Person:Eugene Walters (2)

m. 1842
  1. George Frederick Walters1847 - 1919
  2. Eugene A. Walters1848 - 1919
  3. DeEtta L. Walters1850 - 1942
m. 28 Sep 1871
Facts and Events
Name Eugene A. Walters
Gender Male
Birth[1] 28 Apr 1848 Linn, Walworth, Wisconsin, United States
Marriage 28 Sep 1871 to Elizabeth Emma Swinney
Death[1] 22 Apr 1919 Walworth, Walworth, Wisconsin, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder . (New York City, New York; later Plainfield, N. J.)
    87:2:63, July 14, 1919.

    Eugene A. Walters was born in the town of Linn, Walworth County, Wis., April 28, 1848, and passed into eternal rest Tuesday morning, April 22, 1919.
    Mr. Walters was the son of Thomas and Alzina Walters, and was a member of a family of six own brothers and sisters and two half brothers. With the exception of a little more than two years spent at Juneau, Wis., when he was a boy, his entire life has been lived in, or in the vicinity of Walworth.
    September 28, 1871, he took for his bride Miss Elizabeth Emma Swinney, of Walworth, and to this union were born five children, two of whom, Wilbur and Harold, preceded him to their future abode.
    Brother Walters had been almost a helpless invalid for eight years or more, but seldom spoke of his own condition, exemplifying his faith in the Savior by keeping cheerful and greeting his friends with a smile rather than with despondency.
    His devoted wife and daughter, Mabel, who have so tenderly cared for him through all of his illness, one son, Wilfred, of Chico, Cal., a daughter, Maud, who is an invalid, two grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters, in addition to a multitude of friends, are left to look forward to the time of the great reunion.
    Funeral services were conducted from the house on the afternoon of April 24, by C. B. Loofbourrow, pastor of the Seventh Day Baptist Church of Walworth, of which Mr. Walters had long been a faithful member, and interment was made in the Walworth Cemetery. C. B. L.