconsin Vindicator
pub. Thursday, Nov. 23, 1899
Contributed by Christine M. Spencer

Julia White O’CONNOR
Julia White O’Connor was born at Annamoe, County Wicklow, Ireland, in 1829; came to America when she was quite young and lived in Amsterdam, NY with her sister, Mrs. Mouks.  Then they came west to Fitchburg, Dane Co., Wisc., where she lived until she was married to Patrick O’Connor Oct. 31, 1864.  four years were spent at Albany, then she moved on the farm, where she died Oct. 30, 1890.  A husband and two daughters are left to mourn their loss.
Note:  A poem follows which is not reproduced here.

Monroe Times
publication date:  Mon 12 Dec 1988
Contributed by Cathy Kubly

Obit of Clarence G. OTT [excerpts]
Clarence G. OTT, 82, 1523 Bruner St, Rockford [IL], died Sat [10 Dec 1988] in Rockford.  Born 26 July 1906 in Clarno Twp, Green Co [WI], he was the son of George  C. & Lena (SPLINTER) OTT.  He married the former Hazel L. HARE 9 June 1928 in Rockford.  Formerly of Monroe, Mr OTT lived in Rockford for 63 yrs and was the owner-operator of the OTT Trucking  Co, an auto transport firm, for 36 yrs.  He was a former member of the Rockford Germania Club.  Survivors
include his wife, Hazel, two daughters, Dorothy Jean MONTALBANO of Scottsdale AZ, and Betty L. HAWKINS of Glen Ellyn IL, a sister, Edna KUBLY of Monroe, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  He was preceded in death
by his parents and a brother, Leonard.  Graveside services...Thurs [15 Dec 1988] at Greenwood Cemetery, Monroe, with the Rev Ralph FAISST of St John's United Church of Christ officiating...