Person:Maud Scofield (1)

  • F.  Oliver Scofield (add)
  • M.  Eunice Way (add)
  1. Maud Scofield1876 - 1965
m. 1 Nov 1894
  1. Guy S. Hill1901 - 1998
  2. Eunice Hill1905 - 1974
  3. Gerald C. Hill1911 - 1990
  4. Maud E. Hill1918 - 2008
Facts and Events
Name Maud Scofield
Gender Female
Birth[1] 22 Jun 1876 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Marriage 1 Nov 1894 to Charles William Hill
Death[1] 30 Apr 1965 Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Milton and Milton Junction Courier
    p. 13, May 6, 1965.

    Funeral services for Mrs. Charles W. Hill, 88, Milton Junction, were held at 3 p.m. Monday, May 3, in the Albrecht Funeral Home. the Rev. Alvin Briggs, pastor of the Milton Junction Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in the Milton Junction Cemetery with Warren Hill Jr., Harry Hill, Wayne Cookson, Charles Hill, Raymond Brown and Gene Hill, all grandsons, as pallbearers.
    Mrs. Hill, a Milton Junction resident since 1917, died at 3 p.m. Friday, April 30, in the Rock County Hospital, Janesville, where she had been a patient for the past two years.
    The former Maud Scofield was born in Chicago on June 22, 1876. She was the eldest of nine children born to Oliver and Eunice Way Scofield, all of whom she survived.
    She moved with her family to Eagle, Wis. in 1881 where she was married to Charles William Hill on Nov. 1, 1894 at the home of her parents. They lived in Eagle until 1899 when they moved to Price County, Wis. In 1904, after residing in Roscoe, Ill. for four years, they came to Milton Junction in 1908. From 1913 to 1917 the family lived in Antioch, Ill., and then returned to Milton Junction where she had resided until 1961.
    Mrs. Hill was predeceased by her husband, who died October 7, 1958, and two children who died in infancy.
    Surviving are four sons: Warren of Genoa City, Guy of Chetek, Neal of Whitewater, and Gerald of Milton; three daughters: Mrs. Adrian Cookson and Mrs. Carliss Griffith, both of Janesville, and Mrs. Emil Fuchs of Milton Junction; 24 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.