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Atkinson, Holt County, Nebraska
October 9, 1925

OBITUARY - MRS. JOSEPHINE PACHA

Josephine MLINAR was born in Klosterle, a suburb of the city of Seuftenberg, of the province of Konig-Gratz, Bohemia, on the 12th day of March,1860, and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs Effie KUBART, on Oct 1, 1925, age 65 years, 6 months and 19 days.

She came to America with her parents when she was 6 years of age. They located near Diagonal,Ringgold Co, Iowa. She was united in marriage to Frank PACHA on the 23rd of Jan,1877. To this union were born 2 daughter and 1 son; Pauline JONES, Adolph PACHA and Effie KUBART.

The deceased is also survived by 7 grandchildren, all residing in Atkinson and vicinity; 5 sisters and 4 brothers, all of whom were at her bedside, except 2 brothers, when she passed away.

They moved to Holt County in 1883, locating on a homestead about 10 miles southwest of Atkinson, moving from there, about 6 years later, to what was known to them as the home place, about 2 miles south.

They spent about 8 years on a KINKAID homestead about 25 miles southwest of Atkinson, then moved back to the home place where they lived until Sept 18,1924. On account of ill health Mrs. PACHA moved to Atkinson, making her home with her daughters, Pauline JONES and Effie KUBART.

Mrs. PACHA was well known in Atkinson and community, a fact that was shown by the friendship and sympathy during the period of illness.

Her health failed rapidly and her suffering was almost unbearable at times, yet she was calm and patient until she was called to her eternal abode.

Funeral services were held at St Joseph's Church Sat, Oct 3,1925. Interment was made in the St Joseph's Cemetery, Atkinson.

Her funeral was one of the largest ever held in Atkinson. Two automobiles were required to carry the floral offerings.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, June of 2010

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